Non Immigrant Visas-D
|Types of Nonimmigrant Visa|
|A||Diplomats and foreign government officials|
|B||Visitors for business or pleasure (B-1/B-2 information)|
|E||Treaty Traders and Investors (E-1 & E-2 information) |
|F||Students (academic) (F-1 information)|
|I||Representatives of foreign media|
|J||Exchange Program students, scholars, trainees, teachers, research assistants, medical graduates, etc. (J-1 information)|
|K||Fiancees of U.S. citizens|
|L||Intracompany transferees (L-1 information) |
|M||Students (vocational) (M-1 information) |
|N||Parents or children of an alien accorded Special Immigrant status|
|O||Individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences, business, athletics, movies, or television|
|P||Athletes and entertainers - highly qualified individuals / groups as well as accompanying group members|
|Q||Participants in international cultural programs|
|S||Individuals coming to the U.S. to testify in a criminal proceeding|
|TN||Canadians and Mexicans entering under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)|
D - Crewmen
Crewmen serving in good faith for normal operations aboard vessels may apply for the D-1 Visa. This classification includes musicians, stewards, technicians and chefs. The applicant may temporarily remain in the U.S. and may only partaking in his/her 'crewmen' duties while in the U.S. The applicant’s vessel cannot be involved in fishing, and its home port must be in the U.S. D-1 Visas may be issued for individuals or for an entire crew.
Crewmen serving in good faith for normal operations aboard vessels may apply for the D Visa. This classification includes musicians, stewards, technicians and chefs. This visa is specifically issued to a crewperson who serves aboard a fishing vessel with a home port or base of operation in the U.S. The applicant should plan to land in and depart from Guam as a part of his/her crew duties.
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