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Hiring DBA from overseas


Hiring DBA from overseas

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Hello!

I'm a little bit curious about opportunity of moving to another country for DBAs.
As I know it is common practise to hire software developers overseas, but what about DBA?

I'm working in IT since 2003 (officially, in reality - since 2001) and about three years solely as a MS SQL and Oracle DBA (much more MS SQL than Oracle). Before this I had to work with all of IT-connected activities (networking, software, servers, databases, etc). This year I passed MS SQL 2008 DBA and Dev MCITP certifications and planning to achieve OCP (already passed 1Z0-051 SQL Fundamentals I) to end of year.

You can check my Linkedin profile for more information.

Is it possible for me to find employer that will hire me and will sponsor working permit?
What should I do for this?

Maybe I should find remote job for beginning?

Thanks in advance.
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