Category Archives: Employment Based Immigration
Do Immigrants Pay Taxes In The United States?
As a United States citizen, you will be issued a Social Security Number (SSN). If you are an eligible resident of the country, you may also be assigned a SSN after successfully applying for one. The SSN identifies each citizen and qualified resident through a nine-digit number, and it is helpful for a variety… Read More »
Common Visas That Allow Foreign Persons To Work In The United States
There are many ways to legally enter and reside in the United States for work reasons. Work visas are considered to be temporary/non-immigrant visas that are sought by foreign workers looking to be in the United States for a limited or fixed amount of time. Sometimes, these visas are based upon employer petitions although… Read More »
Can A U.S. Employer Sponsor Me For A Visa?
If you are interested in immigrating to the United States, one way that you can obtain a Visa is to have an employer sponsor you by helping you get a work visa. There are a number of work visas available, and the right one for you depends on a number of factors, including your… Read More »
Can I Switch Jobs If I’m Here On An Employer-Based Green Card?
Many people immigrate to the United States for jobs with the help of employment-based visas. In order to receive an employment-based greencard, you must have an employer to sponsor you. They will have to offer you a “permanent” position and will have to verify the availability of that position for you multiple times throughout… Read More »
What Is An H2B Visa?
If you are a foreign-national looking for a way to work temporarily in the United States, the H2B Visa may provide a means of doing just that, provided the work you are coming here to do is non-agricultural. The H2B Visa is a popular option for employers in the resort and landscaping industries to… Read More »