as a southern european anon in love with the USA and their way of life with a decent inheritance on the way but no chances with american women (so the...

as a southern european anon in love with the USA and their way of life with a decent inheritance on the way but no chances with american women (so the green card by marriage is out of the question as I don't want to pay a stranger and risk getting in trouble with the law), what job should I get if I wanted the best chance at legally and permanently moving there in the (possibly not too remote) future?

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Start a business?

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Literally just download tinder plus and start chatting up American women until one of them bites, especially since med Europeans have a multiplier effect here. Regarding employment it’s very hard to get residence that way, but generally the way to do it is through nursing / healthcare related careers or something tech related that will sponsor your visa so they don’t have to pay as much in wages.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >especially since med Europeans have a multiplier effect here.
      is that true of every state/city or should I target some in particular?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's true in a lot of places but especially near major cities. Women that live in the country and want to remain there like the way America is. Which may be a catch 22 for you since you aren't interested in european lifestyles. American women see europeans as more sophisticated, healthier and more interesting. They assume you have expert knowledge about wine and know how to dance and stupid woman shit like that.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          > American women see europeans as more sophisticated, healthier and more interesting.
          No they don’t.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          > American women see europeans as more sophisticated, healthier and more interesting.
          No they don’t.

          Yeah I don’t know what that anons talking about, I am eastern euro American and let me tell you Americans are the least likely to impress by being foreign out of any country. They are very set in their ways and don’t like anything that is slightly uncomfortable unless it is vetted and streamlined. I am uncircumcised and women would genuinely give a look of disgust when looking at my dick and one refused to blow me. American women are psychotic dysgenic cows. If you are attractive then yeah you can score some easy bawds but this country is nightmare mode for women

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            >eastern euro
            That's your problem. Slavs aren't "european."

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >so the green card by marriage is out of the question as I don't want to pay a stranger and risk getting in trouble with the law

    This is how you know you're not gonna make it. If you think corruption in south europe is bad wait until you move to the states.

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Everybody talks about H1Bs and software engineering but you could work for a reasonably sized international engineering firm for a few years and they *might* sponsor you if you're well qualified / good at your job / likeable / well connected.

    It would have to be a job in a field where your credentials and experience still allows you to work in the US, which excludes a few professional fields. We're still talking about something that may or may not happen and will take years of your life just to get the opportunity and even then, working there on a visa is not a guaranteed path to a green card. I wouldn't go for a job hoping for this unless it also helped me with other goals and I had contingency plans.

    So I think what I'm trying to say is marrying into it is probably the fastest and most practical option available to you.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >sponsor you if you're well qualified / good at your job / likeable / well connected.
      H1-Bs in 2023 are a shitshow. My firm has sponsored for the visa lottery in the past three years and in that time, the odds of being selected have plummeted from 35% to 20%. I still don't have my H1-B.

      What's happened is more and more indians are applying (with a huge case of indians fraudulently putting in multiple applications, which lowers everyonee else's odds further) but neither Trump nor Biden cared enough to increase the H1-B visa pool.
      I don't have the exact numbers in mind but in 2019, there were something like 250,000 H1-B applications for 65,000 spots. In 2023, there's 700,000 applications for the same number of spots.

      I have a U.S. job, a U.S. university education, already live here, socially integrated, etc.... In spite of all that, after three attempts, I have to move back to my home country as my university visa is running out.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Just marry an indian woman m8.
        When I objectively considered the possibility of moving to the US, I was amazed that people from the EU or any half-developed country were willing to put up with that shit immigration system. I know multiple people from my country that refused PhDs in the US simply because it's practically impossible to become a permanent resident there, never mind a citizen, without getting royally fricked in the ass by the government for a decade and sometimes still getting fricking deported after building your life there.

        Only those looking for a quick money grab with California wages and those who fricked their way into the system end up staying.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        USA needs to start discriminating in immigration again, allowing educated whites in easily while having fixed quotas for east asians and a temporary ban on pajeets and somalis

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          checked
          also we both know that if the us started discriminating in immigration it would in the exact opposite way

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm not racist but I kinda agree.

          Although I'm really entertained that the UK voted brexit to curb immigration and now immigration accelerated, except it's all indians and blacks, LOL

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Apply to a PhD program

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >apply for permanent residence somehow
    >join the military
    >gain citizenship
    Simple as, many such cases

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Higher education, tech, or finance

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    It used to be green card holders could get citizenship for 3 years of military service, but apparently that’s been expanded to visa holders and can be given for 2 years.

  9. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >in love with the USA and their way of life
    Have you actually been here or just seen it on TV?

    >no chances with american women
    Why do you think that? The blackpill incel shit is kind of a meme, as a med European with money you'd have to be really fat, ugly and autistic to have absolutely no success

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Have you actually been here or just seen it on TV?
      been there half a dozen times which was really every time I could since I could decide this kind of stuff for myself, it's going to be my main holiday destination at least if I'm not able to immigrate

      >Why do you think that?
      I'm kinda awkward and quasi-autistic and balding, it's not impossible for me to date per se but it's hard enough that I wouldn't bet on it as a way in

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I'm kinda awkward and quasi-autistic and balding
        Same, I got it, I'm looking for an EU passport if you want to get bro married. Minimum amount of gay shit as possible, just enough for the paperwork to be legal

  10. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can get EB2 by beeing a truck driver

  11. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Go to the US on a travel visa
    >As soon as you arrive, find an immigration lawyer
    >Even if you don't win your case, it will take forever to deport you

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >sponsor you if you're well qualified / good at your job / likeable / well connected.
      H1-Bs in 2023 are a shitshow. My firm has sponsored for the visa lottery in the past three years and in that time, the odds of being selected have plummeted from 35% to 20%. I still don't have my H1-B.

      What's happened is more and more indians are applying (with a huge case of indians fraudulently putting in multiple applications, which lowers everyonee else's odds further) but neither Trump nor Biden cared enough to increase the H1-B visa pool.
      I don't have the exact numbers in mind but in 2019, there were something like 250,000 H1-B applications for 65,000 spots. In 2023, there's 700,000 applications for the same number of spots.

      I have a U.S. job, a U.S. university education, already live here, socially integrated, etc.... In spite of all that, after three attempts, I have to move back to my home country as my university visa is running out.

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