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Work Permits

Work Permits come in all types. Some are issued based upon the main visa and are just a side benefit to the main Visa or status. For example, an L-2 allows somebody to work as a derivate even though it is not specifically a work permit itself.

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Many work permits are based on the medical field such as nurses, doctors, physical therapists and occupational therapists

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Some work permits are derivative to the status. For example, you might be applying for adjustment of status based on marriage and can get a work permit during the application

The I-765 is the main Immigration Application to Apply for the Work Permit. It can be submitted and normally will take between 1 and 3 months to get the issuance of the work permit.

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Applying for a Work Permit can be specifically based upon the type of job. For example, there are H-1B’s, O-1’s, J-1’s, E-2’s and many more