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The recent discussion at the above mentioned thread makes me to put my case infront of fellow webmasters for advice.
After 4 years of working on my online business the income from it is more than 3 times than my day job income. This is the trend of last 7 months.
For the past couple of months I am thinking of resigning but there are certain constraints which are bothering me. These are:
1. I have 3 kids and a spouse.
2. I am operating from an Asian Country, but my business revolves around US/European companies. I find it very difficult some times to get into certain programs due to my nationality. For example, I am still without Paypal, as they do not operate here. On certain websites I cant use my Credit Cards, as they do not accept Credit Card Online Orders from the IP which belongs to my country, although I am there partner providing $$$$ business per year to them.
3. Political and Internal stability here is not that great, but improving vastly.
My worries are whatif I leave my day Job and the companies operating from US ceases business with me due to some adverse political development. Please keep in mind that previously such sanctions were imposed on my country.
It will be very difficult for me to get a decent Job again as there is high rate of unemployment here.
Do you guys advice to carry on with the Job and continue to work on my sites in whatever free time I get (which at this moment is ruining my personal life).
Looking for your valuable advices.
If that's not an option, then I think you have some very hard choices to make--of course, deciding to leave your homeland is a pretty tough choice, too.
Good luck :)
But for people from many many countries its almost impossible to move to a better country...Many asians can get a temporary work visa(6 years) to US only if they have a engineering degree and years of higtechnology experience or something like a medical degree or they should marry an american :)
You might have all the skills in the world & mr perfect but in the end there's certain unfortold element that might determine your success or your downfall... so a tip self confidence is notin much then the morning dew.. just some spare cents
Most of the Americans take it for granted moving to other countriesWhile I might be an American (actually I now have dual citizenship), I have since moved to "another contry" where I'm not even very good at the langauge; so I have some idea what is envolved. (I will admit that because of some factors, my new citizenship was almost automatic upon request.) Besides, the USA isn't the only good option; there are several good choices where English is spoken. While England, like the US, can be tough to get into, Canada is also nice, as with Australia. (I've heard mixed reviews about South Africa, though.) In Hong Kong, Japan, Tiawan, Singapore, India, and Shi Lanka one should be able to at least get by with English, as far as I know. I'm sure there are other good choices.
I don't know what you are selling but it might even be easier to ship it from the U.S. considering that is were a percentage of your business comes from.