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Guide to moving to the USA

So you're moving to the USA? Get everything you need in place before you arrive.

Migrating to the States but don’t know where to start? It’s understandable that you might be feeling a little overwhelmed, but this online hub can help lift a lot of that stress off your shoulders. Read on to get advice on where to look for jobs, which immigration visa will allow you to study, work and travel in the US, or the secrets of how to organize your finances and accommodation BEFORE you land.

Our guide will help walk you through everything you need to know to move to the United States. Because you should be excited when you hop on that plane — not stressed.

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Study in the USA

The States offers high-quality, world-renowned degree programs through many higher educational institutions. And what better place to learn English, than the largest English-speaking country in the world? So it’s little wonder we accept thousands of international students yearly. Find out how you can become one of them here.

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Work in the States

According to a finder.com survey, 45% of migrants find it difficult to secure work when they arrive – but this won’t necessarily be the case for you. From temporary to permanent work, and regional placements to business ownership, there’s a wealth of job opportunities for skilled foreigners in the United States. Here’s what you need to know to start a successful working life here.

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Opening a bank account

Some of the biggest stresses you may face when moving to the US is how to set up a bank account, obtain a credit card, and get a home loan. Guess what? It’s not as difficult as you might think.

And, in case you were wondering, yes: You can organize much of your financial needs online. Select one the links below to find out how.

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