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Q: Immigration ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Immigration
Category: Family and Home > Families
Asked by: zlajka-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 04 Mar 2004 07:14 PST
Expires: 03 Apr 2004 07:14 PST
Question ID: 313325
I live in Bosnia and Herzegovina with my girlfriend. The situation for
normal living is not great at all and we are considering to try to
move to some other country but we are not sure where and how. I have a
background in IT and I speak english very well. My girlfriend speaks
German perfectly and has background in economics, sale and marketing.
What would be the easiest way for us to go to try to live normal life

Request for Question Clarification by politicalguru-ga on 04 Mar 2004 09:29 PST
Dear Zlajka, 

This is a very broad question! You two want to immigrate, and I could
give you as an answer, if you'd like, advices and tips on countries to
which it might be easier for you to immigrate. Is that what you want
as an answer?

Clarification of Question by zlajka-ga on 05 Mar 2004 02:40 PST
Thank you very much for giving comments. I put this question very
broad as "politicalgur" has commented so I would like to clarify it a
bit. Of course, we have some "prefered" countries where we would like
to live but for us is very dificult to get the visas to go and stay
almost anywhere. What we are looking for does not have to be a
citizenship. Working visa is just fine! The list of the "prefered"
countries would be: Germany, Sweden, Australia, Canada and New Zeland.
I have been in US at 2000 and I did not like the style of life at all
and that is the reason why US would not be a solution!

Thank you all again!
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Immigration
From: scribe-ga on 04 Mar 2004 12:34 PST
I happen to know a number of Bosnians who have settled in the small
upstate New York city in which I live: Utica. They have come here, for
the most part, as refugees and have been assisted by the Mohawk Valley
Refugee Center. I am not sure if refugee status is still granted to
citizens of B-H, now that peace has come. There are more than 3,000
Bosnians here now, out of a total population of 60,000.
There is also a large Bosnian population in St. Louis, Missouri. This
is a much larger city with many more job opportunities.
I will let you know if I can find out anything about current US
admission of citizens of B-H.
Subject: Re: Immigration
From: themezz-ga on 18 Oct 2004 10:41 PDT
Lots of opportunities here in Utica, NY


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