Work in the USA - J1 and H2B Visa Info

If you are not a U.S. citizen, and you would like to work in United States, you will need to have the appropriate work visa. The most common visa for temporary work in the U.S. is the J-1. You must be a full-time university student or within six months of graduation to qualify for this visa. Contact any of the sponsoring agencies below to obtain your work visa. Additional information can be found here.

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InterExchange

InterExchange - Experiences of a Lifetime

New York, Argentina, Australia, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, and more!

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Alliance Abroad Group - Four Mile Beach 5 Star Resort on the Great Barrier Reef

Seasonal Professional - Chefs, F&B, & Housekeeping on Great Barrier Reef

Work for Sydney Company with Global Attractions

Alliance Abroad Group - World's leading location-based, family entertainment with over 90 visitor attractions worldwide

Seasonal Professional - Guest Services, Retail, F&B, & Cooks

Bartenders, Bartenders, Bartenders needed in Sydney!

Alliance Abroad Group - World-Class Company with over 50 Venues in Sydney

Seasonal Professional - Bartenders

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The H-2B work Visa

The H-2B nonimmigrant visa program permits U.S. employers to hire foreign workers to perform temporary non-agricultural work. There is a limit on the number of foreign workers who may receive H-2B status during each.

You cannot apply for an H-2B visa as an individual. A U.S. employer must sponsor you for an H-2B visa. 

If you want to work seasonally in the U.S., and you are NOT a student, you can learn more about the H-2B work visa here.  

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