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  • details and whatnot. I am 14 years old and I am looking into colleges that I want to attend. I live in California,but I really want to go to Broadview University in Utah. Not sure if I want to be in Orem or Salt Lake City. My sister (21) told me it costs more to move states for a school. How much more? I want to be a chiropractor, acupuncturist, and a masseuse. I plan on taking anatomy and biology, as well as genetics. (I like science) So I guess I want to know as much as I can about the costs of changing states, going to college, and living expenses.
  • Schools often times charge in-state and out of state tuition. Out of state tuition is typically much more than in state tuition. Check the school's website. They should have tuition information. As far as cost of living, you should expect to have a car living in Utah. We have public transportation, but it is not very convenient for most people. You should expect to pay between $600-$1000 for an apartment. You could find a studio for cheaper, but $600-$800 should get you a decent apartment in a decent area. If you have roommates, you can go even cheaper! Good luck! You are smart to start planning now.
  • Where specifically were the outdoor scenes shot after they take the wrong turn and go east towards Lincoln instead of west Aspen? Really flat, wide and open landscape. Here's a screenshot of where I mean: http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/4378/wherew.jpg I've checked the filming location list on imdb but none of the places seem appropriate. Can anyone make an educated guess as to where it might be? Please don't just say NE ^^
  • Utah? Lakepoint, Utah, USA (truckstop) Orem, Utah, USA Park City, Utah, USA (house, Main Street) Provo, Utah, USA Salt Lake City, Utah, USA Salt Lake International Airport - 776 N. Terminal Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (Portraying Providence Airport)
  • I plan to leave home soon after I graduate with my Associates, and I'm looking at heading to Utah. I just don't know which University would be good for me: I plan to get a Bachelors in English Literature [to become an author]. Plus, I need something that is affordable - no private schools - and something that does not have ridiculous non-residential fees. Any ideas for Universities in Utah would be greatly appreciated.
  • Schools in Utah are pretty affordable as compared to universities in other states. Non-resident undergraduate tuition is around 7,000/semester at most of the state schools, including Utah State University (USU, Logan), University of Utah (U of U, Salt Lake), Utah Valley University (UVU, Orem), and Southern Utah University (SUU, Cedar City)--yes, all of the universities in Utah have 'Utah' in the name. The real question is going to be which university suits you best--big school in a big city (U of U), small school in a small town (SUU), medium school in a small town (USU), or medium school in a small city (UVU). All of the schools offer a lot of scholarship opportunities, as well as work opportunities on campus. The U of U is probably the most competitive and hardest to get into--also the living expenses there will be the highest. But if you like living in an actual city, this will be the school for you. SUU and UVU are probably the easiest to get into and living expenses in both places are relatively low. The academics are also a little lower key, so if you want a little more chill environment, I'd try one of those. But SUU is in a small town in the middle of nowhere and UVU is in a small city that's sort of near a bigger city (Salt Lake)--so your decision may be based on where you want to live. USU is kind of in-between in terms of difficulty of admissions and academic rigor. It's in a smallish town in the middle of nowhere, but it's actually a really nice small town in a lovely mountain area--as opposed to the desert area that SUU is in. I'd recommend checking out their websites and maybe taking some campus tours to find the best fit for you. http://www.utah.edu/portal/site/uuhome/ http://www.usu.edu/ http://www.suu.edu/ http://www.uvu.edu/ The most affordable university is actually Brigham Young University (Provo), which is private, but non-LDS tuition is under $5,000/semester--of course, it's really competitive and some people don't want to go to a conservative religious school. http://www.byu.edu/webapp/home/index.jsp
  • i bypass to the college of Utah, and that i like it. in case you're pondering coaching then Utah State has the bigger income nevertheless. The college of Utah has a plenty greater prestigious scientific besides as employer college. The college of Utah is greater high priced, even nevertheless it extremely is properly worth it for a great training. Utah state is placed in Logan, that's a notably small city and a techniques removed from any important city. It additionally gets very chilly interior the wintry climate! they have issued frost chew warnings on a selection of activities each and each wintry climate.
