The increasing number of US visa applications from Bangladesh indicates more people are interested in moving to the US for a better life. US immigration law changes frequently. Therefore getting yourself up to date is very important.
- Book Category: Immigration
- Book Type: Used
- Condition: moderate
- ISBN: 81-7021-1040-6
- Very easy to read approach
- Practical information
- Contains insightful information
There is something for everyone in America, its appeal is as varied as the country is vast. Now in its fifth edition, this book is packed with the latest information about immigration, employment, living conditions, and more. A complete guide to all those wanting to experience the excitement and variety of living and working in the states.
There are many things about living and working in the United States that people don’t tell you. Following are a few things to remember before migrating to the USA. Only a good guidebook can steer you away from many pitfalls and mistakes.
You will never have enough money
If you think you’ll make more money in another country than you do in the U.S., you’re wrong. It’s not just because there are fewer jobs available in other countries; it’s also because Americans earn more money than people in other countries.
The government doesn’t care what happens to you
You might think that the government cares about you, but it doesn’t. Sure, the government will help you when you need it, but it won’t take care of you. That’s up to you.
You won’t get rich
If you’re looking for a job with a high salary, you’ll probably be disappointed. Most jobs pay less than $50,000 per year. Even if you work hard, you won’t make much more than that.
You’ll probably end up broke
It’s true! Many Americans live paycheck to paycheck. They spend money on rent, utilities, food, transportation, and other necessities. Then there are taxes, insurance, and retirement savings. All these expenses add up quickly.
You’re going to work until you die.
If you’re not careful, you’ll end up spending more than half your life working. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American spends almost 40 years working. That means you’ll probably work for at least 20 years after you retire.