June, 2013 | Live Work Travel USA

Lindsay from Montreal, Canada

I had the pleasure to interview Lindsay from Canada about her journey through immigration as part of my Success Stories series. She shared a lot of valuable information not only in this interview, but also in her personal blog, that you will find at the end of this interview. Enjoy! How long have you been living in the United States? Lindsay: I’ve been in the US for a little over 2 years now!  ... read more

How to Immigrate to the USA Without a Green Card

One question that many readers ask me ever since I started this website is, how you can move to the U.S., if none of the most common ways to get a greencard is working out for you. While I’m not an attorney or immigration expert, I can still try to give you some ideas about alternative ways to immigrate or at least live in America temporary. First of all, before you take any action I encourage you... read more

Daily Tips, Facts & USA Information on Facebook

I’m a little tied up with a side project and my next blog post will be live soon with a little delay. I just want it to be good and not rushed. In the meantime I would like to invite you to visit my Facebook page. I come across a lot of interesting information for immigrants and I post on Facebook about once a day. There’s so much great advice, tips and facts about living, working and... read more

Make Money from Home with Affiliate Marketing

Willing to work but stuck at home is the fate that many immigrant spouses face every day. Some of them are having a hard time to land a job in the same profession, even if they’ve beem working in the same field for years back home. Depending on the job, American companies won’t hire you unless you’re retaking classes and get an American degree or license for it. But there are also ways... read more

The Cost of Living in New York – Some Things to Know Before You Move

This is a guest post by Ashley Clark from New York International. Moving to New York City is a big decision and, as with any international move, it should be done with much preparation and careful planning.  Most people are familiar with the basic costs of moving – transportation expenses, paying the moving company, new furniture and items for your new home, etc. But there are additional expenses to be... read more

Build an Outstanding Credit History from Scratch

You might have paid off credit in your country already, but once you move to America, this is all in the past. Banks will need you to start over and prove that you’re credit worthy by building a great credit history with an outstanding FICO score. This may take a little while and there are some pitfalls to be aware of during the process. So read on to learn about the science behind credit and the... read more

Denisse from Lima, Peru

How long have you been living in the United States? Denisse: I moved to the United States September 2002. So almost 11 years ago. Why did you decide to move to the United States? Denisse: My aunt moved here in 2000, and then my sister decided to come to UNCC and study here. So, when I decided to start my master, I decided to come where the family was already living. How did you get your... read more

Introducing Immigrant “Success Stories”

Introducing a brand new category on LiveWorkTravelUSA.com that will be all about people’s journeys to America, what they struggled with, the kind of visa they got and what tips they can give other immigrants. With “Success Stories” I am trying to get as many different nationalities from all over the world to share a little about themselves and how they got here. I hope you’ll learn... read more