Quick OverviewH-2B work visas are available for skilled and unskilled workers who have been offered a temporary or seasonal non-agricultural job from an U.S. employer. H2B work visas are a great option for individuals who do not qualify for H1B work visas. The H-2B Work Visa Application Guide contains general information about the H-2B work visa, including eligibility requirements and application procedures. Download the H-2B Work Visa Application Guide and submit your H2B visa application today!
- Overview of Contents
- Overview of the H2B Work Visa Application Process
- H2B Work Visa Eligibility
- Application Procedures for H2B Work Visa
- Drawbacks and Benefits of H2B Work Visa
- List of Required Documents for H2B Work Visa
- Information on H2B Work Visa quota and cap
- Finding an H2B Job and Sponsor
- How to Obtain a "Temporary Labor Certificate"
- Instructions on Applying at a U.S. Consulate
- Instructions on Applying if You Are already in the U.S.
- Information on H-2B Visa Extension
- How to Apply for a Green Card from H-2B Visa Status
- Photo Requirements
- Information on Visa Filing Fees
- Learn how to prepare yourself for the Visa Interview
- Learn what to do if your application is denied
- Extension and renewal information
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on H2B work visas
- List of USCIS Offices in the United States
- List of U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad
- All required immigration forms are included
Additional information about H-2B Work Visas:
- The H-2B Work Visa was created to allow people to come to the United States temporarily for mainly non-agricultural job for which American workers are in short supply.
- Up to 66,000 H-2B Work Visas are issued every year
- There are good prospects for H-2B Visas to remain available in the future