Visas. Legal news and articles for March 11 - 13, 2012

MyVisaJobs.com Released 7th Annual H1B Visa and Employment Green Card ReportsUS immigration to begin accepting H-1B applications starting 2 April 2012Hinkle: Is it the illegality — or the immigration?Teachers baffled by visa rulesAlaska Seafood Industry Fears New State Department Visa RulesTrust and Statutory Funding Bid ManagerTrust & Statutory Funding Bid ManagerNew State Department visa rules concern Alaska's seafood industryNew State Department visa rules concern Alaska's seafood industry5 reasons why IT stocks are trading lower todayLeitrim farmers wanted in CanadaAlaska seafood industry fears new visa rulesBy early spring, this year's summer jobs for college kids are gone: GuzzardiGovt's employment programme under scrutinyNitaqat not that bad for expats

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Atlassian Motors Through Europe to Recruit 15 Software Developers in 15 Days
MarketWatch (press release)March 1, 2012

The company will take care of arranging work VISAs for those hired as well as their partners, cover all relocation expenses, and offer a slew of additional perks. Starting today, Atlassian will begin pre-screening applicants for interview spots in each ...more »

Employers ordered to pay back foreign staff
Rapid City JournalMarch 4, 2012

The employment must be temporary, such as seasonal work. It requires the employer to attest to the Department of Labor it will offer a wage that equals or exceeds the highest of the prevailing wage. The H-2B program also establishes certain recruitment ...more »

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MyVisaJobs.com Released 7th Annual H1B Visa and Employment Green Card Reports
PR Web (press release)March 13, 2012

All H1B Visa and Green Card reports are available for free on http://www.myvisajobs.com/Reports/, which also includes visa sponsorship profiles of half million US employers who have filed labor certifications for work visas since 2001.more »

US immigration to begin accepting H-1B applications starting 2 April 2012
Workpermit.comMarch 13, 2012

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will begin accepting fiscal year 2013 H-1B visa applications on Monday 2 April 2012 for employment with a start date of 1 October 2012 or later. Current immigration law allows for a total of 85000 new ...more »

Hinkle: Is it the illegality — or the immigration?
Richmond Times DispatchMarch 13, 2012

Scott Brown for seeking to grant "an additional 10500 work visas to Irish nationals in time for St. Patrick's Day." This is bad, FAIR claims, because it would "increase immigration — and competition for scarce jobs." Besides, "the bill lacks a ...more »

Teachers baffled by visa rules
The NationalMarch 12, 2012

An HR executive at a British school in Dubai said about 10 per cent of its staff were employed on family visas. "We are trying to work out what the recruitment procedure is at the moment," she said. One teacher was concerned because she was being ...more »

Alaska Seafood Industry Fears New State Department Visa Rules
HispanicBusiness.comMarch 12, 2012

The State Department is moving to halt visas that allow foreign students to work in US manufacturing jobs, which Alaska seafood processors say could create an employment crisis going into the summer season. State Department overhaul of the J-1 Summer ...more »

Trust and Statutory Funding Bid Manager
Third SectorMarch 12, 2012

** All qualified applicants with current entitlement to work in theUK(including for example HSMP visas) are welcome. We regret we are unable to seek work permits on behalf of candidates, which means that applicants requiring work permits unfortunately ...more »

Trust & Statutory Funding Bid Manager
Third SectorMarch 12, 2012

** All qualified applicants with current entitlement to work in theUK(including for example HSMP visas) are welcome. We regret we are unable to seek work permits on behalf of candidates, which means that applicants requiring work permits unfortunately ...more »

New State Department visa rules concern Alaska's seafood industry
Sacramento BeeMarch 12, 2012

By Sean Cockerham WASHINGTON — The State Department is moving to halt visas that allow foreign students to work in US manufacturing jobs, which Alaska seafood processors say could create an employment crisis going into the summer season.more »

New State Department visa rules concern Alaska's seafood industry
Lexington Herald LeaderMarch 12, 2012

By Sean Cockerham — McClatchy Newspapers WASHINGTON — The State Department is moving to halt visas that allow foreign students to work in US manufacturing jobs, which Alaska seafood processors say could create an employment crisis going into the ...more »

5 reasons why IT stocks are trading lower today
NDTVMarch 12, 2012

Palmer has accused Infosys of sending Indian employees to the US on short-term, non-employment B1 visas to "creatively" overcome H1-B visa cap. Unlike H1-B visas, B1 visas do not permit an employee to work in the US. The US Federal Court in Alabama has ...more »

Leitrim farmers wanted in Canada
Leitrim ObserverMarch 12, 2012

VisaFirst.com, leading migration agents say that Leitrim farmers are being called upon to fill employment opportunites throughout Canada. The visa specialists say that many Canadian provinces are even willing to give permanent residency to farmers who ...more »

Alaska seafood industry fears new visa rules
TheNewsTribune.comMarch 12, 2012

The State Department is moving to halt visas that allow foreign students to work in US manufacturing jobs, which Alaska seafood processors say could create an employment crisis going into the summer season. By SEAN COCKERHAM; Anchorage Daily News ...more »

By early spring, this year's summer jobs for college kids are gone: Guzzardi
The Jersey Journal - NJ.comMarch 11, 2012

The disappointed students who came to the United States on J-1 visas spent last summer lifting 50 pound pallets of candy bars, often on the night shift, for small money. The SWT is America's biggest guest worker program. Corporate employment agencies ...more »

Govt's employment programme under scrutiny
Oman Daily ObserverMarch 11, 2012

The focus on Labor's job programme came as the government's backbenchers complained to Treasurer Wayne Swan about Australian companies that are receiving government financial support cutting staff or sending jobs overseas. Swan's response was that any ...more »

Nitaqat not that bad for expats
Saudi GazetteMarch 11, 2012

The employment of every four Burmese will be counted as one Saudi, he added. The details of the program are being finalized by the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Interior. An informed source said there has been a great deal of progress in the ...more »

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