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Posted on 01-14-13 10:14 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I want to go Texas, i can't earn money over here. i heard that in Texas we can earn more money, ppl i need your opinion. whats should i do.http://sajha.com/sajha/chat/smileys/m-cry.gif

whats my challenges and strength. i ma GC holder.

now i really can't earn any money and can't attend the college cause i am broke. i do have family pressure too.


i hope you guys have better idea which make will make me http://sajha.com/sajha/chat/smileys/m-biggrin.gif

thank you
yours frn
harka b. rana




 
Posted on 01-14-13 10:16 AM     [Snapshot: 4]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Texas is pretty big. Even the shifts of tectonic plates cannot move it much. Good luck moving it by yourself.

 
Posted on 01-14-13 10:18 AM     [Snapshot: 11]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Now, serious suggestion:
I have heard people working in Gas stations (Gas Engineers) and 7-11/Subway franchise (Franchise consultants) and making a living in Texas. But if odd job is what you like, then NY/Boston area is not that bad. There are job agencies in NY that can help you out and with your GC, you should not have too much problem finding one. What kind of jobs do you want anyways?
 
Posted on 01-14-13 10:44 AM     [Snapshot: 68]     Reply [Subscribe]
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well the thing is i do have great pressure from family, its been 2 years and frankly i send them 40 thousand npr only.

first did ELS and time to do undergraduate, but dont have any penny.

my one brother is calling me in Houston, TX. i really scare to work in gas station too.

i really dont have good education background, so i have to do any type of job i find on the way.
 


 
Posted on 01-14-13 10:57 AM     [Snapshot: 117]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I think you have to prioritize your goal first.

Why did you come to US? Was it to earn money and send back OR you want to change your life, study and stuff?

Have you taken loans that your family has to pay soon?

It is really hard to recommend anything without knowing your situation. If just for job, then yes Texas and other states could provide your job. You have a GC, so you can try temp agencies too, they can get you somewhere depending upon your experience and education level.
 
Posted on 01-14-13 11:03 AM     [Snapshot: 122]     Reply [Subscribe]
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i dont have any loan so far, my first dream is get education . but now i want to both things together ..........the problem for now is i earn only 900 per month and cant find another job . i want to join new class but i dont have any penny. all my 900 goes in rent and other stuff. atleast i can help my self for my education , thats kind of job or work i am searching, but boston n new york area is really expensive for me.
 
Posted on 01-14-13 11:05 AM     [Snapshot: 130]     Reply [Subscribe]
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cant i earn money , i dont hope a lot atleast help for my expense and education same time. thats why i am want to go texas but i dont want make situation bad to worse, i really dont know that much about Texas...........i found boston is safe and good so far

but dont know that much about south sooo


 
Posted on 01-14-13 11:34 AM     [Snapshot: 173]     Reply [Subscribe]
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KK123, you will easily qualify for FAFSA (loans), grants etc. Financial aid and affordability shouldn't be an issue to you. In fact, you will even get money to go community colleges if your income is as low as you told us. 

Since your academic qualifications aren't that good, you will be struggling in the long run, provided that your priority is to make money or living in the US long-term. At least get a Bachelor's. You can always take vocational courses like Mechanics training etc but to hold a decent paying job, you need skills and meet up basic requirements. You won't make decent money by working in Gas Stations/Liquor stores, even if you worked in one for 20 years. 

I'd strongly urge you to go to a community college and speak to the financial counselor. Start off by taking some 6-9 credits in your first semester but remain focussed on graduating college. You can also do part time job. 

Also, try finding jobs in non-traditional places. Non-traditional jobs meaning outside common workplaces(i.e. Gas Stations, Liquor stores and Indian Restaurants). Talk to your customers and start networking. Who knows, maybe one of them works in a bar and will hire you as a barback, eventually paving the way for you to become a bartender? 

In any case, keep focussed and push yourself to getting an academic degree. 

Good luck! 

 
Posted on 01-14-13 12:55 PM     [Snapshot: 299]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 riddle bro

i might be wrong, but doesnt a GC holder is restricted to apply for financial aid and any other government welfare/aid for several period of time like 5 years?? isnt the whole sponsor and bank balance thing for gc holder during the interview to guarantee that gc holder would not rely on the government for some specific period of time?

again, i might be wrong here.

