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Answered: Visa requirements for swiss citizens to enter usa

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Answered: Iam australian citizen , looking to live and work in the USA

This is the official page (see last line) from the US Department of State that deals with Immigrants to the US. The first thing you have to do is read this and you will find many of the answers to your questions. If you don't find the answers, there is a Contact Us link on this page. http://travel ...

Answered: Iam australian citizen , looking to live and work in the USA

In order to live and work in the USA, as an Australian Citizen, you would need to get an E3 Visa. Here is a site with all the information you need: http://www.h1base.com/content/e3visa. As for driving in the US, you should go to your local Australian Automobile Association office (NRMA, RACV, RACQ ...

Answered: Im a us citizen do i need a passport to travel in the us

You only need the U.S. Passport to enter the U.S. but it is an extremely acceptable means for identification.

Answered: I am canadian can i pass the usa border with anny ID

heared the other day yall need a passport dont know when it is going into affect but know it is really soon
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Why doesn't AOL offer a category for senior citizens?

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Who is a citizen?

A naturalized citizen is a foreign national who is granted citizenship in the United States after fulfilling certain requirements. In addition to the United States, many other nations offer naturalization to people who wish to apply for citizenship. The naturalization laws for various countries ...

I am an Australian citizen with a criminal record. What might happen for

I happen to have read your other question in which you stated you were already a citizen of America, so I'm not sure how to respond to this question. If you are not a citizen of America, you will need to apply for a visa. Because you have a criminal record though, you may find it harder to get a ...