Working in the U.S. with an H-1B Visa
Foreign nationals who believe their job is covered in the “specialty occupation” category may consider applying for an H-1B visa, which can qualify them to work in the United States.
Individuals applying for H-1B visas are initially required to prove a valid employer-employee relationship with the employer wishing to hire the potential visa holder. In addition, interested applicants should have a bachelor’s degree, or other specialty training related to their occupation. A specialty occupations is any profession that typically requires the minimum of a bachelor’s degree or higher to work in. For example, individuals who wish to be employed as teachers, pharmacists, engineers, accountants or information technology professionals may apply for an H-1B visa.
If you are a foreign national applying for an H-1B visa, a lawyer at the AmLaw Group may be able to help you with the application process. Find out how we can assist you by calling (786) 876-9919 to discuss your situation.
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