Yes. British-Australian. Born British and naturalized Australian.
There is definately a lot of Americans here. It can be slightly annoying because every now and then some Americans will think that the same laws that apply in their country apply to all countries (eg the famous "If you are born in a country does that make you a citizen even if your parents are there illegally" it actually does if you're born in the US and Canada but most countries have tighter laws than that).
No. I am Indian.
I suggest that those asking question about visa, immigration, citizenship issues should indicate outright their citizenship so that answers given would be appropriate.
yes me to,just dont write anything critcal of Obama and his wife and you wont get deleted and a nasty letter,
i aplied for my wife a visa i was declined because lack of support after a letter from the senate it was over turned yet she is still in india we have been married 21/2 years why are indians running ...
in 2007,when i was 17 years old, I have B2 tourist visa to United States. I very like and really want to learn in high school in United States. But with visa B2, no school get me in. i met one people....