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Obtaining a US Work Visa: Types and Information

Updated on June 8, 2015
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Interested in Obtaining a Work Visa?

Welcome! If you're looking for information on a US work visa or how to obtain one, you've come to the right place. While I'm not an immigration attorney, I have a lot of experience with visas. Also be sure to check out the comments for more valuable insight from others.

All around the world, people dream of having the opportunity to come to the United States. Many know that the jobs available in the US pay better and have better conditions than anything available to them at home. Since so many people are interested in visiting the United States, the rules have been getting more and more strict as to who can come in and why.

The Guest Worker Program

Because of the lack of available U.S. workers, the U.S. government has established the Guest Worker program. This program provides qualified individuals with work visas, allowing them the ability to live and work in the United States anywhere from three months to three years (and beyond, under certain conditions).

Non-Immigrant Visas

There are many different types of visas reserved for various jobs, lengths of stay, and countries of origin. The U.S. has over sixty types of non-immigrant visas alone. Maneuvering around and applying for these visas can be difficult, if not impossible for a single individual. More often than not, workers interested in acquiring a work visa have to apply for work with an international recruiter. Recruiters are usually able to offer them a position in a U.S. business, and can provide aid and advice in choosing a status and location.

Non-immigrant visas typically have a limit placed upon them as to how many applicants can receive the status. With H-2B and H-1B visas, the cap is 66,000 individuals per year. The cap is divided into two periods of 33,000 applicants per period.

It is notoriously difficult to get these types of visas, unless the applicant is able to apply as soon as the opportunity to do so arises. Applicants that wait to 30 days prior to the opening of the cap often miss out on the chance to be approved to hire nonimmigrant workers.

Available Types of Visas

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) typically grants two types of visas:

  1. Immigrant. These are permanent. Get an immigrant visa, and you're able to stay for good.
  2. Non-immigrant. This second type of visa is temporary—either on a temporary, seasonal, annual, or three-year basis.

All Family and Employment-Based (EB) visas are immigrant visas while most business visas and other non-employment (non-EB) visas are considered non-immigrant visas. Every type of visa is assigned a letter (designating the type of visa) and a number (designating the subclass).

Employment

Employment Immigrant Visas

  • EB-1. Reserved for Priority Workers. For foreign nationals of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics.
  • EB-2. Reserved for professionals with advanced degrees or persons with exceptional ability in the sciences, arts or business.
  • EB-3. Reserved for "Skilled" or "Professional Workers," defined as: foreign national professionals with bachelor's degrees not qualifying for a higher preference category; skilled workers with two years training; and experience and unskilled workers. In almost all cases, a job offer and labour certification are required. More recently the introduction of Programmed Electronic Review Management (PERM) is making the application process more complicated but is cutting waiting times significantly.
  • EB-4. Special Immigrants. Reserved for religious workers, employees and former employees of the US government abroad.

Business

Business visas are all about how much money you are willing to invest in the United States. In some cases, $100,000 or less could give you the chance to become a resident of the United States via an E-1 or E-2 visa.

Immigrant Business Visas

  • EB-5. Immigrant Investor visa. Reserved for those who set-up a business in the States with a minimum investment figure of at least $500,000. The business must create or stimulate the employment of US nationals in an area designated as a Regional Center, or one million elsewhere. The EB-5 is the only business visa that provides immediate permanent residency to the applicant, his or her spouse and any children under 21. Often the EB-5 designation is presented as a 'retirement' visa, but it is, in fact, a 'passive' investment visa (meaning you do not have to actively participate in the business).

Non-immigrant Business Visas

  • E Treaty Traders and Investors. A Treaty Trader is an individual from a country with which the US has a trade treaty.
  • E-1. Treaty Trader. Reserved for those carrying out a trade of an international nature. Typically granted to those doing business on their own behalf, but also allowed for individuals doing business as the employee of a foreign business.
  • E-2. Treaty Investor. The E-2 is for those who invest a 'substantial' amount of capital in a US enterprise that they are seeking to develop. This designation is often popular with business-oriented individuals from the British Isles. Renewals, which are typically granted for three years, can be gained should the business continue to meet the requirements. Spouses and unmarried children under 21 years of age can accompany the primary beneficiaries.
  • B-1. Temporary Business Visitor. This designation permits temporary residence in the US for a specific, limited period. During this period, beneficiaries cannot normally take 'gainful employment', receive a salary from a US source or participate as a professional in entertainment or sporting events (where there is a cash prize or other economic incentive). B-1 visas are often granted to those travelling to the United States for a period between 2 weeks to 6 months, for the purposes of signing trade agreements or attending conventions related to their primary business.

Miscellaneous Status

Holiday Visa

  • B-2. Reserved for those who don't qualify for any of the above. The B-2 designation is often referred to as the "Holiday Visa." It permits a stay of up to six months in the US. An interview with a consular officer is required to obtain a B-2 visa, and it is unlawful to engage in any work in the United States while under this status. As of late, residents of certain countries have been receiving authorizations for up to 5-10 years. However, they are only permitted to remain in the United States for up to six months (unless they specifically petition otherwise).

Student Visa

  • F-1. Student visa. Reserved for individuals between the ages of 18 and 55. Permits a stay of up to seven years, provided the beneficiary remains enrolled in a U.S. college or University throughout the duration of his/her stay.
  • J-1 Exchange program visa. This designation is popular with students from countries around the world. Typically reserved for the "summer season" (for Northern Hemisphere countries) and "winter season" (Southern Hemisphere countries).

Family Visa

US citizens can sponsor relatives to gain permanent residency in America, but they have to be defined as "immediate family." If you are eligible, however, don't expect to be able to leave in a hurry. This process can take a number of years, and is usually quite cumbersome. There are four types of Family visas, all subject to annual quotas.

  • F-1. Reserved for Unmarried sons and daughters of US citizens who are over 21 years of age. Also allocated towards Exchange Students studying in U.S. universities. The processing period is one to five years.
  • F-2A. Reserved for Spouses and unmarried children under 21 of a US permanent resident. The processing period is one to five years.
  • F-2B. Reserved for Unmarried sons and daughters over 21 of a US permanent resident. The processing period is one to seven years.
  • F-3. Reserved for Married sons and daughter of US citizens. The processing period is typically one to five years.
  • F-4 Reserved for Biological siblings of US citizens. Processing period tends to be five to seven years.

