Workers can return for consecutive years if an Employer requests them back. However, in some circumstances workers may need to remain in their home country for three months (or more) before re-applying for another visa. If the individual is currently in the United States on an H-2B visa, they may extend the visa for up to three consecutive years.
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- What happens after I register online and submit my application?
- How can I find out what positions are currently available?
- What happens if I don't have a resume?
- What qualifies me for a H-2B Extension
- Do H-2B workers get paid less that U.S. workers?
- Do you have to have a Social Security number to start working?
- I have worked in the US on a J-1 Visa, can I apply and return on a H-2B visa?
- Can my US Employer request me back for the following year?
- When is the closing date for this program?
- How do I apply to go on the H-2B Program?