The G-1 diplomatic visa is a nonimmigrant visa which allows designated principal resident representatives of foreign governments recognized by the United States to enter into the U.S. to work for an international organization and not for personal business or pleasure. The staff and immediate family members of principal G-1 visa holders also qualify for a G-1 visa.
- "Visas for Employees of International Organizations and NATO". US Department of State. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
- 8 CFR 214.2 (m): Link to Title 8, Code of Federal Regulations.
- ICE: Becoming a nonimmigrant student in the United States
- State Department: Student visa information
- educationUSA: A guide to being a foreign student in the United States
- Visa wait times: Visa wait times at consulates around the world
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