There are various reasons people travel to the USA; some do it for business, others for medical procedures, others to participate in athletic events, and some for religion. These are just a few of the many reasons people apply for Nonimmigrant Visas. The team at Gehi & Associates will help you determine and apply for the best fitting Nonimmigrant Visa.
Nonimmigrant visas are visas designed to cover a variety of situations to allow people to visit the USA. In order to apply for this visa, you must meet the requirements for that specific visa. As an example, the requirements for a business visitor (B-1) and a news journalist (I) would differ. Gehi & Associates will work with you to find the visa that is best suited for your situation and purpose.
Nonimmigrant Visas FAQ
What is a visa?
A visa is a document that allows a foreign national to travel to the United States and apply for admission. Visas are issued by U.S. embassies and consulates abroad. There are two types of visas: immigrant visas and nonimmigrant visas.
What is the difference between an immigrant visa and a nonimmigrant visa?
An immigrant visa is a document that allows a foreign national to travel to the United States and apply for permanent residency. A nonimmigrant visa is a document that allows a foreign national to travel to the United States and stay for a temporary period of time. There are many different types of nonimmigrant visas, including visitor visas, student visas, and work visas.
What is the purpose of a nonimmigrant visa?
The purpose of a nonimmigrant visa varies depending on the type of visa. Visitor visas are for people who want to visit the United States temporarily for tourist or business purposes. Student visas are for people who wish to study in the United States. Work visas are for people who want to work in the United States. There are many other nonimmigrant visas, and each one has a specific purpose.