A world bank employee sponsored a lady from Pakistan (G5 Visa) to come to the U.S to work as a nanny for her. The employer no longer needs that nanny.
I have a disabled brother, who is 40 years old urgent need for care (we are from Pakistan as well, & are U.S citizens). My brother only understands Urdu, and we have searched around for an Urdu speaking care-taker for years. My brother is on disability, and his caseworker said that if we can sponsor someone from Pakistan to come here, they will support the case. We are clueless abt the process of transferring work visas, and would love this nanny to come and take care of my brother in NJ. Can someone guide me in the process of either reapplying or transferring visa of that nanny so she can take care of my brother (she is currently in D.C)
I am sorry. But, I don't see this working.
She got the G-5 because her employer 'qualified' as being part of an international organization: http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_2...
There is no 'transfer' possible.
Go ahead and meet with an attorney ... for confirmation that this won't work.
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