Getting a visa to work as an artist in the United States can be a time-consuming and frustrating process. Government bureaucracy and red tape are a hassle, especially when you're only going to be working in the country for a short time.
As part of the lengthy immigration process, artists applying for O and P visas often need letters of consultation/no objection that vouch for their artistic excellence. These can be hard to get if you're not already in a union or other professional association (and sometimes even if you are). Fractured Atlas can help.
If you're working on an O or P artist's visa application — whether as an immigration attorney, an employer/petitioner, or a visiting artist/group of artists — we can review your materials to consider a letter of consultation/no objection to accompany your petition. As part of our programs and services, Fractured Atlas serves thousands of artists across the country and internationally, who represent every artistic discipline (including, among others, the performing, visual, literary, design, and media arts). This means we can help a wide variety of artists and creative professionals with the visa application process.
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