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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by maxwellontop(m): 9:29am On May 18, 2016
Good morning everyone.... Can anybody please help me with the free report, here is my mail. babatundeogundare@gmail.com
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by sennystudio: 7:55pm On May 18, 2016
Pls I need d free report too, kindly send it to sodubanjo15@gmail.com
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by bebe2(f): 1:03am On May 19, 2016
itstpia8:


We dont need all this info you are supplying.

You can go to property section to discuss your plans with the developers over there.

I'm sure you must be aware you are not the only person who has ever been to America?

grin grin

Bad belle ooo

Am enjoying his excitement, wats frustrating u na cool

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by bebe2(f): 1:13am On May 19, 2016
RichYoungNigga:


I've been to every state in Nigeria.


Don't worry, i go show you the pictures of America you don't see on Tv

Do you know that people still live in the forest in America ??

Yes, they chose to.

Like the alaskan bush ppple. Who fish and farm all their farm produce.

Pple leave high paying jobs in canary wharf and relocate to the rain forest in Brazil and live in tree houses.

Let's not argue ,

Wats bad is bad . Stop comparing oranges and apples.

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by lakesidepapa(m): 6:15am On May 19, 2016
Any answer to this
lakesidepapa:
@Op, Cc: CFCMAN(my main man in the sport section) Smartmugu, RichYoungNigga,kellykings84 and other ogas, you guys are doing great job here. Pls I'm thinking of relocating to United states for work and stay after my Bsc program in Transportation and logistics program in Germany but am wary if German Bsc certificate is well recognized and get me a equivalent Bsc job in US. I need an opinion on this...
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by Nobody: 6:43am On May 19, 2016
lakesidepapa:
Any answer to this
It should be recognized in the US. The other question will be about the type of jobs you can get with that degree.
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by lakesidepapa(m): 7:05am On May 19, 2016
CFCman:

It should be recognized in the US. The other question will be about the type of jobs you can get with that degree.
Yes I hope so, Transportation and Logistics Management is all about management and administrative aspects in all means of transportation but mostly focus on Shipping. With the Certificate and as a fresher, I hope i can get a job at a Shipping coy or any other transportation coy in US
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by SmartMugu: 7:51am On May 19, 2016
lakesidepapa:
Any answer to this
It may depend on your discipline, but certain professions in the US don't require degrees from certain schools or certain countries.
I know a lot of Nigerians in the US making good money in the IT fields with just their experience, degree from anywhere in the world (even Nigerian BSC or HND) and sometimes certifications. I have also seen people who studied non-IT courses in Nigeria switch to IT as soon as they get to the US. Jobs are indeed just too much in that field. What matters is what you have in your head and your experience, not necessarily where you went to school. I think that's more common in Nigeria.

Though, not everyone is destined to be IT professionals, but it may be worth you investing some of your time to learn a piece of it if you intend travelling to the US or Europe. You can switch to what you like afterwards, but it's easy to get in, pay your bills etc while studying and working in the field.

I'm not sure about your environmental course in the US, I don't know anyone working in the field.
Hope that helps.

All the best bro.

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by lakesidepapa(m): 8:31am On May 19, 2016
SmartMugu:

It may depend on your discipline, but certain professions in the US don't require degrees from certain schools or certain countries.
I know a lot of Nigerians in the US making good money in the IT fields with just their experience, degree from anywhere in the world (even Nigerian BSC or HND) and sometimes certifications. I have also seen people who studied non-IT courses in Nigeria switch to IT as soon as they get to the US. Jobs are indeed just too much in that field. What matters is what you have in your head and your experience, not necessarily where you went to school. I think that's more common in Nigeria.

Though, not everyone is destined to be IT professionals, but it may be worth you investing some of your time to learn a piece of it if you intend travelling to the US or Europe. You can switch to what you like afterwards, but it's easy to get in, pay your bills etc while studying and working in the field.

I'm not sure about your environmental course in the US, I don't know anyone working in the field.
Hope that helps.

All the best bro.

Thanks for these hints bro, I'm an IT guru and i knw a lot about programming(programming expert) but i have a big passion for Transport and Logistics Management, why I prefer to practice the profession in US is because US and some very nice countries with huge economic mostly depends on EXPORT and import and am very sure there will be tons of shipping coy and other transportation coy in US. Meanwhile, I also have a 3yrs working experience with a shipping coy in Nigeria and the brain is still loading up as i use to runs thing at the port of hamburg during my free time. I just hope the US will have something more special to offer.

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by ifegy: 12:40pm On May 19, 2016
lakesidepapa:


Thanks for these hints bro, I'm an IT guru and i knw a lot about programming(programming expert) but i have a big passion for Transport and Logistics Management, why I prefer to practice the profession in US is because US and some very nice countries with huge economic mostly depends on EXPORT and import and am very sure there will be tons of shipping coy and other transportation coy in US. Meanwhile, I also have a 3yrs working experience with a shipping coy in Nigeria and the brain is still loading up as i use to runs thing at the port of hamburg during my free time. I just hope the US will have something more special to offer.

More to the point, you need to have permission to work there, which is a whole other issue. You might want to consider countries like Canada (and perhaps Denmark, NZ, Aus., etc) that have well defined immigration programs for professionals. In other words, do your research, and do it well.

