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 US Immigration law to favor applicants of Nepali Origin
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Washington, D.C., March 8, 2012. Congress has recently passed a bill to classify people of Nepalese origin into the favorable immigration category, according to the press release made by the Attorney General's office. This bill will make it easy for people of Nepali origin to migrate to the US. Even currently illegal immigrants of Nepali origin will be granted a temporary working permit which will be converted to a permanent residency card upon payment of $500 application fee.

"Nepalis are from the land of Mount Everest and the birthplace of Buddha, and they are the most deserving and one of the smartest people who can adapt and succeed in the United States." House Representative Sean Kochensky told the media. Even Mr. Kochensky had migrated to the US when he was young and had entered politics at a mere age of 25.

"Nepalis deserve to be treated differently because of their unique skills and because they come from the birthplace of buddha. How many people can proudly say they are from birthplace of Buddha and from the land of Mount Everest?" Senator Eva Brown from Mississippi was also a keen supporter of passing this bill. "They are also very brave soldiers if we ever need brave soldiers for any future altercations with other foreign countries."

Sujata Koirala was interviewed about this new development by the United Press. "My dream of finally living in the US is going to be true. I have lots of money that I cannot spend in Nepal. How can I buy expensive cars in Nepali roads which are always jammed and narrow?" she asked. "I can probably buy a small island in Hawaii with my money and I have many acquaintances who can do the same so it will be a very good move for the US economy as well." she added.

Pramod Basnet of Queens, NY said, "We can make $500 a day easily so the fee is not a big deal. I am so happy that finally I can be a legal resident here." Basnet had come to the US in 2000 with some Cultural Program and decided to skip the trip back home in the hopes of saving some money. He currently works two jobs, in Kathmandu Kitchen in upper Manhattan during weekdays and drives a cab during weekends.

 
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 You're getting better and better right before our eyes.

Keep it up bro!

 
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Nicee....its $500 if you are from Kathmandu or Pokhara and its half off if you are from Lumbini or Solukhumbhu district.
 
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Sujata Koirala messed up the whole " likely"  seriousness of the post cause she is always the joke.

 
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Great writing.Keep going bro.
 
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For Roshan Pancha response in Facebook -

Can't you see that Nepali looking man celebrating this great news in the picture? He was the first one to benefit from the new law. The department of homeland security sent a team of 24 investigators and undercover agents to find this Nepali man in North Carolina, (name witheld by request) and when they found him, they gave him the Green Card on the spot. Imagine how happy this man was. He was hailed as a hero by Nepalis in North Carolina. North Carolina is a state which depends largely on Solar power as you can see from the solar panel to the right of the picture.


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Nice ! I am really looking forward to make Sujata my neighbour. !! I heard that if many people opt to migrate to US with this rule then UK and AUS are also planning to do the same with no fee.

 
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i heard that the U.S federal govt. also has allowed nepali leaders like pracandra, baburam and koirala familes to migrate to america and given them a federal job. CNN reported last night that sujita koirala will become State Secretary but it is not whether it is true or not has to be confirmed by White House. Meanwhile there's a report that Pracandra will head Democratic party.

 
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Spot on!

I know it might be too much to ask, but can you have a weekly column ..say every friday :). Like someone already said, you're getting better and better :)

 
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Great job Mr. Onion(or Pyaj ji);is that diliprai celebrating ?? I ve heard he has really gone hysterical for not getting US visa.He even tried proving his kinship to native americans bus in vain.Enjoy mr.bitich:)

 
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I was laughing even more when I saw the fb comments down :)

 


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