NON IMMIGRANT VISAS
Non-immigrant visas are temporary permits for foreign nationals to visit, work, study, or engage in specific activities in a country without intending permanent immigration.
Visitor Visas B-1 (business) and B-2 (tourist)
NAFTA Treaty (TN)
The Trade NAFTA (TN) Visa
Professional Workers (H-1B)
Intra-company Transferees (L-1)
Treaty Traders / Investors (E-1/E-2)
E-1 Treaty Traders
Essential Workers (H-2B)
Temporary Alien Labor to Meet Temporary Needs (H-2B)
Religious Workers (R-1)
To qualify for the issuance of an R-1 visa, the religious institution must be a nonprofit organization; have a branch, office or other presence in the U.S.; and consist of a bona fide and currently operating religious domination. Also, the sponsoring organization should be tax-exempt under U.S. tax laws in accordance with IRC Sec.501(c)(3).
Victims of Crime (U)
What is a U visa?
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