I'm from Scotland and just recently graduated from university with a degree in marketing. I'm going to Texas for just under 3 months next week and I studied in UT (Austin) for a year and loved it. How can I go about moving to Texas? When I'm there should I try and arrange interviews or look for a...
Your 2 best bets are: 1- meet, fall in love with and marry a beautiful Texan. That's not likely nor easy. 2- While in Texas, look for companies that have a presence in both the US and the UK and try and gain employment with them in the UK then try to transfer to Texas. That is also not likely nor easy.
That's about all I have for ya'.
Still, I hope you have an excellent visit! Good luck!
Without meeting the requirements for a work visa, you cannot move to Texas.
NB it's illegal to work or look for work on a tourist visa.
Your degree doesn't attract a work visa so you will not get one, so it doesn't matter that you intend to break the law and job hunt while on holiday, all you are doing is wasting your holiday as no employer could legally employ you or legally sponsor a work visa
I doubt there is a shortage of job seekers with a degree in marketing who are already legal to work in the US.
Your best bet would be to find the money for a graduate degree in the US like an MBA. Afterwards you can work for one year in the US. That gives you 3 years to find a girlfriend with a job and get married.
Lame ass move by #Trump, pardoning #Arpaio on Friday evening when a Cat 4 Hurricane is hitting #Texas. Very weak and gutless move.
I think I want to move to Waco, Texas just so I can buy a house and be on #Fixerupper #HGTV
#WhyImStillSingleIn4Words stuck in west Texas.
For now...hehe I move in the summer.
Is it too early to move on from the #lasvagasshooting and start paying for #Texas? B/c that's what we do right, no action just just pray...
@icsheatair Jamie wrote "It just causes Californian dumbasses to move to Texas and other states and pollute them wi…
(Taken from "Bruce Every Month," December, 1938, page 17. Published by
E. L. Bruce Company, Memphis, Tennessee.) Living monuments to a great
governor of Texas are two nut bearing trees, a pecan and an old
fashioned walnut. The last wish of Governor James S. Hogg was that "no
monument of stone or marble" be placed at his grave, but instead there
should be planted--"at my head a pecan tree and at my feet an old
fashioned walnut; and when these trees shall bear, let the pecans and
walnuts be given out among the plains people of Texas so that they may
plant them and make Texas a land of trees." His wish has been fulfilled
in its entirety, many trees from these two parent ones adorning the
lawns of schools and court houses throughout the State of Texas.
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release of known murderers will not discourage us, We are on the move now.