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the easiest way to get citizenship in the U.S.

Postby skateboardstephen » June 8th, 2011, 1:37 am

ok i have a fiancé who lives in brazil.We want to get married and live in the U.S. whats the best way to go about this.
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Postby ladislav » June 8th, 2011, 1:53 am

A fiancee visa is the quickest way. Then marry her in the US. Takes 3-6 months to get her over. Citizenship for a wife takes three years + processing time which can take up to one more year or even longer.

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Re: the easiest way to get citizenship in the U.S.

Postby momopi » June 8th, 2011, 4:23 am

skateboardstephen wrote:ok i have a fiancé who lives in brazil.We want to get married and live in the U.S. whats the best way to go about this.


You might find some info here:
http://www.visajourney.com/
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Postby Think Different » June 8th, 2011, 2:38 pm

I can tell you from personal experience with this, that if you live in an area of the US with a lot of foreigners or illegals, your spouse's wait time for citizenship processing can take up to 8 years. That was the case with my wife in the DC area. After 4.5 years we moved to Denver and had her paperwork transferred and the "waiting line" got shortened. She was sworn in, within 6 months of arriving in Denver. Just a heads-up: my wife is now considering giving up her US citizenship, since they've tightened up all the laws for tax reporting, overseas bank account reporting, it's harder for her to invest overseas and open a bank account overseas now. Many non-American banks do not want to give accounts to Americans, due to the IRS gestapo tactics for tracking down US money abroad. It's a real problem, and you may want to clearly discuss this with your fiancee in advance. Just my 2 cents of advice, based on experience. YOU, however might be wise to consider getting the Brazilian citizenship through her (in addition to your American one), as a fall-back, in case the US becomes a much more unhealthy place to live. Good luck!
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Postby E_Irizarry » June 8th, 2011, 3:38 pm

If Think Different doesn't mind me paraphrasing here, I feel that you should really, really relocate to Brazil and leave the City of Brothers and Thugs for forever and a day.

What part of Brasil is your Brasileirinha from?

Brazilian economy is on the come-up.
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Postby ladislav » June 8th, 2011, 4:29 pm

That's right. You should be thinking about how YOU could get the Brazilian citizenship instead.
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Postby well-informed » June 8th, 2011, 5:30 pm

It's kinda ironic, because you're in a situation where you can easily live in Brazil. Most of us here want to get out of the USA
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Postby Think Different » June 8th, 2011, 6:25 pm

Skateboard, you and your fiancee need to read this article and think about whether you really want to saddle her with a US citizenship:

http://www.sovereignman.com/expat/us-go ... foreigners
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Postby E_Irizarry » June 8th, 2011, 7:16 pm

well-informed wrote:It's kinda ironic, because you're in a situation where you can easily live in Brazil. Most of us here want to get out of the USA


If I had a close family lineage (all my close family had been here in America too damn long), i still had my job there, and had money, getting back to BR would be a cinch.
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Postby skateboardstephen » June 15th, 2011, 2:44 am

E_Irizarry wrote:If Think Different doesn't mind me paraphrasing here, I feel that you should really, really relocate to Brazil and leave the City of Brothers and Thugs for forever and a day.

What part of Brasil is your Brasileirinha from?

Brazilian economy is on the come-up.
shes from the city of salvadar in bahia brazil
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Postby E_Irizarry » June 15th, 2011, 4:15 pm

skateboardstephen wrote:
E_Irizarry wrote:If Think Different doesn't mind me paraphrasing here, I feel that you should really, really relocate to Brazil and leave the City of Brothers and Thugs for forever and a day.

What part of Brasil is your Brasileirinha from?

Brazilian economy is on the come-up.
shes from the city of salvadar in bahia brazil


OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH i WANT TO A SEE A FOTO OF HER. LOL j/k!!!
I know she has that African blood mixed with indigenous and Euro blood. Yummm-may.
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Postby ErikHeaven » September 12th, 2011, 10:52 pm

Lucky guy to get a brazilian woman. Please find a way to live there.
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Postby Hook » September 13th, 2011, 4:13 am

Think Different wrote:Skateboard, you and your fiancee need to read this article and think about whether you really want to saddle her with a US citizenship:

http://www.sovereignman.com/expat/us-go ... foreigners


I was just going to post that. Getting U.S. citizenship is the worst thing you can do now.

There was an Aussie girl working at an Olive Garden that I eat at. We talked about her stay here and it turns out her dad is a U.S. citizen, but she was born and grew up in Australia. Since her dad is a citizen, she was able to get citizenship when she moved here for the summer.

She was quite upset when I informed her that now she is a citizen, she will have to file 1040 tax forms for the rest of her life. The U.S. is the only advanced country in the world that taxes citizens even when they live abroad.

Check out this story of a foreigner that somehow got the IRS after him:

http://nestmann.sovereignsociety.com/20 ... tizenship/
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