H2Bs are visas issued by the government of the European Union that allow foreign workers to enter the country and work.
The number of H2 visas issued each year has doubled in the past decade.
And that increase has sparked a debate over whether these visas are really needed, especially for the thousands of American citizens who have applied for them.
We asked the experts.
Here are the top five questions we asked experts in the field:Can H2b visas be used for non-EU workers?
Yes, they can.
But, there are some limits to how the H2 visa program is used.
For instance, a foreign worker can only work for a limited number of employers and they must have a green card and have a valid work permit.
The H2A program, also known as the H1B, also has a limited use for U.S. citizens.
However, there’s no restriction on the number of people that can work in an H1-B visa.
The most important thing is to have a job and to show proof of that, said David A. Pinto, a professor at the University of Michigan Law School.
The H2 program is very limited and if you don’t have a specific job, you’re more likely to be deported, he added.
What if I have a bad visa and I want to apply for a H2?
That’s very important to remember, Pinto said.
If you have a good visa, you can apply for the H3 visa.
But if you have an expired H1 visa, then you can’t apply for that.