How to find a job in US or in an european country if I am from Afghanistan?

I am an Afghan citizen. I am 29 YO. I am high school gradute. I have been working for an International Non Governmental Humanitarian Organization (INGO) in Afghanistan since 2002, mostly in the fields of administrative support, human resources and accounts.

Asked By: Humayun - 1/5/2009
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Why don't you stay in your own country and help your own people? With recession looming in the US and EU, workers are being laid off/are at risk of being laid off in their thousands. Unless you're highly skilled, you'll likely find it difficult to compete against native and naturalised citizens... More
Answered By: James W - 1/5/2009
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I agree with the other answer really but if you did want to go to the US or Europe you would need a valid visa, different countries have different visa entry requirements and so you would need to check first on there to see if you are eligible.
Answered By: Green-Monkey - 1/5/2009
You will have a hard time in the US! I am looking for a job myself and I am a natural born citizen. It is really bad right now. Good Luck.
Answered By: nett42965 - 1/6/2009
We have over one million recorded jobless people in the US, this isn't a good time for you to take food out of the mouths of US citizens who want to work... More
Answered By: NANCY J - 1/6/2009
wouldn't it be better to stay put, buy some ammo and work on new weapon technology and prepare the strategy for your next enemy.. got any idea whom u gonna attack next?? Afghanistani in the US.. like they gonna let you in.. they will burn ur passport at the border not give u job, more likely nowadays with the recession... More
Answered By: Ortat - 1/8/2009
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