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Offline VanitarNordic

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I need a job offer abroad
« on: April 10, 2018, 07:39:25 pm »
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Offline Warhawk

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Re: I need a job offer abroad
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2018, 12:25:15 am »
I am not sure whether you're aware but Iran is on the blacklist of most technological companies. In our case even hosting a guest from one of these countries is considered to be a security breach and special procedures apply (e.g. deemed export).
I am not talking politics now. Just be prepared that you may get instant push back when it comes to your citizenship.

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Re: I need a job offer abroad
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2018, 01:42:49 am »
I am not sure whether you're aware but Iran is on the blacklist of most technological companies. In our case even hosting a guest from one of these countries is considered to be a security breach and special procedures apply (e.g. deemed export).
I am not talking politics now. Just be prepared that you may get instant push back when it comes to your citizenship.

Well, No.

This does not apply to a job offer or work visa or whatever similar. Work visas are open to anyone from any country. The only difference is that for few countries local people are in priority by the law, such as the US, but not for many who look for educated foreign immigrants such as Germany and so on.

The rule you mentioned is only for the "US companies", in case of dealing with Iranian companies "with no permission". That's it.

Rules are clearly written on each country's migration website and when they try to offer a Visa, the migration itself will do their own checks, if they feel it is necessary. A tourist visa is not a permit for work.

Many Iranian citizens work abroad and honestly anyone who grants a work permit can grant a new citizenship after 4 years, more or less.

Therefore, as a result, the migration board/officer will do the security checks for any nationality that they feel it is necessary, not the hosting company and this varies from a case to case.

I lived for 5 years in Sweden and nobody even complained about me somewhere  ;D
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Re: I need a job offer abroad
« Reply #3 on: April 28, 2018, 05:16:19 pm »
I based my comment on something I saw two years ago. It was pretty much this case:

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4140554

but in EU.

Your CV looks comprehensive, good luck!
 
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Offline VanitarNordic

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Re: I need a job offer abroad
« Reply #4 on: April 28, 2018, 06:44:59 pm »
I based my comment on something I saw two years ago. It was pretty much this case:

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4140554

but in EU.

Your CV looks comprehensive, good luck!

Yes because the main company, the Ycombinator is a US based company and it promotes startup companies by seed and major investments. Which means financial transactions.

Anyway, I had applied to this incubator before with one startup idea and nobody in the YC had any problem with that. I had applied to the US one!

The main challenge for a non-native job seeker in the EU, for example, is networking and connection, because usually the employers are very conservative and just hire internally recommended or a friend recommended job seeker. This is less colorful in the UK and Germany and typically tend to be less in Canada or US, but generally, it is the main challenge.

If I had a wealthy company I was giving a chance to anyone by using professional HR people instead of using recommendations from other people, but anyway it is my dream  ;D and I can not force anyone to follow it.
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