As you saw in the subject, I want to become a Russian citizen when I am older. I think I would like to be a teacher of English in a public school and then privately tutor students in the Russian language for an extra fee.
I need a lot of help with figuring out my plans, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
So far, my plan is to get a degree in the Russian language and in education while I'm in America. Then I'll stay in America long enough to pay off my student loans, being a teacher of the Russian language (or possibly history.)
Once I am fluent in the Russian language, I want to move to Russia. Moscow specifically.
I am pretty sure I understand citizenship laws. The rules are I have to 1) Speak Russian, 2) Have a work Visa, 3) Not commit any crime, 4) Become naturalized by living in the Russian Federation for at least 5 years.
I am currently learning the Russian language. I don't know very much of it, but I am studying it every day and I hope to be fluent within the next decade.
ANY tips or suggestions regarding emigration to the Russian Federation would be GREATLY appreciated.
It has come to my attention that I've posted this in the wrong section. I apologize. Any advice would still be appreciated.