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Green Card/Student Visa?

Hiiii;

Currently, I am a 16 years old french student and I have always dreamed of living in the United States. But I’m not sure how to do it, there are too many procedures and all that is new to me.

So I would like to be in possession of a Green Card, in order to become a permanent resident in the United States so that I can work there. However, in order to obtain this type of VISA, you must either be married, have a family relationship with an American or be sponsored by an entrepreneur who lives in that country. However, I do not meet any of these criteria... Marrying an American person is the only thing I can do, despite the fact that doing this is so degrading... I really don’t know what to do...

The lottery in order to obtain that is an alternative, but it may take too many years... And I’m not sure of winning...

I forgot to mention that I'm preparing for my exams (which are going to valid my english skills), to be able to become an American student, and therefore to be able to apply for a university there. This means that if all goes well I would have a student VISA...

But I want to work in America; I specifically want to do night jobs, such as becoming a rapper or singer (don't judge me imaooo xD). I know, it’s so not going to happen, but like I’m willing to do anything. It’s kind of my American dream x)

In order to do this, do you need a student visa (60% of your time can work) or a green card (work when you want)?

Thank you for answering! Hiiii;

Currently, I am a 16 years old french student and I have always dreamed of living in the United States. But I’m not sure how to do it, there are too many procedures and all that is new to me.

So I would like to be in possession of a Green Card, in order to become a permanent resident in the United States so that I can work there. However, in order to obtain this type of VISA, you must either be married, have a family relationship with an American or be sponsored by an entrepreneur who lives in that country. However, I do not meet any of these criteria... Marrying an American person is the only thing I can do, despite the fact that doing this is so degrading... I really don’t know what to do...

The lottery in order to obtain that is an alternative, but it may take too many years... And I’m not sure of winning...

I forgot to mention that I'm preparing for my exams (which are going to valid my english skills), to be able to become an American student, and therefore to be able to apply for a university there. This means that if all goes well I would have a student VISA...

But I want to work in America; I specifically want to do night jobs, such as becoming a rapper or singer (don't judge me imaooo xD). I know, it’s so not going to happen, but like I’m willing to do anything. It’s kind of my American dream x)

In order to do this, do you need a student visa (60% of your time can work) or a green card (work when you want)?

Thank you for answering!

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