Nonimmigrant Visas Resource Links
There are many types of nonimmigrant visas. However, no matter what type of temporary visa is right for you, the job of convincing the United States Consular Officer in your country that should receive a visa is entirely your responsibility and your burden of proof. The biggest hurdle is establishing that you have such strong connections to your home country that you will be compelled to return there because of them. By contacting an attorney who understands immigration law and the consular process, you will be prepared for the consul interview and reduce the risk that your visa will be denied.
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Nonimmigrant Visas Resource Links
United States Visas
The official United States government gateway resource for visas, including information on the different types of nonimmigrant visas, U.S. policy on visas and tools for downloading visa applications and locating consul offices around the world.
United States Department of State
Government website providing information about visas, travel, consulates, the visa waiver program and other useful information for people new to the country and those wishing to secure visas.
American Embassy Locations
This website provides links to U.S. embassies, consulates and diplomatic missions arranged by continent.
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
This U.S. government site covers laws, regulations and news about immigration policies. Provides links to visa application forms and temporary worker forms and visa waiting times.
Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS)
Information about the SEVIS program, including statistical information on the number of foreign students in U.S. higher education institutions and lists of SEVIS approved schools.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security: US-VISIT
Website details the requirements of US-VISIT, procedures on enrolling, ports of entry where US-VISIT is in effect and other information about the program.
Social Security Online
Nonimmigrant temporary workers must have a social security card. Information about the policies and procedures for applying for a social security card are available at this website.
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
This international organization promoting the exchange of students and scholars to and from the United States provides information that will assist people seeking student visas and exchange visitor visas.
U.S. Department of State: Youth and Education
Resource provided by the U.S. government with information on exchange visitor programs, English-language programs for non-native speakers and other resources for foreign nationals seeking education in the U.S. or already enrolled in American educational programs.
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