- 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
V Non-Immigrant Visas
Certain spouses and children of lawful permanent residents who were beneficiaries of a family-based second preference petition filed before December 21, 2000, which was pending for at least three years, were eligible to receive V non-immigrant visas while awaiting the approval of the petition, the availability of an immigrant visa number, or the completion of adjustment of status. The V visa is essentially obsolete, as the statute has not been updated to cover more recent filings.
Feel free to contact Karin Wolman if you are in need of a NY V visa lawyer.