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    Hi.
    I'm currently 14 years old and starting my GCSEs. After I finish college(I would be about 17) I would like to move to New York and start a career in business. I was wondering if you have any advice on how to get a working visa at this age and if it would be a good idea to move at this age.
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    To be perfectly honest you dont and it isnt.
    They don't tend to give out work visas to people with no qualifications i'm afraid and at any rate its generally speaking much easier to get in through sponsorship or at least a WHV [or whatever the americans call theres - i.e. camp america type thing]
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    I've posted on your other thread you made with an answer but to add to that I do know that it's quite easy to get a year work visa for Canada with is renewable every year I believe. Canada makes a better stepping stone to the US than from the UK.
 
 
 
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