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So my friends and I are thinking of moving to the USA to study there for University and get our degrees over there but we don’t know the right way to go about it? We are trying to plan ahead so that when it comes to when we all turn the right age we can just get everything over and done with because it’s already all planned ... I need like tips like what you need to move , how to apply to universities or colleges (over there) , the differences that we need to be aware of between the uk and the usa etc...
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Also we want to study in Florida to be specific thinking of moving to Alachua ? x
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Just to study, you need a student visa and a lot of money.

It's much more difficult to move permanently unless you have specialist skills.
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(Original post by ohope)
Just to study, you need a student visa and a lot of money.

It's much more difficult to move permanently unless you have specialist skills.
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Step 1: Get $200,000-300,000 each or fully funded scholarships, and get a place at a US university
Step 2: Get your student visa
Step 3: Enrol
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(Original post by Helloworld_95)
Step 1: Get $200,000-300,000 each or fully funded scholarships, and get a place at a US university
Step 2: Get your student visa
Step 3: Enrol
Most people stop at Step 1
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Most people stop at Step 1
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