Wherever you’re from, there is an opportunity for you
At Collabera, we don’t shy away from from helping in-demand expertise through the visa process, free of charge.
Our visa team is devoted to help you throughout the end to end process from visa application to your work with one of our clients and beyond.
We also provide cultural support to help you ease into life in the US, so your time here can be both professionally and personally fruitful.
Our diverse client pool means you’ll always have shot at a new project whenever the previous one comes to an end.
We provide fee-free sponsorship to qualified candidates in the following visa categories:
An H1B visa allows US employers to temporarily employ international workers in specialy positions upto six weeks.
Collabera is not an H1B dependant company which allows us to focus more resources on providing you with dedicated and sustained support.
Collabera is not an H1B dependant company which allows us to focus more resourceson providing you with dedicated and sustained support.
We’ll spend the next couple months recruiting you, and helping fill the application. H1B visa applications are submitted to the visa lottery in bulk by April 1st.
If your apllication is chosen in the lottery- usuallya couple of weeks after April 1st deadline - we’ll spend the next 6-7 months helping you through the approval process, and preparing you to travel to the US on or after the October 1st welcome day.H1B visas are valid for six years. As your employer, we will help you file for green card processing once the years has passed. We often have consultants actively employed with us for that long.
The Non-immigrant NAFTA Professional (TN) visa allows citizens of Mexico and Canada to work in the USA for U.S or foreign employers if they have an active job offer. This visa is not available for permanent residents of Canada or Mexico.
Applicants must have the equivalent of a 4-year bachelor’s degree from a US university. (In general, 3 years of professional experience is equivalent to one year of a US degree program.) These visas are doled out on a rolling basis throughout the year, so the application/acceptance process is relatively quick.Collabera provides your job offer, you’re an employee of Collabera even if you’re consulting with one of our many clients. Our dedicated in-house team takes care of the application process for you and provides sustained support throughout your employment.
The E3 visa classification allows citizens of Australia to work in the US in specialized employment positions. This visa allows the principal applicant to bring their spouse and children (who are not required to be Australian citizens.)
The application process for the E3 visa almost exactly mirrors that of the TN visa described above though it’s specifically for Australian citizens. Needless to say, our team will handle the application process for you and support you throughout your entire journey.
An F1 visa is available for international students attending an academic program, and English Language Program, or an Optional Practical Training program (OPT) in the USA for up to 3 years. If you’re a student in a STEM field (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) field, you’re allowed to both study and work for the 3 year duration. Afterwards, we’ll help you opt to an H1B or opt to an H1 visa.
Collabera offers OPT programs in various technology fields. For more information on what programs we offer, check out our [TACT page]. We’ll also help you find consulting work with one of our many clients while you’re in training. After your 3 years, we offer support to help you opt to H1B or opt to H1 visas.
Consult with Collabera to gain access to a range of innovative companies from startups to Fortune 500s, with support from a dedicated team all along the way.
Pursuant to 20 CFR 655.734, Collabera Inc is providing notice to potentially affected
workers that H-1B workers are being sought at the worksites listed below. Each Labor Condition Application is available
for public inspection at the following address: 110 Allen Rd, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
Complaints alleging misrepresentation of material facts in the labor condition application and/or failure to comply with the terms of the labor condition application may be filed with any
office of the Wage and Hour Division of the United States Department of Labor.”