As of May 1, 2017, the B1 and B2 visas will be replaced with the H1A and H2A visas, respectively.
The visa changes will allow H1B and H1C visa holders to come to the United States with their spouse, parent, or child and will not require an interview with an immigration official.
This is the first time the two visa types will be merged into one visa type.
The H1 Visa is currently available for H1 B and H3 visa holders, with an annual cap of $1,000,000.
However, this will increase to $1.2 million annually after April 1, 2018.
H1B visa holders will be able to come into the United State with their spouses, parents, or children in the form of a business entity, with the ability to petition for their visa to be extended by an additional 30 days for additional work experience, as long as the entity meets all requirements.
The current H1 visa allows a foreign individual to come in and work in the United Sates for up to five years.
The H1c visa allows an individual to stay in the U.S. for up an additional two years.
The changes will impact those individuals who have lived and worked in the state for at least five years, but have not applied for an H1b or H1a visa.
The new visa will be available for up a year, allowing the new H1-c visa holders the ability for additional additional work.
This means that anyone with two or more years of residency in the US and two years of work experience can apply for a new H2-c Visa to stay and work for two more years.
Those who are H2B and have worked in a U.s. city or state for two years will be allowed to apply for the H2a Visa.
The additional five years of working experience allows those H2 visa holders who work in a city or town to work in another state for a year instead of being limited to a two-year stay in that state.
The two visa changes also bring new opportunities to H1 and H4 visa holders.
Previously, an H2b visa holder could only apply for H2 visas through an application for an I-765 form or by filling out an online application.
The new H4 Visa will be the same as an H3, but will allow an H4 business entity to be granted an additional 10 years of residence in the country.
Previously the H4 was limited to 10 years.
This change will allow anyone with an H5 or H6 business entity and two-years of work in any state to apply and obtain a visa.
This is the second time the US.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced a major change to the H-1B Visa program.
Last year, the Department announced it would begin processing new H-4 visas to allow those with an existing H-2 visa to bring their H-5 and H-6 businesses in.
In an effort to make the visa process easier for U. s workers, the H3B visa is available for anyone who has an H-3B business entity.
The current H3-B visa will expire on March 30, 2020.
This visa can be renewed for up 30 days and can be used to stay permanently in the USA.