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TDean -at- envirosys -dot- com wrote:
> An H1B tech writer is a person that has a visa to work in the United
The operative phrase is *Non-Immigrant* Worker. An immigrant,
technically, is a person with a "Green Card" or Permanent Resident
rights or a newly minted citizen. Us H1 folk can't vote, can't do
'nuffin but pay taxes, speeding tickets, and auto insurance. [Yes, I
used to live in New Jersey; why?] Actually, that's true of the Green
Card folks, too. Though they *can* legally make campaign contributions.
Can you say taxation wi'out representation boys and girls?
I will g,d,r before Eric bounces me. [There's useful info in the next
para Oh Master of the List! honest! :|]
> I think there are H4B, etc... Is there not?
FWIW: H4 is for dependents of H1s. Like those spouses of programmers
someone was referring to. You can't work on it -- or at least, you can't
get paid for work you do ;). H1A, I believe, is for exceptional folks
like actors, etc. H2 and 3, I believe, are training, and suchlike. L1 is
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