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mynameisbigk6789

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  1. Shoot. I pretty much got excited and thought this could something be possible to do. But maybe I may want to look at the website and see how I can compete against it, somehow still.
  2. Since I am interested in moving to Turkey in the future, I was wondering what kind of goods can you buy at local stores, bazaars, malls and so on that can be imported from Turkey to the USA? Does anyone have an idea. Would it be good to buy things from retailers in Turkey, or directly from the manufacturers, to have better profits? I am just curious how I can get started and go somewhere with such venture in Importing/Exporting.
  3. Since I have discovered that working at most schools in Turkey requires a BA degree in order to get a work visa. Is it possible that after I get a certificate in TOEFL/TESOL/TEFL, could I move to Turkey and offer private English lessons as services? Should I know Native Level Turkish before I consider looking into offering private tutoring services when the time comes? What do you guys think? Another thing is would it be possible to get a job at a school with a TOEFL/TESOL/TEFL and without a degree, but rather then getting a work permit, apply for residency (I myself am a Turkish-American born
  4. Well I am above the military draft age and most likely, I would probably apply for residency versus a Work Visa instead. I was born and raised in the USA but my parents were born in Turkey. I would love to find a way to work in Turkey and teach English, but too bad I don't have a degree. (I stopped going to school a few months back due to emotional burnout and believe it is better for me to get a job and relax from school).
  5. I have some knowledge of the Turkish language and I was wondering, are there are any places where you can go teach English in Turkey without a BA, or just with a TOEFL certificate only? I am really looking into finding a way to where I can go and move to my family's native country and get a job there. Will they let you get work permits to get a English Teaching job with just a TOEFL certificate only.
  6. I gave an example of Izmir because one my parents were born there actually, that's why. But I am just curious about things and want to simply learn that is all. I have heard many stories of Chinese American kids born and raised in the USA living in China, as well as Japanese American kids born and raised in the USA living in Japan, plus Vietnamese American kids moving to Vietnam and so on, so I guess hearing such stories inspired me to look into moving to Turkey and be more closer to my relatives, in a way. We will see what happens over the next few months, and eventually, next few years.
  7. Fil my friend, I am a person that doesn't make stuff look obvious. I try to strike simple conversations with people usually and I come of as "friendly, decent and kind" as you said. I am simply trying to educate myself on issues. Nothing more, nothing less. I am just an inexperienced little kid just learning about life, lol.
  8. First of all, I am going to stay away from those girls who come from conservative families. Second of all, this month, I am going to talk with parents on concerning what to do with my life (I am debating on working on being a Small Business Owner, Insurance Agent or a Book Author, since I am writing a story). Third of all, I am not a heavy drinker, I only drink and smoke Hookah on a socially oriented basis. Fourth of all, if I ever move to Turkey, I will definitely live where my relatives are (Izmir), that is if I can seriously achieve doing so. Fifth of all, you might be right about things, j
  9. I am a Young Turkish-American who is in his mid 20's born and raised in the States. I just recently finished school and didn't get a degree, due to not being able to get accepted into a Vocational Program. I am trying to figure out what to do with my life. I just recently this summer came back from a trip to see my relatives and I first of all have to say I really enjoy seeing the lifestyle there. I enjoyed being around my relatives, as well as the hospitality of all my relatives. I cried seeing kids playing happily in the streets of the neighborhoods, as I don't see this stuff at all in local
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