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want to work in US.

 
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Hi Friends,
I have Four years experience in J2EE.Now i am wokring in Hyderabad.My aim is to work in USA.But here the problem is how to attend the interviews from india.If anybody succeeded to got job from india, please help me also.
And Give me some valuble suggetions.Thanks in Advance.

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Sanda.
 
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hi,

Its really difficult to find a job in US from india. To work in US, you need to have an H1B visa. You can ask your current company to file a H1B. Or you can attend interview with some company who is ready to sponser H1B

All the best !!

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This topic probably belongs in the "Jobs Discussion" forum.
 
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Hi,
First of all thanks for your reply.But for my current company current there is no need of onsite employees.How i can ask the current employer to file H1B for me.

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Sandya.
 
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Hi,

I am also looking for onsite opportunity..you can subscribe for job groups. There are some consultancies which sponser H1B. subscribe to globaljobs@yahoogroups.com I am not sure whether they are genuine or not. Please do the check before proceeding.

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Ayub
 
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thank you.
 
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any other best procedures are there friends?
 
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Consider pursuing a MS/MBA degree from a reputable university in the USA if you are serious about a long term career there.
Or
Join another IT company in India that is known to send a lot of people onsite.

There really are very limited options as far as getting H1-B is concerned.
HTH,
Amit
 
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