Trump DOJ Sues To Make Sure That Non-US Citizens & Dual Citizens Can Work On International Traffic In Arms Regulation (ITAR) Document Reviews, Etc.

I know dozens of expatriates from the USA who left the country because they either felt forced or just didn’t want to tolerate the BS anymore! We live in all countries around the world – welcomed by our host countries; and we are happy to be living there with FULL STANDING as Citizens. Personally, I find it highly unusual that anybody from any other country anywhere in the world that isn’t run by a dictator or an autocrat whatever want to go to the USA say that cost of living and to pay that price you live there with all the contamination of food, water, are and environment! There would have to be an extremely compelling reason or one to do that and it can’t be good for the USA! LOL ‘Queen Sissy-DumbAss Doofus๐Ÿ’ฉ๐Ÿท’ STRIKES AGAIN! Ta Dahh.. ๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™Š๐Ÿ’ฉ


  1. I am rather mystified by your statement. I guess Latin America is more welcoming than Europe. Most of Latin America came out from under brutal dictatorships so recently that I remain somewhat wary. My experience in Europe, in more recent times, is that they don’t care what color you are they don’t want any immigrants. It’s not that I’m an obnoxious American, either. Many Europeans have thought I was European. I blend perfectly. I have lived off and on in several European countries (and Canada) over the course of several decades and that experience has varied, depending on time and place. However, Europe has never welcomed Americans to work unless they were transferred by companies and/or they had a parent or grandparents who immigrated (or spouse). Ditto for Canada post Vietnam era. I don’t know if these dozens and dozens were in IT or if they had right of return. So many immigrants have come into the USA over the last 100 years and especially last half century that probably the majority have right to return to their indigenous homelands. This may account for the dozens and dozens. There is still a large chunk of the population who have been in the USA longer than grandparents who have no place to go and even if they had a place they have no means to go. These include many African Americans, as well as those who report as “Americans” on the US Census of 2000. Many people are immigrating to the USA to get “minority” subsidies and government contract set asides which were intended for African Americans. Maybe because each time I’ve lived abroad I’ve tried to integrate and didn’t go to American clubs, I’ve missed these ex-pats that you are talking about. There were many European women who came to the US as GI brides. Their children would have right to return abroad. Europe actually has less free speech than the United States and was highly contaminated by Chernobyl. Even if they could work abroad, many Americans can’t afford a bus ticket, let alone a plane ticket.

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