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HELLO EVERYBODY

really i want work there i want to see what is this USA i want to know how the people live there, it is hard i think coz everything money hahahahahaa
if i have job there really never i will say NO coz i want go there and i want see hows life there.

i have experience maybe 7 years 4 years im working on the administrator management in the hospital and 3 years im working technical support for computer coz that my speculate i love computer im working on the Saudi Arabia but im from Palestine but there i dont like it coz no body respect the foreign like me

really if any job there on USA for computer or admin management im ready i can go there and start for work really im really i like people looking hard work and they r so serous for work IF SOMEBODY HAVE JOB PLZ IM HERE HAHAHAHAH THANKS A LOT:clap2:

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HELLO EVERYBODY

really i want work there i want to see what is this USA i want to know how the people live there, it is hard i think coz everything money hahahahahaa
if i have job there really never i will say NO coz i want go there and i want see hows life there.

i have experience maybe 7 years 4 years im working on the administrator management in the hospital and 3 years im working technical support for computer coz that my speculate i love computer im working on the Saudi Arabia but im from Palestine but there i dont like it coz no body respect the foreign like me

really if any job there on USA for computer or admin management im ready i can go there and start for work really im really i like people looking hard work and they r so serous for work IF SOMEBODY HAVE JOB PLZ IM HERE HAHAHAHAH THANKS A LOT:clap2:

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life in the usa is boring. just work, work, work...and more guns than people, so bring one ! maybe you should visit first and decide if you like it or not. or join the marines and go to irak or afgan and lose a limb or two...oh yeah, and if want to live near the ocean, i hope you have lots of money and a good job...good luck getting a work visa.
 

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life in the usa is boring. just work, work, work...and more guns than people, so bring one ! maybe you should visit first and decide if you like it or not. or join the marines and go to irak or afgan and lose a limb or two...oh yeah, and if want to live near the ocean, i hope you have lots of money and a good job...good luck getting a work visa.
Sounds like you need to get out more, or maybe get a gun yourself and head down the range :D
 

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hahahahaha guns hahaha i know USA is some states it is very poring and i dont care what happens in the Iraq coz that not my problem hahahahahah marens they r go to iraq and more have problem ,, i know it is work work but u have good idea i should be go there like visit then i will see it is nice or not
 

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The points are moot. The OP has written nothing to suggest he has any reasonable chance of securing suitable status.
 

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Maybe just those that have little going for them in life are the only ones the good ol' US of A can attract these days? Shame! I think it won't be too long before more want to leave than arrive, like happened in the past with Ireland. How long before assisted passage to the US from Europe for $10 all in, ANYONE welcome?
 

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Maybe just those that have little going for them in life are the only ones the good ol' US of A can attract these days? Shame! I think it won't be too long before more want to leave than arrive, like happened in the past with Ireland. How long before assisted passage to the US from Europe for $10 all in, ANYONE welcome?
You misunderstand American immigration policy -- it's there to keep folks out except under certain, very limited circumstances.
 

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Sounds like you need to get out more, or maybe get a gun yourself and head down the range :D
Wayfarer, what fantasy are you living in? The Dude - dabro - is 100% correct, living in the USA sucks big time. Maybe you should open your eyes and get in touch with reality mate. You can click your heels 3 times over and over all you want but you're still stuck in a sh*thole place with Toto, Dorothy (now addicted to meth) ,and the whole opium processing gang - hey, what ever get's you through the night as they say (BTW, The Wizard couldn't get Health Insurance, some kind of preexisting condition with his left testicle - OUCH !!!)

REALITY FIRST MY FRIEND !!!! Zoom
 

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I feel the US immigration policy is to keep folk IN!

I recall the INS granting me permission of residency pending adjustment of status to such, and the inability to leave the Country, while ongoing. The whole immigration situation, like the economy, will change fast. Initially, it will become more difficult to enter to reside, then the process I feel will go into reverse, as nobody will be willing to migrate to the USA. Many folk I met. all US Citizens, were eager to depart the US (well those with a high level of achievement in life did). The remainder DREAMED of leaving, I was lucky I got out just in time back to London, but happy to advise anyone with desire to better themselves by being in the UK with upfront knowledge of how to access good jobs and accommodation.
You misunderstand American immigration policy -- it's there to keep folks out except under certain, very limited circumstances.
 

