P-Visa Lawyer in South Florida
Trusted Attorney Serving St. Lucie & Martin Counties & Surrounding Areas
P visas include P-1, P-2, and P-3 and are for those nonimmigrants who wish to come to the U.S. to perform in an athletic competition or some other form of entertainment. Such visas can be difficult to obtain, and given the time-sensitive nature of your visit, you should reach out to a South Florida immigration attorney to handle your case as soon as possible to begin the process.
When you need help with any type of immigration issue—from visas to asylum—The Gaston Law Firm, P. A. is fully prepared to inform you of your legal options and manage your case from start to finish. We are a widely-acclimated immigration firm with 10 years of experience behind us.
Types of P Visas
P visas are generally easier to obtain than O visas. On the other hand, the P visa is restricted to only certain artists, entertainers, and athletes. To be eligible, you must have a residence in another country which you do not wish to abandon.
P visas are categorized as follows:
- P-1 visa—athletes with international recognition as an individual or member of a team
- P-1 visa—member of an internationally recognized entertainment group
- P-2 visa—artist or entertainer coming to perform under a reciprocal exchange program
- P-3 visa—artists and entertainers coming only to perform, teach, or coach in a culturally unique program
Those with P visas are admitted into the U.S. for the duration of their specific event. It is worth noting that while in the U.S. on a P visa, you are allowed to seek to become a permanent resident.
Time is of the Essence!
There is no time to waste if you need to obtain a P visa or need to extend your stay. The skilled South Florida visa lawyers at our firm are positioned to assist you throughout the process so do not hesitate to contact the firm when you need to perform in the U.S. We serve cities in Florida including Fort Pierce, Stuart, Palm City, Vero Beach, Port St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Indiantown, and Port Salerno!