The Sweldon family are nationals of the United Kingdom (UK). Jeff, the father, has a Bachelor of Science Degree in engineering and is presently employed a as a manager at Proctor and Gamble in the UK. He has worked at the UK location for 5 years. Proctor and Gamble has U.S. headquarters in Atlanta, Miami, and Manhattan. Judy, the wife, is a doctor. She got a job offer at Genoa City Memorial Hospital in New Jersey. She recently inherited $500,000 when her rich uncle passed away.
Their son Donald, 22-years-old, was studying engineering in the U.S. on a F-1 Visa and recently graduated from Tulane University. He just received his first post-graduate job offer in the engineering field. Their 25-year-old daughter Camille would like to study phlebotomy. Unfortunately, she cannot find anyone in the UK to work with her. Jeff has contacts with Lab Tech Medical Corporation and they specialize in phlebotomy. The president is willing to give Camille a trainee position. Camille, however, does not wish to stay in the U.S. Their daughter Tiffany was born in the U.S. She has a U.S. passport, but has been away from the U.S. for the last six months. Tiffany is dating Kirk who was born in the UK like the rest of her family. Since Kirk’s dad is rich, he has never worked. He is not sure that he truly wants to live in the U.S. However, he’s always wanted to go to Maui.
The entire Sweldon family, including Kirk, would like to come to live in the U.S. to make better lives for themselves. Since everyone’s circumstance seems to be different, they are confused as to how they can all live together in the U.S.
In a memorandum, please explain which visa category or categories you would assign to each family member.