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Hi to everyone, hope you are doing well.

I could reach you because was doing my researches regarding immigrant skilled worker around the world, once I was born in Brazil and, hehe, I am not actually intended to get marriage for stuff facilities. biggrin.gif

My sister got married in Los Angeles 2 years ago and I want to live closer to her.

I am IT Specialist with 11 years of experience at IBM and Hewlett-Packard, with undergraduate diplom in brazil and 13 IT Certifications. My site is Igor IT Specialist | Support, Services & Programming. .

I already have B1, B2 and F1 visas.

What about H1B, Igor? Have you read about it? I have struggling looking for a job that is able to sponsor, but once not present in US it comes to be more complex to get one. Otherwise, the headhunters sends me job offers according to my profile daily. I have been using Monster Jobs - Job Search, Career Advice & Hiring Resources | Monster.com to that.

And what about Eb-3? I have been reading this one too Employment-Based Immigration: Third Preference EB-3 | USCIS

I have heard a lot about incorporate a company in Delaware, and afterwards to fill I-140 form petition to get work permit in US. Well, I am not sure if it is possible though. confused.gif

smile.gif I wonder if I am able to apply to an specific visa that allows me to work and live legally in US? I can arrange my documents of references's experience and education to accomplish that.

What actually would you recommend to me? What is the "easiest way for a profile like me"? There are many visas and it has been 2 years of researches.

Best regards fingerscrossed.gif

Igor

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I dunno, since you did your own research for 2 years, it seems like you're asking us to recreate a Venn Diagram that goes against the one you've already drawn.

You could attempt what many Indians have done for the past 15 years -

ie - become a citizen of Canada, then come to USA on a TN-1 visa. Not an easy slog, to get to that end-point.

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IBM and HP are great companies, an L visa comes to mind since obviously they have US offices

good luck


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Agree IBM and HP move people around a lot.


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I dunno, since you did your own research for 2 years, it seems like you're asking us to recreate a Venn Diagram that goes against the one you've already drawn.

You could attempt what many Indians have done for the past 15 years -

ie - become a citizen of Canada, then come to USA on a TN-1 visa. Not an easy slog, to get to that end-point.

That is interesting. I did not know this way.

In fact, to become skilled worker of Canada requires IELTS or TOEFL exam score, and it is one of my goal up to December this year. Then, this might not be before 2016

IBM and HP are great companies, an L visa comes to mind since obviously they have US offices

good luck

Yes, you are right! The only point that I have is... the company sponsor this business need. I should be working for a determinate area in order to apply to a job offer at intranet. I am looking to that already too. thank you

I dunno, since you did your own research for 2 years, it seems like you're asking us to recreate a Venn Diagram that goes against the one you've already drawn.

You could attempt what many Indians have done for the past 15 years -

ie - become a citizen of Canada, then come to USA on a TN-1 visa. Not an easy slog, to get to that end-point.

Darnell, it is about become a citizen of Canada. What would be the easiest way, to get marriage? sorry =/

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