They would be welcome in the USA, but they’d have to be able to speak Spanish/s
no they would not be welcomed here in the U.S., they have to be an illegal alien from Mexico or S. A. to be accepted here.
Our friends came here from England in ‘98, for similar reasons. He’s been on a work visa in an IT position. They’ve been struggling for years to get through the bureacratic nightmare of our immigration process. It took until a few months ago to clear the Dept of Labor, which now permits them to apply for a green card. In the meantime, he remains locked in with a single employer, the kids grow up, and neither the teenagers nor the wife are allowed to seek employment to help save for college. Unfortunately, the US has not been extending the welcome mat to educated European immigrants in recent years.
The last thing we need in the US are a bunch of UK and EU ex-pats.
If you live in a state where you’re being overrun with California liberals fleeing the results of their past political choices, as we are here in NV, you know what I’m talking about.
These immigrants show up in a conservative state (or country, in the case of the US) and immediately start trying to turn their new home into what they just left.
No, the UK ex-pats, with their penchant for multiculturalism and gun control, can go elsewhere.
Very funny, but unfortunately too close to the truth.
“Press 1 for English” soon to be replaced by “Pulsar 2 para Ingles”.
I wouldn't welcome them.
They are fleeing the effects of population growth (one such effect is liberal thinking and governing).
We don't need to add to our own already over the top population growth from existing immigration.