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Non-Immigrant Visas (Temporary)

These visas allow to the foreign national temporary admission to invest, work, train or reside in the United States. Each visa has its own specific requirements, benefits, restrictions, and period of time. Some examples are listed below:

A-1 ​
Foreign government officials.
B-1/B-2
Visitors for business/pleasure.
​C-1
Alien in transit.
D-1
Crewmember departing on same vessel or arrival.
E-1/E-2/E-3
Treaty trader/investor
F-1
Student visa to study at a particular institution.
G-1
Representative of recognized foreign government (Int. Org.)
H-1B
Visa for professional skilled workers/fashion model/nurses.
H-2A/H-2B
Agricultural workers/unskilled workers (temporary/seasonal).
I
Representative of foreign information media/journalists
J-1
Exchange visitor visa
K-1/K-3/K-4
Fiancé (e) of U.S. citizen/spouse/children of U.S. citizens
L-1A/L-1B
Executives/managers/specialized knowledge personnel
M
Vocational student or non-academic student
N-8/N-9
Parent of an alien classified SK-3
NATO-1
Representative of member state to NATO
O-1A
Individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts, business, sciences, education or athletics
O-1B
Individuals with extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry.
P-1
Artists, athletes, and entertainment groups/support personnel
Q
Visa for cultural exchange programs
R-1
Visa for Religious workers
S-5/S-6
Aliens supplying critical information relating to criminal organization/terrorism
T-1
Victim of severe form of human trafficking
TN
Visa for Canadians and Mexicans professionals under NAFTA
U
Victim of certain criminal activity (mental or physical abuse).
V
Spouse/child of an LPR (family-based petition)
At MTZ Law Group “Your Immigration Status Matters to Us” and we would be very pleased to assist you with any type of process you might need or visa you are seeking to obtain.