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Guest Post : Pursuing the American dream

If you are one of the many across the globe wishing to have a chance to live and work in the United States of America, be prepared to encounter fierce competition as the renowned Green Card is distributed on a quota basis.

Follow these tips to increase your chances of winning this hot ticket to success.

Professional supply

The American Dream company is is the only agency accredited by the U.S. Government to act as an information centre for those planning to take the big step. Following their link on is a great first step ahead to getting all the information required for application. Although contacting an agency in order to apply for visa is not mandatory, it is estimated that 40% of all the applications that are sent to the Green Card immigration offices are rejected based on minor mistakes in submitted paper work.
With such high odds for rejection based on mistakes alone, one can greatly benefit by receiving help from professional and qualified agencies and also avoid accidental incidents like this.

Why consider America?

Now that you know what is required to live and work in the USA, below are some good reasons why you should consider The United States for your professional career. As discussed in a similar article, there can be many reasons for moving abroad, but America is unique, and here is why.

  • Its relatively young history attracted over the past a mix of cultures brought by immigration. What is truly amazing its diversity of people and cuisines found in the bigger metropolises such as New York and Los Angeles.
  • The landscapes that are often admired by and brought to us via the popular culture have attracted millions of tourists across the world, making the US one of the world’s biggest hotspots in tourism.
  • Its powerful economic and political stance have often dictated the course of action in today’s modern financial world. Internationally, nations usually take a look at America before making a final decision.
  • Despite the media turmoil, its unemployment rate is one of the lowest in the world despite the recent financial melt-down, and workers’ wages are amongst the highest in the world.

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