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Teaching in USA

Discussion in 'Overseas trained teachers' started by kathrynrestall, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. kathrynrestall

    kathrynrestall New commenter

    Hi, I am an experienced teacher, working in Essex in the UK and I am seriously considering going and working in America, specifically in Boston. Can anyone explain to me how the Visa application works, and how successful are teachers usually in being able to obtain one? I have some debts, so is that likely to affect my ability to get a Visa? And how much does a Visa application cost?
    Any help or advice on this matter would be much appreciated.
  2. kathrynrestall

    kathrynrestall New commenter

    Thank you , I will have a read of that website!

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