The I-Visa (International Media) is a US work visa designed for representatives of foreign media (such as film, radio, and the press) with a home office that is outside of the USA who will relocate to the United States in order to work in this profession. Some of the occupations that qualify for the I-Visa include editors, film crews, reporters and similar foreign media-related jobs. I-Visas are generally issued to foreign nationals for the duration of their status as a foreign media representative working in the USA and it is not necessary to apply for renewal as long as the foreign media representative is still working for the same employer in the same media field. The spouse and children who are under 21 years of age can also apply for the relevant family visa to live in the United States. During 2018, there were 11,874 foreign nationals who were issued the I-Visa to live in the USA.