Non-immigrant Visas

  • H-1B. Speciality Worker. Reserved for professions in which specific labour shortages are experienced in specialised industries. Qualifications for the via include college education and extraordinary ability.
  • H-2A. Reserved for temporary and seasonal agriculture workers. This program supplements the needs of farms, greenhouses, and other agriculturally-oriented businesses throughout the United States. There is no cap on this visa status, but the requirements placed upon the employers are very strict.
  • H-2B. Reserved for temporary and seasonal unskilled NonImmigrant workers. This visa is typically sought by employers and workers in the Hospitality, Tourism, Construction, Landscaping, and other unskilled industries.
  • Other H-class visas. Reserved for nurses working in health professional shortage areas, trainees in various industries, truck drivers, and other such professions.
  • Intracompany Transfers. Employees of foreign companies with parent companies, branches or subsidiaries in the US are able to work in the United States under the L Intracompany Transferee visa designation.
  • L-1A. Reserved for executive or managerial roles. Also used by UK business owners to transfer to a US branch of their company.
  • L-1B. This status covers specialised skills and knowledge.
  • L-2. Reserved for the spouses and children of recipients of L-1A and L-1B visas (spouses are able to work on the L-2 visa).

Recommended Work Visa: the H-2B

The H2B work visa is a status that is designated for individuals:

  • Who will be employed in non-agricultural positions that are either seasonal, intermittent or that can be labelled a one time occurrence.
  • Qualifying positions include those in the: hospitality, restaurant, tourism, landscaping, construction, and other unskilled worker categories.

Spouses and children of H2B visa holders may enter and remain in the US in H4 status. H4 visa holders may attend school in the US but are not legally allowed to be employed.

For whom is the H2B work visa appropriate?

  • US. companies hiring foreign nationals to perform temporary work for which there are no US workers are available.

What are the requirements for obtaining an H2B Work Visa?

  • A worker that qualifies for the H-2B Worker program if they are a temporary/seasonal worker coming temporarily to the United States to perform temporary/seasonal services or labor.
  • This worker must not displace U.S. workers capable of performing the job, and whose employment is not adversely affecting the wage and working conditions of U.S. workers.
  • In all cases, even though the H-2B work visa can be issued for up to one year, it is assumed that the temporary need has a "clear beginning" and a "clear end" which will self-destruct in a year or less by a pre-arranged date when each non-immigrant worker must promptly return to a foreign shore.
  • The temporary nature of needs lasting longer than 10 months are suspect and need to be adequately justified. H-2B workers do not qualify for temporary work unless the underlying job itself is temporary.

Remaining in the U.S. on an H-2B

Many H-2B workers, upon entering the country, are able to find employment throughout various employment seasons.

  • For example, employers that typically need workers during the summer seasons do not have as many jobs open during winter months, and thus are not able to make full use of H-2B workers.
  • Workers may then find another employer needing workers for winter and spring months, and continue their stay in the U.S. without being required to return to their home country.
  • The cycle of continuously finding seasonal work can continue for up to three years, after which the non-immigrant worker must pursue a different status or return to their home.

H-1B Visa Availibility

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      Wonder Mazehwe 7 days ago

      How can I get permit or visa I want to work in America

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      Esther 8 days ago

      Would l get a visa for 3 years just work as a cleaner? Or ones maid ....

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      Arjoy 8 days ago

      Hi my parents is nearing the age where they need to be taken care of and I plan on taking them in with me but as someone who work, I don't think it will be possible to juggle both work and meeting their needs, so I though I will sponsor one of my family in the Philippines to care for my parents while my husband and I work. how should i tackle this situation?. I have read about the H-2B but I am thinking of making her my permanent caretaker for my mom and dad.

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      Marty Nizera 3 months ago

      Hi, my daughter is 30, US Psych degree, a Canadian and has married a US citizen.

      While awaiting a work permit in the US, is she allowed to engage in business as self employed or through our LLC/corp ? There would be no salary involved just dividends.

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      Katie Lou 4 months ago

      Hello -

      I have a possible job offer as a Executive assistant in LA.

      I am from the Uk - what visa would my employer need for me, what sort of qualifications / information would I need to show?

      Many thanks

      Katie

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      grace 4 months ago

      Hi I'm from philippines and the husband of my aunt has a bar and a restaurant in WA. They're planning to get me a working visa but got no clue where to start. Any ideas or pointers would gladly be appreciated.

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      KimberlyLan 5 months ago

      Good day all. I am currently looking for a job in Arizona for next year to join my boyfriend. How do I even start job hunting and which type of companies would help me obtain a work visa? In November I will get my Degree in Education but I dont have any work experience yet. Would I be able to get a visa for a teaching job?

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      Jay 5 months ago

      I'm currently in the US with an F1 visa but I haven't been in school for a year now so I'm out of status but my visa is still valid. My mom is on B1/B2 visa and she's trying to get a green card to stay permanently. Is there any way to change her visa type without her going back to our country to apply? or is there anyway to get a work visa without going back to our country? I really need help now. Can you help us? I'm so confused please

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      joseph 6 months ago

      I have a friend that is a teacher in the Philippines she wants to be my nanny in the united states, she has two kids and I would like to hire her to be my nanny for my two boys. how would I go about this and can I get it done before summer starts

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      Rebekah 6 months ago

      Hi I am part of an exchange programme at the moment in which I am an au pair so I am on a j1 visa. I have been able to obtain a social security card and a drivers license whilst I am here however after this year I was wondering if it is possible to be hired independently by a family as I wish to stay here what is the requirements to do so I really need help and don't know where to start. Wil the family have to sponsor me? Will they need to pay to get me a new visa and if so which visa will I need?

