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Offline LibertarianAu

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Introduction
« on: February 10, 2013, 10:48:19 AM »
Hey,

I am a student from Australia. I hold very libertarian views, but I'd more readily describe them as anarchist.

I am a deontological libertarian - I think government is undesirable because of the nn-aggression principle, not the statistical advantages the free market provides. I do, however, get along with most Libertarians of all stripes.

I am a huge fan of American history and am trying to find a place to settle down for the rest of my life.

Planning on undertaking a law degree following my undergrad, and would like to look into the United States as a potential option - specifically New Hampshire due to the strong sense of liberty within and the amazing scenery.

What are my potential options? Is it possible to eventually gain citizenship as a student? How would I go about getting a student visa? Are there many decent law schools in New Hampshire? What are their general admissions requirements? (GPA wise if you have the details).

Thanks :)

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Re: Introduction
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2013, 05:58:14 PM »
Not sure on all the visa requirements. I don't think it is hard to get a student visa, but I could be wrong. I could talk to Stephen from New Zealand to see if he knows.

I do hope you are able to visit and move to NH if liberty is your goal. It makes a world of difference being near folks who also value peace and liberty and you'll have instant and lifelong friends.

Please let us know when you will be in NH for a visit and consider coming to Porcfest 2013 if you are able. www.porcfest.com

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Re: Introduction
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2013, 11:35:58 AM »
Welcome!  Sorry I don't have the answers to your question, but perhaps Google does?
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