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P Visas
(P1 Visa, P2 and P3 Visas - Performing Entertainers and Athletes)

The P visa category is appropriate for group of artists entering the United States on trips of limited duration, athletes and culturally unique artists.

P-1 Visas:
The P1 visa is generally made available to internationally known athletes, individually or as part of a group or team, and entertainment groups. Individual athletes, athletic teams, and entertainment groups generally must meet the basic standard of international recognition.

P-2 Visas:
The P2 visa is reserved for artists and entertainers who perform individually or as part of a group, pursuant to a reciprocal exchange program between one or more U.S. organizations and one or more such organizations in other countries that provides for the temporary exchange of artists and entertainers.

P-3 Visas:
The P3 visa is granted to culturally unique artists and entertainers, individually or as a group, coming to the United States to develop, interpret, represent, coach, or teach their particular art or discipline.

The LL.M. Law Group understands that obtaining a visa for performing entertainers and athletes to work in the United States can sometimes be difficult. Please read below to learn more about how the LL.M. Law Group can help you start working, and stop worrying.

The LL.M. Law Group can help obtain a P visa for the following:

  • U.S. companies and agents to bring athletes or entertainers to the United States
  • Entertainers recognized as outstanding coming to tour in the United States
  • Internationally recognized athletes or athletic teams to participate in an event of international standing
  • Distinguished circus artists
  • Artists entering the U.S. through a recognized reciprocal exchange program
  • Artists and entertainers entering the U.S. to perform in a culturally unique program
  • Artists to teach or coach or otherwise enhance the development or understanding of culturally unique art forms
  • Support personnel of artists and entertainers

Please refer to the LL.M. Law Group's immigration consultation procedures to begin.



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