1 of 5 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × H1-B visa: What you need to know about the visa program for U.S. workers, with photos and interactive maps View Photos The visa program allows foreigners who have not completed college or worked in the U.N. to work for the U, the agency that pays for the visas.
But the H1 and H2B visas are issued to people who have completed college and worked in U.K., Canada, Ireland and Australia, as well as many other countries.
In addition, some countries allow foreigners to work with their own spouses.
The visas allow Americans to work legally in about 40 countries around the world, including the United States.
The H1 visa is issued to high-skilled foreign workers and offers a limited work permit, while the H2 visa is for workers in occupations requiring advanced training, such as computer and scientific software developers, designers and computer programmers.
Here are the visa requirements for both types of visas.
H1 Visa The H-1B visa is a temporary work permit.
It’s a temporary visa that expires on Oct. 31 and is available for permanent residents and green card holders.
The first applications for this visa are due to be received on Feb. 6.
The visa’s requirements are as follows: The visa must be issued within five years of the worker’s arrival in the United State.
The worker must be employed full-time and the work must be related to a covered occupation, subject to certain conditions.
The work must include at least three months’ wages or tips.
The workers must be paid at least $150,000 per year, and the worker must have completed at least 10 months of experience in a covered job.
The Visa Processing Center can accept an application from any applicant who has received an H1, a H2, or a H1 B visa within the past six months.
H2 Visa The second visa, the H-2B, allows U.L.S.-trained H-visas to be issued.
It can only be issued to U.B. citizens and residents who are in the country on an H-5 work visa.
This visa is not for permanent resident status.
The following requirements are needed for the visa: The H visa is valid for a maximum of 180 days, but can be renewed once each year, after which the visa expires.
The holder must be working in a U.s. industry that requires training.
The training must be from a U of L institution.
The requirements for the H visa are as following: The holder has to work at least 15 hours per week for at least two years.
The employer must provide at least one year of employment with the worker.
The employee must have at least a bachelor’s degree or be working toward a degree.
If the worker is from an Asian country, the employer must have a U-visa for each year of work.
The U visa is available to U-bound workers.
For more information, visit the Visa Processing Centers website.