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4 Types of U.S. Work Authorizations

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If you are a foreign national seeking to work in the United States, you will need to gain authorization from the government. There are four main types of work authorizations available to immigrants in the United States. The type of authorization you request will depend on the amount of time you want to remain in the U.S. and whether working will be the sole purpose of your travels. Our Dallas immigration attorneys explain the different types of work authorizations available.

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U.S. Work Authorizations

There are many employment-based visas available to foreign workers. However, the application process can vary depending on your situation. Below are the different types of work authorizations you can apply for:

  • Temporary worker: There are various employment visas available for individuals who want to stay in the United States for a limited time or for a specific purpose related to work.
  • Temporary visitors for business: To obtain a temporary visitors visa for business travel, you will need to apply for a B-1 visa, unless you are eligible under the Visa Waiver Program.
  • Student and exchange visitors: There are visas available for students seeking to work while studying in the states.
  • Permanent worker: This authorization is for immigrants who want to live and work in the United States permanently.

Experienced Dallas Immigration Lawyers

If you want to seek employment in the United States or want to sponsor a foreign national to work for your company, our team at Akula & Associates P.C. is here to help you. For over 30+ years, our Dallas immigration attorneys have been helping families and workers achieve successful immigration cases. We have the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to help you find the right employment visa for your unique situation.

Contact our Dallas immigration attorneys today at (844) 299-5003 to schedule a case review!