How much would it cost to move to New York from Montreal?

I’m 16 I’ll be 18 in October 2014, I want to move for school (cosmetics) or something else really I have no idea yet but I know I should save, how much would it cost to move into New York from Montreal, QC and how much approx monthly? I won’t mind boarding with someone if I can find someone I know, w/e, I would have a stable job. Please and thank you!
Keep in mind I’m sixteen years old and I don’t expect to have even close to an idea of what my future plans actually are, and how I would go about achieving them. But not letting me in on information I try to seek isn’t going to help me get there.

It seems you think you can just move to the U.S. if you have the money and that you know nothing about immigration laws. time to learn. You CANNOT enter the u.s. to work or go to school without at LEAST a student visa or work visa. At 18 there is NO work visa you can get. If you want to go to university and can afford it, you need a student visa. You CANNOT immigrate to the U.S. unless you have an immediate family ember to sponsor you. IF you do get accepted by a university and get a student visa…there is NO way you could afford to live in New York…it costs 4 times as much to live there as in an average city. You would choose your university for its academic features and affordability…not because it is located in new York…where you would run out of money in nothing flat. As a student, you would be allowed to work up to 20 hrs a week on campus only…your income would be very limited. FAR better for you to get the best education you possibly can in your own country and make a success of yourself there. PLEASE do not settle for beauty school. You will never make a decent salary and work yourself to death for what you do get. Set your goal higher.

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    Oct 1st, 2013

    You won’t be able to get a stable job without a work visa. You won’t be able to get a work visa without a prospective employer in the US to sponsor your application. As a student, you probably will not be able to get an employer to sponsor you. Visit the nearest US Embassy or Consulate office for the official information.
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  • It seems you think you can just move to the U.S. if you have the money and that you know nothing about immigration laws. time to learn. You CANNOT enter the u.s. to work or go to school without at LEAST a student visa or work visa. At 18 there is NO work visa you can get. If you want to go to university and can afford it, you need a student visa. You CANNOT immigrate to the U.S. unless you have an immediate family ember to sponsor you. IF you do get accepted by a university and get a student visa…there is NO way you could afford to live in New York…it costs 4 times as much to live there as in an average city. You would choose your university for its academic features and affordability…not because it is located in new York…where you would run out of money in nothing flat. As a student, you would be allowed to work up to 20 hrs a week on campus only…your income would be very limited. FAR better for you to get the best education you possibly can in your own country and make a success of yourself there. PLEASE do not settle for beauty school. You will never make a decent salary and work yourself to death for what you do get. Set your goal higher.
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  • I doubt you’d be able to get a student visa for a program such as that. And, you can’t work in the US without a work visa, which is nearly impossible to get. You need to have a rare skill or experience of some type – and wait for a chance in the immigration lottery.
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