Find Visa Sponsored Jobs? Here Are 3 Easy Ways [Part 1]

3 Easy Ways To Find Visa Sponsored Jobs – [ Part I ]

By Zarelsie Van Der Merwe on Aug 31,2020

Job Hunting

In an earlier video I we delved into whether visa sponsored jobs still exist during this current economic crisis after covid-19 and also mentioned that I would be providing a range of videos on how to find visa sponsored jobs.

This is the first part of a mini-series of 3 videos on easy ways to find visa sponsored jobs around the world.

So, stay tuned for Part I of 3 Easy ways to find visa sponsored jobs.

Remember – if you want to be the best prepped, ready, and most preferred candidate and to find a visa sponsorship job, when the borders open and the jobs boom arrives, you MUST start now.  Watch this recent webinar where I go through the exact steps, processes, tips, and tricks to become prepped and ready, to become the preferred candidate and beat the stampede to the gate when the time is right.

Also – don’t forget to subscribe to this channel to get informed when I release new videos like this one for immigrant job seekers around the world.

I’m Zarelsie – The Migration Mentor, and in this video, and in this first of 3 mini series videos, I will show you the first easy way to find visa sponsored jobs.

We have already established that visa sponsored jobs still exist even during this Covid-19 and ensuing economic crisis.

But, how easy is it to find visa sponsored jobs?

Let’s look at one way to find them – finding and targeting the specific employers who are allowed to or willing to work with immigrants.

Targeting Two Types Of Employers Make It Easy To Find Visa Sponsored Jobs

All employers, no matter who they are and in most countries, must be approved to hire immigrants in some way or another.

This is a process set by the authorities to ensure that jobs are protected for local people of that country and that employers who want to hire immigrants, can only do so, when a local person is not available for that job.

Some employers go through a rigorous accreditation system, which allows them to employ immigrants, without having to check each and every time that there is a local who can fill the job, each and every time they advertise a job and hire a person.

Registered Sponsors

They are usually called registered sponsors in various countries.

In most countries these sponsors details are published publicly.

Sometimes some of them are published and sometimes they are not published at all.

Examples are the Accredited Employers List in New Zealand and the Registered Sponsors List in the UK.

The same kinds of lists can be found in many other countries.

When we work with our Quick Start Program and VIP Program Clients, we give them access to these lists of employers, and for VIP Program Members, we find their perfect potential employers from these lists too and complete the research about these employers for them.

If you are researching your potential employers, and want to do this yourself, you will have to work through these lists and do in-depth research about these employers:

You must find out which are the right potential employers for you, from these lists of thousands of potential employers in many industries, sectors and niches.

You must find out what skills they require, what kinds of people they want, how and where they recruit, etc, etc.

This will enable you to work out a strategy to create tools like a Strategic Immigrant’s CV and Unique Immigrant’s LinkedIn Profile, Resume Videos, STAR Profiles, etc – which should exactly match their requirements.

Then, you will have to formalise a strategy to get in front of them, in other words, according to their recruitment strategy.

For example, if they do not formally advertise jobs – and 80% do not – you must work out how you will become visible to them and become their preferred candidate.

If you get this whole process right, it is great because these sponsors are already willing and authorised to work with immigrants.

This is a great way to find visa sponsored jobs, by targeting them directly with the right research, tools and strategies.

Informal Sponsors

Other employers do not have formal accreditation, but they are also willing to employ immigrants, and they are then willing to go through a formal process of providing proof that they could not find a suitable local candidate.

They are called informal sponsors, but willing to hire immigrants and complete that process.

They are a little harder to find.

To be successful to find visa sponsored jobs with one of them, you must have a great relationship of trust with them already.

That will enable you to have a conversation where you and the employer can talk freely about how to make it work for both of you, how to get a specialist like an immigration adviser on board, to also help them navigate the processes of providing proof that you are the only suitable candidate.

Many, many of the over 100 people who have found their visa sponsored jobs with our help in the VIP Program, have used this approach.  We researched their perfect employers for them, gave them a list, helped them start target them and build great relationships with them and was offered jobs where the employers went through this process and successfully employed them.

A Third Way Of Finding Employers Who Will Offer Visa Sponsored Jobs

Now remember when I said that most sponsors’ details are never published.

However, there is also a way to find these employers AND find visa sponsored jobs, just by looking at who is advertising jobs and making it clear that they are willing to work with immigrants.

So, search the job listings in your destination country, utilising some keywords for visa sponsored jobs, for example visa sponsorship, visa assistance and/or your specific visas for your destination country which you are eligible for.

Here is an example for Australia.

This company is willing to sponsor anyone for this role who is eligible for a 482-sponsorship visa.

Now we know that this company is either an approved sponsor, or willing to go through the processes that is required to get an immigrant hired.

For this to work, you must first determine your eligibility, and then use the keywords which are related to that eligible visa, in the search to find these companies.

There you go – there is one easy way to find visa sponsored jobs:  Finding the employers who are willing to become registered or informal sponsors.

You can either find them on published lists, find them in the job market through research and build trust with them, or look at who is advertising to find visa sponsored jobs that way.

Remember – if you want to be the best prepped, ready, and most preferred candidate and to find a visa sponsorship job, when the borders open and the jobs boom arrives, you MUST start now.  Watch this recent webinar where I go through the exact steps, processes, tips, and tricks to become prepped and ready, to become the preferred candidate and beat the stampede to the gate when the time is right.

Also – don’t forget to subscribe to my list to get informed when I release new videos like this one for immigrant job seekers around the world.

Take care!

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