H-1B2 Visa Law and Legal Definition
The H-1B2 Research and Development Project Visa is reserved to aliens who come temporarily to the U.S. to perform exceptional services related to a cooperative and development project governed by the Department of Defense (DoD). The H-1B2 Visa application must be filed by the DoD and must contain 1) a description of the proposed employment and evidence that the services and project meets the H-1B2 Visa conditions; 2) a statement listing the names of all aliens who are not permanent residents who have been employed on the project within the past year, along with their dates of employment; and 3) all relevant document evidencing that the alien has the required qualifications.
Duration of H1B2 Visa is up to ten years, which can be further extended for five years. Thereafter to obtain a new H1B2 Visa, the alien must spend at least one year outside the U.S. The spouse and dependants of the H1B2 Visa holder are allowed to enter the U.S on a H4 Visa. They are not allowed to work. However, they can attend school and college in the U.S.