By Dirk J. Struik
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See Chapter 17 for more information on obtaining H-2B visas. S. company plan to offer you on-the-job training in order to help your career in your home country? You may qualify for an H-3 visa (good for the length of the training, up to two years). See Chapter 18 for more information on obtaining H-3 visas. S. as an owner, executive, manager, or an employee with special knowledge? You may qualify for an L-1 visa (usually good for five to seven years). See Chapter 19 for more information on obtaining L-1 visas.
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A Concise History of Mathematics Volume 1 by Dirk J. Struik