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"nick kuni" Discussed on Civics 101

Civics 101

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"nick kuni" Discussed on Civics 101

"This is Alan were Nick Kuni professor and director of citizenship. Now which is a program that gives free legal assistance to those looking to wave that flag themselves and while Oh you might need a lawyer to become a citizen. You won't to listen to this episode because Civics One oh one cat. EJ McCarthy today we're talking about becoming wing a US citizen. What was the process back in the day? What is it right now? What you have to do to sing along with Lee? I know that you're a citizen if you're born on US soil but if you're not what is the first thing that you have to do. Well the first thing you have to do is become a permanent resident. Listen what people call a green card holder. What exactly is a green card? It's just a government issued photo. Id that is green in color. And it verifies that you're a permanent resident that you are allowed to live and work in the US permanently so anyone who is a permanent resident can become coming US citizen. Yes if they have been here five years they read and write a certain level of English. They're a person of quote good moral character and if they pass the citizenship chip test but speaking English and the test aren't required to get a green card to become a permanent resident. No they're not so once. Your permanent resident citizenship is the breeze relatively so we should've called this episode becoming a US permanent resident. Yes we should have been. It doesn't quite have the same ring and there are many ways to live and work here in the. US visas status but becoming permanent resident is the path to citizenship. So how do you become a permanent resident while Oh you need a US citizen or permanent relative who can sponsor you or you can be sponsored by an employer who can show a shortage of US workers in a job that that employee needs to fill You can be outstanding in your field. You can be a great violinist or scientist Or you can become an investor after what does it mean to sponsor someone if you're a US citizen who makes a certain income you can sponsor a family member or potential employee. If you're a sponsor answer you're vouching for that potential new American you're saying you're going to support them financially if necessary and yeah you can sponsor a worker but far and away the most common way to get that green card is through family someone who is a US citizen or themselves a permanent resident sponsoring a relative. We call this family preference system. Can it be any relative relative. Not Any relative It can be different types of relatives but the process is going to be completely different. The wait times going to be completely different. Depending on that relationship the quarter quota is based on statute And the statute divides up the family employment based preference categories the the category for the immediate relatives of US citizens which is a spouse of a citizen unmarry child under twenty one of a citizen and the parent of a twenty one year old citizen. There's no limit it on the in that category but in the family and employment based preference categories which are divided up based on the type of relationship. You have to your employer or your relative. There is a per country quota of more no more than twenty seven thousand per year from any one one country and typically no country gets that many every year because of the overall worldwide limit. You said I wouldn't need a lawyer to understand this episode nick and I'm starting according to disagree you're right I'm sorry. This system is complicated and you are a native English speaker with a college degree. Imagine navigating it without without those two benefits. Many people do use a lawyer which can cost thousands of dollars not to mention the thousand dollars filing fee but Alan is breaking down the hierarchy okay of relationships every different category has different limits and thus different. Wait Times so there's the immediate relative category if you're a US a citizen and you went to sponsor your spouse your kid or if you're over twenty one years old your parents. There's almost no wait time. And there's no limit. It's almost a guarantee bud. What the other categories like citizens sponsoring their brother sister Depending on the country can have significant backlog so for instance in the brother and sister of a US citizen category. If you're from India you're from the Philippines if you're Mexico you could wait twenty thirty years before you qualify for permanent residence in that category twenty to thirty years. Yes it some categories where you're looking at you know in the employment based from India and some categories categories. You're looking at you know eighty years so basically none of the people who would be applying our are ever going to come.

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"nick kuni" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"nick kuni" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Their existing companies our customers and and to acquire new customers. Can you talk about some of those key partnerships new yes so one of them is <hes> trip rides. Trip is a software as a service platform that it just launched in the u._s. Two weeks ago and miami <hes> they officially partnered with the miami dolphins so that's great for us. What good is they have. Seventy five thousand users as i mentioned earlier and every user and driver rider driver has to have moby to transact so it's kind of peer to peer system so we have active users right out the gate of seventy five thousand. I'm just for moby and then we're currently integrating our esotique into their software. There's a retailer that we can use this. Yeah retailers can't over the retailers right now but the some of the biggest retailers dollars in the united states the big box stores and things of that nature watch will be doing a p._r. Released here in the next month or do that see that's big to me. I don't know oh you guys here that are listening with us. Would you agree that having the partnerships that are automatically going to onboard. Maybe that's actually the killer hilar app because we talked about that yesterday here in the mastermind and i think natural organic adoption is is really. I don't think it's going to matter what the app is. If moby pay is the one that gets into the hands of hundreds of thousands or millions of people guess what it's a very crypto world <hes> mhm i wanna ask what about your team. So what makes you guys sort of qualified to be able to launch this type of ecosystem yeah well. It makes you so a makes us well. The first person we brought on the team as our essentially our chief of counsel brian o'neill and everyone thought i was crazy doing a crypto project in the united states because the s._e._c. you see he's formerly s._e._c. Also formerly chief counsel new york stock exchange so from a compliance standpoint. We started there and then we move over to our c._t._o. Nick kuni and nick builds an accounting software <hes> up to about five hundred employees. I believe in sold it to sage which is the largest technology company in the u._k. So he understands accounting systems and lettering systems off chain which allowed us to build what we know. He's moby dick moby. Dick says younger brother moby dick wasn't available. We'll take nick <hes> love it. Just don't have any con artists on the team because then you'd have moby slick. Oh now see that's why we got the name bad crypto because i wasn't really bad so as we get ready to close at us or anything else that you want to make sure our listeners know about moby pay well. I think it's just the you know the the strategy for the mainstream adoption and that's really the key here and i think a lot of people people were focused on crypto a very small part of the demographic in the world that understand that so i think strategically were bridging the gap in that manner and have a real life application location with a real user adoption strategy the that's sets us apart in a real business right. We're not we're not a project. We're not a concept. We have a live beta right right now. You can transact. You can do certain things on but again. It's the real business and a real a real user. Adoption strategies thinks what sets us apart..

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"nick kuni" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"nick kuni" Discussed on WWL

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