Should I put my visa status in my resume if I already have green card or citizenship?
, published: 2011-08-14 10:31 viewed: 6092 times
If you already have the green card or citizenship, I would recommend to put it in your resume. It will improve your chance of being hired.
The beginning of your resume should focus on your best attributes, not your citizenship. Therefore, I recommend that you include citizenship/visa information at the bottom of your resume. Something like:
Visa Status: US Green Card Holder
Visa Status: EAD Card Holder (no visa sponsorship required)
Citizenship: US Citizen
1. JC 2011-01-11 17:47
So, if you are a H1B holder, I don't think it is a good idea to put visa status go on resume.
2. visitor 2011-02-01 09:44
Highly recommend to put Green Card or Citizenship status on the resume, especially these days, lot of companies are NOT looking for H1B sponsorship.
3. JC 2011-08-14 10:31
The other thing I should mention, include green card status in your resume not only increases your chance of getting potential interviews, but also boosts your confidence as you have no legal status issues to worry about.