Visa for Dancers

Elizee Law Firm is a full service immigration law firm. We can guide you through your current immigration issues. If you are a dancers, we can help you obtain the proper visa. 

Visa for Dancers

O-1 Visa for a Dancer

The O visa is a temporary (nonimmigrant) visa reserved for those of extraordinary ability which includes the art of professional dancing. Extraordinary ability means a high level of achievement evidenced by a degree of skill and recognition substantially above what is ordinarily encountered.

O-1 Requirements

To qualify for the O-1 as a dancer, the candidate must demonstrate “extraordinary achievement” as evidenced by either a major, national, or international award or nomination with companies of a distinguished reputation, press discussing the individual performance, high salary, and reference letters from industry experts.

P-2 Visa for a Dancer

The P-2 visa  classification is available to professional dancers, coming temporarily to the United States to perform, either individually or as part of a group under a reciprocal exchange program between an organization in the United States and an organization in another country.

 

P-2 Visa Basic Requirements:

1. The artist or entertainer must be entering the United States through a                 government recognized reciprocal exchange program.

2. The artist or entertainer she must possess skills comparable to those of the US     artists and entertainers taking part in the program outside the United States.

3. If the events or performances will take place in multiple areas, an itinerary,         listing the dates and locations of the events, must be submitted.

 

P-3 Visa for a Dancer

 

The P-3 visa classification is available to artists and entertainers, coming temporarily to the United States to perform, teach or coach, either individually or as part of a group, under a program that is culturally unique.

 

P-3 Visa Basic Requirement:

 

The artist or entertainer must be coming to the U.S. for the purpose of developing, interpreting, representing, coaching, or teaching a unique or traditional ethnic, folk, cultural, musical, theatrical, or artistic performance or presentation.

 

Elizee Law Firm is full service immigration law firm. We can guide you and your family through your current immigration case. Our staff is fluent in Spanish and Haitian Creole. Contact us at (305) 371-8846. 

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Elizee Law Firm is a full service immigration law firm. We can guide you through your current immigration issues. If you are a dancers, we can help you obtain the proper visa. 

Visa for Dancers

O-1 Visa for a Dancer

The O visa is a temporary (nonimmigrant) visa reserved for those of extraordinary ability which includes the art of professional dancing. Extraordinary ability means a high level of achievement evidenced by a degree of skill and recognition substantially above what is ordinarily encountered.

O-1 Requirements

To qualify for the O-1 as a dancer, the candidate must demonstrate “extraordinary achievement” as evidenced by either a major, national, or international award or nomination with companies of a distinguished reputation, press discussing the individual performance, high salary, and reference letters from industry experts.

P-2 Visa for a Dancer

The P-2 visa  classification is available to professional dancers, coming temporarily to the United States to perform, either individually or as part of a group under a reciprocal exchange program between an organization in the United States and an organization in another country.

 

P-2 Visa Basic Requirements:

1. The artist or entertainer must be entering the United States through a                 government recognized reciprocal exchange program.

2. The artist or entertainer she must possess skills comparable to those of the US     artists and entertainers taking part in the program outside the United States.

3. If the events or performances will take place in multiple areas, an itinerary,         listing the dates and locations of the events, must be submitted.

 

P-3 Visa for a Dancer

 

The P-3 visa classification is available to artists and entertainers, coming temporarily to the United States to perform, teach or coach, either individually or as part of a group, under a program that is culturally unique.

 

P-3 Visa Basic Requirement:

 

The artist or entertainer must be coming to the U.S. for the purpose of developing, interpreting, representing, coaching, or teaching a unique or traditional ethnic, folk, cultural, musical, theatrical, or artistic performance or presentation.

 

Elizee Law Firm is full service immigration law firm. We can guide you and your family through your current immigration case. Our staff is fluent in Spanish and Haitian Creole. Contact us at (305) 371-8846. 

Visa for Dancers

Actors and Actresses

Artists and Graphic Designers

TV and Film

Music Producer

Fashion Models

Dancers

Parents and Families

Green Card for Extraordinary Athletes and Artists

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