Visas to the United States.
Visitor visa to the USA – B2. Needed if you are invited by relatives, acquaintances or friends to visit America. The visa is usually issued for a period of 1 year with the right to enter the United States several times during the year, i.e. multi visa.
Tourist visa to the USA – B2. Needed if you are going to rest in America. You can buy one of the standard tours in the USA, or order any individual tour from us. The visa is usually issued for a period of 1 year with the right to enter the United States several times during the year, i.e. multi visa.
Business visa to the USA – B1. It is needed if you are going to negotiations with an American company, or to an international exhibition, conference, seminar held in the USA. The visa is usually issued for a period of 1 year with the right to enter the United States several times during the year, i.e. multi visa.
US student visa – F1. Needed if you are going to study in the USA. The visa is issued for the entire period of study.
US exchange visa – J1. For the summer work program for Work and Travel students and internships in the USA.
Fiance visa – K1. The bride visa is issued for a period of three months, during which you must get married.
US work visa – H1B. This visa is issued to qualified professionals with a diploma of higher education and work experience, knowledge of the English language, and approval from the US government obtained by an American employer. Practice shows that such visas are received mainly by programmers. The visa is issued for a period of three years and the possibility of extension already in the United States with the receipt of a green card, if there is an application from your employer.
Temporary work visa – H2B. The visa is issued for a period of up to one year with the option of renewal subject to the approval of the US government obtained by the American employer. Practice shows that former participants of the Work and Travel program may well receive this visa.
Methods of immigration to the USA
Immigration through the Green Card Lottery
Immigration through a bride visa
Immigration through employment in the United States
Immigration through an L1 or E1 / E2 visa for businessmen or investors
Immigration through obtaining refugee status.
Immigration to the United States through the Green Card Lottery
If you win the Green Card Lottery …
This does not yet guarantee the automatic receipt of an immigrant visa.
Immigration through a bride visa
If you came to the United States on a bride visa, then you must get married within three months while the visa is valid.
Immigration through H1B work visa
If a foreigner works in the United States on an H1B work visa, and works well, then after a couple of years of such work, the American employer may wish that this employee does not go home after the three-year validity period of the H1B visa, but remains in the United States for permanent residence.
Immigration through an L1 visa for businessmen
If you are a businessman, you have an enterprise in Russia, then you can open a branch of this enterprise in the USA. In order to run this branch while in the United States, you can obtain an L1 visa for yourself and an L2 visa for your family members.
Immigration through obtaining refugee status (Asylum) in the USA
The United States is one of the signatories to the Geneva Convention. And it fulfills its obligations under this convention. The US Immigration and Citizenship Act provides a clear definition of a refugee as it relates to refugees. If you are persecuted in your home country, or you have a well-founded fear of such persecution, then you have every right to apply for refugee status.