Best Buy is offering visa extensions for employees of its parent company.
The company announced the news on Tuesday, giving employees a 20% discount for the first six months of their new employment.
“We are thrilled to offer these benefits to our new employees who have worked for us for more than five years,” the company said in a statement.
“The benefits include an additional 10% pay raise, an increased pay rate and an additional $50K of stock grants.”
The new visa agreements include an extension of the existing three-year temporary resident visa for US residents, and a one-year extension for dual nationals.
The new contracts were approved by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
Best Buy will pay the employee $50 per week in addition to a $1,500 bonus, according to a company press release.
Employees must work in the US for one year after their first two years of employment.
The move follows an increased focus on hiring in the United States.
In April, Best Buy said it hired 50 new employees in the country.