We assist companies and individuals to navigate the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization system
Temporary Work Visa (L-1, H-1B, TN, ETC.)
A non-immigrant visa allows a person to enter the U.S. temporarily for a specific purpose, e.g., attend business meetings, make and direct an investment, attend school, etc.
If you are not a lawful resident of the U. S., but would like to work legally in the U.S., you will need a non-immigrant work visa. US IMMIGRATION LAW GROUP, LLP can review your particular situation to determine whether you qualify for a temporary work visa.
After assessing your background and needs we will recommend the best options to effectively and efficiently achieve your goals.
A brief description of these visa categories is provided for your convenience below:
B-1 / B-2 Visitors
Short term visa available for business or tourism.
E-1 Treaty Traders
For international traders and their employees to carry on business within the U.S. if their country of origin has a commercial treaty with the United States.
E-2 Treaty Investors
For investors who invest a substantial amount of capital in an enterprise in the U.S.
E-3 Australian Visa
For citizens of Australia to work in the U.S. in a specialty occupation.
For full-time students enrolled in a fulltime academic program, plus the possibility of a time extension for practical training in the area of study.
H-1B Specialty Occupation Worker
For professional workers in specialty occupations.
For citizens of Singapore or Chile who work in a specialty occupation.
H-1C Temporary Nurse
For registered nurses working in underserved areas, or health professional shortage areas.
H-3 Company Trainee
For a foreign employee to participate in company training that is not available in the foreign country.
J-1 Exchange Visitors
For individuals who have been accepted as participants in a wide range of work and/or study programs approved by the U.S. Information Agency.
K-1 Fiancée of U.S. Citizen
For the fiancée of a U.S. citizen subject to marriage within ninety days of entering the U.S.
L-1 Intra-Company Transferee
For executives, managerial or specialized employees at a multinational corporation transferring to the U.S. subsidiary, affiliate branch, or parent company.
O-1 Extraordinary Ability
For aliens with extraordinary ability in entertainment, athletics, business or science.
P-1 Athlete / Entertainer
For internationally known athletes, entertainers, and artists.
P-2: Reciprocal Exchange Program
For artists or entertainers who will be working in the United States under a program between an organization in the United States and an organization in one or more foreign states, which and provide for the temporary exchange of artists or entertainers.
P-3: Culturally Unique Program
For individuals or groups 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.
R-1 Religious Visa
For minister or religious workers coming to perform a religious occupation or vocation
TN Canadian or Mexican Professional
For Canadian and Mexican professionals listed under NAFTA.
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