08 April 2008
New American visa potential for migrants to Iowa
Over the next two years 500 new jobs will be available in Webster County in the US but there is a shortage of people to fill them. If local people cannot take up the positions then American immigration is likely to be used in order to make up the shortfall. The projections were referenced by the Development Corporation of Fort Dodge and Webster County in a quarterly report.
John Kramer, president of the Development Corporation, said that the area is to see "a bright future" and claimed that there is a possibility of thousands of jobs being created due to the growth of the biorefining industry. Fort Dodge is a city in Iowa with a population of 25,136 people living there, according to the census taken in 2000. It is a major commercial centre for northern Iowa. People looking at American immigration should take an American visa application in order to check their eligibility.
America needs skilled workers: anyone interested in American immigration should complete the American Visa Bureau's online American visa application to see if they qualify for an American visa.