Visa Attorney in Cupertino
Helping Clients Obtain Immigrant & Nonimmigrant Visas
To come to the United States and stay either temporarily or permanently,
you must obtain a U.S. visa. There are two types of visas: immigrant and
nonimmigrant. Immigrant visas are for individuals who seek
permanent residence in the U.S., while a
nonimmigrant visa allows an individual to reside in the U.S. temporarily.
To apply for a visa, you will need to meet several requirements, complete
the necessary paperwork, and go through
consular processing abroad. The Law Offices of Timothy D. Widman can help you determine which
visa is right for you and prepare your application.
Our attorney personally handles each case from beginning to end, taking the time to
answer questions and responding in a timely manner to all calls and emails.
(408) 780-1684 or
contact us online for highly skilled visa services and compassionate support.
Which Nonimmigrant Visa is Right for You?
Nonimmigrant visas vary in purpose, length of stay, requirements, and more.
Some of them are renewable, even allowing you to change to a different type of
nonimmigrant status or
adjust your status to permanent residence.
Some of the most common nonimmigrant visas include:
H-1B Visa: reserved for individuals who are coming to the U.S. to complete professional
work that requires at least the equivalent education of an American bachelor's degree.
TN NAFTA Professional Visa: grants citizens of Canada and Mexico entrance to the U.S. to perform prearranged
L-1A Visa: allows a foreign company to transfer an employee in a managerial position
to one of their U.S. offices.
O-1 Visa: allows individuals with extraordinary skills or achievements in a particular
field to stay in the United States temporarily.
K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa:
allows the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) of a U.S. citizen to come to
the U.S., get married within 90 days, and adjust their status to permanent
Our attorney can work closely with you to assess your goals, analyze your
qualifications, and determine the best possible way for you to obtain
temporary status in the United States.