You will probably need to find a potential employer who will be willing to sponsor you for a visa. It will be up to the employer to file the appropriate petition with the U.S. government, and to pay the filing fees. Most employers are unwilling to spend hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars on "red tape" just so they can hire a new employee. You will need good connections, and some luck.
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