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NON-IMMIGRANT PEOPLE: USCIS CLASS CODES

ISSUE DATE: 04/2004

The following codes indicate non-immigrant status. The codes may be printed on the I-94, passport, visa, or other U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) correspondence. The codes begin with (A) through (R) and are followed by a dash and single digit number. To determine whether a non-immigrant is eligible for assistance, refer to 0011.03.27 (Undocumented and Non-Immigrant People).

A-#

Foreign government officials on business and their families.

B-#

Visitor for business or pleasure - not accepting employment.

C-#

Non-citizens in travel status while traveling through the U.S.A.

D-#

Non-citizen crew.

E-#

Treaty traders and investors and their families.

F-#

Students (may accept employment with written permission).

G-#

International organization representatives and their families.

H-#

Temporary workers, including agricultural workers.

I-#

Members of foreign press or news media and their family.

J-#

Exchange visitor under United States Department of State approved program.

K-#

Fiances and fiancees of United States citizens and their children.

L-#

Intra-company transferees and their families.

M-#

Students at vocational or non-academic institutions.

N-#

Parent of a non-citizen who is a special immigrant.

O-#

People with extraordinary ability in the sciences, art, education, business, or athletics and their families.

P-#

Participants in an athletic or artistic event.

Q-#

Participants in an international cultural exchange program.

R-#

Members of religious organizations and their families.

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