To apply for a U.S. work visa, have your prospective employer file a petition on your behalf to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Fill the online visa application form, and then schedule a visa interview and gather the required documentation before attending the visa interview. Upon approval of the visa, pay the visa issuance fee, if applicable, says the U.S. Department of State.Continue Reading
Some work visa categories require an employer to obtain, on the applicant's behalf, certain approvals or labor certifications from the U.S. Department Labor. The application for a work visa commences once the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services approves the nonimmigrant worker’s petition, according to the U.S. Department of State.
Complete the online nonimmigrant visa application form, and print the confirmation page. Upload your photo based on the format requirements on the application’s page. Schedule an appointment for a visa interview at the consulate or embassy in your country of origin by providing the receipt number printed on the approved nonimmigrant petition, says the U.S. Department of State.
Pay the visa application fee and prepare for the interview by gathering required documentation, including a passport, a printout of the visa application form confirmation page, the payment receipt for the application fee and the receipt number of the approved petition. Attend the visa interview and have your digital fingerprint scans taken. The order of these steps may vary depending on the embassy or consulate where the person applies, according to the U.S. Department of State.Learn more about Immigration