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 From:  harini, australia, Mar/25/07 submitted on: AskAgent
Subject:  how to prove ties with australia
Question:  i haven't acquired any property or any such finanacial ties to show my relationship with australian grounds for my E3 visa...can u suggest something please!!???

Rate = 2 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

Yann Kwok,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  If you don't have a physical asset (e.g. property), you can incorporate a business in Australia in which you are either the shareholder or director.

Alternatively, if you're legally married with an

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

 
David Stevenson,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  This is a difficult requirement to meet if you are young. However, the US consulate is understanding in this matter. What is important is that you show ties to Australia (Family, Education). If you ar

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Rate = 2 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

 
 From:  Anonymous, Unknown, Feb/23/07 submitted on: AskAgent
Subject:  Ties with parent country
Question:  Hi Susana

I got my Australian citizenship 10 months ago.I have been in Australia for 5 years. I am of Indian origin. I don't have any family in Australia. However my sister is migrating here soon.(her visa has been approved).I am her sponsor.I don't have any property neither do I have any investment. Under these circumstances, What is the best way to demonstrate that I will be returning to Australia? (I have a job offer from a US IT consultant in a speciality occupation and I also qualify the educational requirement). Susana I would be grateful if you could help me with my concern. Thanx. Radha, Australia

Rate = 3.5 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

Yann Kwok,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  Ideally, if you have property (principal place of residence or investment property), that would be enough to show ties to Australia.

Alternatively, you can an officer (director or secretary) in a

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

 
 From:  Maria C, Australia, Feb/12/07 submitted on: AskAgent
Subject:  Finding E-3 / H1-B employers
Question:  I am an Accountant from Perth that has been attempting to find an employer who will sponsor my visa for the last 2 years. I am finding this task extremely difficult as most employers are not willing to do the paperwork. Does anyone have any advice or suggestions as to how I can get in contact with a willing employer / sponsor?

I have been to the US once already and tried to find an employer - no luck. I am going back again in August in the hopes of finding a willing employer again. I have read the terms and conditions of both these visa's inside out and have asked the embassy for assistance but have not had any luck yet. Feedback would be much appreciated.

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

Kevin O'Hara,
Featured Member
  AskAgent
  The problem that you have may be a matter of timing and your background. Accountants in USA are really busy from January to the end of April as everyone is lodging their W2's and all the companies are

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Rate = 3 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

 
Yann Kwok,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  Most employers prefer to avoid sponsoring foreign employees, due to the high immigration lawyers costs (upwards of US$10K), uncertainty and time involved. Going to the US in-situ does not guarantee a

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Rate = 3 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

 
Susanna Bogue,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  Hi Maria,

Employers do not have to do the paperwork, you can hire an immigration attorney to handle all the paperwork for the employer!

Of course, that does not solve the problem of how to get

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

 
Jim Swisher,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  Maria:

Your question is not so much legal as it is practical. You must find an employer who finds value in the particular value you bring. As an example, if you understand Australian and U.S. tax l

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Rate = 2 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

 
Paul Hancock,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  You may want to consider three options, if you have not already done so:

1. Contact or look for open positions at the larger international tech and investment companies(intel, microsoft, Schwab, et

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Rate = 2 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

 
Dean Collins,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  Wow thats really surprising, from the Australian accountants I've met here in New York Australian accountants are really prized/respected.

Maybe you should be targetting international accountants t

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Rate = 1.5 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

 
David Read,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  hi maria- i offered to fill out the paperwork for potential employers and foot the lawyer bill (approx 2k usd). you will need to leard the process, but the idea here is to make the process as seamle

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Rate = 1.5 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

 
 From:  Abe Shoubaki, Miami, FL, Feb/08/07 submitted on: AskAgent
Subject:  E-3 visa to Green Card
Question:  Hi all,

Has any one or do you know of anyone who tried to change status from E-3 to Green Card (Employer Sponsored)? Was it successful or Denied? What about the Duel Intent issue? Thank you

Rate = 5 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

Kevin O'Hara,
Featured Member
  AskAgent
  I would think twice before you changed status from E-3 to Green Card. Do you really want to emigrate permanently to USA, or do you just want to get through customs easier? The E-3 visa allows you to c

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Rate = 4 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

 
 From:  Tjie Ming, Austin, Nov/14/06 submitted on: AskAgent
Subject:  Can you apply for Green Card with E3 visa
Question:  Dear Sir / Madam,

I am currently holding an E3 visa and I'm wondering if I can (or elligible) for applying the Green Card.

Thank you kindly.

Regards Tjie Ming

Rate = 5 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

Susanna Bogue,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  Yes if your employer is willing to sponsor you and show that there are no U.S. workers who are qualified or available to do your job. We help people with the labor certification process (PERM) all th

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Rate = 5 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

 
Jim Mayock,
Registered Member
  AskAgent
  There is no barrier to applying for a Green Card while in E-3 status. However, you should keep in mind that the E-3 is subject to the presumption of immigrant intent [Sec 214b]. This means that if y

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Rate = 4 (Rated by 1 Council Members)

 
Varun Vijay,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Not fully i guess u need to undergo few more formalities...for more info on this pls go to this ur: http://www.greencardapply.com and also have look at these facts...

The Green Card Application Pr

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Rate = 3.5 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

 

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