- Step by Step Process
- Mexican Visa / Permit
- F A Q
- I94 Renewal/Update
- Automatic Revalidation
- Additional Resources
The H-2B program requires the employer to attest to the Department of Labor that it will offer a wage that equals or exceeds the highest of the prevailing wage, applicable Federal minimum wage, the State minimum wage, or local minimum wage to the H-2B non-immigrant worker for the occupation in the area of intended employment during the entire period of the approved H-2B labor certification. The H-2B program also establishes certain recruitment and displacement standards in order to protect similarly employed U.S. workers.
To qualify for H-2B non-immigrant classification, the petitioner must establish that:
H-2B petitioners must also provide a single valid temporary labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). H-2B workers may stay in the United States for up to three years.
Whether you're an employer, recruiting agency, or a law firm looking for some assistance, USVISAPAY can help you on the ground with the H-2 visa process in Mexico. We are based on the border in Texas and ready to assist you!