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    Can I live in another country? (From USA)

    I have a bachelors degree and want to live a overseas. Would I need a work visa? How hard are those to get? Do all countries require a work visa?
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    Originally Posted by 69Lbs View Post
    I have a bachelors degree and want to live a overseas. Would I need a work visa? How hard are those to get? Do all countries require a work visa?
    Yes, you will probably need a work visa. If you have a good degree and in a sector where workers are needed, you can proably move to europe for example. If you have a bachelor degree in gender studies it will be difficult
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    Lol, OP - Every single other country on earth has strong immigration policies that it enforces. By living in America and seeing some of the lax ways that immigration has been handled for the past 40 years, we kind of lose sight of this.

    To work in another country you'd need to get a work/residence visa, typically with your company sponsoring you. Alternatively you could find a job that lets you work remotely, set an address in the USA as your official addy (like your parents address), but live abroad and work under the radar. To be fair, if you're American this can be relatively easy. I've visited Colombia a few times, and there's plenty of Americans there that start their own business or do something like coding on the down-low.
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    Originally Posted by LurkoLantern View Post
    Lol, OP - Every single other country on earth has strong immigration policies that it enforces. By living in America and seeing some of the lax ways that immigration has been handled for the past 40 years, we kind of lose sight of this.
    I read somewhere that some countries send back deportees back in boxed crates.

    Also is it possible for OP to just marry someone in another country and become a citizen that way?
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    You have a computer and and an internet connection - you have access to information.

    You have a bachelor's degree - you, presumably, have developed the skills necessary to identify a problem and elucidate possible solutions through research.

    We're all gonna make it brah, but; are you?

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    The US has good relationships with many foreign countries and your options don't necessarily have to be limited to those where English is the native language. In Germany, for example, you may go as far as accepting an offer of employment before needing to apply for a visa. Germany also offers a stipend for immigrants enrolled in German language programs.
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