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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 9:02pm On Oct 28
humble100:
Op i want to ask you something,i'm a student in Nigeria due to graduate next year. My question is;is there possible of a US citizen not related to me to finance my immigrant visa to the US because there's one who promised me that because of my altitude and the way we interact. Secondly;can i work in the US without going for NYSC here because i don't think i can wait for that. Thanks

Yes. only if the person becomes your Spouse.
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 9:07pm On Oct 28
How Guy M makes his money:

Client pays for oil tank remover

The oil left in the tank belongs to Guy M except the client specify he wants the oil (which he later sells at 2$ per gallon)

He gets money from Scrapping the Metal. and more money from the coppers.

Sometimes, we bring out the tank whole. Guy M resells it or keep it (example in pic) for oil storage

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 9:14pm On Oct 28
Working with (or for) Guy M is the easiest fakkking job i have done so far in the US. Most times, We spend more time driving to the Place than actually doing the job. in 30 minutes, we are done. Sometimes, the tanks are underground. We use excavator to dig it out, cut it, clean out the sludge, excavator brings it out of the ground. we take it to junk yard.

Most times, we need permit from the Fire department to work. And after we are done, the fire department comes to inspect to see if there is a leak.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 9:21pm On Oct 28
so in total, I make roughly usd850 to usd970 per week (but now my hours are getting cut, i probably will make less in few weeks).

Oh, i used to work another job months ago. it was dish washing (before my manger switch my shift to the evening). I fakkking hated it. JESUS Christ!!!!, it was the hardest thing i have ever done in my life. i was paid 12$ an hour. The dish machine is hot, so hot. you will be sweating. my hands peeled off, they become horrible looking cos you have to deep your hands into hot water plus washing chemical and scrub the plates and pans.

Even if you wear gloves, it still is horrible.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by error4040: 9:38pm On Oct 28
BlowJobs:


YES!!!, please join. It is just a google search away.

I just googled it: http://aaahq.org/About
The American Accounting Association is the largest community of accountants in academia. Founded in 1916, we have a rich and reputable history built on leading-edge research and publications. The diversity of our membership creates a fertile environment for collaboration and innovation. Collectively, we shape the future of accounting through teaching, research and a powerful network, ensuring our position as thought leaders in accounting.

Also from their website: http://aaahq.org/Membership
From fewer than 100 accounting professors in 1916, AAA has grown to over 7,000 members in more than 75 countries. AAA's many resources serve you as a scholar, educator, or practitioner. Above all, AAA membership brings you networking opportunities with colleagues from around the world, plus exciting new initiatives. Join or renew your membership today!


I will advise students and Professional Nigerians to join reputable organizations. You get to know the exams you need to write to work in other countries, requirements, schools, classified job adverts etc. And you get invited to meetings and events all over the world.
thanks man
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 9:38pm On Oct 28
Adjustment of Status update

Lady K has been calling the JP contacts we got and finding the most flexible person to officiate the ceremony. What she doesn't know is that i already found someone and informed the JP of the plan. i told her to make sure she gets day of on her birthday. that we are going to the park just to relax and have a fancy lunch at a restaurant after grin grin

Her sister will be flying in from Newyork. He dad said he can't make it and sent his blessings (her step mum is kinda a bitch tho). one of her friend will be there. My friend from work will be coming. we are getting married at the public park. BEST wedding i ever dreamed off. Less than 10 people, at a beautiful park. My parents want to come from naija (yes, they have visas. old people get visa easily grin grin). i already informed them to save the money. we are on a budget. We will celebrate it with them later.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by YungJo207(m): 9:49pm On Oct 28
BlowJobs:
Adjustment of Status update

Lady K has been calling the JP contacts we got and finding the most flexible person to officiate the ceremony. What she doesn't know is that i already found someone and informed the JP of the plan. i told her to make sure she gets day of on her birthday. that we are going to the park just to relax and have a fancy lunch at a restaurant after grin grin

Her sister will be flying in from Newyork. He dad said he can't make it and sent his blessings (her step mum is kinda a bitch tho). one of her friend will be there. My friend from work will be coming. we are getting married at the public park. BEST wedding i ever dreamed off. Less than 10 people, at a beautiful park. My parents want to come from naija (yes, they have visas. old people get visa easily grin grin). i already informed them to save the money. we are on a budget. We will celebrate it with them later.

