Work Visa (temporary non-immigrant workers)
For a non-immigrant to lawfully work in the United States, generally, you must have an employer willing to sponsor you on a nonimmigrant visa.
Contact attorney Rebecca Carcagno to determine which work visa you and your family members may qualify for at (734) 999-0360 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nonimmigrant Classification for a Temporary Worker
Spouses and Children of Nonimmigrant worker
CNMI-Only transitional worker
Treaty traders and qualified employees.
Long-term foreign investors in the CNMI
Treaty investors and qualified employees.
Certain "specialty occupation" professionals from Australia.
Workers in a specialty occupation and the following sub-classifications:
H-1B1 - Free Trade Agreement workers in a specialty occupation from Chile and Singapore.
H-1B2 - Specialty occupations related to Department of Defense Cooperative Research and Development projects or Co-production projects.
H-1B3 - Fashion models of distinguished merit and ability.