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Having no desire to get hollow advice from all-knowing Russian fellas and seeking for advice from people who at least can read English I'd like to ask you a very serious question:

Not only I want to work abroad, I'd like to immigrate to any (preferably English speaking) country (except UK - something tells me I won't like their snobbery and rather unpleasant climate).

Since this question requires a lot of attention and information, I'm eager to share my background with you:

I'm a twenty seven years old guy who knows a bit of English (well, maybe a little more than a bit - since I can easily and properly read/write/talk in English), who doesn't have a degree/an accomplished "higher" education (Two years ago I left the university without diploma having studied there for full 4,5 years in an attempt of getting an education in Public Relations sphere - I still have a chance to graduate if that matters). For the last five years I've been working as an IT specialist - specifically as a system administrator.

Now, when you know the most relevant information about me, I'd be grateful if you told me what prospects await me: is everything closed for me, should I try to deal with this particular company (rospersonal) or try some other options like trying to apply for the work directly using foreign websites? Once again, let's make it clear - I don't just want to work/travel/do whatever else abroad then come back - I want to move there permanently and get a citizenship.

Thank you all,

a.

P.S. If you think that I can get professional advice from Russian speaking audience of this forum then I will repost this message in Russian.

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Hi man, if you are still in the place, where you have spent 4.5 y. in university, you might do definitely smart step and at last get your diploma.

Or alternatively you can apply for Australian 175 or Canadian immigration visas, they except the educational backgrounds like yours. Take your chance with a good agent, you will not succeed with your selfish abilities.

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Man, I've never had problems with selfishness, in most situations I'm as a shy as a five y.o. girl. ;-)

What really disturbs me, is that my education has nothing to do with my work and my interests, so, are you really saying that foreign employees don't care about your specific education they just need something that proves you can graduate? It's the case in Russia, where millions of people have a job which is not even remotely connected to their degree, but I hoped it's not the case for the rest of the world.

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It's the case in Russia, where millions of people have a job which is not even remotely connected to their degree, but I hoped it's not the case for the rest of the world.

The same, besides health or education sectors. Actually, the thing you should care at the moment is the strick DIAS requirements, and to pass them you have to be professionaly in the same field as your qualification is. What will happend to you in Australia - is a very different matter, and I tell you what: you have right to do whatever you want during first five years, but if you will not have received any incomes during that period - you visa will be terminated. 

Everything goes extremely smoothly when you are here.

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the strick DIAS requirements

Can you please explain what they are? I tried googling with no success.

you have right to do whatever you want during first five years

Sounds easy, but who or what will let me stay overseas for the first five years? So the question remains - how I am supposed to begin my initial relocation? Right now we are just spieling all about nothing ;-)

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No, my friend, I am not able to responsibility for migration advising, I am just telling you what my next door friends here do, they ex-Russians, and ex-clients of Rospersonal. Email your application to the agent on imm@rospersonal.ru, it is free. That's exactly what you need to do to begin your long way processing.

Have a good luck!

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