Sharp guygrin happy married life bro wish you the best... hopefully me sef go come greet Trump soon.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by hybeenoni: 9:51pm On Oct 28
BlowJobs:
Adjustment of Status update

Lady K has been calling the JP contacts we got and finding the most flexible person to officiate the ceremony. What she doesn't know is that i already found someone and informed the JP of the plan. i told her to make sure she gets day of on her birthday. that we are going to the park just to relax and have a fancy lunch at a restaurant after grin grin

Her sister will be flying in from Newyork. He dad said he can't make it and sent his blessings (her step mum is kinda a bitch tho). one of her friend will be there. My friend from work will be coming. we are getting married at the public park. BEST wedding i ever dreamed off. Less than 10 people, at a beautiful park. My parents want to come from naija (yes, they have visas. old people get visa easily grin grin). i already informed them to save the money. we are on a budget. We will celebrate it with them later.

Happy married life in advance bro

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 9:56pm On Oct 28
YungJo207:


Sharp guygrin happy married life bro wish you the best... hopefully me sef go come greet Trump soon.

Thank you. do quick come see trump oo and lets Make America Great Again together grin grin

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 9:57pm On Oct 28
hybeenoni:


Happy married life in advance bro

Thank you!!!.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by Fish123(m): 10:13pm On Oct 28
Happy married life In advance bro,God bless your new journey
BlowJobs:


Thank you!!!.
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by YungJo207(m): 10:22pm On Oct 28
BlowJobs:


Thank you. do quick come see trump oo and lets Make America Great Again together grin grin

Let me ask you this I just need your insight, let say I manage to do some business and got like 5million in 3-4 months which I don't make before I just got engaged in some intermedairy deals falicilated some deals and got that huge cash rolled in within that period,I don't work for any company but myself no house no car not married, and I decided to take a little trip to America and then connect to Canada and see Mexico..what are my chances of getting am America visa mind you am just 23..what will you advise or suggest??
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 10:28pm On Oct 28
YungJo207:


Let me ask you this I just need your insight, let say I manage to do some business and got like 5million in 3-4 months which I don't make before I just got engaged in some intermedairy deals falicilated some deals and got that huge cash rolled in within that period,I don't work for any company but myself no house no car not married, and I decided to take a little trip to America and then connect to Canada and see Mexico..what are my chances of getting am America visa mind you am just 23..what will you advise or suggest??

Don't do it yet. it sounds like a sudden surge of cash. Register your business. Make it official with documentation evidence. Wait a while, make transactions with your account. build a healthy account balance, travel to some neighboring countries for leisure (if you can. Traveling is education) then apply. That way, you have a Higher chance.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 10:29pm On Oct 28
Fish123:
Happy married life In advance bro,God bless your new journey

Thank you.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by YungJo207(m): 10:31pm On Oct 28
BlowJobs:


Don't do it yet. it sounds like a sudden surge of cash. Register your business. Make it official with documentation evidence. Wait a while, make transactions with your account. build a healthy account balance, travel to some neighboring countries for leisure (if you can. Traveling is education) then apply. That way, you have a Higher chance.

Ok man thanks
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 10:32pm On Oct 28
YungJo207:


Ok man thanks

You're welcome. Sometimes ( a lot of times), travel history helps your application. it is however, not necessary/compulsory.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by YungJo207(m): 10:36pm On Oct 28
BlowJobs:


You're welcome. Sometimes ( a lot of times), travel history helps your application. it is however, not necessary/compulsory.

So in order words if I do like Dubai,south Africa,solvekia, Myanmar,India,Ghana and till like November next year I stand a better chance?

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by Fish123(m): 10:43pm On Oct 28
Your welcome bro,this your handle enh,it's like you're the one that invented Mouth Gig or maybe you just like it
NB. You are studying in Caribbean,pls can you give more insight on the program you went there for e.g.(UG or Masters)and did you go on scholarship,plus how is the admission and school fees like?
BlowJobs:


Thank you.
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 12:01am On Oct 29
YungJo207:


So in order words if I do like Dubai,south Africa,solvekia, Myanmar,India,Ghana and till like November next year I stand a better chance?

Having a travel experience often times, helps Visa application. Just do your part and do it well
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 12:05am On Oct 29
*Adjustment of Status* Update

Lady K's ring got delivered from Amazon (i gave her money to pick out what she like. She wanted a 30$ ring, na me adjust am to 70$ grin grin). Just came back from the bank and i met the delivery package.

