Work Visas

Welcome to TTK Visas, your trusted partner in obtaining work visas for international employment opportunities. We understand the significance of pursuing a career overseas, and we are here to guide you through the process of securing the right work visa, making your dreams of working abroad a reality.

Work Visa

Types of Work Visas

H-1B Visa (USA):

If you plan to work in the United States, the H-1B visa is one of the most common options for skilled professionals. We assist you in preparing the necessary documentation and guide you through the application process.

Tier 2 (General) Visa (UK):

Pursuing your career in the United Kingdom? We offer expert guidance on the Tier 2 (General) work visa, helping you navigate the application process smoothly.

Skilled Worker Visa (Canada):

If Canada is your destination of choice, we can assist you in obtaining a Skilled Worker visa, allowing you to contribute your skills to the Canadian workforce.

457/482 Visa (Australia):

Australia offers excellent career opportunities. Our services extend to helping you secure the 457 or 482 work visa for employment in Australia.

Our Services

Visa Consultation:

We provide comprehensive consultations to assess your eligibility and recommend the most suitable work visa for your desired work destination.

Document Preparation:

Our experts assist in preparing all necessary documents, ensuring they meet the specific requirements of your chosen country.

Visa Application Assistance:

We guide you through the visa application process, helping you complete forms accurately and assemble the required supporting materials.

Visa Extensions:

If you plan to extend your stay for ongoing employment, we assist you in renewing or extending your work visa.

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Working Abroad

Working abroad is a transformative experience that enhances your career, exposes you to diverse cultures, and broadens your global network. It offers the chance to develop professionally in a new environment and opens doors to international career opportunities.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


A work visa is a type of visa that allows individuals to legally work and earn income in a foreign country for a specified period.

Whether you need a work visa depends on your nationality and the specific visa policies of the country you plan to work in. Some countries require work visas for all foreign workers, while others have visa-exempt arrangements or special work permits.

In most cases, you need a job offer to apply for a work visa. However, some countries offer visa programs for self-employed individuals or entrepreneurs.

The validity of a work visa varies by country and the type of visa issued, but it is typically tied to the duration of your job contract or employment period.

The ability to switch jobs on a work visa depends on the regulations of the host country. In some countries, you may need to apply for a new work visa if changing employers.

Many countries offer dependent visas for the spouses and children of work visa holders, allowing them to join the primary visa holder.

In some countries, work visa holders may be eligible to apply for permanent residency or citizenship after meeting specific criteria, such as residing in the country for a certain number of years.

The rules regarding part-time work on a full-time work visa vary by country. Some countries allow part-time employment, while others do not. Check with the host country's immigration authorities.

Health insurance requirements for work visa holders vary by country. In many cases, work visa holders are required to have adequate health coverage.

Many countries allow work visa extensions for individuals whose employment continues beyond the initial visa period. The extension process often involves submitting updated documents and fees.

If your work visa application is rejected, consult with the embassy or consulate for the specific reason for rejection. You may need to reapply with improved documentation or address the issue mentioned.

The type of work you can perform on a work visa may be limited by the terms of your visa or the host country's labor laws. Some countries have specific work visa categories for certain professions or industries. Consult with our experts for more information.