March 27, 2012 5:00pm CST
Why is it so hard for a Canadian woman or any Canadian in that matter to immigrate to the USA? You either got to marry someone, or have a job sponsor. Is there any possible way for me to just up and start a new life in the US without having to go through this? But yet if I were from another Country say Mexico, they'd let me in no problem... I don;t wanna sound derogatory or anything, but for someone from Canada trying to move to the USA IS impossible!
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27 Mar 12
mmh i don't know may be they try to convict canadians to live in canada and no always trying to immigrate in the us whcih are really near...anyway it sounds not bad living in canada probably will migrate to canada as well...may be we can exchange our nationality?
27 Mar 12
noo i can't hear that you want change your country because you followed in love for texas?are you sure?mmh...i think california is much better..anyway i live in italy if you like my offer is available right now...probably you can't find a normal job here but you can come to the seaside and eat the original pizza..sounds good enough?
16 Jul 12
Your frustration is well noted. One main reason WHY there is such stringent laws in place for immigration? Your safety. With that covered, let’s move on to the important matters. You can visit these links for important information regarding immigrating into the U.S.A U.S.A State Department http://www.state.gov/ Customs & Border Patrol http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/home.xml TN VISA Information http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1274.html Beside the above mentioned information, if you are deciding to live or work in the United States, you will have several forms and procedures to follow in order to cross the border.
• United States
31 May 12
I am in the US and I don't know exactly why the people from Mexico not only find their way over our borders but they also manage to find jobs, have babies in our hospitals and get their children into our schools. It is completly illegal and yet..yes..they do get away with it. It isn't impossible to be here legally. There is a process to becoming an American citizen. I would reccomend that you find what that process is and go that route. Otherwise you will always be worried that it will be found out that you are here illegally and risk being sent back.
• United States
29 May 12
I think your problem is that you are trying to do things by following the appropriate protical. I don't have the answer for you. But I can say there are millions of Mexicans here illegally and have as many anchor babies as they can claim or get government help for. Most people are happy some states are moving tward making their lives difficult here so they return to where they came from.