B Visa Attorneys in Miami
Legal Assistance with Tourism & Business Visas
There are many business opportunities in the United States. If you need to travel to the U.S. for the sake of business or tourism, Cifuentes-Marrero, P.A. can help you obtain a B-1 or B-2 visa.
Our B visa lawyers in Miami have over 20 years of combined experience helping countless clients gain access to the U.S. to achieve their business goals. Whether you would like to enter the country to attend a business conference or to negotiate an international contract, we can help you do it legally.
Tourism B-2 Visa
This nonimmigrant visa is typically used to enter the U.S. as a tourist or for business trips. One can use this visa to visit, vacation, complete work-related training (but not work), or to attend business conferences. Some even use this visa while seeking medical treatment in the United States.
There are several steps involved in applying for this type of visa. Typically, the process includes an interview at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in the country where you live. You will also need to fill out a nonimmigrant visa application and present all necessary supporting documentation.
Commonly required documentation includes:
- A passport that is valid for at least six months beyond your period of stay in the U.S.
- Evidence of the purpose of your trip
- Proof of your intent to leave the U.S. after your visit
- Verification of your ability to cover all trip-related expenses
Business B-1 Visa
Those who hold a B-1 visa cannot, in general, receive a salary or payments by U.S. sources. The business-person’s activity is limited to contract negotiation, business consulting, litigation, participation in conventions (scientific, educational, professional, and business), conferences or seminars, and other legitimate activities by merchants, professionals, and entrepreneurs.
To be eligible for a B-1 visa, you must demonstrate that:
- You have a legitimate reason to visit the U.S. for business
- You intend to only remain for a specific limited period
- You can pay all the expenses involved in your trip and stay
- Nothing is causing you to be inadmissible to the U.S.
- You have a residence in a country other than the U.S. that you do not intend to abandon
- You have reasons to return from the U.S., such as family-ties or employment
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