Professional Work Visa H-1B and E-3 Application Guide Package
Foreign professionals, working in a specialty occupation, who have been sponsored by an employer to work in the U.S. need a H-1B visa which is a non-immigrant work visa. The H-1B visa is valid for three years and maybe extended for another three years. The employer may later sponsor the H-1B holder for a green card if they so require.
A specialty occupation is, "one that requires theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge to fully perform the occupation AND which requires the attainment of a bachelor's degree or higher in a specific specialty as a minimum for entry into the occupation in the United States."
The employer has to prove a need for a specialty worker as the minimum requirement for taking up the job on offer. The employee needs to have the degree or its equivalent that qualifies them for this position. The employer then needs to obtain an approved Labor Conditions Application affirming relevant wage and working conditions and a list of other conditions as well. This is followed by filing an application with the USCIS.
Each year, only 65,000 H-1B visas are issued by the USCIS. The demand for this visa is always high so it is imperative that an applicant takes a lot of care in preparing an error free H1-B visa application. Also, it is a time consuming process involving the filing of forms both with the USCIS and the Department of Labor. Making a mistake in an application means having to wait for another whole year before being able to apply again.
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Immigrating to the USA can be a complex issue. In this package we will break down the complexities and explain the procedures. Find the Government forms, requirements and step-by-step instructions that you need to complete your H1-B Temporary Work Visa Application. Start today! Order your kit now!
Inside this package you will find:
- A complete set of forms that you will need to fill out to get your H1-B Temporary Work Visa Application.
- Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations, for you to perfectly understand what is requested in every single line of the forms.
- How to Establish your Ethnic Background.
- Guide for U.S. Business Employing Foreign Nationals.
- Different Types of Visa: H-1C (Nurses), H-2A (Agricultural Workers), H-2B (Non-Agricultural Workers), H-3 (Special Education Training), D-1 (Crew Visa), L-1 Managerial Visa, O-1 (Extraordinary Abilities), P-2 (Temporary Entertainer Visa), Q (International Cultural Exchange), E (Commerce / Trade), R-1 (Temporary Religious Worker).
- NAFTA Canadian / Mexican Trade Agreement.
- H Visa and the Law.
- H1-B Temporary Work Visa Application: Introduction, General Overview, Eligibility Requirements, Form and Filing Procedures for Employees and Employers.
- Additional Considerations for H1-B Temporary Work Visa: Applying, Entry to the U. S., Accompanying Relatives, Changing Employers, Filing Complaints, Changing Status, Extension of Stay, Applying at the Border Post, Visa Appointment, Travel and Re-entry to the U.S.
- Submission of your H1-B Temporary Work Visa Application.
- Additional Supporting Documents: Photo Specification, U.S. Immigration Filing Fees, Fingerprints, Translations, Documents and Photocopy Information about your H1-B Temporary Work Visa Application.
- Contact Information for Government Agencies and Directory of American Consulates and Embassies.
- Frequently Asked Questions and Answers.
- Summary of Requirements.
- Updates and USCIS Notices about H1-B Temporary Work Visa Application.