• How can i immigrate to the USA from the UK?

    I live in the UK and i am going to study Law in the UK in university. I want to move to the USA when im qualified, how can i do this with my degree? Please help me!! I heard of the eb3 visa which is the greencard from a degree, but it said it takes a long time to go through.. so would i be able to apply for the... show more
    I live in the UK and i am going to study Law in the UK in university. I want to move to the USA when im qualified, how can i do this with my degree? Please help me!! I heard of the eb3 visa which is the greencard from a degree, but it said it takes a long time to go through.. so would i be able to apply for the eb3 visa whilst im studying for my degree so it passes some time whilst im waiting for my visa? Or have i got the completely wrong information? Someone please just help me on this!
    22 answers · 5 days ago
  • Mexicans immigrate to canadad?

    Best answer: living in USA but illegal
    Therefore not Welcome in Canada and most other countries.
    Which part of you are a Law Breaker do you not really understand.

    The Canadian PRIME MINISTER says that Mexicans can live in Canada. TRUE. If they qualify for and receive a Visa.

    http://www.cic.gc.ca/ctc-vac/getting-sta...
    Best answer: living in USA but illegal
    Therefore not Welcome in Canada and most other countries.
    Which part of you are a Law Breaker do you not really understand.

    The Canadian PRIME MINISTER says that Mexicans can live in Canada. TRUE. If they qualify for and receive a Visa.

    http://www.cic.gc.ca/ctc-vac/getting-sta...
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • How can i pay my tuition fees if i study in the USA?

    Best answer: A student visa is not an immigration visa, and time spent in the USA on a student visa does not count toward any requirements for Permanent Residence. It's the same for an American student in the UK. Universities in the USA set their own tuition and fees. State universities (which are partially funded by... show more
    Best answer: A student visa is not an immigration visa, and time spent in the USA on a student visa does not count toward any requirements for Permanent Residence. It's the same for an American student in the UK.

    Universities in the USA set their own tuition and fees. State universities (which are partially funded by taxes) typically charge higher fees for students who are not residents of the state, and that includes students who are US citizens from another state. Private universities usually do not do that, though there may be some extra costs for an international student applicant, such as taking the TOEFL exam.

    Regarding university in the USA, first decide what you want to study and do the research to find universities that look appropriate. There are many guides online - search "college in the USA" and "university in the USA". For example:

    http://www.educationusa.info/5_steps_to_...
    http://www.internationalstudent.com/scho...
    http://www.internationalstudent.com/stud...

    If there appear to be many, many choices then narrow the field by also deciding where in the USA you might want to go to school. You will also have choices among state (government) universities, private/non-sectarian universities, and sectarian universities, There are also very large universities (ex. 30,000 students) and very small colleges. There are advantages & disadvantages to the various sized institutions.

    Almost every university will have an office that helps international students with applying and with obtaining a student visa. Some examples where I live are:

    http://www.loyno.edu/cie/ (sectarian/Catholic)
    https://international.lsu.edu/IS/ (state government)
    http://global.tulane.edu/oiss/ (private/non-sectarian)
    http://oiss.uno.edu/ (state government)

    The office of international students will advise regarding admission requirements and costs.

    Don't bother applying to any university that does not have an office of international students.

    If you have several years before you start university you should get some advice about what type courses you perhaps should take in preparation for university. That would be most important if you want to pursue a science or technical degree. You can probably get the advice from any university's international student office - it doesn't have to be from the one you eventually select.

    Narrow your choices to 3 universities you would want to attend and apply for admission a year before you expect to start classes. Once you are "accepted" to the university you start the process of obtaining a student visa. Again, the university will help you with the visa application.

    http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/study-exchange/student.html#overview

    If possible, make an in-person visit to the university before you commit to it, especially if you are accepted to more than one and are not sure about where to go. Citizens of about 38 countries can visit the USA as a tourist without a visa: .

    https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/
    http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/visit/visa-waiver-program.html

    Good luck!
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • I am a u.s. citizen who for religious reasons no longer wants to have a social security number. If I lose my San how can I buy, sell & work?

    Best answer: Without an SS number you'll be living your life in the underground economy. Working for cash under the table (and risking a tax evasion charge), paying for everything with cash (hope you're able to live rent free with friends) and not driving, not voting, not fully participating in society, and perhaps most... show more
    Best answer: Without an SS number you'll be living your life in the underground economy. Working for cash under the table (and risking a tax evasion charge), paying for everything with cash (hope you're able to live rent free with friends) and not driving, not voting, not fully participating in society, and perhaps most disturbing...unable to tap into medicare or financial aid when you're old.
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • My husband has a conditional green card through marriage to me but he wants a divorce and plans an arranged marriage in his home country.?

