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Nov. 21st, 2007 @ 03:05 am
hi everyone!  I'm a 19 year old gay, pacifist, american who is curious about leaving...for good.  I don't want to offend anyone but I'll be frank about my political views.  I have refused to say the pledge of allegiance since I was 12. I despise nationalism. I am an absolute pacifist to the point I border on anarchism.  when I identify myself it's by my ethical beliefs or as a Pennsylvanian (my family lived there since 1684, not counting the natives they married who had obviously lived there longer...) the US government has not been here as long as we have...but I still feel like I may want to leave.  my reasons:Collapse )

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any suggestions on finding a graduate school (and paying for it) in europe, and then getting citizenship there, would be greatly appreciated. 

USA and medicine Feb. 12th, 2007 @ 04:54 am
If I’m an international student and have a student visa, came to the USA and was diagnosed with Tuberculosis, what should I do according to the law? Should I go back home or should I stay and get help in the USA? Can I stay and get medicine care in the USA?

Migration to Australia Dec. 27th, 2006 @ 02:01 pm

Would you like to live in Australia?  It might be easier than you think.

Email Michael Geller to receive a free assessment of your chances to gain Australian citizenship.  You can communicate in either English, Hebrew or Russian.

Michael Geller is an experienced Australian lawyer and registered Migration Agent (MARA No: 0534590).

Services offered include:

- Free Preliminary Assessment for you;
- Free International Phone Calls to you the client;
- Translation of Documents;
- Certification of Documents;
- Skills Recognition in Australia;
- Handling your entire Migration Visa Application from start to finish;
- Assistance to integrate into Australian society upon arrival; and
- Good quality, honest and trustworthy service.

For very reasonable rates email Michael today for your free preliminary assessment at: gellermichael@yahoo.com.au

Nov. 9th, 2006 @ 06:17 pm
Hello to all immigrants in USA! I'm from Georgia (Europe) pass half a world, change my lifestyle and now sitting at home and writing to you!Isn't it cool? :(

May. 21st, 2006 @ 11:59 am
Hi all. I think I may have been one of the first people in this community to actually leave the us. Just got back to the states after 18months in Prague wondering why the heck I came back.

In the meantime not sure if it's been posted in this community before, but if not wanted to offer up this great non-profit site for couchsurfing around the world.

Makes it easier to get underway...
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Hi my name is Tish and I am new to this sommunity. I hope to someday move to England. I have family over there and I know before I move I would need some money and a job before I go. I think it is interesting to find a community such as this.
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Hello! I am a new member too. Actually I live in Canada (Québec) where I came from Russia two years ago. Now I would like to move to Europe.

I am 39, and by profession I am a translator. I work mainly with Swedish and Russian languages, and they are hardly useful in Canada...

I would like to settle down in Sweden (I lived there in the past), Finland (visited it this summer) or some other European country. I know it's not easy. Europe is a fortress... But it's the only place where I feel at home.

Now I am looking for a girlfriend there. You are welcome to visit my site http://suomi24.ru
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I just joined this community, so hello everyone!

I'm 22, and just moved out of the USA to Thailand after being offered a teaching job. I grew up in Canada, but was moved back to the US after my Dads job transfer. After 10 years of American life I finally escaped. I do miss my family, but they plan on visiting me in a couple monthes. We also talk several times a week, so it's not a big deal. Now that I'm here, my plans are to either finish my degree at a university in Bangkok, or find a teaching job in another country. I really like it here so far, so I definately see myself settling down here for a while. So my advice to anyone who is unhappy in America, get out!! There is a whole world of amazing things to do and see, people to meet. My only regret is that I didn't leave sooner. Ok, well nice to meet everyone! =]
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Hey everyone, I just joined, figured I'd introduce myself.

My name's Ara, I'm 19 and I just moved to London from Utah. I'm here on a student visa for three years studying Creative Writing and Media & Cultural Studies at Kingston University.

If anyone has questions about student visas and the UK and everything, I'll be happy to answer them if I can.
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anyone have any advice for immigrating to the UK? i'm doing a three year undergrad degree here at the moment, in a same-sex relationship as well. i'm planning on proving that i've been in the relationship for 2 years so as to gain residence on account of that. does anyone know if this is a go? thanks for any advice! this is a great community idea...xx
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