Non-immigrant Visa

A nonimmigrant visa is the visa issued to persons with a permanent residence outside the U.S. but who wishes to be in the U.S. on a temporary basis (i.e. Tourism, medical treatment, business, temporary work, or study. Reference


  1. Applying for Asylum
  2. 90 Day Misrepresentation Rule
  3. Mistreatment of Temporary Workers
  4. Possible Immigration Options for ‘Dreamers’
  5. What ‘DREAMERS’ Need to Know After DACA Ends
  6. Legalization of Farm Workers Proposed
  7. Border Inspection of Electronic Devices
  8. Increased Scrutiny Could Lead to Visa Denials and Delays
  9. Consequences of Failing to Maintain Nonimmigrant Status
  10. Lawful admissions required for adjustment of status
  11. Immigration relief for those affected by severe weather