Nonimmigrant Visas

"Nonimmigrants are foreign nationals granted temporary entry into the United States. The major purposes for which nonimmigrant admission may be authorized include temporary visits for business or pleasure, academic or vocational study, temporary employment, and to act as a representative of a foreign government or international organization."

- U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Immigration Statistics


Subtopics
H-1B Visas - H-2B Visas


Better Data on H-1B's Effects Needed

By John Miano
March 2017
Blog

Codels Head to H-1B Heartland

By David North
February 2017
Blog

How Employers Game H-1B for Cheap Labor

By John Miano
February 2017
Blog

Some Things Trump Can Do on H-1B

By John Miano
February 2017
Blog

Update on Challenge to H-4 Employment Rule

By John Miano
February 2017
Blog

Our Cybersecurity Depends on Somali H-1Bs?

By Dan Cadman
February 2017
Blog