All employers in the United States are expected to verify that employees can work legally in the U.S. If a person is not a citizen or a lawful permanent resident of the United States they will require a permit to work in the U.S, officially recognized as an Employment Authorization Document (EAD), to show an eligibility to work in the U.S.

Both parties are required to show and require proof of legal employment status. Employees are demanded to prove that they can legally work in the US, and employers are expected to verify the identity and eligibility to work for each new employees.

Foreign Nationals Permitted to Work in the U.S.

There are several categories of foreign workers who are permitted to work in the United States which include temporary (non-immigrant) workers, permanent immigrant workers, and student and exchange workers. However, it is not far fetched to know why it is still valuable to go to college in the United States.

Categories of workers who are allowed to work in the U.S. include:

  1. Citizen of the United States
  2. Non-citizen nationals of the United States
  3. Lawful permanent resident
  4. An alien authorized to work

Foreign workers who can be permitted to work in the U.S. include:

Temporary (non-immigrant) Workers: A temporary worker is a person who wants to enter the United States temporarily for a particular purpose.

Non-immigrants can be in the United States for a temporary period, and once in the United States, are restricted to the activity or purpose for which their nonimmigrant visa was offered.

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