The H-3 visa is for individuals who will receive training in almost any field, with the exception of graduate medical education or training, that is not available in the foreign national’s home country. The U.S. employer or organization that provides the training must demonstrate that 1) the training is not available in the foreign national’s own country, 2) he or she will not be placed in a regular work position in which U.S. workers are typically employed, 3) he or she will not engage in productive employment unless such employment is incidental and required for the training; and 4) the training will benefit the beneficiary in his or her further career development abroad. H-3 trainee visa cases must include a detailed training program. H-3 training may be approved for up to two years. H-3 family members may accompany the trainee to the U.S. in H-4 status but are not allowed to work.