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      Hi there. I am Beverly Pastor. I came to the USA in December 2016 on a tourist visa and currently with my boyfriend who invited me here. I am legally allowed to stay here until June 13, 2017. However, 7 months ago

      Hi there. I am Beverly Pastor. I came to the USA in December 2016 on a tourist visa and currently with my boyfriend who invited me here. I am legally allowed to stay here until June 13, 2017. However, the more I stayed here, the more I realized it would really be good if I can stay here for a longer time. I am a college English and Literature professor in the Philippines. Can you advise me on anything I can do to make this possible? Looking forward to your response. T

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      Roger 7 months ago

      We can here under J1 visa with a 2 year rule. We were able to get an extension before our visa expired but it's only good for two years. This coming school year will be our last year for the extension. Is there other ways other than the waiver of the 2 year rule that will help us convert or change our visa? The schools are willing to convert our visa but they don't know what route to take to be able to process it. Our home country Philippines, made their processing for the approval of the waiver hard for all j1 visa holders that they only approve it if you're really old like in your past 60s, if you're going to marry or bear a child which a lot of ladies are doing now and forget about their families back home and leave their morals to the side just to obtain this. I hope you can shed light to our queries as we want to stay here and continue serving the students who belong to the poor and title 1 schools. Thank you

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      Mary Rivera 7 months ago

      I really need my friend to help care for me. I have several issues with my spine and everyday duties. Even bathing. She has offered to come help me for free if I can just get her here to the U.S. legally.

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      Bharadwaj 8 months ago

      I wanna go to usa for work then which type of visa is suitable for me?

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      Lenette-Uy 8 months ago

      I am a J1 visa holder, I am currently teaching as a SPED TEACHER here in CALIFORNIA. I came from the PHILIPPINES, I was here last Sept. 2016. Can I apply for H1 VISA? What are the things to do or process?

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      Angela Cormier 9 months ago

      Hello iam a Canadian citizen interested in moving working in Tampa,fl I work in Canada as a professional cleaner how do i go about getting a work visa. Thank you any advice is appriated.

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      Chioma 9 months ago from MN

      I am on f1 visa here in US and my fiance is my sponsor. he is a graduate accounting and he has over 5 years experience in procurement. I would like him come over to the U.S to join me work, and further his education, how do i go about it? can you please link me up to an organization which is willing to employ his and sponsor or he can sponsor him self. he has been my strength over the last 7 years now i really want him to join me here. Please sir assist us in any way this can work out.

      Thanks in anticipation.

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      Chioma 9 months ago from MN

      I am on f1 visa here in US and my fiance is my sponsor. he is a graduate accounting and he has over 5 years experience in procurement. I would like him come over to the U.S to join me work, and further his education, how do i go about it? can you please link me up to an organization which is willing to employ his and sponsor or he can sponsor him self. he has been my strength over the last 7 years now i really want him to join me here. Please sir assist us in any way this can work out.

      Thanks in anticipation.

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      David Magee 9 months ago

      Dear Employer Alliance ~

      A friend of mine who is a citizen of Uganda is interested in getting a job as a housemaid in the U.S. Any suggestions as to how she might might be able to do this? Is it possible?

      Many thanks!

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      Hello All 10 months ago

      We are a Canadian Family that recently relocated to California with L1 Visa... We want our 18 year old son to come and live with us and of course he wants to work! I have heard the only way he can work is to be a student? Can anyone advise if there is any other option to getting him a legal work visa for this summer?

      He wants to work and its seems like he cant without being a FT student?

      He only wants to serve.. anyone need an awesome Canadian

      server in Walnut Creek CA for the summer :)

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      naeem ahmed 10 months ago

      dear author

      i m planning to open a pakistan asian restaurant in usa michigan detroit

      for which i will need to bring 3 good cooks from pakisan

      how to get visas for them any advice please

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      karma 11 months ago

      Dear sir/madam

      Hi.

      My friend from usa is going to sponsor me for working visa for his company ..he is permanent resident of usa and I am a degree certificate holder with three years working experience in liaisoning works. Therefore what is the process for this, what i should do and what he have to do ..please help me ...

      Thank you and may god bless you

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      janechan 11 months ago

      hi Sir,

      I live in Austin Texas, my brother is an IT and my sister is a teacher and another one is a chemist at a big oil firm in the Philippines and they would like to obtain a sponsorship visa here in the USA is there any list that you can provide me so they can start the process? thank you so much

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      stuart mc 11 months ago

      Would like to go for a permanent work visa as i would like to stay here with my girlfriend and her son in Pittsburgh P.A i'm ex military but have no qualifications as such but i would also like to apply for a drivers licence and apply to work with comcast if you could get back to me with an email address i can explain in more detail to you thank you for your time

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      DC 12 months ago

      I am divorced female with 3 kids and want to immigrate to the USA permanently. How do I go about this. From South Africa. Current field and qualification in Human Resources qualification Bcom Honours in HR.

      Do I make use of a immigration attorney ? please advice best practice forward.

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      nirabe2005@yahoo.co.in 12 months ago

      Hi I am married and settled with my family in India, my entire family members are US citizens although they had applied for my petition for immigration but it will take time. I have B1/ B2 visa and willing to travel US for short period if I can convert my visa in H2B and work for some time may for 3 years legally will have any negative impact on my petition.

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      natz27 12 months ago

      I have a tourist visa for the USA and I also have a degree, I would like to get work sponsorship for jobs there, can you assist me? My degree is in business management

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      Marie 12 months ago

      Hi. I am from the philippines but i am now in rhode island for just ayear. I am currently taking a training course for CNA's. I just want to ask if it is possible for me to get a working visa while i am here or do i need to go back to the philippines first to acquire a visa? In other way what is the best thing that i could do to be able to work here permanently? i am currenlty a dependent of an A2 visa holder. Thank you.

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      Joy 12 months ago

      I was originally in J-1 via when I got here in USA. then extended it to B2 visa.. Can I apply for a Working visa? What should I do?

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      Gabriel Shittu 13 months ago

      Please I have a family friend in New Yoke, he is ready to accommodate me whiles I look for work in New Yoke, I have my Higer National Diploma Certificate, but I will take care of my expenses and get a backup from my dad. Which visa do i apply for.

      Please help thank you.

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      Suchi 13 months ago

      Hi sir,

      I am currently in USA on F2 visa as my husband is doing his masters here and has already got placed.He will start work next year and his employer will subsequently sponsor H1B visa and later for Green card.I was working with an MNC in India and the same employer has their offices in USA.I had resigned my job and came to US to be with my husband.Now if the same employer is willing to give me a job in USA,what is the visa proceedure?Can i join the company on my F2 visa and later can they sponsor my H1B visa or should i request them if they can offer me an L1 visa and i can come down if i join them back in India office.I am senior managerial candidate with above 12 yrs of experience.Which is the best way for me to get an employment visa here.

