P Visa "Athletes, entertainment groups and their support personnel"
Visa for athletes, artists, and entertainers
It is still a dream for many artists to once get a job or be on stage in the land of opportunity. This is, however, only possible under certain conditions. The P visa category is for athletes, artists, and entertainers who want to work in the U.S. individually or as members of a team or group for a limited period of time.
Do I need an offer from a potential sponsor/employer?
What is the difference between P-1, P-2, and P-3 status?
Who qualifies for the P-1 category?
Who qualifies for the P-2 category?
Who qualifies for the P-3 category?
What type of visa will accompanying support personnel get?
Is there a cap on P visas?
How do I get an advisory opinion (consultation) from a U.S. labor organization?
How does the application process work?
If I am already in the U.S., can I still change to the P status?
For how long is the P visa valid?
Can I change my status to another visa category?
What type of visa do accompanying family members get?
What services does The American Dream offer?