Stella Ding


If not a US H1-B, how about one in Canada, Australia or the UK?

The US immigration system is frustrating! After all the tax and tuition and a great job offer, you can still get kicked out of the country without a winning lottery in the H1-B process.

Yes, we can have our fingers crossed for Donald Trump. But I will say, it is better if we hold our own future in hand.

Here is a little bit about me…

By now, I am sure you should be convinced that moving to another English-speaking immigration country is really a legitimate alternative if you do not get the H1-B (or if you up to an adventure).

It can take a lot of work, but it will be worth it.

In the end, remember to give it a clap if you find this article helpful. It will allow people to see it and use this resource.

Best of luck!


  1. US immigration visa category distribution yearly report
  2. International migrant population 1950–2015
  3. United Kingdom immigration visa distribution, 2016
  4. Canadian immigration visa distribution, 2016
  5. Australia immigration visa distribution
  6. Liveability ranking and overview January 2008
  7. Average vacation days by country
  8. Average monthly disposable salary by country/Averge rent for inside city center one bedroom
  9. Cost of living index by country
  10. United States work visa qualifications and waiting time
  11. United Kingdom work visa qualifications and waiting time
  12. Canada work visa qualifications and waiting time
  13. Australia work visa qualifications and waiting time

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