Interested in Applying for a Visa?
Call (888) 388-6859 –Treasure Coast Immigration Attorneys
If you are planning a visit or extended stay to the United States, your
first step is to understand the different types of visas available and
the process of applying for one. Immigrant visas are given individuals
who wish to live permanently in the US, while non-immigrant visas are
designed for people who are permanent residents of a foreign country but
wish to stay in the U.S. temporarily. Whether you plan to immigrate to
the U.S. or just wish to apply for the temporary visa, contacting an experienced
Treasure Coast immigration attorney to guide you through the process is
a smart decision. With 10 years of experience serving international clients,
our attorneys have the skills you need to help you get approved for your visa.
Let us help you. – Call today to schedule a consultation.
The USCIS offers a number of immigrant visa classifications for foreign
nationals wishing to permanently move to the U.S. Our Treasure Coast immigration
attorneys can provide services for individuals interested in applying
for any of the below visas.
EB-5 Investor Visa – This visa is designed for those that have invested between $500,000 and
$1 million into creating a new US business that employs at least ten workers.
Additionally, any foreign investors who have helped the US economy are
immediately eligible for permanent resident green cards. These are limited
to 10,000 and we highly recommend you contact our Treasure Coast immigration
attorney for assistance with this process.
K1 Visa/Fiancé Visa – This visa allows for the spouse of a US citizen enter the US for the purpose
of marrying. In order to qualify for this visa the couple must:
- Have physically met within two years prior to filing for the K1 Visa
legally required age to marry
- Be able to financially support your spouse
- Intend to marry within 90 days
Employment Visas EB-1, EB-2, EB-3 – The U.S. designates 140,000 visas for professionals sponsored by their
employers who wish to immigrate here. These visas are split up into four
- First Priority /EB-1
- Second Priority/EB-2
- Third Priority/EB-3
- Fourth Priority/EB-4
Many people travel to the United States temporarily for tourism or visiting
family. Typically non-immigrant visas are issued for:
- Medical treatments
- Temporary work
- Study programs
Types of Nonimmigrant Visas
B1 Visa/Business Visa – These visas are usually issued to those who wish to travel to the US for
a professional reason. Common reasons people apply for the business visa include:
- Trade Shows
- Business Ventures
- Researchers conducting independent research
- Training programs
- Athletes competing
- Engineers installing equipment
B2 Visa/ Tourism Visa – This visa is designated for those that wish to travel to the U.S. for tourism,
social visits or medical treatments.
Temporary Worker Visa – For persons who wish to enter the U.S. for a short period of time
to work, the temporary worker visa would be the best option for them to
choose. Typically, employers hiring the temporary worker are required
to file a petition to the USCIS for this visa. Reasons an employer might
file for a temporary worker:
- Artist or Entertainer on tour
- Trainee or special education visitor
- Person in specialty occupation
- Temporary non-agricultural worker
- Athletic team of individual competing
- Intracompany transferee
- Experts in a specific field
- Participant in a cultural exchange program.
We Can Help You With Your Visa
If you have previously been denied a visa, or you simply wish to enlist
the assistance of an experienced Treasure Coast immigration lawyer, we
can help you today. Both non-immigrant and immigrant visas require the
applicant to gather copies of legal documents, copies of photographs and
prepare for interviews. Our attorneys can provide you with simple, straightforward
legal guidance through this process.
We can help you meet your goals. –
Contact our offices today.
We serve clients throughout Fort Pierce, Stuart, Palm City, Vero Beach,
Port St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Indian town, and Port Salerno!