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Thanks. How about the real estate company I partially own in the US? Or other options that I may have considering my particular case?
Work. Non resident employment. But I can enroll in school, as you say and apply for the OPT to get an EAD. Just want to know if there is another way.
I want to work as a teacher. But want to know all available options. See if my particulars can help me get the foot in the door. Perhaps a TN through my company could make me eligible for other work as well, and not make the employer sponsor my visa.
Elementary or High School. I am currently at University level in Mexico. My finances are good due to my companies, but I want to continue teaching. I would reside in Mexico. I am currently in the process of evaluating my transcripts to begin my teaching credential process in CA.
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