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Adventure in Amsterdam

Goedemorgen! Only 8 days left. In 8 days, I will be driving to the airport to go to the United States of America. It’s crazy how fast time went by. 900 more words

Washington D.C.

Pizza Hut® Pakistan, to be the first international food chain to sign an MFA and launch an IPO

:  In an event held at the US Consulate, MCR (franchisee of Pizza Hut® Pakistan) announced signing an initial public offering and master franchise agreement and IPO proposal. 245 more words

Food

Day 3: 05.16.2017

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Today was a much easier day. We started the day at the US Consulate where we were given information on the current state of South Africa. 249 more words

Fun Days

Work Visas for Nurses and Other Professionals When DOL says ‘Not a Specialty Occupation’ - H-1B Visa Alternatives for Canadian & Mexican Nationals

Nurses often have a unique issue in qualifying for H-1B speciality work visa status since the Department of Labor  (“DOL”) determined Nurses only require a 2 year diploma. 309 more words

Marriage License Application in Talisay City, Cebu, Philippines

“Yes!” was my reply when my American boyfriend proposed. Although it didn’t come as a surprise as we’ve been talking about getting married for quite some time, it was still a life-changing decision. 969 more words

Philippines

Hiking Tip # 3: Personal Safety, Risk Mitigation, and Traveling in Foreign Countries

January 28, 2017

The following story was chronicled on television recently and the full article on the tragic story of Aubrey Sacco’s disappearance in Nepal while hiking can be read at the following link: 1,082 more words

Hiking

Celebrating Thanksgiving with Consul General Walter Braunohler

This past week has been full of surprises! I got to celebrate Thanksgiving the traditional American way with U.S. Consul General Walter Braunohler. I spent time touring Oscar Schindler’s Factory for an unexpected assignment in my Holocaust class. 853 more words

Gilman Scholarship