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Non-Immigrant Visas

When a foreign national wants to come to the United States with no intention of staying permanently, he or she must apply for a "non-immigrant" visa. Non-immigrant visas can cover tourists, students, or people coming to the U.S. for employment purposes. Applicants for a visa typically must provide proof of the reason for their visit to the U.S. and may have to keep updating their information if they have to stay longer than a few months. This section covers all manner of non-immigrant visas, with articles on employment-based visas, including H-1B visas for highly skilled professionals, temporary visitor visas, student visas, and more.

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