How to get a United States work visa
Any foreign national who wishes to work in the United States will typically have to apply for a United States work visa or work permit before they can be allowed to work in the United States legally.
There are a number of work visa types available for foreign nationals, some of which are specifically for Canadians or are faster for Canadians to obtain.
Regardless of which United States work visa you choose, you must ensure that your application is filled out properly, that you have obtained and provided all of the necessary supporting documentation for the work visa in question and that you have chosen the correct work visa type for your situation.
Applying for a United States work visa
The two major steps to applying for a United States work visa are choosing the United States work visa that you think applies to your own immigration situation and then contacting a licensed immigration lawyer for assistance with your work visa application.
United States work visa applications are not easy to make, because there are so many different components to these applications. In addition, if you were to make a mistake on your application or apply for a wrong visa you could experience a denial, which will have a negative effect on any future United States work visa applications.
For assistance with your United States work visa application, for an assessment of your own case and for the best chance of success with working in the United States, please contact our immigration law firm. We can help you!
Contact us at the telephone number on the top of this page for assistance with your United States work visa application. We have helped countless Canadian citizens and other foreign nationals work in the United States, and we can help you as well.
About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more
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