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I potentially have a job waiting for me in the US. How do I get a work visa ?

Indeed, I'm neither a US Citizen nor a Green Card holder. I would like to move out to the US and I know someone who's a hotel manager and he's ready to hire me. I know he's got to do the whole procedure to ask for my work visa but how much time does it take and am I sure to get it ?

Asked By: freedom_034 - 8/11/2012
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there is little to no chance he could employ you... More
Answered By: Uncle - 8/11/2012
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It is not likely you would be able to obtain a visa, especially if it is a job that a US citizen was available to fill. Details here: http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1275.html
Answered By: Ed - 8/11/2012
 
well, you'd have to get your potential employer to file paperwork for you with USCIS, if that's possible. maybe if it's some very specialized position.or this is for temporary or seasonal employment. he'd need to consult a good immigration attorney to see if it's even feasible first though.
Answered By: George L - 8/11/2012
 
You and about 1,000,000,000 other people. Unfortunately, there is no visa available that would allow you or any foreigner to work as a hotel manager in the United States.
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Answered By: Brother_Hesekiel - 8/11/2012
 
There is no work in a hotel that could possibly ever qualify you for a work visa. This is not going to happen for you.
Answered By: Lisa A - 8/11/2012
 
Never going to happen. There are millions of US citizens that can perform that job, no work visa would be issued for an unskilled position.
Answered By: Jan - 8/11/2012
 
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