Foreign Offices of US Firms
Is it easier to get hired – from a visa/work permit standpoint – applying to a foreign office of a US firm vs. a foreign firm? I know the latter has a lot of hurdles – visa, sponsorship, plenty of work the foreign firm needs to do so it will most likely hire local. But in the former, is it common practice to hire locally and classify you as a transfer? Or are the hurdles pretty much identical in both cases?
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