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Looking to work in the United States? You’re in luck! The Land of Opportunity offers a diverse range of work visas for individuals seeking employment. From the H-1B visa for specialized occupations to the L-1 visa for multinational transfers, there’s something for everyone. But wait, there’s more! And if you’re an extraordinary talent in your field, the O visa might be your golden ticket. Need a short-term gig? Check out the H-2B visa for seasonal work. Last but not least, the J-1 visa allows you to participate in work-and-study-based exchange programs, fostering cultural exchange and mutual understanding. So don’t miss out on your chance to work in the U.S. – the possibilities are endless!

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1. H-1B Visa:
The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows U.S. employers to temporarily employ foreign workers in specialty occupations. To qualify for an H-1B visa, the applicant must have a job offer from a U.S. employer for a position that requires a specialized knowledge and a bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field. The employer must also file a Labor Condition Application (LCA) with the Department of Labor and petition for the H-1B visa on behalf of the employee.

2. L-1 Visa:
The L-1 visa is designed for intracompany transferees who work for a multinational company and are being transferred to a U.S. office. There are two types of L-1 visas: L-1A for managers and executives, and L-1B for employees with specialized knowledge. To qualify for an L-1 visa, the applicant must have worked for the foreign company for at least one continuous year within the past three years and be coming to the U.S. to work in a managerial, executive, or specialized knowledge capacity.

3. E-3 Visa:
The E-3 visa is specifically for Australian nationals who wish to work in the United States. It is similar to the H-1B visa, but it is only available to Australian citizens. To qualify for an E-3 visa, the applicant must have a job offer from a U.S. employer, possess the necessary qualifications for the position, and meet the requirements of the specific job category.

4. TN Visa:
The TN visa is available to Canadian and Mexican citizens who work in certain professional occupations. It is based on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and allows citizens of Canada and Mexico to work in the United States in pre-approved professional categories such as engineering, accounting, and science. To qualify for a TN visa, the applicant must have a job offer from a U.S. employer and meet the specific educational and professional requirements for their occupation.

5. O Visa:
The O visa is for individuals with extraordinary ability or achievement in their field, including arts, sciences, education, business, or athletics. There are several categories of O visas, including O-1A for individuals with extraordinary ability in business, science, education, or athletics, and O-1B for individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts. To qualify for an O visa, the applicant must provide evidence of their extraordinary ability or achievement and have a job offer from a U.S. employer.

6. H-2B Visa:
The H-2B visa is for temporary non-agricultural workers who will be employed in seasonal or peak-load need positions. To qualify for an H-2B visa, the applicant must have a valid job offer from a U.S. employer and meet the specific requirements for the temporary position, such as having the necessary skills or experience.

7. J-1 Visa:
The J-1 visa is for individuals participating in work-and-study-based exchange visitor programs. It is designed to promote cultural exchange and mutual understanding between the people of the United States and other countries. To qualify for a J-1 visa, the applicant must be sponsored by an approved exchange program and meet the specific requirements of that program. U.S. Cintizenship and Immigration Services 

Since 2005, our visa agency Visas by James has obtained hundreds of visas for foreigners who wish to study, work, invest, and live in Colombia. We are the oldest expat visa business in Colombia. We also have more attorneys in office than any other visa agency in Colombia. In addition to our visa services we offer a full range of legal and accounting services to our clients. By having a legal and accounting firm work on your application, we are able to handle any surprises or last minute requests by immigration officials.

Our Story

James Lindzey the owner of Visas by James has worked as a private investigator and paralegal in the United States from the 90s until he moved to Colombia in 2005. James arrived in Colombia in 2005 and started doing visas for expats in 2007.

In addition to our visa services our agency offers a full range of legal and accounting services to our clients. We are able to assist better in document collection services in the United States because of James legal experience in the United States.

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Once you receive online visa approval, if doing this in Colombia, you need to travel to Bogotá to get the visa in your passport. Visas in Colombia are issued at the Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores office in Bogotá. Their office is located at Avenida 19 # 98-03, Torre 100 Building, 3rd Floor. It’s open from 7:30 am until noon.

The major challenge with getting a Colombian visa yourself is dealing with a government bureaucracy, making a trip to Bogota and not understanding the laws properly if you are not fluent in Sanish. 

This is where you can benefit from the services of an experienced visa agency such as Visas by James. A visa agency such ours is your best bet when it comes to obtaining visa for you. An experienced visa agency which has processed hundreds of visas and knows exactly what is needed for each type of visa is exactly what you need.

Another big benefit of using a visa agency is that they offer services to courier your passport to Bogotá to get the visa put in your passport. So, you can avoid a trip to Bogotá. The cost of a visa service including the service to courier your passport to Bogotá can even be cheaper than the cost of a trip to Bogotá.

About Our Visa Services

We can guie you through the most Complicated Immigration Situations. Our aim is to make life easier for expatriates in Colombia! 

We organize your immigration profile so that your Colombian visa application is successful.
We elaborate and structure all the necessary documents for your Colombian visa application.
Presentation of a Colombian visa before the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or any Colombian consulate

Registration and orientation when you are getting you Colombian ID (Cedula de extranjeria).

We monitor your visa application process .

Translation Legalization and apostille of the documents required for your visa application.
Chat Over WhatsApp – get your visa questions answered fast.
Online quotes – get immediate quotes for visa and other legal services
Courier your passport to Bogotá to get the visa in your passport.

Please let us know if you need more information, or we can set up a consultation in order to provided you personalized guide.

Our main office is located in Medellin, Colombia near Parque Lleras in El Poblado. We have representation in Bogota, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale. Our main office address is  Cra 39#5A-95, Oficina 709, Edificio Avangarde. We accept walk in appointments but its always nice if you can let us know ahead of time so we can schedule a time. Areas codes in Colombia have changed. To reach our office please call (57) 604-444-6634.

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