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by YungJo207(m): 12:12am On Oct 29
BlowJobs:


Having a travel experience often times, helps Visa application. Just do your part and do it well

Ok thanks.
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 12:14am On Oct 29
Fish123:
Your welcome bro,this your handle enh,it's like you're the one that invented Mouth Gig or maybe you just like it
NB. You are studying in Caribbean,pls can you give more insight on the program you went there for e.g.(UG or Masters)and did you go on scholarship,plus how is the admission and school fees like?

grin grin grin. i opened the account to troll religion section of the forum. so that the pastors that quote me will unintentionally be mentioning BJ grin grin

I traveled to the Caribbean with an undergraduate admission. When i applied to schools, i never had my Uni transcript (i no get money apply for transcript, alawi wey neva reach grin). Only thing i had with me was my SSCE cert and notarized copies. It was when i got there and settled down a bit i decided to apply to graduate school using my transcript sent from naija ( i spoke to admission officers of different dept and they encourage me to apply after going through my credentials). I was admitted to three different Graduate programs ( one of them was in another campus in a different Caribbean country. the same school have campuses all over major Caribbean countries) Meanwhile, the program i settled for in graduate school was in another Caribbean country. When my admission was granted, i moved to another Caribbean country and start the hustle again grin. so my classmates in my first semester, I became their graduate tutor before moving to the other country (Imagine the shock on their face when they saw me like no be dis African guy we take class together months ago? grin grin)

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by Fish123(m): 1:37am On Oct 29
Hehehe funny you bro
so did you get scholarship or what,as you said alawi neva enter and you no gara for pocket.Also is SSCE cert surface to get admission overthere?
BlowJobs:


grin grin grin. i opened the account to troll religion section of the forum. so that the pastors that quote me will unintentionally be mentioning BJ grin grin

. the same school have campuses all over major Caribbean countries) Meanwhile, the program i settled for in graduate school was in another Caribbean country. When my admission was granted, i moved to another Caribbean country and start the hustle again grin. so my classmates in my first semester, I became their graduate tutor before moving to the other country (Imagine the shock on their face when they saw me like no be dis African guy we take class together months ago? grin grin)
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by humble100(m): 8:29am On Oct 29
BlowJobs:


Yes. only if the person becomes your Spouse.
ok bro,but the person in question likes me like a son,not spouse or family related,please could you suggest a more convenient visa category i would apply so as to migrate then! And by the way:HAPPY MARRIED LIFE IN ADVANCE,i will like to follow your footsteps,proving that honest Nigerians exist

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by comradespade(m): 9:29am On Oct 29
BlowJobs:


grin grin grin. i opened the account to troll religion section of the forum. so that the pastors that quote me will unintentionally be mentioning BJ grin grin

I traveled to the Caribbean with an undergraduate admission. When i applied to schools, i never had my Uni transcript (i no get money apply for transcript, alawi wey neva reach grin). Only thing i had with me was my SSCE cert and notarized copies. It was when i got there and settled down a bit i decided to apply to graduate school using my transcript sent from naija ( i spoke to admission officers of different dept and they encourage me to apply after going through my credentials). I was admitted to three different Graduate programs ( one of them was in another campus in a different Caribbean country. the same school have campuses all over major Caribbean countries) Meanwhile, the program i settled for in graduate school was in another Caribbean country. When my admission was granted, i moved to another Caribbean country and start the hustle again grin. so my classmates in my first semester, I became their graduate tutor before moving to the other country (Imagine the shock on their face when they saw me like no be dis African guy we take class together months ago? grin grin)


Pls, expatiate on how you got the visa. You also said didn't have much back then, so, how did you go bou it?.



Thanks in anticipation
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 10:33am On Oct 29
Fish123:
Hehehe funny you bro
so did you get scholarship or what,as you said alawi neva enter and you no gara for pocket.Also is SSCE cert surface to get admission overthere?

Yes SSCE can get you admitted once you produce scratch card for online check. Undergraduate scholarship is hard to come by. I didn't get one. However, for graduate schools, they have so many full funded programs (MPHIL). Most are in sciences. once, you are admitted, your program is paid for in full. but you will do research, write paper taya. it is strictly for people wey like research and they pay you stipend too for being graduate tutor (i think it is like 1300USD paid on the first month to cover three months)

Canadian embassy denied my application that year (2013) so i was vexing when i applied. (Canada embassy took 5 months to go through my application and still denied me, it was an awful experience). I wasn't required to pay tuition when i was admitted. Took their admission letter to their consulate and got the visa. it was all like magic. When the visa came out i started telling my people to "help my ministry". My dad was against it. He was like "you wey don finish Uni for here, you wan go start another degree for Caribbean. Not even America, Caribbean!!!". i was unfazed. (you know that mentality when you don give up on Naija). I must leave o. Took my visa together with my admission letter and supporting documents, apply for transit visa, i got it. That was when people started taking me serious. so everyone rallied around and help yours truly with plane fare and some pocket change

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 10:39am On Oct 29
humble100:
ok bro,but the person in question likes me like a son,not spouse or family related,please could you suggest a more convenient visa category i would apply so as to migrate then! And by the way:HAPPY MARRIED LIFE IN ADVANCE,i will like to follow your footsteps,proving that honest Nigerians exist

No convenient visa category can make you migrate in this situation. you can only get an Non immigrant visa. I'd suggest you look into F1 (student) visa. Reason is that F1 gives you enough time to decide exactly what you want to do and you get the opportunity to work while you decide. However, if na B1/B2 you get, there are laid down ways by the Immigration and citizen services how you can adjust your status while in the US
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 10:42am On Oct 29
comradespade:



Pls, expatiate on how you got the visa. You also said didn't have much back then, so, how did you go bou it?.



