B-1 Temporary Business Visas

B-1 Temporary Business Visas

Understanding the visa process can seem daunting. With the help of an experienced immigration attorney, the proper visa is more likely to be granted in a timely fashion. The Law Offices of KahBo Dye-Chiew in Honolulu, Hawaii is prepared to guide you in making the detailed application for a visa. For those persons who desire to come to the United States for temporary business purposes, a temporary business visa may be the appropriate choice to enter the country.
Please note that if you are a traveler visiting the U.S. as a tourist, or on business for up to 90 days from specific countries, you may be eligible to come to the U.S. without a visa provided you are in compliance with visa waiver program requirements. As a B-1 visa lawyer, KahBo Dye-Chiew can explain the process to you and examine your situation to see if you qualify for a visa waiver.To obtain your temporary business visa you need to apply to the appropriate embassy or consulate in your native country. The embassies and consulates in over 200 countries overseas are responsible for processing applications for visas and issuing visas.

What type of travel is considered to be business related (B-1) visitor travel?

A business (B-1) visitor visa can be issued for travel that includes the following:

  • Certain professional athletic pursuits
  • Consulting with business associates
  • Attending a scientific, educational, professional or business convention, or a conference or trade show
  • Settling an estate
  • Negotiating a contract and taking orders
  • Participating in short-term training that is not designed to provide employment
  • Certain lecturers or speakers
  • Investors seeking investment or for business ventures in the U.S.

Visitor visa requirements must be met

An applicant for a business visitor visa must be prepared to prove the following when applying:

  • That the proposed trip is for business
  • That there is a definite and limited period of time needed to accomplish the business
  • That the applicant has sufficient funds on hand to meet expenses during the time of the visa stay
  • That the applicant has significant ties abroad
  • That the applicant has a residence outside the U.S. to insure that the applicant intends to leave once the business is concluded
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