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Usa>>>>>>uk

I wish to add that I am assisting two Brits who are highly educated individuals, both still employed in highly paid jobs within the US but very keen to depart and see heathrow again! The problems, as I am sure you have encountered with those online, are similar, e.g. how to get accommodated in a Country that is still very expensive to acquire property in (compared to US), and the lack of quality employment. Their is I feel already a mass exodus trying to escape now (have you not noticed?). Some are lucky and return to live with relatives, some have no relatives and larger families. I know one thing, I'm darn pleased I'm this side of the pond (well at least for the next half decade). Maybe, you may need advice one day soon too.
You misunderstand American immigration policy -- it's there to keep folks out except under certain, very limited circumstances.
 

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I wish to add that I am assisting two Brits who are highly educated individuals, both still employed in highly paid jobs within the US but very keen to depart and see heathrow again! The problems, as I am sure you have encountered with those online, are similar, e.g. how to get accommodated in a Country that is still very expensive to acquire property in (compared to US), and the lack of quality employment. Their is I feel already a mass exodus trying to escape now (have you not noticed?). Some are lucky and return to live with relatives, some have no relatives and larger families. I know one thing, I'm darn pleased I'm this side of the pond (well at least for the next half decade). Maybe, you may need advice one day soon too.
Tell your friends to naturalize first. I've lost count of the number who return home to find it's moved on without them and it's no longer home. Then they start from scratch as they try to return.

I can live either side -- they're both good and bad for me. Although I prefer continental Europa to that bleak island....despite it being my birthplace.
 

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I recall the INS granting me permission of residency pending adjustment of status to such, and the inability to leave the Country, while ongoing. The whole immigration situation, like the economy, will change fast. Initially, it will become more difficult to enter to reside, then the process I feel will go into reverse, as nobody will be willing to migrate to the USA. Many folk I met. all US Citizens, were eager to depart the US (well those with a high level of achievement in life did). The remainder DREAMED of leaving, I was lucky I got out just in time back to London, but happy to advise anyone with desire to better themselves by being in the UK with upfront knowledge of how to access good jobs and accommodation.
Comprehensive immigration reform is coming shortly. Somewhere between the deafening cries of the No Amnesty! dodos shooting themselves in their stupid feet, there will no doubt be fundamental changes.

Surprised how many Brits do want to emigrate here based on their annual Orlando hols. I feel like a mean ****** telling the vast majority that they'll never make it -- but feel it's best to be realistic. Most Americans don't even hold a passport, never mind living in foreign climes
 

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I recall working as a parent teacher in the local school, most of the kids could not even name the adjacent States (when I lived out west), Geography not taught it seems. Fla, well like Spain I guess you go there think it's great, and want to live there. Not keen on Fla, lived there, very humid (although liked visiting St Augustine on day's off as reminded me of Europe, being the USA's oldest city). Problem with the UK, is that apart from this winter, is it very warm compared to how it used to be. Summers (like 2003) with temperatures of 105f (with no central air in your house,Global Warming,who knows) and now winters of -20c(not sure what that is in f). Have lived from Dorset to Perthshire (sussex born though), and can honestly say I think it is a great Country(proven recently by a totally unexplained HUGE rise in those residents wanting citizenship that have migrated from overseas), never met an American who wanted to leave. But as you know people are driven by economics as a major factor, well those that have cash anyhow. Main sticking point to ex-pats in USA seems to be health care, and needing a HUGE 401k, or major provision for when they retire of some nature. Trust me, like Marks & Spencer (on it's last legs basically, following Primark being top dog now), ditto US, has lost I believe its edge. End result, loads of Brits cannot sell their property (same in Spain too), and return to stability, shame indeed. If I can help I will
 

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A bit about Holiday's, I think that is how my parents ended-up moving to Bournemouth. Never keen on the place, mind you I did end-up owning a property close to the most expensive real estate in the World (Sandbanks, Poole), I must say that although it looks very similar to Florida, and is often compared to Fla with the opulence of it's pastel shaded milti-million pound properties, at least it's only 100 miles from London. Can someone tell me anything about Britain that is lacking in 2010? All I read is folk who migrated to the US years ago, not aware we have drive thru McDonalds, Wal-Mart in every city (ASDA), and a Starbucks on every corner. If you want US style life it is here, (most don't though). Most are happy to see their GP with no co-pays needed, happy exist in a society still mainly minus gun crime and guns, and happy to know that they are home in a Country where they are free to work without the need of permits and hassle. For me, I , following my experiences, place a Union Flag outside (and as you know we don't have a lot of flags here, so too do my friends who have migrated here). We love our Country, and those who wish to reside here we embrace and welcome.
Comprehensive immigration reform is coming shortly. Somewhere between the deafening cries of the No Amnesty! dodos shooting themselves in their stupid feet, there will no doubt be fundamental changes.

