Limitations & Requirements
Please note: You cannot legally work on a B visa, nor are you eligible to apply for a work permit. For those in a profession requiring U.S. licensure to practice their profession (nurses, engineers, physicians, lawyers, dentists, architects, teachers, public accounting), you are required to satisfy all requirements and must have the required license in order to be granted the visa by the embassy. Working or attempting to find employment while in the U.S. on a tourist visa (B1/B2) visa is a violation of law and is grounds for cancellation, revocation, and deportation. If you have been turned down for a work visa, you are unlikely to get a tourist visa. Specific immigration advice, explanation, and procedures are only provided, in telephone or office consultations.
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