My husband applied online for a uk job.they sent him a congratulations said they want him to start 2-26. he must pay work permit fees..it says it si from a international attorney.
Outside of the military, what civilian career, regardless of education level, requires that professional to do the most word wide travel?
I imagine that these would do a lot:
Oil drilling speculative consultants with Chemistry degrees.
Department of State Civil Service civilians working at Embassies.
International Law attorney maybe.
Doctor or surgeon doing volunteer work for disadvantaged countries.
Commercial Airline Pilot (not an option, but im mentioning it).
What am I missing?
In the job market? working abroad?
I've been thinking about what i want to do later in life and law seems like a good profession to get into. i am only 14 and i know i have time to make a decision but i want to decide now so that i can plan ahead for the life i'll lead. i'd like to know the pros and cons of being either a corporate or international lawyer. also, is there anything that i can do now to prepare me for law school? thanks in advance =]
please no stupid links, i want real advice. thanks.
I was thinking of majoring on Political Sciences or Public Relations then going to Law school.
Could anyone inform me of possible international careers for someone studying that area?
I'm already taking many foreign languages, if that helps. Thank you.
I was thinking of a cop, but it is a little too dangerous. ( I watch truTV too much)...So I was maybe thinkig of a crime scene investigator, forensic scientist, ot even a juvenile defense law attorney, is there any more options
I am currently doing my undergrad at a university in USA. I want to get an internship at some company or organization next summer. So what is the whole procedure for fulfilling this goal? Particularly, what do I need to do after I get a job offer? How do I apply for work permit or whatever that I need to work here in summer?
Lawyer ( Are there different types?)
Which one would be the easiest to get a job for?
What college courses are needed?
What are good colleges for the necesarry courses?
Which job is the best paying?
Also, are there any other jobs that include biology?
I am currently in college and don't know what I want to do in life. My current major is nursing but I am a nursing assistant and I know I do not want to become a nurse, despite the good job prospects. It is just not my thing. However, what are the prospects for someone with the above degrees? And what kind of jobs could I work with degrees in those fields?
Ok, but what about international studies?
And if i wont, what job should i get for international lawyers which will allow me to travel the world a lot?
I'm still a junior in college but I'm trying to plan out life. I want to study either political science (International Affairs), Criminal Justice, business, or marketing in college when I get in. I'm confident I'll at least get into Rutgers (Live in New Jersey) or Penn State. Do the fields I study in college matter or effect if I get into law school? I'm also planning on joining the military and Peace Corps for a short time after college, in order to give back. Will these two benefit me?
I am planning on applying for law school soon, and I think I want to go into immigration law. The problem is, I have an idea in my head of what an immigration attorney does all day, but that might not necessarily be the reality of the job. Are there any immigration attorneys who can tell me how they spend their day?
I know they offer Environmental law; however, I am not interested in that. I am more of a business or tax or international person, etc. Are any of these programs worth it at Pace? Do I have a future after finishing pace law school? Please give me any details you may have about Pace law school?
I am going to do my master's in business and international relations. Later on, work for a year or two. Nevertheless, I am still debating whether I should go to law school or not and would like to know the pros & cons of going to law school vs just being a paralegal.
I am currently an undergrad and my dream job would be to be an attorney for the United Nations. I was wondering if anyone knew the qualifications and also what I should major in. Currently I am an intended Social Welfare with plans (obviously) to go to Law School. Is that the right track?
I am currently living in California, US and would like to open a limited company in UK.
After researching on the internet I found different answers about how it will work with the tax if you own a company abroad.
I am currently working in California and will keep my job. My business in UK will not make any money in the first year but hopefully some money in the years after.
I am a US resident not a citizen and confused about the tax regulations. As far as I am aware of, I will have to do my normal yearly tax in US and need to declare my foreign income and taxes payed abroad. In UK, the company will pay the tax and also file a tax return every year.
Do I need to pay twice tax? In UK and US for the same company? How would you declare it on your US tax return?
Also, who is the best person to ask? A lawyer? Tax filer?
Any help would be much appreciated!
I am a Juris doctor student, but I am not really interested in living in the US. I would like to find a job that allows me to live in another country (South american country if possible). I would like to know if there is a US government job or in the private sector that would allow me to do that and how my studies could help me reach my goal. I am looking for a permanent stay and, if I decide have the opportunity to move to another country once I have found the job that I want.
I would like to consider investing in International Markets. What information can you provide?
What are the education needed to be an IPR Attorney in India, are there prospects for international jobs?
I am interested in knowing about the common job responsibilities of a comparative/international law grad.