Start your application off right by identifying the applicable work visa for each situation.

U.S. and Global Work Visas

H-1B Visa

The H-1B Specialty Occupations visa allows individuals in specialized
roles, such as engineers and computer developers, to seek temporary employment in the United States.

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L-1 Visa

The L-1 Intracompany Transfer visa is available to employers wishing to transfer managers and executives from a foreign entity to a U.S. branch and who have been employed with the foreign entity for at least one year.

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F-1 OPT Extension

The F-1 Student visa with the STEM OPT Extension grants an additional 24 months of work authorization to individuals in STEM fields who completed their initial 12 months of work authorization.

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B-1 Visa

The B-1 Business Visitor visa grants individuals short trips to the United States to conduct business matters, including: contract negotiations, short-term training, attending conferences and in-person consulting.

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EB Visas

EB visas grant permanent residency (commonly called a green card) to individuals that are sponsored by a company. The three main categories are priority workers, advanced workers, and skilled or other workers.

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TN Visa

The TN NAFTA Professionals visa classification is for citizens of Canada and Mexico as part of NAFTA. Professionals who are eligible to seek admission include accountants, engineers and scientists.

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E Visas

The E-2 Treaty Investor visa category allows managers, supervisors, executives, essential employees or investors from select treaty countries to enter the United States to conduct business.

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O-1 Visa

The O-1 Individuals With Extraordinary Ability or Achievement visa category is for individuals employed in the sciences, education, business and athletics who display an extraordinary ability or achievement.

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P Visas

P visas are a rare category used for internationally known athletes and entertainers. They are not a dual intent visa, meaning the visa holder may face travel restrictions if sponsored for a green card.

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Work Permits

A work permit gives an individual permission to work in a country where one does not hold citizenship. It's used in instances where a person is given permission to work in a country where one does not hold citizenship.

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Residence Permits

A residence permit is a form of authorization allowing an individual to legally reside in a country. It does not always coincide with the validity of the individual’s work permit.

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Business Visas

A business visa allows an individual to perform limited business functions, such as meeting and greeting clients, attending business meetings, and attending a conference or training session.

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