Your GPA may be a hurdle especially if you did not show significant improvement in your graduate work. I am not sure how your graduate score translates into a US GPA. However, if it is above average then you should be in pretty good standing especially if your actual GMAT score is in the range of your practice tests.
It would help if you had more work experience but you can try to show that the experience you did have was meaningful. You should be able to show professional growth and describe any instances of teamwork, leadership, or innovation.
My bigger concern is the reason you are pursuing an MBA. Are you sure that it is your only route to work in the US? An MBA seems like a significant expenditure of time and money for training that you already have. If you do plan to pursue an MBA, be aware that many of the schools on your list will have regional rather than global connections. This may impact your decision depending upon your future plans.
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