Helping You Obtain a Nonimmigrant Visa
Nonimmigrant visas allow you to remain in the United States for a specific period of time and for a particular specialized temporary purpose. Nonimmigrant visas can be used for a variety of reasons ranging from employment to business investment and tourism. Some people come to the United States on a temporary visa with the ultimate goal of obtaining permanent residence.
The Law Offices of Alex Solomiany, P.A., represents individuals and businesses seeking to obtain temporary visas for employment, investment and other reasons. One of the most valuable services we provide is an initial consultation to review your immigration case and help you create a strategy to meet your objective.
Handling All Nonimmigrant Categories From A to V
As a Board Certified Immigration and Nationality Law attorney, Mr. Solomiany has extensive experience and training in all types of immigration, both temporary and permanent. Some of the most common categories of nonimmigrant visas are the following:
- B-1/B-2 visitors for business and pleasure;
- E-1 treaty trader and E-2 investor visas. These visas allow individual investors to seek temporary residency without the same level of investment required for permanent residency;
- E-3 visas for Australian professionals in a specialty occupation;
- F-1 visas for students coming to the U.S. temporarily to pursue a full course of study;
- H-1B visa for professionals in a specialty occupation;
- L-1 visa for key employees such as executives or managers and employees who are temporarily transferred to aid or initiate business operations in the U.S.;
- O-1 temporary worker visa for aliens with extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences, education, or business;
- P-1 visas for artists, athletes and entertainers;
- R-1 religious worker visas; and
- TN visas for Mexican and Canadian professionals.
All of the above nonimmigrant visas include the visa holder's spouse and children under 21.
If Your Ultimate Goal is Permanent Residency
If your ultimate goal is to become a permanent resident, it's important to review your strategy with an experienced immigration attorney. The last thing that you would want to hear when your nonimmigrant visa expires is that you have to go home because the immigrant visa petition is not approved and you find yourself without any lawful status.
Discuss your Immigration Goals with a Board-Certified Immigration and Nationality Attorney
To arrange a consultation with experienced Florida lawyer Alex Solomiany, call 305.373.1105 or fill out the contact form on this Web site. The Law Offices of Alex Solomiany, P.A., is located on 80 S.W. 8th Street, just south of in downtown Miami, within walking distance of the Miami Immigration Court.