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Where to find sponsored work online for the USA (I'm from Australia)

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Hey guys, my names Jay and I've been qualified and cheffing for the last 14 years. I feel like it's time to move on to another country for something different and I know most people choose Europe but I want to try the US for a little while first.

I'm not sure where to find a website for Chefs where I might find an employer willing to sign a Form I-140 for (what I assume) an EB-3 Visa.

I understand Chefs do find it easier to move around and get extended Visa's for work, but I'm not sure where to begin outside of my own country.

If anyone can provide me with a starting point or advice I would be very greatful.

Jay.
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One of my previous jobs, at Snowbird ski resort (in Utah) hires many australians for the ski season and sponsors their visas. I think it'd be worth looking into if you want to ski and would be willing to come out for only about 5 months. I think the same can be said for many ski resorts around the country. 

Now that I think about it...it may be a little too late now for this season, but maybe next?

 

Look at their website, I know there is a section under their "employment" tab that is all about foreign visa sponsorships.

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Thanks Vic I will check that out. I have a family and understand that your spouse can travel if you find sponsored work. A five month stint at Ski resort would be lots of fun though!
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