Hello, I need some information about a supposed Delta policy about not supporting US Visas for employees who want to move there. I'm looking for a way to bring my girlfriend in the USA so we can live together. She works for Delta outside of the USA. She heard that Delta has a policy not to support those Visas and employee transfers between countries. ("Supporting" is the word she uses when explaining this to me, I assume this means "Sponsoring"). I'm trying to get clarifications on what this means: Is it simply that Delta doesn't cover the costs for Visa applications? (we could look at covering the costs ourselves). Or is it that Delta strictly refuse to even sign and put their name on the paperwork, even if they don't have to pay anything? I just need a straight answer from someone in the know about that Delta policy, if such a policy does indeed exist. Anyone knows about this and can shed some light? Notes: - She has been inquiring from within Delta for months, but it's a huge company and so far it has been impossible to get confirmation of this. - I don't need legal advice at this point, nor assistance from an immigration lawyer (we already have one) or whether or not she even meets requirements for such or such class of Visa--thys is beyond the scope of my question. I just need information from someone working at Delta that either has prior experience with a similar situation or is directly involved in this process for visas and would have an unequivocal answer (maybe someone from Human resources, or a Hiring Manager/Director?).