Yes you'll need a visa except for a tourist visit of up to 90 days.Hi there my wife and I r living in NZ now and we r planing to migrate to America; we would like to know:
do we need a visa?
do we need a work visa?
or any other info which can make our plan more secure???
Yes you'll need a visa except for a tourist visit of up to 90 days.
There is no generic "work visa". Generally, visas based on your employment skills require a sponsor and are of a level requiring a degree and higher. They are not easy to obtain.
You'll have to produce a little more info than that. US immigration consists of very narrow cracks. If you fit in one fine; if not, forget it.
The basic routes are family, skills, $$$ or diversity visa.
You're not going to be sponsored for your employment skills, I'm afraid.Do u think these will help????
You mention family in the USA. What relationship are they?Thank u mate
I am a skilled shoemaker and repairer since 1983, but i am not that old though just 38 years old, we r having a shoe repairs shop in NZ right now. My wife has an interior design degree, Cisco networking diploma, and so many other certificates... also she is an skilled hairdresser and expert in this job. we have so many family over there. we want to sell our shop and belonging and move on...
Do u think these will help????
Only you can decide what's worth trying and what isn't. You've not written anything so far that make me think you have any chance of moving to the US. The DV is your best bet so far..........if you're eligible.Thank u for the tip????
So, but what u r saying is, that not possible for us to come there anyhow??? or is not worth trying????
we r really want to go from here.... all of our immediate family are in Europe... I have my far away relative there and my wife has all her cousins there, non of us has any immediate family there.
so if we try that 90 days visa can we get extended visa over there, maybe this is the easy way??? yes??? however many thanks for the info u r the rock