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02-02-2013, 12:18 PM
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Have you considered law school? I had a few Canadian friends who went that route after undergrad and they all got work visas easily after graduating. It's expensive, but it might be your best shot unless you find some sort of job. You might also consider looking into jobs in the Southeast and hoping you get lucky.

Originally Posted by Josh Deitell View Post
If you really want to move without ties, as a Canadian you also have some leeway with commonwealth countries. UK, Australia, New Zealand, India, etc. They would be much more welcoming.
New Zealand would be, but the others won't. It's virtually impossible to move to the UK without a British spouse due to EU laws and Australia has some very restrictive immigration laws. Commonwealth citizenship doesn't count for much anymore, though it would if you were moving to the Caribbean

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