An individual beneficiary of an O-1 Visa must be planning to go to the
U.S. for proposed work. This proposed work can be made in the form of
a job offer or an itinerary.
Usually, the petitioning company makes the
job offer to the individual beneficiary. The job offer should, at the very least,
contain the following information:
1) Name of the employer/petitioner
2) Location of the proposed work
3) Describe the nature of the proposed work
4) Proposed salary
5) Dates of employment
In the event that the individual beneficiary is required to work in more
than one location, then the petitioning company or agent must provide an
itinerary. If an agent is acting as the individual beneficiary's employer, then
the agent MUST provide an itinerary. The itinerary should, at the very
least, include the following information:
1) Proposed work or type of work the individual beneficiary will be doing
2) All locations for the proposed work
3) Dates of the proposed work
The O-1 Visa is a type of work visa. However, an O-1 Visa is different
from other work visas in that it is for individuals who possess extraordinary
ability in certain fields. These fields include:
A demonstrated record of extraordinary achievement in the motion picture
or television industry and have been recognized nationally or internationally
for those achievements.
If you are a foreign individual who has been presented with a job offer
in the U.S. by a U.S. employer, you may qualify for an O-1 Visa. Please
call us at (562) 464-6934 for a free consultation. At the Law Offices
of Michael M. Felix, we specialize in obtaining O-1 Visas. We have worked
on thousands of O-1 Visa applications and have over ten years of experience.
With a 99.9% approval rate, we know what it takes to submit an approvable
O-1 Visa application. Call us today.