      Many Thanks

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      Leon 13 months ago

      Hi Sir, I am a citizen in Sri Lanka, My Sister is a Resident in the US. can you help me ... She wants to sponsor me, also I need to work temporary for few months as I'm married & having kids... is there any way I can look for a work permit in that time ????

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      GGL 13 months ago

      Hello

      I am from the UK and work as a Freelance Business Director in marketing. My husband and I are interested in moving to NYC. Can I get a Visa that allows me to work as a Freelancer or would I need to find full time employment through a UK employer that has offices in NY? Just need to look at my options of employment and not sure what is feasible Visa wise. Many thanks.

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      grace 14 months ago

      hi...im really need someone to ask about my situation...my. mom and sister lives in usa... they want me to visit them... as tourist...im 43 years old...im not married but i have 2kids..im working here in the philippines as a day care teacher...until now...what are the requirents they need to show to them...

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      salma 14 months ago

      hi,

      I have 2 kids and both were born in the USA and are Americans, but the oldest is 6 years old.

      Is there a way to take green card or work permit to live in USA.

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      Quincy 14 months ago

      what is your email address

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      Dne 14 months ago

      Hi , I'm Nepalese I have 5 year's multiple visa now I'm in usa on b1 visa till 4 month I have . I found a employer he like to sponsor me on h2b work permit so what I have to do ? Can you suggest me ?

      Thanks.

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      Emily 14 months ago

      I am a 17-y/o Australian citizen looking to move to the U.S to work as an au pair and continue my studies. Can I do this and, if so, what visa would I need

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      Alex 14 months ago

      Hi, I went to New York for 6 weeks this past summer and fell in love with the city. Im wanting to move out there for a year or two to work once I graduate university which is in two years. What would be the best visa for me?

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      Chari 14 months ago

      Hi,

      I have a question. I hope someone can help me out. If you manage to get your work visa, your spouse and children are allowed to go with you. But what if you have a child with your partner but you're not married yet. Can he still come along? Or do you really need to be married?

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      Esther 15 months ago

      Hello My name is Esther, I am 30yrs old and I am from Spain. I lived inVirginia, USA for 2 yrs like an Au pair I met my wornderful host family and they want that I stay we go through multiple options to I can stay. But we couldn't made it work. After 1yr I came back for holidays, and the grandmother Ask me if it will be possible for me to stay taking care the grand grand mother that is 94 yrs old and have dementia. I was wondering if there are any possibility for me to stay with a working VISA with she hiring me or what option do I have. I am a social worker and I have experience in the field. Thanks. Looking for your answer, thanks.

      Esther

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      Emma 15 months ago

      Hello sir/madam,

      Have a good day. I just want to know how long it takes to know the results of petition letter for employment visa from my employer who want to hired me as an emplyee to usa. I am a filipino.

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      Heidi 16 months ago

      Dear Sir/Madam,

      I'm a 36 years-old woman, from Hungary, Europe.

      I'd like to immigrate to the USA, because the US-values.

      I need a Visa or green card and I need your advice whats the best way for me to get it.

      I was working in hospitality for 15 years( hotels, bars, fine restaurants as a bartender and waitress), now I am a real estate agent for 5 years. I have good skills in communication, I work hard and I want to learn a lot more and my love for America is unquestionable.

      So my wish a suitable job, a green card or a Visa, if anyone is here who can help me with a piece of good advice, please help me, I will so grateful. Thank you.

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      Nurse Riches 16 months ago

      Hello

      i am A Male Nurse from western part of Africa Nigeria, i will be getting married in October,I and my wife are both Nurses and we want to relocated to United State of America,what kind of Visa do we Apply for,i want you to help me with the neccessary informations..daffizo@yahoo.com

      Thanks

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      Sharon 16 months ago

      Hi my name is sharon. I live in America with my husband.

      My brother in india completed his graduation wanted to work in America.He is married n 2 kids.

      What are the ways to bring him here.

      Bcz we dont know how to sponsor him so he can get a valid visa to find a suitable job for him to work in America.

      Plz help us with a good suggestion.

      Thank u.

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      Lhourdes 16 months ago

      Hi,

      There is someone from Texas USA that like to hire me as a Nanny. Is it possible for me to get a working visa and work in Texas.If yes,what are things that we need to do?

      Hope to hear from you soon .Thank you !

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      Alaa 16 months ago

      Good Afternoon,

      I am a Lebanese Citizen and my husband is Greek. Currently, we are living in London where my husband works, and I have an EEA family permit visa that allows me to live and work in the UK.

      My husband might move to the US. The company will provide both our visas. For my husband I am guessing it is a working visa, but I have no clue which type will be my visa. How can I apply for a working visa in the US?

      Any help is much appreciated,

      alaaboudaher2@gmail.com

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      Meena mascarenhas 16 months ago

      Hi

      I want a work visa to US any job may be carer or hotel line HOW do I get it

      Gmgoa2012@gmail.com

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      Claire 16 months ago

      Dear Sir/Madam

      I am a qualified primary school teacher in Ireland and my partner recently has received a job in the US in a computer company .His company are paying for house and car etc and are willing to sort the visas but we are unsure will it be possible for me to get a working visa for America and if so which one?

      I would really appreciate any information that you know my email is clairedalyteaching@gmail.com

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      umang 16 months ago

      Dear sir/Madam,

      I am 48 years old . I have still valid visitor visa for USA . So, I want to make working visa or any leagal status to saty USA. So,please advise me how to process to make leagally work in USA or to make legal stay. My email address is: umang26695@gmail.com

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      Manju Basnet 17 months ago

      Dear Sir/Madam

      I am Manju Basnet a Nepali citizen but working as Assistant Teacher in Qatar.I want to work as assistant teacher in USA but i am totally unaware about the visas and process to go ahead to apply for a job.It would be kind of you if you give some suggestion and advice about the visas and working process. My id is asiya_basnet@yaho.com

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      ogunsolarasheed@yahoo.com 17 months ago

      Am Rasheed from Nigeria, I hold HND in accountancy, am 30years old and single. I wish to live and work in USA, how would I go about it.

