E-2 Visa for Treaty Investors
An E-2 visa is a temporary work visa for treaty investors and certain employees of qualifying organizations to come to the U.S. to invest capital in a U.S. business. A substantial investment of funds and/or assets must be made with the intent of generating a profit and ensuring successful operation of the business. An E-2 visa is only available to nationals of countries with which the United States maintains a treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation or similar arrangement.
E-1 Visa for Treaty Traders
An E-1 visa is a temporary work visa for treaty traders and certain employees of qualifying organizations to come to the U.S. to engage in international trade. Typical types of trade include that of goods, services, banking, insurance, tourism, transport and technology.
J-1 Visa For Secondary School Students
A J-1 visa is a temporary student visa that allows foreign secondary school students to study in the U.S. while living with an American host family or boarding school through an accredited sponsoring organization.
J-1 Visa for University Students
A J-1 visa is a temporary student visa that allows foreign post-secondary students to study in the US through an approved, government-sponsored exchange program. Students on a J-1 visa may undertake study of a degree until completion, non-degree programs or an internship that will provide credit for a degree course in their home country.
M-1 Visa for Vocational Students
An M-1 visa is a temporary student visa that allows international students to attend an accredited vocational or non-academic school, such as a trade school or practical training school.
F-1 Visa for Academic Students
An F-1 visa is a temporary student visa that allows international students to study full-time at an accredited high school, college, university, or other academic institution. International students wishing to participate in an English language course in the U.S. may also be eligible for an F-1 visa.
J-1 Visa for Teachers
A J-1 visa is a temporary exchange visa that allows teachers to teach full-time in accredited primary and secondary schools across the U.S. for up to three (3) years.
J-1 Visas for Summer Work Travel
A J-1 visa is a temporary exchange visa that provides foreign post-secondary students the opportunity to travel and work in the U.S. during their summer vacation through an approved program sponsor.
J-1 Visa for Specialists
A J-1 visa is a temporary exchange visa that entitles experts in a field to observe, consult or demonstrate their specialist skills with their counterparts in the U.S. Typically this visa is used by experts and specialists to exchange ideas with and assist government agencies, scientific institutions, museums and other organizations.
J-1 Visas for Short-term Scholars
A J-1 visa for Short-Term Scholars is a temporary exchange visitor visa that allows foreign professors and research scholars to lecture, observe, consult or demonstrate at accredited academic institutions, research facilities, museums, libraries and similar institutions in the U.S.
J-1 Visa for Research Scholars
A J-1 visa for Research Scholars is a temporary exchange visitor visa that permits research scholars to conduct research, observe or consult with a research project at an accredited academic institution, research facility, museum, library or similar institution in the U.S.
J-1 Visas for Professors
A J-1 visa for Professors is a temporary exchange visitor visa that provides professors the opportunity to teach, lecture or conduct at accredited academic institutions, museums or libraries in the U.S.
J-1 Visas for Camp Counselors
A J-1 visa for Camp Counselors is a temporary exchange visitor visa that allows post-secondary students and youth workers to participate in a youth summer camp program in the U.S.
J-1 Visas for Au Pairs
A J-1 visa for Au Pairs is a temporary exchange visitor visa that provides young foreigners the opportunity to study and provide child care services for an American host family through a certified Au Pair program.
J-1 Visas for Trainees
A J-1 visa is a temporary exchange visa that entitles professionals to undertake training in their chosen occupation with a sponsoring organization in the U.S. Applicants must be accepted to participate in an approved training program with a sponsoring organization.
J-1 Visa for Physicians
A J-1 visa is a temporary exchange visa for physicians that have been accepted to undertake medical education or training at an accredited medical school, hospital or scientific institution in the U.S.
J-1 Visa for Interns
A J-1 visa for interns is a temporary exchange visa that permits foreign post-secondary students and recent graduates to participate in an internship with a U.S. organization. This category is not for those who are seeking employment opportunities as many people tend to make this mistake. This visa covers only internship in a U.S. organization.
H-3 Visa for Trainees
An H-3 visa is a short-term visa for foreign individuals to embark on job-related training in the U.S. that is not available in their home country. The kind of training provided in this category does not cover graduate medical education or for the purpose of providing employment.
Post-secondary students and recent graduates wishing to undertake graduate or medical education in the U.S. may be eligible to apply for a J-1 visa as an Intern or Physician and other professionals may be eligible for a J-1 visa as a Trainee.
Siblings of U.S. Citizen (F-4) Green Card Category
The Sibling of US Citizen category enables US citizens to sponsor their sister, brother, half-sister, half-brother, stepsister, stepbrother or adopted brother or sister living abroad or already residing in the United States to live and work in the US on a permanent basis.
Spouse or Child of US Permanent Resident (F2) Green Card Category
The Spouse or Child of U.S. Permanent Resident Green Card category enables lawful permanent residents of the United States to sponsor their foreign spouses and children to live and work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. In addition, the unmarried children under 21 years of age of the spouse, and the unmarried children of the U.S. lawful permanent resident and the unmarried children under 21 years of age of the lawful permanent resident’s children may apply for U.S. permanent residence as well. Around 88,000 immigrant visas are allowed to be given out each year to the spouses and unmarried children under 21 years of age of green card holders. But only around 26,000 visas per year can go to their unmarried children over 21 years of age. The law places no time limits on processing the applications. The current waiting period for a spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 is a little less than two years. This is the lowest wait time in this category in recent history. Children over 21 should, however, should be prepared to wait longer for their immigrant visas. The green card–holding parent or spouse may be able to hurry the process along by becoming a U.S. citizen. Whichever your case is, Migration experts can help you with the processing of immigration to the U.S.
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