Moving to the US for permanent residence.

Moving to the US for permanent residence.
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Moving to the US for permanent residence.
20 Feb 2017, 15:20.
We are going to move to the USA permanently this year. Everything is in order with the documents, the child grew up (in July, six years is performed), nothing good changes at home – it’s time to go)) In this regard, as you know, there are many questions, the head splits from planning the trip. And I’ll start my questioning with. school. Yes, yes, it was with the questions tied to the school. And now I’ll explain why (if I’m wrong in my thinking, then I ask you to correct me right away).
1. To what date do you need to apply to the school to receive the child? After all, we do not plan our departure tomorrow or next week, and somewhere closer to the summer, will not it be too late to file documents? Like, they say – the recruitment of children is closed, there are no more places … What is the deadline?
2. I understand that in six years in America, children are already going to Elementary School (full-time lessons from 9.00 to 15.00). But, in Elementary School there are already prepared children after Kindergarten. They can read, write and read, it may not be perfect – but still … Do they want to take the child to school, if he does not know how, and why he can not – the level of English knowledge in the child at a minimum level. We, of course, are preparing for the move, but you understand that this is a completely different level. Do not make us go to Kindergarten at the age of six?
3. In all schools there is an extension? How many hours? How much does it cost to leave a child for prolongation? At first it is important, as the child will be easier to adapt among peers, again English (often on the extension for such children just teach additional English), plus at home he used to go to different classes (sports and developmental). Yes, and it will be easier for us with work – we will be able to work peacefully with my wife, otherwise I will have to pull my family alone, and my wife will sit with the small one.
Something like that.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
20 Feb 2017, 20:12.
Not knowing what status you are moving to the US, it is difficult to advise something.
About the general algorithm for enrolling children in American schools, described here Schoolboy goes to the US (Baltimore MD)
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
20 Feb 2017, 21:59.
1. From any – constantly comes a bunch of people with children on H1B after the beginning of the academic year – all take.
2. Do not zashviyat. They will take it as it is, can recommend additional lessons. In general, you have a very optimistic view of the level of schooling in the US – in fact, children like here and do not load (from the word at all). Sytautsiya change in the upper grades and beyond.
3. Not at all. Sometimes it can be seen, for example, here’s Attachments.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
20 Feb 2017, 22:09.
Reason: Section 1.22 of the forum rules http://forum.awd.ru/rules.php.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
20 Feb 2017, 22:31.
Go to school as soon as you arrived. There are no time limits for the start of training. Since you are required to take your & quot; propiska & quot; under any circumstances, then they will take it when you arrive.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 13, 2017, 12:10.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 13, 2017, 12:52.
You do not think about it and ask about it. The very first and most important question for any immigrant is the legality of his stay on the promised land. He is an alpha, he is also an omega.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 13, 2017, 16:42.
But you were rightly told – do not confuse tourism and emigration. Even for a resident, a visit to the Emergency Room will cost hundreds of dollars even for normal insurance. For a tourist – this is probably thousands, which is not a fact that they will be covered by travel insurance.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 13, 2017, 21:02.
At school, you can skip a couple of days without a certificate. It is necessary to call in the morning (in any case, with or without help) and warn that the child will not appear in school. Otherwise they will start looking. It is impossible to miss a lot in the year, since then commissions and investigations will begin, what kind of problems (health or something else).
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 13, 2017, 23:05.
At school, you can skip a couple of days without a certificate. It is necessary to call in the morning (in any case, with or without help) and warn that the child will not appear in school. Otherwise they will start looking. It is impossible to miss a lot in the year, since then commissions and investigations will begin, what kind of problems (health or something else).
What schools and school doctors, if the author wrote in black and white, that they are “tourists”?
Training on a tourist visa is prohibited by law.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 13, 2017, 23:58.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 14, 2017, 09:45.
I did not touch upon the ethical side of the question at all.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 14, 2017, 10:38.
As a rule, for study in the US, a study visa is required. But if the training program does not provide for a diploma, and it takes up to 18 hours a week to complete it, you can participate in it by being in the United States on a tourist visa (B2). In this case, request in the educational institution documents that will confirm the possibility of your training in the proposed program while staying in the US on a B2 visa.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 14, 2017, 10:51.
This applies only to any additional courses, but not to schooling.
Re: Moving to the US for permanent residence.
Mar 14, 2017, 12:30.
illegal = resident, the tourist does not have such an opportunity.
the author would watch films about those who left prison and trying to improve their lives. To be mentally prepared. And not about decent schools to dream.
Are you seriously? As noticed nat_ru.
Approximate plan: to come to B1 / B2, get a man for a hard physical work (most likely a loader, because firms for “laundering” chemicals, waste and crime scenes are held by Dominicans and Mexicans, how can a white gentleman condescend to them? ), a woman, if lucky, will find a couple of clients for cleaning. Although here the cubes and Mexican dumping prices.
What kind of child, school? They will work for 12-15 hours, and spend 2-3 more on “search for new opportunities”. To sleep in snatches, eat / plump the cheapest products (and compare them with really tasty Ukrainian ones), to save for the slaughter of a killed micro apartment (more likely a room, with the same mountain of migrants). Earn at best, 30-35 tons / year. This is the lower limit of the subsistence minimum per 1 adult. For a normal life, you need from 70. The middle class, about 100+.
For 2-3 years to ruin the health (back, joints), illegally and shy away when mentioning the ICE, respectively, do not have the opportunity to contact the police (the same accident), a bunch of bureaucratic red tape and dreams of career growth to the employee of fast food cuisine, for all the same minimalk. The bonus is the fear of losing your job, eternal quarrels with your wife and a very uncertain future for the child.


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