you need a work visa , and the proper forms. Follow the rules on the INS documented forms. You will also need to submit finger prints and passport photos as well as the filing fees.
I recommend using a legal company to assist in filing the proper documents and saving lots of time and money in the long run.
click on documents. with each document comes detailed instructions. follow them to the letter.
check with the embassey for s work permit & visa. and go from there
So would I and I've lived here all my life. Good luck with that.
You need to apply for a visa. If you've already had a job offer and can prove it to the American embassy, they might just grant you the full 12 months.
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