Assembler / Welder

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Assembler / Welders are in high demand in USA with Permanent Residence (Green Card) pathway. No relevant qualification and experience is required.


Position:              Assembler / Welder

Work Location: Wisconsin

Wages:                 $14.25 / $17.25 per hour

Hours:                  Full Time (40hr/week)

Job Description

Work both individually and as part of a larger team that assembles and builds trailers. You may be required to use a variety of hand tools that may include hammers, drills, caulk guns, rivet guns, impact wrenches, routers, grinders, welding and more. You may be asked to read blue prints, measure, fasten, tighten, rivet and more.


  • Choice of health insurance plan
  • Weekly paydays (every Friday)
  • An in-house health and wellness center at each location
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Short-term disability (STD)
  • Long-term disability (LTD)
  • A flexible spending account
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Employee Assistance Program (EA)
  • Paid vacation
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid Holidays
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It is an employment visa that allows the applicant and their family (wife and children) obtain the U.S. green card and be able to work and live in the United States.

There is no minimum qualification requirement, hence High School Diploma is recommended.

Minimum age requirement is 18.

For most countries the process average time is two years (except for the Philippines, China, India, and Mexico).

Yes! You can bring your family (wife and children).

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No. it has been the law since 1990.

Because these are unskilled positions that do not required much effort during work time, the positions are reserved and contracted for quickly.

U.S. Department of Labor and United States Immigration (USCIS).

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