U.S. immigration law divides people in the U.S. into two categories: U.S. citizens and aliens. The term alien includes permanent residents (Green Card holders), asylees, refugees, non-immigrants, parolees and undocumented immigrants.

The Law of Aparna Davé specializes in employment and family immigration. Our firm files cases for citizenship, Green Cards (through employment or family) and the following non-immigrant U.S. visas:

Visa Category Class Admitted
B-1, B-2* Temporary visitors for business & pleasure
E-1, E-2 Treaty traders and investors (& families)
F-1, F-2 Academic students; spouse/children
H-1B Specialty occupations
H-1C Registered nurse
H-2A Agricultural workers
H-2B Unskilled workers
H-3 Trainees
H-4 Spouse/children of H-1, H-2 & H-3
J-1, J-2 Exchange visitors; spouses/children
K-1, K-2 Fiancé(e)s of U.S. citizens; children of K-1 holders
K-3, K-4 Spouse/children of U.S. citizen awaiting Green Card
L-1, L-2 Intra-company transferee; spouse/children
M-1, M-2 Vocational or nonacademic student; spouse/children
O-1, O-2, O-3 Workers with extraordinary ability; spouse/children
P-1, P-2, P-3, P-4 Athletes/entertainers; spouse/children
Q-1, R-1, R-4 Exchange & religious workers; spouse/children
TN, TD Professional under NAFTA; spouse/children
V-1, V-2, V-3 Spouse of Green Card holder awaiting Green Card

The Law Office of Aparna Davé also assists clients with the process of obtaining B-1 and B-2 visas at the U.S. consulates and files extensions of B-1 and B-2 visas of visitors in the U.S. For official and current information regarding Immigration, please reference the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Website.