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Posted by  Paul Malo on September 17, 2002 at 13:38:38:

In Reply to:  mr paul malo posted by ramia on September 17, 2002 at 12:56:47:

I suppose nothing is "impossible," but expect that it would be difficult to overcome the problem of distance. You probably would have to visit the US in order to meet a propsective employer, which is costly, while success in landing a job is uncertain. You would have to get a visa in order to work here, which is another complication. I have never had to do this, so don't know much about the process. Visit the US Consulate in a large city, if convenient (I don't know where you are). The people there can tell you about requirements for coming to work here.

 
 
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