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H-1B Work Visa for College Educated ProfessionalsDownload
General Information about the H-1B Work Visa: The H-1B Visa allows professionals in "Specialty Occupations," to contribute to the American economy. Each year, a maximum of 65,000 H-1B visas are issued. The H-1B Visa can be issued for up three years, but it may be extended. The maximum stay is six years. If a company wishes to sponsor an H1-B Visa holder, they can apply for a Green Card.
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- H-1B Work Visa Overview
- H-1B Work Visa Requirements
- H-1B Work Visa Benefits
- H-1B Visa Drawbacks
- Information about H-1B Work Visa Eligibility
- How to apply for an H-1B Work Visa
- H-1B Work Visa Interview Information
- How to find an H1B job and sponsor
- Visa Eligibility Information
- List of Documents Required
- Information about Filing Fees
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
- List of all USCIS Offices in the Nation
- Directory of U.S. Consulates and Embassies
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General Information about Business Visas
Other work visas
- You can apply for a H-2B Work Visa if you don’t have the required college education.
- Australian citizens can apply for E-3 Treaty Professional Visas
- Two types of Work Visas are available for Registered Nursing
- Canadian and Mexican citizens can also be eligible for TN Work Visas