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We're here today to talk about the 601 and the 601 a waiver these waivers sound alike but they're really not alike the original waiver is called the 601 waiver it was created back in 1997 when the Lord changed for the worse what happened at that time the law said that anyone that remained illegally in the United States more than one six months but less than one year if that person leaves the United States can't come back to get a green card for three years and if a person Romania more than one year then he can't come back for ten years this caused a lot of problems imagine you get married you have children and you can't get your green card unless you leave the country and stay out but there was the 601 waiver that was created at that time and that six one waiver would allow a person to apply to reduce the period be it three years or ten years but the difference with that 601 waiver and the new 601a is that you could not apply for it in the United States you first had to go for your interview at the consulate and when they told you at the consulate that you need a waiver then you are told to file the waiver in the United States the problem with that is that that waiver could take six eight ten months a year or more to be approved meanwhile the family is separated so for that reason for many years not many people took advantage of that waiver however in 2013 the law changed a new waiver was created 601 a and this waiver allowed this spouses of US citizens to apply for the waiver while they're in the United States and then when they left the United States they would only remain there like three weeks and they come right back and it was Fenton stick but the problem was it was only limited to spouses of an American citizen and what about the spouses of someone that has a green card what about the children of a lawful residence of the children of American citizens that are over 21 they could not get it but under the 601 a waiver now if you have a spouse with an American citizen or a legal resident or you have a parent who's an American citizen or legal resident you can apply for this waiver and you could be applying let's say for a green card based on a job and labor related and you have it all approved but you're here illegally so you have to leave the country and of course as we all know now you can't come back for 10 years but if let's say you have a parent who's living in the United States who's legal in the United States you would be able to apply for a waiver this side is going to discuss these

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If you left a survey for burglars to fill out the next time they ransacked your home, how would they rate the experience?
How did you learn about us?Rumors about rural houses having little Security.Location: 5/10Location was alright. Around 500 meters to the nearest neighbor. But unfortunately an hour away from any sizable population (20,000 plus being a sizable population.)Transportation: 10/10Transportation was top notch. The owners of the property never lock their Minivan or Pick-up truck. The keys are always left in the vehicles. Both are moderately new and somewhat non-descriptive so a perfect getaway vehicle. Not only did they provide vehicles they also kept trailers in a easily accessible unlocked shed.Security: 9/10Security was lax. There is a gate but it isn’t locked. Doors aren’t locked unless the house is left unoccupied for more than 2 weeks. No cameras made it really easy. They did have a dog which made it a bit of a pain. He was easily disposed of as he was just a Labrador Retriever puppy. Owners are very light sleepers don’t rob if they’re around.Products: 10/10No place has better selection. The place had 3 DSLR cameras, 3 Workstation class desktops, 3 tablets, 4 drones, 6 Smartphones, 9 external monitors and 11 laptops. All of the items were of premium design and value (aka Apples or equivalent). The freezers and shelves were well stocked the rest of the property was much more appealing though.They also had a shop on the property with many tools ranging from mechanics to carpentry to fabrication. The tools were of medium quality. The shop also stored 2 ATV for added convenience. The shop wasn’t the jackpot though.The shed was the real treasure trove. This drive in shed held heavy equipment all with the keys in the ignition for easy accessibility. The average equipment’s value was around $100,000, with a combined value of around $1.5 Million. Unfortunately the heavy equipment is hard to transport and the market is too small to get away with it.The products all seemed gift wrapped for the taking. Everything was easy to find as it looked organized.Laws in the area: 10/10Owners aren’t allowed to use lethal force or even have a premeditated weapon for self defense. A robber in the area once accidentally locked himself into the garage place he was robbing. As the owners did not come home for a couple days he resorted to eating dog food. The end result was the owners were charged for negligence of the robber. Laws almost protect us. Owners are not supposed to attack us in any way or they may be charged.Would you recommend to your friends?If everybody is gone a resounding yes. Unfortunately that’s not very often as the house is occupied by Home-schooling kids, a Writer and the owner is a farmer who mostly works on property. Also if you intend to use brute force, bring a weapon. All the occupants are big. The average height is around 6 feet.BTW bring friends to help loot. It really requires a team of people to loot the place.
How does one succeed at life?
