Phoenix Business Visitor & Tourist Visa Attorneys

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B-1 & B-2 Non-Immigrant Temporary Visas

A non-immigrant is classified as someone who legally enters the U.S. on a temporary basis. A temporary visa allows a non-immigrant to stay in America for a specific length of time. After their time is up, they must leave the country.

An example of a non-immigrant would be a tourist, a business visitor, someone seeking medical treatment, a fiancée of an American citizen, an international student, or an athlete from an international league who is participating in a sporting competition.

Maria Jones Law Firm offers experienced B-1 and B-2 non-immigrant visa assistance across the U.S. and worldwide. For 15 years, we have fought for immigrants, U.S. citizens, and their families in a wide range of immigration matters. Our Phoenix immigration lawyers can help with your tourist or business visitor visa application to help you come to the U.S.

Call our offices at (602) 603-4032 to learn more. We offer legal counsel in English, Russian to better serve you, and we’re available 24/7 to help.

Applying for a B-1 Temporary Business Visitor Visa

If you would like to come to the U.S. on a temporary basis for professional, educational, or temporary business purposes, Maria Jones Law Firm can assist you with your application for a non-immigrant B-1 Temporary Business Visitor Visa.

A B-1 visa is ideal for the individual or professional who is:

  • Participating in short-term job training;
  • Attending a convention, trade show, educational workshop, or conference;
  • Consulting or negotiating with business partners;
  • Immediately transiting through the U.S. while en route to a foreign destination; and/or
  • Conducting independent educational or medical research, lecturing, or speaking.

The visitor must provide evidence that s/he has a residence abroad, plus strong family or business ties that compel him or her to return home after his/her visit. The business visitor must have adequate funds to sustain himself during his time in the U.S.

Touring or Seeking Medical Treatment in America with a B-2 Tourist Visa

Those wishing to tour America for pleasure, or who come for short-term medical treatment, may obtain an application for a B-2 Tourist Visa. Qualifications to obtain a B-2 visa are similar as those for a B-1 visa, and our Phoenix tourist visa attorneys can help you through every step to ensure your petition is filed properly and in a timely manner.

Get answers and experienced legal counsel by calling (602) 603-4032 or contacting us online. Your initial consultation is free!