I want to live in the USA! is an often expressed
wish from many, especially those from countries that
are economically challenged, feel oppressed or just
want a new start.
The U.S. remains one of the most
attractive destinations. The Lawful Permanent Resident
status ( or Green Card ) is the Holy grail sought by most immigrants. Immigrating to the
United States is a complex procedure with no guarantee
of success. Here you should find information that
should make the process easier for you and enable
you to make informed decisions.
The information found here includes:
- The various ways to get a Green Card: Work,
( Lottery may go away! ),
in the US, e.t.c.
- The several things that if you do MAY disqualify you
- The other alternatives to the Green Card including immigration to
Canada, Australia and Southern Africa.
- Problems you may have to deal with in your new Country,
including settling in, Racism, Raising Kids, etc
- Links to resources and HOW TOs including US government
How Africans under-developed Africa
Consider all the devastation
your action in going to the west is likely to cause
to your home country,especially in professional areas
in healthcare ( Doctors, Nurses) and academics and
foremost, your contribution to manpower and capital
flight. If there are problems at home, who will provide solutions if bright people such as you do not?
Forms, HOWTOs, Updates, more Information
Know about STEM!
Missing the dream
My Credt Card?
Pharmacy:157,000 by 2020 (The Pharmacy Manpower Project,2002)
RNs:118,000 by 2020 (American Hospital Association, April 2006)
Know about STEM
Over 4m healthcare workers needed urgently in 57 countries, 36 in
sub-Saharan Africa" (WHO April 2006)
World Bank Report, ~ 42% of Kenyans in America are "brain wasted"!
Choose a Career wisely. These are the skills that are in demand now and in the future
The USA, the UK, Canada, Australia rather than train their own nurses, is promoting the recruitment
of foreign medical workers, especially from African countries, who just barely manage to train their own medical workers,
and is in need more than developed world.
Well, whose fault is it? We choose to take the bait? What do you thing?