- B1/B2 – Visitors for Business or Pleasure
- H-1B – Temporary workers in a specialty occupation who have a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent
- L-1 – Managers of multinational companies and specialized knowledge workers
- E-1/E-2 – Investor nationals of certain countries who have treaties with the U.S.
- K-1 – Fiancé visas
- F-1 – Student visas
- H-2B – Temporary workers not in specialty occupations
- H-3 – Trainee visas
- J-1 – Exchange Visitor’s visas for scholars, medical residents, professors and researchers, specialist, job trainees, and others.
- R-1 – Religious workers both ordained and non-ordained
- O-1 – Extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences, athletics, education, or business
- P-1 – For athletes, artists, and entertainers
- TN – Special visas for nationals of Canada and Mexico under NAFTA