What's the best way to apply for a visa sponsorship?
I'm a fresh a graduate in the telecommunications field, I have experiense in mayor mexican telecommuncations companies, I'm moving to california due that my girlfriend is currrently living there, I have been applying but so far no luck, so here I am asking for an advise. I would be so thankful for your advices. :)
Thanks! #computer-networking #sponsorship #visas
1)Look for a Job in the H1B Visa Sponsors Database. ...
2)Apply for the Job and Get an Offer. ...
3)Find an Internship. ...
4)Look for Boutique Consulting Companies. ...
5)Look for Global Consulting Companies. ...
6)Getting student VISA is easier than getting a work permit. So go to the US as a student and convert into a work permit.
After 2016, Trump has brought in many restrictions on issuing US work permits so chances of getting a US visa is very less
as it goes through the lottery process.
Another option, is to work for a company in Mexico and then get transferred to USA using the L1A or L1B visa.
You could also consider getting enrolled in a degree program in California enter on the F1 student visa. Once your degree is completed, you could look for a job that sponsors a work visa for you.
An H-1B visa is the most common way for employers to sponsor professional workers in the U.S. In order to qualify for this sponsorship, the employee must hold a position that requires at least a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in that field. Once obtained, an H-1B visa allows its bearer to stay and work in the U.S. legally for up to three years. After those three years, the visa can be renewed for up to six total years.
From an employer perspective, H-1B eligibility is much more complex. The employer must file the petition for the visa on behalf of the employee, who is not allowed to self-petition. Every company, regardless of size or age, must petition for one of the 65,000 H-1B visas that are made available every April 1st by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Note that 6,800 of those visas are set aside, per trade agreements, for immigrants from Singapore and Chile. An additional 20,000 H-1B visas are made available for workers with advanced degrees, meaning a master’s degree or above. Usually, more applications are filed than visas are available within the first week of April, meaning that the fate of the employee’s visa rests in the hands of an annual lottery.