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What U.S. Work Visa Do I Need to Hire a Cook?

“I own a Restaurant and want to bring a Cook here on a Visa to work for us.  What Visa is a good fit for this?” The most common visa for temporary workers is the H-1B visa. However, this visa category is usually reserved for highly skilled professionals in specialty...

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What U.S. Visa Do I Need as a Viticulturist?

H-2A Visas and Viticulturists A viticulturist (a person who specializes in the cultivation of grapes for winemaking) can apply for an H-2A visa. The H-2A visa is a temporary agricultural worker visa that allows foreign nationals to enter the United States to perform...

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Does the Fishing Industry Qualify for H-2A Visas?

A shortage of workers in the commercial fishing and processing industries has led to increased interest among U.S. employers to temporarily hire workers from other countries. Two popular visa programs, H-2A and H-2B, allow foreign national workers from eligible...

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Workers Who Are Exempt from the H-2B Visa Cap

The H-2B nonimmigrant visa program allows U.S. employers to fill full-time, temporary, non-agricultural positions with workers from certain foreign countries. The program is particularly popular in industries such as hospitality, construction, landscaping,...

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