SAFEGUARDING YOUR TEMPORARY STAY
Obtaining Temporary Visa Arrangements for Tourists and Workers Since 1987
In the United States, a non-immigrant visa is required for anyone who wishes to stay in the country on a temporary basis, including for work, tourism and medical reasons. A non-immigrant visa does not grant you permanent residency in the country, nor does it give you the right to vote or acquire a new job, but it does grant you a temporary stay in the United States. However, while the process can be simple for some, there are many complications that can arise with your non-immigrant visa. At The Scheer Immigration Law Group, we can handle any visa issue that arises.
Who Can Apply for a Non-immigrant Visa
The regulations pertaining to non-immigrant visas are strict, and the United States is careful to only grant them to individuals and families who fall within the guidelines. To ensure that you receive a visa, you must be visiting the United States for one of the following reasons:
Each reason for visiting the United States has its own visa code, and we advise you on which specific visa best fits your situation. We guide you through the entire process, including applications, extensions and any trouble that arises during your stay.
Guiding You Through the Visa Process
People traveling in the United States on a non-immigrant visa must always have the following items on them at all times:
- A passport from your home country
- An entry visa that is attached to the passport
- A I-94 form
Depending on the type of visa you receive, the expiration date can be anywhere from 90 days to ten years, while student visas usually expire once you are no longer enrolled in the school or university you came to the United States to attend. At The Scheer Immigration Law Group, we help you understand the details of your visa so you can avoid any legal trouble while you are visiting.
Contact The Scheer Immigration Law Group Today for Help with Your Non-immigrant Visa Issues
Call our Morristown, New Jersey, office today at (973) 984-8400 or contact us online to schedule a consultation regarding your non-immigrant visa situation. Our firm represents individuals, families and employers in Morris, Essex and Sussex counties, and our entire staff is bilingual.