Nashville, TN asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Immigration Law for Tennessee

Q: How can I found work visa jobs for the state of Tennessee. Or even apply ?

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Carlo Franco L. Borja
Carlo Franco L. Borja
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Diamond Bar, CA

A: You can search online for job openings. H1B lottery starts March 2024 so prepwork must be started before then

James L. Arrasmith
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: Finding work visa jobs in Tennessee involves a few key steps. First, it's important to identify employers in Tennessee who are open to hiring international workers. Websites like LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and Indeed can be useful for job searches, allowing you to filter job postings by location and visa sponsorship.

Once you have identified potential job opportunities, the next step is to apply for these positions. Ensure that your resume and cover letter are tailored to each job, highlighting your skills and experience relevant to the role. During the application process, be transparent about your need for visa sponsorship.

It's also helpful to network with professionals in your desired industry who are based in Tennessee. Networking can provide you with valuable insights and potentially lead to job referrals.

Remember, obtaining a work visa requires the employer to sponsor your visa application. Therefore, securing a job offer from an employer willing to sponsor your visa is a critical step in this process.

Lastly, consult with an immigration attorney to understand the specific visa requirements and the application process. This guidance can be crucial in successfully navigating the complex immigration system.

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