How can a Canadian/Taiwanese work in the US?

Hello folks,

I am a Taiwanese Canadian, and I have both Taiwanese and Canadian citizenship. I recently graduated from a Canadian university with a M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering and I have a Bachelor's degree in Physical Sciences and Mathematics also from a Canadian university. I have been trying to get an entry level position in the related field, but so far I haven't been quite successful. Most companies here in Alberta, Canada are looking for people with experience. As a fresh new grad, this is something I don't have. However, I noticed that there are actually quite a bit of entry level positions available in the U.S. My friends and relatives have suggested that I apply for those positions in the US. But I have no idea if I am eligible to work in the US. I kinda feel that if I am a senior engineer with 10 years of experience, then maybe they will want me, but I am a fresh new grad with no industrial experience, will they allow me to go to the states and work?

My other option is go back to Taiwan. In fact, I have got 10~20 interview invitations, but the thing is if I do go to Taiwan and work there, I will have to fulfill my conscription duty first before I can start working. I don't mind going into the military and fulfill my duty, but this is not something I want to do at the current stage of my life. I would really want to start working and gaining some hands-on experience. I am already 27, I am quite old for someone who still hasn't had any industrial experience. So if I spend a year in the military, I will be almost 29 before I start looking for work.

Please advise, thanks!

2 Answers

  • 8 years ago
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    Easiest way is with a TN (NAFTA) Visa. All you need is a valid offer of employment from a US company. You present your Canadian passport, a copy of your college degree and employment records which establish qualification for the prospective job and proof of your offer at the port of entry.

    TN Visa - Canada is Suitable For:

    Canadian citizens with a bachelors degree and a job offer from a U.S. company

    Canadian citizens in specialized occupations, such as scientists, engineers, programmers, research assistants, management consultants, social workers, and accountants

    Canadian medical and allied personnel including dentists, dietitians, laboratory technologists, nutritionist, pharmacist, physical therapist, psychologist, registered nurses and veterinarians

    Canadian companies to transfer employees to their U.S. parent, branch, subsidiary or affiliate without the 1 year foreign employment requirement in the case of

    L-1 visa

    U.S. companies to bring in qualified Canadian professionals for jobs that require a bachelors degree and specialized skills

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