Non-Immigrant Visa Solutions for Individuals
Family-Based & Individual Immigration
The V visa is given to family members (spouses, children and children of spouses) of permanent residents (green card holders).
VAWA relief applies to husbands, wives, parents and children. When a foreign-born relation of a U.S. citizen (and in certain cases Permanent Residents) has experienced extreme cruelty and abuse at the hands of the U.S. person, VAWA allows the foreign-born person to file a petition on by his or herself. If it is approved, then the VAWA applicant may be eligible to file for legal permanent residence.
This visa/status may be available to victims (or survivors of victims) of certain crimes who have cooperated with law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of the crime.
B-1 – Temporary business visitor to conduct activities of a commercial or professional nature.
B-2 – Temporary visitors for pleasure
F-1 –Academic students – Student visa for academic students
F-2 – Spouses and children of F-1 visa holders
F-3 – Canadian or Mexican national academic commuter students
M-1 –Vocational students – Students in vocational or other nonacademic programs, other than language training.
M-2 – Spouses and children of M1
M-3 – Canadian or Mexican national vocational commuter students
Exchange Visitor Visas
J-1 – Exchange visitors
J-2 – Spouses and children of J-1 visa holders
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