Visa d'affaires - Visa B
Une business visa is available to foreign nationals who enter the U.S. for a limited duration for business (B-1) or both business and pleasure (B1/B2). The B category was designed to promote international travel that would produce cultural, social and economic benefits but it was not designed as a means to secure employment.
While a foreign national may not “work” with a business visa, he or she may engage in legitimate B-1 business activities without crossing the line into employment. If a foreign national is travelling to the U.S. to engage in any of the following activities, then they would be eligible for a business visa:
- Transactions commerciales;
- Effectuer des transactions commerciales;
- Entreprendre des recherches indépendantes;
- Participer à des congrès, conférences ou séminaires scientifiques, éducatifs, professionnels ou professionnels; ou
- Faire des recherches.
The above list is not exhaustive but rather the most common B-1 activities. What business activities a foreign national may engage in without violating US immigration laws are determined on a case-by-case basis and counsel should be sought to ensure full compliance. Canadians enjoy several US immigration benefits and one of the most notable ones is that they can apply for B status directly at a port-of-entry, as opposed to a US consulate.
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