There are many different types of visas available under federal law. The U.S. offers visa programs for countless purposes, from vacation to employment. Each of these programs is managed by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS.
Your reason for seeking a visa will determine the appropriate program for you. While there are numerous types of visas, each of them falls into one of two categories. Every option is either an immigrant or non-immigrant visa.
Immigrant visas not only allow you to live in the United States but also work towards citizenship. This type of visa could allow you and your immediate family to remain in the U.S. indefinitely.
Non-immigrant visas do not have the same advantages. However, they are ideal for anyone that hopes to come to the U.S. temporarily for a set purpose. Many non-immigrant visas include student visas, employment-based visas, and travel visas.
No matter which visa you choose, it is vital you take care to meet all of the requirements set out in federal law. The team at Diamondback Legal could walk you through the process and ensure that you avoid the pitfalls that are common in these cases.
Do not put your visa at risk by pursuing it on your own. Reach out to a Tolleson visa lawyer with Diamondback Legal today for the guidance you deserve.