Life in the U.S. for Temporary Work Visa Holders and Families

Initially, the primary holder of a work-based visa to the U.S. usually has a clear task: to do a job, often for the employer who petitioned for him or her. But questions often arise later, around renewals or whether the person can go on to receive a green card. And  for the accompanying husband and wife or children of the visa holder, what to do while in the U.S. can be less clear, and is sometimes restricted by the terms of their visas. This page explores the possibilities for nonimmigrant visa holders living in the U.S. and their families.  

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