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Not everyone that lives or comes from America is RICH!


OP Polamerican27 1 | 9
17 Nov 2010 #31
Right now my submission for re-admittance is being reviewed by the Attorney General and Sec of State(Hilarary Clinton) So if they give me the green light...ZOOooom Im coming home.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,296
17 Nov 2010 #32
Is there a waiting period after a deportation? I figured there'd be one?
OP Polamerican27 1 | 9
17 Nov 2010 #33
well my paperwork says I cant come back NEVER unless the powers that I mentioned before over turn the decision. But its usually 5 years waiting
convex 20 | 3,978
17 Nov 2010 #34
It's all too late for you and I hope that one day you'll be able to either start a new life in Poland or make your way back home somehow.

On a side note, I thought that you were vehemently against violent immigrants in the the US?

And again, regarding the thread title. "Rich" is relative...
skysoulmate 14 | 1,296
17 Nov 2010 #35
On a side note, I thought that you were vehemently against violent immigrants in the the US?

True, I assumed he has served out his sentence? Which is why emphasized that his

...number one priority should be to refocus your life, what country you live in comes next. Just my take on it..

convex 20 | 3,978
17 Nov 2010 #36
What difference does that make? The US has no need for violent guests, there are enough there already, imports and homegrown.

Anyway, the good majority of people that come from America are relatively rich. It's right for Poles to assume that people coming from a land where it's that easy to money, that the person would be relatively rich compared to Poles who have to work harder (and more importantly smarter), to be able to consume at the same level.
nunczka 8 | 458
17 Nov 2010 #37
Wroclaw Boy:
I see youve been nicely brainwashed too.Quote]

You Europeans just cant understand what it is to be an American. My Father who was a Polish Immigrant took pride to be an American citizen.

He came to America in the early 1900, He worked hard and served in the US Army during WW1. He is dead now, but he left my Brother and I with 4 homes two in Florida, and a business employing 32 people.. TRY THAT IN POLAND.
convex 20 | 3,978
17 Nov 2010 #38
TRY THAT IN POLAND.

I tried it in the Czech Republic, it works over here too.
f stop 25 | 2,513
17 Nov 2010 #39
Good luck, OriginalPoster!
How bad do you have to be to get deported? Any felony? The only thing I can imagine getting popped for is DUI.
DarrenM 1 | 77
17 Nov 2010 #40
You Europeans just cant understand what it is to be an American.

**** man.......Ain't we the unfortunate ones.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,296
17 Nov 2010 #41
Good luck, OriginalPoster!
How bad do you have to be to get deported? Any felony? The only thing I can imagine getting popped for is DUI.

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I caught a Felony and after sept 11 anyone NOT a citizen that commited an aggravated felony(armed robbery-Gun possesion) gets deported. I beat my first deportation in 2002. But in 2005 I went back to prison....

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**** man.......Ain't we the unfortunate ones.

Well, I think he/she was venting based on the previous "brainwashed" comment. I think every person should be proud of who they are while having respect for people from other places. Maybe the comment was taken slightly out of context?
Wroclaw Boy
17 Nov 2010 #42
You Europeans just cant understand what it is to be an American.

funny that - soldiers say the same thing, although most non soldiers would never join the army as they can see what it really is.

He came to America in the early 1900, He worked hard and served in the US Army during WW1. He is dead now, but he left my Brother and I with 4 homes two in Florida, and a business employing 32 people..

Just look at the Pakistanis and Indians in the UK over the past 60 years, see the connection. In time certain individuals from less wealthy countries will say the same about Poland, and it doesnt mean they're going to start swearing allegiance and all the crap.

TRY THAT IN POLAND.

Ahh WTF do you think ive been doing for the past 5 years IN POLAND, i aint teaching English i tell ya that.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
17 Nov 2010 #43
You Europeans just cant understand what it is to be an American

What’s there to understand? National pride is nothing new, everyone has it no matter what country they are from, difference being - not everyone has that in your face attitude most americans seem to even though it's BS half of the time.

TRY THAT IN POLAND.

You don’t get around much, do you? Perfect example of the attitude mentioned above.

As for the OP, he’s still young, let it be a good life’s lesson in both his lifestyle and attitude if he ever gets back that is. We don’t need the likes of him here either so the attitude adjustment is a must no matter what happens in the future.
Teffle 22 | 1,321
17 Nov 2010 #44
You Europeans just cant understand what it is to be an American

The laugh is, you probably don't either.

