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Who May Apply for H2A Agricultural Program
Any US agricultural employer (farmer) or group of agricultural employers with a legitimate seasonal or temporary recurring labor need may apply.
The following operations utilize this program great with
success to meet some or all of their seasonal labor needs.
Livestock operations with seasonal aspects like foaling or calving (dairies, horse, cattle etc.)
Hay, Grain & Wheat Growers
Greenhouses & Nursersies
Field Crop Growers
Any other agricultural operations not listed that can demonstrate a seasonal need.
The H2A agricultural program is a legal temporary seasonal foreign work visa program available to US farmers to employ foreign workers. Work Abroad Network utilizes this program to provide US employers with reliable, highly competent and cost effective workers from South Africa, Mexico and many other countries. We facilitate and coordinate the entire process from obtaining labor certification and USCIS approval as well as recruit suitable candidates, match candidates with employers, run background checks on applicants, assist with the visa application abroad, as well as coordinate travel arrangements. We provide extraordinary support throughout the season to both parties. We believe the key to good relationships with our clients (workers and employers) is to treat everyone like we would like to be treated, operate with full disclosure (understanding complex programs and requirements), honesty, and going the extra mile with a smile.
H2A Ag Program Overview
Links to Detailed H2A Information
Working with Tina Andrew has always been a positive experience. Navigating our way through the immigration spider web would be difficult at best if not for the patient professional service of the people at Work Abroad Network. They have helped us to not only bring competent people to help operate our business, but to build lifelong friendship's as well.
Wayne Hepper, Flying O Ranch