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LuckyPhil

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Fakin' it
« on: November 13, 2010, 10:07:24 am »

I'm in Sydney, Australia, but I can pull a decent "american sounding" accent.
You might think the accent was a little off, but you'd never pick it was an Aussie accent.
If I flew to the USA, destroyed my paperwork, changed my name and "spoke all American like", what would be involved for me to get "legit" so I can do my part for freedom without fear of being detained and deported?
Can anyone suggest why this wouldn't work, aside from my own screwing up?
I could claim to have been born in a cult, never gotten the right "papers please"... or something...
I would also be clever enough to do this in a location this thing might go on and do what's needed with the local authorities before making my move north east I could claim to have broken free, want to open a bank account and get a job, ask them to give me what I have a right to as someone born on "their soil", etc, etc...
I would love nothing more than to move to New Hampshire permanently. I have enough savings for me to get by work free for 6 months and I'm not afraid to work hard and live well within my means.
I am not looking for a holier than thou argument re pros and cons of me going underground, etc. I just want to do a little trickery to be recognized as a resident so I can participate in the FSP and join a wonderful community of activist who I hope to soon call my friends.
Thanks
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Re: Fakin' it
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2010, 01:22:59 pm »

Fly to Mexico, swim across the Rio Grande,  get a latino sounding name, every thing will be handed to you!   Drive licenses, health care, SSI, a job, welfare, house, food stamps, etc.   :P
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Re: Fakin' it
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2010, 04:15:26 pm »

Just find someone here that is recently dead on the other coast preferably or from a remote area.  Assume their identity and run with it. (I won't tell)
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Re: Fakin' it
« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2010, 04:16:27 pm »

I know this is crazy talk... but have you considered the boring legal options?
If you have a degree in computer science or a background in health care, there are employers here who will pay for the lawyers and take care of the paperwork for you.
It may even be worthwhile to get a degree in, say, comp sci or nursing where you are, and then come over. Nursing especially -- you can pretty much take your pick of places as a nurse, there's a chronic shortage.

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Re: Fakin' it
« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2010, 04:22:17 pm »

I know this is crazy talk... but have you considered the boring legal options?
If you have a degree in computer science or a background in health care, there are employers here who will pay for the lawyers and take care of the paperwork for you.
It may even be worthwhile to get a degree in, say, comp sci or nursing where you are, and then come over. Nursing especially -- you can pretty much take your pick of places as a nurse, there's a chronic shortage.

Pretty much this.
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Re: Fakin' it
« Reply #5 on: November 15, 2010, 08:51:08 pm »

Some people can still live below the radar but it takes a lot of flexibility, sacrifice, hassle factor and creativity.   
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Re: Fakin' it
« Reply #6 on: November 15, 2010, 09:31:37 pm »

Fly to Mexico, swim across the Rio Grande,  get a latino sounding name, every thing will be handed to you!   Drive licenses, health care, SSI, a job, welfare, house, food stamps, etc.   :P

...and then he woke up...... ::)
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Re: Fakin' it
« Reply #7 on: November 16, 2010, 06:07:29 am »

I was looking for a serious answer, if i was to appear to be a local who never got their papers... what would be involved to get said papers? :)
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Re: Fakin' it
« Reply #8 on: November 16, 2010, 04:35:08 pm »

I was looking for a serious answer, if i was to appear to be a local who never got their papers... what would be involved to get said papers? :)

A birth certificate
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