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Old 04-01-2013, 01:52 PM
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Originally Posted by mic111 View Post
2nd Edit: It is very cool that your doing this.

Thank you, it was my wish for so long Can't wait to come and experience the USA
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Old 04-01-2013, 02:37 PM
Location: MMU->ABE->ATL->ASH
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Just a warning about living conditions on some J1 visa, Companies.

McDonald's cuts ties with midstate operator over guest worker scandal | PennLive.com

Follow some of the links..
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Old 08-18-2013, 06:00 PM
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Originally Posted by AnaKne View Post
Yes, it seems that I have probably mixed cities. My bad
Well, we don't know what kind of restaurant it is, but I assume it's something like McDonald's, KFC... We will get the right address and all the details when we sign the job offer. (and that would probably be on Monday) So,right know I'm trying to get all information I can get. I don't have a problem with being bored in the city, or with natures beauty.
We will be staying in a hotel,and the room will cost for a month $400 per person. Maybe, when we come there,we will be looking for some cheaper place to live. Is that possible? is the price overrated?
What is my biggest concern, will we be able to get a second job? We definitely want a second job, so is there many demands for it? We really want to work for three months as much as we can...
Can you tell me little bit more about your experience with that employer and how where students managed, and were they satisfied with the city, pay? Maybe it's the same employer
this was posted a few months ago and i wondered if the poster ever made it to trinidad.
if you're still around out here, please let us know how you're doing and how you like the town. i presume that the $400/mo hotel was the Savoy Hotel, which still advertises on craigslist so i guess it is still open for business. i'll be passing through town next weekend and will be going by there out of curiosity. doesn't look like much from the outside google maps view, but maybe safe enough. looks like it would fit right in with Amsterdam coffee house/hotels if A64 ever gets fully implemented. certainly the price is right for newcomers working minimum wage or maybe retirees on soc sec only. can't get any lower without roommates. Prospect Plaza apartments are same price, but probably have full kitchens.
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