Immigration Law

H-2A

The nonimmigrant visa allowing U.S. employers or U.S. agents who meet specific regulatory requirements to bring foreign nationals to the United States to fill temporary agricultural jobs.

H-2B

The nonimmigrant visa allowing U.S. employers or U.S. agents who meet specific regulatory requirements to bring foreign nationals to the United States to fill temporary nonagricultural jobs.

H-3

The nonimmigrant visa for temporary internship/trainee in the U.S. for improving the foreign national’s skills for the further applying of it outside the U.S.

H-4

H-4 Visa is a subtype of H visa which is suitable for H visa holders. H-4 Visa applicants must take into consideration some important facts about peculiarities of this type of visa. This visa is dedicated to the spouse and children under 21 years old of H visa holder.

J-1

The j-1 visa special for train young professionals from 18 to 35 years skills that they cannot obtain in their country. Applicants can work, receive payment for their work and to remain in the United States 6, 12, or 18 months.

O-1A

O-1 is a nonimmigrant visa for the individuals who have extraordinary abilities in different spheres such as sciences, arts, education, business, athletics or television industry and motion picture.

O-1B

O-1B Visa is a type of visa which is related to having extraordinary abilities in the entertainment industry, if to be more precise, it’s the category of Arts and Motion Pictures. There must be at least three of the following criteria.

P-1

The nonimmigrant visa provided to athlete/team (P-1A) or entertainment group (P-1B) for temporary job in the U.S. A foreign national must be coming to the United States.

P-2

The type of visa provided to individual performers or part of a group entering to perform under the Reciprocal Exchange Program. This program sponsored by U.S. government.

P-3

A type of visa provided to foreign nationals who is coming temporarily to perform, teach or coach as artists or entertainers, individually or as part of a group, under a program that is culturally unique.

Q-1

The Q-1 visa is for participants in international exchange programs in the framework of cultural-historical relations between States.

R-1

R-1 Visa is a temporary religious workers visa, which allow foreign national to be employed by a non-profit religious organization in the United States.

Immigrant visa

I-130

To promote family unity, immigration law allows citizen or permanent residents of the United States (green card holders) to petition for certain eligible relatives to come and live permanently in the United States.

I-360

Green Card through Wava (I-360) is designed for battered spouse who wants to file an immigrant visa petition to get green card.

K-1

A United States citizen may petition to bring his fiancée (K-1) and that person’s children to the United States for marriage. he K-1 visa is for the fiancée of a U.S. citizen.

K-2

You can bring your fiancée’s child (under 21 and unmarried) to the U.S. The child’s name must be included in the submitted petition.

K-3

The K-3 nonimmigrant visa is for the foreign-citizen spouse of a United States citizen.

K-4

K-4 visa for a child of a K-3 nonimmigrant visa applicant may be eligible for a K-4 visa if he is unmarried and is under 21.

Political asylum

Political Asylum does not necessarily mean a political opinion in order to be a protected opinion.

U

U visa which is set aside for victims of crimes (and their immediate family members) who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse and are willing to assist law enforcement and government officials in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity.

Non-immigrant visa

F-1

F-1 visa for students which planning to attend university or college, high school, private elementary school, seminary, conservatory.

H-1B

H-1B Visa is one of the most common and highly sought after U.S. work visas. Every year 85 000 new H-1B Visa are available.

H-2A

The nonimmigrant visa allowing U.S. employers or U.S. agents who meet specific regulatory requirements to bring foreign nationals to the United States to fill temporary agricultural jobs.

H-2B

The nonimmigrant visa allowing U.S. employers or U.S. agents who meet specific regulatory requirements to bring foreign nationals to the United States to fill temporary nonagricultural jobs.

H-3

The nonimmigrant visa for temporary internship/trainee in the U.S. for improving the foreign national’s skills for the further applying of it outside the U.S.

H-4

H-4 Visa is a subtype of H visa which is suitable for H visa holders. H-4 Visa applicants must take into consideration some important facts about peculiarities of this type of visa. This visa is dedicated to the spouse and children under 21 years old of H visa holder.

J-1

The j-1 visa special for train young professionals from 18 to 35 years skills that they cannot obtain in their country. Applicants can work, receive payment for their work and to remain in the United States 6, 12, or 18 months.

O-1A

O-1 is a nonimmigrant visa for the individuals who have extraordinary abilities in different spheres such as sciences, arts, education, business, athletics or television industry and motion picture.

O-1B

O-1B Visa is a type of visa which is related to having extraordinary abilities in the entertainment industry, if to be more precise, it’s the category of Arts and Motion Pictures. There must be at least three of the following criteria.

P-1

The nonimmigrant visa provided to athlete/team (P-1A) or entertainment group (P-1B) for temporary job in the U.S. A foreign national must be coming to the United States.

P-2

The type of visa provided to individual performers or part of a group entering to perform under the Reciprocal Exchange Program. This program sponsored by U.S. government.

P-3

A type of visa provided to foreign nationals who is coming temporarily to perform, teach or coach as artists or entertainers, individually or as part of a group, under a program that is culturally unique.

Q-1

The Q-1 visa is for participants in international exchange programs in the framework of cultural-historical relations between States.

R-1

R-1 Visa is a temporary religious workers visa, which allow foreign national to be employed by a non-profit religious organization in the United States.

Immigrant visa

I-130

To promote family unity, immigration law allows citizen or permanent residents of the United States (green card holders) to petition for certain eligible relatives to come and live permanently in the United States.

I-360

Green Card through Wava (I-360) is designed for battered spouse who wants to file an immigrant visa petition to get green card.

K-1

A United States citizen may petition to bring his fiancée (K-1) and that person’s children to the United States for marriage. he K-1 visa is for the fiancée of a U.S. citizen

K-2

You can bring your fiancée’s child (under 21 and unmarried) to the U.S. The child’s name must be included in the submitted petition.

K-3

The K-3 nonimmigrant visa is for the foreign-citizen spouse of a United States citizen.

K-4

K-4 visa for a child of a K-3 nonimmigrant visa applicant may be eligible for a K-4 visa if he is unmarried and is under 21.

Political asylum

Political Asylum does not necessarily mean a political opinion in order to be a protected opinion.

U

U visa which is set aside for victims of crimes (and their immediate family members) who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse and are willing to assist law enforcement and government officials in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity.

Non-immigrant visa

F-1

F-1 visa for students which planning to attend university or college, high school, private elementary school, seminary, conservatory.

H-1B

H-1B Visa is one of the most common and highly sought after U.S. work visas. Every year 85 000 new H-1B Visa are available.