I had millions of dollars from selling a business and then I lost it all. I lost home. I had the IRS all over me.Then I lost my family. Then all my relationships fell apart.My friends and family from the year 2000 no longer talk to me. I take that back. One friend from the year 2000.I built back up. Built another business. Sold it. Bought another house. Then lost the money and lost the house. Lost my friends.I changed my definition of success.This is my new definition:CONNECTION: Being with people I love who love me. NO TOXIC PEOPLE. For better or worse, I have a “one strike and you’re out” policy. We wear this bag of skin for only so long.COMPETENCE: Find the things I love, get good at them, even a little bit, every day.FREEDOM: When I do something I don’t want to do, I feel resentment, I don’t do a good job, people get upset, and I lose track of who I am. If you don’t make the choices in your own life then someone else will and the results won’t be as good for you.This is hard to do.It’s not about “ building good habits”.I put that in quotes because so many bullshit self-help writers think it’s about habits.A “habit” is “make the bed” or “brush your teeth every day.”And it’s not about goals.Again, many self-help gurus say “have big goals”. “Think big or die small”. Blah blah.This is BS also. If all you have is a big goal you’re guaranteed to not make it.When I was going to shoot myself in the head I started to figure out what was important to me. And ever since then I’ve had success.In the past few years I’ve written many bestselling books. I’ve built an almost $100 million in revs. business that’s still growing. I have great friends that I love. My family is better than ever.I have a podcast that’s had over 70,000,000 downloads. And, my biggest achievement: I’m a Top Quora Writer for five years in a row.I’m in control of most of the decisions of my life. And I’m ok with the decisions I have no control over (it’s raining today, for instance, so I have a raincoat).I have a cough today but I’m carrying cough drops. I hope it gets better.But I don’t care. I’m looking forward to going to the hex game cafe later and playing board games.I’m sick of interviewing billionaires and world champions.So boring. They all say the same things. But they speak the language of success. I’ve learned so much by interviewing them.None of what they say is a surprise. But actually putting it to work and seeing the results right in front of me is proof that these ideas, these processes they put in place, have worked for them.They’ve worked for me also.But I think I’m a little lazy. I like to bingewatch TV also.A) VALUES:What do you stand for?I ask this to people and they say stupid shit like, “I want to help entrepeneurs succeed”. Or, “I want to help people communicate better.”I don’t mean to be harsh. But really check yourself to see if anyone gives a shit about what you say.For me: I want to be honest with the people around me. I want to do the things in life that I love (and that changes almost every day).And when I say I will do something: I overpromise and then deliver.That beats out the people who think they are smart by “underpromising”. That’s the strategy of a loser.I want to be healthy and creative. I want to entertain.I want to raise children to be good adults.I want desperately to not care what people think about me. I want to treat people with grace and respect and not care about the consequences.If I help myself, share how I do it in an entertaining way, then I can hope for the best.Oh, and whatever I am interested in: I want to be a threat.B) PERSISTENCEIf you improve 1% a day at the things you love, then very quickly you find obstacles.1% a day equals 3800% in a year when compounding.How do you improve?“Plus, Minus, Equal”.This was told to me by the greatest ultimate fighting champion ever: Frank Shamrock.Find your Plus: a mentor or group of mentors, even if they are virtual (an author, someone on Youtube, etc).Find your Equals: people who are moving up the chain with you that you can compare notes with.Find your Minus: people who you can teach to. If you can’t teach, then you don’t understand what you’re supposed to be teaching.(with former MMA world champion Frank Shamrock)Business is a great example. Some people are great at building a one million dollar business. But at ten million in revenues, there are a different set of problems. And at $100,000,000 there is a greater set of problems.Success means viewing problems as opportunities for solutions.In business, relationships, family, friendships, writing, art, etc.If you don’t have problems to persist through then you’ve stopped getting better and life will get worse.C) PATIENCEI’ve asked 400 of the most successful people in the world what they did when they were at their worst.How did you survive?Almost always the answer is: WAIT.Keep being healthy. Keep writing down ideas. Keep being honest and helping friends and doing good.But don’t force anything in your career or life.Henry Winkler (the actor who played “The Fonz” on Happy Days in the 70s), told me during his NINE dark years of no acting that the worst thing he could have done was force it.Instead, he kept his network alive. He learned how to produce and direct. And gradually he got back into acting. Last season, on “Barry”, he helped that show get 13 Emmies.When you thrash, you crash.Just be quiet. Don’t move too much. Be calm. Be patient.Life rewards the patient.(me and “The Fonz” at the comedy club, Standup NY, I am part-owner of).D) READY. FIRE. AIMSara Blakely, the wealthiest self made woman in the world (she created Spanx) got her first big order and had only a few weeks to deliver.The problem: she didn’t have a manufacturer.So she found one. She was lit on fire and had to put that fire out.So many people plan plan plan. Analysis paralysis.Have the idea. Get the order. Then figure it out.Want to swim. Get thrown in the water. Don’t drown.Have a story. Write it down. Then edit the grammar and make a second, third, fourth draft of the story.Richard Branson didn’t buy 10 airplanes and then start Virgin Air.He called Boeing, convinced them to LEND him a plane for a year. Then got a route from the US to England. THEN started Virgin Air, which he sold for billions.