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Additional Types of Visas

Applying for a U.S. Visa

Immigrants are usually able to apply for a visa if they are sponsored by potential employer, or a close relative who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident ( green card holder). A diversity lottery is also held each year in which individuals are randomly chosen to receive a green card. Over 50,000 diversity visas are handed out each year. Non-immigrant, temporary visas include various student, work, business and investments visas, as well as:

  • Tourist visas
  • Business visitor visas
  • Medical treatment visas

The granting of a visa can depend on many factors, including the type of visa that is being requested, the home country of the foreign national and whether or not the visas in that particular category are issued based on a quota system. The visa process can be extremely confusing due to the many laws that have been established to govern the entry of foreign nationals into the U.S. In addition to the numerous procedures that need to be followed, both immigrants and non-immigrants coming to this country will be required to provide various types of documentation to support their visa application. An Orlando immigration attorney from Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. can give you legal advice regarding any immigration matter, and provide the skilled and uncompromising representation you will need when seeking a visa.

Immigration Attorney in Orlando

In order to qualify for permanent residency, a foreign national must enter this country legally. This means acquiring either an immigrant or non-immigrant visa. Once a visa has been obtained, and the foreign national has entered the U.S., he or she can request a change of status. If you are a non-U.S. citizen that wishes to enter this country for any reason, consulting an attorney from our firm can ensure you follow the necessary policies and procedures, and don't jeopardize your future immigration objectives. Our firm can also evaluate and work to resolve potential red flags that could result in the denial of your application. We service both individuals and corporate clients, and are always available to answer your questions and provide any legal assistance that is needed.

Contact an Orlando immigration lawyer for qualified legal counsel and vigorous representation if you are seeking a visa.

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