BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you are unhappy with the ultimate results of the ongoing 2020 Presidential Election, BocaNewsNow.com is making it easy for you to learn how to immigrate to other popular lands. We are providing links to the immigration systems for Canada, New Zealand, Australia — and for those in Boca Raton and Delray Beach hoping to be closer to the money they’re hiding — the Cayman Islands.
For Canada Immigration and Citizenship, please use this link. You start with a permanent resident card and then move forward. You can also request refugee and asylum protection. Note that entrance to Canada during COVID-19 is slightly more challenging than the normal “just drive in” system that is traditionally in place for United States residents.
New Zealand is a bit of a trek but once you’re there, you’re there. The challenge right now is gaining entrance. From the New Zealand immigration website: “Applications from people outside New Zealand for most temporary visas remain suspended. Entry to New Zealand from all countries remains strictly controlled.” You can also claim asylum, although we’re not quite sure how one physically in the United States ends up seeking asylum on an island far, far away.
In Australia, Immigration and Citizenship requests are handled by the Department of Home Affairs. Having permanent employment lined up in Australia appears to be one of the fastest routes to citizenship, but there are other options as well. We encourage you review all of your choices on the official Australia immigration and citizenship website.
If moving to the Caymans is what you seek, it appears marrying a “Caymanian” may be your fastest path. We assume marrying a “Caywomanian” is also acceptable. Another option is living legally in the Caymans for at least five years. All of your options can be found here.
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