The E-3 nonimmigrant visa category provides Australian professionals a simple, convenient option for productive employment in the United States. The E-3 category, created in 2005, allows up to 10,500 Australian citizens annually to secure E-3 visas, a limitation that has never been close to exhaustion.
H-1B visas are the most common temporary work permits available to foreign national professionals. They are obtained routinely by U.S. corporations and other organizations that require foreign professional workers.
The J-1 exchange visitor visa classification is intended to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries by means of educational and cultural exchanges.
The TN nonimmigrant visa category, created by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), allows for the expedited processing of Canadian and Mexican professionals seeking short-term productive employment in the United States.
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Foreign nationals may be inadmissible to the United States for a multitude of reasons, including health-related grounds, economic grounds, criminal grounds, moral grounds, violations of the Immigration and Nationality Act regarding entry or documentation, fraud or misrepresentations, security and related grounds, and other miscellaneous grounds.
A B-1 business visa is the most common type of visa to conduct business in the United States. B-1 business visitors are admitted to the United States for a limited period of time for the purpose of engaging in short-term commercial or professional activity, but not for productive employment or so-called “local labor for hire.” With few exceptions, B-1 business visitors are not allowed to receive U.S.
The “E” category was established to give effect to treaties between the United States and foreign countries that provide for reciprocal benefits to nationals of each country who invest in the other country, or who conduct trade between the two countries.