Originally Posted by Le GoogelGuRu
When I graduate, I plan on moving to the US and going to university down there somewhere; probably Virginia/DC, Arkansas or New York.
How much hassle is there changing citizenships or whatever you do to become a resident of another country? Any info will be appreciated? can you be a resident of Canada and the US at the same time?
Arkansas?? Dude I've been there (My dad's from there) and I can tell you there is absolutely nothing there man.
This is where my dad is from.
Newton County: Land Area, 2,132 km (602 mi), Population, 8,608
most people who go to college in Arkansas go to study to become Foresters or get degrees in Agriculture.
Don't get me wrong now it's a very beautiful state the northern part is in the heart of the ozark mountains and it's very hilly and full of trees, the rest of the state is very flat and is just farm land...so yeah if you really love that kind of stuff then that would be a good place to go!
but the other places like, Virginia, DC, New York are alot bigger so that might be your cup of tea, all a matter of personal preference! but yeah what kind of degree are you wanting to get?