Well, you won't be able to marry in Australia just yet either, but people are fighting for that right too, just like in USA.I know it might sound odd. My country has so many problems right now... We had problems in the past and later we were fine but that's not the main reason why I wanna leave.
The Main reason is that I'm homosexual in an homophobic country. It's not that gays are killed here but I can't marry, Not everyone knows about it, I feel that If I say it at work I'll be fired. So, I am really thinking about leaving.
Where are you living now?
Australian Marriage Equality
Unfortunately, racism & homophobia still exist in a lot of countries, and you will run into places in Australia where people will discriminate. If comparing the US and AU, then i would say they are pretty equal in terms of this.Australia is a Perfect country: Good economy, security... However, I am a really bit scared to suffer from discrimination maybe not because of my sexuality but because I'm Dark Skinned. Not black, not white but dark skinned.
Well, remember once you get your qualification you will need at least 12 months work experience, if you wish to apply for the 175 permanent residency visa. Your other option would be to go for Employer Sponsorship (457).I speak English, Spanish and Italian. I am gonna study my MBA at Florida International University. I'm Economist and my speciality is Financial Risk and Financial products. I think I might have the qualifications but I'm seeking for advice.