      This is my email Ogunsolarasheed@yahoo.com

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      Andrew Vsevolodow 17 months ago

      Hello, my name's Andrew from Russia. I'm 25 years old. I've worked in many directions. Mainly I'm a roofer and welder. Worked as a builder as well. But have never worked officially. Read many times that if you want to move to USA you have to be qualified and have work-experience. My intention is to move to USA on permanent base and work over there. If anyone has some thoughts about it or has something to tell me - he or she's more than welcome! My email is - selfdevelopement@mail.ru

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      nethcristobal94@gmail.com 17 months ago

      My son Chester will be going to Virginia, USA on this August 2016 with a tourist visa. How can he find a sponsoring employer interested in work visa in a Hotel. He is inclined to work in a hotel as waiter and server, as this is his job for 7 years now in the Philippines.

      Thank you and waiting for your help and response. My E-mail address is nethcristobal94@gmail.com

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      nice.form@mail.ru 17 months ago

      Hello my name is Raximjan from Kazakhstan im 19 years old student id like to work in the USA this year by H2B visa but i have no idea how to find employer who's ready to hire foreign people by this visa it seems hard to me find them ther is no information about employer on the Internet could you please help me somehow to find them or could you give me some advice about this i would appreciate it.. . This yeas i was going to America by j1 visa but my sponsor is screwed up about ds2019 forms they were out. So my dream to visit Usa hs been caused until i found out about this type of visa.....please if u know smth let me know thank you (seidakbarovs@gmail.com)

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      bindresh patel 17 months ago

      i want work visa for me and my wife, what was the procedure for that

      my e mail id..bindresh.patel@gmail.com

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      Md.Riaz Shahed 17 months ago

      Dear Sir

      I have Valid b2 Visa . At this moment I am not in USA. I am interested to work in USA . Can you help me to find out any reference who will help me to get employment visa. My email is : md.riazshahed69@yahoo.com

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      avonelle manswell 17 months ago

      I am a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago . I will like to obtain my visa to visit my sister in the united states but am afraid because I don't have the necessary ties . I have three children so I have no intensions to live in the us I just want to be able to visit as I please.

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      KristaH 17 months ago

      Hi there Im from Canada and Im interested in working in the USA as a office assistant, medical office assistant, or art instructor. I obtain a diploma in medical assisting and a bachelor degree in arts and science. Which visa catagory would i fall into?

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      PK 18 months ago

      Hello please urgent reply.

      I am on F1 visa completed my 1st Semester and earned total 16 credits . i am doing my MBA in finance from NEWYORK. I have an MBA degree from India. I have got sponsor who is willingly sponsoring my VISA work visa. Is it possible that he can sponsor me before i get MBA degree from USA? if yes then do i need to wait till march-2017?

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      DTHEAH 19 months ago

      Hi I am a single mother of 5 (ages 18,16,12,5 & 2) All besides my 5 year old was born in the US Florida. 2 of them live out there and 3 here with me in Turks & Caicos. I want a better life for them with more to gain but I am not able to live and work in the US. I do have a Masters and I'm very skilled and would love o get my self and my 5 year old out there. My last child was born with a few medical issues nothing life or death I have 4 sisters that are also from US Florida and they live and work in Florida. As a child I lived in Florida I went to school in Florida. How do I go about getting work and living in the US?

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      geeta 21 months ago

      Hello i really need help. Am in F1 visa .i finished my masters degree. Am in opt now almost done. How can I get green card. I heard i can apply NIW eb catagory. Plz somebody help. I need to settle.

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      Nathalia 22 months ago

      Good afternoon. I'm a Brazilian who teaches English as a Second Language and my greatest career dream is to have the chance of experiencing the American teaching methods. What kind of chances do you think I might have? I mean, I would need an American school to sponsor my visa, wouldn't I?

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      Rushane chang 22 months ago

      can a 17 year old from jamaica obtain an h2b visa

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      Rudra Pd. Dhungel 23 months ago

      Dear Sir/Madam

      My name is Rudra. I am seeking for jobs an us company. I had worked experience IRAQ and Afghanistan with US citizens. Kindly advice to me if someone wants hiring employees.

      Thanks, Rudra

      rudradhungel50@yahoo.com

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      roseanna 23 months ago

      Hello all my viewers My name is Tamara smith from USA! I want to use this very opportunity and happy to shall this great testimonies,The best thing that has ever happened in my life is how I win the lottery euro million mega jackpot.I am a woman who believe that one day I will win the lottery. finally my dreams came through when I email Dr clement.and tell him I need the lottery numbers.I have spend so much money on ticket just to make sure I win.But I never know that winning was so easy until the day I meant the spell caster online which so many people has talked about that he is very great in casting lottery spell,so I decide to give it a try.I contacted this great Dr and he did a spell and he gave me the winning lottery numbers.But believe me when the draws were out I was among winners.I win 1 million Dollar.Dr.clement truly you are the best,with these great Dr you can win millions of money through lottery.I am so very happy to meet these great man now,I will be forever be grateful to you dr.Email him for your own winning lottery numbers drakugbespellhome1@gmail.com or you can call him for your own help to win big money today via +254704881207.post by Tamara smith from USA thanks for reading.

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      LARRY 23 months ago

      In fact our relationship feels like the break up never even happened. We have never been this happy or passionate, all thanks to mama anita. If you're looking for a good spell caster look no further,you can contact her straight on (mama.anitaspellcraft@hotmail.com). website..http://kelvinlargemyself.wix.com/anita

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      Mrs ,Julie Benson 24 months ago

      Good everyone.

      Am here to share my testimony what a Good trusted lady did for me. My name is Mrs ,Julie Benson am from Dubai and I'm a mother of 3 kids and i lost my husband last year June 3rd and things where very hard for me and my children so when I was online to seek for a loan and i fall in the hands of scam, i was scam over $9,000.00 dollars, all my Husband access where taken away from us by his brothers, all hope was lost and i and my kids where sleeping in the street on till one faithful day when i met this friend of my who introduced me to this honest company who helped me get a loan in next 24 hours without any Daley, i will forever be grateful to Mr. Robet.M. Clark you can contact him now if you are in need of a loan via email:( robert.clark071@gmail.com ). he did not know am doing this for him,but i just have to do it because a lost of people are out there who are in need for a loan.

      Thanks.

