What is a Non-Immigrant Temporary Visa?
A non-immigrant is classified as someone who legally enters the U.S. on a temporary basis. A temporary visa allows a non-immigrant to stay in America for a specific length of time. After their time is up, they must leave the country.
An example of a non-immigrant would be a tourist, a business visitor, someone seeking medical treatment, a fiancée of an American citizen, an international student or an athlete from an international league, who is participating in a sporting competition.
Applying for a B-1 Temporary Business Visitor Visa
The U.S. has a temporary basis for professional, educational or temporary business purposes, that the George McCranie Law Firm can assist you with your application for a non-immigrant B-1 Temporary Business Visitor Visa.
This type of visa is ideal for the individual or professional who is:
- Participating in short-term job training
- Attending a convention, trade show, educational workshop or conference
- Consulting or negotiating with business partners
- Immediately transiting through the U.S. while en route to a foreign destination
- Conducting independent educational or medical research; lecturing or speaking
The visitor must provide evidence that he/she has a residence abroad, plus strong family or business ties that compel him or her to return home after his/her visit. The business visitor must have adequate funds to sustain himself during his time in the U.S.
Touring or Seeking Medical Treatment in America with B-2 Tourist Visa
Those wishing to tour America for pleasure, or who come for short-term medical treatment, may obtain an application for a B-2 Tourist Visa. Qualifications to obtain a B-2 visa are the same as for a B-1 visa.
Our team at the Law Office of George McCranie can answer your questions about the vast range of visa categories our telephone number is 912-383-7581.