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On what basis would you qualify for a working visa? You've listed "E-1" with a Nigerian flag under the Diversity Visa category. Nigeria is not a treaty country under E-1, so you would not qualify for an E-1 visa.

Edited by Jojo92122

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If you'd do any minimal research you'd know that "you" do not get a working visa for US.

Your employer does.

That is if you find one. And you qualify. Which means, basically, you need some special skills/experience/education that no other US citizen have if you want that particular employer to be able to sponsor you.

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To obtain a work visa for the United States you have to find an employer who wants to petition for you. Are you special skilled? What do you have what a regular American citizen doesn't have?

https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/employment/temporary.html

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