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Have my company transfer me - Easier said than done I'm told by my
nbsp; manager, though it's still ongoing.

I'm a British Citizen who is looking to move to the USA to be with my long time girlfriend.

2.Move over on a marriage visa - something we've talked about a lot, but I'd rather get over there off my own back.
nbsp;
nbsp;What I'm asking is for any experience on this kind of thing.

Of course, trying to find a job elsewhere may help, if only to drive home
the point to your boss that you are serious about planning to move to the
US. Have my company transfer me - Easier said than done I'm told by my manager, though it's still ongoing. Obviously,
keeping you in Britain is not an option, so in order to keep you they'd
have to transfer you.Is IT Project Management considered a skill visas will be given for?

Thanks in advance
If youre serious about marrying your girlfriend and living with her, then why don't you just apply for the fiance visa?

If you move to the US on a work visa, you could be removed from the country if you are made redundant, hardly a secure base to set your relationship and life on. Apply elsewhere for a company who are willing to sponsor me on the
nbsp; H1B visa scheme. Apply elsewhere for a company who are willing to sponsor me on the H1B visa scheme.
The transfer to the US would be a good plan. I'm considered (apparently) a High Flyer within the company and so certain rules may be bent.

What I'm asking is for any experience on this kind of thing.Which
nbsp;would be the easiest route to take?Which would be the quickest route
nbsp;to take? (I acknowledge the finding a job part in option 3 is slightly
nbsp;variable - especially in current times).This would give me anL visa?

3.Hi all,

Any guidence you can give to me here will be greatly appreciated. In terms of the time it takes, L visa and H visa are
roughly the same, the fiance visa would take slightly longer.
nbsp;
nbsp;I've got a masters degree from a UK uni and 2 years experience working
nbsp;as a Project Manager for a large US IT company (in the UK).
nbsp;
nbsp;The way i figure things at the moment, there are three options open to
nbsp;me.

On Sat, 15 Feb 2003 21:56:28 +0000, jaley wrote:nbsp;Hi all,
nbsp;
nbsp;Any guidence you can give to me here will be greatly appreciated.

The way i figure things at the moment, there are three options open to me.Which would be the easiest route to take?Which would be the quickest route to take? (I acknowledge the finding a job part in option 3 is slightly variable - especially in current times).
nbsp;
nbsp;1.

1. Since you are considered a
high flyer, they should have an interest in keeping you.Is IT Project Management
nbsp;considered a skill visas will be given for?
nbsp;
nbsp;Thanks in advance
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