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How can a dropout get working papers in NYC?

How can a dropout get working papers in NYC? Topic: Diploma papers
July 21, 2019 / By Colleen
Question: My niece is 16, and she dropped out a few months ago. She's already signed up for taking GED classes, but she wants a part time job. How can she get her working papers if her school already has her as a dropout? Please help us! Thanks!
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Bernadette Bernadette | 4 days ago
Well it'll be pretty hard to find a job in NYC or any city of major commerce being underage, a drop out and with a GED, but in any case check this website http://www.labor.ny.gov/workerprotection/laborstandards/workprot/wphmpg.shtm Not my neice but i would highly advise that she continue her education, because in a city run by king Bloomberg, even a Bachelors degree is no more than a high school diploma.
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Bernadette Originally Answered: Graduate school dropout?
Do you need accommodations? You have four Bs and one A - that's pretty good. Do you even feel you need accommodations? If you do, then discuss this with your academic advisor. But if you don't, then the school doesn't need to know. Do you feel you can complete the program? Why are you having doubts? Is it because you feel you must tell the uni about your issues? As I said, unless you feel you need accommodations, you don't have to tell them. But if you do need accommodations, speak to your advisor about what you might need, so you can determine next steps. You can register your disability with the uni, btw, and never ask for accommodations from your profs. It's just that if, down the road, you realize you *need* them, you can ask for them at that point. But again, your next steps are up to you. You are in control of this aspect of your educational plan. If you do not want to tell the uni, then do not. If you change your mind later on, then tell them then.
Bernadette Originally Answered: Graduate school dropout?
My advice is to stick it out. Its tough, I am going through similar issues as you in my grad program- and the funny thing is I am a social worker and next year will be working in our campus therapy center lol. But I can say from experience that your cohort will get closer as time goes by, and within a couple weeks most likely you guys will be headed to the bars to chill which will mellow you out (not just because of the beer haha!) That doesnt help too much, but I would see if you cant get some meds if you arent already on them. They have helped me at least scrape by long enough to keep ticking.
Bernadette Originally Answered: Graduate school dropout?
double edged sword..... declare depression and you MIGHT get the chace to occasionally turn in work late, thats about it. You get a rep. Best is to get on meds, see your shrink regularly, and most mportant, work as hard as you can as long as you can, try to get ahead in your work, anticipate the downs, and remember that depression is something that you CAN work around. I know it is hard to overcome major clinical depression: it isn;t about 'feeling' sad, it is about a total lack of feeling... most people, including the shrinks, dont 'get' it. You have to wake each day, and even though you dont shiv a git, do SOMETHING. The depression eventually passes. I cant give you anything more to go on than that.... best wished to you and remember, you have to do what is best for YOU!
Bernadette Originally Answered: Graduate school dropout?
Are you on birth control pills? Often some of them with progestin will cause serious depression. They really caused bad depression in my daughter and darn near drove her to suicide until I found a good doctor in LA who figured it out.

Bernadette Originally Answered: If someone who doesnt have papers didnt come in with a visa n r tryin to get papers will they be sent to mexic?
You can start the process with him here in the states. However when the time comes for the interview he will be required to go back to Mexico for that. He will also be required to stay in Mexico after the interview until the end of the process (if it works out in your favor) His application will be denied because of his illegal presence in the US. Depending on how many yrs past 18 he was inside the US will dictate how long his band is going to be. You as a US citizen, can file for a waiver of this ban. However in order for this waiver to be approved you are going to have to be able to show extreme financial hardship here without him here to take care of you. If you can just this hurdle then the waiver will be approved and he will get a visa to return to the US. If it fails he will be banned for a number of yrs, up to 10. I suggest you go talk to a good immigration attorney. The first consult is usually free. That way you know first hand what you guys are facing. Good luck ~~Donna~~
Bernadette Originally Answered: If someone who doesnt have papers didnt come in with a visa n r tryin to get papers will they be sent to mexic?
Yes he will! And he will be banned from US soil for 10 years! The loop holes that allowed people who entered the US "without inspection" to adjust status while in the US have been closed! You can always file for a waiver after you file for a visa and it is denied. Need a lawyer and money!
Bernadette Originally Answered: If someone who doesnt have papers didnt come in with a visa n r tryin to get papers will they be sent to mexic?
During the process,Yes he will be required to return to his country of origin if he was not legally inspected at the border when he came in.He will likely have to stay in or close to Juarez,Mexico close to the US embassy there to continue the process should you both choose the I-601 process.I highly suggest going to Immigrate2us.net as they maybe able to help you more through the process than anyone else.

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