Learn how to get a United States Work Visa
Visas are often denied due to lack of information to the applicant. Applying for a visa can seem complex but Immigration Direct can help.
Get Started! What Kind of Work Visa Do You Need?
The E-1 visa applies to individuals coming from countries with whom the United States has established a treaty relationship. This includes executives, managers and specialists of treaty country companies operating in the United States.
The E-2 visa applies to individuals who come from countries with whom the United States has established a treaty relationship. This includes entrepreneurs from a treaty country that are investing significantly in a U.S. business and need to enter the United States in order to devise and direct the funds.
The H-1B visa applies to foreign professionals who are sponsored by a U.S. employer to work in a specialty occupation in the United States.
The H-3 trainee visa category specifically applies only to foreign nationals seeking on-the-job training that is provided by a U.S. company or a U.S. government agency in order to further the trainee's career in their home country.
The L-1 visa is offered to individuals who are subject to a transfer to a United States company after working at least one of the last three years in a foreign subsidiary, affiliate, branch or parent company. The L-1 visa also applies to employees who will be assigned to work in a management or executive position.
The O-1 visa applies to foreign nationals who possess extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics, or who have demonstrated extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry and have been recognized nationally or internationally for those achievements. An O-1 visa requires sponsorship by a U.S. employer.
The R-1 visa applies to religious workers who are members of a religious denomination that have an established, genuine nonprofit religious organization in the U.S. Individuals on an R-1 visa must serve as a minister, or in another recognized religious vocation while in the United States.
Immigration DVD Store
If you need help or have questions for customer service, contact us.
The "Immigration Direct" mark and the "Simplifying Immigration" mark are service marks registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office under the laws of the United States of America.
Copyright © 2007-2013 Immigration Direct. All Rights Reserved.