Gaining employment in the United States has long been a goal for individuals from around the world. Many even call it the American Dream. But for some, getting a job in the United States is easier said than done. With several Americans struggling to find viable work due to an ever-changing economy, it can prove difficult for a foreigner to secure a job to make a living off of.
Even so, there are ways — more importantly, there is a process to gaining and securing employment in the United States if you don’t live there. Here is the easiest (step-by-step) way to do that.
1. See if your current employer has USA ties
Perhaps you work for a global company that has employees or even clients in the United States. If so, and you have established a good working track record with your employer, you could ask if you move your office overseas.
Your employer could and should then apply for a work visa on your behalf. If not, if you show that you earn a substantial enough income, then you should be able to easily qualify for one.