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Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in the USA.

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Want to become a digital nomad in the United States? The digital nomad's guide to the United States will help you make the most of your nomadic life abroad

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How can I create a business in the United States? Can I get some help to open my business in the U.S? Is it possible to work freelance in the United States?

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You will need a working visa to be able to find a job or to follow a training program. If you are a skilled worker, you will need the H1-B visa while for an internship you have to apply for a J-1 visa.

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To find a job in Chicago, you need to apply for a work visa, that is the H1-B type visa. Different types of visas apply to different categories of workers. You need to determine to which category you belong before making an application.

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To do an internship in California, you need a sponsor which will fill out the necessary procedures regarding the visa requirements. You can go through a recruitment agency or search on the Internet.

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To find a job in Miami, you need to have qualities and skills that are not available in the local labor market. It is easier to find a job in the tourism sector. But you must first apply for a work visa, called the H1-B visa.

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To find a job in New York as an expat, you will have to apply for a work permit. If you are already studying in the US with a study visa, you already qualify for a work permit.

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To do an internship in New York, you will need an intership visa, or the J-1 visa. You can find an internship by your own means or with the help of an agency.

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The US labor market is known to be liberal. Most employees are hired according to a verbal agreement between them and their employer. A normal working day generally consists of eight working hours.

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