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Do hotels Sponsor Visas

Do Hotels and other similar types of establishments sponsor visas?

If you’re wondering, “Do Hotels Sponsor Visas” – the answer is yes, they do. Hotels and other hospitality establishments are more likely to sponsor workers for H-2B visas or J-1 visas. The H-2B visa allows employers to bring temporary workers to the U.S. to help with seasonal or peak load work (ex. resorts sponsoring H-2B lifeguards during the summer season). The J-1 visa allows employers to bring temporary workers as interns or trainees (ex., a chef training in a restaurant).

 

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