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  • Coming to America: 5 Tips for International Actors Moving to L.A.

    You live outside the U.S.—in Rome, Sydney, Hong Kong, or Berlin—and you are an actor. It’s not just that you dream of red carpets and mansions in the Hollywood Hills. No, you hear the calling; that voice inside that demands that you find human connection by exploring and expressing your unique emotional experience. You crave that connection and will do anything you can to get it. You’ll even consider moving to Los Angeles, where the art and business of acting fork like two mighty rivers, and where some of the most talented actors on the planet compete on the big stage. 
    But while the calling compels you to follow, the reality of moving thousands of miles away is enough to wake you from your Hollywood dreams. Moving to L.A. from another country is a logistical nightmare, requiring large sums of start-up money, an often rare nod from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and gallons of blood, sweat, and tears. And that’s just to get to LA. It’s a whole new set of challenges once you get here. But as daunting as it seems, it can be done. It takes a lot of patience and hard work. But the opportunity to act in Los Angeles is within your grasp. Here are five tips that will help

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