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nlyjwcdsyo1mo
any Denverites in here?
xsppbtsulqof1mo
Yup. Denver is my home base. dairpabykpv
srcqqeymrd1mo
oh nice, i just moved here!
kadbrqzwh1mo
I like Denver.
kwgprmsyo1mo
It smells like hot dog food
zbizmpzrtnzj1mo
yay denver! I'll be back this weekend, but straight to the mountains
qxtfkyrgbuzj1mo
urqtcgamrh only if the wind blows the wrong way!
vdhgzbzclzqh1mo
Awesome! Where? Let me know if you need anything.
bqvkgcplb1mo
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gfoirfaqzj1mo
just moved to Baker off of S Broadway. thanks! are you in Denver often? or are you mostly traveling?
pvokjkcolm1mo
iโ€™m going to get into climbing those mountains regularly, so if anyone would like a hiking buddy, i am here! ๐Ÿ™‚
dzdvkneandxv1mo
Ah youโ€™re close. Iโ€™m in Denver until February when I head to Mexico. Then back to Denver mid-March.
ydulniyhrdti1mo
Did you move here full time or is this just a temporary visit?
ayjnfiashcvs1mo
I actively avoid anything thatโ€™s outside. ๐Ÿคฃ
mkxknnlanbqzpq1mo
I knew I liked you uomauvdaxwdwo
znekwxtiy1mo
nmafsyvojmmjh drinks and dinner? Are you in DEN next week? Iโ€™m routing through..
sqqhltiyonvv1mo
Iโ€™m out of town most of the week. And busy packing up my condo so I can move out end of month.
rhtkytjecdya1mo
Sorry!
zudqsjnchg1mo
full-time ish. i signed a 6-month lease (which is more than i usually stay in the past 2.5 years). iโ€™ll likely stay for at least a year and set up a home base.
dcjpisf1mo
๐Ÿ‘‹ Just arrived in Denver from Auckland for a week before heading to visit family in Durango. Any of you all causing trouble in Denver this weekend?
sagdpmxaxsry1mo
Hey hrgwhluj what part of town are you staying in?
ggniordkxlfjt1mo
What is the least bad US airport if I need to fly in for a couple days but it doesn't matter where?
jbvptailupfdz1mo
most international airports will suck to some level. just pick the one that makes the most sense financially and for your plans.
cbgomogud1mo
If you have global entry... dfw is fast for arrivals processing
tkunpjmjk1mo
I would avoid all east coast airports
tkjltfkfs1mo
Denver is pretty painless too
snmrgdrmrmask1mo
Yeah the east coast ones are why I'm asking
ekejfrctxopko1mo
Unbelievably bad
uvoptfsrgfhwt1mo
DFW might be cool
trmbgzusqqsby1mo
Haven't been there yet
ncaflmdco1mo
HOU has always been a breeze for me
lrdrqkxua1mo
Avoid ORD, ATL...
awbgqfbobpn1mo
Avoid airports where you're likely to get stranded in a snowstorm, too (so basically the whole midwest, new england...)
xukpoitre1mo
I just did dfw right now... from off the plane to at the flagship lounge including checked bag recheck was 36 minutes
arydieiln1mo
Note the flagship lounge doesnโ€™t have anything stronger than beer this early :(
msaeqcj1mo
Hey lktdefsrxpery I was in Littleton for a couple of days with family. Now in Salida area for the weekend. Back to Denver in a day or so!
jbgfundzdphu1mo
Nice! Iโ€™m out of town this week Wed to Sunday but then back next week if youโ€™re up for coffee.
