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Hi All,


I've got a quick question about "do you have wheels in motion on your end to work in US in regards to obtaining a work visa?"

My understanding is that probably it means "do you have a work visa?" do I understand correctly?


What does "wheels in motion" mean?

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Broadly speaking, if you have wheels in motion, you have started some kind of action.

The meaning of your sentence is not clear to me.

I think it probably means Are you currently looking for a job in the USA, so that you can then apply for a work visa?

Clive

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Carter Lee "do you have wheels in motion on your end to work in US in regards to obtaining a work visa?"

"Wheels in motion" means that a long process is either started or underway.

For example, when a car is sitting still, its wheels are not moving, are they? When a car is travelling towards a destination, its wheels are moving. It is on its way to the destination.