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      perpetua.enterprises@gmail.com 24 months ago

      hello blessing, first of all i want to say you have such a wonderful name and your name itself says what a blessing you are. your name says you are a christian. through prayer and past experience when a person is in an existing relationship and seeking for more out of the relationship its quite clear that the person is not content and not meant for the loyal person. just a suggestion its good to let go than to get into a spell. Its always good to turn to God our Creator than to any human being who has their own limits. its good to understand and accept now than later. God loves you more than any other.

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      Blessing 2 years ago

      *I am 26 year old girl, my name is Blessing, i have been in a relationship with my boyfriend

      right from high school, indeed i never regretted each moment i spend with

      him and it came a time he wanted to end the relationship and move on with

      this new girlfriend him met, i felt so confused, i love he so much and had to

      plead with he to come back to me but all effort to get him back did not

      work out. I wanted he back at all cost and had to seek for the help of a

      spell caster but the first one i met did not work,i wasted so much time

      believing him and at the end nothing work but yet i did not give up as i had

      to try another one whose name is Saloba and him was the one that finally

      brought him back to me in just 4 days after the spell was done, i am a very

      happy person today as i love my boyfriend and my life and i never could live without

      him. I would advice if you need a powerful spell caster either to get your

      boyfriend or girlfriend back, get your husband back, get a new partner? You

      don't have to look further for other spell casters, explain your problem by

      sending email to Dr Saloba Temple Salobaspiritualtemple@gmail.com

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      Mr. Gibson Wilson 2 years ago

      Hello Applicant's...

      Good day to you all, We bring to your notice today that Gibson

      Recruitment Agency is an outfit in England, UK is an reputable and

      recognized organization that helps people to fulfil there future dream

      and archive a better career. We are now on hiring of job seeker's and

      interested worker's who is willing to work at our hotel (Gibson

      Recruitment Agency Hotel London, UK) should

      kindly apply or send his/her resume/cv.es to enable us hire him/her

      immediately to work with us..

      Note: I WISH TO ACKNOWLEDGE TO YOU THAT WE HAVE RECEIVED YOUR

      ENTRY/APPLICATION FOR ONE OF THE AVAILABLE JOBS IN OUR HOTEL/HOSPITAL

      THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF Of CENTRAL PARK HOTEL London,United Kingdom.

      WISH TO INFORM YOU THEREFORE THAT WE HAVE

      ACCEPTED TO GIVE YOU AN OPPORTUNITY OF BEING PART OF THE NOBLE MEN AND

      WOMEN WHO ARE HONORABLY DISCHARGING THEIR DUTIES TO THE STANDARD FOR

      WHICH THE HOTEL/HOSPITAL IS KNOWN. . FOR YOUR INFORMATION..

      THE HOTEL NOW NEEDS A LIST/GROUP OF 10-20 MEN AND WOMEN TO FILL IN THE

      VACANCIES WHO CAN WORK AND LIVE IN LONDON.

      THE VACANCIES ON OUR DATA BASE

      1. CAR WASH

      2. CLEANING/HOUSE KEEPING/STEWARD

      3.SALES

      4. RECEPTIONIST

      5. PUBLIC RELATIONS

      6. HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

      7. FOOD & BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT

      8. STORE KEEPER

      9. RESTAURANT SERVICES

      10. WAITERS/WAITRESSES

      11. CULINARY THEORY

      12. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

      13. MECHANICS FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENTS

      14. AUTO ENGINEERING

      15. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS SPECIALIST

      16. IT SPECIALIST

      17. TELECOM

      18. LANDSCAPE & GRAPHIC DESIGNER

      19. COMPUTER OPERATORS

      20. DENTIST

      21. COMPUTER ENGINEERING

      22. DRIVING

      23. ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARIES/ASSISTANTS

      24.. ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGERS

      25. TEAM LEADERS

      26. MEDICAL DOCTORS

      27. HOTEL NURSE

      28. MESSAGE THERAPIST

      29. DENTAL TECHNICIAN

      30. CAREGIVER

      31. HAIRDRESSER/BARBER

      32. ACCOUNTANTS

      33. ACCOUNTING CLERK

      34. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK

      35. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK

      36. AUDITOR

      37. FINANCE MANAGER

      38. CASHIER

      39. RESERVATION AGENT

      40. SECURITY

      41. SAFETY OFFICER

      42. SAFETY MANAGER

      43. CONCIERGE

      44. HUMAN RESOURCES CO-ORDINATOR

      46. HUMAN RESOURCES MANGER

      48. CHEF DE CUISINE

      49. KITCHEN STAFF

      50. CHIEF DE PARTIE

      51. COOK.

      52. GUEST SER. AGENT/FRONT OFFICE DESK CLERK...

      53. CUSTOMER SERVICE

      54. BELL ATTENDANT

      55. TYPIST

      THE ABOVE ARE THE ONLY VACANCIES THAT WE REQUIRE INTERESTED APPLICANTS

      TO OCCUPY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE

      JOBS,

      KINDLY GET BACK TO US BEFORE THE OPPORTUNITIES ARE TAKEN. THE HOTEL WILL

      PAY FOR FLIGHT TICKET AND WHILE APPLICANTS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR

      IMMIGRATION SERVICE AND CLEARANCE APPROVAL FROM THE LONDON EMPLOYMENT.

      BENEFITS: COMPETITIVE BENEFITS PACKAGE AVAILABLE SUCH AS GROUP INSURANCE,

      VACATION, HOTEL DISCOUNTS, REGULAR PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS, FREE

      MEDICAL,FEEDING AND ACCOMMODATION.

      UPON YOUR RESPONSE, WE WILL SEND YOU AN APPLICANT ASSESSMENT FORM TO

      BE FILLED AND RETURNED AFTER WHICH WE WILL SEND YOUR INFORMATION AND

      DOCUMENTS TO THE IMMIGRATION FOR YOUR VISA PROCESSING AND REFER YOU TO

      CONTACT THE IMMIGRATION FOR FURTHER DETAILS. AS STATED ABOVE,

      WE NEED A LIST/GROUP OF 10-500 CAPABLE MEN AND WOMEN TO FILL IN THE

      VACANCIES, FEEL FREE TO INTRODUCE INTERESTED CANDIDATES THAT ARE FIT

      AND WILLING TO WORK AS SPECIFIED ABOVE AND LET THEM APPLY IF THEY LIKE

      ANY OF

      THE JOBS. I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST OF LUCK..

