Is it possible for me to immigrate to America?

I'm an Australian citizen with no family in America. While I am skilled, I'm skilled through experience with no university degree. My area of skill is listed "Job Zone Four" job, but I dont know how to get an employer to support immigration when there isn't necessarily a skill shortage in my skill area. Is it possible for me to immigrate through any more certain means other than the diversity lottery? I can't afford the investment option, don't have family or a spouse there, and doubt that an employer would sponsor me. Is this a possibility for me?

Asked By: iamnotablender - 1/21/2007
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There are employment-based US immigrant visas that don't necessarily require a college degree. I have issued them for specialized (ethnic) cooks, bakers, and refrigeration mechanics, among others. The difficult part is to find an employer and convince him to petition for you since it can be a several-year process... More
Answered By: dognhorsemom - 1/21/2007
Additional Answers (7)
Join the military the American military.
Answered By: Steven W - 1/21/2007
Come over on a work visa, or just a visit, we'll figure something out.
Answered By: justanotherengine - 1/21/2007
Everybody is entitled to immigrate to USA. You just have to apply and the embassy will determine if you are qualified.
Answered By: FRAGINAL-NOYPI AKO - 1/21/2007
Australians were the first ones voted off the island first England, and now appearantly their own.
Answered By: Rolly - 1/21/2007
Telephone your nearest American embassy and they will fill you in on all the details. Yes it is possible for you to move here. Best of luck to you.
Answered By: suninfla - 1/21/2007
Sure, just come to the Rio Grande with an inner tube and float across. You can get any job you want as an illegal because you can work for less and don't pay taxes. Any company will hire you because they can underbid companies that pay good wages and benefits to their employees. In a couple of years one president or... More
Answered By: towanda - 1/21/2007
Go with dognhorse's answer. She's a consular officer, according to her other answers.
Answered By: DAR - 1/21/2007
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