The H-2A program permits agricultural employers to apply for non-immigrant foreign workers (guest workers) to perform any type of farm work of a seasonal or temporary nature. The H-2A program is designed to ensure employers a legal and adequate labor force while protecting the jobs and wages of U.S. workers.
WGL has 15 years of experience with the H-2A program and only endorses H-2A agents with whom we have personal experience and who adhere to the highest standards of conduct and professionalism.
If you are considering the H-2A program, WGL recommends MasLabor.
For more information about the H-2A Program,
contact Mike Gempler at (509) 575-6315
or use our Contact Form to send us an email.
Updated December 2016
Sage Bluff Seasonal Housing
in Malaga, WA
in Cashmere, WA
for cherry harvest
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