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Old 07-27-2007, 05:56 AM
 
Location: London (UK)
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Hi everybody

I’m thinking about moving to US by the end of the year.
I lived in Peru’ for a while and I ‘ve spent the last 4 years in London (UK).
I would not mind having an experience somewhere in US for a couple of years, as long as I ‘ve not got commitment in Europe and I’m young (37 y.o.……yes I still consider myself young).


Which kind of problems (or troubles) will I encounter?

Is it easy to get a job for an Italian girl like me? I’ve been working as a PA for 16 years, but I know there are problems when it comes to Visas.
But above all, after all the Pros and Cons: is it worth coming to US and start a new life from scratch or I’d better off staying where I am????

Thanks guys for your help

SABY

Last edited by Saby; 07-27-2007 at 07:17 AM..
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