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Nonimmigrant Visa Attorneys in New Jersey


If you’re a non-US Citizen who is planning to visit the U.S. for a certain period, it is best to speak with a reliable nonimmigrant visa attorney in New Jersey. An experienced NJ immigration attorney can help you obtain the visa you need.

Andres Mejer is a New Jersey immigration attorney who has helped thousands of individuals with their immigration concerns. He has helped plenty of people obtain legal status, Green Card, or even citizenship in the U.S. Schedule a consultation with our law firm to get answers to your immigration questions.

What is a Nonimmigrant Visa?


If you’re planning to go to the U.S. for a certain period, then it means that you’d need a nonimmigrant visa or temporary visa. By applying for this visa, you declare that you are going to the U.S. for a specific purpose, and once that purpose is fulfilled, you will return to your home country.

The application process in the U.S. can be arduous, and if you’re not careful, you can get your application denied. To help you with your application or appeal, seek the help of an experienced immigration attorney.

Who Needs a Nonimmigrant Visa?


If you’re not a lawful permanent resident or a U.S. citizen and you plan to come to the United States temporarily, then you need a nonimmigrant visa.

However, foreign nationals from certain countries don’t need a visa as long as they visit the U.S. for less than 90 days for business, tourism, or while in transit. This program is called the “Visa Waiver Program.”

The Visa Waiver Program is open to 38 countries and territories, including the ones in the European Union.

Most Canadians don’t need a visa to enter the U.S. unless they plan to study, invest, work or immigrate here. You’ll be allowed to stay in the United States for six months or up to 1 year, depending on your reason for the visit.

What are the Different Types of Nonimmigrant Visas?


There are three primary nonimmigrant visa categories. You can temporarily go to the United States for tourism or business, study, and work.

If you what to know more about the different visa types, consult our New Jersey immigration attorneys. We can help you with family-based immigration, fiance visa applications, getting a green card, and in becoming an U.S. citizen. Schedule a consultation today!

Visitor Visas


If you plan to go to the United States for temporary business or tourism, you need a B-1 or B-2 visa. For your U.S. visa application, you will have to provide the necessary documents to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that explain the reasons for your trip and your trip itinerary.

How to Get a Business or Tourist Visa?


Millions of people come to the U.S. as tourists (B-2) or business (B-1) visitors yearly. You can qualify for a B-1 visa if you come to the U.S. for a quick business trip. You can be eligible for a B-2 visa if you’re visiting the U.S. temporarily, either for pleasure or medical treatment. Usually, you will be issued both visas so you can enjoy both options while staying in the United States.

However, you need to demonstrate to the U.S. consulate that issued your visa and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection that you have every intention to return to your home country. You can do this by showing proof that you are employed and have a permanent address overseas to which you will return.

If you need help applying for a U.S. visa, or if you’re already here and your visa has expired, our immigration attorneys can help. We can help you stop deportation, apply for an immigration waiver, and more.

Student Visas


If you plan to study in the United States, you’d need a visa. F-1 Visas are available for full-time students in accredited institutions of higher education. This includes colleges, high schools, seminaries, ann conservatories. Spouses and children of F-1 visa holders can avail the F-2 visa.

If you live in Canada or Mexico, you can commute to the United States for your studies using the F-3 visa.

M-1 visa is another type of student visa you can use to study in vocational schools or other accredited non-academic institutions.

J-1 visas are for work or study-based exchange visitors. These can include interns, au-pairs, teachers, and other participants in an exchange program. To qualify for a J-1 visa, applicants must be part of a program that promotes cultural exchange.

Work Visas


Employment visas allow foreign nationals to work in the United States temporarily. Your employer must start the visa application process by petitioning you at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to qualify for this type of visa.

There are multiple types of visas under this category: the H-1B visa, H-2B visa, L-1A visa, L-1B visa, and O-1 visa.

Simply figuring out whether you’re eligible for a work visa can be difficult, and the requirements are as complicated as other U.S. visas. Our New Jersey immigration lawyers are here to help you with this process. If you want to apply for an employment-based immigration, we can help you, too. Schedule an appointment for a free case evaluation today!

How to Get a Temporary Special Worker (H-1B) Visa?


H-1B visas are available for non-citizens whose jobs require highly-specialized knowledge and experience. This visa is available to workers in the computer and technology industries and workers from other specialized fields such as the legal profession, medicine, and science.

There’s no limit or “cap” on how many H-1B visa petitions will be approved for individuals who will work for an institution of higher education, government research organizations, and non-profit research organizations. There are also no limits on individuals who are extending their previous H-1B visas.

How to Get a Temporary Nonagricultural Worker (H-2B) Visa?


Unlike an H-1B visa, H-2B visas are intended for skilled and unskilled workers. To qualify for this visa, you must:

  • Have a U.S. employer
  • Be qualified for the job
  • There are no qualified U.S. workers
  • You have the intent to return to your home country

How to Get an Intracompany Transferee Visa?


Suppose you’re employed outside of the United States for at least one year, and you’re transferred to the United States to work as an executive, manager, or specialized knowledge worker. In that case, you may be qualified to apply for an Intracompany Transferee Visa or an L-1 visa.

How to Get a Treaty Trader Visa?


The United States has made several trade treaties with other countries. The U.S. made E-1 visas available to the citizens of those countries to make engaging with international trading activities more manageable and more accessible.

How to Get a Treaty Investor Visa?


Treat Investor, or E-2 Visas, allow businesspeople from certain countries to work in the U.S. for a business in which investors from their country have invested. Self-employment and an unlimited number of extensions are available under this visa.

Do You Need a Nonimmigrant Visa Attorney?


You need to consider many rules, regulations, restrictions,, and parameters when applying for a U.S. visa. The whole process can be overwhelming, and doing it on your own can sometimes delay the process or even lead to rejection.

You need a reliable nonimmigrant visa attorney who has helped countless individuals with their visa and immigration needs. Andres Mejer Law can provide guidance throughout the application process. Call our New Jersey immigration lawyer today to get started!

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