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Everyone says there's a way to legally immigrate to America. Therefore all illegals should be deported. And anyone willing to come to America should do so legally. That's a good mindset. But here's the question/problem. How does one legally immigrate to America. Someone who doesn't have a family member in America and doesn't want to marry an America. S/he just wants to pick up and move to America. S/he isn't highly qualified. Just got a decent education of some college-learning. What process would this person follow to immigrate to America and how long does this process take?


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23-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox (USPS EXPRESS)

27-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form delivered/picked up by USCIS

01-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form fee check cashed by USCIS

04-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form received per NOA1

09-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 notice date

14-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 on hand through USPS

30-JAN-2017 -:- N400 fingerprint taken

01-FEB-2017 -:- N400 interview schedule process started

26-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview date set (01SEP2017)

29-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview letter on hand

01-SEP-2017 -:- N400 interview date - Interview passed

10-OCT-2017-:- N400 oath ceremony letter on hand (oath on 26OCT2017)

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Everyone says there's a way to legally immigrate to America. Therefore all illegals should be deported. And anyone willing to come to America should do so legally. That's a good mindset. But here's the question/problem. How does one legally immigrate to America. Someone who doesn't have a family member in America and doesn't want to marry an America. S/he just wants to pick up and move to America. S/he isn't highly qualified. Just got a decent education of some college-learning. What process would this person follow to immigrate to America and how long does this process take?

Immigration to America isn't a right. Just because you want to doesn't mean you should be able to.

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Immigration to America isn't a right. Just because you want to doesn't mean you should be able to.
Actually being able to move freely is a human rights. But I get what you are saying. If America says no more immigration all together, it'd be cool. But everyone keeps talking about legal immigration. I just want to know what that entails and how one goes about moving to America legally.

Looks like there's no legal way to immigrate to America for a hard working person who might not have the high degree but does have the strength to work in a farm, factory, etc.

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N400 CITIZENSHIP STAGE

23-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox (USPS EXPRESS)

27-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form delivered/picked up by USCIS

01-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form fee check cashed by USCIS

04-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form received per NOA1

09-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 notice date

14-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 on hand through USPS

30-JAN-2017 -:- N400 fingerprint taken

01-FEB-2017 -:- N400 interview schedule process started

26-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview date set (01SEP2017)

29-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview letter on hand

01-SEP-2017 -:- N400 interview date - Interview passed

10-OCT-2017-:- N400 oath ceremony letter on hand (oath on 26OCT2017)

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Everyone says there's a way to legally immigrate to America. Therefore all illegals should be deported. And anyone willing to come to America should do so legally. That's a good mindset. But here's the question/problem. How does one legally immigrate to America. Someone who doesn't have a family member in America and doesn't want to marry an America. S/he just wants to pick up and move to America. S/he isn't highly qualified. Just got a decent education of some college-learning. What process would this person follow to immigrate to America and how long does this process take?

google is your friend .....

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis

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Actually being able to move freely is a human rights. But I get what you are saying. If America says no more immigration all together, it'd be cool. But everyone keeps talking about legal immigration. I just want to know what that entails and how one goes about moving to America legally.

Looks like there's no legal way to immigrate to America for a hard working person who might not have the high degree but does have the strength to work in a farm, factory, etc.

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If you're not skilled and you don't have family, use the lottery or stay the hell out. It's actually pretty simple.

If one day the American work force gets to where unemployment is less than 3%, then maybe we could consider opening things up a little more... but I don't see that happening anytime soon.


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Immigration to America isn't a right. Just because you want to doesn't mean you should be able to.

There are no caps on spousal visas and no real restrictions beyond demonstrating a bonafide relationship and that you're income is just barely above the poverty level. I've seen many here on this site express it as an entitlement.

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There are no caps on spousal visas and no real restrictions beyond demonstrating a bonafide relationship and that you're income is just barely above the poverty level. I've seen many here on this site express it as an entitlement.

Many on this site are wrong about many things, that being one of them.

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:lol: immigrating to the US is not a human right.

No **, Sherlock. Noone ever said that. But it's everyone's rights to seek residence in another country. Everyone should be able to leave their country if they desire. It's all part of human rights charter, which I'm sure you never ever read in your life. I recommand you read it every night before going to sleep over whatever fictional book you read.

N400 CITIZENSHIP STAGE

23-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox (USPS EXPRESS)

27-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form delivered/picked up by USCIS

01-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form fee check cashed by USCIS

04-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form received per NOA1

09-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 notice date

14-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 on hand through USPS

30-JAN-2017 -:- N400 fingerprint taken

01-FEB-2017 -:- N400 interview schedule process started

26-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview date set (01SEP2017)

29-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview letter on hand

01-SEP-2017 -:- N400 interview date - Interview passed

10-OCT-2017-:- N400 oath ceremony letter on hand (oath on 26OCT2017)

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Many on this site are wrong about many things, that being one of them.

I agree, however, when it comes to immigration issues and policies, attitudes expressed on this immigration site about who should or shouldn't be here are often contradictory.

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You did.

"Actually being able to move freely is a human rights." =/= "immigrating to the US is not a human right."

Freedom of movement is a human right. Immigrating to US is a privilage. US is well within its rights to say no to anyone for valid reason. Please don't project your inherent lunacy and idiocy on me. I'm way much of a humanist to be a hick like you. :thumbs:


N400 CITIZENSHIP STAGE

23-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox (USPS EXPRESS)

27-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form delivered/picked up by USCIS

01-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form fee check cashed by USCIS

04-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form received per NOA1

09-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 notice date

14-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 on hand through USPS

30-JAN-2017 -:- N400 fingerprint taken

01-FEB-2017 -:- N400 interview schedule process started

26-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview date set (01SEP2017)

29-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview letter on hand

01-SEP-2017 -:- N400 interview date - Interview passed

10-OCT-2017-:- N400 oath ceremony letter on hand (oath on 26OCT2017)

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You did.

"Actually being able to move freely is a human rights." =/= "immigrating to the US is ... a human right."

Freedom of movement is a human right. Immigrating to US is a privilage. US is well within its rights to say no to anyone for valid reason. Please don't project your inherent lunacy and idiocy on me. I'm way much of a humanist to be a hick like you. :thumbs:

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N400 CITIZENSHIP STAGE

23-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox (USPS EXPRESS)

27-DEC-2016 -:- N400 form delivered/picked up by USCIS

01-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form fee check cashed by USCIS

04-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form received per NOA1

09-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 notice date

14-JAN-2017 -:- N400 form NOA1 on hand through USPS

30-JAN-2017 -:- N400 fingerprint taken

01-FEB-2017 -:- N400 interview schedule process started

26-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview date set (01SEP2017)

29-JUL-2017 -:- N400 interview letter on hand

01-SEP-2017 -:- N400 interview date - Interview passed

10-OCT-2017-:- N400 oath ceremony letter on hand (oath on 26OCT2017)

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