With the global travel industry looking to hire more foreign workers, Marriott has announced a new “family visa” that offers a one-time opportunity to work for one year for a hotel company.
Marriott said that it will offer a visa to new spouses and family members who wish to work as housekeepers at its hotels.
It also said it is offering a one year “temporary resident” visa to “family members” who want to work in hotels.
The visas are limited to the same three cities in the United States, which Marriott says will help it avoid a large number of visas being issued for overseas work.
The company said it will also offer a “temporarily resident” “for up to five years” visa for individuals who are “in the United State for business.”
The “temperament of this visa” is the same as that for a business visa, Marriott said.
The visa, which costs $2,000, can be extended for a maximum of three years.
The Marriott statement said the visa is intended for “people who are highly skilled at their occupation and enjoy the benefits of working in the hospitality industry, and who can support their families and work in the hotels in their communities.”
The visa allows Marriott to keep its employees employed for up to three years after they apply for it.
Marriott did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
“We are excited to welcome new family members to the Marriott family,” said David M. Leventhal, vice president for hospitality at Marriott.
“It is a great opportunity to give back to the community, but also to give our customers the same benefits.”
In a press release, Marriott wrote that its visa program is “based on a proven process and will help us increase the quality of our hotel workforce.”
“Family visas are available for both spouses and families,” it added.
“We look forward to welcoming new family member members in the coming months and welcome everyone to our hospitality program.”
Marriott has been one of the top employers of foreign workers in the U.S., hiring about 15,000 employees from China and India in 2016, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Marriott Visa Home program is one of several that the company is offering to new foreign workers to help it stay competitive.
Other companies, such as J.C. Penney, have said they are offering the same visas, but with a one month “temporal resident” program instead of a full-time one.
Marriott’s “tempered” visa allows a temporary resident to stay in the country for up of two years and is one the least expensive options.
The company said that the Marriott Visa Residence Program will allow hotel employees to work at a Marriott hotel for up “two years and one day after the Visa Home Visa expires,” as long as they have been working at the hotel for at least two years.
This allows Marriott’s foreign workers the option to work from home and stay at a hotel for a longer period of time.
The Marriott “temperate” visa is available to employees with at least six months of experience working at a foreign hotel.
The “temperature” visa, for which Marriott charges $2.75 per day, is available for employees with less than six months experience working.
“Temperament” visas are not available to “temperer” visas, which are for people who have previously worked at a local hotel.
Marriott is also offering a “family” visa that allows spouses and partners to work up to six years for one hotel.
As of March, Marriott had about 6,000 foreign workers on its payroll, up from around 2,000 in 2015.