The G-1 diplomatic visa is a nonimmigrant visa which allows designated principal resident representatives of foreign governments recognized by the U.S. to enter into the U.S. to work for an international organization and not for personal business or pleasure. The staff and immediate family members of principal G-1 visa holders also qualify for G-1 visa.
Note: Principal applicant's spouse and unmarried sons and daughters of any age, or close relatives by blood, marriage, or adoption who are not members of some other household and who will reside regularly in the household of the principal alien are immediate family members.
To qualify for G-1 visa, you must be:
Note: You may be eligible even if you are not a national of the foreign country where you reside.