Work World, LLC, the Service Provider, is a company dedicated to connecting candidates around the world with employers in search of foreign workers to fill domestic job vacancies. WW is duly incorporated in accordance with the laws North Carolina, United States of America, with registered office at 1826 Asheville Place, Charlotte, NC 28203, USA.

Work World LLC, through its proprietary platform Work World Jobs, provides services of:

  1. Recruitment of foreign personnel to fill job vacancies abroad.
  2. Evaluation of technical skills, language proficiency, work experience, judicial records and preparation of application for job offers.
  3. Migration services post-employment for presentation of work visas /work permit applications according to the program applicable to the applicant.

These services are offered to the citizens and foreigners with a legal residence status in the country where the applicant wishes to apply for an available program or vacancy posted by employers in our website.

The Service Provider has the necessary experience and tools for the correct execution of the services contracted by the applicant.

The applicant must be committed to provide the necessary information and supporting documentation for the correct processing of his case in the time and manner requested. He must also be in good physical and mental health, over 18 years old, and fit to perform the functions for which he applies, and understands that if hired, he will fully comply with the terms of the contract that he accepted and signed.

The breach of obligation, abandoning the job, changing employer before the expiration of the contract, or any other such actions, could carry penalties that could lead to the applicant deportation.

The applicant henceforth agrees to the following Terms and Conditions:

