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Nice. Ok: My girlfriend wants to move here from Costa Rica.

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Nice. Ok: My girlfriend wants to move here from Costa Rica.
How hard will it be for her to find a job in America?
She is 18 almost 19 and pretty poor of course. I am 25 and fairly wealthy for my age.
How easy will it be for her to continue her education in America?
Which type of work Visa should she apply for?
If she finds a job like at Walmart for 15,000$ per do you think that compares to her staying in Costa Rica and earning a programming degree as far as salaries she can get with that job in her own country?
I know its alot...thanks...I just dont want to put her through a big mess. Its a big move for her.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Immigration Law
Expert:  Ely replied 1 year ago.

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What is her educational background? Does she have a university degree? If so, what kind? Certifications, etc?

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