I'm a tech engineer and want to work in the US but I am struggling to get a work visa. I don't understand which visas I would be eligible for or how to obtain them.

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    Welcome Samiksha. Work permits for the US are never easy but how hard depends on where you are from, how high your education, how much work experience and more details. I will move your question to our brother site for Expatriates, but you should add details like your nationality and your education and experience. – Willeke Nov 23 '18 at 9:53

First of all, you should have a U.S. or foreign equivalent bachelor degree.

Secondary,you need to find a sponsored employer in the U.S. who will file H1B visa on your behalf.

Once your petition got approved, you will be able to work in the U.S. up to 3 years, even immigrant based on your employment.

Luckily, your employment type is within STEM(science,technology,engineering, and mathematics) field, you will be more likely to get your visa approved than the others.

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