Due to the increase in complaints from Jalisco about fraud by people who offer work visas for the United States of America and Canada, the authorities from both missions will have a work table this coming March 9 with the Secretary of Labor and Social Affairs of the State.
The head of the secretariat, Marco Valerio Pérez Gollaz explained the importance of evidence.
Two delegations come with authorities. They know the circumstances, we have to do it. We are proud that Jalisco has identified a state that can generate real rules in the Nations, due to the respect of many people who affect to work but are often defrauded and deceived.”
Through text messages that invite people to work for a salary of 2 and 3 thousand pesos per day; depositing money for work visas and providing temporary accommodation in offices or on the street for information theft are some of the ways of working that have been identified by public authorities.
In the state of this type of crime there are no definite figures of fraud; However, Marcus Valerio invited victims of this type of fraud to file a complaint with the Prosecutor’s Office or the Ministry of Labor.
Graduated from the Bachelor of Journalism at the Ciénega University Center (CuCiénega). Reporter for UdeG radio based in Ocotlán (June 2017 to June 2019), during that time I also worked for two local newspapers Mi Región and Semanario Guía, during that time writing specifically about environmental, social and political issues in the Ciénega region.
Reporter, content producer (video, infographics, photography) and social media manager at Ambiental Jalisco, an independent media outlet specializing in environmental issues (June to December 2019)
As a television journalist on Channel 6 in Multimedia and the newspaper Diario Milenio (January 2020 to July 2021), she wrote about issues about the environment, missing persons, and human rights.
In November 2021 I collaborated with research on migration in times of Covid for the independent media Perimetral.
Content author for the social network for the Intermunicipal Association for the Protection of the Environment and Sustainable Development of Lake Chapala (Aipromades).
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