Visas


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Mar 2010

U visa

What is a U visa? A lesser known visa, the U non-immigrant visa, was established for illegal immigrants who are victims of crimes. While living illegally here in the U.S., these victims must have endured mental or physical abuse and be willing to help law enforcement and government officials investigate and prosecute the abuser. The U non-immigrant visa was established in 2000 but put on...


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Mar 2010

H2-A Visa

Agricultural Worker Visa Requirements, Benefits, Limitations and Forms The H-2A visa allows migrant workers to enter the United States in order to perform temporary or seasonal agricultural work. The H-2A visa holder must have a valid job offer from a U.S. employer for temporary agricultural work. The agricultural employer has the burden of proof to show that there are no eligible U.S. workers to fill...


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Mar 2010

EB-5 Investor Visa

The EB 5 investor visa program is an excellent opportunity for foreign nationals to obtain permanent residency and a US Green Card through a qualifying financial investment in the United States. In order to be eligible, foreign individuals are required to invest a minimum of $500,000 in certain qualified investments or regional centers in the United States. Qualifying regional centers are designated by the U.S....


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Mar 2010

K-1 Fiancée Visa

Requirements, Benefits, Limitations and Forms The K-1 fiancée visa is a non-immigrant visa which allows an American citizen to bring a foreign fiancée to the United States for the purpose of marriage. If you are a United States citizen, your fiancée can file a petition with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for what is known as a K-1 visa. For legal permanent...


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Mar 2010

T-1 Visa

Visa for Victims of Human Trafficking  Requirements, Benefits, Limitations, Forms and Green Card Requirements The T-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa created to assist victims of human trafficking. The T-1 visa allows victims who were brought to the United States through human trafficking to stay in the U.S. in order to assist authorities with the investigation and prosecution of a trafficking case. This visa was...


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Mar 2010

R-1 Visa

Religious Worker Visa Requirements, Benefits, Limitations and Forms The R-1 visa is a temporary non-immigrant visa given out to foreign nationals wanting to enter the United States in order to work in a religious capacity. The R-1 religious worker visa allows religious workers, employed by a recognized religious employer, to temporarily enter the U.S. in order to perform and engage in religious duties. Benefits of...


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Mar 2010

F-1 Student Visa

Requirements, Benefits, Limitations and Forms The F-1 visa is a non-immigrant student visa that allows foreign nationals the opportunity to pursue a full-time education in the United States. The F-1 student visa is for full-time students wanting to attend college, university or an academic high school in the U.S. Benefits of the F-1 Visa It is possible for the F-1 visa holder to work on...


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Oct 2006

USA Visas

Read about the different visa types and their application process: F-1 Student Visa K-1 Fiancée Visa EB-5 Investor Visa EB-2 Visa Employment Familiarize yourself with the wide variety of US visas provided by the US Government that allow visitors to visit or live in the US depending on the duration of the visit and type of activity engaged in by the visitor (eg. business, holiday,...



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