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hi

 

sorry, there is no quickest way, it takes years, there are others ahead in line

 

file and wait years, depending on the type of petition and country of origin

 

 

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Just now, aleful said:

hi

 

sorry, there is no quickest way, it takes years, there are others ahead in line

 

file and wait years, depending on the type of petition and country of origin

 

 

The country they are from is Nigeria. What about Master study in US? It appears that study will cost allot. Is there any cheaper school that can be recommended and procedures?

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4 minutes ago, nadler Howard said:

The country they are from is Nigeria. What about Master study in US? It appears that study will cost allot. Is there any cheaper school that can be recommended and procedures?

There are no quick ways to immigrate to the US.  There are no shortcuts.  If there were, you could sell that secret to millions of people.  

 

Do your children qualify for a masters program?  Do you understand that it's a non-immigrant visa that requires the applicant have a home to return to after studying in the US?

 

No one can recommend some random cheap school without knowing what your children's educational qualifications.

 

We understand you want your children here in the US, but the sad reality is that they will have to wait their turns to immigrate through you.  It will take years.  

 

Sorry.

 

Please answer the other questions if you want real answers.  

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hi

 

the problem is that international studies cost 3 times more than local students, plus they can't work full time, so costs of living, books, food, clothing, transportation all have to be included

 

do they have the money?

 

 

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1 minute ago, aaron2020 said:

There are no quick ways to immigrate to the US.  There are no shortcuts.  If there were, you could sell that secret to millions of people.  

 

Do your children qualify for a masters program?  Do you understand that it's a non-immigrant visa that requires the applicant have a home to return to after studying in the US?

 

No one can recommend some random cheap school without knowing what your children's educational qualifications.

 

We understand you want your children here in the US, but the sad reality is that they will have to wait their turns to immigrate through you.  It will take years.  

 

Sorry.

They are graduates BSC holders.

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3 minutes ago, aleful said:

hi

 

the problem is that international studies cost 3 times more than local students, plus they can't work full time, so costs of living, books, food, clothing, transportation all have to be included

 

do they have the money?

 

 

They don't but i am ready with such costs.

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1 minute ago, aaron2020 said:

You have money for international student tuition?

 

How are they going to prove that they will return home after finishing school in the US?

During my own process, I added their name that they will follow later. I will be pleased to have a concrete way to show they will return after study.

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Just now, nadler Howard said:

They don't but i am ready with such costs.

Then have them apply for qualified graduate programs.   Then it will be up to them to prove that they have real academic goals and plan to return home after graduation.

 

You don't seem to be getting it.  You are stuck on graduate school is a good means to immigrate.  It's not.

Good luck.

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Just now, nadler Howard said:

During my own process, I added their name that they will follow later. I will be pleased to have a concrete way to show they will return after study.

You are asking for the quickest way for them to get here, and in 11 minutes, you will have concrete way to show they will return.  Right.  

 

Good luck.  

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1 minute ago, aaron2020 said:

You recently join VJ indicating that a CR1/IR1 visa is 

Then have them apply for qualified graduate programs.   Then it will be up to them to prove that they have real academic goals and plan to return home after graduation.

 

You don't seem to be getting it.  You are stuck on graduate school is a good means to immigrate.  It's not.

Good luck.

You don't need to be upset, just trying to get help here.

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17 minutes ago, aaron2020 said:

Is the petitioner a US citizen or LPR?  Is the over aged children married or single?  What country?

 

The quickest way is at least 7-8 years.

They are single and they are from Nigeria.

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