tomthorne wrote:If you can provide proof of 2+ years post-degree work experience and/or a Master's then I believe that you are OK. Whether the employers consider the processing tobe too much of a hassle is another matter.
Well, if I am able to satisfy this, I still need to qualify for the pay restriction, for a dude with just 2 years of experience to be offered 48000? Unless the company is willing to bend the rules for me, I don't know what can be else can done about it. I know the situation sounds bad but I just don't want to give up.
I am repeating myself but for the record:
1. DO NOT compete for local jobs. Look for jobs given to foreigners, not locals. Meaning jobs advertised as such.
2. This is because only certain companies CAN/ARE ALLOWED to hire foreigners LEGALLY. Those are the ones that can ask the government to process your residence, give you an ARC, pay your taxes and helath and labor insurance, etc. If you are legally working, you can stay longer and have a lot of benefits. And receive proper compensation for your experience.
3. If they offering 48K, it is because that post is for a local. If they go "hmm, well, ehh" it is because the company cannot hire a foreigner legally. It is THEM, not you.
I hope this is finally clear, but if you do have any inquiries, I'll repeat myself again.