Established in 2002, Good Advise is a private immigration company with a team of highly experienced migration attorneys, lawyers and specialists who represent clients from across the globe wishing to apply for a US visa. Good Advise provides fee-based services in addition to the official government charges to advise, assist and represent our clients through the often-complex visa application process. All decisions for granting of a visa remain with the US Government subject to lodging a valid application using the free forms available on the Government website and meeting the relevant criteria. Good Advise is not affiliated with the US Government and act independent in the interests of our clients.
Although currently experiencing a slowing period, the US economy is resilient and is primed to improve in the coming months. Strong exports continue to buoy the economy and the dollar continues to rise in comparison to other currencies worldwide.
Working in the US
US Labor Market
The US labor market is highly competitive and it is important to note that approval to immigrate does not guarantee employment, even if you are highly skilled. It may take some time to find a suitable job. The job market fluctuates depending on prevailing economic factors, the type of work you are seeking and other specific circumstances which may affect different industries or parts of the country.
America Needs Skilled Workers
However, the US is thirsty for new skilled and unskilled workers in a variety of fields. These include, registered nurses and other medical personnel, IT and computer personnel, agricultural workers combined food preparation, serving workers just to name a few.
Finding Jobs in the US
The US labor market is highly competitive and it is important to note that most employment-based visas require a job offer from a US employer even if you are highly skilled. It may take some time to find a suitable job and an employer sponsor. The job market fluctuates depending on prevailing economic factors, the type of work you are seeking and other specific circumstances which may affect different industries or parts of the country.
The Department of Labor has found that recent immigrants were more likely than their native-born counterparts to be employed in service occupations, in natural resources, construction, maintenance occupations, production, transportation, and material moving occupations