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South Asians in Wyoming

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Do you have dog? If yes which breed? Comment below I just got Golden Retriever he is 11 weeks old now.

Two of my recent posts are missing from my page. I didn't delete those. Can anybody help me? - August 1st 6 of my posts got deleted because of technical issues. Last one happened on August 10th. I'm afraid to post on this page now.

Ah you guys!!!! So excited as I’m planning my trip to India. This is going to be my first visit back home after moving here. I’m going to be primarily in Delhi, as that’s where I’m from, but I also have Bombay and Amritsar in my itinerary. NOW, I need your help plan it! Please, I need your best recommendations for restaurants/bars: classy, hole-in-the-wall, breweries, cocktail bars, etc! Am sure these recommendations will come in handy to a lot of us visiting these cities.... thank youuuuuu ❤️

What are the best way to call India from direct mobile are -> RebtelGoogle VoiceReliance Global India Callhelpingdesi.com/reliance-india-call Do you guys know any other cheaper options. Please let me know in comments. I am writing article to help our community and your help will be appreciated.

When you were new to USA, did you ever feel like your English is not easily understood by the locals and vice versa? 🙃 . The American vocabulary and lingo is different from the rest of the world. Many a times you may observe that your choice of words does not match the way locals speak. And that made me think.. . Is it just me or do all newbies in the States face this issue 🙃 . Tell me an instance when you felt like your English is getting a lotta - "Come again?" . See my example in the comment below 👇🏽 I started learning the American alternative words when I started conversing with customer service reps, cashiers, neighbors and ultimately co-workers.

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Can I work as an International Student in USA? What kind of jobs can I do?

If you are a student in the United States holding an F-1 visa, you know that your work options are limited and require a little bit of paperwork. Whether you're looking for a job, an internship, or even volunteering at a soup kitchen, to work legally in the country with student visa while studying you must receive an approval for CPT.

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How much time does it take to get your EAD?

If you are a spouse of an H1-B or L1 visa holder, you need to apply for a work permit or an EAD to work in the USA. Most EADs are processed in 4-6 months but it may sometimes take longer. You might have many such questions related to your immigration status? What if my H1-B extension is denied? Where to find Immigration Lawyers near me, or how to prepare for your citizenship test? You can ask all these questions on homeis in the Immigration forum.

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Where do I find good Desi food in USA?

South Asian love their food and rightly so. But a lot of Americans also love our cuisine and as a result it is not difficult to find a Desi restaurant in most American cities and towns. But to find the really good and authentic South Asian restaurants nearby, you have to look further: check in neighborhoods with a big South Asian community and ask for specific recommendations.

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Where can you buy Desi groceries in US?

South Asian immigrants in the USA are often on the lookout for desi grocery stores close to where they live. Spices and vegetables are missed by the South Asian palate and finding a South Asian grocery store nearby is an important consideration while choosing one’s home or apartment. These days, almost every state in the U.S, has a South Asian (desi) grocery store where you can buy all kinds of dals, pickels, frozen food and fresh vegetables.

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How to send money back home?

Most of us working in the USA send money back home. While doing a wire transfer from your bank is one way to do it, one of the easiest ways is to send money through various money transfer apps. Look for exchange rates offered by these apps, the time to process the transaction and choose the one that suits your needs the most.

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Where to watch Desi TV shows in USA?

With online streaming, it has become a lot easier these days to watch your favourite TV shows from your hometown. There are multiple options like Sling TV, Hotstar USA, IPTV and more. 

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