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12YardProductions posted BBC 5 Star Family Reunion on the United States forum on May 05, 2015:
Would you and your family like the chance to win a cash jackpot and a family reunion holiday? We are looking for British families who have emigrated to America to take part in a new game show, The National Lottery: 5 Star Family Reunion for BBC One. To receive an application form, please email: family@12yard.com
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JohnsonP replied to the thread Work in Florida on the United States forum on May 01, 2015:
JohnsonP initially posted:
Hi there I would like to work and live in the Florida. However, it is proving rather difficult to move forward. Does anyone know what sort of companies sponsor or employ British Citizens? I have worked in Higher Education for over 18yrs now, so I have a great deal of transferrable skills. I look forward to hearing from u. Many thanks.
JohnsonP replied on May 01, 2015 with:
I am living in the UK and have worked as an Executive Assistant in the following departments Graduate School, Global Examinations Board, Centre for Education and Learning Technology, Epidemiology, and Electronic Engineering.
adminjosh replied on May 01, 2015 with:
If you can tell us more about yourself it will be easier for us to give you advice. What have you done in higher ed, where are you coming from and what is your citizenship?
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correcamino posted bicycing across NORTHN tier on the United States forum on April 24, 2015:
I'm looking to hookup with a group trsveling from Michigan to Pacific cost in June.
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avgsab posted Moving to Brooklyn on the United States forum:
Hi all, I'm moving to Brooklyn in January next year with my 10 year old daughter. I'm marrying a New Yorker. I've lived there before but my daughter hasn't. I'm really interested in meeting folks in a similar situation already in New York. The idea is to prepare my daughter for the transition as much as possible, it was suggested that she becomes penpals (email...lol) with a peer? Any suggestions/thoughts? Cheers.
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Jimmy24 replied to the thread Moving to New York with teenagers on the United States forum:
Lissaj initially posted:
My husband is in the final stages of interviews for a job in New York so we could be moving from the UK this summer . We have 3 children - 10yr old who will have finished primary school here , a 16 yr old who will have just completed her GCSE 's and a 17 yr old who will have done 1 year of 6th form and completed his AS levels . I wonder if anyone could give me some information about what stage of American schooling they would go into ? Would my son's GCSE's and AS levels be enough for him to go straight to college ? Have also been researching areas to live . Don't want to live in the city - have been looking at New Rochelle , Yonkers area . Can anyone suggest any other good places , with decent schools to look at ? Thanks in advance for any help x
Jimmy24 replied most recently with:
Was in the similar situation a couple of months ago - moved to New York with my wife and son and searching for the right place to live was quite a challenge. I've read multiple guides of how to get familiar with the city faster and during that research my wife stumbled upon one website that made search for my family easier. At the moment they cover [url=http://newyork.placeilive.com]New York[/url], San Francisco and Chicago and a couple of cities in Europe if I understand correctly. I found tons of information I was curious about when I moved in - bus shops near my house, bakeries, farmers markets and similar stuff. Apparently they even do some cool map stuff with various demographic metrics, safety rates or internet speed across the city's neighborhoods. I loved this predominant [url=http://newyork.placeilive.com/ethnicity]ethnicity[/url].map across different areas of New York. Anyway, I still need to learn a lot about NYC, so if you guys could share some awesome guides or other online tools/resources that would be super helpful! Cheers, Jim.
adminjosh replied most recently with:
Tell me some more about where your husband will work. (If in Manhattan, where?) How long is he willing to commute? What kind of area are you looking for? A small city, a true suburb or a rural suburb? What are some things you guys like to do? Happy to help with more information!
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sab1022 replied to the thread Moving to Seattle- Advice needed on the United States forum:
Bridey91 initially posted:
Hi My Girlfriend is from Seattle however I am from London,England. My girlfriend currently studies here and has done for 3 years but she has to move back home on July 17th. I want to go with her but I have no university degree. I am trained as an IT Technician following an apprenticeship programme but haven't worked in that field for nearly a year. I'm desperate to move with her but desperately need advice as to whether I would be able to. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
sab1022 replied most recently with:
Get married.
sab1022 replied most recently with:
Get married.
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