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denijfguxv just arrived in Tucson, AZ, #united-states
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qicnpysre29d
I cross posted this in another group. Will let you know if I get any bites
xrbrbdvdmnc29d
Thank you!
mjtfmdffimoud29d
tuixywidndyz i swear I saw someone a bit ago in #_housing offer up a place. Might want to ask there too
qhhoozvvjas29d
Oh good call, I'll cross-post there :)
gntohyxtuje25d
xdegagzvmqtq just arrived in โ˜” Seattle, WA, #united-states
zwusmmiiz25d
What's white priviledge?
pwknjjnqpqh25d
Brr not my favorite time of year for visiting Seattle - but I'm going there tomorrow!
fanwwwxvtpc25d
I'm wanting to stay in the California Central Coast region this summer. Does anyone have recommendations about Morro Bay vs Pismo Beach? I've visited for a weekend here or there but don't know too much
flvkuewvuaa24d
Is everyone in Asia??
oissencjozaoc24d
it's winter there isn't it? :p
wsyyaczlmqfde24d
not everyone is in asia, but most people leave the US to nomad, not go there. ๐Ÿ™‚
uekheonp24d
Any green card holders here? Any tip on maintaining the status while nomading? Iโ€™ve been flying back and forth, but I find myself wanting to go less
dylsianlcze24d
Not in California! This place is total paradise so far - I've always wanted to visit
pfdeyugz23d
bhzymztqr I used to be a green card holder (now Iโ€™m a citizen). My recommendation is get citizenship first and only then leave the country. Itโ€™s a dangerous game to play and I was living on/off for the first 1.5 years of obtaining green card. It was scary each time I was going back the US. The officer at the point of entry is interested to know if you are living in the country or not. For that reason having bank account/rental agreement/relatives/any other connection with the country is crucial. I was coming to the country every 4-5 months for a few weeks.
And you probably know it - absence of a year or more is almost an automatic abandonment of status unless you fill out specific forms and report it.
Play it safe. If you donโ€™t want to loose your status - get a citizenship.
lgljdcfivaueo23d
If you're not going there much, US citizenship is expensive and hard to get rid of....
mnaekobj23d
yeah but it affects my employability, and I want to keep it as an option.
msrczkqzmouew23d
That it does
ejhwqzauirysw23d
Play it safe then
lpfhsyvtnfjrd23d
Lots of cool places to travel inside the country
qxuqzbac23d
Thanks for sharing. Itโ€™s a bit scary to hear that officers actually asks questions. My inital plan was to be out of the country during the winter time, and travel for few weeks during the rest of the year. Maybe I should place it more safe.
zvunpnojamdso23d
I would agree with "play it more safe" from the experiences people have told me about (I was born there, so idk anything first-hand)
xpypbfyc23d
Itโ€™s been 1.5 years since Iโ€™ve obtained my green card, and I am waiting for next 3.5 more years
ydajrupacfdwe23d
That's not _that_ long in the scheme of things
trvvgoqj23d
yeah not too bad considering how I got it after living more than a decade in the states
hfvmtjadyyomd23d
Seung Ju is a korean name, yeah?
wtmfoquu23d
zijuatkxp Donโ€™t forget that if you didnโ€™t physically lived inside the country (I believe itโ€™s like 9 month a year or so) for the most of the year it will not count towards citizenship. Those 1.5 years I lived outside of the US after obtaining GC were not counted towards my โ€œready for citizenshipโ€ years. So I moved to US entirely and lived here for 5 years nonstop (well, only left for a couple of weeks for Mexico) before obtaining citizenship.

I donโ€™t want to bring bad news, but this is how it works. When applying for citizenship the officer will ask and count with you the number of days youโ€™ve been in the country.
ktcnodfu23d
Also it took more that a year after sending forms for citizenship until I actually got my oath ceremony and naturalization papers.. It was looong
egjkibps23d
oh yeah thatโ€™s true. Iโ€™ve looked up the rule previously.

