Who We Are

INTERNATIONAL WORK FORCE was incorporated for the express purpose of hiring qualified workers from foreign counties under the Government’s H2A and H2B program. 

Who are our employees? They are employees that have the desire to work hard, extremely energetic and most importantly they want to work in order to support their families living in Mexico. You will never find an American or any other type of worker that wants to work as hard as our employees. 

We have many clients that request the exact same employees year after year.

Our employees are the best in installing irrigation, harvesting crops, planting and seeding, pruning, packing and loading crops for shipment.    They work with all sorts of Farm equipment necessary to maintain a farm.  Our farm workers also apply pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers to crops.  They repair fences not to mention just about all other activity relating to farming.

Our Ranchers work with cows, horses, slaughterhouses, dairies, and any and other activities where you need hard working individuals.

For businesses unrelated to Farming and Ranching, we also supply hard working individuals that are legal to work in the United States.

We maintain offices and employees in Mexico and several other developing countries of which we hire only employees that have the required experience and their desire to perform their work to the highest standards.

As we are all aware, there are many foreign workers in the United States that do not have the proper documents to work and live in the United States. Today it is not uncommon for the United States Attorney to file criminal charges resulting in arrest, fines and jail time for anyone that hires an illegal. 

All of our employees are legal to work with the proper papers issued by the United States Government.

When in need please call us as we are always there to assist you.

International Workforce
4492 Camino de la Plaza #2097
San Ysidro, CA 92173-3110
Telephone: (858) 703-2002

Tijuana Mexico World Headquarters
Blvd. Sanchez Taboada #10488-500
Zona Rio, Tijuana, B.C. Mexico CP 22010
Tel: +52 664 231-7999




In the case of Vinton dairy, the defendant a dairy owner was jailed, sentenced to one year of probation and ordered to pay $150,000 to the United States Government prior to his release from incarceration

There are many more cases pending on the same issues and now the government is starting to go after their own government employees for hiring or looking the other way in failing to report others for violating the law.

In the case of Special Agent Ann Cox of the FBI, she was convicted and sentenced for unlawfully employing immigrants in a deli she purchased in Dallas, Texas.

In another case

Employees of the United States Department of Labor were arrested for failing to report illegals working a farm that they were assigned to investigate.


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