The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has just revealed the countries whose citizens can apply for temporary work visas in the United States. These visas, known as H-2A and H-2B, are for jobs in agriculture and other seasonal industries.
Among the eligible countries, Bolivia was added on November 9th
Andorra The Kingdom of Eswatini Madagascar Saint Lucia Argentina Fiji Malta San Marino Australia Finland Mauritius Serbia Austria France Mexico Singapore Barbados Germany Monaco Slovakia Belgium Greece Mongolia* Slovenia Bolivia Grenada Montenegro Solomon Islands Bosnia and Herzegovina Guatemala Mozambique South Africa Brazil Haiti Nauru South Korea Brunei Honduras The Netherlands Spain Bulgaria Hungary New Zealand St. Vincent and the Grenadines Canada Iceland Nicaragua Sweden Chile Ireland North Macedonia Switzerland Colombia Israel Norway Taiwan*** Costa Rica Italy Panama Thailand Croatia Jamaica Papua New Guinea Timor-Leste Republic of Cyprus Japan Paraguay** Turkey Czech Republic Kiribati Peru Tuvalu Denmark Latvia The Philippines* Ukraine Dominican Republic Liechtenstein Poland United Kingdom Ecuador Lithuania Portugal Uruguay El Salvador Luxembourg Romania Vanuatu Estonia
*Mongolia and the Philippines are eligible to participate in the H-2B program but are not eligible to participate in the H-2A program.
**Paraguay is eligible to participate in the H-2A program but is not eligible to participate in the H-2B program.