Individuals may want to visit the United States for a short period of time for several reasons, including education programs, explore employment opportunities, family ties and entrepreneurial/investment opportunities. Nonimmigrant visas are usually the answer in these scenarios.
Nonimmigrant visas that allow foreign nationals admission to the United States on a temporary basis are provided for in United States law. Like with other aspects of immigration, naturalization, and visas, this process can be immensely complex; it is key that businesses, families and individuals seek out the expertise of a dedicated lawyer to ensure timeliness and compliance in the process.
Michigan Nonimmigrant Visa Attorney
Regardless of the situation, I am ready to bring more than a decade of legal experience with hundreds of successful visa applicants to applications involving temporary visitors to the United States. I am dedicated solely to immigration law and am able to provide personalized case-specific guidance to help clients successfully process their application with efficiency.
I am ready to help clients with several different types of nonimmigrant visas, including:
- B-1 visas for temporary United States business trips
- B-2 visas for tourism or vacation
- J-1 visas for U.S. Information Agency exchange program participants
- F-1 academic student visas for individuals studying in the United States
Regardless of your scenario, you will work one-on-one with me to ensure compliance and complete transparency in your application process.
To discuss any aspect of temporary visas in an initial consultation, call 313-963-2505 or e-mail Detroit temporary visa attorney Alan Reiter here.