The Immigration and Nationality Act provides a number of different non-immigrant classification for those to enter the United States for a specific temporary basis. This differs from the immigrant visas in that generally the immigrant generally wishes to remain in the United States for a period of time certain. These visas do not necessarily lead to permanent resident status.
Congress designated these visas to cover certain types of individuals and employees that enter the United States. These visas vary greatly based on the offered position, level of experience in the field, previously levels of achievement and the foreign worker’s educational background. We provided a description of the most common types of non-immigrant visas. Our firm handles not only those non-immigrant visas listed, but also all non-immigrant visas for foreign workers and their employers.