• Which developed countries are the easiest to migrate to?

    A friend is going to complete a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology. He wants to live and work in a developed country. Which country would be easy to migrate to and which visa should he apply for?
    A friend is going to complete a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology. He wants to live and work in a developed country. Which country would be easy to migrate to and which visa should he apply for?
    10 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Does a mother and daughter have to have a Visa card to live in China if thay are moving there from Smithville Texas and if we do what do we?

    have to do to get I'm only 15 and my mom is 51
    have to do to get I'm only 15 and my mom is 51
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Tips and Info for Moving to LA from England?

    Myself, my partner and two of our friends all want to move to LA from England for work & just living there in general, we thought 4 in a house/apartment would really help with living costs, I know a brief amount about work visas lasting 2-3 years etc. But if anyone has any helpful info? Like how long it takes... show more
    Myself, my partner and two of our friends all want to move to LA from England for work & just living there in general, we thought 4 in a house/apartment would really help with living costs, I know a brief amount about work visas lasting 2-3 years etc. But if anyone has any helpful info? Like how long it takes to get green cards, citizenship, cars, living costs etc. That d be great!
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Holiday/job?

    If I went to another country on holiday, could I apply for a working visa whilst there if I found a job ☆ Sent from iOS Dr. Know! 1.1.04
    If I went to another country on holiday, could I apply for a working visa whilst there if I found a job ☆ Sent from iOS Dr. Know! 1.1.04
    8 answers · 17 hours ago
  • What would be the best way for this person to get into America?

    A friend is going to complete a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology from a highly ranked university in New Delhi, India. He lived in America before, made many friends there and wishes to live there permanently. Keeping in mind all the changes to immigration laws recently, what would be the best way for... show more
    A friend is going to complete a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology from a highly ranked university in New Delhi, India. He lived in America before, made many friends there and wishes to live there permanently. Keeping in mind all the changes to immigration laws recently, what would be the best way for him to enter America? Should he go there on a student's visa to study a master's degree? He would prefer to work instead of study so is there some temporary work visa?
    8 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Can I go to the United States again as tourist if I overstayed 4 years?

    Okay so here is my story me and my family moved from Spain to the United States 4 years ago and at that time I was 14 I went to high school there and to learn English also I was always broke for the facts I couldn’t get a job lol and I didn’t want to use fake papers so yeah I stayed there 4 long years not so much... show more
    Okay so here is my story me and my family moved from Spain to the United States 4 years ago and at that time I was 14 I went to high school there and to learn English also I was always broke for the facts I couldn’t get a job lol and I didn’t want to use fake papers so yeah I stayed there 4 long years not so much but feels more than that , so yeah after high school I worked and I was getting money but my family decided it was time to leave they were tired of living like that I mean it was good but is just since trump became president we felt a little more nervous so we moved to London I am working and studying here but I really miss my friends and for this summer I would love to go but i really don’t know if I’m gonna be able for go to a vacation over there is my best friends graduation also his sisters quinceañera and I would love to be there because they’re always there for me , but yeah can you guys let me know if there is any chance I can go back and visit for 2 weeks I’m not planning to stay there I’m good here in London got my job my papers right and studying but I do want go back to us for some great time with old friends .
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do illegals have any rights in the United States?

    Best answer: The legal rights of undocumented immigrants are largely grounded in the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment (italics ours): "No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life,... show more
    Best answer: The legal rights of undocumented immigrants are largely grounded in the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment (italics ours):

    "No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."

    On multiple occasions, the Supreme Court has ruled that "any person" means non-citizens. Some of these SCOTUS decisions include:

    Wong Wing v. United States (1896): "These provisions are universal in their application to all persons within the territorial jurisdiction, without regard to any differences of race, of color, or nationality; and the equal protection of the laws is a pledge of the protection of equal laws."

    Almeida-Sanchez v. United States (1973): according to KQED, this decision "stated that non-citizens, regardless of legal status, are protected by the Constitution’s criminal charge-related amendments, including search and seizure, self-incrimination, freedom of expression and trial by jury."

    Plyler v. Doe (1982): The Supreme Court ruled that non-citizen children must get a free K-12 education.

    Zadvydas v. Davis* *(2001): SCOTUS ruled that "once an alien enters the country, the legal circumstance changes, for the due process clause applies to all persons within the United States."

    Boumediene v. Bush (2008): Regarding persons held in the U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the Supreme Court ruled that the right of "habeas corpus" to challenge illegal detentions extends even to non-citizens on foreign territory.

    While non-citizens enjoy most of the Constitutional rights of citizens, for those facing deportation, the law is different. "[the undocumented] are subject to immigration law, under which the executive branch has broad authority to determine whether it wants them in the country or not," Forbes wrote. “And until they've passed through immigration control, they aren't technically on U.S. soil.”

    Also, besides emergency care and k-12 education, undocumented immigrants do not have a right to most public subsidies, including Medicare, Medicaid, public housing and Social Security. Obamacare specifically prohibits providing federally-subsidized coverage to immigrants who are here illegally.
    28 answers · 5 days ago
  • Ilegals are steeling are jobs?

    and bnakrupting us thru well fair and stuff
    and bnakrupting us thru well fair and stuff
    31 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is Europe really the perfect Utopia they always seem to portray in social media?

    srsly I always see Europe getting compared hardcore to the US. like living in the uS is the absolute worse and Europe is the place where everything is perfect and angels sing.
    srsly I always see Europe getting compared hardcore to the US. like living in the uS is the absolute worse and Europe is the place where everything is perfect and angels sing.
    6 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Why do illegal immigrants' children get benefits and automatic citizenship to the USA?

