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Hi,

While applying for US job, I came across a question "Are you legally authorised to work in US?"

What should be the answer to this question "Yes/No". I have B1 visa, i know i cannot work on B1 and hence i'll require H1 sponsership which the employer is ready to give.

Can anyone pls tell me what should be the answer for the question?

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Grishma
 
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Your subject of Topic("Answer to this question") sounds like you are putting a test to JavaRanchers

As you don't have valid H1B with you are not authorised to work in US. So the answer is No for the question "Are you legally authorised to work in US?"
 
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NO !
Being a alien you need Green Card /EAD or H1 visa for US employment .
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