H-1B3 Visa Law and Legal Definition
The H-1B3 Visa is a nonimmigrant Visa issued aliens who come temporarily to the U.S. to work as fashion models. The fashion model should be nationally or internationally recognized for his/her achievements, merit and abilities.
The U.S. employer has to sponsor the H1B3 petition to employ a foreign model. H-1B3 holders can bring their dependents to the U.S. Spouse and dependants of H1B3 holders 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.