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    Quote Originally Posted by CardinalVol View Post
    He would now though.
    After a US education and working in the us job market. Many kids won't get that chance anymore. I'm just saying he actually is an immigrant and would not have qualified under this. Sure, he's a citizen now and would now qualify. But when he immigrated... Nope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CardinalVol View Post
    He would now though.
    After a US education and working in the us job market. Many kids won't get that chance anymore. I'm just saying he actually is an immigrant and would not have qualified under this. Sure, he's a citizen now and would now qualify. But when he immigrated... Nope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    After a US education and working in the us job market. Many kids won't get that chance anymore. I'm just saying he actually is an immigrant and would not have qualified under this. Sure, he's a citizen now and would now qualify. But when he immigrated... Nope.
    Well when the entire premise of the game is that you take your life to date to see if you could get in the country now as to try to make a Gotcha point that it's so absurd not many American citizens could get in. And given where invol is now, he's still in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InVolNerable View Post
    31-35 (barely) - 8
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    Fluent in English - 12
    $155,800+ - 13
    No Nobel Peace - 0
    No Olympic Medal - 0
    No foreign currency investments - 0
    Well I put that I would be investing foreign currency. Not sure if that's right. I currently invest domestic currency. I suppose I'd invest my hypothetical foreign currency here if I relocated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kptvol View Post
    Well I put that I would be investing foreign currency. Not sure if that's right. I currently invest domestic currency. I suppose I'd invest my hypothetical foreign currency here if I relocated.
    Yeah, but I had to click < 1.5 million, and that is the same value (0) as None.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    After a US education and working in the us job market. Many kids won't get that chance anymore. I'm just saying he actually is an immigrant and would not have qualified under this. Sure, he's a citizen now and would now qualify. But when he immigrated... Nope.
    Can ten year olds just up and move countries all by themselves? I'd think the rules would apply to his parents at the time, not him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kptvol View Post
    Can ten year olds just up and move countries all by themselves? I'd think the rules would apply to his parents at the time, not him.
    He's still safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unimane View Post
    Apparently, neither of my Master's degrees are worth a damn thing. A such, I will be relaying this information directly to my student loan holder and expect them to cancel all debts arising from either endeavor.
    Yeah I definitely think education from US high school diploma on up should be worth a lot more points than on that sheet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fl0at_ View Post
    He's still safe.

    InVol is America's desired recruit. He's 5*.
    I'm good with this.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tmac61 View Post
    Not bright enough? Where does that even come from. I'm 31 years old and a highly decorated journalist. Ive done more things in 3 decades then most will in their entire life. I am certainly bright and intelligent. I work in a field that demands it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    After a US education and working in the us job market. Many kids won't get that chance anymore. I'm just saying he actually is an immigrant and would not have qualified under this. Sure, he's a citizen now and would now qualify. But when he immigrated... Nope.
    I mean, if I showed up at the border by myself then I wouldn't have. But I'm sure they aren't telling qualifying parents to leave their kids at the doorstep on the way in.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tmac61 View Post
    Not bright enough? Where does that even come from. I'm 31 years old and a highly decorated journalist. Ive done more things in 3 decades then most will in their entire life. I am certainly bright and intelligent. I work in a field that demands it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kptvol View Post
    Can ten year olds just up and move countries all by themselves? I'd think the rules would apply to his parents at the time, not him.
    If his parents qualified then I guess he'd be fine. We report kids all the time though, even if they came as babies, if they aren't citizens.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Unimane View Post
    This is a link to a Time magazine test that incorporates the proposed legislation on immigration of the RAISE Act in order to see if a person qualifies for a visa.

    http://time.com/4887574/trump-raise-act-immigration/

    I got a 24, so, no visa for me. If only I won an Olympic medal or made more than $77,000 and the right kind of Master's degree.
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    Easily in.

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    If it was fluency in a second language, I'd have to go back to Scotland, though.

    Wait a minute...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tenacious D View Post
    Easily in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fl0at_ View Post
    If it was fluency in a second language, I'd have to go back to Scotland, though.

    Wait a minute...
    I can order a beer in multiple languages. Does that count as fluent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unimane View Post
    Cosmopolitan elite.
    Ha! Not if you knew me, Un.

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    In. 1%'er. Let them eat cake.
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