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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.
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The spouse and unmarried, minor children of an applicant for H or L visas may also be classified as nonimmigrant in order to accompany or join the principal applicant.
** A person, who has received a H4 visa as the spouse or child of a temporary worker, may not accept employment in the United States.
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