Common Types of Visas to enter United States

A-1: ambassadors, public ministers, career diplomats, consular officers and the spouses, children and parents of such persons.

A-2: accredited officials and employees of foreign governments and the spouses, children and parents of such persons.

A-3: attendants, servants and personal employees of officials and employees who hold A-1 or A-2 visas and the spouses, children and parents of such persons.

B-1: up to six months for persons entering the United States to conduct business affairs such as: consulting with clients, meeting with business associates or attending professional, scientific or religious conventions. B-1 visitors are allowed to receive money for expenses in the U.S., but they cannot be paid a salary by an employer in this country.

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