What are the Pros and cons for inmigrants living in the USA territory?

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    Dec 09, 2013 2:34 AM GMT
    Please leave your comments and tell experiences
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    Dec 09, 2013 4:45 AM GMT
    Marco_Polo saidId love to emigrate to USA, since the situation in Venezuela is so fucked up... please leave comments and advice. How do i start? What steps should i have to take in consideration to emigrate to that country that has too many restrictions over inmigration??


    first, you are not emigrating to the u.s., you would be emigrating from venezuela and immigrating to the u.s.

    next, one of the quickest ways to get here may be to seek out a rich american gay man or hetero female to 'fall in love with.' have them bring you here, get married, and get your green card. optional: dump them after your green card is received.

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    Dec 09, 2013 5:09 AM GMT
    apply for a valid Visa . . . or take the bus to Mexico and crawl through the nearest tunnel like the rest of them lol
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    Dec 09, 2013 11:17 AM GMT
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    Marco_Polo saidId love to emigrate to USA, since the situation in Venezuela is so fucked up... please leave comments and advice. How do i start? What steps should i have to take in consideration to emigrate to that country that has too many restrictions over inmigration??


    first, you are not emigrating to the u.s., you would be emigrating from venezuela and immigrating to the u.s.

    next, one of the quickest ways to get here may be to seek out a rich american gay man or hetero female to 'fall in love with.' have them bring you here, get married, and get your green card. optional: dump them after your green card is received.



    LOL hahaha I was half asleep when i wrote that, indeed i might say EMIGRATE from Venezuela
    Thanks for your advice btw haha
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    Dec 09, 2013 11:20 AM GMT
    somersault saidapply for a valid Visa . . . or take the bus to Mexico and crawl through the nearest tunnel like the rest of them lol


    The second choice would take too much work! ;)
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    Dec 09, 2013 1:00 PM GMT
    You are better off in Canada, better health care, cheaper education, better jobs, better salaries, better opportunities and far more protective towards immigrants I never understood people immigrating to the U.S, unless you have family there it makes no sense. The best countries to immigrate to are Canada and Australia.
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    Dec 09, 2013 1:09 PM GMT
    The people who apply legally are the pros.
    The people who sneak in should be the cons.
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    Dec 10, 2013 12:33 AM GMT
    charlitos saidYou are better off in Canada, better health care, cheaper education, better jobs, better salaries, better opportunities and far more protective towards immigrants I never understood people immigrating to the U.S, unless you have family there it makes no sense. The best countries to immigrate to are Canada and Australia.


    I totally agree with you bud
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    Dec 10, 2013 2:32 AM GMT
    This is a pretty open ended question. What sort of criteria are you looking for?
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    Dec 10, 2013 2:39 AM GMT
    ash7000 saidCanada is not a good country to move to... It's cold, and nowhere near as fun as the U.S.A(California,NewYotkCity,las Vegas).


    NYC isn't exactly warm
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    Dec 10, 2013 2:59 AM GMT
    Charlitos is right - You will have better prospects getting into Canada or Australia

    For the US, it is hard to get a resident visa. Easy to get a visitor's visa. One can get a student visa, if accepted at an american university. If you have an occupation that is in short supply, you can get a visa. If you can get hired by an american company that has HB visa slots, you can get one.

    Like someone said, legally marry an american, and you can get a resident visa.

    If on the off chance, you have a provable history of discrimination and abuse by the Chavez/Maduro regime, you could try for asylum - you have to ask for it when you first arrive in the US. If there is a lot of anti-gay discrimination in Venezuela, and you have suffered from it, it is possible that you might claim asylum in the US on that basis - possible, because it is not the law, and courts are still considering the issue.

    Whatever you do, don't try arriving by boat to Australia and claiming asylum - they will dump you on an isolated island, where you will rot for years. If you arrive by plane, you can stay for at least a while.

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    Dec 10, 2013 4:54 PM GMT
    ash7000 saidDon't go to Canada, America has way more hotter guys. I'm Latino like you so trust me.

    Which of those three hotties do you allege to be... and can we have more pictures please?
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    Dec 10, 2013 5:34 PM GMT
    Just come on a tourist visa and overstay your visa.
    Simple.
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    Dec 10, 2013 8:32 PM GMT
    Import saidJust come on a tourist visa and overstay your visa.
    Simple.

    Lots of people do that, but they'll never be able to get good employment, because they don't have a social security number. If you'd be satisfied washing dishes or cleaning hotel rooms for low wages for the rest of your life, that would do. BTW, all the proposed "immigration reform" laws will only apply to people who already have been in the US illegally for a long time - not to new comers.