Relocated Nurses, what do your hubbys/partners do??? - page 2

Hi There just thought i would ask a question about what our other halfs will be doing when they get out to the USA? or for you nurses already out there, what employment have your husbands/partners... Read More

  1. by   Celia M
    Been here 18 years, came because hubby was in the RAF and posted to California on a weapons trial. We liked it so much we stayed, he sold cars after getting out of the RAF and then went back to college here and got an Associates degree in Business, he has worked his way up in the chemical company that he works for and got his Bachelors in Business Administration and is now a "Senoir Capital Accountant"
  2. by   ukrn2ca
    Quote from RGN1
    My husband will be carrying on part of his UK business when we go. His parents are out on the L1 visa & they have employed a US citizen already. It's been a really slow start but is picking up now. They really need my other half over because he's the one who'll push things on better.

    Of course originally he had ideas that he was going to be a house husband & play golf every day

    We needed to make sure someone could be there for the children on the days I work so running his own business, as he does here, is the perfect thing. I guess we're really lucky on that count!
    Thats funny my hubby also thought he would be a house husband & play golf
  3. by   ukrn2ca
    All my hubby's relatives have their own business so he will probably work for one of them, but he would like to do what he does now if he could. He manages a local airfield & does air traffic but we think that to work in that type of job in the US since 9/11 you have to be a citizen.
    My daughter is a beauty therapist & after getting her CA licence to practice will work for her uncle, he has a beauty salon.
    Last edit by ukrn2ca on Sep 1, '06
  4. by   RGN1
    Quote from ukrn2ca
    All my hubby's relatives have their own business so he will probably work for one of them, but he would like to do what he does now if he could. He manages a local airfield & does air traffic but we think that to work in that type of job in the US since 9/11 you have to be a citizen.
    I'm still laughing about the golf/house husband thing! Maybe I'll start a new thread - "how long did your husband last as golfing house husband??"

    Hope things work out for him & you, at worst he could be a citizen after 5 years! Then he could apply.

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