When a foreign national (alien) applies for a visa to work in the United States, withdrawal of the visa application is not a matter of right. Find out more about the withdrawal of a visa application for admission at a US Port of Entry.
It has become increasingly difficult to obtain an H1-B Visa through the annual lottery making it difficult for employers to employ foreign professionals. As an employer, you should be aware of the alternatives to the H-1B lottery when recruiting and hiring foreign talent. Learn about some of the best alternatives to the H-1B visa lottery.
In an effort to assist employers in calculating new EAD expiration dates for employees eligible for automatic extensions, USCIS has created an EAD Automatic Extension Calculator. If you are an employee, the calculator will help you determine your employee’s eligibility. Find out how to calculate your employee’s new EAD expiration date here.
Before any foreign national can work in the United States, they must obtain proper work authorization. There are several different work visas available for Canadians to work and live in the United States. See what options are available for Canadians to work and live in the United States.
Before any foreign national can work in the United States, they must obtain proper work authorization. This is commonly referred to as a work visa. There are several different work visas available for Mexicans to work and live in the United States. See what options are available for Mexicans to work and live in the United States.
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has clarified the documentation that certain E and L nonimmigrant spouses may use as evidence of employment authorization based on their nonimmigrant status. Here’s a clear list of what you need.
If you are working in the United States on a nonimmigrant visa, your employer will ask for your Social Security number (SSN) along with proof of your legal authorization to work in the United States. In general, only those authorized to work in the United States by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) can obtain an SSN. But if your visa has expired, you’ve changed employers, or you have a new visa, what happens to your SSN?
There are many different options for US temporary work visas. Before a foreign national can engage in employment within the United States, proper US immigration work visa work authorization must be obtained. Here’s who is (and who isn’t) authorized to work in the United States on a temporary work visa.
While Canadian citizens are visa-exempt and generally do not require visas to enter the United States, for a visit, tourism, or temporary business purposes, Canadian business visitors are granted a stay in the US for up to six (6) months under the B-1 Visitor Visa classification . But what is a “business visitor?”
Each year, many people are left out of the H-1B Visa process when they are not selected in the H-1B Visa lottery. But even if your employee wasn’t selected, there might still be hope. Here are eight options to consider.