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Osm Aviation recruiting foreign pilots for USís Airlines

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Old 29th Oct 2018, 20:49
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Thought would be fun to try. Thatīs why, I went through the trouble to fill out the application. What a waste of time. I got a couple of 1000 jet hours. Here is whatīs on offer:

The position we have available is to fly a Cessna 402. Cape Air is sponsoring pilots to fly operation 135 Cessna 402. It is a 12 month contract with Cape Air, the pay rate is $17.50 an hour. A pilot is guaranteed 40 duty hours a week. An average first year Captain who takes advantage of overtime and flying incentives plus bonuses earned $79,782 a year. Cape Airís base is in the Northeast, Caribbean, Midwest, Montana, Guam.(bases are available on www.capeair.com). OMS helps pilot find employment in the U.S., and a petitioner for the green card. OMS manages the contracting process and ensures all the required contracts are executed properly. Filing of the case includes spouse and children under the age of 21. OMS offers shared housing for pilots to stay while they apply for SSN and obtain DL prior to initiating airline training. If applicable OMS coordinates flight training with third party to obtain a FAA ATP license. After pilot fulfils 12-month contract with sponsoring airline OMS can assist pilot in applying for another position with a different airline. How much does OMS charge?$3,000 administrative fee once pilot signs the contract, and $800 per month for 48 months (total $38,400) which commence when pilot begins working for the airline. Green Card is valid for 10 years within 5 years pilot may apply for citizenship. If you are interested in moving forward the next step is an interview with the OMS Pilot recruiter. Please let me know what day and time works best for your interview with the OMS recruiter.

Should you have any questions, feel free to contact me.


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Old 29th Oct 2018, 21:21
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Thought would be fun to try. Thatīs why, I went through the trouble to fill out the application. What a waste of time. I got a couple of 1000 jet hours. Here is whatīs on offer:

The position we have available is to fly a Cessna 402. Cape Air is sponsoring pilots to fly operation 135 Cessna 402. It is a 12 month contract with Cape Air, the pay rate is $17.50 an hour. A pilot is guaranteed 40 duty hours a week. An average first year Captain who takes advantage of overtime and flying incentives plus bonuses earned $79,782 a year. Cape Airís base is in the Northeast, Caribbean, Midwest, Montana, Guam.(bases are available on www.capeair.com). OMS helps pilot find employment in the U.S., and a petitioner for the green card. OMS manages the contracting process and ensures all the required contracts are executed properly. Filing of the case includes spouse and children under the age of 21. OMS offers shared housing for pilots to stay while they apply for SSN and obtain DL prior to initiating airline training. If applicable OMS coordinates flight training with third party to obtain a FAA ATP license. After pilot fulfils 12-month contract with sponsoring airline OMS can assist pilot in applying for another position with a different airline. How much does OMS charge?$3,000 administrative fee once pilot signs the contract, and $800 per month for 48 months (total $38,400) which commence when pilot begins working for the airline. Green Card is valid for 10 years within 5 years pilot may apply for citizenship. If you are interested in moving forward the next step is an interview with the OMS Pilot recruiter. Please let me know what day and time works best for your interview with the OMS recruiter.

Should you have any questions, feel free to contact me.


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That's a LOT of money. That whole green card thing seems iffy. Can a company be that certain they can get you one under the circumstances offered ?
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Old 9th Nov 2018, 01:42
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EB-3 VISA is what OMS is offering. But yes the wait is up to 18 months.
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Old 10th Nov 2018, 09:34
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Hi guys, I m not wasting more of my lifetime on something silly like that.
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