Short answer: Yes, it's possible.
It really fundamentally depends on a few things:
1) Your reputation/ranking in your cohort/role - the stronger performer you are, the better your odds.
2) How long you've been at the company - the longer your tenure, the better your odds
3) Who you know - don't forget that networking happens internally as well! The more connections you have in that office and the more "decision-maker" connections you have, the better your odds
4) The situation - unfortunately you can't control this. However, the more roles/opportunities that are physically open, the better your odds.
5) Logistics - The betterability to get a VISA, work through the legals, etc. the better your odds. Alas, you odds here in the current environment aren't great :/
One "Back Pocket" Consideration: Go for a temporary stint such as a rotation program, secondment, ambassador program etc. If you go over on a temporary role, it'll be much easier to more over. Once there, you can develop connections. As your time nears the end, you can ask (insist) that you stay permanently.