FOREIGN MEDIA REPRESENTATIVES: HOW TO BE AN “I” VISA HOLDER IN THE U.S.

Are you a photographer, writer or individual who works for a foreign media organization? Are you interested in coming to the U.S. to write stories or cover an event or to provide media support to your organization? Well, if so, the Media Visa (I Visa) may be for you.

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