No. If you are in the USA without the permission of the US Government, why would you think it would be "all right " for you to work in the USA?
Firstly, there was no need for snooty remark. Secondly, the question was whether you need a Green Card to work. The is no. You need a work permit.
US Federal law requires all employers to furnish proof that everyone they hire is legally allowed to work in the US. The employer can be fined up to $100,000 per employee for violations, so they are careful. You will either need to prove you are a US citizen (usually a picture id such as driver's license AND a social security card) or that you are a legal resident by presenting a valid Alien Registration card(called a green card.) This is for any job, from busboy to medical doctor.
I have only heard the term "work permit" used in the US to apply to citizens who are under 16.
If you are not a US citizen, you need either a VISA (E, H, J, L, etc.) or a Green Card. Visa's typically have very specific rules and time limits attached. Green Cards are issued to people who have moved to the US permanently. Often people move to the US to work using a visa program and then apply for permanent resident status.
You can if you have valid Visa like H1B, B1 etc. If you don't have any visa neither a green card, then it is quite risky to work here. Even employers who employ illegals are fined 100,000 $ even unknowingly. Green Card is not the only visa which gives you the right to work in US.
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i dont think so
You need a driver's license to drive, and insurance on the vehicle you're driving.
No, a company can not charge a credit card without permission. This violation should be reported immediately to your credit card company.
The subscriber on a insurance card is the person or company of which the bill is sent to. The subscriber may have many people on one insurance policy.
No, there is no such thing an an "insurance card" in Massachusetts. The insurance information is on the registration, you can't get the registration without it.
If you have their drivers license and insurance card what else will you need to know their insurance company. Perhaps you did not list the question correctly for what you meant.
look to see if there is a insurance card in the car, if not call the insurance company
I think you can renew the old insurance. If you have the card then maybe you can identify what insurance company it is. You also have another option to have your new insurance from another automobile insurance firm. I hope this peace of information will help you.
I doubt it.
That depends on the motives of the green card holder ;)
Through sponsorship. It can be from a company that needs your expertise. Once you have held a visa for a certain length of time you may then (via your company) apply for a Green Card. You can marry a US Citizen or another Green Card holder and then they can petition on your behalf. It is extremely difficult to get a Green Card on your own.
If you have dental insurance and expect to use it at a dentist, you need to present the card so that they can get the information off of it to bill your insurance company. If you cannot present the card, they are unable to get the information they need.
only if your insurance company has on line documents. I have USAA and they provide this service
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Yes All you have to have is a valid drivers licence and a credit card with enough limit left to cover the cost. But the insurance the rental company will charge is not cheap!
Yes it is, you just have to get a Canada Insurance Card from your insurance company. Polcies do not cover Mexico.
One company that make an insurance card scanner is 'athenahealth'. Other companies that make such cards include 'MedicScan' and 'Card Scanning Solutions'.
In order to replace your lost insurance card you will need to contact your insurance company. Their contact information is typically found on the back of the card, but if the card has been lost, it is probably best to go the insurance company's home page to get their contact number.
To be honest it depends on where you are from and what country has granted you a green card. US green card holders can visit Mexico and Canada without a visa, but you still need a passport and leaving the Us for over a year can lead to having your green card taken away.
If a person loses their car insurance card they can request another one by calling the company. In the future it would be wise to make additional copies of the insurance card and to store them at home and in the car.
You can't legally work in the US without a green card, and it will be hard for you to apply for a green card without sponsorship. If you have solid job prospects and valuable work experience, a prospective employer might help you apply. You can not in the USA. Working here in the U.S requires that you are a legal citizen so getting your green card before hand is crucial.
yes! or no