Nonimmigrants include any person admitted to the United States for a temporary duration to fulfill a particular purpose within the country. The following is a non-exhaustive list of nonimmigrant classifications:
- Visitors (B-1, B-2)
- Students (F-1, M-1, J-1)
- Temporary Workers (H-1B, H-1B1, H-2A, H-2B, E-3, TN, H-3)
- Extraordinary Ability Workers (O-1A, O-1B, O-2, O-3)
- Athletes and Entertainers (P-1A, P-1B, P-2, P-3)
- Treaty Investor and Treaty Traders (E-1, E-2)
- Intra-company Transfers (L-1A, L-1B, L-2)
- Fiancé(e) of US citizen (K-1, K-2)
- Religious Workers (R-1)
- Victims of Certain Criminal Activity (U, T)
When a person presents a nonimmigrant visa at a port of entry to a Customs & Border Protection (CBP) officer, they are requesting admission into the United States under the classification that is listed on the visa. If the CBP officer grants the person admission into the U.S., the officer will use the classification listed on the visa to determine the period of authorized admission.
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