H Visas: H-1B Visa, H-2B Visa, and H-3 Visa

H Visas

H-1B Work Visas

The American H1B Visa is one of the most sought after temporary non-immigrant visas, as it allows qualified foreign workers entry into America for the purpose of undertaking employment. This visa only applies to certain foreign workers, and requires that the American employer petition the USCIS on behalf of the prospective foreign employee.  Click here to continue reading…

H-2B Work Visa for Skilled and Unskilled Workers

The H2B Visa is a temporary visa allowing employers in America to recruit overseas workers if the need for the foreign employee is only temporary in nature, mainly for non-agricultural jobs, in which the United States workers are in short supply. This visa is granted for a 1 year period and may be extended for additional periods of 1 year to a maximum of 3 years, although an extension is very rare and hard to obtain. Up to 66,000 H-2B Visas are issued every year.  Click here to continue reading…

H-3 Trainee Work Visas

General Information: The United States issues H-3 Temporary Trainee Visas to foreign nationals who wish to come to the United States for on-the-job training provided by an American company. H-3 Trainee Visa holders are allowed to work only for the company that is providing the training. Under this Trainee Visa, employment should only play a minor role in the program, as the main objective should be the training, not the actual work. H-3 Temporary Trainee Visas are usually issued for the duration of the training program (up to 2 years). Extensions may be granted, but within the 2-year limit.  Click here to continue reading…

If the necessary conditions are satisfied then the applicant can apply for a visa. If you would like to find out if you qualify, please Contact Us for a free assessment.