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VetLegion-
01-07-2006, 22:05:37
I'm feeling pretty restless lately. I'm actually thinking up schemes to get into USA illegally :bounce:

At the moment, I think it could be done through Mexico, I figure the border is not that well watched.

What do you think?

VetLegion-
01-07-2006, 22:48:58
Noone has opinions on this?

How long would it take a 25 year old white guy like me, with few skills and a lot of ambition to make it to the position of at least the governor ov California? ;)

It is the land of opportunity after all.

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
01-07-2006, 23:59:01
Get in line, buddy, I was here first.

Colon
02-07-2006, 00:43:33
Dude, the USA is so passť. Canada is the place to be for migrants these days.

JM^3
02-07-2006, 01:04:18
I thought New Zealand?

JM

VetLegion-
02-07-2006, 01:17:13
But I'm guessing US is the easiest to reach. The others you mention have strong immigration policies, but no neighbouring country which is easy to get into (which Mexico is).

JM^3
02-07-2006, 01:21:08
I am a 25 yearold white guy also... I wonder if I could take off for somewhere to?

Jon Miller
(of course, the Physics thing is doing [b]much[\b] better)

The Mad Monk
02-07-2006, 02:13:11
Mexico is only easy to get into if they believe you don't plan on staying.

...

Otherwise, they get downright inhospitable.

Oerdin
02-07-2006, 03:31:24
Vet, I think you speak English very well so all you need to do is go on vacation and meet a chick. Failing that you could always get a student visa or even a work visa (since you are obviously educated) or even meet a girl online then marry her. There are a million ways to do it legally so why not do it legally?

Oerdin
02-07-2006, 03:35:27
Just to show you where I am coming from my grandfather was a Scottish coal miner and my grandmother was a house wife but they got in. It took them three years but they did it legally while my mother's side was French Canadian who entered the US before there was any such thing as border controls.

The French-Canadians attempted to rebel against the crown in the 1830's and those people who took part in the failed rebellion either waited around to get arrested or went to the US. Granted the immigration isn't as free as it was in the 1830's but it can still be done legally if one tries. I suggest filling out the paper work and doing it the legal way. ;)

Colon
02-07-2006, 04:17:26
Just join me to Canada Vetlegion. We'll get to piss off yanks by cutting down and exporting pine trees.

Oerdin
02-07-2006, 04:26:37
HA! Shrub will just illegally tarrif your soft lumber. :p

LoD
02-07-2006, 08:56:49
Originally posted by Colon
Dude, the USA is so passť. Canada is the place to be for migrants these days.


England! England!

Gary
02-07-2006, 09:05:51
No No There's nothing for you here. This is a local country for local people.

LoD
02-07-2006, 09:40:36
"There's enough of your kind here already", eh :D?

Oerdin
02-07-2006, 15:51:07
Originally posted by The Mad Monk
Mexico is only easy to get into if they believe you don't plan on staying.

...

Otherwise, they get downright inhospitable.

Yep, for all the propaganda that Mexican politicians use against the US for our immigration policies the Mexicans treat the Central Americans that want to come to Mexico (because they can make more money there then at home) like utter shit. Central Americans who lived in Mexico for 20 years can still be rounded up and deported without even a hearing.

That's why I have to laugh when the pro-illegal immigration people in Mexico claim the US is racist and unfair.

notyoueither
02-07-2006, 19:51:48
Originally posted by Colon
Just join me to Canada Vetlegion. We'll get to piss off yanks by cutting down and exporting pine trees.

You're coming to Canada?

Dyl Ulenspiegel
02-07-2006, 20:05:51
Canada is a village in Belgium. Kanadatje in dutch.

Colon
02-07-2006, 21:26:18
Originally posted by notyoueither
You're coming to Canada?

Who knows.

VetLegion-
02-07-2006, 23:16:40
Oerdin, thanks for the compliment about English, though my written English is better than my spoken English.

Anyway, I'm not entirely serious about going to USA, if I was, of course I'd try the legal ways first.

I want to go somewhere, but I'm not sure where yet. I'll see after the summer :)

DaShi
03-07-2006, 21:18:17
Go to Ireland, they're doing much better than the US these days. Plus, a pub on every corner.

Cruddy
04-07-2006, 02:18:40
..... I just don't understand, you want to go to America and start a new?

A new what exactly? Doner kebab chain?

TCO
04-07-2006, 02:54:37
USA! USA!

Oerdin
04-07-2006, 14:16:41
We honestly don't have many kebab shops here. You might start a trend if you open one.