Non-immigrant visas authorize a non-citizen to stay in the U.S. for a limited period of time with a specific purpose. Foreign nationals who wish to enter the U.S. must in most instances obtain a visa.
Non-immigrant visas are divided into many categories, which are given letter designations. The categories are:
- A. Career diplomats;
- B. Temporary visitors for business and pleasure;
- C. Aliens in transit;
- D. Crewmembers;
- E. Treaty traders and investors;
- F. Students;
- G. International organization representatives
- H. Temporary workers
- I. Foreign media representatives
- M. Students in non-academic institutions
- N. Parents and children of special immigrants
- O. Aliens with extraordinary abilities
- P. Entertainers
- Q. Cultural exchange program participants
- R. Religious workers
- TN: NAFTA professionals
The assistance of a competent attorney can help simplify the process for an individual or an employer and can enhance the chance that the visa application process will be successful. Meeting with legal counsel early can make the difference in your claim.
The office of Guirguis Law provides clients of all needs equal representation, equal respect and equal effort. We believe in providing clients effective legal assistance to achieve their goals. Whether you are seeking asylum in the U.S., looking to extend your opportunity for work or education or want to become a permanent citizen, our immigration attorney works with you to reach your goals. We help you fill out and file necessary paperwork, petition the courts and understand the process along with providing representation in hearings and court proceedings.
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