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We see our futures differently and he doesn''t want to commit.. help?

A:  Yes, you leave. Make what you want of your life and let him do the same. Yes, it sucks, but not as bad as resenting each other a few years down the road. You''ll have to find a partner who wants the same life that you do. This one isn''t it, unfortunately. Move on. If he told you flat out that he does not want to get married than you have no choice but to go for what you want. He is letting you know that he is there on a temporary basis. Moving in together without a mutual distinct plan never works. In the future don''t put the horse before the carriage. MOVE ON. You have goals that you would like to accomplish within the next 5 years he doesn''t since he sees himself doing what he is doing now. Do you want to continue a life with a man that has no plans for the...

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Can I apply for a B2 when I''m in the US?

A:  A B-2 visa is the ''regular tourist visa.'' If a citizen of a foreign country wishes to enter the United States, they are generally required to obtain a US visa, which will allow them to present themselves to an immigration official at the U.S. border for entry into the U.S. A visa is normally obtained at a U.S. Consulate outside the United States. Visas cannot be ''renewed.'' Once one expires, a new one must be applied for. A US visa does not guarantee entry into the United States. A visa is issued by a Department of State Consular Office abroad. You might have entered the U.S. using the Visa Waiver Program which means the B-2 visa requirement was waived (not asked for) at the time of your arrival. An alien admitted under the VWP cannot receive an extension of stay or change non-immigrant...

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Which country would you want to live in?

A:  i would like to live in India, not because of history, but because of its culture, its tradition which is the best. the unity of Indians. duh..the USA because it has more freedoms how much money am i given? if a lot, then Europe will be wonderful. if i need to work then US is better option... and as far as China and India , i can always visit either way:) Permanently in the USA, but make long visits to several others. Why is everyone saying the USA is "free"? The USA is not as free as you all think it is. I would like to live in America during an earlier time....

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What''s it like to be the father of a baby given up for adoption?

A:  Whilst I can''t tell you what my dad feels/felt, I can tell you the bits I''ve been told. Ok, first off, I was born in England in 1972. My dad was 19 and in the army, and my mom was a single parent who was 20. My dad wasn''t put on the birth certificate because the dad had to be present at the time of the registration of the birth back then (there''ve been moves to change this in the last year, but I dunno if the moves have gone through yet or not), and he was off doing army stuff. I don''t know if he saw me at all between when I was born and when I was palmed off onto the first people who walked through the door wanting to walk away with a 7mth old kid, or not, but I do know that he knew about me because (according to my mom), he went ballistic at her in one of the local Working Man''s...

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Are there car hire companies that allow you to hire a car in Europe and drop it off in the UK?

A:  You''ll never find a company who would do that beside which the cost to you would be enormous, you would the the hire charge, the fuel, the channel ferry and finally you would have to pay for the car to be returned to Turkey. The sensible thing is to contact an international shipping company like Pickford''s they will put you in touch which there agent or partner company in Turkey who will give you a price for shipping the goods as a part load with other peoples goods in a container that is being shipped to the UK, the goods are collected from and delivered to your door....

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We would really like to adopt a child?

A:  I know how much you would like to have a younger child, but please consider this. Of the 145 million orphans in the world, 95% of them are over the age of 4. The fact is, there just is not a need for people to adopt younger children. There are far too many people who want them. That is why the wait is so long. Grade school age children desperately need parents, yet no one wants to adopt them. We are adopting two boys fromt the Philippines, age 4 and 10. The whole process will have taken less than a year. You aren''t going to be able to circumvent the rules to get what you want. This is about finding homes for a child, not providing children to those who want them. You and your husband are older, and the older you get, the less opportunities you are going to have to...

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What is the best branch in the military to enlist to?

A:  No branch is better than the other. There is no ''best branch.'' They all have their own respectable roles. depends on what you want, if you want a technical job in a relaxed environment join the air force, if you want to be on a boat for months at a time and see the world join the navy, if you want to stay in the states and spend a lot of time on the water join the coast guard, if you want the best equipment and a big $ bonus for joining then join the army, and if you want the toughest with a guarantee of combat join the marine corps (and go infantry). no matter what you are looking for, talking with a recruiter for each of the branches is the best way to get information, or the official military sites on the internet. All serve a great purpose and depending on what you want to do...

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What are your thoughts here A Portrait of Unauthorized Immigrants in the United States?

A:  and adjusted to compensate for undercount. what does this mean, this is not an accurate report, too many adjustments and estimates. where are the estimates or rather the facts on how many citizens are murdered everyday by illegals or the molestations, or the disease estimates. I would not believe what pewhispanic said in the first place, I will stick to reading the facts! Let me paint you my own portrait of these individuals. These millions of invaders come across the border hoping to suck the blood out of us legal taxpayers and then proceed to dupe the politicians in high places like Bush and his smooth talking replacement. They leach off our health care system going to the ER and then are not required to pay but believe me you and I pay their bills for them. It...

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Can the state say my little brother is not allowed to see me or talk to me?

A:  Sadly yes, the state and/or his aunt and uncle can refuse to let him talk to you or anyone else they want to. I know it sucks but there isn''t anything you can do about it. Would his aunt and uncle allow contact with just you. I suspect hey are probably trying to keep your mom from having much contact with him. When my little sister was a minor, her dad has custody. I went to him and asked for permission to contact her and he said as long as I didn''t let our mother have any contact with her then I could contact her all I wanted. You can also keep talking via facebook. I know 6 years seems like forever, but when he is 18 no one can tell him he can''t talk to you. Just make sure to keep the same e mail address in case someone finds out you are communicating and...

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Im a British citizen. If my child is born in the US can I get residency to live there?

A:  No you cant, The child can apply for you like you said but: It needs to be 21 and you need to be out of the country. YOu could always marry the father. You have 3 choices: 1) get married to the father and apply for an adjustment of status 2) leave the baby in the US with his father or foster parents and return to the UK, then have your child sponsor you when he turns 21 3) return to the UK with your baby (if the father does not fight for shared custody) and when your child is 21 he can sponsor you to live in the US Having a baby in the US doesn''t give you any rights to stay. If you don''t want to wait 21 years before you can legally live in the US, you have to marry your baby''s father if you want to stay. Otherwise you have to return to the UK - with or without...