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Moving to US?

 
#1 Moving to US?
04/02/2014 21:03

Geronimo

I've been a consultant for over 5 years, first few years at a big four and a couple at a smaller consultancy (which does not have a North American office).

If I wanted a move to the US, what is best way to do this?

I do not have a right to work in the US so the company would have to sponsor me, which I understand is quite uncommon (for external recruits).

My current research suggests I could move if:

1 - My current company expand to US (not happening)

2 - I get a student visa (too expensive in terms of actual and opportunity cost)

3 - A US-based company recruit me and sponsor my visa (very uncommon)

4 - I move to an international firm in London, and after x months, second/transfer to the US practice (no guarantees of "x" months or second/transfer)

Any suggestions / thoughts?

Thanks

G

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#2 RE: Moving to US?
04/02/2014 21:24

Dan! Dan! Dan! to Geronimo (#1)

Marry an American. You just missed Superbowl Sunday. You'd have found quite a few drunken candidates in the bars around central London. Maybe next year...

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