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Hallo all,

I have been in the US since October last year and I have applied for over 100 Project Manager jobs in GA but no success, despite having 10 years+ experience, and a PMP. I worked in the USA in 2000 to 2001 but this does not seem to count anymore. I am seriously considering jobs in other states and my wife is supportive of this. I plan to be away week days and back on weekends or whenever possible. The question is: What effect will this have on removing conditions in 2 year's time? I am told getting a first job will solve the lack-of-immediate-USA experience problem, so I'd like to take a contract job in another state (anywhere in US really....) and then start looking for GA-based jobs in a year's time, closer to ROC. Any advice from anyone who has gone through this or has information on this issue? Relocating is not an option at this stage.

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