NEW YORK — In the past five years, the U.S. has granted over 1.4 million D-2 visas.
That’s more than double the total for the same period of the previous five years.
But in that same time, more than 790,000 D-3 visas have been granted, a figure that’s more in line with other developed nations.
“The number of D-4 visas that we’ve granted, it’s about double what other countries have given out,” said Marc Morial, vice president of the U-M program for the Center for Immigration Studies.
D-4, or dual nationals of a country with a visa waiver program, are generally given a work visa and a work permit to work in the U