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»Contact and Information

National Employment Service/

Employers interested in hiring skilled labor from Mexico, contact the Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare through the National Employment Service (CGSNE) to learn about the process to be followed.

»DOL Process

United States - MexicoEmploy Employeer

The employer must complete and submit an application for Temporary Employment Certification with the Department of Labor (DOL) in the United States, which proves that there are no American workers available and qualified for that particular job.

»Request for the USCIS

National Employment Service

The employer must submit to the Department of Homeland Security (USCIS) the petition for a nonimmigrant worker, on application form I-129

»Registration and verification

United States

The General Coordinating Office of the National Employment Service (CGSNE) registers the company and brings it into consideration by the United States Embassy in Mexico, in order to prove the legitimacy of the company and the job offers.

»Requisition


National Employment Service

A Technical Specification for the vacancy is made, in which the employer specifies the working conditions, job requirements and the number of vacancies that the company needs to cover.

»Recruitment and nomination

National Employment Service

The National Employment Service offices recruit potential candidates and the General Coordinating Office of the National Employment Service nominates them for the employers.

»Selection and hiring

EmployCanada United StatesEmployeer/

The employer selects the workers he wants to hire, handles the Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) if required, and sends it to the General Coordinating Office of the National Employment Service with the employment contracts and job offers.

»Documentation

National Employment Service

Offices of the National Employment Service guide workers to begin the process to obtain a temporary work permit and visa.

»Application and Eligibility

Canada United States

The worker applies personally and directly at the Canadian Embassy for the issuance of temporary work permit and visa.

»Tracing and placement

National Employment Service

The General Coordinating Office of the National Employment Service and the SNE Offices follow up on the stay in Canada and return to Mexico by the participating workers.

General Coordination of the National Employment (CGSNE in spanish)
Offices of the National Employment (OSNE in spanish)

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