What is a Visa?
There are two types of visas: immigrant visas which will directly lead to a green card and non-immigrant visas which will not. Nonimmigrant visas comprise every type of visa which does not lead to a green card such as a visitor visa, business visa, or any of the visas listed below:
- (B-1 “Business Visitor”
- E-1 “Trader and Investor”
- E-2 “Investor”
- E-3 “Australian Investors”
- EB-5 “Immigrant Investor”
- H-1B “Specialty Workers”
- H-1C “Registered Nurse”
- H-2B “Temporary Non-Agricultural Workers”
- H-3 “Temporary Trainee”
- J-1 “Exchange Visitor Program”
- L-1 “Intracompany Transferee Executive or Manager”
- O-1 “Individuals With Extraordinary Ability or Achievement”
Our office has worked on many different types of immigrant visas and determining which visa is correct for you requires a consultation. My goal is to provide you with personal service. In order to do so, I need to learn your goals and objectives.
In general, to be eligible to apply for an immigrant visa, a foreign citizen must be sponsored by a U.S. citizen relative(s), U.S. lawful permanent resident, or by a prospective employer, and be the beneficiary of an approved petition filed with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
- More Information About Successful Petitions – Following the approval of a petition, I can assist you with preparing your affidavit of support, the required application documents as well as to prepare you or your loved one for the necessary interview process.In my experience, each client’s case is different, which means a course of action must always be tailored to suit each client’s specific circumstances. Our first phone call is just an opportunity to find out more information about what I can to do to help you develop a plan that will allow you to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family.