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we have extensive experience recruiting in Puerto Rico to fill much-needed manufacturing job positions in continental U.S.
We recruit motivated, highly qualified Mexican nurses for U.S. Hospitals and Clinics.
Mexico is now a top producer of engineers. We recruit Mexican engineers to work in the U.S. with TN visas.
THERE IS A LABOR CRISIS IN THE USA
We Can Help You Build the Workforce You Can Rely On
Here's how it works
You will be operating at 100% capacity. You will be able to fulfill your client contracts on time. You will be able to enter into new contracts, knowing you have the staff to produce, produce, produce!
1. Decide how many workers you will need
2. Call us to describe the work they will do
3. Be ready for your workers to arrive 3 days prior to your employment start date
Call us today so you can stop feeling frustrated and you can start feeling satisfied in a job well done.
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Contact Us to Get Started
3 Amigos Recruiting is a foreign workforce solution agency.
If you are having trouble finding reliable US workers, give us a call, our agents will help you expand your operations with a tailor-made labor solution for your company.
Please use the form below to let us know more about your company and schedule a meeting with an agent.
Yes, because people from Puerto Rico are American, there is no limit on the number of Puerto Rican workers that can come to the US mainland to work. Recruitment from Puerto Rico can also be a faster process than H2Bs.
Yes! Our founding partner, Sarah Wyngaard, comes from an H2B background. We started 3 Amigos Recruiting because of the H2B cap and frustrations in recent years with the H2B process. We will lay out the pros/cons of all options and help you figure out what works best for you and your business.
We do require that all of our clients have housing arranged before the workers arrive. We require that the housing have no more than 2 workers per bedroom. Some of our clients own or rent houses or apartments for their workers. Make sure the housing is comfortable and will make the workers feel welcome. Each house or apartment must be furnished with everything from furniture to bedding.
Our clients offer competitive wages to their workers from Puerto Rico. We generally begin the conversation with employers by checking the local H2B wage. We also take your specific location (city/town and state) into consideration when determining what a ‘competitive wage’ for your area is. To provide an idea: housekeeping wages generally start around $17/hour plus benefits AND manufacturing wages generally begin around $19/hour. Please call us so we can provide a more specific analysis of your situation.
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Our mission is to use our combined experience to connect great individuals with great organizations. Your success is the primary goal of our company.
3 Amigos Recruiting was born from the idea that finding skilled, reliable workforce, should be easier for American companies and safe and profitable for recruits.
We understand that the right fit between candidates and employers lead to better employee engagement which translates into greater productivity levels for your company.
Innovation, being one of our company’s core values, has allowed us to effectively adapt our business model to a post-covid world. The technological implementations in our internal screening systems, candidate management and hiring processes continue to guarantee our clients the acquisition of the most thoughtful workforce solutions for their operations.
Michael brings a background in cultural anthropology to Wyngaard Law. After years of teaching at University and conducting field work throughout the US and the Arctic, Michael transitioned into legal work, working in general practice and Estate Planning. After living abroad for several years, Immigration law was a natural fit.
Mia A. Giacomazzi
Mia A. Giacomazzi brings a unique perspective to our immigration practice, having worked on immigration cases as a former federal prosecutor and federal district judge’s law clerk. She is a member of the State Bar of California and the United States District Court, Eastern District of California.
Juan José De Santiago
Immigration Lawyer, Mexico
Juan José De Santiago is a licensed attorney who studied at the prestigious Universidad de Guanajuato where he was raised in Guanajuato, México. During his practice in migration and immigration, he has had the opportunity to work as an Independent Contractor for United Farm Workers of América. In addition, he worked for el Centro de Investigación Entrenamiento y Reclutamiento del Trabajador Organizado (CIERTO) – an organization dedicated to recruiting, training and transporting workers to various large farms in the USA. In addition to his native language of Spanish, Juan José is fluent in English as well.
Katie grew up in an agricultural community in Southern California. She went on to receive her degree in Chemistry, minoring in philosophy, at the University of California, Davis. After graduating, she moved to New York where she worked in Ad Sales for several different television networks (including A+E, The History Channel and WGN America). Wanting to connect with her Mexican roots, she later moved to Guanajuato, Mexico where she currently resides today. Spending this time living in Mexico connected her to the opportunity to work for the Wyngaard Law Firm.
Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Ricardo earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design from Atlantic College University before founding an interior design studio. Interacting with customers allowed him to discover his true passions — listening and helping people achieve their goals. Ricardo put his design job on hold to work as a Damaged Dwellings Inspector for FEMA, the government agency responsible for distributing help to distressed families following natural disasters. He has also worked as a recruitment assistant for TRS Staffing Solutions in Puerto Rico before joining the 3 Amigos Recruiting team.
Lead Recruiter / Mexico Office
Ana Tovar has an MBA from the University of Guanajuato, she has worked as a Division Rooms Manager in Hotels of Large and renowned Chains in Mexico, she has been coordinator of Graduates of the University of Guanajuato for more than 6 years, and she is a member of Mujeres Extraordinarias Foundation in Los Angeles California. Her main skills are customer service, management and direction, strategic planning, business strategy, event management and negotiation.
Her native language is Spanish, and she speaks fluent English.
María Victoria Loidi
A person who is constantly learning and capable of adapting to new situations and challenges. Born and raised in Argentina, she spent quite a few years in Puerto Rico, where she was educated and developed in her roles as a collection agent, insurance licensed agent, and office manager. She recently moved to Florida, USA, and joined 3 Amigos Recruiting; she is fully committed to helping individuals achieve their goals and employers find the perfect candidates. She is dedicated to providing exceptional service and achieving successful outcomes for all parties.
Talent Acquisition Recruiter
Aracely began her career as a foreign language teacher, graduating as an SLA (Second-Language Acquisition) and ELE (Spanish as a Foreign Language) teacher from the prestigious University of Guanajuato. She spent 8 years traveling abroad to specialize in the development of programs, methods and strategies to cultivate people’s interest in becoming bilingual as a way to contribute to improving their lives. Over the years she also became an editor and translator for a major magazine. Aracely has a passion for helping candidates through social media find positions where they can grow and reach their highest potential.