I am a 18 year old with a IB diploma who has a Iranian passport. Is there any way I could immigrate to The US?

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  • Foofa
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    If you happen to have a US citizen immediate family member you could receive sponsorship that way.

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  • Traci
    Lv 5
    8 months ago

    NO! We have enough Iranians as it is!

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  • Lisa A
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    You need your US citizen parent, sibling, or spouse to fill out for I-130 to get the process started.

    That is the only way that you would qualify.

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  • 8 months ago

    Not realistically. There are many countries that are similar but would be more welcoming. Look into Canada or the EU.

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  • 8 months ago

    Even if you didn't hold an Iranian passport, at 18 with no useful qualifications you have no way to qualify for a work visa

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  • 8 months ago

    Iran needs your skills and abilities. Stay there,

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  • 8 months ago

    Of course not, unless you have an immediate relative who is a US citizen & who earns enough to support self, all dependents, plus you, has a home in US for you, and is willing to sponsor your immigration. If it's a sibling, you will wait in your country until your Priority Date on the petition filed by your sibling becomes current, and over this year so far, waits have been running 13-15 years before you get an interview for a visa.

    You are uneducated, unskilled, inexperienced, and just as useless as most of the millions of American high school grads trying to get into low-end, low-paid entry-level jobs when they have little to nothing to offer employers. Maybe your high school graduation means something in your country, but it is worthless - "uneducated, untrained, unskilled, inexperienced" - in job markets in most countries around the world these days. You have nothing to offer, so why would anyone want you? At this point, you are just another teenager who needs to rely on mommy & daddy.

    IF you ever get an exceptional education, exceptional experience & expertise in short supply somewhere & are NEEDED somewhere, you are just another one of the billion-adult worldwide labor glut. A billion more adults on the planet than there are jobs. And another billion are on track to enter the world's workforces within the decade. Are you going to remain a waste of space - or worse, a waste of the planet's oxygen - or do something to make yourself valuable, competitive in some job market somewhere, starting with your own country? It's up to you to decide to contribute something of real value in the world - or not.

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  • 8 months ago

    After continuing with school, and gaining a skill that is in demand in the USA, yes. Right now? Not a chance.

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  • 8 months ago

    As a teen from Iran with a diploma - you don't stand a hope in hell.

    The main ways to immigrate - and none are easy - are:

    1. Marriage to a US citizen. they have to sponsor you and you both have to prove its a genuine relationship

    2. Immediate family member who is a US citizen who is able to sponsor you

    3. High level skills / experience - probably in a STEM subject - and a US employer offers you a job that no American can do

    You choose

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  • Maxi
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    Very unlikely you have no skills or education requirements to get any US visa, so I suggest you get yourself into University and study a STEM degree, work experience and maybe in 10 yrs time if you study and work hard you might then qualify

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