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By john_michael_vicente ·
Is it possible for me to get a job in the U.S. even I dont have a job experience as an I.T. professional? Is there any companies who where willing to hire and train those people from other countries because I really want to work in U.S. Im currentlystudying about Systems Administration but I know it is not enough so Im thingking if theres any job in the States because I know that there are many challenges in the U.S. and Im willing to get it.If someone who can help me, I would greatly appreciate it.

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by Some Guy in Seattle In reply to Want to work in the U.S.

Typically, any nation will want to extend visas to people that they think will be the most beneficial for their own needs. The US has been granting lots of H1B visas for IT professionals, but usually these are people with lots of experience.

Mysuggestion is to contact the US embassy or consulate closest to you for more information as they can assess your skills in a more personal manner (but not that personal, remember they're a bureaucracy!). You don't mention where you're from so they are also the best to let you know of any special diplomatic conditions that may exist between your nation and the US.

My second suggestion is to contact your state department for the same kind of information as above.

Hope that helps,

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by Tocolote In reply to Want to work in the U.S.

Probably not. There's enough marginally qualified people here in the US that no one is going to pay to bring you here for basic training. The paperwork and bureaucracy is horrendous, so if you do not have a skill or training already no one will doit.

Your best bet is to contact a company (Nortel, Cisco, etc) and see if they have an internship program.

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