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I got an email from CHAN LI about (Visas And Work Permit in Spain), Is it real or SCAM?

Visas And Work Permit Spain has began the recruitment of a Hundred and eighty Thousand (180,000) unskilled workers and One Hundred Thousand (100,000) skilled professional of non-European Union residents (foreigners) due to the country's new immigration policy and the aim to boost its economy during the next two years. The category A is for unskilled persons who are willing to work in the agricultural sector (fruit and vegetable picking), in the environment and cleaning sector, and child-careers/old people careers in Spain. After working for the government for a period of two years, with monthly salaries of one four thousand (1400) Euros and free accommodation, you will become entitled to change jobs for personal or professional reasons, then you can apply to become a permanent resident of Spain,as long as you had a good conduct during the two year working contract with the government. The category B is for skilled professionals with a minimum of vocational certificate degree and above, who are willing to fill some open job positions and work for the government of Spain for a period of two years. The occupations (Category B) to be filled in include the following: Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical), Automotive Electrician, Baker, Binder and Finisher, Print Finisher, Boat Builder and Repairer, Bricklayer, Cabinetmaker, Carpenter, Computer and IT technician, Cook, Electrician, Fitter, Furniture Finisher, General Plumber, Hairdresser, Painter and Decorator, Motor Mechanic, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Mechanic, Pressure Welder, Vehicle Painter, Welder, Vehicle Painter, Surveyor, Registered Nurse, Radiologist, Child Care Coordinator, Dental Technician, Children's teacher. The monthly salaries are fixed at Two thousand(2000) Euros, irrespective of your qualification. There will be free accommodation, and at the end of the two years contract, you will become entitled to change jobs for personal or other reasons. Then you can apply to become a permanent resident of Spain, as long as you had a good conduct during the two year working contract with the government. How The Recruitment Works This job publication was originally made in Spanish language – based more on attracting prospective employees from Latin American Spanish speaking countries – but, out of my goodwill, I took it upon myself to translate it fully into English language for the benefit of people from other countries. This recruitment information is meant to reach those with privilege for acquisition of news; hence the employment process will be carried out by nominated immigration law firms in Madrid, the nation's capital. The processes of employment are as follows: (1) You write to the nominated law firm, indicating your interest in working for the government for two years. (2) They may call and interview you. If successful, they forward your particulars to the ministry of labour for approval. (3) If approved, a job is assigned to you and a copy of your employment pass letter will be forwarded to you. (4) With the Employment Pass, you will be directed on the date to visit the embassy of Spain in your country of legal residence for a short interview and identification, where you will read your employment conditions and sign an employment agreement. A one way ticket would be provided for you to travel to the Madrid Barajas Airport, Spain. The ticket fare would be deducted from your salary for a period of two years (30 Euros/month). NOTE: (a) No working experience or educational background is required for the Category A jobs. But being educated would help you integrate faster into the system. No language requirement. For Category B jobs, no working experience is required, only educational background. But having working experience will be an added advantage. No Spanish language requirement for both job categories. Age limit, 18 to 50 years. Employment is free of charge, on first come, first served based. And for security reasons, a group of people of same family linage and extension will be given higher consideration. Contact one of the nominated law firms for Details. ABOGADOS SANT SIDRE PHONE: +34 602 113 211 +34 602 113 211 +34 602 113 211 +34 602 113 211 +34 602 113 211 +34 602 113 211 +34 602 113 211 +34 602 113 211 EMAIL: santsidre@rocketmail.com ADDRESS: Calle de Selliva, 30 Madrid, 28010, España. If you wish to migrate to European soil and start a new life, this is your chance. Wishing you a good Luck. Chen Lang An International Entrepreneurship Phd Student in Madrid,Spain

Asked By: Bilal R - 3/20/2012
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100% scam... More
Answered By: Buffy Staffordshire - 3/21/2012
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It's as close to a scam as anything can be. Especially when they ask for money up front. The easiest way to find out is to contact the Spanish Consulate and ask them about the program and how you can apply for it... More
Answered By: Mordecai Irony - 3/20/2012
 
Are you crazy? Don't you watch the news? Euro zone crisis ring any bells? Of course it is a scam, which should have been 1,000% clear when they asked for money.
Answered By: MadMan - 3/21/2012
 
SCAM
Answered By: thinkingtime - 3/21/2012
 
100% SCAM... More
Answered By: Kittysue - 3/21/2012
 
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