Temporary Visitors Visas:


Issued to a foreign business visitors entering the United States to engage in a business activity incidental to overseas employment; or entering the United States as tourists for leisure.

Investor / Traders Visas:


Issued to foreign business owners, managers, or employees who need to remain in the United States to oversee a substantial investments or work in an enterprise engaged in substantial trade between this country and foreign state.

Temporary Workers Visas:


Issued to foreign nationals who are members of the professions; and to skilled or unskilled foreign nationals in nonagricultural positions for which there are no qualified U.S. workers available.

Temporary Labor Certifications:


Process under which the US Department of Labor certifies that there are no qualified U.S. workers willing and available to do a particular temporary work in the United States.

Fiancées Visas:


Issued to foreign nationals who are the fiancées of U.S. citizens. The foreign nationals arriving on K-1 status are required to apply for adjustment of status based on their marriages to the U.S. citizens.

Executives/Managers of Multinational Companies Visas:


Issued to a foreign nationals who are managers, executives or employees with specialized knowledge of an international company doing business in the United States.

People of Extraordinary Ability Visas:


Issued to a foreign nationals of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics.

Athletes and Entertainers Visas:


Issued to a foreign entertainers or athletes who cannot qualify under the “extraordinary ability” standard for the O category.