Nonimmigrant visas allow individuals to come to the United States temporarily and require that the applicant show an intent to return to his or her home country. Jenny Zanner, with a history of remarkable success in assisting nonimmigrants in visa processing all over the world, is prepared to assist you with your application for any of the following:
Two types of E visas are available for certain employees of companies which demonstrate either substantial trade with (E-1) or investment in (E-2) the United States. In E-1 and E-2 cases, the company’s and the beneficiary’s nationality must be from a country with a trade treaty relationship with the United States. Successful applications for E-1 and E-2 visas require a great deal of precisely prepared evidence.
The E-3 visa allows Australian employees in specialty occupations to come to the United States for work at the request of their employers.
The B visa is a visitor’s visa, allowing an individual to come to the United States temporarily for business (B-1) or for pleasure (B-2).
The F visa, or “student visa,” allows individuals to come to the United States to study at qualifying schools.
H visas allow employers to bring workers to the United States to fill certain qualifying positions.
I visas allow representatives of media organizations come to the United States temporarily to work in journalism or similar occupations.
Individuals enrolled in qualifying training programs often enter the United States with J Visas. Zanner Law prepares requests for waivers of the usual two-year foreign residency requirement for J visa holders.
The K-1 visa is the “fiance/ee visa,” which allows a spouse-to-be to come to the United States for marriage within 90 days of entry. The K-3 visa allows a spouse to come to the United States to apply for permanent residence under certain conditions.
L visas are employment-based visas for multinational managers and executives (L-1A), as well as certain employees with specialized skills (L-2).
O visas are available to people with demonstrated and recognized extraordinary ability in science, art, business, education, or athletics.
Professional athletes or entertainers are potentially eligible for P visas.
Q visas allow individuals to come to the United States to take part in certain types of cultural exchange programs.
R visas permit professional religious workers to work for religious organizations in the United States
TN visas are available to certain professional employees from Mexico and Canada.
Spouses or children of permanent residents are eligible to come to the United States if petitions on their behalf have been pending for a certain amount of time.