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Working in the U.S.: Get the right visas

You love your job, and you've been able to rise to a high position in your country. Now, the company wants to see you move to America and take over a role there. It's a dream that was a long time coming, and now you just want to do everything you can to get the transfer and appropriate immigration documents together.

Less H1-B employment visa applications are getting approved now

A new report published by the National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP) reflects that over 200,000 highly skilled workers with job offers in hand with U.S. employers were either flat out denied a work visa in 2017. Only some of them were given an opportunity to provide the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office with additional information so that their applications could be reconsidered.

What is an investment visa?

Immigration in the United States comes in many forms, depending on the needs of the person applying for a visa and the justifications he or she provides for immigrating. In many cases, an immigrant comes to America for very specific investment or development purposes, which requires an investment visa.

How can you come to the United States to work permanently?

If you're planning to come to the United States to work, it's important to make sure you have the right work visa. Every fiscal year, there are approximately 140,000 visas available to those from countries outside the United States.

Working in the United States? Learn how you can legally do so

You've always wanted to come to the United States, but you're not sure if you qualify. To work in the United States, you will need to get permission. You can get permission in one of three ways as an immigrant. You can obtain a Permanent Resident Card, an Employment Authorization Document or an employment-related visa. You will need to meet several requirements before you can obtain any of these permissive documents.

Bringing foreign workers to the U.S. can be a tedious process

Some employers who look to hire from abroad may wish to have confidence in knowing that the person they look to invest their relocation and training resources into will be able to stay with them indefinitely if they want them to.

What could “merit-based” immigration mean for you?

The White House has been touting major immigration reforms for some time now, and there is a very real chance that the United States could soon see the largest change in immigration policy in nearly a century. As politicians push back and forth, one of the most commonly-used terms in the debate is "merit-based immigration".

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