Temporary Visa Attorneys
Do you or a family member wish to travel to the United States for a temporary purpose, whether to visit loved ones or family, attend a wedding, or to conduct specific business?
We can help you secure a temporary visa that will allow you to travel to the United States and request permission to enter the country. To help you obtain your temporary visa, attorneys at K&M will make sure you take the all the necessary steps to properly enter the United States (even if on a temporary basis) so that it does not affect your ability to apply for permanent immigration benefits in the future, should you wish to do so.
Using Your Temporary Visa
Upon arriving to the United States, an official from the United States Customs and Borders Patrol (“CBP”) will either grant or deny you admission to the United States. If granted permission to enter the United States, your temporary entry card or I-94 will be stamped with an expiration date. This is the date by which you must leave or exit the United States. You must leave on or before the date your I-94 is stamped, otherwise you will be considered an immigration overstay and may be subject to additional immigration consequences.
List of Non-Immigrant / Temporary Visa Categories
- Extensions of Stay
- Visa Waiver Program
- B-1/B-2 Visitors
- E-1/E-2 Treaty Traders and Investors
- F-1 Academic Students
- H-1B Professional Workers
- J-1 Exchange Visitors
- K-1 Fiance of U.S. Citizens
- K-3 Spouses of U.S. Citizens
- M-1 Vocational Students
- O-1 Extraordinary Ability
- P-1 Athletes and Entertainers
- Q-1 Cultural Exchange Visitors
- R-1 Religious Workers
- TN Trade NAFTA
- V Family Members of Lawful Permanent Residents
Contact our temporary visa attorneys today.
Contact us to discuss all of your temporary or non-immigrant visa questions. Let our experience work for you.