Temporary visas are also known as nonimmigrant visas. The many types of temporary visas available for people with certain skills allow entry into the United States temporarily.
At the law firm of J. Bruce Weinman, Esq., we represent individual workers, families and businesses seeking visas for work-related purposes. We assist clients throughout New York and around the world with all nonimmigrant visa applications, including:
- B-1 and B-2 Visas: for business visitors
- E-2 Visa: for investors who own and manage U.S. businesses
- H-1B Visa: for professional employees in a specialty occupation
- L-1 Visa: for certain intracompany transfers from overseas offices
- U Visa: for qualified victims of crimes
- O1 Visa: for those with extraordinary ability in their field
- F-1 Visa: for students
This list includes many of the most common visas sought after. Our firm is qualified to handle any visa application, even if it is not listed above.
Nonimmigrant Visas · Effective Guidance Through The Process
In any visa application case, our goal is to make sure that we select the proper type of visa to match each client’s situation. We offer free initial consultations to review your circumstances and make recommendations for the best course of action.
Our attorney has experience with every visa category. With more than 35 years of immigration experience, we have handled countless applications successfully and guided clients through challenging issues.
The typical application process takes three to four months. For clients willing to pay an additional fee, premium processing is available for certain visa applications and the processing can take as little as two weeks.
Contact us today to speak with a lawyer about your employment-based visa needs.
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