Irvine D Visa Attorney
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D visas or Crew Visas are required for any crew serving aboard aircrafts and sea vessels in the U.S. If you need to apply for a D visa or any combination of C-1 visa, D, visa, and B-1 visa, reach out to Yekrangi & Associates today!
Types of Visas for Crew Members
Depending on the type of vessel you will be on or the reason for your visit, you may need a combination of visas.
Common types of visa combinations for crew members:
- For some vessels that are only moving through the U.S. or its waters, crew need to carry a combination transit/crew visa (C-1 visa/D visa).
- For some vessels within the Outer Continental Shelf, crew can carry a modified B-1 visa instead of the C visa.
- Crew members who are visiting within the U.S. in between their time on sea/in air must also get a B-1/B-2 visa.
- If applying for both C-1/D and B-1/B-2, only one application fee is required.
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