• Maria Cordon

E-3 Visa. # Australians, #Specialty Occupation, #Numerical Limitations.

Updated: May 22, 2018

There are two types of visas: immigrant and non-immigrant. Nonimmigrant visas are obtained outside the United States, at a consulate or American embassy. Individuals with a current I-94 can change or extend their status in the United States.

In 2005, the United States allowed Australians to obtain an E-3 for workers in specialized occupations. The E-3 category is very similar to the H-1B category because both categories are for specialized workers and there are numerical limitations. The process of obtaining an E-3 visa is simpler than obtaining an H1B visa; however, attorney Maria M. Cordon can advise you and help you process your E-3 visa.


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