The purpose of the trip you intend to make and other data will determine what type of visa is required under U.S. immigration laws.
Non-immigrant Visas — A document issued by a U.S. consular officer abroad that allows you to travel to the United States.
• Business & Tourism (B1/B2).
• Members of a commercial crew or flight crew (C1/D).
• Student Visas (F & M).
• Academic Exchange Visas (J).
• Petition-Based Employment (H, L, O, P).
• Religious Professions (R1).
• Domestic employees (B-1).
• Press and Media (I).
• Traders (E-1).
• Investors (E-2).
• Members of International Organizations (G).
• Diplomats and Employees, Federal Mexican Government (A).
• NAFTA (TN).
• Victims of Human Trafficking (T).
• Victims of Criminal Acts (U).
• Citizens of another country.
An immigrant visa — It is a document issued by a U.S. consular officer abroad that allows you to travel to the United States and apply for admission as a lawful permanent resident (LPR).
• Certain family members of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident.
• Fiancé(e) of a U.S. citizen.
• Employment-based immigrants.