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Answered 2 years ago

Ken Simmons

Ken Simmons

Congratulations on you successes in your career and your ability to help others through your teaching.

A good place to start regarding coming to the US is to talk to others who have already made that transition. I would assume that graduates of the management institutes at which you teach have made that transition. The head of Alumni Relations, or the person who tracks graduates, would be a good person to talk to and to help make arrangements to talk to those who have made the move to the US. Also, if you were to contact professional associations in India relating to your professional interests, they also might be able to put you in contact with members of their organizations who have make the move. Such networking is the most effective means of such action.

Here are some tips on how to set up an interview to get needed information

Here is an organization in Cleveland, Ohio, which helps integrate people from other countries into the Cleveland area

You could possibly locate such organizations in other communities in the US by contacting the Chamber of Commerce in communities in which you have an interest.

Also, here is the site relating to Indian Culture in Cleveland, again, you might be able to locate such organizations in other communities

Let me know if this helps. I would be interested in knowing how I can help further, if needed.

Answered 3 years ago

Ken Simmons