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As a service agency that specializes in U.S. visas, we help medium-sized companies and corporations make the necessary arrangements for international assignments and business trips to the United States.
If you are planning to visit the United States, you will quickly notice that there are many different types of visa. There is no universal visa for all travelers. The following list contains the most common visa types. If you wish to have a consultation or assistance with your visa application, do not hesitate to contact us.
Passport with a U.S. visa
Nonimmigrant Visa for the USA
Nonimmigrant visas allow you to temporarily stay in the United States. Like the name suggests, you cannot immigrate to the U.S. with this kind of visa. There are different nonimmigrant visas depending on the purpose of your stay.
Work Visa USA
There are many different work visas for the United States. If you want to legally work in the U.S., you have to choose a specific work visa first. All visas have different requirements, applications, costs, and processing times. The application for most work visas is a very complex and time-consuming process.
The main requirement is a concrete job offer by an U.S. employer. Please keep in mind that work visas are tied to that specific employer/company. That means the future employee is only allowed to work for the company that filed the visa application.
For people with extraordinary skills and abilities
US Visitor Visa (Business Visa USA and US Tourist Visa)
You should consider a US visitor visa if you do not qualify for the Visa Waiver Program (ESTA), or if you want to stay in the U.S. for a longer period of time (up to 180 days) for restricted business or touristic purposes.
For tourists who want to stay in the U.S. for up to 180 days
Internship and Student Visa USA
The following visa categories are as diverse as the education opportunities in the United States. Study, au pair, as well as work and travel are surely less important for companies, but internships and trainee programs present interesting possibilities.
Für Personen, die in eine nicht-akademische oder berufsbezogene Bildungseinrichtung gehen
Immigrant Visa for the USA (Green Card)
An immigrant visa allows you to permanently stay in the United States. With such a visa, which is better know under the term Green Card, you can live and work in the U.S. for as long as you like. These are the different categories of U.S. immigrant visas:
Diversity Visa Program
EB-1 (Priority Workers)
Relatives/Spouses of U.S. citizens
Participating in the yearly Green Card Lottery
EB-2 (Advanced Degrees/Exceptional Ability)
Relatives/Spouses of permanent U.S. residents
EB-3 (Skilled Workers, Professionals and other Workers)
EB-4 (Special Immigrants including Religious Workers)