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AzH

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#1 15 years ago

i want to live in America. the UK is fucked up with taxes n shit. i've looked around the net at rules on immigration, and i believe if i had a job to go to i would be eligible.

anybody wanna help me out?




fofo

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#2 15 years ago

not sure bout that one..sorry....try :google:




crazyknight

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#3 15 years ago

[color=red]I dont really know i always thought that you could just like come over here. Sorry wish i could help[/color]




fofo

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#4 15 years ago

actullay(wrong) i think you just need to come here....




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#5 15 years ago

all i can see are rules for students entering the US, maybe i'll look later when i feel a bit better :(

this is something that interests me too, when i leave home, so this is a nice excuse to find out a little more :)




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#6 15 years ago

umm yea..i live in da states and im pretty sure that you can just come here... :deal:




AzH

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#7 15 years ago

you can just come over, but you can only get a visitor permit. you need to then apply for a work permit. one thing i wouldn't want to do is any illegal alien crap. i am thinking that having a job to go to before coming across would strengthen any application for residency.

oh, i did google it. i know all about the application to come over, i just thought some others who live there, or who have may have done something like this may have some more useful information. google is great, but it don't beat personal experience.




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#8 15 years ago

Well, if you have a job waiting for you for when you get there, you could be far more eligable for citizenship. Are you finished with school? You could apply for a student visa, then apply for citizenship when your education is done, that normally makes you a higher priority....




AzH

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#9 15 years ago

i'm finished with school. i'm 26, which is why i don't want to leave it too long. i was thinking within the next four years.




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#10 15 years ago

Well, do you want to be an American citizen or just live in the USA?