U.S. Non-Immigrant Visas

U.S. Non-Immigrant Visas

Based in Reston (Fairfax County), Virginia, immigration attorney Michael McVicker and our team work with families, employees and investors from across the globe seeking to live in the United States of America. We offer legal assistance with a range of non-immigrant visas, including those listed below. Please contact us for additional information.

E-1 Visas for Treaty Traders

Many foreign-born entrepreneurs can be authorized to create, invest in, and maintain businesses within the United States through the use of E-1 visas. These visas were established to encourage economic interaction between the United States and other… Read More

E-2 Visas for Treaty Investors

Many foreign-born entrepreneurs can be authorized to create, invest in, and maintain businesses within the United States through the use of E-2 visas. These visas were established to encourage economic interaction between the United States and other… Read More

E-3 Visas for Australian Professionals

H-1B Visas for Professionals

For a number of years, foreign-born professionals receiving job offers from employers in the United States have often entered this country with H-1B visas. Following are some of the primary aspects of the H-1B non-immigrant classification. A very hig… Read More

L-1A Visas for Multinational Transfer Executives and Managers

The L-1A nonimmigrant classification enables a U.S. employer to transfer an executive or manager from one of its foreign offices which has an appropriate qualifying relationship (parent, subsidiary, affiliate, or branch office) to one of its offices… Read More

L-1B Visas for Specialized Knowledge Multinational Transfer Workers

The L1-B nonimmigrant classification enables a U.S. employer to transfer a professional employee with specialized knowledge relating to the organization’s interests from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the United… Read More

O-1 Visas for Scientists and Other Professionals

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