    I don't think that their children should be considered citizens. They should all be sent back to their own country. And this is not racism- if I were to go to America and have a kid, I would certainly expect them to deport both of us back to my/our home country. So why does America let these people stay illegally?
    I don't think that their children should be considered citizens. They should all be sent back to their own country. And this is not racism- if I were to go to America and have a kid, I would certainly expect them to deport both of us back to my/our home country. So why does America let these people stay illegally?
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should America relaunch the Diversity Visa lottery program for White people only?
  • My Girl lives in the Phillipines. How can I get her to live in the United States?

    I don't plan on marrying her for a couple of years since we just started dating. I live in the U.S. and want to bring her here. What type of visa should I get her? I don't plan on marrying her for a few years. Links anything will help. I really want to be with her.
    I don't plan on marrying her for a couple of years since we just started dating. I live in the U.S. and want to bring her here. What type of visa should I get her? I don't plan on marrying her for a few years. Links anything will help. I really want to be with her.
    16 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is it easy to sponsor someone a visitor visa for the uk?

    i will be paying for everything. and they will be living in my house
    i will be paying for everything. and they will be living in my house
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it possible for me (an American woman) to move to Italy?

    I'm a pastry chef. I've been to Italy and all over Sicily. I've been picking up Italian pretty quickly, partially because of my mom (who spent her early childhood in Italy) and partially from learning Spanish from schoolmates while growing up in NYC. I have no criminal background, besides non-violent... show more
    I'm a pastry chef. I've been to Italy and all over Sicily. I've been picking up Italian pretty quickly, partially because of my mom (who spent her early childhood in Italy) and partially from learning Spanish from schoolmates while growing up in NYC. I have no criminal background, besides non-violent protests (relating to things like #BLM, #WomensMarch, #MarchForOurLives, etc). I have a good credit score. So...is it possible for me to get out of the U.S.A.? Is there a legal way to get a green card?
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Teo different names on visa application?

    I am polish and I live in the UK. I changed my name legaly years ago and it appears everywhere except my passport. I still have a polish passport and I need to use it for my visa. I am in university and going to the US as a exchange visitor. My university provided the DS-2019 form with my british name, I use that... show more
    I am polish and I live in the UK. I changed my name legaly years ago and it appears everywhere except my passport. I still have a polish passport and I need to use it for my visa. I am in university and going to the US as a exchange visitor. My university provided the DS-2019 form with my british name, I use that name for everything and its everywhere except my passport. I have a document aaying what my name was before and that it is changed and I have ID’s with two names. Will it be a problem? Or will my application will be fine when I go to my inverview?
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Does my passport need to be got 6 months before I leave?

    Best answer: The "six months" refers to how long before your passport > expires < and not how long you have had it. Your passport is valid for travel the day you receive it. ----------- Citizens of about 38 countries can travel to the USA for up to 90 days at a time as a tourist or for some business purposes... show more
    Best answer: The "six months" refers to how long before your passport > expires < and not how long you have had it. Your passport is valid for travel the day you receive it.

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    Citizens of about 38 countries can travel to the USA for up to 90 days at a time as a tourist or for some business purposes by registering for ESTA > before < their trip begins. The cost is US$14, which is similar to the fee for the Australian ETA program (though a bit more than the Canadian eTA program).

    https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/
    http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en... https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/non-immig... https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/visa-waiver-program/

    Registering is accomplished online, you don't need the details of your trip, and the response is usually immediate. The confirmation is valid for multiple trips to the USA over two (2) years so don't wait until the last minute. VERIFY the information you enter is correct. For example, human-error clicking Yes to the question about ever-before overstaying or otherwise violating the terms of a USA visa will cause your application to be denied. Correcting the error will be difficult and time consuming. You may even be forced to apply for a regular visa, which is expensive in addition to being time consuming and difficult.

    The online application has a question about arrests and convictions. It ONLY applies to major crimes and drug arrests/convictions as an adult (age 18 or older). Answer NO to the question unless your personal history includes an event which counts as a major crime committed as an adult or drug offense committed as an adult. UK Police Cautions are not issued for disqualifying crimes, so answer No if you received one. Exception: Get legal advice if you received a UK Police Caution for illegal drugs as an adult.

    Print the confirmation - or at least record the number - and keep the information with your passport. Having a return or onward ticket leaving North America is a requirement, so have a copy of your airline itinerary at passport control.

    Check with your health insurance to find out if it covers you in the USA and pays for medical evacuation to home (should that be necessary). If yes then take proof of coverage with you. If no or not sure then get trip medical insurance, which is cheap and sold by airlines & travel agents. The USA has wonderful medical care but it isn't free or even cheap. Please do not skimp on this as an otherwise-silly accident could turn into a crisis if you don't have medical insurance. This is a link from the US government, but the info is good for anyone traveling outside their home country:

    https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/go/health.html

    If you are planning a long visit then DON'T schedule your departure day for the 90th day (any part of a day in North America counts as a whole day, so if you arrive at 23:59h on the 1st and leave at 00:01h on the 10th it is 10 days in the USA). Schedule your departure not later than the 88th day as there are no (zero) provisions in the Visa Waiver Program for someone to voluntarily extend their stay. If you miss your flight due to something Immigration might consider avoidable (such as a flat tire on the way to the airport) they may ban you from using the VWP in the future.

    If you are a minor (age 17 or under) traveling unaccompanied to visit friends or family in the USA then you need a notarized letter of permission from your parents which gives the name(s), address, and phone number of the full adult(s) who will be responsible for you in the USA. The letter should also authorize the adult(s) in the USA to act on your parents’ behalf in case of medical emergency.
    14 answers · 5 days ago