Surprised with the subject line? It’s true! You can travel to more than 30 countries if you have a valid United States of America’s visa. We are sure that travelers from countries whose passport strength is not so great sprang in their seats after reading this title (they may not even wait to read this line and jump directly to the table giving more details but we are okay with it, we would have done the same).
There are two major categories of visas, we spoke about them in brief in the article dated on September 20, 2017, you can read it here. Today we would like to take a deeper dive into non-immigrant visas and divide them further into subcategories.
Non-immigrant visas are the mainstream visas and are used for everything ranging from recreational visits to business visits. A non-immigrant visa is issued to a person who wishes to be in other country on a temporary basis for tourism, medical treatment, business, temporary work or study etc. However, many of these visas do not allow you to live and work in the other country for extended periods of time. Instead, these visas are designed to allow visitors to visit other countries for a specific purposes.