• British passport?

    am I eligible for a British passport if my dad was born there and still a British citizen ?? he moved to Aus before I was born but never changed his citizenship. I am from aus
    am I eligible for a British passport if my dad was born there and still a British citizen ?? he moved to Aus before I was born but never changed his citizenship. I am from aus
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can a felon find a new life abroad?

    I was a teenage felon and that basically means that you are denied service in the USA. A felon is one who can be legally discriminated against and background checks are done for everything. I want to move abroad but it seems that those countries are just as unfair. If so them where is the nearest gun shop and... show more
    I was a teenage felon and that basically means that you are denied service in the USA. A felon is one who can be legally discriminated against and background checks are done for everything. I want to move abroad but it seems that those countries are just as unfair. If so them where is the nearest gun shop and how many women and children can I take out before they put ten in the back of my head?
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What effect does the looming government shutdown have on American tourists currently staying in a foreign country?

    As long as their passports are current, do they need to worry about anything? Will that effect their ability to return to the United States?
    As long as their passports are current, do they need to worry about anything? Will that effect their ability to return to the United States?
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Do churches in mexico offer sanctuary protection to illegal immigrants from other countries ?

    Best answer: Are you kidding?

    They can't even offer sanctuary protection to American citizens.

    Walk down the street of any major American city on your average weekday you will see plenty of two things:

    1) Homeless people.
    2) Empty churches with locked doors.
    Best answer: Are you kidding?

    They can't even offer sanctuary protection to American citizens.

    Walk down the street of any major American city on your average weekday you will see plenty of two things:

    1) Homeless people.
    2) Empty churches with locked doors.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why doesn't London help in creating a more protective U.S. embassy?

    I saw President Trump's tweets on the U.S. embassy in London. He said it was moved to make it more 'secure'? My question is: why haven't you guys made the already existing U.S. embassy secure to what it should be? We have a UK embassy all over the U.S. and I'm pretty sure they are secure. ... show more
    I saw President Trump's tweets on the U.S. embassy in London. He said it was moved to make it more 'secure'? My question is: why haven't you guys made the already existing U.S. embassy secure to what it should be? We have a UK embassy all over the U.S. and I'm pretty sure they are secure. Why haven't you guys pulled your weight in this issue? Please - let's have this discussion without being politically correct. If our president didn't tweet about this, we wouldn't have known.
    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • Highest Paying Jobs in England?

    Best answer: FBI foreign offices employ US workers who are able to get work visas via US/UK agreements. No FBI job is super well paid, they are public servants after all. It's also very difficult to get into the FBI. So as your Plan B to live in the UK you'll want to get an advanced STEM degree as those are the only... show more
    Best answer: FBI foreign offices employ US workers who are able to get work visas via US/UK agreements. No FBI job is super well paid, they are public servants after all. It's also very difficult to get into the FBI. So as your Plan B to live in the UK you'll want to get an advanced STEM degree as those are the only ones most likely to qualify you for a UK work visa.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why are we, the usa the only country in the free world that makes getting a visa to china so hard?

    Best answer: China bases its visa policy on what Chinese citizens need to do to get a U.S. visa.
    Best answer: China bases its visa policy on what Chinese citizens need to do to get a U.S. visa.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Does the US embassy know about my previous visitor visa applications that were denied ?

    like, do they know my previous answers and details ? i have been denied two times and i really want to go. there is a question that says " have you ever been denied a visa" i am thinking about answering with "no" to increase my chances of getting an approval help me please
    like, do they know my previous answers and details ? i have been denied two times and i really want to go. there is a question that says " have you ever been denied a visa" i am thinking about answering with "no" to increase my chances of getting an approval help me please
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • If I gave more than a 30 day notice to move out on Jan 27, am I liable for the remaining 4 days in Jan?

    Rental unit is in CA. We have lived here almost 5 years. We are moving out of the country and have our plane tickets to fly out on 1/27. Our landlord says we hav to pay full month. An extra $300+ But on page 1 of our latest month to month lease it states, “Tenancy start date: September 1, 2016. Rent for Any... show more
    Rental unit is in CA. We have lived here almost 5 years. We are moving out of the country and have our plane tickets to fly out on 1/27. Our landlord says we hav to pay full month. An extra $300+ But on page 1 of our latest month to month lease it states, “Tenancy start date: September 1, 2016. Rent for Any partial month shall be prorated at the amount of 1/30th of the monthly rent per day.”
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Can stones and masks hinder the move of US-embassy to Jerusalem?

    Best answer: Probably not, but the unavailability of land to build on in that densely populated city likely will. Unless Israel is willing to relocate many people and tear down their homes there's simply no place to put something as big as a US Embassy compound in Jerusalem.
    Best answer: Probably not, but the unavailability of land to build on in that densely populated city likely will. Unless Israel is willing to relocate many people and tear down their homes there's simply no place to put something as big as a US Embassy compound in Jerusalem.
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • How do i get a senior citizen id card?

    13 answers · 2 months ago
  • Planning to travel to the UK, but Visa problem?

    Hi everyone. I'm from Pakistan and belong to a well-educated family. My relatives live in the UK. I am a self-employed individual. Basically, I am a freelancer. I am planning to settle in the UK. However, I have read an article that claims that Pakistani citizens or other Asians are deliberately rejected visas... show more
    Hi everyone. I'm from Pakistan and belong to a well-educated family. My relatives live in the UK. I am a self-employed individual. Basically, I am a freelancer. I am planning to settle in the UK. However, I have read an article that claims that Pakistani citizens or other Asians are deliberately rejected visas so that visa department office can make as much cash as possible. I have never applied for a visa, but before applying for a visa, I would want to know that is this actually true? I was reading this:- https://www.dawn.com/news/1243537
    9 answers · 2 months ago