Visual Arts

The visual arts make up an industry of their own with an array of nuanced specialties within.

The difficulty of determining which program to pursue, whether lecturing or a gallery exhibition will prove beneficial for your art or simply, whether you require a visa to perform at a convention or competition are all questions that we have been asked.

And they are all questions that we have helped our clients answer with success.

We often counsel fine artists, commercial artists (e.g., graphics artists, VFX specialists), illustrators, and photographers in matters concerning immigration, copyright, trademarks, rights of privacy and publicity, licensing, advertising, and promotions.

We appreciate how important your creativity is, and that is why we streamline the immigration process, thereby allowing you to focus on your craft, rather than worry about whether you’ll be able to continue perfecting it while in the U.S.

Having prepared and submitted successful visa petitions for sculptors, painters, illustrators, graphics designers, special-effects artists, photographers, and many more, no matter your media of choice, we will work with you to figure out which visa will be best for you.

We add to our experience in evaluating and determining the best visa for a particular artist by frequently advising individuals and entities about some of their fundamental transactions. We draft and review agreements for acquisitions, auctions, commissions, sales, gallery representation, licensure, publication, distribution, and donation.

If you are in the midst of developing your new work, but can’t shake the thoughts about immigration or business, feel free to ask Siri to call us—we assume your hands are likely dirty or eyes glued to your medium—and, as art lovers, we would welcome the chance to speak with you regarding your craft.

If you want to talk about your immigration or business matter, we would welcome the opportunity to do that, as well.

Do you require entry to the US in 60 days or less? (required)

Visual Arts

The visual arts make up an industry of their own with an array of nuanced specialties within.

The difficulty of determining which program to pursue, whether lecturing or a gallery exhibition will prove beneficial for your art or simply, whether you require a visa to perform at a convention or competition are all questions that we have been asked.

And they are all questions that we have helped our clients answer with success.

We often counsel fine artists, commercial artists (e.g., graphics artists, VFX specialists), illustrators, and photographers in matters concerning immigration, copyright, trademarks, rights of privacy and publicity, licensing, advertising, and promotions.

We appreciate how important your creativity is, and that is why we streamline the immigration process, thereby allowing you to focus on your craft, rather than worry about whether you’ll be able to continue perfecting it while in the U.S.

Having prepared and submitted successful visa petitions for sculptors, painters, illustrators, graphics designers, special-effects artists, photographers, and many more, no matter your media of choice, we will work with you to figure out which visa will be best for you.

We add to our experience in evaluating and determining the best visa for a particular artist by frequently advising individuals and entities about some of their fundamental transactions. We draft and review agreements for acquisitions, auctions, commissions, sales, gallery representation, licensure, publication, distribution, and donation.

If you are in the midst of developing your new work, but can’t shake the thoughts about immigration or business, feel free to ask Siri to call us—we assume your hands are likely dirty or eyes glued to your medium—and, as art lovers, we would welcome the chance to speak with you regarding your craft.

If you want to talk about your immigration or business matter, we would welcome the opportunity to do that, as well.

Do you require entry to the US in 60 days or less? (required)