Our Services - Visa Classifications

Selecting the correct Visa track. 

Applying for the correct type of visa is paramount in order to reach your short-term and long-term immigration goals.  The classification of visas is complex, understanding which track is most suitable and attainable can be a complicated process. 

  

The following section of our website breaks down visa classifications into three sections: 

For a detailed explanation of each section, click here. 

SECTION 1: Non-Immigrant Visas

This visa track allows foreign nationals to temporarily stay in the U.S. so long as they maintain residence in their home country and meet the conditions and requirements of the visa.

There are 4 sub-tracks that can be pursued towards obtaining a non-immigrant visa:

               1.1  Work track (includes A, C, D, G, H, I, J, O, P, R visas)

               1.2. Business track (includes B, E, L visas)

               1.3. Education track (includes F, M visas)

               1.4. Special visa track (includes K, Q, S visas)

 

SECTION 2: Immigrant Visas

This visa track allows foreign nationals to permanently stay in the U.S.  There are 2 sub-tracks that can be pursued towards obtaining an immigrant visa:

               2.1. Family track:

               2.2. Employment/sponsorship track

 

SECTION 3:  Citizenship

Citizenship allows foreign nationals to stay in the United States as a lawful permanent resident.

     Introduction to Services            Important Documents            Immigrating to Canada