|B-1/B-2 Visa |
A B-1 visa is issued to a foreign citizen seeking to enter the United States of America for business purposes, while a B-2 visa is granted to a foreigner seeking to enter for tourism purposes. In practice, the two visa categories are usually combined together and issued as a "B1/B2" visa valid for a temporary visitor for either business or pleasure or a combination of the two.
|Immigration through Employment |
If you want to become an immigrant based on the fact that you have a permanent employment opportunity in the
First, foreign nationals and employers must determine if the foreign national is eligible for lawful permanent residency under one of USCIS' paths to lawful permanent residency.
Second, most employment categories require that the U.S. employer complete a labor certification request (Form ETA 750) for the applicant, and submit it to the Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration.
Third, USCIS must approve an immigrant visa petition, Form I-140, Petition for Alien Worker, for the person wishing to immigrate to the
Fourth, the State Department must give the applicant an immigrant visa number, even if the applicant is already in the
Fifth, if the applicant is already in the