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Hi Guys,

Nenu UK citizen ni with 5yr old son, for a change US relocate avudam anukuntunam, pls advise if its really worth it.

UK citizens ki H1B priority untunda or is it equal to having an Indian passport.?

I'm a DevOps Engineer with 7 year experience earning 60k£($85,000), roughly 4000£(5500$)/Month vastai after taxes, ikkada schools and hospitals free, monthly expenses max 2500£(3500$). UK lo contract jobs ni restrict chesaru so, pedaga savings ni increase cheyalemu.

How much max can I earn with my experience and how much can we save after all the expenses including health insurance?

Which part of the US is best to have a decent life style with good schools and hospitals? Gun culture in US, is it really that dangerous?

I would seriously consider your advice, please give your valuable suggestions. Thanks

 

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29 minutes ago, ram9999 said:

I'm 35 bro and I can always come back when I feel to settle down, please give your inputs for my above questions. Thanks

Vachey bro for a change us ia a big country. 
 

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1 hour ago, ram9999 said:

Hi Guys,

Nenu UK citizen ni with 5yr old son, for a change US relocate avudam anukuntunam, pls advise if its really worth it.

UK citizens ki H1B priority untunda or is it equal to having an Indian passport.?

I'm a DevOps Engineer with 7 year experience earning 60k£($85,000), roughly 4000£(5500$)/Month vastai after taxes, ikkada schools and hospitals free, monthly expenses max 2500£(3500$). UK lo contract jobs ni restrict chesaru so, pedaga savings ni increase cheyalemu.

How much max can I earn with my experience and how much can we save after all the expenses including health insurance?

Which part of the US is best to have a decent life style with good schools and hospitals? Gun culture in US, is it really that dangerous?

I would seriously consider your advice, please give your valuable suggestions. Thanks

 

UK citizens ki kuda h1b kavala? I know Canada citizens has T1 visa and Australia citizens has e3 visa. 

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1 hour ago, Swatkat said:
2 hours ago, ram9999 said:

I'm 35 bro and I can always come back when I feel to settle down, please give your inputs for my above questions. Thanks

 

Vachedamane undi bro, but I need suggestion regarding H1b, Salary and Location pls.

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1 hour ago, galiraju said:

USA I think is better when comes to jobs and stuff, but no NHS here implies you are always bound to your employer...that is one important difference.

Could you please be more specific bro regarding salaries and how much you could save and location. Thanks

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1 hour ago, pahelwan1 said:

UK citizens ki kuda h1b kavala? I know Canada citizens has T1 visa and Australia citizens has e3 visa. 

H1 kavali bro UK citizens ki to work, visiting ki avasaram ledu, my doubt is UK ki emana priority untunda ani

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3 hours ago, ram9999 said:

Hi Guys,

Nenu UK citizen ni with 5yr old son, for a change US relocate avudam anukuntunam, pls advise if its really worth it.

UK citizens ki H1B priority untunda or is it equal to having an Indian passport.?

I'm a DevOps Engineer with 7 year experience earning 60k£($85,000), roughly 4000£(5500$)/Month vastai after taxes, ikkada schools and hospitals free, monthly expenses max 2500£(3500$). UK lo contract jobs ni restrict chesaru so, pedaga savings ni increase cheyalemu.

How much max can I earn with my experience and how much can we save after all the expenses including health insurance?

Which part of the US is best to have a decent life style with good schools and hospitals? Gun culture in US, is it really that dangerous?

I would seriously consider your advice, please give your valuable suggestions. Thanks

 

Me exactly same bro, but with much deep experience of around 15 years- 5 years in India and 10 years in the UK.

This is the question I am asking since ages and no correct answer from even the UK based solicitors. One answer I get from every immigration adviser is that being a Doctor in the UK (with UK based Medical Degree and experience with NHS) it will be a cake walk to settle in Aus/NZ/USA or any Middle Eastern Country.

When I asked this question about IT, nobody gives a sh!t, they say it wont make your life any better. But after following AFDB I found that even manual testers make 100,000$ in the US of A. Recently one contact, who was a manual tester later converted to .NET developer and he got a job paying $140,000 with trained experience on .NET.

Based on the above 2 scenarios, people like you or me (being a Senior Java/Scala/AWS/Python Dev) should get at least £150,000 in the UK but as you know thats impossible in the UK. Luckily I am still continuing Outside IR35 role with £500 per day because I am a key Dev in one of the public services company in the UK.

Please keep this thread alive, we will discuss more options.

I am based in Watford.

 

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48 minutes ago, ram9999 said:

H1 kavali bro UK citizens ki to work, visiting ki avasaram ledu, my doubt is UK ki emana priority untunda ani

What I also got to know is that you can still go to USA for a 90-day Visa free tour and contact all the guys who can sponsor Business Visa, not sure if that Visa will lead to Permanent settlement in the USA.

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