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Helping You Visit, Learn, and Work in the United States

Immigration visas are for those who intend to live and work permanently in the United States. If you are only seeking to visit, do business, study, or otherwise temporarily stay in the country, you will need a nonimmigrant visa.

Nonimmigrant visas can be presented at the border to permit entry for a set amount of time and for defined reasons, like for education or work. There are numerous types of nonimmigrant visas, and our Sherman Oaks nonimmigrant visa attorney Anaida Zadykyan at Zadykyan Law can assist you in identifying which you qualify for and advise on the most reliable path to obtaining one.

Start a free consultation to learn more about your nonimmigrant visa options. Call (818) 600-6322 or contact us online today. English, Russian, and Armenian-speaking services are available.

Temporary Business Visas (B-1) and Tourism Visas (B-2)

There are two types of “visitor” visas. If you need to conduct business that will require your temporary entry into the United States, you will need a B-1 visa.

These visas are popular for professionals entering the country for a scheduled convention or conference or to negotiate or close a specific business deal in-person. B-1 visas can also be used for situations where you might need to enter the United States to help settle an estate.

Another type of “visitor” visa is the B-2 tourism visa, which grants beneficiaries the ability to vacation in the United States. They can also be used to procure medical treatment in the country or as a tool to visit friends or family, or for amateurs participating in a competition without pay.

Individuals with Extraordinary Abilities or Achievements Visas (O-1)

A special class of nonimmigrant visas exists for those with exceptional talents or accomplishments. O-1 visas are issued to such individuals to facilitate their participation in an event relevant to their skill in the United States. The visa will typically be valid for the length of time it will take to complete the event but cannot exceed 3 years in total length.

Subcategories of the O-1 visa include O-1A visas for those with abilities in education, business, science, or athletics, while O-2A visas are intended for celebrated artists in the motion picture and television industries. Establishing the “extraordinary” nature of your abilities or accomplishments tends to require a substantial amount of documentation, which often requires the assistance of an experienced visa lawyer.

Continue reading to learn more about P-3 Visa, H-1B Visa, F-1 Visa, J-1 Visa, and more.

Artists, Teachers, and Coaches Visas (P-3)

If you are seeking to perform in or teach or coach artistic performers for a “culturally unique” event in the United States, you will need a P-3 visa. These visas last for the duration of the time it takes to complete the event and can be renewed, if necessary, in 1-year increments. Support staff essential to the performance are also eligible for P-3 visas.

Skilled, College-Educated Work Visas (H-1B)

This popular work visa category enables employers to hire skilled foreign nationals in specialized roles and is commonly used in the tech industry. Defining their expertise typically requires a college degree.

Student Visas (F-1)

F-1 visas are intended for students seeking to study full-time in the United States at an accredited learning institution, popular among those looking to attend college or university in the country. To qualify, you will have to be admitted to a qualifying institution, have sufficient income to support yourself, and demonstrate intentions to return home after completing your education.

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Exchange Visitor Visas (J-1)

J-1 visas encompass a wide variety of nonimmigrant categories involved in some form of cultural exchange. The length of the visa reflects the length of the approved exchange program.

J-1 visas can help many types of individuals gain temporary access to the United States, including:

  • Teachers
  • Trainees
  • Camp counselors
  • Au pairs
  • Specialists
  • Professors
  • Research scholars
  • Physicians
  • Employees engaging in summer work travel programs
Protecting Your Immigration Rights & American Dream

We Can Assist You with Numerous Types of Nonimmigrant Visas

Obtaining any kind of visa can be a time-consuming, confusing process, and many nonimmigrant visas require especially extensive documentation. Our team can guide you through the application process and advise you on the most practical path to achieving your goals. We are compassionate to your needs and are committed to delivering you results in the most efficient manner possible.

Our Sherman Oaks nonimmigrant visas lawyer at Zadykyan Law can assist you with all of the above visa categories and more. We have experience helping our clients successfully acquire numerous types of nonimmigrant visas relevant to their situation.

No matter your situation, we can help you obtain the nonimmigrant visa you need. Call (818) 600-6322 or contact us online to request your free consultation. We offer services in English, Russian, and Armenian.

Why Hire Zadykyan Law?

  • Individualized Approach

    We take the time to listen, answer your questions and create a tailored strategy to accomplish your goals.

  • Compassionate Representation

    We care about our clients and go the extra mile to ensure every detail is taken care of throughout the process.

  • Affordable & Accessible

    We offer free consultations through phone, video, WhatsApp & Zoom for your convenience and safety.

  • Flexible

    We offer same-day, after-hour, and weekend appointments to meet your busy schedule.

  • Trilingual

    We serve our clients in English, Russian, and Armenian.

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