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Q: Working in USA ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Working in USA
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: oceans_infinity-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 18 Nov 2006 10:23 PST
Expires: 03 Dec 2006 01:46 PST
Question ID: 783797
Hi I am 27 years old from India. I have done Graduation in commerce
From Delhi university and Post graduation in business
Management (Finance) through distance learning. I am working for past 4
Years in a BPO company. I am working in health insurance based
Process which is a web process.
I want to work in USA not because I don?t love my country or some
Fascination about USA but it is something personal due to which I have
To work there.

But as you can see I am not too qualified also I have checked out job
Sites for abroad and basically they are looking for software
Professionals from India, which I am not. I must except though I have
Done course in management (Finance) I do not have any experience in
This field.

Please advise how I can find job in USA as it is very important for
Me? Please explain all procedures and steps what I have to for this?

Also it may not be USA but it can be any Open minded modern country
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Working in USA
From: triumfdoogooder-ga on 18 Nov 2006 17:29 PST
Have you tried applying to a school, perhaps, for post-graduate
studies?  Alternatively, you may seek employment with one of U.S.
companies outsourced in India and later request a transfer to their
U.S. offices/branches.  Goodlock.
Subject: Re: Working in USA
From: smar-ga on 21 Nov 2006 00:51 PST
Your Aim : work in USA or other
Professional: BPO

Advice: There are many foreign companies established in INDIA, they
have branches in USA and INDIA. if you join in such organization, and
improve your talent they they will send you to foreign country.
But, if you try to go on your own risk, It will cost more and in VISA
Stamping may be risk.

Companies :There are many foreign  companies in India.

All the best


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