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The H-3 visa allows foreign nationals to temporarily live in the United States in order to complete training that is not available in the foreign national’s country of citizenship. H-3 training can be completed in any field, including, but not limited to commerce, agriculture, finance, government, transportation, business, or other professions. The only exception is that foreign nationals completing medical training are not eligible for H-3 visas. Applicants for an H-3 visa must be sponsored by a U.S. employer or organization and must demonstrate to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) that the foreign national trainee: will not be placed in a position that is in the normal operation of the business and in which U.S. Citizens and resident workers are normally employed; will not engage in productive employment unless such employment is incidental to and necessary to the training; and that the training will benefit the foreign national trainee in pursuing a career outside the United States. An H-3 petition must include a detailed training plan which clearly outlines the proposed training schedule and objectives. Although there is no cap on the number of H-3 Visas issued each year, it is important to consult with an attorney who has experience with business immigration to ensure the proper steps are taken in each phase of the application and petition process.