Frequently Asked Questions

1. Why Grey Whayle?

Its simple. We save your time. When you apply for a job on Grey Whayle, you can be assured of applying to a job offering visa support. You don’t have to scroll through hundreds of jobs to find one that offers immigration support.

And just in case you’re wondering why we’re called Grey Whayle – Grey Whales are Baleen whales who are known for their migration habits. Recently, a grey whale set a record for the longest mammal migration, covering a distance of more than 22,000 kms. #truestory

2. What does ‘Visa Support’ encompass?

Visa Support could mean one of the following:

Visa Sponsorship – Your employer will file for a work visa on your behalf.

Visa Assistance – Your employer will guide you through the process of filing a work visa. This could mean making appointments at relevant authorities, preparing you for the interview, providing all the necessary documents etc.

Visa Transfer Only – Your employer is willing to transfer your existing work visa under their company name.

3. Does Grey Whayle assist in acquiring work visas?

No. Nada. Non.

4. Does Grey Whayle assist in negotiations with employers?

We don’t. We just provide a very cool platform to apply for jobs with visa support.

5. Is Relocation a part of Visa Support?

It’s not. An employer might offer visa support with or without relocation or could just provide relocation. We don’t post jobs ONLY offering relocation. For us, visa support > relocation. If you are offered both, you are a true Grey Whayle.

6. I clicked on a job, but it says it has expired. What should I do?

When this happens, it usually means that the vacancy has been filled. We are constantly working on removing expired jobs on Grey Whayle. If the job becomes live again, we will shoot you an email.

7. The job details do not mention that the employer is offering visa support. How do I verify that they do?

Some employers are able and willing to sponsor/support visas for all their open vacancies. In this case, original postings don’t have it specifically written. It would be on the company’s website (Careers Page) explaining how it works. If you cannot find it, send us an email and we will sort it out.