On Wednesday June 14, 2017 The Australian Community held a private networking event at Bluestone Lane’s DUMBO location in New York to record a video of the Top 10 Questions asked of The Australian Community.
Some of the answers captured in the thirty minute video revealed a number of common mistakes (and incorrect assumptions) made by Australian expats living in New York and the broader US.
The Australian Community does not offer specific Legal, Tax or Immigration advice. The questions and information discussed in the video is based on an aggregation of Australian Expat experiences, and as such, your experience may differ.
Click to watch the full video below.
If you have a question that effects your Health, Finances or Liberty, The Australian Community strongly recommends that you seek professional guidance.
Below we have listed the questions with links to relevant content, as well as the option to Fast Forward to the question on the video.
The Questions are:
8: Can I use Airbnb to supplement income if I am on a non-immigrant visa? – FF to question.
7: Can you work for two employers on an E-3 visa? – FF to question.
4: How do I rent an apartment without a Credit History? – FF to question.
As mentioned on the video, our website and private social network collectively contains our knowledgebase of overcoming the challenges faced by Australian Expats.
You can connect with Advisors, Recruiters and Industry Professionals by joining our Private Social Network.
Read more about our upcoming book “Moving to the US for Aussies” and how you can contribute.
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