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My experience is limited to a move within Europe and here I found it helpful to go via an recruitment agency.
Being a non EU member working visas could be an issue you would need support on and here I can envision that an agency could help.
Alternatively a bigger company with a big HR group should be able to get the required information, if the company really wants you.
Often a working permit is a pre requisite in the job descriptions.
If you have experience in a particular high demand/low supply type of project work, then this should be quite feasible. Many times interviews will be done virtually over Skype or similar sessions. Depending on the country, their immigration & visa policies will be easier or harder for your prospective employer to deal with.
However, if you are more of a generalist, then this can be quite difficult as if you are targeting a "popular" country, chances are there is lots of competition internally as well as from other countries.
Either way, it will come down to having someone who can speak credibly about your work who can put a resume in the hands of a hiring manager...
It depends on what type of "work" you are looking for, Christopher. For example, you can probably come to Canada under the USMC, formerly NAFTA, agreement if you start you own business and come with a certain amount of money to invest.
Make sure to check immigration web sites for different countries and, even, provinces/states. They often offer special immigration paths for specific professions. I believe, for example, that Québec still offers express entry for some professionals.
Tip: When getting your work visa, make sure your passport has been renewed. The visa cannot be beyond your passport's expiry date.
Germany is changing their immigrant requisites next year. Even though, I speak fluent german, I'm thinking to try some different country.
Thanks for the advise.
Sadly, this kind of jobs are more usual in third world countries, just like Mexico is.
I do like this kind of projects, but sure I want to grow in other kind of projects related on the industry.
I do believe, the more specific your role, the more attractive you become to employers. Guess I must take this into account. Thanks for the insight.
I haven't thought about Canada before. I guess I'll be researching now on :)
Thanks for reply.
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