Anonymous asked in TravelUnited StatesOther - United States · 6 years ago

As a british kid wanting to move to the U.S which is the best place to live? Albuquerque, Miami or any others?

So im hoping I would be able to join the DEA by this time and would be looking to go out to bars meet people and get some good weather for once...

Thanks, Nathan.

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  • drip
    Lv 7
    6 years ago

    To move and live and work in the USA, you must have a work visa. TO get a work visa you must have a job already lined up with an employer who is willing to sponsor your work visa. THat is not happening without a degree, and even then you have a slim chance of finding a job.

    For a student visa- You must apply to universities, be accepted, prove you can pay, then apply for a student visa. You are required by law to leave the USA once your studies are over or if you quit.

    To apply to the DEA you must be an US citizen

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  • 6 years ago

    Foreign nationals (Brits included) are not allowed to just move to the US. You have to get a visa and most are just tourist or student visas, meaning you can only stay a short time and are not allowed to have a job. Anyone under the age of 18 would have a difficult time getting anything other than that, and you have to actually be enrolled in a school for the student visa. If by DEA, you mean the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency of the US department of Defense, on what planet do you think they would hire a British teenager for anything?

    There are places in the British Empire with good weather. You might want to look at getting a job in a resort in the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean or on Bermuda in the Atlantic between England and the USA. Both of those would be accessible with your UK passport.

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  • 6 years ago

    As a British kid it won't matter. You won't be moving to the US.

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