Work Visas for Fashion Models

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U.S. immigration law permits fashion models to get the same type of visa held by foreign professionals holding bachelor’s degrees or higher, without the required education. This visa is the H-1B. In order for a U.S. employer to utilize the H-1B visa for fashion models, the modeling work must require a model of prominence. The following are the general requirements that must be met in order to petition with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services – USCIS for H-1B status for a fashion model.

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