[plug] {Somewhat Offtopic} Self Education, US Visa's and Linux - The E3 Visa

Onno Benschop onno at itmaze.com.au
Mon Dec 23 10:01:54 UTC 2013

I'm not familiar with the visa system by way of disclaimer.

>From when are you counting experience? First earning money, first being in
a business, first touching a computer?

I suspect you can find some more time among your past.

Also, if you held two jobs at one time...

Again, I'm not familiar with the visa requirements...

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On 23 Dec 2013 17:04, <nervlord at internode.on.net> wrote:

> Hi Guys
> Long time subscriber not very often poster, This is slightly off topic but
> as IT professionals some of you are probably, like me: self taught, no uni
> degree.
> Long story short: been offered a job in the US doing System Admin/Network
> Engineering for Linuxy/Ciscoy stuff., I  have ALMOST 12 years work
> experience, a tafe degree in programming and triple CCIE, but no uni
> degree! I am a bit worried about getting the E3 Visa, which requires
> apparently 12 years experience, I am so close (11 years 6 months) and with
> everything else including being published in computerworld and a few other
> bits and bobs remain somewhat hopeful.
> I guess i would feel even better if anyone could share any success
> stories: do you know or have you yourself ever gotten an E3 or H1B1 Visa
> from work experience alone (no uni degree) and if so how many years
> experience did you have or what else did you use?
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