Does Bcom, ACCA qualification help me earn descent salaried jobs in the US?

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  • 1 month ago

    No. Expect to need a minimum of master's degree plus experience in a high-tech/STEM field to qualify for H1-b visa to work in US & be considered by any qualified employer. Accountants do NOT qualify as there is no shortage of qualified accountants & CPAs in the US. 

    Due to covid-related shutdowns & the resultant massive job losses & business closures, unemployment in US is very high, and there are no real shortages in any field/occupation in the US currently. Furthermore, if a job can be done remotely - and millions of jobs have converted to remote working - you cannot get any visa as your physical presence is not essential. You can remain in your country & work remotely for anyone around the world if you meet that company's requirements. If you are really good, you might attain top of the range for accountants in your country, whoever/wherever you work for.

  • 1 month ago

    Bachelor of Commerce type grads are not in short supply in America, so you can't get an H1B visa to come and work here.  Best course if you intend to do that would be to join the overseas branch of a major US corporation and allow them to discover that you are an exceptional hire ... then they might ask you, in the future, to move to US as a very senior technical person or executive.

  • 1 month ago

    Not a chance.  You might also want to work on your language skills: 'descent' has two meanings - going downhill or your family of origin.  Neither meaning makes any sense in your question.

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