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Work Authorization:

Usually in most of the requirements sent by clients, they specify Information about "Work Authorization" like American Citizen, GC (Green Card) Holders, EAD (Employer Authorization Document) Holders. Based on this work authorization, candidates or employers submit resumes to client.

American Citizen, GC (Green Card) Holders, EAD (Employer Authorization Document) Holders: They can work for any employer on w2 (w2 - salary with benefits, w2 - hourly with benefits, w2 - hourly with no benefits), Contract Independent (1099), Contract to Hire - Independent (1099), Contract - Corp to Corp, Contract to Hire - Corp to Corp. For Contract - Corp to Corp, Contract to Hire - Corp to Corp, they should have incorporated their own Company.

H1B Visa: They can work for their own employer (who processed their H1Visa) on w2 (w2 - salary with benefits, w2 - hourly with benefits, w2 - hourly with no benefits). If their employer has signed Contract to Hire - Corp to Corp with client, then after the contract period is over, they will be hired with client.

CPT (Curricular Practical Training):

OPT (Optical Practical Training): They can work for their own employer on w2 (w2 - salary with benefits, w2-hourly with benefits, w2 - hourly with no benefits). If their employer has signed Contract to Hire - Corp to Corp with client, then after the contract period is over, they will be hired with client. Client has to sponsor for H1B visa.

Other Visas:

B1 Visa: Usually their employer provides PER DIEM (Hotel/Air Fare/Car Rental/Food Allowance/Reimbursement of Actual receipts and other allowances).

L1 Visa: Usually, they work on w2 - salary with benefits.



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