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That is an excellent question.

I have a good one too: what is your professional background?


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Start here; http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1275.html

Generally in order for a foreign worker to get a visa, there must be a US employer who certifies with the Dept of Labor that no US person can be found to do the job and the employer files for a work visa for a foreign person.

You cannot seek a work visa to come to the US to look for a job. It doesn't work that way because this means allowing foreign workers to come to the US to compete with US workers for jobs.

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I would start with the same question Bob asked, whats your prof? Not all prof qualify for the work visa.

If your prof qaulifies then you need an employer in US who is willing to file a petition for you. I would say its not that easy as it cost employer anywhere $5000+ to file for a petition.

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I'm a Teacher by Profession. English Major.

Unfortunately, you will probably not be able to find an US employer who can petition a work visa for you. There are too many unemployed English teachers in the US (including my US citizen girlfriend). There is no way the employer can certify with the Dept. of Labor that the employer could not find a qualified US resident who's a qualified English teacher. The employer must obtain the DOL certification before being allowed to seek a foreign worker. There is absolutely no way the employer can obtain the DOL certification for an English teacher.

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How can I get a working visa?

From Philippines it will be slim to none to USA

You have a much better chance going to Canada and working there

In Canada you can get working visas for all types of work, Nannys to Hotel Work and then even bring woman from Eastern Europe on Work Visa to work a Gentleman CLubs


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