US Visa

Normally, visas are the starting point for foreign nationals for visiting, working or living in the United States. Visas are the official government approval for a citizen to stay in a foreign country. In the United States, U.S. citizens are eligible for an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa to enter, according to its objectives and its condition with respect to the US immigration rules. US Visa can be granted for tourism, employment, study or for people who ultimately seek to live and work in the United States for the rest of their lives. Choose a link from the list provided below for introductory information about visas and immigration law.

Employment Visas

Employment Visas

Whether you are a business man, an entrepreneur or an investor applying for a visa, or representing a corporation, a university or another north american organization that employs foreign nationals, you may need information about Employment Visas and legal issues related to …
temporary work visas

U.S. Temporary Work Visas

For the purpose of employment, visas may be divided into two general categories: those that permit employment and those that do not. Temporary work visas, i.e., those that offer a limited stay in this country for work purposes, are of various types and …
American Visa Types - Basic Concepts

Types of American Visa Basic Concepts

Foreign citizens often need visas to go from one country to another or to perform certain activities abroad. Visas are official approvals of the government that are normally placed in the passport of the receiver and that will allow a foreign citizen …
Employment Immigration

How to Apply for Employment Immigration

In legal terms, an immigrant is any foreign national who has authorization to live and work in the United States permanently. To become a legal immigrant of the United States, you and your employer must complete the following steps: