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Visa Guidance You Need

If you are reading this, then you are probably already aware of the United States policy involving visas. A visa is temporary authorization to reside in the United States, whether it is for work, familial visits, education, or another reason. Nearly all foreign nationals – people that are from or are citizens of other nations – will require one of these visas upon entering the United States for any length of time other than a short vacation. What type of visa you or your family member requires depends on the reason for your temporary stay.


That last fact - that there are various types of visas and securing the right one depends on your unique situation and your intention while in the United States – is exactly the problem for many immigrants. This is especially true for those who intend to work or receive an education here, but are not planning to permanently relocate to the US. What type of visa do they need, and how do they acquire it? It can be very confusing and downright discouraging.


This is why it is important to consult an immigration attorney during all phases of your visa application process. These knowledgeable professionals not only have an understanding of immigration and visa application law, but they also know how to apply those laws to your family’s situation. This way, you do not have to be confused or frustrated; you can focus on what is important and make the most of your time in the United States.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

DOES YOUR VISA GRANT YOUR AUTOMATIC ENTRY INTO THE US?

No. While your visa will get you as far as a port of entry to the United States, the border patrol or customs team in charge of that port will determine the legality of your visit and how long you may stay.

DO YOU HAVE TO LIVE IN THE UNITED STATES TO WORK OR GO TO SCHOOL HERE?

Not necessarily. There are various types of visas and other programs that allow for students and professionals to enjoy temporary residence in the United States without the intention of permanent relocation.

HOW DO I KNOW WHICH TYPE OF VISA I NEED FOR MY STAY?

This can be tricky, since various types may apply to your scenario. To find the best fit, be sure to speak to an attorney for guidance.

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My husband and I hired Mr. Szabo for our green card - immigration process. Nowadays the immigration laws changed a lot and we didn’t want to take a risk to miss some papers or getting lost in this case. He was absolutely taking care of our case and he informed us immediately as the case moved forward or needed more documents. Any time we had questions he was patiently answering for that. He prepared us for the interview and thank for Mr. Szabo they didn’t ask missing papers or documents from us. We closed this case successfully and we highly recommend him who needs immigration lawyer. Thank you Mr. Szabo

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If you are still seeking help from a non-immigrant visa attorney, speak with the knowledgeable staff at the Szabo law Group. Our extensive understanding of the United States immigration and visa laws will help you find the right solution – and get the clearance you need to work in Florida or elsewhere in the United States. Trust our team to guide you!