The United States has long been a destination for foreign investment and employment. Because of this, U.S. immigration law has many options available for foreign nationals who wish to come to the U.S. either temporarily or permanently in order to conduct business. Temporary business visas include B1 business visitor, E1/E2 Treaty Trader /Investor, L1 inter-company transferee, TN visas for NAFTA countries (Mexico and Canada), H1B skilled workers, and H2B seasonal workers.Other visas related to employment include the J visa for international exchange programs, O visa for persons of “extraordinary ability”, and P visas for athletes and musicians.Another category in the “business” category is the R visa for religious workers.
All of these are non-immigrant visas which means that the person cannot permanently reside in the US. Many times people from overseas wish to come to the United States as more than simply tourists. They want to conduct business here and remain in the US, but are not sure what the best options are. The names of the various business visa categories don’t really communicate all the options available within each category. Options are available that only a seasoned immigration attorney will be able to help you with. It is essential to have effective legal advocacy from attorneys that are experienced and knowledgeable
The Law Office of Marc P. Feldman has over twenty-three years of experience in helping people come to the United States for work, many of whom later become permanent residents and US citizens. Contact me by email or call 973-267-7555 today to learn about the best business visa option for you.
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