Thanks in anticipation

Just took the admission to their consulate plus print out of my uncles bank account and letter say he go pay my tuition. however, the visa was way easier. i wasn't expected to pay anything until i got there and had to register for classes.

so, getting the visa= get admitted, simple

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by comradespade(m): 10:47am On Oct 29
BlowJobs:


Just took the admission to their consulate plus print out of my uncles bank account and letter say he go pay my tuition. however, the visa was way easier. i wasn't expected to pay anything until i got there and had to register for classes.

so, getting the visa= get admitted, simple



So, when you got there, you had to work before going for study...if yes, are students allowed to work in their first year?
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by BlowJobs: 11:12am On Oct 29
comradespade:




So, when you got there, you had to work before going for study...if yes, are students allowed to work in their first year?

you can work as long as you can get a job. when i got there, i started putting 2+2 together. I had to register for class to get my Student permit. So i register for one course. What i enjoy is that the school is flexible, you are not required to do all the course at once. you can register the minimum that makes you stay as a full time student. it was when i found out about the yankee program to work i started targeting meeting the requirement (you must be a full time student, good GPA, less than 30years at the time of registration)

When i got there, i also believed when everyone told me there are no jobs in their country. When Hunger wire me and i was running out of money, I started looking for on campus jobs everywhere till i got my first job. Mind you, the jobs i did didn't pay my tuition. it paid my accommodation and food and i was able to save to pay for the yankee program. It was when i worked in the US the first year that i was actually able to pay my tuition myself.

let me share a story with you.
I met this naija guy in one of these Caribbean country. This guy is the definition of Hustler. This guy practically na street guy. He too sabi. HE said he traveled through brazil to this Caribbean country i met him when he got their visa. He came through student too. When he got their student permit, He no show for school, went to another really cheap school. He got their citizenship after some months (don't ask me how grin grin). he waited a while, then got his 10years yankee visa ( this particular country gets 10 years visa). He traveled to the us back and forth. he started importing used phones. He lives in the US now as a permanent resident but have business over there.

you know we get mind pass each other, i be gentle boy. i no dey chop anything wey hard pass moin-moin grin grin

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Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by humble100(m): 11:16am On Oct 29
BlowJobs:


No convenient visa category can make you migrate in this situation. you can only get an Non immigrant visa. I'd suggest you look into F1 (student) visa. Reason is that F1 gives you enough time to decide exactly what you want to do and you get the opportunity to work while you decide. However, if na B1/B2 you get, there are ladi down ways by the Immigration and citizen services how you can adjust your status while in the US
thanks bro,the school own,would it be more like starting college all over again or a 2-3 years masters program,is NYSC or can i skip it?
Re: Getting A Green Card By Adjustment Of Status: My Yankee Experience by comradespade(m): 11:20am On Oct 29
BlowJobs:


you can work as long as you can get a job. when i got there, i started putting 2+2 together. I had to register for class to get my Student permit. So i register for one course. What i enjoy is that the school is flexible, you are not required to do all the course at once. you can register the minimum that makes you stay as a full time student. it was when i found out about the yankee program to work i started targeting meeting the requirement (you must be a full time student, good GPA, less than 30years at the time of registration)

When i got there, i also believed when everyone told me there are no jobs in their country. When Hunger wire me and i was running out of money, I started looking for on campus jobs everywhere till i got my first job. Mind you, the jobs i did didn't pay my tuition. it paid my accommodation and food and i was able to save to pay for the yankee program. It was when i worked in the US the first year that i was actually able to pay my tuition myself.

let me share a story with you.
I met this naija guy in one of these Caribbean country. This guy is the definition of Hustler. This guy practically na street guy. He too sabi. HE said he traveled through brazil to this Caribbean country i met him when he got their visa. He came through student too. When he got their student permit, He no show for school, went to another really cheap school. He got their citizenship after some months (don't ask me how grin grin). he waited a while, then got his 10years yankee visa ( this particular country gets 10 years visa). He traveled to the us back and forth. he started importing used phones. He lives in the US now as a permanent resident but have business over there.

you know we get mind pass each other, i be gentle boy. i no dey chop anything wey hard pass moin-moin grin grin



Wow, the guy is the real definition of "hustler" .


Thanks for the info, sir. HML in advance.


Oya sama us pinshure o

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