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Let Down By Sponsor Again Help!!!!

Old Mar 5th 2002, 5:15 pm
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lee
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Default Let Down By Sponsor Again Help!!!!

Hi All,
Can anyone help please, we have our own flooring company here in the UK with two partners, we decided we would sell our share when my husband got sponsorship with a flooring company in Florida, we are having a house built just outside Sarasota, on the strength of the job. We have a very good Attorney who has looked into the H1B for us, and hubby qualifies as he has 23years expericence/skill in his trade which classes as a degree, and under a designer techichian pass part 2 of the H1B.
Our sponser decided at the last post to withdraw due to lack of work, which has left us having to start again.
If anyone can help with sposoring us or knows of any agency we can hire to find us a sponsor we would be very grateful.
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Old Mar 6th 2002, 6:35 am
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Actually, you weren't really let down by the sponsor as much as the sponsor having
complied with the law; they are required to withdraw. See if the employer at a later
time is interested in re-hiring your husband. Also, do keep in mind that building a
house is quite a commitment, and you would want to think twice about it based on
something as temporary as an H-1B (even if the employer rehired him, they might lay
him off later!)

Sorry, I don't have any contacts in the flooring industry. You may want to check out
monster.com, dice.com, and a number of other sites.

Ingo

On 5 Mar 2002 13:02:40 -0600, lee <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Hi All, Can anyone help please, we have our own flooring company here in the UK with
    >two partners, we decided we would sell our share when my husband got sponsorship
    >with a flooring company in Florida, we are having a house built just outside
    >Sarasota, on the strength of the job. We have a very good Attorney who has looked
    >into the H1B for us, and hubby qualifies as he has 23years expericence/skill in his
    >trade which classes as a degree, and under a designer techichian pass part 2 of the
    >H1B. Our sponser decided at the last post to withdraw due to lack of work, which has
    > left us having to start again. If anyone can help with sposoring us or knows of
    > any agency we can hire to find us a sponsor we would be very grateful.
    >
    >
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