      NOTE: APPLICANTS WILL UNDERGO COMPULSORY ONE MONTH TRAINING WITH FULL

      PAY AND THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF SALARY INCREASE UPON CONFIRMATION OF

      QUALITY OF YOUR SERVICE AFTER FIRST 6 MONTHS OF YOUR EMPLOYMENT. Any

      interested applicant's/job seeker's should kindly send his/her

      resume/cv.es to our able company email address below.. Email:

      gibonrecruitment@gmail.com

      Best Regard's.

      Mr. Gibson Wilson

      Human Managing Director

      Gibson Recruitment Agency Ltd London,UK.

      # 49/67 Queens-borough Terrace,

      London,United Kingdom.

      Email: gibonrecruitment@gmail.com

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      Beyondthesars 2 years ago

      Hi , my friend is a mananger at a gas station , can he sponsor me and get me a work visa?

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      Bea3z 2 years ago

      bea3z 53 seconds ago

      Hi,

      I want to work in USA especially in California area. If you can help me find a job there, that will be appreciated and I am willing to pay for whatever help that you can do for me.

      I am an architect by profession but currently working as an Estimator and Quantity surveyor in one of the biggest contracting company in Kuwait.

      My husband is a nurse and he is also willing to work there. We have 2 children, 12 and 9 years old.

      I hope you can help us in any way.

      Best regards,

      Beatriz

      peterdaniel.carvajal@yahoo.com

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      bea3z 2 years ago

      Hi,

      I want to work in USA especially in California area. If you can help me find a job there, that will be appreciated and I am willing to pay for whatever help that you can do for me.

      I am an architect by profession but currently working as an Estimator and Quantity surveyor in one of the biggest contracting company in Kuwait.

      My husband is a nurse and he is also willing to work there. We have 2 children, 12 and 9 years old.

      I hope you can help us in any way.

      Best regards,

      Beatriz

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      vithiyaakanth 2 years ago

      hello sir , i am from srilanka , i am fitness trainer , so how can i enter into US or any other proper country and find a job there .......... please advice me in this regard..

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      Rita 2 years ago

      Hello Ma/sir...please I need your help concerning what visa I should apply for...I am going to work as an Au pair after which I will enroll into the university and get settled in the uk permanently...what visa should I apply for?

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      Harry 2 years ago

      Hello sir, my friend is working in Indian navy he wants to shift USA . He is having experience of 6yrs of Indian navy. Is there any type of visa for him. Pls reply me

      Thanks

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      Rambi 2 years ago

      Hi,I am from Bangladesh,I am a diploma engineer.Now,I want to commence my career In United States with Airport job like Aircraft cleaner,Aviation ground crew..How can I have this one?..please suggest me...rambihossain44@gmail.com

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      sileas 2 years ago

      I think I might be offered a teaching position in an international British school in Illinois. My husband is a software developer with a Bachelor's degree and five years of experience (I have seven years of experience in my profession). If I am offered a job, which visa would I get and would my husband be able to work in the USA?

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      soyemi 2 years ago

      i am currently in united state on visitors visa B1B2.....i want to change to another working permit status what can i do...help me sir/ma

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      larry 2 years ago

      Dear Lord Oddies of lordoddiesworld@gmail.com I still cannot figure out how you do it for me but now i believe that spell casting really work like magic!! For the past months I was winning moderate sums (about $30,00 to 40,00) but in accordance with the Lotto-80 results I looked at each time and i match it with the winning numbers you gave to me. Then this week I got $44,000 though i know this amount is not as large as some your winners that you have helped with your spell magic but it was an unbelievable result for me and my family. Thanks and I'll continue to believe telling people the real truth that to win lottery you need the help of a great spiritual spell caster email Lord Oddies of lordoddiesworld@gmail.com now and be rich with your lottery desires!

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      Helen Asmund 2 years ago

      HELLO EVERYONE OUT THERE HOW I WAS HEALED BY PROPHET TB JOSHUA HE SEND ME HIS ANOINTING WATER HE INSTRUCTED ME ON HOW TO GO ABOUT IT AND I DID SO THERE IS NOTHING GOD CANNOT DO I THOUGHT I WILL REMAIN SICK FOREVER BEFORE ALMIGHTY GOD SAVE ME AND WIPE MY TEARS my name is Helen Asmund from Canada, the greatest testimony i have ever seen in my life i want to use this great opportunity to thank prophet Tb Joshua Ministries the man of God.i was having a breast cancer over 8moths, everyone around me run away from me even my husband who i think he loves me so much told me is over i cried and cried no body could help me out i went to the best hospital in Canada no solution, all hope was lost, on one faithful day as i was going online i saw a testimony of this great man of God Tb Joshua (scoan1951@outlook.com) that people sharing about him how he has been helping people i never believed that this will work out but not withstanding there is nothing God can not do, so i decided to contact his Email: scoan1951@outlook.com i explain all my problems to him he told me not to worry about if really i believe in God the most high i shall be healed. he told me what to do i quickly follow up with his instruction i never let money be my problem. within the next 2day my illness and pains were healed, my brothers and sisters there is nothing God can not do if you have not given your life to Christ please try and do so once again his email: scoan1951@outlook.com if you have any problem similar to this you can contact him and your problem shall be solve, i will not stop sharing his name as a testimony because he brings me joy and happiness now i am happy my husband is back. any problem regarding as follow you can contact him God almighty is great 1) If you want your ex back. (2) if you always have bad dreams. (3) You want to be promoted in your office. (4) You want women/men to run after you. (5) If you want a child. (6) You want to tie your husband/wife to be yours forever. make sure you contact him with this email: scoan1951@outlook.com

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      Rakha Masih 2 years ago

      Dear Sir/Madam,

      Let me introduce myself-I am 52 years old post-graduate Pakistani. I have been issued a visitor visa under category of B1/B2 by the USA embassy in Pakistan for five years. I have to visit Phoenix, Arizona to attend a conference in October, 2015 but I intend to work during my stay of six months there. I am afraid to work there. I want to secure my vist at any cast. Please, suggest me so that I may work there. I am awaiting anxiously for your suggestive response.

