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Finding a job in USA as a programmer


Stefany93
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Howdy Colleagues,

 

I was wondering whether you know ways/websites/channels/magic owls to how to help find a job in USA as a programmer as in for relocating there while the company pays for the Visa and the travel expenses?

 

My land-lord's son found a job as a programmer in Texas and the company was generous and kind enough to pay his travelling expenses, as well for his wife and kid. 

 

I have an account in Monster & Indeed and I send CVs very often, but no luck so far.

 

And I want to go there to work and live, not like some people to rely on welfare, I have worked my whole life. 

 

Thank you!

 

BR,

Stefany

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Never mind... found it through your signature... So Bulgaria...

 

Since Bulgaria a European country I think it is possible to get some EU grand for studying abroad... A "way in" to the US could then be to take ½-1 year there studying some programming course. Then afterwards US companies might look at you differently now that you have already been there and done some studies. 

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Never mind... found it through your signature... So Bulgaria...

 

Since Bulgaria a European country I think it is possible to get some EU grand for studying abroad... A "way in" to the US could then be to take ½-1 year there studying some programming course. Then afterwards US companies might look at you differently now that you have already been there and done some studies. 

 

Thank you, but I want to work, not to study. 

 

@glassfish, it's not funny!

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I've seen piles of jobs over the years that don't require relocation and work from home anywhere in the world, try for one of those.

 

Maybe there would be an opening for a relocation one day.

 

http://www.glassdoor.com/Job/php-developers-work-from-home-jobs-SRCH_KO0,29.htm

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