Like an EB-1 immigrant visa, an O-1 visa is also for aliens who possess extraordinary abilities but are in the non-immigrant category. It is available for those who possess extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics or who have demonstrated a record of extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry and have been recognized nationally or internationally for those achievements.
Before you decide to apply for an O-1 Visa extension, you should make sure that you comply with certain requirements. It is pertinent because if you fail to comply with those requirements, your application for an extension could be rejected by the authorities.
You should keep track of when you will apply for an extension. Don’t apply too late otherwise, your O-1 visa status will expire before the approval of your extension application, and you have to leave the US.
What will happen if my O-1 visa extension application is denied?
What will happen after my O-1 visa extension application gets approved?
What about the family members and team members that have come with the O-1 applicant?
The approval of your O-1 visa extension application will depend on factors like the evidence showing the requirement, timing of your visa application, etc. Hiring an experienced immigration attorney is always a perk for the applicant and increases their chances of approval by submission of error-free application.