Chelsea Green Discusses Her Visa Situation, Spending $10,000 On A Visa

Chelsea Green would love to do other projects now that she's outside of WWE, but no being a US citizen comes with work complications.

Speaking with Renee Paquette on Oral Sessions, Green discussed the difficulties of acquiring a visa to ensure she can continue working in the US.

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"One thing that people forget about me is that I'm Canadian, so this is not an easy transition for me, either. I can't just jump into another career or anything. I really have to think about that because my visa only allows me to wrestle. I just finally got an 01 visa. I spent the $10,000. I'm good for three years. It's this tough area where, when I was released, everyone was like, 'You'll be fine, you can go anywhere.' I kept putting it out into the universe that I wanted to go everywhere, but logistically, we didn't know how we were going to make that work. I really had to get a legal team that knew what they were doing in order to apply for a visa and be approved for a visa that allowed me to do everything. Normally, it's company to company. Do I want to go and audition for all sorts of things? Of course, but I legally cannot," she said.

Green has been open about her desires to land spots at Barstool and Playboy.

Elsewhere during the podcast, Green discussed her wrist always breaking. You can find her full comments by clicking here.

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