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Temporary Worker Visas in Charlotte

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Temporary worker visas are nonimmigrant visas that grant individuals a temporary stay in the U.S. to work or conduct business in some capacity. These visas are ideal for people who only wish to work in the country for a fixed amount of time or who seek a path to permanent residency in the future.

Securing a nonimmigrant visa requires a lot of hard work. There are several steps in the application process and not every application will be accepted. When you work with a Charlotte immigration attorney at Vásquez Law Firm, PLLC, you put yourself in a better position for success. We can help you navigate the difficult process and overcome any challenges you encounter along the way.

To learn more about whether you may be eligible for a temporary worker visa, schedule a free consultation. Call us at (704) 271-5597 today.

Types of Temporary Worker Visas

There are eleven major categories of nonimmigrant visas. With so many options, it can be difficult to determine which category your situation falls under. During a free consultation with our team, we can discuss your options and determine which type of visa you should apply for.

The temporary worker visa categories are:

  • H-1B: For skilled workers seeking a position in a specialty occupation
  • H-2A: For individuals performing temporary or seasonal agricultural work
  • H-2B: For individuals performing temporary or seasonal non-agricultural work
  • H-3: For people seeking training that is not available in their home country or seeking training for children’s special education
  • L: For intracompany transferees
  • O: For individuals with extraordinary ability or achievement in fields including science, art, education, business, or athletics,
  • P-1: For athletes or members of entertainment groups
  • P-2: For artists or entertainers wishing to perform
  • P-3: For artists or entertainers wishing to teach, coach, or perform a culturally unique program
  • Q-1: For participants in international cultural exchange programs

    Keep in mind that many temporary worker visas are limited in number per year. Many also require that you have a prospective employer file a petition on your behalf. Whichever visa you apply for, our Charlotte immigration attorneys can help. With additional offices in Raleigh and Smithfield, we are available wherever and whenever you need us.

    Please call (704) 271-5597 to get started on your temporary work visa application.

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