Information about different Visas used for immigration:
H-1B Visas : temporary work visas for workers in specialty occupations.
K-1 visas : for a fiance' or fiancee'
K-3 visas : for a spouse of a . citizen. Often referred to as the marriage visa.
E Visas : for investors conducting international business.
L Visas : for employee transfers
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