Washington DC Immigration Visa Law Firm
Our firn is available help breakdown the world of visas and explain which one best suits your needs. We will analyze your case and be with you every step of the way during the application process.
The visa application is presented at the United States embassy or consulate in your home country. If your application is approved, your visa is then included within your passport and it permits you to enter the United States.
With your visa, you can lawfully enter the country and then you must maintain legal status while in the United States. This allows you to remain legally in the United States until the expiration date of your visa as shown on your I-94.
These temporary visas are designed for either business, investment, education or tourism. You must leave the United States at the expiration of this type of visa (unless you have applied for a green card).
B-1/B-2—Tourists / Business
E-1—International Trade Employees
E-3—Australian Professional Employees
K-1—Fiancé of United States citizen
O-1—Persons of Extraordinary Abilities
P-1—Athletes and Entertainers
TN—Canadian and Mexican Professional Workers
- E-1 Treaty Trader
- E-2 Treaty Investor
- E-3 Specialty Occupation
- H-1B Specialty Occupations
- H-2A Temporary Agricultural
- H-2B Temporary Non-Agricultural
- H-3 Trainee
- I Visa Foreign Media
- L-1A Intracompany Transferee
- L-1B Intracompany Transferee
- O-1 Extraordinary Ability
- P-1A Athletic Performance
- P-1B Entertainment
- P-2 Reciprocal Exchange Program
- P-3 Artist Visa
- Q Cultural Exchange
- R-1 Religious Workers
- TN NAFTA Professional
- EB-1A Extraordinary Ability
- EB-1B Outstanding Professor
- EB-1C Multinational Manager or Executive
- EB-2 National Interest Waiver
- EB-3 Visas
- EB-4 Special Immigrants
- EB-5 Investor Visa
This type of visa allows you to lawfully enter the United States for legal permanent residency (green card). Immigrant visas are either employment-based or family-based.
EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRANT VISA
EB-1—Priority Workers such as those with extraordinary ability; multinational executives
EB-2—Advanced Degree Workers; National Interest Waivers
EB-3—Skilled and Unskilled Workers
EB-4—Special Immigrants (Religious, Battered Spouses)
FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRANT VISA
FB-1—unmarried/adult children of a United States citizen.
FB-2—spouses of lawful permanent residents, their unmarried children; unmarried children of lawful permanent residents.
FB-3—married children of a United States citizen.
FB-4—siblings of adult United States citizen
Regardless of your immigration concern, you can count on our experience and dedication.
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