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Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com.
A "B" visa is appropriate if the artist will not be paid in USA, other than for travel and incidental expense.
An "O-1" Visa is for an individual artist of International Renown - well known outside their home country. A "P-1" is for a performing group that meets the same standard.
"P-2" Visas are issued on reciprocal basis between countries. You may want to contact the US consulate to see if they have programs for Australia.
"P-3" Visas are for groups that are Culturally Unique - for instance, folk musicicians.
You may be able to apply for a green card if you meet the requirements of EB-1, aliens with extraordinary ability or based upon a job offer, and of course, if a family-based possibility exists
If you withdrew your application, you were not deported. You could apply for a work visa.