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        02-09-2013, 01:55 PM
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    What are the Rules to immigrate to Canada, UK or Australia?
    Will they just let anyone in and allow them to be there illegally and better yet, will they allow them to stay there indefinitely knowing they are illegal????

    I know just to visit Australia on a vacation it takes a mountain of paperwork. I could only imagine how hard it is to immigrate.

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        02-09-2013, 03:07 PM
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    Originally Posted by SouthernTrailsGA    
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    What are the Rules to immigrate to Canada, UK or Australia?
    Will they just let anyone in and allow them to be there illegally and better yet, will they allow them to stay there indefinitely knowing they are illegal????

    I know just to visit Australia on a vacation it takes a mountain of paperwork. I could only imagine how hard it is to immigrate.

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    The UK is pretty much the same as any other country with the difference that as a part of the EU the UK has had to struggle with immigrants from eastern europe in more recent years as they have different rights of entry under the 'free movement' policy. The UK is currently discussing a need for a change in its relationship with the EU for many reasons
    There are many illegal immigrants in the UK, they manage to get in and disapear - supported by immigrant families already living there legally so they are able to stay off the radar, they then manage to get legal rights under the 14 year rule, something else that is being examined as the country is sinking under the weight of its population
    I have read through this article and its pretty accurate
    Enough illegal migrants to fill three cities the size of Newcastle: 863,000 of them in UK, study finds | Mail Online
         
        02-09-2013, 09:39 PM
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    Originally Posted by jaydee    
    The UK is pretty much the same as any other country with the difference that as a part of the EU the UK has had to struggle with immigrants from eastern europe in more recent years as they have different rights of entry under the 'free movement' policy. The UK is currently discussing a need for a change in its relationship with the EU for many reasons
    There are many illegal immigrants in the UK, they manage to get in and disapear - supported by immigrant families already living there legally so they are able to stay off the radar, they then manage to get legal rights under the 14 year rule, something else that is being examined as the country is sinking under the weight of its population
    I have read through this article and its pretty accurate
    Enough illegal migrants to fill three cities the size of Newcastle: 863,000 of them in UK, study finds | Mail Online
    Interesting...I knew the UK had an illegal immigration problem, but didn't know it was that extensive...
         
        02-10-2013, 12:33 PM
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    Originally Posted by SouthernTrailsGA    
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    What are the Rules to immigrate to Canada, UK or Australia?
    Will they just let anyone in and allow them to be there illegally and better yet, will they allow them to stay there indefinitely knowing they are illegal????

    I know just to visit Australia on a vacation it takes a mountain of paperwork. I could only imagine how hard it is to immigrate.

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    Don't know about UK or Aus, but it's rather easy to immigrate to Canada (MUCH easier than to US). You pass based on score, which is rather low (IMHO).
         
        02-10-2013, 12:36 PM
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    In the paperwork it specified that periodically I would have to prove I was still alive. It didn't say how, and I am interested in seeing what I have to do next year to prove my existance...I've never had to do that before...
    LMAO! I know some people who have to go to the Embassy to get a doc stating you are still alive. So that's considered to be a proof.

    Should you prove you are alive to receive SS benefits?
         
        02-10-2013, 03:52 PM
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    Originally Posted by kitten_Val    

    Should you prove you are alive to receive SS benefits?
    Actually I think we should have to. We hear story after story how someone has been dead for years but their son/daughter/husband/relative/caretaker keeps cashing those SS checks.
         
        02-10-2013, 05:51 PM
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    Actually I think we should have to. We hear story after story how someone has been dead for years but their son/daughter/husband/relative/caretaker keeps cashing those SS checks.
    Yes, I read about it. That's why I'm curious. :)
         
        03-04-2013, 12:47 AM
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    Illegal Aliens Bringing 60 Percent Lethal Drug-Resistant TB to the United States
         

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