Im twenty. I dont have a job and I am not going to school at the moment. But all my life I have wanted to move to the states and live some where warm. There is a lot of reasons as to why I want to move there. Im super small and have really bad joints so the heat would help ease the pain. Also I get really bad depression in the winter from lack of sun. I want dual citizenship because one day I will want to move back and just having options is good. I live in canada now but I have no idea how to go about even applying. If someone could please help me with the steps and what I need to do to even have a chance of making my dream come to I would be really greatful
I am Canadian and I will graduate from a Canadian university with a BSc in a few months.
In Canada, there are very few job opportunities and also, I don't like it here because it is so cold and depressing.
How hard is it for Canadians to find a job in the US? All the jobs that I've looked up so far require US citizenship which I don't have.
I don't necessarily want to become a US citizen. I just want a work VISA so I would be able to live and work in the US. What is the process like? How hard is it? How can I find a job that does not require US citizenship? Just some general info. Thanks in advance.
I am canadian and before even thinking of applying to an american job, i was wondering if any broadcast media related jobs will even get through for the TN visa as this job is not under the NAFTA occupations?
A small part of my job is taking minutes at meetings for some of our subsidiary companies and I need some help understanding what goes on in them. Specifically, something about financial statements (statutory and GAAP) and anything about investments (conventional and alternative) may be helpful. I'm looking for a really basic book or books, to increase my own understanding. Any ideas?
I have basically no understanding of business or financial statements. I need the most basic, beginner level information.
I think i am interested in this!
Let me know what the salary is, what you do in the office, and how many years of school you had to accomplish. Thanks!
Also i would like to know what internal and external information does the department needs and how they use the information.
I am offered job by say Unilever in Germany although Unilever has sites in UK as well. As a consequence I would sign contract with overseas German employer rather then with UK employer.
1) is this legal ? normally i would be on payroll of Unilever UK...
2) if this is legal do i need to pay all tax and NIC myself in UK (i will live here) via so called direct payment scheme? is this hard to start and do i need to fill in forms and pay monthly ?
how to start the coaching centre foir the preparation of Govt job like haryana police,delhi police,clerk, bank P.O. DTC,DSSB, STET teacher ebntrance ctc
i want to open academy in city in haryana,
so please give some guidance.
I know Canadians dont need VISA to enter US, but how about job ? Does it require H1B sponsorship to work in US?
if the job is something like software engineer or system administrator,
do I have to lottery for H1B with other foreign labors or I could have some quotes exclusive for canadans?
I am a Taiwanese Canadian, and I have both Taiwanese and Canadian citizenship. I recently graduated from a Canadian university with a M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering and I have a Bachelor's degree in Physical Sciences and Mathematics also from a Canadian university. I have been trying to get an entry level position in the related field, but so far I haven't been quite successful. Most companies here in Alberta, Canada are looking for people with experience. As a fresh new grad, this is something I don't have. However, I noticed that there are actually quite a bit of entry level positions available in the U.S. My friends and relatives have suggested that I apply for those positions in the US. But I have no idea if I am eligible to work in the US. I kinda feel that if I am a senior engineer with 10 years of experience, then maybe they will want me, but I am a fresh new grad with no industrial experience, will they allow me to go to the states and work?
My other option is go back to Taiwan. In fact, I have got 10~20 interview invitations, but the thing is if I do go to Taiwan and work there, I will have to fulfill my conscription duty first before I can start working. I don't mind going into the military and fulfill my duty, but this is not something I want to do at the current stage of my life. I would really want to start working and gaining some hands-on experience. I am already 27, I am quite old for someone who still hasn't had any industrial experience. So if I spend a year in the military, I will be almost 29 before I start looking for work.
Please advise, thanks!
I'm a canadian citizen and I want to work for an American hotshot company. I will be an owner operator with my wife will be working with me. I have looked at a lot of web sights and haven't found any answers. Please help.
I'm a Canadian and right now I'm doing an exchange in an American University, I'm an engineering student and I really like it here so I decided to assist the career fair just for the heck of it. I talked to a few companies and several were interested in me and said that if they have an opening in what I do I should try applying when I'm about to graduate in Canada.
Lets say I apply and they are interested in hiring me, what would be the procedure to get the paperwork to work in the US?
And how hard is it and how long does it take?
Also, is a computer programmer the same thing as a software engineer? I am interested in going back to school for a second B.S. in Computer Science and would like to know more about it. How much do entry level jobs compensate in your experience with a B.S. in Comp.Sci? I know, thats a lot of questions but I really appreciate any feedback as I try to navigate my future.
I have heard that the Rich/Wealthy use tax loopholes/offshore bank accounts they have the Lawyers and the Lobbyists my question is how does work do they just move their profits offshore or do they lobby do they have to move their profits to a nation/country where there are low taxes or no taxes or does this even matter ? My question is do they have to move their profits to a nation/country where there are low taxes or no taxes or does this even matter ?
Alright under the list of professions Computer Systems Analyst is in that list, does that include most I.T jobs, or.. does it HAVE to be a job with that title...? Also i have Experience and a High school Education do you have to present documents (ie High School Diploma) to obtain the visa?
I am a INFP interested in the accounting field. My assumption was that accountants work mainly by themselves so why are people telling me that they need to be outgoing and competitive? Is it not a desk job? Can't you get promoted just by doing vast amounts of good work?
Alright, im currently in highschool and i am canadian, it has ALWAYS been a dream of mine to live in the states and be a citizen there because i went on vacation there and the different climate/lifestyle and such just amazed me. i know its REALLY hard now a days to get a citizenship to U.S.A but i recently heard that if you have a certian job that they are in nee of they can easily just stamp you a green card and let you work and live in the states, for example nurses from canada are being offered more pay and everything just to work in america. ive wanted to be a nurse but i was just curious as to what other occupations could get you a green card to the states?
For personal reasons. We've looked into the immigration process, but what would be the easiest route to take?
I need to prepare a resume as an assignment and i cant seem to find a proper sample. Can i have a look at a original sample resume?? please..