Last updated on Aug 18th, 2017
Documentation, such as financial documents, company brochures, passports, photos and resumes that proves a foreign national and employer meet the necessary visa or green card requirements.
Types of Documentation
Supporting evidence that must accompany an employment-based visa application to prove eligibility, such as financial reports, company brochures, and other marketing and financial materials.
Supporting evidence, such as diplomas and certificates, which show the foreign national’s educational background.
Documents, such as the foreign national’s resume and diplomas, which help the employee prove his or her eligibility for a work visa.
Statements, such as annual reports, bank statements and income tax returns, that employers and foreign nationals can use to prove their eligibility for a visa category. For example, B-2 Business Visitor applicants often have to prove the beneficiaries have enough funds to support themselves during the length of stay in the United States.
Documentation, such as passports, receipts of form acceptances, previous visa approvals, etc.
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