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Java/J2EE job opportunites in US

Neelu Velpula
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Joined: Nov 09, 2006
Posts: 1
Hi Frnds,

i just joined this group. I want to know some details of the Indian job consultants who offers jobs (Java/J2EE technology - 3 years experience) in US. I dont have any Visa also [ ].

Please let me know the names of the consultants whom i can contact for the same.

Thanks,
Neelu
Shaan Shar
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Joined: Dec 27, 2005
Posts: 1249

Originally posted by Neelu Velpula:
Hi Frnds,

i just joined this group. I want to know some details of the Indian job consultants who offers jobs (Java/J2EE technology - 3 years experience) in US. I dont have any Visa also [ ].

Please let me know the names of the consultants whom i can contact for the same.

Thanks,
Neelu


Dear Neelu,

check my next mesaage..
[ November 09, 2006: Message edited by: Sharma Ji ]

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Shaan Shar
Ranch Hand

Joined: Dec 27, 2005
Posts: 1249

Originally posted by Neelu Velpula:
Hi Frnds,

i just joined this group. I want to know some details of the Indian job consultants who offers jobs (Java/J2EE technology - 3 years experience) in US. I dont have any Visa also [ ].

Please let me know the names of the consultants whom i can contact for the same.

Thanks,
Neelu


Dear Neelu,

You can apply some of them given below.

these all also provide you VISA...

Consultant # 1
Consultant # 2
Consultant # 3
Consultant # 4
Consultant # 5
Consultant # 6

may these all consultants helps you a lot.....
[ November 09, 2006: Message edited by: Sharma Ji ]
 
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