An H-3 Trainee Visa allows you to come to the U.S. temporarily to receive training that is not available in your home country. You must be invited by an individual employer or organization to receive job-related training for work that you would ultimately do outside the U.S. To receive an H-3 visa, a U.S. employer or organization must show:
- The proposed training is not available to you in your native country;
- You will not be placed in a position in which U.S. workers are regularly employed;
- You will only engage in productive employment to the extent that such employment is incidental and necessary to your training; and
- The training will benefit you in pursuing a career outside the U.S.