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  • Coming From Australia

    Hi All
    I was hopin for some help..
    I am moving to the USA to live. And as an Australia with a visa and stuff, how do I go about Applying and gettin a position at Disneyland.

    Any information would be Very Helpful.



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    Re: Coming From Australia

    You can apply for jobs at the Disneyland Casting Centre, located at 700 West Ball Road in Anaheim.

    For Hourly Positions:

    For Salaried Positions:

    For Entertainment Roles:

    Whether or not you are eligible to actually work at Disneyland depends on your visa. If you're a Permanent Resident (Green Card), it's fine. However, Hourly Positions qualify as unskilled labour in the eyes of USCIS; it's really hard to justify getting a Work Visa if that's the job you intend to get. If you're in the US on a Student Visa (F-1), you're only allowed to work 12 hours/week; and there are very few roles at DL where you can get such a low number of hours.


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      Re: Coming From Australia

      Ditto ^^
      "Remember 'Old Yeller'? We shot the dog." - Roy E. Disney


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