Many countries require that all workers coming from abroad request a visa.
For all jobs listed on this site, the company will entirely sponsor your visa, which means you do not need to have any current visa status, or do anything special.
Some jobs you see don't have tiles, either because their country doesn't require visas, or because they haven't decided which visas fit them best and are open to talk about it; but tile or no tile, they will all sponsor your visa if needed.
Some tips for jobseekers…
For most countries that require visas, the type of visa you're eligible to mostly depends on… you!
For the most obscure of them, place your mouse over the tile, and you will get a quick explanation of the typical constraints*.
From there, there are two typical ways for things to happen:
- Either you first apply to the job you're interested in, without worrying about visas, get interviewed by the employer, and if the fit seems right, the employer will help you figure out what visa is good for you towards the end of the process.
- Or, to have a significant advantage, you can first talk with an immigration attorney about your case, so that you can list what visas you're eligible to as soon as you start talking with the employer.
* TechMeAbroad is not licensed to give legal advice. Our tiles are merely typical statements to help you get started, not advice. If you need legal advice, please consult a licensed attorney.
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