P Visa for Athletes and Entertainers
P Entertainment Visa
P Visa USA for Athletes and Entertainers
P Visa Guide Content
P Visa Requirements:
- The P-1 Visa classification applies to individuals who compete at an internationally recognized level.
- The P-2 Visa classification is for individuals who are entertainers or a part of a performance group that perform on a reciprocal exchange program with U.S. organizations. Necessary documentation includes formal reciprocal exchange agreements, descriptions of the exchange program, and evidence of qualifying skills.
- The P-3 Visa applicant must be at least 18 years of age, be qualified to perform the work as specified on the petition, communicate effectively, and have not resided in the United States during the last year before arrival on a P-3 Visa.
Similar Visa Categories:
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- F-1 Visa: Student visa for academic studies in an accredited U.S. educational institution.
- J-1 Visa: Exchange visitor visa for cultural exchange programs, including internships and research.
- O-1 Visa: Visa for individuals with extraordinary ability in sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics.
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- E-2 Visa: Treaty investor visa for individuals investing a substantial amount in a U.S. business.
- B-1 Visa: Temporary business visitor visa for individuals attending conferences, meetings, or engaging in consulting.
- H-2B Visa: Seasonal nonagricultural worker visa for temporary employment in specific industries.
- H-3 Visa: Visa for individuals receiving training that is not available in their home country.
- E-1 Visa: Treaty trader visa for individuals engaged in substantial trade between the U.S. and their home country.
- R-1 Visa: Visa for religious workers coming to the U.S. to work in a religious capacity.
- K-1 Visa: Fiancé(e) visa for individuals engaged to U.S. citizens and planning to marry in the U.S.
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