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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by johndodds90:
    At this point, I'm 17, so, as far as I can tell, haven't accumulated any negative points and don't have any entry bar (correct me if I'm wrong). </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
    That's correct (in case you leave now), but keep in mind that you also don't have a status to "change status from" within the USA. In other words, whether you go for student or any other status, you'll have to return to home country to get a proper visa first.

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    [quote]Although a nice job oportunity sounds great to you right now, this company is doing YOU a disservice by wanting to hire you now, rather than you going to college.[quote]


    Jeff, Im sorry I have to disagree on this. the disservice that is being done is to the usa worker and the h1b by going ignoring the guidelines to hire this young man.


    JohnDodds...

    Congratulations on being so talented, and light years ahead of the rest of the pack.Unfortuately america is under the mindset that you have to go to college to be educated rather than the fact that you can be educated in other ways.
    Young man.. speak with your attorney about returning to your country while you are still legal to apply for student visa.to come back here in a legal status . You will probably be able to get permission to work after your 1st year in college. then you can pursue partime or consultant type work with that company. or another.

    the main point is to get you in a legal status. YOur parents dont have much hope as likely they have been in removal proceedings in abstencia. and they have ignored. SAVE YOURSELF.

    Heads up. I wouldnt use the address where you had been living in the usa, as then they will know where your parents are.

    Sincerely Good Luck!!! YOu may be the next Bill Gates, remember he had only 2 years of college and dropped out when he started the microsoft venture.

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