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July 29, 2005

FAQ; U.S. citizen needs a work permit

Free Question: well, i'm trying to get a work permit. i'm 15, going to be 16 on october 29th and i don't know if this is what i need but i'm just trying to figure out how i can get a work permit. i both need and want to get a job. if you can help me out, thank you very much for your time. even if you're not able to help me out with getting a work permit, thank you for you time.

Free Answer; Because you are a U.S. citizen you are not required to apply for a work permit from immigration. Your question shows the enormous amount of confusion on immigration law in the U.S. Contact your local labor department to see about working while you are 15 years of age.

Posted by VisaLawyer at July 29, 2005 12:12 PM


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