1) Are you looking to stay in that type of work? 2) Do you have any college course work in a particular area?
3) Is there a specific part of the US that you are most interested in?
4) Are you in school now and interested in an exchange program w/host family?
5) Other work experience
1a,maybe although i have worked in customer services for 2 years
2a,never went to college
3a,I dont mind which part of the usa i stay in
4a,Am not at school we leave school when we are 16 that why most of the british public are aware of the outside world at a early age
5a,customer Service and thats about it
To be honest Chris Customer Service people are easy enough to find in the US and a lot would have a second language and or maybe some college.
School in America mean College for us over here so that's what Isadora meant by school.
The main ways to get into America legally are visa through
Diversity (lottery) Visa
Alternatives are a J1 (but you have to be in college)
H2B visa - check out www.allianceabrod.com
Other than that I don't know really
i sepak fluent spanish,french,german
That might help. Why don't you speak to an immigration lawyer to see where you stand!
No offense, but if you were my son I would smack you upside the head...
Sorry i shouldnt laugh but cupcake i think after reading this ive just wet myself
maybe cupcake has let the cat out the bag to why all american 16 to 23 years are so dumb,they probably get hit about the head all the time
Chris you need to let this go man. I'm telling you your attitude ain't the best. You won't be all that happy in the USA if you keep slagging off the people will you?
on a serious note i think the only thing you need chris is a life,discipline,manners and respect
not all americans are pompus are they though