Everyone is welcome to take our courses. The knowledge you would learn would still be very valuable for landing a position but you will have to apply for positions in your local country after completing the course. There may be companies in the US that hire for remote positions outside of the US but we are not affiliated with any and cannot direct you to any. You would have to research that on your own. Also, we do not know anything about work visas and permits so cannot give any advice pertaining to that.
Please read our general information on how our courses work.
There are several ways to find US companies that hire remote workers internationally:
Check job boards: Websites like Remote.co, We Work Remotely, and FlexJobs specialize in remote job listings, and you can filter your search by location to find companies that hire internationally.
LinkedIn: LinkedIn is a great tool for networking and job searching. You can search for companies that have international remote job opportunities and follow them for updates on new job postings.
Company websites: Check the websites of companies you're interested in to see if they have any job listings for international remote positions. Some companies may not advertise these positions on job boards.
Social media: Follow companies on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, as they may post about new job openings for remote international positions.
Networking: Reach out to your professional network and ask if they know of any companies that hire remote workers internationally. You may be able to get a referral or recommendation.
It's important to note that not all companies are open to hiring remote workers internationally, so be sure to do your research on the company's policies and requirements before applying.