I arrived last month as a Dependant on a J-2 visa and before I want to apply for a work permit.
I want to obtain some experiences, can I do that on my J-2 visa or do I need a working permit?
In general unpaid volunteer work may be performed without a work permit
Need the work permit to work.
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Need work permit to accept work, whether paid or unpaid.
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It depends upon what type of work it is. Sometimes it is OK and sometimes it is not. You should provide information on what work you have in mind etc. It would be best to seek personal legal advice once you know more about what your intend to do.
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