U.S. Visas

Citizens of most foreign countries require a visa to enter the United States. Visas are issued at U.S. consulates and embassies abroad, and allow the individual to travel to a U.S. port of entry and request permission to enter the country. There are two main types of United States visas: Immigrant Visas and Non-Immigrant Visas. Immigrant visas are for individuals who intend to live permanently in the United States. Non-Immigrant visas are for individuals with permanent residence outside of the United States but who wish to be in the U.S. on a temporary basis.
 
  1. B-1 Business Visa Application Guide

    B-1 Business Visa Application Guide

    If you travel to the United States for business purposes, such as meeting and conferences, you may qualify for a B-1 Business Visa. Download the B-1 Business Visa Application Guide and start your application today!
  2. B-2 Tourist Visa Application Guide

    B-2 Tourist Visa Application Guide

    If you travel to the United States for tourism, visit friends or relatives, or for medical purposes, you may qualify for a B-2 Tourist Visa. Download the B-2 Tourist Visa Application Guide and start your application today!
  3. E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa

    E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa Application Guide

    The E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa allows foreign nationals of a country with which the United States has a commercial treaty to come to the United States to engage in substantial trade between the U.S. and the applicant's home country.
  4. E-2 Treaty Investor Work Visa

    E-2 Treaty Investor Work Visa Application Guide

    E-2 Treaty Investor Work Visas are available to qualified individuals who wish to invest in the United States. The investment should be between the tready country and the United States.
  5. E-3 Work Visa for Australians

    E-3 Work Visa for Australians Application Guide

    The E-3 Visa is a new temporary work visa. The E-3 Treaty Professional Work Visa available only to Australian citizens. Apply for a E-3 Work Visa today!
  6. F-1 Student Visa

    F-1 Student Visa Application Guide

    Do you want to live and study in the United States? Students attending U.S. universities and colleges are eligible to apply for F-1 Student Visa.
  7. H-1B Work Visa Application Guide

    H-1B Work Visa Application Guide

    H1B visas are available to college educated professionals who wish to live and work in the United States. A maximum of 65,000 H-1B Visas are issued every year. Start your H1B work visa application today!
  8. H-2B Work Visa Application Guide

    H-2B Work Visa Application Guide

    If you have been offered a temporary or seasonal non-agricultural job from an U.S. employer you may qualify for an H-2B Work Visa. H-2B work visas are available for skilled and unskilled workers. Start your H2B work visa application today!
  9. K-1 Fiancée and Fiancé Visa Application Guide

    K-1 Fiancée and Fiancé Visa Application Guide

    United States citizens who wish to bring their prospective husbands or wives to the United States with the intention of getting married may use the K-1 Fiancée/Fiancé visa. Start your K-1 Visa application today!
  10. L-1 Intracompany Transfer Work Visa

    L-1 Intracompany Transfer Work Visa Application Guide

    L-1 Intracompany Transfer Work Visas are available to employees of an international company with offices in both a home country and the United States. Start your L-1 Visa application today!
  11. TN NAFTA Work Visa Application Guide

    TN NAFTA Work Visa Application Guide

    Citizens of Mexico and Canada may apply for a TN Work Visa, and if the application is approved, they can live and work legally in the United States. Start your TN Work Visa Application today!
  12. Visa Waiver Program

    Visa Waiver Program Information Guide

    The Visa Waiver Program allows citizens of the 36 visa waiver countries to travel to the United States for up to 90 day visa-free. Download the Visa Waiver Program Information Guide and learn if you qualify.