Surprised how many Brits do want to emigrate here based on their annual Orlando hols. I feel like a mean ****** telling the vast majority that they'll never make it -- but feel it's best to be realistic. Most Americans don't even hold a passport, never mind living in foreign climes
 

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Finally, I see you are in AZ. I lived at one time in Mesa (Pheonix), also Bullhead City, part of that tri-State area. I had a neighbour who did not like the heat (a Brit by origin), who worked at Safeway. When asked surely, you get used to it, the response was NO you learn to accept it though. Well, I guess that is correct. I liked seeing the Colorado river each day, but must admit the witnessing of the London Jet boats that would traverse the river (going to London Bridge, further down), did seem somewhat surreal. Those who have migrated to return to the UK, initially find it hard. Usually, due to having to live in less pleasant accommodation due to finances. Then, having to take a lower paid job than they left with. But the major factor is that making new friends if you have spent a long time away. At least within the UK you make GENUINE friends, who think like you do! After a few years your back on your feet wondering why you ever left, maybe it was a dream (or nightmare for some). But the Britain of today, is used to this syndrome. You see, their is still enormous wealth within Britain of 2010, often held by a mixed proportion of residents, often migrant, it can be frustrating for newly returned. A LOT of support is needed, sadly Britain is a VERY desirable place to live, you have to compete with many just to get back to where you were prior to leaving, not easy. Immigration is VERY tough, even for former Brits now too it presents many obstacles (e.g. Getting benefits or right to reside sometimes). Not an easy World in 2010 I feel
 

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I'll be heading over to the states shortly. I know people over there who are decent and salt-of-the-earth.
I don't mind the heat, love hunting and I thrive on a hard-work ethic. Perhaps there are a few on here that would be better off switching places? :)
 

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Hunter gatherers, living a BASIC primitive lifestyle some would say. Take your gun into Starbucks, I believe others are trying to 'prove' something about 'sophisticated' life in USA. For me, I think Europe takes a lot of beating, on all counts. For each their own, maybe you could bust a couple of bunnies as they say, or something larger, sorry but I'm off to catch the tube now and hope that I don't find any mountain lions on board the train, Gosh, I do believe that the heat down there in the summer bought out rattle snakes at Leicester Square station, and I was plagued by scorpions the size of your hand on the Bakerloo line, darn things (mind you someone said it was hallucinations bought on by excessive drink), I think it extended to a steam train I saw going around Harrah's Casino in Laughlin (that IS true!) NV/AZ (only in America would you see that without it being alcohol induced!)
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I'll be heading over to the states shortly. I know people over there who are decent and salt-of-the-earth.
I don't mind the heat, love hunting and I thrive on a hard-work ethic. Perhaps there are a few on here that would be better off switching places? :)
 

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The grass is always greener?

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I'll be heading over to the states shortly. I know people over there who are decent and salt-of-the-earth.
I don't mind the heat, love hunting and I thrive on a hard-work ethic. Perhaps there are a few on here that would be better off switching places? :)
Well, this is one hard-working, salt-of-the-earth Yank who has had it with the heat after 20 years in Texas and would trade places with you in a second if I could. Unfortunately, unless you've got a multi-national corporation sponsoring you, it's not so easy getting into Britain, or the rest of the EU for that matter.

Thank god Mexico isn't so darned picky!
 

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I had a person ask me what American culture was, I then asked for replies myself, this I feel was the best "Ethnocentric. We think we’re the best, our way is the best, and every other way in the world is inferior or wrong." I guess that sums up my thoughts too. If you can live with that move there, if not avoid!
Well, this is one hard-working, salt-of-the-earth Yank who has had it with the heat after 20 years in Texas and would trade places with you in a second if I could. Unfortunately, unless you've got a multi-national corporation sponsoring you, it's not so easy getting into Britain, or the rest of the EU for that matter.

Thank god Mexico isn't so darned picky!
 
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