#1 Overseas DUers... This American wants to get OUT!!!SonnabendGuest08-22-2008, 07:23 AM
skypuddle (884 posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Fri Aug-22-08 12:14 AM
Overseas DUers... This American wants to get OUT!!!
Edited on Fri Aug-22-08 12:25 AM by skypuddleI'm a 26 year-old graduate student who is currently finishing up her graduate work and wants to go obtain a doctorate.
I wish to continue my studies overseas, as I utterly loathe living in the current pale imitation of the former United States of America.
I would like any and all advice that anyone has to offer with respect to accomplishing this goal.
For informational purposes, I have a conviction for misdemeanor battery, and a misdemeanor possession of marijuana charge some years in my past.
I know that these events will present a major stumbling block in my pursuit of leaving this uber-corrupt nation once and for all, but I feel that offering more available information is always a desirable tactic.
rt_from_Ark (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Fri Aug-22-08 12:33 AM
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6. The three best ways of becoming a resident of another country:1) Marry someone from that country
2) Have relatives in that country
Have you ever been convicted of a drug offence?
In your case, maybe 3) would be the best way. You could check out schools in Canada, for example, and if you were lucky you could find one that would give you a teaching assistantship that would pay for your tuition and give you a little stipend to boot.
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