Once the player emigrates, they can start living in a new country but will quit their job and leave some family members such as siblings and parents behind (if they try to spend time with them or go to the theater, they won't be able to due to obvious reasons, but they can chat on the phone or Skype, etc). The “Spend time” button has since been replaced with “Visit them” for iOS players.
Several reasons for being denied the immigration request by the country may be for being in the military, having a criminal record, or possessing a giant exotic pet. Emigration in Billie depends a lot on the age of your character as the player.
Besides this, just like in real life, criminal records and other general information also play a hand here. You will be required to ask for permission even before processing with the emigration, and if the other country obliges, you will be allowed to shift.
The chances of you getting to a different country are very slim if you are underage as only the character’s parents will have the authority then. When you emigrate, you will have to quit your job, and the player will have to leave his parents, cousins, and other family members behind.
When this happens, the button that said Spend time will change to Visit them as the family members will now be in a different country. Here you will find the emigrate option, pick it, and then select the country where you prefer to move.
The basic requirement in Billie to become eligible to emigrate to another country on your own is to become 18 years old. Even though you are not 18 years old, but your parents decided to move to another country, you can emigrate with them.
High School is the minimum education requirement to move into another country in Billie. But you can have any education qualification higher than the high school to apply for emigration.
So you need to earn some money in Billie and have some savings when you apply for the emigration process. You can easily make this money while studying at high school by working as a freelance tutor.
Even though you can apply to emigrate after you become 18 years old, your history should be clean, and no criminal records under your name is a must accept your application by the other country. If you have any criminal record, the other country will completely reject your emigrating application in Billie.
The other government might reject your application if you have served in the military for the country you are leaving. And make sure that not to enlist in the military if you plan to emigrate to another country.
When selecting that activity, it will pop up a window that allows you to choose a country to emigrate. If they approved your application, it would show you the cost you need to pay for the emigration process.
As a result, my criminal record is preventing me from going anywhere. I’ve tried illegally emigrating and I get caught every time.
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Question Posted by Guest on Jun 6th 2019Last Modified: Mar 20th 2020 Start your life as a citizen of another country (not an American) but move to the US as soon as you can.
Once there you should commit some serious crimes which will give you a good chance of being deported when you get caught. I’ve nurseries sixteen times and keep getting prison.
A lot of time and effort needs to be spent if you want to complete your collection of 24 ribbons in Billie. It includes links to all of our other guides, where we’ve covered pretty much every aspect of this awesome game.
Another important feature for achieving this ribbon is to die inside the prison. This means you want to avoid escaping prison and don’t appeal your sentence.
One last thing to mention, you want to avoid murdering and even assaulting individuals. Too many murders and you earn the deadly ribbon, so try to go to prison for non-violent crimes.
The way how to get arrested for not trying to murder your friends or family is to join the army and run away. Once you have enlisted in the army, emigrate illegally to another country and odds are you will get caught and sent to prison.
After this, they will deport you home where you will face time in jail for desertion. It’s annoying to spend an entire life in prison and not even get the ribbon you wanted, trust me.
The latest update released for Billie : Life Simulator brought the dark side to the game. Your character can now perform crime during their life and, as a result, they will most likely end up in prison.
However, right now your options are quite limited, but hopefully a lot more variety will be brought into the game with future updates. Despite my qualifications as a butcher, I just couldn’t do it this time and ended up with a sentence of 40 years in prison.
I did my best, moved around, lured the guard in various places and tried to make a run for it, but it just didn’t work. I would be really curious to hear from someone who managed to escape from jail in Billie, because as of today, I think it’s impossible.
Every failed escape attempt will also add 2 more years of jail time to your character. So unless you were like poor Jack Burton (my in-game villain) and had to wait for 40 years before going out, it probably is not worth the risk to even try it.
I think I won’t be able to go get my Butcher job back and I can’t live a normal life, living in my comfy home and driving my old car… so probably the life after escaping from jail would be like a roller coaster adventure: and this is why I kept trying to escape. Some locations represent their local currencies such as Euros (€) and Pounds (£), but most use the standard Dollar symbol.
The original countries are: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Cuba, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and Venezuela. On March 2019, Billie released the following countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Indonesia, Norway, Portugal, Romania, and Singapore.
On June 9, 2019, Billie released the following countries: Afghanistan, Belgium, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Iraq, Poland, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, and Uruguay. On October 29, 2019, Billie released the following countries: Czech Republic, Ecuador, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Monaco, Morocco, Pakistan, & Syria.
On December 19, 2019, Billie released the following countries: Austria, Bahamas, Costa Rica, DR Congo, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mongolia, Nepal, Ukraine, and Vietnam. On May 10, 2021, Billie released the following countries: Algeria, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Jordan, Qatar, Slovakia, and Zimbabwe.