Despite the challenges and delays in interviews, these legal avenues offer the possibility of working in the United States without requiring a college degree.
In search of job opportunities in the United States, citizens who want to travel to this country will find different types of visas for their purposes. B1 or B2 visas are usually for tourism, business or medical treatment, while F-1 visas are intended for full-time students.
In addition, the J-1 visa offers the possibility of participate in programs cultural or professional exchange. To request them, it is necessary to complete the DS-160 form, pay a fee of U$D 160 and schedule an interview, although the process currently has delays of up to 24 months.
Those seeking to work temporarily in the United States without a college degree can explore the H-2B visa option. This category is designed for workers who perform temporary or seasonal jobs, such as cleaning, housekeeping, maintenance, and agriculture. The H-2B program allows employers Americans bring in foreign workers to fill non-agricultural jobs, as long as they show a labor shortage Americans qualified for temporary roles.
However, obtaining this visa means that a American citizen sponsor indicates that there are not enough trained and available local workers to perform such temporary tasks. Despite the requirements, the H-2B visa provides an opportunity to work legally deer which contributes to the diversity of the North American country’s workforce.