I think this blog explains what employers should expect when dealing with Green Cards and work visas. There are so many implicaitons and responsibilities when hiring someone with a visa or green card. This blog helped shed some light...
The first step is to be able to have a sponsor or an employer that is willing to convert your visa to a working one. If you have none then you will not be able to convert it.
Basically you need to have a sponsor or an employer in order for you to have it converted and for you to be able to use it to work legally. First step is to find an employer and then the company will be the one to help you and process your visa conversion.
You can swap employers on a permanent resident visa. This visa is not employer dependent. You may be referring to the Australian sponsorship visa which is employer dependent. On this visa you would need to find another employer and get them to sponsor you if you are moving employer. You can ask questions live on the visafirst.com website which is quite handy. They mainly do working holiday visas and skilled migration visas
The only way to sponsor a non-relative would be through a work visa if the sponsor owns a company (or have them come work for them - not easy).
Without any work experience you will not be able to find a legitimate company to sponsor you for an H1 visa so almost impossible. H1B visa has few requirements that includes bachelor degree, work experience. Sponsor employer should show to US department you are eligible for the work and you have required skill sets.
Does the illegal alien have to interview in her country for her F-1 visa
An alien MUST get a visa BEFORE coming into the U.S. You would get the visa at the U.S. embassy/consulate in your country.
First of all, you have to make sure there is no "subject to 2 years" condition on your J-1 visa. This condition applies when you are on program that sponsored by either US government or government of your country. If there is no condition applies, you need to find US employer who is willing to hire you and sponsor your employment visa. The employer will be the one who processes the visa application for you. You cannot convert J-1 to H1, you need to return to your country to get visa stamped in your passport.
NO, it is unlawful for the illegal alien to be present in the country. It is unlwaful for any employer to knowingly hire an illegal alien. The illegal alien should immediately leave the country if he/she wants to comply with the law.
A company has to sponsor the Mexican to get a work visa.
from my employer.
There is not much difference and there is a LOT of difference! A visa number is assigned to a person entering the USA. It later can become his/her Resident Alien number if alien status is granted. An alien number (usually from your visa number) is assigned to you when you have been granted legal Resident Alien status.
In terms of applying for a US permanent residency visa for the alien spouse, it doesn't matter at all. When looking to sponsor anyone else, however, a good credit history is one component to being able to show the government that you can provide financially for the prosepective new visa holder.
A Big Hairy Vagina Visa!
There is only one way to remove a visa of someone that is a alien. You will have to take it to court.
You don't (unless you are Asean) - you apply for a class B Non Immigrant Visa and then your employer gets a work permit for you. You will need an offer letter from your employer (prospective employer) for the B Non Im Visa.
Yes. You can get USA and UK work visa without any sponsor by staying there for more than 10 years.
No, not legally.
no not necessary pramod
I'm afraid not
The no objection letter from a past employer is needed to obtain a Visa. It can be sent to the consulate in Mumbai.
No, it's not.