Orlando U.S. Visa Attorney

Orlando U.S. Visa Lawyer, Jean Bernard Chery, provides experienced U.S. Visa and other Immigration Law Attorney services in Orlando, Orange County, Osceola, Polk, and Seminole Counties, and the Central Florida area.

Call 407.487.1630 about your U.S. Visa legal needs in Orlando and Central Florida.

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The Unites States of America has long been an one of the most desirable and popular countries for immigrants that have dreams of a fresh start, a new career, and a better life. There are various types of temporary and permanent U.S. Visas that may serve an immigrants specific circumstances and needs. Choosing the right American visa is an important part of the American migration process.

Each type of US Visa has it's own qualifying criteria and application requirements. This process can be very complex and confusing. Even one inadvertent error on a form may pose to be a stumbling block in a person's efforts to legally obtain a U.S. Visa. Therefore, seeking the legal advice and representation of experienced legal counsel may provide you the best opportunity to successfully achieve your U.S. Visa goals.

The type of U.S. Visa you must obtain is defined by U.S. immigration law, and relates to the purpose of your travel. There are two main categories of U.S. Visas:

  • Nonimmigrant U.S. Visas: For travel to the U.S. on a temporary basis. (Visa Types for Temporary Visitors).

  • Immigrant U.S. Visas: For travel to live permanently in the U.S. (Visa Types for Immigrants).

Visa Classifications

  • B-1/B-2 U.S. Visa: This visa is intended for visitors to the United States. It allows a visitor to reside the United States for up to ninety days with the possibility of extensions.

  • K-1 U.S. Visa: Designed for individuals who are planning to marry an American citizen. It allows the foreign born fiancé to come to United States before the wedding has taken place. The couple then has ninety days before the wedding ceremony must occur.

  • H-1B U.S. Visa: Reserved for professionals who plan to work in the United States. 65,000 are currently issued every year. The applicant must have a serious job offer from a U.S. company in order to be considered.

  • H-2B U.S. Visa: Non-agricultural workers can be granted this type of visa to work in the U.S. It is granted to people of many trades which are in short supply in America.

  • TN-NAFTA U.S. Visa: Specifically designed for skilled Canadian and Mexican workers who wish to gain employment in the United States. The applicant must be in an eligible job category in order to apply for this type of visa.

  • F-1 U.S. Visa: Students who wish to study in the United States will be granted this type of visa. The visa is usually issued for the duration of your education in the United States. The visa is usually reserved for higher education purposes (college and technical training).

  • J-1 U.S. Visa: Commonly issued to individuals who participate in programs offered by schools, businesses and other organizations. These programs offer paid training for a variety of occupations including business, education, summer programs, etc.

Within these classifications are additional specific types of U.S. Visas that are designed to cover very specific needs or issues for seeking a U.S. Visa.

When you must address legal issues relating to U.S. Visa or other immigration law issues or disputes, we urge you to be proactive in ensuring your legal rights are protected and that you are treated fairly.

Call 407.487.1630 to Schedule a Confidential Legal Consultation with Orlando and Central Florida U.S. Visa Lawyer, Jean Bernard Chery.

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