Is it difficult to obtain a work visa in the U.S.? What do I need to do?
Lawyer Advice: So, you were able to get a job in the U.S. or somebody is offering you job. Is it difficult to get a work visa? If a professional attorney handles this process, it might be easier than you think. Do you need a degree? Usually yes, but there are exceptions. Can you bring your loved ones to stay in this country, while you work? Yes, you can. Is there a quota on work visas? Yes, there is - but under certain conditions, you might not be subject to those quotas. Also, your employer might be able to sponsor you and your family for a green card. An experienced New York work visa lawyer will be able to assess your personal situation, ensure that you obtain that visa and eventually become a permanent resident.
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