The P-1 visa is designated for athletes and entertainers who seek to temporarily enter the U.S. as part of a group or team for one or more events or performances.
Individuals applying for a P-1 visa must demonstrate international recognition in their area of expertise and must have a petition submitted on their behalf by a U.S. employer or agent.
P-2 visas are for artists and entertainers who will, individually or as part of a group, perform under a reciprocal exchange program between an organization in the United States and an organization in another country.
P-3 visas apply to artists and entertainers who perform under a program that is culturally unique.
P-4 visas are for the spouse and children of a P-1, P-2, or P-3 visa holder, who are accompanying them in the United States.
Learn more about the P visas in the P Visa FAQs section.
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