Important Travel Document Information – Please Read
In order to be eligible for a G visa, you must be travelling to the United States in the course of your official obligations. The G-1 visa is for members of a recognised government’s permanent mission to an international organisation; the G-2 visa is for representatives of a recognised government travelling temporarily to the United States to attend meetings of a designated international organisation, and the G-3 visa is for representatives of non-recognized or non-member governments. G-4 visas are issued to individual personnel who are proceeding to the United States to attend meetings of a recognised government’s permanent mission to an international organisation.
It is a nonimmigrant visa that is granted to designated principal resident representatives of foreign governments recognised by the United States who wish to enter the United States to work for an international organisation such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, or other similar organisations rather than for personal business or pleasure. In addition to the major G-1 Visa holders, G-1 Visas are available to their employees and immediate family members (spouse and children). Their dependents may only work if they have received approval from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. While on a G-1 visa, their dependents are eligible to apply for full-time education opportunities.
A Visa is required for any foreign national wishing to enter the United States. It could be a non-immigrant visa for a short period of time or an immigrant visa for a long period of time. To enter the United States, Indians must get a non-immigrant visa.