New Jersey C & D Visa Attorney
Visas for Crewman and Transits
The C and D visa are used for employees that will need to travel through the United States for work purposes, but who will not be stopping for other purposes, such as to visit a relative or conduct business outside of the one designated.
Allowances & Limitations of the C & D Visa
The general rule for a C Transit Visa revolves around whether you will be stopping for any amount of time between your origin point and the country of destination. A C Transit Visa has certain requirements.
You must be continuously traveling through the country to your destination, and will need proof of this. This would be normally a common carrier (airline for example) ticket showing that you are passing through the country. Other evidence of transportation can be used as well. If you wish to stop to visit relatives or tourist attractions, you will also need a valid B-2 Tourist Visa.
If you are travelling through the U.S. to join a ship or aircraft as a crew member, you will need to apply for a D Crewman Visa. This is a non-immigrant work visa for people working on international aircraft or vessels, such as cruise ships. If you are holding a D visa, you may be ineligible to change status.
Get Help from an Experienced Immigration Lawyer
The immigration attorneys at The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. have helped traveling workers manage their visa needs since 1987. Our founding attorney is the former Chapter Chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has extensive experience working within the immigration system. Our firm is here to help you obtain the correct visa in ample time to avoid costly problems with the U.S. State Department.
Since 1987, our firm has utilized vast resources, knowledge, and skill to achieve the goals of our immigration clients. We have helped over 10,000 immigrants with various immigration issues, including C and D temporary employment visas. As soon as you turn to us, we'll immediately commence work on your behalf to solve your problems quickly and efficiently. We promise to keep you informed and educated at every step, addressing all of your questions and concerns. It all begins with an initial consultation to determine what you qualify for and how we can help.
Contact us for assistance in fulfilling the requirements of your particular visa needs. As New Jersey immigration lawyers, we have extensive experience in the various types of visas and can simplify the procedure so that you make no costly mistakes. Call (800) 909-8129 or contact us online today!
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