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by sweetestbaby22: 3:08pm On May 19, 2016
nice1
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by jwillng: 4:34pm On May 19, 2016
bebe2:


grin grin

Bad belle ooo

Am enjoying his excitement, wats frustrating u na cool

Thank you my sister!

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by jwillng: 4:34pm On May 19, 2016
sennystudio:
Pls I need d free report too, kindly send it to sodubanjo15@gmail.com

Ok...I have.
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by omotech: 4:42pm On May 19, 2016
@jwillng, i have been asking for this report from pg 16 up to this pg. pls don't forget me omotech07@gmail.com thanx

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by jwillng: 4:53pm On May 19, 2016
RichYoungNigga:
You're still new in America.
Do you know where Reading, Pennsylvania is ??
Have you been to Bronx New York ??
Have you been to little Haiti in Florida ??

Ajegunle is better than those places i ment.

There are places you can't go to in Santa Monica, California and in Chicago.
Let's talk about crime, Chicago is just a city, not even a state and they are world murder capital, 500 thousand people lose their lives yearly in Chicago.

Come, i go carry you go Camden, New Jersey or Alabama, you go know say Nigeria is heaven

Havnt been everywhere in America-but I have visited at least 10 states. This place is the best in the world o!
My research (and I have done a lot of research) showed me that most if not all Americans who are considered poor are poor by choice.
And even what is considered poor in America is well to do in 90% of the world.

A poor American gets the following:

i) Up to $800 or more welfare like food coupons
ii) Subsidized housing. I meet a girl who is paying $100 for an apartment that is normally $800. All the government asks of her is to pay her electricity bill and not fight.
iii) Almost Free health care . By just going to the emergency room-hospitals must treat anyone and bill later. Bills that they may never pay.
iv) 24 hours power supply (that is gold in Nigeria).
v) 24 hours pipe borne water.
vi) Constant security provided by the best Police Forces in the world. All you have to do is call 911-no need to bribe or beg oga police.

Many who are poor choose to remain like that so that they can collect free benefits. If they decide to work-they will loose these benefits. Many of them also keep having children so they can claim benefits.

If you have a goal or dream to be wealthy and successful-of course that is not the life one would choose. But for many-there only dream is to become rap stars-not knowing that for every Lil Wayne-there are 20,000 others who are just rapping on the street-no album, no deals, no money for their rap.

All the places you have mentioned have more infrastructure and facilities than VGC and Ikoyi (24 Hour light and water), good roads, security. How can that be bad?

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by jwillng: 4:56pm On May 19, 2016
omotech:
@jwillng, i have been asking for this report from pg 16 up to this pg. pls don't forget me omotech07@gmail.com thanx

Sorry.

Please check your mail. I have replied everyone. Will send again now.

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Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by Solitin40: 8:08pm On May 19, 2016
Gmail dot com
Thank you
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by omotech: 8:17pm On May 19, 2016
jwillng:


Sorry.

Please check your mail. I have replied everyone. Will send again now.
thank you I've seein it God bless you
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by CXLVII: 8:38pm On May 19, 2016
How can one actually get a skilled job without a work permit
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by Caleycash(m): 11:42pm On May 19, 2016
jwillng:


Sorry.

Please check your mail. I have replied everyone. Will send again now.
pls send the report to me too bro, thanks
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by Nobody: 6:13am On May 20, 2016
lakesidepapa:

Yes I hope so, Transportation and Logistics Management is all about management and administrative aspects in all means of transportation but mostly focus on Shipping. With the Certificate and as a fresher, I hope i can get a job at a Shipping coy or any other transportation coy in US
Do you have any work experience or specialised training? Most companies in USA don't give a fly about your foreign certificate.
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by samuelkingz(m): 12:16pm On May 20, 2016
@ cfcman nd all others..am abt finishing a degree in mass comm here in nig but plan doin my msc in the US majoring in advertising and public relations. what are my chances over there as per job opportunities, career growtg etc . your opinions are highly appreciated . hope to hear u all candid advise.thanks
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by eightsin(m): 1:05pm On May 20, 2016
jwillng:


Sorry.

Please check your mail. I have replied everyone. Will send again now.

Oga jwillng pls epp me. Send to me too so I can plan well before leaving. karoall41@yahoo.com . So you mean I can't even do small small work with visiting visa? Thanks
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by purpleblood: 2:37pm On May 20, 2016
CFCman:

sent a pm
Replied Bro. Awaiting response. Thanks
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by Nobody: 3:18pm On May 20, 2016
purpleblood:

Replied Bro. Awaiting response. Thanks
replied
Re: I Finally Got To America-thanks Nairaland! by Nobody: 3:25pm On May 20, 2016
samuelkingz:
@ cfcman nd all others..am abt finishing a degree in mass comm here in nig but plan doin my msc in the US majoring in advertising and public relations. what are my chances over there as per job opportunities, career growtg etc . your opinions are highly appreciated . hope to hear u all candid advise.thanks
You could get entry-level jobs in the marketing department of some corporations and medium-sized firms as a PR professional. From entry-level, you could rise to become a supervisor, manager etc.

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