Due to the increasing demand for shipping and logistic professionals in the U.S., American trucking companies require more truck drivers than ever.
These companies contact us to find them reliable and committed truck drivers to fill their vacancies. They can offer you a job and sponsor your EB-3 visa (Green Card).
Once they offer you a job, we will help you process your EB-3 visa, which allows you and your immediate family to become U.S. Legal Permanent Residents.
When your visa is approved, we will assist you with your relocation process, which includes travel, Social Security Number, CDL, among others.
Minimum of 23 years old.
Proficient written and verbal English communication skills.
Valid commercial Driver’s License (or equivalent in your country).
|Clean Criminal / Immigration Record|
The U.S. immigration and consular authorities will conduct thorough background checks and any misrepresentation or omission of required information may result in an applications denial.
We require a minimum of three years of verifiable commercial driving experience.
Important things take time. Our process consists of 8 steps that will bring you closer and closer to living your American dream.
When you enter the Visa Solutions’ Trucking program, it becomes our mission to make your dreams a reality.
The EB-3 visa is valid for ten years and can be renewed for subsequent ten year terms.
You can include your spouse and children under the age of 21 on your application.
Your children can attend U.S. public schools.
The U.S. road system is considered among the highest standards of safety, infrastructure, surveillance.
Work for the best companies in the U.S. and earn an attractive salary.
Receive life and medical insurance, retirement plan, and much more!
Obtain your Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) in the United States.
Enjoy a better life quality in one of the safest and most stable countries in the world.
Visa Solutions, LLC is not a law firm, and the information contained on this website is provided for informational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal advice on any matter. The employees and contractors are not acting as your attorneys, and none of them are a substitute for the advice of your own attorney or law firm licensed to practice law in your state or home country.