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Corporate Immigration:Temporary Visas:Employee and Business Visitors:H-3

H-3 Trainees

The H-3 visa classification is used by U.S. companies and institutions to bring foreign employees to the U.S. for up to two years to participate in an established company training program that is not available in the trainee's home country. The training must benefit the trainee and the individual must be able to apply what they have learned in their position in their home country. On the other hand, the trainee cannot be part of the normal operation of business or engage in productive employment while they are "training" in the U.S.

When a company decides to pursue H-3 classification for a trainee, Grzeca Law Group assists the company in providing an extremely specific and detailed training plan to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS), including the specific amount of time that will be spent learning each task, why the applicant needs the training and how the individual will use the acquired skills. The company must also show that it has the financial resources for training and explain the trainee's salary, if applicable.

Employers may want to consider using B-1/B-2 visitor classification in lieu of the H-3 training program when the trainee will only be coming for six months or less and will continue to be paid from abroad.

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