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how can i get it

how can i get it
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why would you

why would you
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Surnywhy would you

clout

[quote=Surny]why would you[/quote]
clout
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#4
newbie.tf
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https://www.tlcme.com/inside-tlc/TLC-Casting

ctrl+f "90 day fiance"

https://www.tlcme.com/inside-tlc/TLC-Casting

ctrl+f "90 day fiance"
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Surnywhy would you

im literally from georgia

[quote=Surny]why would you[/quote]
im literally from georgia
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#6
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KevinIsPwnhttps://www.tlcme.com/inside-tlc/TLC-Casting

ctrl+f "90 day fiance"

Peak comedy, funniest thing I've seen today

[quote=KevinIsPwn]https://www.tlcme.com/inside-tlc/TLC-Casting

ctrl+f "90 day fiance"[/quote]
Peak comedy, funniest thing I've seen today
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nikoSurnywhy would youim literally from georgia

If you're from georgia , then you're already in the US bro, don't worry bro

[quote=niko][quote=Surny]why would you[/quote]
im literally from georgia[/quote]

If you're from georgia , then you're already in the US bro, don't worry bro
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XKlusivenikoSurnywhy would youim literally from georgia
If you're from georgia , then you're already in the US bro, don't worry bro

wrong georgia

[quote=XKlusive][quote=niko][quote=Surny]why would you[/quote]
im literally from georgia[/quote]

If you're from georgia , then you're already in the US bro, don't worry bro[/quote]
wrong georgia
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#9
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everyone from there says the american dream is dead why do you wanna go there

everyone from there says the american dream is dead why do you wanna go there
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#10
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this place sucks dick ur def better off anywhere else but here

this place sucks dick ur def better off anywhere else but here
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#11
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idk man america is pretty great

idk man america is pretty great
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#12
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https://reason.com/2014/11/20/legal-immigration-explained/

https://reason.com/2014/11/20/legal-immigration-explained/
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#13
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americans saying america sucks is peak privilege

americans saying america sucks is peak privilege
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sneak into turkey or russia lol

sneak into turkey or russia lol
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#15
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Marry me.

Marry me.
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#16
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meet me in tijuana

bring 10 racks

meet me in tijuana



bring 10 racks
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hpqoeusneak into turkey or russia lol

turkey and russia are not that much better honestly

[quote=hpqoeu]sneak into turkey or russia lol[/quote]

turkey and russia are not that much better honestly
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dot_meet me in tijuana

bring 10 racks

Some people here do actually go to mexico first and then sneak in, un-ironically sounds like a plan. Getting a visa is so hard for us, its almost like they are BEGGING us to illegally come.

[quote=dot_]meet me in tijuana



bring 10 racks[/quote]

Some people here do actually go to mexico first and then sneak in, un-ironically sounds like a plan. Getting a visa is so hard for us, its almost like they are BEGGING us to illegally come.
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#19
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https://imgur.com/TpiK8OF

https://imgur.com/TpiK8OF
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#20
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nikohttps://imgur.com/TpiK8OF

If you don't mind me asking, how old are you?
And I'm sorry for your situation :( I have an understanding as to how much your country's government sucks. Stay safe.

[quote=niko]https://imgur.com/TpiK8OF[/quote]
If you don't mind me asking, how old are you?
And I'm sorry for your situation :( I have an understanding as to how much your country's government sucks. Stay safe.
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If you have a close relative here, that's the easiest way. If you don't, there's no way unless you're skilled enough at something for an employer here to apply for an H1B visa. Even then, you might not get in because there are only a limited number of visas allocated per year. And even if you did get the H1B, your employer would have to then apply for a green card for you to stay beyond the temporary period allowed by the H1B. It takes around 6-10 years to get a green card after applying and another 5-6 years for citizenship.

Needless to say, this is extremely difficult. Don't think that because getting a visa here is difficult, crossing the border illegally is a walk in the park. There are skeletons in the Sonoran desert, and they aren't all Bobcats and Peccaries.

If you have a close relative here, that's the easiest way. If you don't, there's no way unless you're skilled enough at something for an employer here to apply for an H1B visa. Even then, you might not get in because there are only a limited number of visas allocated per year. And even if you did get the H1B, your employer would have to then apply for a green card for you to stay beyond the temporary period allowed by the H1B. It takes around 6-10 years to get a green card after applying and another 5-6 years for citizenship.

Needless to say, this is extremely difficult. Don't think that because getting a visa here is difficult, crossing the border illegally is a walk in the park. There are skeletons in the Sonoran desert, and they aren't all Bobcats and Peccaries.
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WILDFIREnikohttps://imgur.com/TpiK8OFIf you don't mind me asking, how old are you?
And I'm sorry for your situation :( I have an understanding as to how much your country's government sucks. Stay safe.

you actually wont believe how bad it is and im 18 as we speak bro

[quote=WILDFIRE][quote=niko]https://imgur.com/TpiK8OF[/quote]
If you don't mind me asking, how old are you?
And I'm sorry for your situation :( I have an understanding as to how much your country's government sucks. Stay safe.[/quote]
you actually wont believe how bad it is and im 18 as we speak bro
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SevenIf you have a close relative here, that's the easiest way. If you don't, there's no way unless you're skilled enough at something for an employer here to apply for an H1B visa. Even then, you might not get in because there are only a limited number of visas allocated per year. And even if you did get the H1B, your employer would have to then apply for a green card for you to stay beyond the temporary period allowed by the H1B. It takes around 6-10 years to get a green card after applying and another 5-6 years for citizenship.

