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Question from a nonresident/alien

Asian guy here. Just passed the CPA exams here in my country, but plans to work somewhere else. US is definitely the best option, but I have to take the exams again because my CPA certification is not recognized there. And I only have a non-working visa. So in addition to passing the exams, I have to get an immigrant/working visa as well.

Will passing the US CPA exams help me get one and increase my chances of landing a job? I have other means to resort to but they are the last ones I want use. Seems like for now, passing the exams is the most viable option for me.

(Sorry if this is like asked a million times but I have to know my chances because now, getting an immigrant is remotely possible for me. I want to know it will make my chances move from remotely possible to even just possible. I don't want my efforts to be in vain of course. This is no easy matter. )

I'm not sure if this is the right category for this, sorry if it's not.