how can i work in usa with an italian passport?
- 4 weeks ago
Claim asylum! Half of rapes in Italy are by migrants. An Italian girl was allegedly eaten by a Nigerian migrant after he dismembered her.
- random_manLv 71 month ago
Get a work visa.
There are a number of them:
Having an Italian / EU passport is an advantage in that you can travel as a visitor under the visa waiver program, but it grants you no special standing in terms of working. You have to meet the same criteria as anyone else.
- 1 month ago
Throw away your Passport, learn Spanish wake thru the Mexico US Board, get a hold of the ACLU, then just walk around with a "I'M A DREAMER" cardboard sign and you could even run fo Office in California .....
- MaxiLv 71 month ago
If you are highly educted and skilled and a US employer employs you and sponsors a work visa then you can work in the US for the term of the work contract
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- sunshine_melLv 71 month ago
With a US work visa, obviously.
- ibu guruLv 71 month ago
What are your qualifications? What degrees do you hold in which field from which universities where? How well did you do? What post-master's (preferably professional or doctoral) degree experience do you have doing what, exactly, how well & how long for whom where? Is this a STEM occupation in short supply in the US? And does your work have to be done on-site in the US, and cannot be done remotely? IF you qualify, and IF you can find an open position with a qualified employer, apply for the job. IF you can beat out all other applicants for that job (expect 100-1000 applicants are common for any job which might offer prospects of a temporary employment visa), your employer will apply for your visa. You cannot apply for any employment visa, only QUALIFIED employers can.
With the trend toward self-employment, remote work, telecommuting exploding this year, chances of working on temporary visa in US are bound to shrink, even as more people around the world are trying to get into US to work! Several companies have already announced that all jobs will be done remotely from now on, except building maintenance. If your job does not require you to work on-site, in-person, and it cannot be done remotely, you cannot get a visa. You can stay in your country & do the work there at local pay rates.
- W.T. DoorLv 71 month ago
You have to be sponsored for a work visa by a company or organization in the USA which has offered you a job. You cannot apply for a work visa on your own.
- regeruggedLv 71 month ago
You will have to get a work Visa from the US State Department.
- RobinLv 71 month ago
Get a work visa
- FoofaLv 71 month ago
To do it legally you'd need to get a work visa (same as if a US person wanted to work in Italy).