USA Work Permit

USA Work Permit

One of the most common routes to employment in the US is the H1B visa. An employer must submit an application for this visa on the worker’s behalf. Since the visa is only given to specialists, most candidates have a Bachelor’s degree or higher and come from industries like IT, finance, architecture, medical, or science, among others. 

Lets Work Abroad assists companies in submitting H1B petitions on behalf of their employees. We also assist workers from all over the world in landing jobs with organisations that will likely sponsor them for an H1B visa.


The H1B Visa is one of the most competitive visas to apply for. Due to there being an annual visa cap, there is a huge demand from US employers applying for this visa. Additionally, since it is a route to a Green Card, it is one of the best visas to apply to work in the US.

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H1B Visa Process

Step 1

An employer in the United States must offer you a job in a specialty occupation. The position typically requires a bachelor’s degree or higher in a specific field related to the job.

Step 2

An employer should register your details with uscis for cap h1b lottery process. In the first week of march till last date.

Step 3

Get to know from the employer weather your application is selected in the lottery process.

Step 4

Labor Condition Application (LCA): The employer must submit a Labor Condition Application (LCA) to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). The LCA includes details about the job, including the wage offered, working conditions, and attestations regarding labor laws.

Step 5

Form I-129 Petition: Once the LCA is certified, the employer files Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The petition includes supporting documents such as the certified LCA, job offer letter, and educational qualifications.

Step 6

USCIS Processing: USCIS reviews the petition and supporting documents to determine eligibility. If approved, USCIS issues an approval notice (Form I-797).

Step 7

Consular Processing or Change of Status: If the beneficiary is outside the U.S., they must apply for an H-1B visa at a U.S. consulate or embassy.
If the beneficiary is already in the U.S. on a different nonimmigrant status, they may apply for a change of status to H-1B.

Step 8

H-1B Visa Stamping (if applicable): If the beneficiary is outside the U.S., they attend a visa interview at the U.S. consulate or embassy and obtain an H-1B visa stamp on their passport.
Travel to the U.S.

Step 9

Once the visa is issued, the beneficiary can travel to the U.S. and enter with H-1B status.

Step 10

Form I-94 Arrival/Departure Record: Upon entry into the U.S., the beneficiary is issued an I-94 record, which indicates the duration of authorized stay.

Step 11

Employment Period: The H-1B visa is typically granted for an initial period of three years, with the possibility of extension for up to six years. Extensions beyond six years are possible under certain circumstances.

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