I’m planning on moving to America, I need advice?
Anyone here moved to America from Europe? I’m planning to move in a few years after finishing college. I need some advice or help.
- 4 weeks ago
DON"T/// we dont want you... we have enough immigrants.. GO TO AUSTRALIA or CANADA but do not come here.. WE already have enough problems.
- 4 weeks ago
How about Canada instead?
- sunshine_melLv 71 month ago
Step 1 - research work visa requirements, and see whether you're likely to meet them.
Step 2 - research health insurance, and work laws in the US, and consider whether it's worth it.
- ibu guruLv 71 month ago
How did you think you could "move" to the US? For temporary employment visa, such as H1-b, you need minimum of master's degree plus experience in a STEM occupation.
However, with covid, the US job market has undergone a tremendous shift. As of 2019, before covid, already 35+% of American workers were telecommuting for their employer, self-employed, freelance, contract workers, etc. Now those numbers have increased dramatically, and many who started telecommuting for their jobs will continue. Some companies (e.g. Twitter) have already announced no more working on-premises (except some maintenance people). So expect chances of working in US for foreign workers will be sharply reduced in future. If they want you, you will work from home in your own country.
Or do you have an immediate relative who is a US citizen, meets all requirements to sponsor your immigration, and is willing to petition for your immigration? Depending on your relationship to your sponsor, expect it could take 13-15 years to get an immigration visa interview, and you remain in your country until you are approved for & receive such a visa.
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- FoofaLv 71 month ago
When in doubt hire an attorney to help you.
- Lisa ALv 71 month ago
How will you qualify to do that? You need to answer that question first. If you can't answer it, you need to come up with a new plan.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 71 month ago
without job skills in a field that is in short supply in America, you probably won't get permission to come
- MaxiLv 71 month ago
You need to read the immigration visa website " in a few years time" as of right now migration would require you to be employed by a registered American employer who would sponsor your visa and that is only available to highly educated/highly skilled individuals where there is a short supply of to do that particular job...so hope you are studying a STEM subject, you will also require several years of work experience otherwise you are just another unproved worker with a degree and there are plenty of those in the USA already
- Anonymous1 month ago
Stay in europe because in a few years the USA may become a hellhole.
- Justin CaseLv 41 month ago
Move to the country side and stay away from the cities.