- H-1B Cap Issues
- H-1B Cap Exemptions
- Timing Issues for Cap-Subject H-1B Visas
- Legal Help from an Experienced H-1B Lawyer
- Tips for Collecting Evidence of Extraordinary Ability
- Building Your Case for Extraordinary Ability
The S visas were created for individuals who either leave the U.S. or fall out of valid non-immigrant status who then agree to cooperate with federal or state law enforcement agencies in the U.S. to aid in the investigation and prosecution of a criminal enterprise, or a terrorist organization or enterprise, and who are deemed by the Attorney General to be critical and reliable witnesses or informants. An application must be made on behalf of the witness directly by the interested federal or state law enforcement agency, which must be approved at the seat-of-government level, and the witness must sign a statement agreeing to the terms of S visa status.
If you have any questions about obtaining an S student visa, contact Karin Wolman!