A question on someone seeking advice on how to get to relocate from Afghanistan to the USA without proper documentation was first asked on Travel, then migrated to Expats, where it has currently attracted one close vote:
I am living in Afghanistan and I would like to immigrant to Alaska, here it is possible to get the Russia visa but I would like to know: is there any way to leave Russia and get to Alaska? I don't have a visa for the USA.
(NB: this question was edited. Original text here.)
One issue with this question is that it seeks advice on a nominally illegal activity. On the other hand, there are currently hundreds of thousands of migrants/refugees seeking to move from Asia and Africa to Europe; most do not follow a legal path, as many cross in dinghies and do not enter at official border crossing points; most also do not seek asylum in the first EU/Schengen country they arrive in, as they should de jure. However, after they arrive and seek asylum, they might get a resident permit (temporary or permanent) and the way they got there does not appear to be relevant.
It's a grey area.
Are questions on the practicalities of getting to a destination in order to seek refugee status on-topic, even if this might involve migration routes that do not follow official routes?
From the official Stack Exchange Content Policy:
Illegal Use. Stack Exchange may not be used for illegal purposes. Examples of this include using Stack Exchange for fraudulent purposes or operating a phishing site (used to obtain account and password information).