Our complimentary eBook contains information that every visa applicant should know before beginning the process of petitioning to live and work in the United States through an O-1 visa:
- The two different types of O visas. Learn the difference between the O-1A visa for exceptional abilities in the arts, sciences, and assorted other industries and the O-1B visa for those working on television and motion pictures with a history of achievement in the entertainment world.
- O visa requirements. In order to successfully apply for an O-1 visa, you must provide evidence that you have a distinguished reputation in your field as well as a sponsoring petitioner. Our guide summarizes the different types of evidence that can prove your national or international fame as well as what information your sponsor needs to provide during the application process.
- O visa frequently asked questions. Can your spouse and children come with you to the United States? How long is an O visa valid? What documents are required to apply for an O visa? Do I need to have employment lined up before applying for an O visa? All of these answers – and more – are available in our guide.
To read more about what our O visa guide offers, or to download your free copy of our guide, please go to our O Visa for Extraordinary Ability Guide page now. If you would like to discuss the O visa process with an O visa immigration attorney, call us today at 415-221-2345 (for an English operator) or 415-221-2800 (for a Chinese operator). The San Francisco immigration attorneys at the Law Offices of Vaughan de Kirby are here to help!