Work in the U.S.
Find resources on work visas and driving in the U.S., search for jobs, and more.
Visas for Doing Business and Working Temporarily in the U.S.
The United States welcomes citizens from around the world who want to come to the U.S. to conduct legitimate business and work temporarily.
If you're not a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident, you may need to apply for an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) to prove you may work in the United States.
Finding a Job
Choosing a career, building a resume, applying for jobs, becoming self-employed, government jobs...
Drivers' Licenses and Vehicle Registration
Find your state's motor vehicle department to get or replace your driver's license, and register your car.
Foreign Visitors Driving in the U.S.
Quick facts for foreign visitors about driving in the United States...
Social Security Numbers for Immigrants
As part of the immigration process, the Social Security Administration allows non-citizens to apply for Social Security number (SSN) cards.
Send Money from the U.S. to Another Country
The U.S. Postal Service allows you to send money around the world using international money orders.
Tax Requirements for Nonresidents
Learn about your tax responsibilities while you are working in the United States.
Telephone – International Long Distance Calling
How to place, and save money on, international telephone calls.
Visas for People Who Want to Live Permanently in the U.S.
Immigrant visas are required for people who want to live permanently in the United States, even if they choose not to work in the United States.
Family and medical leave, labor relations, the minimum wage, workers' compensation, workplace safety...
Your Rights as a Worker
Learn about the laws that protect you as a worker.