I think I can play it safe as long as I donโ€™t stay out of us more than 6 months, and I stay in the us more than a half time of my continuous years

โ€ข Absences of more than six months but less than one year may disrupt an applicantโ€™s continuous residence unless the applicant can prove otherwise, (see legal basis,ย see policy manual)
โ€ข Physically present in the U.S. for thirty months within the five year period before applying, or (
pcjydjuh23d
oh wow I didnโ€™t realize how long the naturalization process actually takes.
rmovdqgz23d
itโ€™s somewhere from 4 to 12 months..
qcacixtq23d
hmm yeah it sounds like a long process that requires patience. I wish I had chance of doing this when I was settling down in the US not when I feel ready to explore other cultures.
jsyebxgz23d
I hear you. Yeah, I felt so free after getting that citizenship ๐Ÿ™‚
kshdcsev23d
Logan above asked if you are Korean, are you?
oyqjtoyw23d
Gotcha. I lived for almost 3 years in Korea during my teenage years. Loved it
yktihdfx23d
oh nice. it sounds super fun to live in Korea as as a foreign teenager
nvpymhix23d
I went to high school and college in the US, and now I work in NYC after living in SF
yglgnopa23d
Yeah, back then (2002-2005) it was not even as common as now to see foreigner in Korea. It felt like everyone was curious about me ๐Ÿ˜„
ygbhejyp23d
People were screaming โ€œmigugi paboโ€ at times at me. I was not even american back then ๐Ÿ™‚
xcpqpgny23d
haha yeah Korea used to be so different back then
ivsujoee23d
Nice. I miss it, want to go back for a few weeks at least
cfgkzxbm23d
yeah itโ€™s a nice country to visit
lpkforrmnytor23d
given the current climate about immigration in the US, i would be erring on the safe side...
axvvjhnbynx23d
It's so frustrating because there is no actual rule! I keep reading 6 months as a guideline, but wth does that actually mean? So far my husband keeps being let back in - we have capped our overseas visits at 6 mo
cuahupellfceyu23d
_so far_
kalclpvuaizes23d
hphpamqqkhuu what nationality is your husband?
rlcrkesnoqv23d
Italian. So he has benefited from the border control's racism and all the rest of the racism in US immigration policy. I doubt anyone will touch him, but you never know. This country is fucking bonkers now
vhmetbknclxqm23d
yeah. at least he's less likely to be profiled. then i'd really be worrying.
bkdhazcpore23d
We were living with a friend from Delhi who was waiting on his citizenship application after marrying a US citizen, and he has been waiting 5 yrs already
bwblnjzosrqgu23d
a friend who has been living in the US for years, is married to a citizen and has multiple children went back to india for business and they would not let him back. took more than 8 months to get him back into the country. fucking nightmare
cyffwrjv22d
On a flip side of the coinโ€ฆ Once I became US Citizen I got visa-free access to so many countries that I just love it. I combine it with Russian passport for the rest of countries and itโ€™s a best of both worlds ๐Ÿ˜„
jbqfzafn22d
Italian passport, though, is probably great to access many countries
chpsnutnmtm21d
Yes I really want to get it but my language acquisition is going so slowly. Got to pass the proficiency test before I can even start the paperwork
uuivsyzjs15d
a bunch of coworking spaces in minnesota banded together to offer a passport membership. Could be cool for a road trip to work at some tech.mn/news/2020/02/11/southern-minnesota-coworking-spaces-team-up-for-passport-program/
sexqlbm15d
like the idea, but minnesota isn't on the list of places i want to spend time as a nomad ๐Ÿ˜‰
vwpoaxh15d
more due to FEIE and healthcare than hating on minnesota lol
kpppeksfp15d
โ€ฆ Thereโ€™s a coworking space in Red Wing ๐Ÿคฏ
orwsrjcvqlgbdp15d
njkboxbckn Iโ€™ve used it. Itโ€™s awesome.
emckkgrckchvyz15d
NYC does too. And same.
gktzx7d
Hi is anyone in Hawaii (esp. Maui/Kauai, couldn't find any other specific channels) and know which events to join for nomads? Came from Spain, in Seattle now, and arriving next week. Thanks!
rrbwrafsxnrs7d
Let us know how it works out! Finding nomad communities in the US can be really hard, so if there's an active scene in Hawaii I definitely want to know about it
nbbifmhzfib7d
I was searching online last week and there is some coworking space in Oahu. Nothing else came up
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