Have you ever considered the possibility of working in one of the largest economies on earth?
The United States is considered the land of opportunity and houses a large number of multinational companies that grow year by year.
Below I will tell you, what are the basic requirements to work in the United States!
1) Permanent Resident Card (also known as the famous Green Card),
2) Work Permit, or
3) A work visa based on a job that allows you to work for a specific employer.
There are two types of work visas in the United States:
– Permanent (Immigrant) or Temporary (Nonimmigrant)
– Permanent worker (Immigrant)
A permanent worker is a person who is authorized to live and work permanently in the United States. The United States government grants a maximum of 140,000 immigrant visas for foreigners per year. Some immigrant visas require that the worker already have a job offer from a US employer in order to apply and / or an approved labor certification from the US Department of Labor.
Be sure to read my article on how to look for work in the United States!
Temporary worker (Nonimmigrant)
A temporary worker is a person who wants to enter the United States temporarily for a specific purpose. Once in the United States, temporary workers must limit themselves to the activity or reason for granting them a nonimmigrant visa. Usually, the process must be initiated by the United States employer by petitioning for the temporary worker.
If you want more details about work visas, here is a note with all the details.
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