 
Posted on 01-14-13 3:05 PM     [Snapshot: 454]     Reply [Subscribe]
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If you have GC and if you are resident of that place for at least a year then you should be eligible to apply for FAFSA. And if your income is low, you will even receive financial aid. The amount of aid depends on the number of units u have taken. I am telling you this by my own experience. Hope that helps.

 
Posted on 01-14-13 4:10 PM     [Snapshot: 545]     Reply [Subscribe]
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KK ji.. Ammrica ma kehi nabhaka f1 student haru le ta 7000 college lai tirera basobas ko bandobastha garna sakchan bhane hajur GC bhako manche 2 barsa samman k garnu bho ra bhane.. family pressure ta awashya nai huncha taro pani.. 2 barsa ma alik bandobasta ta hunu parne ho ni.. tapai ta abo Instate tution ko lagi ni qualify bhayi saknu bho.. FAFSA ko lagi ni.. tapai ko angreji ramro cha bhane ta mathi ka sathi haru le bhane jastai euuta temporary agency khojera kaam garnus na.. bolnai nauune kagaj nabhaka Makkai haru ta kasta kasta kaam garcha.. hajur ko status ta jhan hamra bhanda ni ramra chan..
 
Posted on 01-14-13 6:59 PM     [Snapshot: 764]     Reply [Subscribe]
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thank u bro

i will sure try ....my best

 
Posted on 01-14-13 7:02 PM     [Snapshot: 771]     Reply [Subscribe]
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bro
i know about fafsa and i already had while i was ELs student in community college. GC holder haruu le Finacial aid ko lagi apply garnaa pauuchaa and they get special when they are in community college.


but the thing is i want to move TX beacuse Boston maa kamunaa sakiyaa matraa vaneko ho.

tx ma jaada ramro hola ki matraa vanaa khojeeko ho

thanks for your valuable suggestions



 
Posted on 01-14-13 7:05 PM     [Snapshot: 780]     Reply [Subscribe]
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but the thing is i want to move TX beacuse Boston maa kamunaa sakiyaa matraa vaneko ho.

tx ma jaada ramro hola ki matraa vanaa khojeeko ho.


k maa boston area mai basuu ki tx ma jauu vaneko ho, if i move over there also i will apply for fafsa an i am sure there also i will get . for fafasa u need to be 6 months old in any states.


i really like to know strength/ and weekness work and study in TX. k mero sathi le vanee jasti Tx maa paisa kamichaa taa. because boston is bit expensive for me now


 
Posted on 01-14-13 7:09 PM     [Snapshot: 771]     Reply [Subscribe]
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If you have helping person in Texas, it should be OK to move to Texas. Minimize expenses, share rooms, avoid expensive phones/plans.
Financial obstacles should not be the issue on education considering your legal status.
Family do have expectations from American...but you should prioritize your goals,and start working on achieving them.
 
Posted on 01-14-13 7:22 PM     [Snapshot: 808]     Reply [Subscribe]
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ye thanks for your suggestion bro, family expection is high right now because they wait for 2 years bro.

but still they  understand my sitution and my family really dont need my help too.

ye i think i will try to think more about it................then i will move.

the biggest thing in my mind is if i have to work in gas station then i dont want to be another bullet victim


thanks a lot

 
Posted on 01-15-13 10:19 AM     [Snapshot: 1177]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I personally have moved around a lot here in the states. I did my undergrad in Oklahoma and I feel like places like OK and texas are the best places to go if you want to pursue your education. The cost of education there is so much cheaper than anywhere else and also is the cost of living. You can start off by joining a community college and then you can work part time. I have had a lot of frens do that and then transfer to a better school to graduate. This saves you a lot of money as well.

So , My suggestion is moving to texas or any place in the south for that matter and finishing your education then concentrating on making money. In the long run, nthg is more important than having a degree in hand which opens up a lot of opportunities.

 
Posted on 01-15-13 11:25 AM     [Snapshot: 1218]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Texas is arguably the best state if earning/saving money whilst attending affordable colleges is your topmost priority. MN and OK have gotta be up there too, especially the former if you wish to be able to finance your education with your own income. 3-4k/semester for a 4-yr college. Can't beat that! 


 


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