Entry Visa Law and Legal Definition
The entry visa is that the US State Department adds to a page in an individual’s passport. The granting of an entry visa means that the individual has permission to enter the U.S. for a particular purpose. However, it should be noted that an expired visa does not affect an individual's legal stay in the U.S. The visa can be expired till the I-94 card is valid. However, if the individual leaves the U.S., a valid visa is necessary to enter again and a person shall not be able to enter the U.S. with an expired visa.