Study, Work, Live in United States
The United States ranks as one of the most desirable countries to immigrate to because of the better living conditions provided. The country has an active economy with a wide array of work opportunities for everyone. Wages are higher than most countries, with a relatively low cost of living. Around 39% of the entire population of United States is of migrants coming from other countries.
United States allows the best talents from across the globe to come to their country and contribute to their growing economy. Many of the students those who come to United States for their higher studies and research stay back in the United States because they find it a good place for their jobs, career, earning, living standards, and self-development.
What are the Options for USA Migration?
United States as a country has a very long history and from hundreds of years a lot of migrants move to United States because it offers various benefits to the migrants those who want to come to the country and settle, work, and live in there. There are various reason thousands of individuals choose to visit and Migrate to United States every year.
While there are about 185 different types of United States visas, there are two main categories:
This category of visa is issued to individuals for temporary stays such as for tourism, business, family visits, study, work, employment or transit. Below are the non-immigrant visa types that are issued to individuals under certain conditions:
- B-1: Athlete, amateur or professional (competing for prize money only)
- J: Au pair (exchange visitor)
- E-3: Australian professional specialty
- BCC: Border Crossing Card: Mexico
- B-1: Business visitor
- CW-1: CNMI-only transitional worker
- D: Crewmember
- A: Diplomat or foreign government official
- B-1: Domestic employee or nanny – must be accompanying a foreign national employer
- G1-G5, NATO: Employee of a designated international organization or NATO
- J: Exchange visitor
- A-2, NATO1-6: Foreign military personnel stationed in the United States
- O: Foreign national with extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business or Athletics
- H-1B1: Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Professional: Chile, Singapore
- Q: International cultural exchange visitor
- L: Intra-company transferee
- B-2: Medical treatment, visitor for
- I: Media, journalist
- TN/TD: NAFTA professional worker: Mexico, Canada
- P: Performing athlete, artist, entertainer
- J , H-1B: Physician
- J: Professor, scholar, teacher (exchange visitor)
- R: Religious worker
- H-1B: Specialty occupations in fields requiring highly specialized knowledge
- F, M: Student: academic, vocational studies
- H-2A: Temporary agricultural worker
- H-2B: Temporary worker performing other services or labor of a temporary or seasonal nature.
- B-2: Tourism, vacation, pleasure visitor
- H-3: Training in a program not primarily for employment
- E: Treaty trader/treaty investor
- C: Transiting the United States
- U: Victim of Criminal Activity
- T: Victim of Human Trafficking
- V: Nonimmigrant (V) Visa for Spouse and Children of a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR)
This visa is issued to individuals for permanent residence in the United States.
- IR1, CR1: Spouse of a U.S. Citizen
- K-3: Spouse of a U.S. Citizen awaiting approval of an I-130 immigrant petition
- K-1: Fiancé(e) to marry U.S. Citizen & live in U.S.
- IR3, IH3, IR4, IH4: Intercountry Adoption of Orphan Children by U.S. Citizens
- IR2, CR2, IR5, F1, F3, F4: Certain Family Members of U.S. Citizens
- F2A, F2B: Certain Family Members of Lawful Permanent Residents
- E1, E2, E3, C5, T5, R5, I5, S: Employment-Based Immigrants, including (preference group) like Priority workers, Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees and Persons of Exceptional Ability, Professionals and Other Workers, Employment Creation/Investors, Certain Special Immigrants
- SD, SR: Religious Workers
- SI: Iraqi and Afghan Translators/Interpreters
- SQ: Iraqis Who Worked for/on Behalf of the U.S. Government
- SQ: Afghans Who Worked for/on Behalf of the U.S. Government
- DV: Diversity Immigrant Visa
- SB: Returning Resident
Why Migrate to United States?
United States of America is as a country has a very long history and from hundreds of years a lot of migrants move to United States because it offers various benefits to the migrants those who want to come to the country and settle, work, and live in there. There are various reason thousands of individuals choose to visit and Migrate to United States of America every year.
Benefits of Migrating to United States
Why Choose Visa Ray (Us)?
We don’t call us a company, rather we can us a Team (Us). There is no day at Visa Ray when we don’t work either in the office or from our homes or wherever we are. We are always available to our clients even on the Christmas Eve. Most of our team is built with the migrants those who or their parents migrated for a better future and that’s what we promise and want for our clients. Every client is equal to us and we treat them as one of Us.
Visa Ray is comprised of specialists with years of experience into immigration that hail from various backgrounds like law firms, business advisory, student counsellors. As such, First Impressions will never assign second-tier support staff to any client account.
Our Professional Fee
Our fee is competitive and fair. There are no hidden or extra charges. We have no fancy offices and we don’t use phones to keep our expenses as low as possible and that’s why we offer the most competitive fee structure to our clients. Any unexpected or additional expenses must be pre-approved by you. That’s how we would like to be treated, and that is how we treat our clients.
We are highly confident in our promise to serve you better. Our focus is to build long term relationships with our customers, not simply a quick sale! That’s the reason most of our business is through our referral clients.
This is Our Bread & Butter
Client’s success is our main aim and focus. Immigration is our bread and butter. We have specialised in visa & immigration matters and concentrate in this field only, unlike many others who deal with all other types of business.