Ever since I joined expat online communities and had interviews, I’ve been receiving emails and messages on Facebook on how to apply as caregiver in Canada from the Philippines.
I’ve given answers, short ones when you compare it to the colossal topic of working overseas. As promised I’m setting free this post out in the wide, wild blogosphere.
What’s in it for you?
You made it here to this post for two reasons.
First: don’t tell me.
You missed a US visa interview in Canada. Sorry for the emphasis.
Are you done with the DWS-160 online application?
And did you book an appointment for US non-immigrant visa interview?
If so, then you are definitely in the right blog post.
Your sole goal at this moment is to get a US non-immigrant visa by passing the interview.
One of the advantages of living in Canada is the closeness of United States of America. Picture the world map and focus on North America.
Think of your dream destination in Uncle Sam’s territory. (Yes with imaginary pins of varying colors and meanings. Red for urgency—how about on your next birthday?)
Can you imagine yourself meeting Mickey Mouse (I know you still do) or seeing New York from the Statue of Liberty?
Don’t just imagine. Don’t fret.
If you are a temporary foreign worker or permanent resident you can apply for US non-immigrant visa from Canada.
You may call it serendipity.
But it is way better than Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack’s romantic movie in 2001.