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Applying for a Non-Immigrant Visa?

Applying for Non-Immigrant Visas

Rancho Cucamonga Immigration Lawyer

If you plan on traveling to the United States for tourism, business, or education, you may be able to enter on a non-immigrant visa. Many different types of non-immigrant visas are offered to specific types of visitors, and a skilled immigration attorney from Atlantis Law Firm can help you determine which one is best for your situation. Additionally, an accomplished lawyer at the firm may be able to assist you with any complications that you encounter while you are applying for your visa or while you are traveling.

Types of Non-Immigrant Visas

Some of the many non-immigrant visas you can apply for include:

  • A-1 — This visa is for ambassadors, public ministers, career diplomats, and consular officers or immediate family of those parties.
  • A-2 — This visa is for other foreign government officials and their immediate family.
  • A- 3 — This visa is for attendants, servants, or personal employees of those who qualify for an A-1 or A-2 visa.
  • B-1 — This visa is for temporary visitors coming to the U.S. on business.
  • B-2 — This visa is for temporary visitors coming to the U.S. for pleasure. A combination visa is also available for people visiting the U.S. for business and pleasure.
  • C — This visa is also called a "transit visa" and is used for foreign nationals in transit and their family members.
  • J-1 — This visa is used for exchange visitors.
  • K-1 — This visa is for a fiancé or fiancée and can be used if an individual is engaged to a U.S. citizen.
  • M-1 — This visa is reserved for vocational students and non-academic students.

The U.S. government offers dozens of other immigrant visas, which you can apply for from a consulate, depending on your specific situation. You will want to talk with an attorney about your situation right away to obtain a visa.

Complications with Non-Immigrant Visas

You may need an attorney to help you with your non-immigrant visa situation if your application is denied or if you are interviewed and do not pass this interview, barring you from travel. In most cases, the U.S. is willing to grant non-immigrant visas as long as there is no risk that the petitioner will remain permanently in the U.S.

If you want more information, don't hesitate to call a skilled Rancho Cucamonga immigration lawyer at Atlantis Law Firm today!

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