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Want go to USA? Try your luck with 2015 DVLOTTERY

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by HeRBaR, Oct 3, 2013.

  1. HeRBaR

    HeRBaR Supreme Member

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    I just filled my application :)
    I know personally more then 5 people that have win from 2013 and 2014 dvlottery application...
    Try your luck to win a Green Card if you are from the eligible countries...

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  2. pokerkirby

    pokerkirby Newbie

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    Not sure they could pay me to go there to be honest - Once upon a time sure, now I don't think so
     
  3. MachineLord

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    Fucking lottery. To enter the country and live there.! Absurd!
     
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  4. DanDanger

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    US citizens leaving and denouncing their citizenship is the highest its ever been. You must be mad to want to live in the US!

    There's so much wrong with that country I don't know where to start.
     
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    Is a yacht waiting for me there?
     
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    Yes, and so many perfect organized public services that adore to serve you
     
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  8. pokerkirby

    pokerkirby Newbie

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    I guess my other thought is I really would not want to live in a country that has a hard on for war wherever possible.

    Be worries enough to go on holiday there.
     
  9. HeRBaR

    HeRBaR Supreme Member

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    Depends on how you see it :)
    I don't want to live there my whole life anyway, just 2-3 years to see what can I do and what are the possibilities, more like a long vacation then a total relocation :D
    Beside this, is better for someone to try his luck in US then in a second or third world country, where to make a normal life is very difficult and IM is not a word at all and you can't find it even at the dictionary
     
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    Been in US twice. If you dont have a base where to land, you will get crushed very soon in everything you do.
     
  11. Underrated

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    I thought it was some reward for like a 1 week vacation on Florida or something, not for a green card LOL
     
  12. euros123dotcom

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    I lived in the US (Florida) and in Central America (including the so called "third world countries") and let me tell you, it is easier to survive in a third world country than in hyper-regulated countries like the US. Living in Europe right now and if you want to sell some fucking ice cream on the street you have to go through fire hops of bureaucracy that makes you throw up, even before you start! There is not much wiggle room left to do ANYTHING entrepreneurial like. In Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala: JUST DO IT. Papers? No need or pay 20 bucks to someones cousin. One day people sell ice on the street, the other day they offer legal advice or sell shoes. Ask any unemployed European if he has the flexibility to just go out and work for his food & rent. Nope. Rules, rules and more rules drive you to stay in the unemployment line or to go criminal.

    My opinion.

    And, no thanks to living in the US. The poverty there is astonishing...
     
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    I can go there on vacation and that's all. Don't want to live there! :))
     
  14. torched

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    The United States has a lot of different cultures but it's core culture is not for everyone, I know people who come here from China, India, and Australia and they all say that its very different. About 70% of them love it and do their best to try and stay as long as they can and get permanent residency and about 30% hate it and want to leave and go back home as soon as they finish their degrees. The only way to know if you'll like it or not is to spend some time living here and see for yourself. Yes if you want to open a juice cart it's much easier and faster in costa rica or thailand but having an office with 10 employees and speaking with many other startup founders the only ones who have felt there is too much regulation are the ones in industries that are regulated heavily in any country (finance, "defense" aka military, insurance, biotech, food/beverages, medicine etc). In fact here is something interesting I came across, 40% of Americas 500 biggest companies were created either by immigrants or their 1st generation children:

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/stuarta...nies-founded-by-immigrants-or-their-children/

     
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  15. The Scarlet Pimp

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    many foreigners want to go there and many locals want to leave. this is a great time to start a relocation service!
     
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  16. larrydetuvi

    larrydetuvi Regular Member

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    I wouldn't go to live in the US, maybe as a tourist but not for living.
     
  17. euros123dotcom

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    You made me laugh :) Always thinking business. Good one.
     
  18. euros123dotcom

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    I have nothing against the US per se. I lived there and loved the people, made great friends and I am not some "America basher", to the contrary, moved back to Europe and think that things here are worse in terms of regulations and strangling the little guy.

    Forbes article is funny, because you could take any US company and they where ALL founded by immigrants! Maybe you will find half a dozen companies that sell Navajo necklaces or some Sioux moccasins, but everyone else has European or African ancestors.
     
  19. metalfreek

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    Well I might try my luck this time around but I am happy with what I have right now. If I earn $350 a month, I will have a very nice life here in my country and to just survive I might have to work my ass off if I was in US. So, my philosophy is earn in US dollar and live in third world country. Its the perfect combination.
     
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  20. euros123dotcom

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    You Sir have a good philosophy :) This is what I am aiming for. Eastern Europe is the same: cheap, cheap food, beautiful girls, dream skiing resorts for less than 40 Bucks/week. Earn Euros and live either very far south or east.