When you begin looking for work in America, remember that your experience and qualifications may not be enough for you to get a job. To work for Americans, you need to know how to think like an American.
When living and working in America, it’s important to communicate properly, which includes both writing and speaking. You may have a strong accent due to your native language; however, when coming to the U.S., it’s in your best interest to eliminate your accent as much as possible.
It’s exciting to get your first job in the United States! You will find that there are some key tasks to be done right away to have a smooth transition into your new workplace.
When moving to the United States, you may read and hear about personal branding. While this may be a new concept to you, it is one that is important in America.
USAFIS recently focused on 120 countries to find out about their Green Card Lottery winners. Of those countries, it was discovered that of 80 of them, 21% were winners of the Green Card Lottery.
When you first come to America, it’s likely that you won’t have the finances to buy a home, but most foreign nationals who move to the United States know that they want to eventually own a house of their own.
There are so many great places to live in the USA that immigrants sometimes find it challenging to decide where to settle down when they move to America.
When you move to America, the Land of Opportunity, remember that it will require a change in your mindset. Most people think that they only need to look for a job when they are laid-off or fired.
When moving to the United States as a foreign national, it can be hard to know where to live. Some immigrant families have assistance, but most must figure it out for themselves.
According to the US State Department, between fiscal years (FY) 2011 and 2015, the United States government issued a Green Card to an average of 486,099 foreign nationals each year through various US immigration programs.