Video: H-1B Work Visa, Procedures and Costs for Work Permit in the USA, Part 2 (Procedures and Costs)





In this video, the Immigration Professor Robert Perkins discusses the procedures and estimated costs for an H-1B work visa. All of our videos on immigration topics are available on our website, http://Immigration-Professor.com and on YouTube at http://YouTube.com/ImmigrationProf.

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About Robert Perkins
Robert A. Perkins | Attorney at Law Robert A. Perkins is the sole partner and founder of Robert A. Perkins & Associates, PC. Since the establishment of the firm in 1994, Mr. Perkins' focus has been in Employment and Family Based Immigration. Mr. Perkins has represented many companies and individuals within the United States and abroad. His experience and knowledge of immigration have made him a nationally renowned attorney in his field. Immigration Attorney Robert A. Perkins is licensed and admitted in the State of Illinois and the US Supreme Court.

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  1. George says:

    I have a question. A friend of mine works at Wells Fargo in Miami. She told me she could get me a job at Wells fargo. The problem is that Wells Fargo does not provide sponsorship. So I need to get a work permit first. I have a BBA degree and currently doing my masters degree in Netherlands. I graduate in March and I have already started looking for jobs. Could you advice how it works in such case? I could get a job offer from Wells Fargo without work permit sponsorship (I dont know how it works technically, but could get an official document stating that the company is willing to hire me) Would then be possible to apply for the work permit/visa on my own? Thanks in advance

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