Best state to move to? I want to live a comfy life in a quiet warm state and own a bunch of guns. I don't want to have to actually have use them though, I want to live somewhere peaceful
Just get the guns here you retard, it is not hard at all.
Yeah, true. But by playing the system you can get anything you want. At least get your free education before you leave. You will not get work visa let alone Green card without masters degree or Phd.
AZ is a Constitutional Carry State so you dont need a license for CC/OC, this might be different for immigrants but you should be good, dont know about job opportunities in northern areas but Raytheon has a location in Tucson for missile systems.
unless you're way up in the mountains, i can't think of a single place that snows for "most of the year" except for alaska and certain parts of canada
even in northern places you'll only have snow from november - march at the most
you might like utah or colorado, they are OK for gun laws but have pretty good scenery compared to the desert states
I'd say South Dakota is right out then, it's 5℉ right now and tonight it's supposed to hit -30℉. On the upside the summers are pretty nice, a lot of Finns already live here and they seem to have transported some of their autism along with them.
South Dakota has a painfully simple CC license and there has been talk of just removing it all together and making it constitutional carry, otherwise there aren't any weird firearms laws except the last relics of the frontier period where you can shoot at Indians on your property or if they encircle your wagon.
I blame the media, they always present Alaska like it's Hoth 24/7 to make it more interesting to viewers. Lots of parts are perfectly nice and honestly are more livable than my icebox of a state at times.
It's fucking annoying. I'm sitting in downtown Anchorage right now and everyone's pissed as fuck it got above freezing this week. It needs to stay 30* for a week, snow a lot, then go down to -10 for a couple months.
>But apparently some nice weather is too much to fucking ask
>implying 24f isn't just light jacket weather
>Beyond slightly chilly.
Pic related, measured this a week or so ago. In Finland.
It is too much to ask.
What about Arizona? I've always heard good things about that state. I may drown in my own sweat the first few summers but I should get used to it eventually.
How hard is it to actually get a green card for Europeans? I've lived in Canada for a few years before so should that change anything?
>How hard is it to actually get a green card for Europeans?
Kinda hard, but it's slightly harder to get a legit greencard with Canada. If you managed that you should do okay if you find somebody to hire you in the US. I think I went to both websites for the lulz and found I would be totally ineligible for US or Canadian citizen if I wasn't already.
Arizona, New Mexico, Utah are okay, too.
Rural communities won't say shit about guns and no one is liberal here but a few people. Perfect example:
> buddies and I buy some tannerite from theisons
> lol let's just shoot the whole thing after being mixed up and not separate it like it tells you to
> one .308 shot later
> this was done at my buddies grandpa's land, so after he heard it, he drove an atv to us and made sure everyone was alright
> after clean up, we went to his house and apologized
> he forgives us for being 18 and reckless
> no ATF or FBI kidnap us or anyone says a word about an explosion
Iowa is the best I tell ya what