  1. The Service Provider or its authorized agent will create the applicant’s profile in the patented Work World Jobs portal, for a service fee mentioned on the website, payable online in US dollars, or their equivalent in the local currency.
  2. The applicant understands he must present all the necessary documentation to complete their application.
  3. When the candidate’s profile has been created in WW’s portal, he will receive a username and password that allow him to track his application and monitor his profile’s activity.
  4. Through his login credentials on WW’s portal, the applicant will have access, free of charge, to job offers from employers licensed to hire foreign personnel. Each job vacancy details the application requirements; these job offers can be verified by the applicant in the official Job Banks of the host countries. The requirements established in the job offers include aspects of work experience, academic training, language proficiency and background verification.
  5. The Service Provider will carry out different evaluations of the applicant to determine his eligibility according to the indicated requirements.
  6. To apply for a job vacancy abroad, the applicant understands that he must have a clean judicial, criminal and/or migratory record.
  7. Applicants will have a period of thirty (30) days to complete all necessary documentation. Job vacancies can only be viewed in the applicant’s portal when all the supporting documents have been submitted and application fee paid.
  8. The applicant understands in addition to the documentation requested by W&W, the employer may request additional information which must be provided by the applicant.
  9. The applicant understands he/she may be required to attend interviews with potential employers in English or the language of the destination country.
  10. The applicant understands that related to work experience, specific proof may be requested, such as pay stubs from previous jobs related to the occupation to which he is applying. Work references and/or videos demonstrating the experience or other evidence may also be requested
  11. The applicant understands the process of obtaining a job offer is free of charge and the service fee payment is for the purpose of being enrolled in the platform. However, once he obtains an employment contract, he will have to start a migration process, the rates of which would be established at that time through a service quote, based on the country where he is hired, the type of visa to be processed and the number of family members which may accompany him, if applicable.
  12. Once hired, the applicant must provide all the necessary documentation to complete his migration process, in accordance with the instructions and requirements of both the employer and the corresponding consular authorities.
  13. Rates
  14. Upon signing this service agreement, the applicant pays online the fee of the Service Package selected, rates published on the website under “Packages”. The Basic Package fee covers the registration process and evaluations required for the proper submission of their application. The Deluxe and Premier Packages include other value-added services.
  15. WW offers assistance and consulting services for the migration process post-hiring, but the decision to grant a work contract or a visa is the exclusive prerogative of the employer and the corresponding consular authorities, respectively. WW fees corresponding to the migration process services are established once the applicant has obtained his employment contract. Some government fees mainly for the work visa application also apply.
  16. The Additional Services
  17. At the Service Provider’s offices or agencies, the applicant can avail added services such as document translations, certifications, preparation for job interviews, and language courses. These services would carry additional fees if not included in the original Package chosen at registration. However, applicants are free to use the services of other vendors.
  18. Processing Times
  19. If an applicant exceeds 180 days of registration and has not received an interview, his application will be reviewed and updated, at no additional cost.
  20. Once the applicant is hired, the processing times for the work visa will depend on the consular section in the processing country. The processing time is reviewed with the applicant before starting their migration process.
  21. “Derivative Visa” Application
  22. When the migratory program applicable to the job offer obtained by the applicant allows children under 21 years of age and duly accredited spouse or common-law partner to be included as “derivative beneficiaries”, the corresponding migratory fees will be quoted to the applicant.
  23. Refund Policy and Disclaimer
  24. The applicant acknowledges the granting of an employment contract, or a work visa and the time required to process this application, is at the sole discretion of the employer and the corresponding consulates and embassies.
  25. However, if the request is denied due to an error or omission on the part of the Service Provider or his authorized agents, the Service Provider and/or the agent will refund all professional fees charged. Applicant agrees that fees paid are for the services stated above, and any refund is strictly limited to the amount of fees paid.
    Fees paid are non-refundable under any of the following circumstances:
    1. The applicant does not proceed with the application after signing this agreement.
    2. The applicant does not provide the documents required within 30 days.
    3. After filing the case, the applicant decides to withdraw their case for any reason or circumstance of their own.
    4. The applicant does not show the sufficient knowledge required, based on the visa classification being processed or the job offer to which he is applying.
    5. The applicant does not attend scheduled interviews with prospective employers or service agents.
    6. The applicant fails to report change of address or telephone/fax numbers, email address or any other contact related details in a 30 days.
    7. The visa officer refuses the applicant for the following reasons: (a) Security inadmissibility - this may relate to the applicant or any of the dependents/co-applicants; (b) Medical inadmissibility - this may relate to the applicant or any of the dependents/co-applicants; (c) In the case of incorrect information / false or fabricated certificates / misrepresentation of facts or information or withholding of information or any other illegal act by the client.
  26. Conflict Resolution
  27. 21. In the event of a dispute, the Applicant and the Service Provider must do everything possible to resolve the matter between the two Parties amicably. In the event that a resolution cannot be reached, the Applicant and the Service Provider may initiate a legal action in accordance with the provisions of the applicable arbitration laws of North Carolina, United States of America.
  28. Confidentiality
  29. Information and documentation reviewed by the Service Provider and its staff used for the preparation of the application will not be disclosed to any third party, other than our agents and employees, without the prior consent of the applicant.
  30. Communications and Privacy of the Personal Information
  31. The applicant agrees to the use of electronic communication and the storage of confidential information. The Service Provider will do everything possible to maintain a high degree of security and privacy for electronic communications and the storage of information.
  32. Outside Forces “Force Majeure”
  33. The Service Provider’s failure to comply with any term of this Service Agreement, as a result of conditions beyond its control, such as, but not limited to, government restrictions or subsequent legislation, war, strikes or fortuitous occurrences, pandemics or epidemics or any unforeseen event or force majeure, shall not be considered a breach of this Agreement.
  34. Termination
  35. Applicant acknowledges that if the Service Provider is asked to act on Applicant's behalf in matters other than those described above in this agreement, or due to a material change in client’s circumstances or due to undisclosed facts at the beginning of the application, or due to a change in government legislation regarding the processing of immigration-related applications, the Agreement may be terminated immediately without further performance or refund.
  36. This Agreement is deemed terminated if material changes occur in the Applicants(s) application or eligibility, making it impossible to continue the services detailed in SECTION I of this Agreement.
  37. This agreement is deemed terminated by Ipso Facto Clause, if one of the Parties assigns the rights or delegates the duties of this Agreement, and the assignee becomes insolvent or bankrupt, then the other Party may immediately terminate the Agreement without further performance.
  38. This Agreement is deemed fulfilled upon completion of the tasks identified in this Agreement.
  39. Validation
  40. Applicant acknowledges that he has read this Agreement, understands it, has obtained such independent legal advice as he deems appropriate, have sought a translation, and agrees to be bound by its terms and conditions.

I have read the above information and understand and accept the terms and conditions. By clicking the box, it is my intent to electronically sign this document, and it shall have the same force and effect as if I had signed by hand.

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