(Sara built Spanx (example in the image) into a multi-billion business without any fashion experience. She just wanted to help women feel better)E) OBSESSIONWhen you love something, you’ll WANT to do it in every spare moment.You’ll read about it. You’ll watch videos. Get mentors. Talk about it with friends. Study the nuances. Start trying it for yourself. And on and on.The one who is obsessed will beat out the person who is not obsessed.Why? Simple: the person who is not obsessed will NEVER know the nuance and subtleties.I once started a business that combined my interests in writing, investing, and programming. All my prior obsessions.Three months into developing my idea I realized I had a ton of competition. But I could tell they weren’t obsessed. They weren’t a threat.I got millions of users with a month.I sold my company for $10,000,000. They all went out of business.Nobody can beat an obsessive.(Sasha Cohen told me only obsession is what got her a medal in the 2006 Olympics)F) TALENT SEXScott Adams, the creator of Dilbert, told me, “I’m pretty good at drawing, but not the best. I’m pretty good at writing, but not the best. I’m pretty funny, but not the best, and I’m pretty good at business, but not the best. But I’m probably the best at the combination.”Which is why Dilbert is the top selling syndicated cartoon strip and Scott is probably worth over $100,000,000.When you get pretty good at a lot of things and then combine them: you’ll be among the best in the world at the intersection.List your talents. Start figuring out how to combine them.(Dilbert)G) VISIONDon’t read the news. Read a lot of books by smart people. Here are some starting points:Sapiens by Yuval HarariThe Evolution of Everything by Matt RidleyAntifragile by Nassim TalebZero to One by Peter ThielTiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl StrayedThinking in Bets by Annie DukeLook around the world. Don’t listen to the people who are screaming and yelling and hating and fighting.Think realistically about what you love doing: where will it be five years from now?For instance, is the 2 party system in America going to last? Will TV shows still be 30 minutes or 60 minutes? Will bookstores exist? Will Uber still exist? Will AI be doing surgeries?Have a vision for where the world is going. Or wait for one (see above). Vision is the mother of invention.H) PERSUASIONEvery successful person I know, knows how to persuade.Robert Cialdini’s book “Influence” is the Bible of persuasion techniques.BUT, Vision + Obsession + Health makes it easy to persuade others.I) EMPATHYRule #3 of improvisation is: “Make your scene partner look good.”Nobody gives a shit about you. Stop caring so much about what people think you.Focus on how to make the people around you look good. Then the world around you will look good. Then the center of the world around you will look good.I mean..you.J) PROBLEM SOLVINGget a waiter’s padevery day write down ten ideasWithin six months you will be an idea machine. People will throw problems at you and you will be able to solve them trivially.This is a super power. And with great power becomes great responsibility.On the TV show “Crashin”, Pete Holmes asks the famous comedian Whitney Cummings, “Can you give me advice? What does it take to succeed?”I love her response. First she said, “I can’t tell you. There’s no answer.”And he begged. “Please just tell me one thing “She said, “The star is the person everyone else wants to be friends with.”
I have nothing to fill my time with. I don't know how to figure it out. What should I do?
If you're looking for something to fill your time perhaps you will consider the hobby of Masturbation. There is nothing wrong with finding out what you yourself really like. Plus it's a great stress reliever and it will help you in the future - with relationships, with expressing to the person your intimate with what you actually like. Because you will know.Just a thought!Plus it is very “Hands-On experience! Great Exercise, at any age!!Watch YouTube videos!They can help pass the time very easily & i find it extremely pleasurable!i Will provide links if You would prefer, let me know!
How often do you take the time to fill out surveys?
Very often and I do it almost everyday for many times as well. For if you really want to make some money online with surveys, you need to really work hard for that. You need to sign up with a few websites and start to always do the surveys in a regular basis during th days and you ha d to do it fast as well. The reason being that some surveys will need certain amount of people to do the surveys within an hour or two. Once they meet the quota, the survey will be closed . There are actually some strategy that you can follow[1] and don’t forget to sign up and start to do your work as well.Footnotes[1] Christian Money Tips
Why does it take so long to get a prescription at the pharmacy?
The wait time given is not always the time it takes to fill YOUR prescription. It's usually the time it'll take to finish everyone else's prescription that came before yours.Your prescription has to be entered EXACTLY the way the doctor wrote it. If someone, such as an assistant, enters the prescription incorrectly but doesn't notice until the pharmacist checks it for accuracy and appropriatenes, the process gets restarted. The prescription gets sent back for someone to cancel it in the computer and re-enter everything once again. If you go to a pharmacy with inexperienced staff, lots of mistakes are made behind the counter, but the pharmacist has the final check. Trust me, there's a lot that can go wrong and can be missed if the pharmacist is rushed and stressed out.For instance, I used to work at a VERY busy pharmacy. We even had a huge room sized robot that counted and labeled the majority of our prescriptions. This would seem like it would make it super easy to work there. But, in fact, sometimes it made it even more dangerous for patients. Anyway, on a very busy day, the pharmacist made an error and didn't open up the box of fentanyl they were checking. Just so happens that 100microgram patches were put in a 25 microgram box. That's 4 times the dose that the patient used to receive. The patches look all the same except for the box and the size of the patch and maybe some writing but when you've been on these meds for a long time most people won't even think to read the package each time they apply the patch to their skin.We got a frantic call from the patients wife who, upon trying to wake him, she was unsuccessful. She called to inquire if the doctor changed his dose… That's when the pharmacist asked her to read the patch off his arm. This pharmacist was mortified that they had made such a huge error. It ruined them for a long while. Luckily, the patient survived. But, those mistakes stick with you forever. They're always on their minds when they are working and sadly even when they aren't.So when you wonder what takes so long to prepare a prescription, please be nice about wait times, you really don't know what the pharmacist has just gone through and they may just want to take their time so nobody gets hurt.