A, G, & NATO Visa Attorney in New Jersey
Assistance for Foreign Government Workers
Among the many types of
employment visas, there are specific ones for foreign government workers, representatives
of foreign governments, and representatives of certain international nongovernment
organizations. They range from visas for heads of state to personal assistants
of government representatives.
For individuals representing foreign governments and international nongovernmental
organizations, there are three types of visas: A, G, and NATO.
A visas are for officials, diplomats, employees of foreign governments, and their
immediate families who are wishing to enter the U.S. on official business.
A person holding an A visa cannot be deported, but can be expelled on
the authorization of the U.S. Secretary of State. There is no time limit
for an A visa.
G visa is extended to employees of approved, nongovernmental organizations as
well as officials of foreign governments who have a lower ranking status
than an A visa holder. The visas can extend to organization representatives,
immediate families of the representatives, dependents, and service personnel.
NATO visa can be extended to representatives of countries who belong to the North
American Treaty Organization. The length of their stay is indefinite and
monitored by the U.S. Secretary of State.
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For more detailed information about these types of visas, other visas,
or immigration issues, you should talk with a representative at my firm,
The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. I have a great deal of
experience as a
New Jersey immigration lawyer and my entire practice is dedicated to resolving immigration legal issues
quickly and effectively.
I have over 25 years of experience in this area of law and can help you
understand the issues as well as help you through any immigration process.
Contact my office to get answers to your specific questions.