Needless to say, this is extremely difficult. Don't think that because getting a visa here is difficult, crossing the border illegally is a walk in the park. There are skeletons in the Sonoran and Chihuahuan desert, and they aren't all Bobcats and Peccaries.

OK i do have a couple of close relatives who are living in the U.S, My moms best friend (not related by blood) and my moms half sisters

[quote=Seven]If you have a close relative here, that's the easiest way. If you don't, there's no way unless you're skilled enough at something for an employer here to apply for an H1B visa. Even then, you might not get in because there are only a limited number of visas allocated per year. And even if you did get the H1B, your employer would have to then apply for a green card for you to stay beyond the temporary period allowed by the H1B. It takes around 6-10 years to get a green card after applying and another 5-6 years for citizenship.

Needless to say, this is extremely difficult. Don't think that because getting a visa here is difficult, crossing the border illegally is a walk in the park. There are skeletons in the Sonoran and Chihuahuan desert, and they aren't all Bobcats and Peccaries.[/quote]
OK i do have a couple of close relatives who are living in the U.S, My moms best friend (not related by blood) and my moms half sisters
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#24
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You would probably have an easier time moving to western Europe.

You would probably have an easier time moving to western Europe.
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FactsMachineYou would probably have an easier time moving to western Europe.

ok tijuana mexico it is then OR there have been some people who sneak inside the crates on cargo ships, that could probably work???

[quote=FactsMachine]You would probably have an easier time moving to western Europe.[/quote]
ok tijuana mexico it is then OR there have been some people who sneak inside the crates on cargo ships, that could probably work???
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nikoSevenIf you have a close relative here, that's the easiest way. If you don't, there's no way unless you're skilled enough at something for an employer here to apply for an H1B visa. Even then, you might not get in because there are only a limited number of visas allocated per year. And even if you did get the H1B, your employer would have to then apply for a green card for you to stay beyond the temporary period allowed by the H1B. It takes around 6-10 years to get a green card after applying and another 5-6 years for citizenship.

Needless to say, this is extremely difficult. Don't think that because getting a visa here is difficult, crossing the border illegally is a walk in the park. There are skeletons in the Sonoran and Chihuahuan desert, and they aren't all Bobcats and Peccaries.
OK i do have a couple of close relatives who are living in the U.S, My moms best friend (not related by blood) and my moms half sisters

You need either a parent, spouse, or child in the U.S. to move here legally. Your mom's half-sister isn't close to good enough, sadly. I'd seriously try moving somewhere else in Europe - There just isn't any way you can come to the U.S. legally.

[quote=niko][quote=Seven]If you have a close relative here, that's the easiest way. If you don't, there's no way unless you're skilled enough at something for an employer here to apply for an H1B visa. Even then, you might not get in because there are only a limited number of visas allocated per year. And even if you did get the H1B, your employer would have to then apply for a green card for you to stay beyond the temporary period allowed by the H1B. It takes around 6-10 years to get a green card after applying and another 5-6 years for citizenship.

Needless to say, this is extremely difficult. Don't think that because getting a visa here is difficult, crossing the border illegally is a walk in the park. There are skeletons in the Sonoran and Chihuahuan desert, and they aren't all Bobcats and Peccaries.[/quote]
OK i do have a couple of close relatives who are living in the U.S, My moms best friend (not related by blood) and my moms half sisters[/quote]
You need either a parent, spouse, or child in the U.S. to move here legally. Your mom's half-sister isn't close to good enough, sadly. I'd seriously try moving somewhere else in Europe - There just isn't any way you can come to the U.S. legally.
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#27
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What's the matter with Georgia recently? Sorry, I'm just uninformed

What's the matter with Georgia recently? Sorry, I'm just uninformed
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newbie.tf
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i assumed based on the amount of words in the original thread that you weren't looking for real guidance. sorry about my joke reply earlier

As other comments said, you'd probably be better off looking at options in western europe, as that has the potential to open you up to going all over the EU. The effort-to-quality ratio for moving to the US is perhaps the highest in the world. There are plenty of places that are just as nice and much easier (though obviously still challenging) to move to.

No matter where you try to go: More than anything else, build up marketable skills. For better or for worse, that is what any country worth immigrating to will be looking for. Can the skillset you bring be worth the price of getting you your visa/citizenship? - That is the question any company will be asking themselves when looking at bringing you.

i assumed based on the amount of words in the original thread that you weren't looking for real guidance. sorry about my joke reply earlier

As other comments said, you'd probably be better off looking at options in western europe, as that has the potential to open you up to going all over the EU. The effort-to-quality ratio for moving to the US is perhaps the highest in the world. There are plenty of places that are just as nice and much easier (though obviously still challenging) to move to.

No matter where you try to go: More than anything else, build up marketable skills. For better or for worse, that is what any country worth immigrating to will be looking for. Can the skillset you bring be worth the price of getting you your visa/citizenship? - That is the question any company will be asking themselves when looking at bringing you.
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PlegueWhat's the matter with Georgia recently? Sorry, I'm just uninformed

come here and stay for exactly 1 hour and you will most probably develop a mental illness

[quote=Plegue]What's the matter with Georgia recently? Sorry, I'm just uninformed[/quote]
come here and stay for exactly 1 hour and you will most probably develop a mental illness
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just move to like denmark or some shit and do gay marriage try to get ur life popping its easy .

just move to like denmark or some shit and do gay marriage try to get ur life popping its easy .
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