Finding work in the USA doesn’t have to be difficult if you know where to look and what you’re looking for. This job posting will tell you all you need to know about the benefits of working as a customer assistant in the USA, including your visa sponsorship and whether or not you need any additional qualifications before you can apply. If this sounds like it could be right up your street, make sure you give it a thorough read before clicking the ‘apply now button to secure your place on the next available flight to the USA!
How to Find the Right US Employer
The first step to getting sponsored by an American employer is to apply for an H-1B Visa, which is issued by lottery. There are three annual intakes – beginning April 1, October 1, and March 1 – so you’ll need to put in your application during that time frame. The application process typically opens on or around February 15 (this year it was Feb 12) and can take up to several months before you hear back. You can begin applying for positions as soon as you receive confirmation of your H-1B status from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). It’s important to remember that even if you’re granted an H-1B Visa, it doesn’t mean you’ll have a place to work once you arrive.
How US Employers Sponsor Visas
Employment-based visas are awarded based on labor needs. If you have a job offer from an employer in America, then he or she can help you get a visa by filing an I-140 petition on your behalf. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is responsible for reviewing applications to ensure that those applying are eligible for an employment-based visa, so it’s best to make sure that you meet their criteria before applying for an employment-based green card. Even if your employer doesn’t file an I-140 petition, he or she can still help out by requesting a provisional waiver of unlawful presence (I-601A) if you’ve been unlawfully present in the US for more than 180 days but less than one year.
Requirements to Be Hired As a Customer Assistant
Customer assistants perform low-level tasks of customer service such as handling mail, making travel arrangements, or answering questions about available services. They usually work at high-volume locations. They are also often assigned clerical duties such as filing or photocopying. Depending on their location, they may be required to speak different languages to communicate with customers. Customer assistants might be referred to by other titles such as receptionist or administrative assistant. If you want to start a career in customer service but don’t have any experience, then applying for a position as a Customer Assistant is an excellent way of getting started quickly!
What You Can Expect on Arrival
When you arrive at US airports, you can expect to be met by a member of our team who will be holding a card or placard with your name on it. You will then be driven to one of our preferred partner hotels (or if preferred, we can find alternative accommodation). We’ll have all relevant documents ready for you on arrival (visas, transfer, and health insurance) as well as all necessary contact details for starting your employment. Most importantly – we’ll help set up your bank account once you are settled into accommodation.
The Costs Involved
While there are many visas available for people who want to live and work in the United States, most will require some investment from you. This can include hefty fees for application processing, as well as additional costs for passports, travel to required interviews, etc. In addition to these costs, you’ll also need proof of funds before your application can be considered. For those living outside of America’s borders, that means providing proof of an established business or six-figure bank account—though if you’re just starting out it’s not impossible to get by without such a high net worth. Your best bet is demonstrating that you have family support or otherwise large amount of money saved up while working towards building financial security.
Customer Assistant Jobs in USA With Visa Sponsorship
Customer Service Representative PTSolutions Oklahoma City, OK, USA – via LinkedIn
Remote Customer Service Representative Verizon Riverdale, UT, USA – via Verizon
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP-CASHIER CHEVRON Danville, CA, USA – via WKRG Jobs
Customer Service Representative Ascension Buda, TX, USA – via LinkedIn
Sales Assistant Robert Half Wilmington, MA, USA – via USA Jobs.HireTheBetter
Administrative Assistant Customer Service PrideStaff Atlanta Peachtree City, GA, USA – via Trabajo.org
Auto Customer Service Representative Aston Carter Irving, TX, USA – via LinkedIn
Customer Service Representative DHL Easley, SC, USA – via Trabajo.org
Front Desk/Customer Service Securitas Security Services East Los Angeles, CA, USA – via Glassdoor
Senior Customer Service Associate Carrier Lewisburg, TN, USA – via FOX46 Jobs
Customer Service Representative Randstad USA Spring City, PA, USA – via Randstad USA
Costco – Customer Service Associates/Cashier $16-$35/hr CostcoOkmulgee, OK, USA – via Trabajo.org