    I love him and I don t want to get divorced. He wants children his family can communicate with. I.don t think he will change his mind. But, can he keep the Green Card and bring his new wife to USA?
    I love him and I don t want to get divorced. He wants children his family can communicate with. I.don t think he will change his mind. But, can he keep the Green Card and bring his new wife to USA?
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • How come when I talk trash about that orange immigrant Donald Trump people think I'm a liberal?

    Best answer: Wasn't aware Trump was an immigrant... But it's the same reason people think you're conservative if you talk smack about Democrats. I'm with you, both these corrupt parties are a tragedy for the country. This is the very reason George Washington tried so hard to keep political factions from developing. show more
    Best answer: Wasn't aware Trump was an immigrant... But it's the same reason people think you're conservative if you talk smack about Democrats. I'm with you, both these corrupt parties are a tragedy for the country. This is the very reason George Washington tried so hard to keep political factions from developing.
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • Should USA open it's borders for all the Africans as a sign of humanity?

    Best answer: Radical young liberals believe we should open our borders, period.
    Best answer: Radical young liberals believe we should open our borders, period.
    15 answers · 7 days ago
  • United States citizenship?

    Hello everyone. I'm trying to bring my girlfriend to live in America, she is Macedonia I am a united States citizen. I was told that if she is my fiance the process of documents would be simpler. I was wondering if this is true and does she still need to have documentation for approval that she is my fiance or... show more
    Hello everyone. I'm trying to bring my girlfriend to live in America, she is Macedonia I am a united States citizen. I was told that if she is my fiance the process of documents would be simpler. I was wondering if this is true and does she still need to have documentation for approval that she is my fiance or does it work only if she is my wife. Thank you :)
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Passport renwal?

    Best answer: The rules for applying for a child under 16 include some ways of getting around having the other parents' consent, including showing a court order of custody. https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/passports/under-16.html But if you're 16, you may not need your parents' consent at all. There are... show more
    Best answer: The rules for applying for a child under 16 include some ways of getting around having the other parents' consent, including showing a court order of custody. https://travel.state.gov/content/passpor...
    But if you're 16, you may not need your parents' consent at all. There are contact numbers on this webpage where you can call and ask. https://travel.state.gov/content/passpor...
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can i immigrate to the USA from the UK with a STEM degree?

    Me and my boyfriend are going to university in the UK to study accounting and psychology. We want to immigrate to the usa permanently after our degrees? Can someone give me advise? I have no idea about this!
    Me and my boyfriend are going to university in the UK to study accounting and psychology. We want to immigrate to the usa permanently after our degrees? Can someone give me advise? I have no idea about this!
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • Are there any groups of people who live in the u.s. legally without social security numbers? If so which groups are they?

    Best answer: Some religious organizations like the Amish. However, some of them do participate in the system. Those communities do so because they take care of their own elderly and disabled and they never rely on any federal or state programs for help. I have an Amish friend who always paid into social security. She is not... show more
    Best answer: Some religious organizations like the Amish. However, some of them do participate in the system. Those communities do so because they take care of their own elderly and disabled and they never rely on any federal or state programs for help.

    I have an Amish friend who always paid into social security. She is not retired and is on Medicare and Social Security. She is glad she did.
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can i move to the UK?

    My mother moved to England with an acestry visa. We moved to South africa a few years later. I wasn't born there though is there still any chance that i could go back?
    My mother moved to England with an acestry visa. We moved to South africa a few years later. I wasn't born there though is there still any chance that i could go back?
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • As dreamer protected under obama daca i laid off my job may i apply for food stamps ?

    Best answer: DACA recipients are not eligible for food stamps or other federal means-tested benefits.
    Best answer: DACA recipients are not eligible for food stamps or other federal means-tested benefits.
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is a new age upon us?

    Best answer: Read the book "Caliphate" by Tom Kratman to see how the growth of islam can end for Europe. The book can be downloaded free from the www.baen.com website. Click on Read Baen and then Free Library.
    Best answer: Read the book "Caliphate" by Tom Kratman to see how the growth of islam can end for Europe. The book can be downloaded free from the www.baen.com website. Click on Read Baen and then Free Library.
    7 answers · 5 days ago