When you cannot find the right people to work locally, you should start looking globally.
Many companies, including Apple, Google, 3M, Amazon, and others, have utilized the EB3 visa program as a solution to labor shortages since the 1990s. The EB3 visa program provides U.S. employers with access to a global pool of talent when local recruitment efforts are insufficient. When faced with labor shortages, it is important for companies to consider recruiting globally to find the right people for the job.
Business sectors we work with
“89% of restaurant operators say recruitment and retention are ‘significant challenges.’” - National Restaurant Association [Industry report]
Hospitality businesses struggle to bring back furloughed or hire new employees and is amplifying the familiar staffing issue in the industry.
“75% of light industrial businesses don’t feel fully prepared for 2022, and 60% struggled to keep pace with increased demand last year.” - Instawork
The manufacturing skills gap in the U.S. could result in 2.1 million unfilled jobs by 2030. - National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
Labor recruitment and retention has been an issue even before the pandemic. The labor shortage is forecasted to persist for years. - SHRM
Meat Processing Industry
The difficulty in finding and retaining workers continues to challenge meat processors.
The population for ages 65 and older will likely grow to 21% by 2030. They often require care, whether in hospitals or nursing homes. - U.S. Census Bureau
What SeaBreezee provides
It is important to do thorough research and choose a reputable company that has experience with EB-3 visa sponsorship and a track record of success.
At SeaBreezee, specializing in immigration services can assist EB-3 visa sponsors with various aspects of the application process, including navigating the labor certification process, filing the necessary forms and documentation with the U.S. government, and providing guidance on compliance with all applicable labor and immigration laws and regulations. We may also offer additional services, such as assistance with job postings and recruitment, as well as advice on how to retain foreign talent after the visa has been approved.
It is essential to do thorough research and choose a reputable company with experience in EB-3 visa sponsorship and a track record of success.
At SeaBreezee, specializing in immigration services can assist EB-3 visa sponsors with various aspects of the application process, including navigating the labor certification process, filing the necessary forms and documentation with the U.S. government, and providing guidance on compliance with all applicable labor and immigration laws and regulations. We may also offer additional services, such as assistance with job postings and recruitment and advice on retaining foreign talent after the visa has been approved.
Comprehensive immigration consultation
Guidance on how to comply with all legal requirements
Regular updates on your case status
Assistance in filing all necessary paperwork
Representation before DOL, USCIS and other government agencies
Advice on how to maximize your chances of success in obtaining an EB3 visa for your employee(s)
Benefits of working with SeaBreezee
SeaBreezee offers a workforce solution service designed to help local businesses like yours become more efficient in hiring and retaining unskilled workers. With our extensive experience, we can provide this service at a minimal cost, and you only pay for successful placements.
Our comprehensive search and placement service includes sourcing workers from abroad and handling all aspects of their arrival in the US with work eligibility. You won't need to worry about flights, housing, or anything else, as these workers will arrive just like any American worker.
We're confident that you'll be impressed with the quality of workers we provide, as evidenced by our excellent track record of a 92% retention rate in the first year of employment. Our workers understand that their future and their families depend on doing an excellent job for your company, and we take this responsibility seriously.
We've successfully worked with businesses of all sizes, from those with 15 employees to those with over 10,000, and we're confident that we can provide a workforce solution that meets your specific needs.
Our service is a game changer for businesses like yours, and we're excited about the opportunity to work with you.
Our Recent EB3 Campaigns
H-Mart in California and other states [EB3 Campaigns since 2023]
H-Mart is one of the largest Asian Supermarket chains in North America that has 97 stores in 14 U.S. States. SeaBreezee facilitates its EB3 services to fill the skilled and unskilled positions by nearly 300 positions from 2023.
West Liberty Foods LLC. at IA, UT, and IL [EB3 Campaigns since 2021]
400+ EB3 recruitment since 2021.
According to The National Provisioner, West Liberty Foods is the 34th largest meat and poultry processor in the United States.
Fountain View Care Center, Hemet Care Center, and Devonshire Care Center, CA [EB3 Campaigns since 2022]
120+ EB3 recruitment in healthcare centers in California since 2022
And many EB3 projects with Food/Meat processors and Manufacturers since 1996.
We provide our services to Hospitality, Food/Meat processing, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Logistics, QSR, and other industries with attendant, caregiver, packer, assembler, general laborer, team member, and many more job positions.
What is EB3 Visa?
EB-3 Other Worker visa is a type of employment-based immigration visa in the United States. It is designed for foreign nationals who are skilled workers, professionals, or unskilled workers in non-agricultural industries. This visa requires an employer to sponsor the applicant and go through a labor certification process to ensure that there are no qualified U.S. workers available for the position. The EB-3 Other Worker category has a limited number of visas available each year, and the wait time can vary depending on the country of origin.
To sponsor an applicant for an EB-3 visa, the employer must be a U.S. employer who is willing to hire the foreign national on a permanent, full-time basis. The employer must also demonstrate that there are no qualified U.S. workers available to fill the position and must go through a labor certification process to prove that the job requirements and working conditions will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of similarly employed U.S. workers. The employer must also meet various other requirements, such as complying with all applicable labor and immigration laws and regulations. It's important to note that the employer, not the employee, is the sponsor of the EB-3 visa.