Can i work for american company as estimator from mexico by internet if i had been deported for tried crossing illegaly to usa?

Asked over 1 year ago - Atlanta, GA

i used to work for american company in GA as drywall foreman and estimador but i came to visit my parents a year ago and i tryed to go back illegaly but i got cought by border patrol , now i got offer to work online for them can i get especial permit or since is outside the country can i do it with out.

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  1. J Charles Ferrari

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    Answered . US immigration law only applies to people within the US, not people abroad.

    J Charles Ferrari Eng & Nishimura 213.622.2255 The statement above is general in nature and does not... more
  2. Todd Matthew Heine

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    Answered . In general, an employee can work from abroad for a US company with little impact on the employee.

    The employer on the other hand has to consider a handful of issues, including:

    - local hiring entity
    - payroll deductions
    - employment law
    - permanent establishment
    - IP protection

    So, the simple answer to your question is that your past issues with US immigration law will not likely interfere with your ability to work remotely from Mexico.

    Total Mobility Law is an international law firm that lets companies do global business with the knowledge and... more
  3. Grace Ingrid Gardiner

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    Answered . Yes you can work for the US company since the work is being done remotely.

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