Miami, Florida is a melting pot for foreign workers. The city welcomes thousands of immigrant workers every year but in order for them to work in the United States there is a list of documents needed. There are a few different types of visas for foreign workers depending on the field of occupation. The process to obtain a work visa can be complicated due to the documentation required. Here at VisaPlace we are skilled at executing this process at an accelerated rate to achieve your goal of working in America.
The city of Miami is the 42nd most populous city in the United States of America. The Miami metropolitan area has a combined population of more than 5.5 million people which ranks as the seventh largest in the United States. Many immigrants come to Miami to work because of the affordability to live compared to the other major cities in America. The income tax in Miami is considerably lower compared to other major cities in America. For example, an average web designer in San Francisco makes $124,000 a year which is about $1,490 a week after taxes. In Miami, it would be $1,700 a week. That means that a web designer would save $11,000 a year living in Miami rather than San Francisco. It would be extremely beneficial to obtain a work visa in Miami because your average income would be higher than immigrating to Los Angeles, New York, or San Francisco.
“I want to live in a city where immigration is seen as a new source of strength” – Martin Firrell
Other than the significantly lower income tax, Miami also has an affordable homes and apartments for immigrant workers here in the United States on a work visa. A two bedroom condo in Miami is about half as expensive to rent a two bedroom condo in San Francisco and New York City. Many immigrant workers come to live and work in Miami because the lifestyle is effective and affordable.
Immigrant workers coming to Miami with a work visa also don’t have to worry much about transportation to and from jobs. Most immigrant workers can traverse to and from work using the public transportation. Miami provides the Metrorail, Metrobus and the Metromover to help transport Miami workers throughout the entire Miami-Dade County. Some jobs will even pay their employees transportation fees.
The city also provides amazing immigration settlement services for those who came to Miami with a work visa. They provide services in person, online and over the phone to help those settle into the city and their new employment. These services will help with language assessments and classes, help with daily life such as finding a place to live, and also information about community services such as mentoring.
Here at VisaPlace, we provide comprehensive and professional immigration legal services for those who wish to obtain a work visa. There are many work visas that depend on your occupation such as: H-1B, H-2B, O Visa, and TN Visa. These are all visas that require a job offer to work in the United States.There are some work visas that do not require a job offer such as EB-1, EB-4, and EB-5. Whether you have a job offer and want to obtain a work visa or you are looking for a work visa without a job offer, we want to help you in your journey to the United States!
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