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Employment-Based Nonimmigrant Visa Representation on a National Basis

aop-nonimmigrantThousands of foreign individuals come to work in the United States each year. Those who enter the country for a temporary period of time file nonimmigrant petitions for visas. Which visa you apply for depends on your job’s classification and a number of other factors. Visa categories are broken down alphabetically, from A to V, and each has a different purpose. For example, the children or spouse of a temporary worker may apply for a nonimmigrant visa, but their type of visa would differ from the one obtained by their working family member.

Our services

Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A. takes great care in representing both employers and employees with regard to their temporary visa petitions to ensure adherence to all legal requirements. Our lawyers have extensive experience handling:

  • E-1 treaty trader and E-2 treaty investor visas, which are available to foreign citizens whose countries have a treaty of trade and commerce with the United States. Read more about E visas here>>
  • H-1B, H-2A, H-2B and H-3 temporary worker and trainee visas, which allow petitioners to remain in the United States for one to six years depending on the specific type of visa. Read more about H visas here>>
  • L-1A/L-1B intracompany transfer visas, which are available to employees of international companies who have worked on foreign soil for at least one of the three prior years at the time they file their petition. Read more about L visas here>>
  • O-1, P-1 and Q-1 visas, which allow exceptionally talented artists and athletes, as well as individuals who are involved in cultural exchange programs, entry into the United States.

Other visas

Other types of visas include:

Visa typeJob or reason for traveling to the U.S.
ADiplomats and foreign government officials
A-2 NATO1-6Foreign military personnel stationed in the U.S.
B-1Athletes, amateur & professional (compete for prize money only); business visitors; domestic employees or nannies — must be accompanying a foreign national employer
B-2Visitors for medical treatment; tourism: vacation, pleasure visitors
BCCBorder crossing card: Mexico
CTransiting the United States
DCrewmembers
ETreaty traders; treaty investors
FStudents: academic, vocational
G1 – G5, NATOEmployees of a designated international organization, including NATO
H-1BSpecialty occupations; Physicians
H-1B1 – Chile H-1B-1 – SingaporeFree Trade Agreement (FTA) professionals: Chile, Singapore
IMedia, journalists
JAu pairs (exchange visitor); exchange visitors; professors, scholars, teachers; physicians
KFiancé(e)s
LIntracompany transferees
MStudents: academic, vocational
OForeign nationals with extraordinary ability in sciences, arts, education, business or athletics
PPerforming athletes, artists, entertainers
QInternational cultural exchange visitors
RReligious workers
SAliens assisting law enforcement
TVictims of human trafficking
TN/TDNAFTA professional workers: Mexico, Canada
UVictims of crimes
VSpouses and unmarried children (under 21) of lawful permanent residents

Contact Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A. today

With offices in Miami, Orlando and Lima, Peru, the team members of Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A. are ideally positioned to assist temporary workers applying for nonimmigrant visas. Our law firm has the skill, attentive nature and dedication needed to successfully see your case through from the moment your consultation begins until its ultimate resolution. Reach out to our offices online, or call us at (305) 371-2777 in Miami or at (407) 425-8472 in Orlando or in Lima, Peru at 011-51-987727855.

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