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).