Moving to California in two years?

I'm 16 now, me and three friends are planning to move to California together in two years. This has been our dream for about 8 years now, we've dreamt it since we were young. We all live in the UK, we all have jobs, but two of us one including me have two jobs! I have about £2000 saved already and i've only been working for about 6 months. I haven't spent any money at all, because we all wanna move. All together we have about £11000. Just to be sure, Were thinking about living near either venice beach or hollister. What are the rules for a green card? Btw, in about a year. Were all going on a 2 month holiday there just to make sure thats where we want to live! So what are the rules for a green card? Many thanks Not to mention, we are going to keep saving until we move so we should have a good £50,000 saved up.

Asked By: I ♥ MJ™ - 6/22/2011
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As the other poster pointed out, getting the green card will be difficult. And you probably want to think twice about Hollister. It is actually a fairly poor farming community, about five hours north of Los Angeles. Absolutely nothing glamorous about it... More
Answered By: Will - 6/22/2011
Additional Answers (5) Should have all your green card questions. However, I don't suggest moving with friends to a place. Last time I tried that, I ended up losing 2 of the 3 friends.
Answered By: Kyle Winnar - 6/22/2011
The rules for a green card is that you pretty much have to marry, join the army. The third option you have is that if you have a very high degree and if some company will sponsor you because they really want you, you can after a few years apply for a green card. It is very difficult to get one. So if you don't want to... More
Answered By: Johannes Bergstrom - 6/22/2011
It seems like every other young person in England wants to move to the United States. We (the Los Angeles section) get this question about a dozen times a day. For starters Brits do NOT qualify for the Green Card lottery. There are just too many Brits trying to move here, and the immigration quota is always booked up... More
Answered By: Peedlepup - 6/22/2011
Trust me, if you want thrills, move to London. There is really nothing special about Los Angeles... More
Answered By: мᴀD Dσɢ - 6/22/2011
Sorry to crush your dream but California sucks. 10% sales tax, too many races, and pure bankruptcy adds to the suckiness of California. I would love to live in the UK and trust me you should stay there!
Answered By: Lemonade Is good - 6/22/2011
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