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April 13, 2007

FAQ; I am from Chile, how do I find a job in the U.S.?

Question; I am an industrial engineer (Universida Catolica de Chile)and also have an MBA degree for an American University. I'd like to take advantage of th H-1B1 visa program for Chilean citizens. Can you help me? I do not have a job offer in the US.

Answer; In response to requests by clients on help locating a job offers in the U.S. I have created SAC Visa, LLC; joining forces with former Orion International founder, Jim Tully and Palo Alto entrepreneur Andreas Ramos to build a business immigration machine.
SAC Visa LLC allows both clients and candidates to utilize a web-friendly job bank to find job offers in the U.S.A. Candidates from Chile may apply for one year re-newalble work visa on line at no charge for positions posted by American businesses needing immediate professional or technical help. Candidates can apply at no cost at www.SACVisa.com or they can contact MRVvisa.com to start the hiring process. SACVisa LLC is working with American industries by offering a subscription job bank of candidates, a full service recruiting staff, a combination of both. Job Placement fees are employer paid.
With his new partner, Jim Tully; the co-founder of one of the largest non-franchise staffing firms in America Mario combines over two decades of immigration experience.

"When Mario first approached me about helping him build this business model," says Tully, "it only took a few minutes before I realized how valuable this hiring resource would be to American industry." The company officially opens it doors January 1, 2007, but the job orders for a number of bi-lingual Spanish managers and IT professionals has already started SAC steadily interviewing and placing new talent.
Visit www.SACVisa.com today to submit your resume to being the process of locating a job offer in the U.S.A.

Yes, by going to wwww.SACVisa.com we can help you locate a job offer in the U.S.

Posted by VisaLawyer at April 13, 2007 07:24 AM


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