I am planning a trip to move to Italy and instead of getting a work visa and going through all that trouble, I wanted to research if there were any American companies that sponsor Americans that work abroad. I have often heard of people talking about companies that "pay for you to work abroad, and so one does not need a work visa." Even if anybody has any tips can that would go a long way. Thanks!!
American companies that sponsor Americans working in Italy
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