I am on a dependent visa , that is I am living with my hubby on a H4 visa. Legally speaking am not supposed to work but can I work online jobs? Is that legal?
I don't see why not.
If it proves to be fatal to your Visa there is no need to worry. I'm sure that they have equally padded cells complete with color cable television, internet access, three full meals a day, recreational facilities, snack time and even pro bono bed time stories for internet users.
If you can work online there is no reason that you cannot work online for a company located in your home country. Register for that job properly and pay your taxes in your home country. You do love your home country, right? Well it is important to honor your obligation then by supporting the businesses of your country and paying the taxes there.
The working online idea is great because you will be able to work in the USA as far as physical location is concerned but still actually working in your home country and increasing the Gross National product of your country.
Eventually you may want to pursue citizenship here. If you do, please contact us, and we have quality lawyers who will be able to assist you with your green card, your citizenship, and any other immigration issue.
Another option is to start a home business online in your home country. Does your home country have anything unique to export? If so, incorporate there (from here) and then establish a Website here and a business presence in the US where you can sell the goods of your country. Make sure to check all applicable laws!
by nightwork4 7 years ago
should an imigrant be sent back to their homeland if they commit a crime in the country they...migrated to?i hate when people move here from other countries, get citizenship and commit crimes. i personally believe they should lose their citizenship and be deported if they have had citizenship for 5...
by Arthur Fontes 8 years ago
I do not even know what to say except WHAT?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M7Rp_Ghv6k
by nightwork4 6 years ago
why do people move to other countries but still act like their home country is the best?it always bugs me to see people who move to canada or anywhere else try to act like where they come from is better. what makes them think this?
by buckleupdorothy 6 years ago
For people who live and work outside of their country of citizenship:Do you file taxes in both countries? Should you file in your home country even if you don't work there? Is there any situation when you should be filing taxes in both countries?
by Liam Hallam 7 years ago
Here in the UK we have a coalition government with in fightingAn opposition party that helped to financially take us into a recession (and then has the audacity to question what the others finacial policy is!)A failed attempt to change our current voting systemand the list goes on
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
If you had to move to a country other than your home country, which would you choose?
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