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      Katy 2 years ago

      Hi,

      Im sorry. Im not sure if you look at all these comments anymore. You blog is really helpful, i've been looking all over the place for some information. I was just wondering if you knew what I should do first. Im 25 and wanting to move to California, or at least work there for a bit. I studied digital media at University and would like to find work in media/advertising or social media.

      Do I look for a job first and then apply or apply for a visa now? I want to be leaving the UK beginning for next year. Is this possible?

      Many thanks

      Katy

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      carolyn 2 years ago

      Dear Sir,Madam hello please help my friend Ehis who I known for 2yrs now,he has no money, and no place to stay. He wants to come to the US to work he's a hard worker he's from Italy please he needs help he speaks English well he needs help he's depressed . My e-mail is carolynwells 38@yahoo.com

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      Dodong 2 years ago

      Sir. Please help me to work in USA I accept any available job.. Im hardworking person sir..

      Thank you sir.

      genshieryn@gmail.com

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      Dodong 2 years ago

      Sir. Please help me to work in USA I accept any available job.. Im hardworking person sir..

      Thank you sir.

      genshieryn@gmail.com

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      Dodong 2 years ago

      Hello sir.I wish... Please.. help me to work in USA. I accept any available job, Im hardworking person sir. Thank you.

      genshieryn@gmail.com

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      Joana Granger 2 years ago

      Hi

      I am 49, I am an IT Senior Expert in Financial Systems. I have worked for the pst 25 years allways in Central Banks(ECB,France,Portugal) in Financial Markets Systems. I was an exchange student, when I was 18 in the US, and took my High School Diploma, as well as a Princeton Technical 3 month internship. At that time my Visa allowedme to work and I had a green card, being that thru college in Portugal(5 years) I allways spend my 3 months summer vacation in the US working as a swimming instructor. Actually at that time also my Visa was indefinitive. After that I started working, and when I renewd passport I lost that Visa, altough I have gone after to the US and had no problem with normal visit Visa. I keep a close relationship with my host family like it is my own. At this moment I was wanting to take a new challenge and have been applying for jobs thru some sites in the US, because its a place I know well, and have lots of friends and "family", but altough I am highly qualified in a area where there is need in the US (IT in Finance) that if I say I need a sponsor it gets harder to be called. Could you give me some advise? Thanks Joana

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      chandana kumarasiri 2 years ago

      dear sir, I want to know this PLEASE,

      One of the USA gentleman want me to take USA for there food preparing and housekeeping work. But he doesn't know the procedure for it. what can we do? please help us. They are about to retired husband and wife. I am 47 now. I have 16year experience for what they expecting from me.I have no money to get instruction from lawyers. Your service is as a rain for dry field.

      Thank you very much sir.

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      Batsal Rajlawat shrestha. 2 years ago

      Hello sir,

      I am working at Starbucks coffee for the last 3 years.I completed my 2years and 7 moths in Kuwait and I am continuing in dubai again.I am a supervisor now.I would like to come to US but I don't know how do I apply as I have no one over there.I don't know the sponsors as well.What can be done sir?can we discuss regarding my case???my email address is batsalrajlawatshrestha@gmail.com.

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      Albert2325 2 years ago

      Dear sir/ma'am,

      My name is Albert, I'm from the Philippines. I come from a well to do family with good history and stable income. Both my parents have their own family businesses which I will have to manage soon. I graduated with a bachelor of science degree in marketing from one of the top universities in the country, what I want is to be able to have job experience in the Usa (preferably New York City,) 2 to 3 years or even 5 would be good(in marketing preferbaly) Could you give me the best advice on how to attain my goal? You can email me here albartolivan@yahoo.com.ph thank you!

      Best,

      Albert

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      Shirley Anthony 2 years ago

      Well how should i start this off,ok few months ago i met the love of my life on social media we have been in contact every since. My problem is he live in karachi pakistan and we really love each other we want to marry and he feels like if he cant be with me he dont want to live so what visa can use to get my babe he i love him so much my life feels like nothing without him in it, we skype all the time and text send pics please help me i am lost without him. Just tell me what visa i need even if he can come for visit i will very happy. Thank for my message if you reply back here is my email address shirleyanthony51@yahoo.com

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      Jacob 2 years ago

      Hai

      Did you know any recruiter hiring Indians ? I am living India . I like to work USA.Please let me know

      Thanks

      Jacob

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      Jigme Wangchuk 2 years ago

      Dear Sir.Madam

      I am 35 year old and my wife is 34 with the experience of 10 years in busness.We both are hardworking and interested in any kinds of works.Please help us to find the work.Both will be very grateful if you can help us.Reason behind is that peaple and technology out there is so advanced and moreover we will gain ideas from advanced people of America.Once again please help us.Hopping with full of hopes and dreams we end here to get the reply soon.

      Thank

      By Jigme Wangchuk

      From Bhutan

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      Jason 2 years ago

      I am from the Caribbean I would like to find a sponsor for the H2B so that I can work seasonal in the US, my email is j.wylly@yahoo.com

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      YAKUBU AJIJI MAKERI 2 years ago

      Greetings to every one. I m looking for working permit or J1 to work in US. I have Phd information technology with certification in CCNA,CCNP, ORACLE, OCA,OCP. Here is my email. yakubuajiji1@gmail.com

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      amanda 2 years ago

      Greetings to every one that is reading this testimony. I have been rejected by my husband after three(3) years of marriage just because another woman had a spell on him and he left me and the kid to suffer. one day when i was reading through the web, i saw a post on how this spell caster on this address dr.savior have help a woman to get back her husband and i gave him a reply to his address and he told me that a woman had a spell on my husband and he told me that he will help me and after 2 days that i will have my husband back. i believed him and today i am glad to let you all know that this spell caster have the power to bring lovers back. because i am now happy with my husband. Thanks you Dr.savior His email: dr.savior02@gmail.com you can call his phone +2348028017156

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      Jay Patel 2 years ago

      I am a diploma in mechanical engineer. I am 18 years old. I am a fresher and I want to work in USA. I am from Vadodara, Gujarat, India. I want to shift to USA and work there. Can you please help me out?

      Here's my email address- jaypatel6297@gmail.com

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      Ope 2 years ago

      Hi,i need your help,i m on J1 visa and will like to get work permit to work in usa,you can mail me on 6477844092,thanks.