-Written by Daisy Zhao-
Every fiscal year (October 1st to September 30th), approximately 140,000 immigration visas are issued under the employment based category of U.S. immigration law. Most of the Categories require a sponsorship from a U.S. company, organization or entity.
On behalf of many well-known U.S. companies, we are recruiting foreign workers worldwide.
“Here are some great opportunities :”
1. Job Title: Cook
♣ Wage: start rate is about $9 / hr
♣ Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
♣ Spots available: 3
2. Job Title: Dental Laboratory Technicians
♣ Wage: entry level is about $10 / hr
♣ Location: South Carolina and North Carolina
♣ Spots available: 20
Unskilled Workers (No experience required)
- Combined food preparation and serving worker
- Retail salespersons
- Warehouse workers
- Poultry processing workers
For more information about these positions, please contact
Daisy Zhao at firstname.lastname@example.org
STEM OPT Extension Written by Zachary Bryant from TDK Law Group
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently announced a rule change allowing international students earning degrees in certain science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields to stay in the country for up to three years after graduation.
The rule will go into effect on May 10, 2016. Allowing extension of the optional practical training (OPT) period by 24 months, this will provide more opportunities for foreign students to stay longer in the USA.
For more information on F-1 visas or OPT application / extension, please contact Stephen Yun at email@example.com
Canadian Immigration Written by Daniel Kim from IMS
The newly elected Liberal government under the leadership of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau is introducing major changes to the Canadian Immigration Program.
The Canadian Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), John McCallum, has stated that the government of Canada is planning on introducing changes in the “next couple of months” that will grant permanent resident status to all sponsored spouses of Canadians immediately upon arriving in Canada.
Currently, sponsored spouses of Canadians, as well as common-law and conjugal partners, receive conditional permanent residence upon arrival in Canada and have to wait for two years to obtain full permanent resident status.
Immigration Minister John McCallum also recently announced that Ottawa plans to welcome between 280,000 and 305,000 permanent residents by the end of 2016, a 7.4% increase from the 2015 admission target.
With the proposed increase in the number of permanent residents accepted into Canada, the prospect of immigrating to Canada may be of interest to you.
For more information regarding Canadian immigration and how IMS may be of assistance to your immigration proceedings including legal representation, family immigration, economic immigration, and business immigration (including the preparation of comprehensive business plans),
please contact Daniel Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMS will soon introduce immigration products for Mexico. The advantages of obtaining permanent/temporary resident status in Mexico may be attractive to individuals given Mexico’s favorable tax laws.
One of the means to obtain Mexican resident status / permanent residency is real estate investment. Real Estate in certain coastal locations in Mexico is still very affordable and an excellent value for the money invested.
For more information on our Mexico immigration / investment products, please contact Daisy Zhao at email@example.com.
These private schools tuition ranges from $180 ~350 USD per month. Some of these junior-high or high schools provide an IB (International Baccalaureate) program which is recognized by many universities around the world. Many graduates from these schools go abroad for their post-secondary education. Here are some of the private schools available; Amelia Wilkes Cesena, Colegio Amaranto, Colegio El Camino and Centro Escolar Picacho.
For more information, please contact Ruth Ahn at firstname.lastname@example.org.