These temporary visas are known as non-immigrant visas and are requested at the corresponding consulates or embassies. In most of the working visas, the employer must get a labor certification first and then get an approval of an application from Immigration Office before the visa application at the American consulate.
On the other hand, for the student visa, the application must be accepted at the school first before applying for a visa.
The Consulate Officer has the discretionary power of issuing or denying the visa after all requirements are or not met. At the same time, he must be convinced that the person will leave the United States once the visa expires.
The applicant has the responsibility of complying with the visa requirements and if the visa is issued the applicant travel without any problems.
The duration of the visa will vary depending on the type requested. The officer at the port of entry will determine this.
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