If you already have a green card or visa, then you’re considered a permanent resident of the U.S. As a permanent resident, you have the right to work in any job you choose, as long as you file applicable tax returns and report your income to the Internal Revenue Service. If you do not already have your green card or visa, you may be able to get approval for one by seeking one of several immigration employment opportunities.
Immigration Employment Opportunities that Qualify for a Visa/Green Card
There are a number of employment opportunities that may qualify you for a U.S. green card or visa, thus enabling you to live and work permanently in the United States. A standing job offer, for example, could qualify you for a U.S. green card. Additionally, so could certain types of business investments and a variety of specialized abilities or degrees.
The options are truly endless. Because of this, it’s always best to discuss your immigration and employment goals with a qualified attorney. They will be able to help you identify potential opportunities for immigration through employment, and they will be able to ensure you meet all legal requirements and stipulations before moving forward. Additionally, they will even be able to assist and guide you through the application process – from start to finish.
Help with Immigration Employment Opportunities
Are you currently seeking immigration employment opportunities? Let the Davis Law Firm help. We’ll determine the best immigration and employment route for you, and we’ll help you through the entire application process. Call us today to get started.