Unless you are familiar with United States immigration processes, you’ve probably never heard of the national interest waiver (NIW). Even then, the NIW is a path to a green card reserved for the select few. For them though, the NIW is the first step towards becoming a permeant resident in the United States. The national interest waiver (NIW) is an employment-based petition in the EB2 … Continue reading What is the National Interest Wavier (NIW)?
It’s amazing what is really in our food these days with all the regulations and improved manufacturing techniques. You’d think by now our food supply would be clean, transparent, and safe. Here though are ten foods with some disturbing secrets their manufactures would wish remained hidden. 1. Canned Mushrooms This is seemingly a relatively unprocessed food. It should only contain mushrooms and some preservatives. However, … Continue reading 10 Foods with Hidden Secrets
iWriter.com is a simple platform that links clients to freelance writers. It’s where I started my content writing career. The pay is low, especially initially. However, there is always work available for you to choose from. You make money on iWriter by selecting an article to write and then completing the job within the allotted time. You will be paid once the client accepts your … Continue reading How to Make Money with iWriter
Whether or not you have a gift for the written word, you can make a decent income writing content for the web. How though, do you get started and how much can you make? Freelance writing can earn you $1000’s a week. These sums are obtainable for those that have a client base, established a good reputation, and have developed a strong social network to … Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Freelance Writing for Students
We all know that receiving an American college education is an expensive endeavor. Parents save and sacrifice for decades to have the privilege of ensuring their offspring have the chance to earn an undergraduate degree. How much though, do they need to save? For the 2019-2020 academic year at a four-year college, the average cost of tuition was $10,230 for an in-state public college, $27,120 … Continue reading The Cost of College Tuition in 2019
It can be a challenge to get students to attend meetings, seminars or tours at a university – even if they are a mandatory element of their academic program. The reason? The content is commonly exceedingly dull or too advanced, the temperature of the room is usually set to an extreme, and there’s always something else that they’d prefer to be doing. So, how do … Continue reading Top 10 Best Free Food Opportunities for College Students
Until you reach professor level, if you work in a university-based lab, you’re going to be forced to deal with the process of ordering. That may seem simple enough. After all, we all buy things every day of our lives. It’s a straightforward process, right? Merely figure out what you need, find someone who sells it for a price you (i.e., your lab) can afford, … Continue reading The Suffering Endured While Ordering for an Academic Lab