Work Visa USA

There are more than 60 different types of USA working visas that you can apply for – providing you meet the right criteria. But that is often easier said than done because getting a work visa USA is very difficult and takes a long time if you’re trying to do it on your own.

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Global Visas complete thousands of Work Visa USA applications each week with many of our clients applying for USA work visas. We’ve been doing this for 15 years so we know a thing or two about how to apply for US work permits! By taking the free USA visa assessment, you allow an expert Global Visas consultant to analyse your details and determine your eligibility for US immigration.

Work Visas USA

USA Working Visas for Canadians

There are tens of thousands of Canadians every year who request help with how to apply for a USA working visa. For those who are gifted with “exceptional” abilities, there are options like the EB-1 visa and EB-2 visa. For those who are not as talented but are still willing to immigrate to USA to work can see whether they are eligible for the EB-3 visa, the EB-4 visa and the EB-5 visa. To find out your eligibility for the various types of visas, take the free assessment.

USA Working Visas Sponsorship

With the exception of those with extraordinary talent, candidates looking for USA working visas will need to be in possession of a definite, full-time job offer from a company in the United States. This is the case with the H1-B and the H2B USA working visa, generally the most popular work-based USA visa which functions similar to the UK work permit. Those who do not qualify for H1 Visas may be able to apply through the L1 Visa, which is also based upon a job offer and operates in a similar manner to the Intra Company Transfer (ICT) in the UK.

Student Work Visa USA

Just like with other successful countries, many students wish to come and pursue employment on a USA student work visa. If they’re from Australia and New Zealand then the obvious choice is the US Intern Work and Travel Program while those from Ireland often come via the US Student Work and Travel Program. Alternatively, the USA J-1 visa is an American visa that allows the applicant to participate in various exchange visitor programs whereby the applicant engages in skills training that can be applied in the applicant’s home country. Find out further information on our Student Visa USA page.

This is far from an extensive list and doesn’t contain every work visa in the USA. To find out what you might be suitable for, complete a FREE USA working visa application and let the experts at Global Visas help you move to your dream country.

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