Go on - explain it, what does it "mean to be American" as opposed to being any other nationality?
pgtx 30 | 3,156
17 Nov 2010 #45
Today the banks are probably more paranoid than necessary but that's somewhat understandable. Either way, I think a 15-20% downpayment on a house is a logical and prudent request from the banks.

the recent law regulations make getting a house loan very hard... so what if you can afford paying the mortage, if bank can't give you a loan under a way too many circumstances... and because Americans are so much in debt, it makes it almost impossible...
Havok 10 | 912
17 Nov 2010 #46
Most immigrants in the US are going to experience economic hardship, that hasn't changed for 200 years. This is a free market, you have to compete with other people who lived here all their lives, it takes time to figure out how everything works here.

educate yourself, work your as$ off, think outside the box, don't be xenophobe or a bigot, stay out of the trouble and good things will come to you.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
17 Nov 2010 #47
educate yourself, work your as$ off, think outside the box, don't be xenophobe or a bigot, stay out of the trouble and good things will come to you.

that's actually a great advice Havok...
guesswho 4 | 1,289
17 Nov 2010 #48
educate yourself, work your as$ off, think outside the box, don't be xenophobe or a bigot, stay out of the trouble and good things will come to you.

The best quote of all in this thread.
nunczka 8 | 458
17 Nov 2010 #49
Go on - explain it, what does it "mean to be American" as opposed to being any other nationality?

AAh! It is not up to me to explain it, i was born here. You might ask some of your Irish countrymen why they left Ireland for America, and never returned.
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535
17 Nov 2010 #50
deported

Strange .. my friend lives in USA ... he is a Pole and he actually gets Poles in USA! ... Thats basically his job. He is quite smart and earns very good =D ... in a short time he is rich enough! Lol...

I do not agree with his ways ... but as they call em' "Successful". Perhaps its like getting married to some American girl thing ... I mean thats what he suggested last time we met.

There are many Poles in USA doing good ...
guesswho 4 | 1,289
17 Nov 2010 #51
You might ask some of your ...... countrymen why they left ........ for America, and never returned.

Actually a very good question (...answer), just about to anyone out there.
monika87 - | 55
17 Nov 2010 #52
Use it to your advantage.

but do not cry later - she wants your money and not you.

The men who never had a woman are the biggest wannabe lmao come on, learn how to behave.
Teffle 22 | 1,321
17 Nov 2010 #53
You might ask some of your Irish countrymen why they left Ireland for America, and never returned.

I don't need to you clown - nothing to do with it anyway.
monika87 - | 55
17 Nov 2010 #54
You Europeans just cant understand what it is to be an American

The laugh is, you probably don't either.

Go on - explain it, what does it "mean to be American" as opposed to being any other nationality?

I agree with Teffle.
Wroclaw Boy
17 Nov 2010 #55
You might ask some of your Irish countrymen why they left Ireland for America, and never returned.

It is nothing to do with it but lets face it America 150 years ago was much, much more attractive than it is now. Those dudes got in at ground level, the timing could not have been better and it is all about the timing.
monika87 - | 55
17 Nov 2010 #56
You might ask some of your Irish countrymen why they left Ireland for America, and never returned.

I don't need to you clown - nothing to do with it anyway.

It is nothing to do with it but lets face it America 150 years ago was much, much more attractive than it is now. Those dudes got in at ground level, the timing could not have been better and it is all about the timing.

True.
Wroclaw Boy
17 Nov 2010 #57
nunczka:
You might ask some of your ...... countrymen why they left ........ for America, and never returned.

Actually a very good question (...answer), just about to anyone out there.

Why are you............ editing posts................with lots...........of full stops..........you twat?
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
17 Nov 2010 #58
We all live in mansions, retire before the age of twenty five and have hundreds of thousands extra to invest in Wall street which is why we own most of the world.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
17 Nov 2010 #59
and very popular.... the $$$ grow on trees... so people live moslty in woods...
trener zolwia 1 | 939
17 Nov 2010 #60
Ive been in and out of prisons from the age of 14. I lived in an area where whites were the minority.I spent about 6 yrs altogether in prisons. It started with small stuff fights,stealing bikes, then i joined the Bloods street gang at 15 and that was that

So really your problem is that you're a career criminal.
We've already got plenty of them. Good thing we booted you...


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