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Preparing for job hunting as an immigrant

If you are coming to the United States as an immigrant, you have to ensure that you are prepared for getting your job duties done here. Of course, the most important thing for you to do is to have your paperwork in order so that employers can legally hire you. Without having the documentation necessary, they can't allow you to work for them.

The documentation you need varies, but you will need a green card or a visa. Visas are for temporary workers who are classified as nonimmigrants, and green cards are for permanent workers classified as immigrants.

When you apply to companies, let them know about your immigrant status, so they are prepared to confirm it if you have the documents you need. There are several industries that you might find work in. These include everything from the agricultural industry to sales and information technology. You should think about what you enjoy doing and what skills you have. This might help you to find a position in which you can thrive.

You need to get a resume in order. This is a brief overview of your education and work history. You need to check the formatting and have the entire thing proofread to ensure that there aren't any issues with it. Be sure to include your contact information, so they can contact you if they want to have you come in for an interview or to offer you a position.

When you have anything immigration-related that needs your attention, you should be sure that you know your responsibilities. This enables you to address anything that you need to do, so you are able to work through problems efficiently.

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