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Obtaining a work visa is one of the ways to make your stay abroad legal. If you have a job, it will allow you to get a residence permit and, eventually, citizenship.

Finding a job abroad is not easy, but it is possible if you have direct access to employers willing to hire foreigners. Our service will help you find an employer in your chosen field and specialty. Our databases contain more than 10,000 employers and more than 300 professions. We only give access to legal work.

It helps if you know the language, but not all employers require you to know it perfectly. There are many employers in our databases that require just basic knowledge of the language.

Usually, employers have their own attorneys who draw up documents for obtaining work visas or residence permits. Typically, the employer pays for attorney services themselves. But if necessary, we will recommend an immigration legal consultant for a second opinion.

We are ready to help you with your resume. We will teach you how to pass a job interview and answer the employer’s questions right. Our consultants are available to answer all your questions.

You should not be upset if the employer fails to respond after you send your resume. The job opening may already be filled, or your resume might not suit the employer’s requirements. There are thousands of employers in our databases, so you can continue contacting them about job openings. Yes, finding a job is also a job.

We will help you change your life. With our service, you and your family will be able to move to a new country.

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