  • SALT LAKE CITY — Ten percent of the Utah households that receive food stamps, Medicaid or government welfare are a blend of illegal immigrants and U.S. citizens, according to new data released by the state. Illegal immigrants cannot receive such benefits directly, except for some emergency health care. But any of their children born in the United States become automatic U.S. citizens and may receive benefits. Department of Workforce Services data requested by the Deseret News shows that 23,837 such mixed-status households received some such benefits between June 2009 and May of this year. That is 10 percent of the 238,521 total Utah households that received such help. DWS collects data from illegal immigrants because the income of all household members affects eligibility of citizens for benefits, and the amounts they may receive. "That is just one of many, many issues showing we need a crackdown on illegal immigration," state Rep. Stephen Sandstrom, R-Orem, said of the data. He intends to introduce an "Arizona-style" enforcement law, and says the data could help him pass it. "I believe this is just the tip of the iceberg. Because of widespread fraud with Social Security numbers, I think a lot more illegal immigrants are applying for benefits with numbers that are stolen or made up," he said. Sandstrom said the data also helps show that illegal immigrants "are bankrupting our state." He adds that more could seek benefits as Arizona's increasingly tough enforcement may send some illegal immigrants who live there to Utah. But Bill Tibbitts, director of the Crossroads Urban Center's Anti-Hunger Project, disagrees with Sandstrom and and says investing in young citizens even if their parents are illegal immigrants is wise. "The kids in these families will be a huge part of our economy in 20 years. To say they shouldn't have health care …, or that they shouldn't have a stable diet so they can learn, is foolish. Children are our future." Households of mixed-status account for about 8 percent of those receiving help from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families welfare program, according to state data. Also, about 9 percent of food stamp recipient households are mixed-status, as are about 12 percent of Medicaid recipient households. Deseret News analysis of the state data showed that 91 percent of mixed-status families receiving at least some benefits are Hispanic. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/70005...
  • Sandstrom is right: 'Because of widespread fraud with Social Security numbers, I think a lot more illegal immigrants are applying for benefits with numbers that are stolen or made up," he said.' I went to the LA Co. Hall of Records a number of years ago to investigate, and found that they were selling, on average, over 17 birth certificates PER HOUR, some 700 per week, almost exclusively hispanic surnames. I found that these sales were for DEAD babies! They found the death certificate, wrote down the SSN of the dead baby, then bought its birth certificate. I followed buyers straight to the Dept of Public Social Services office on South Grand Av, LA, where the buyers applied for welfare, food stamps, WIC, MediCal for their bogus "US-born" children. In other words, this scam has been going on for at least TWO decades! By some estimates, at least half of all claimed "US-born" children of illegal aliens are in fact identity-theft babies. More on this child-identity theft was just published this past week by AP and posted on Yahoo News. First of all, just having a child should not be an excuse for leeching off taxpayers. Furthermore, payments go to adults, not minor children, and no checks should ever be issued to anyone but a US citizen, not even for a minor child.
  • I am also a holder of the TPS and I am currently applying to transfer to a four- year university. I was eligible to receive state funding and did not have to pay anything at my community college. and even receive a non-U.S. citizen grant that paid for all my books. I would recommend you to communicate with colleges, and ask them how you should apply. They will tell you, you are NOT eligible for federal aid. Which is true, and that you have to apply as an International Student. You're better off applying to private colleges because they can provide you with scholarships that are not provided by the federal aid, but rather by the school. You do, however, need to have the stats to qualify for these. There are ways to continue your college degree, don't give up. E-mail me if you have any more questions. I'd be glad to share any info that I know.
  • That's why they're breeding like rabbits. I live in Nevada and our school system is so messed up that they advertise for free pencils, backpacks, and paper supplies for the kids. They also have a program that sends the kids home with canned goods so they don't go hungry overnight. This is ironic, because I see Papa Jose' drinking beer all of the time laying on his lazy butt throwing the cans all over the yard instead of in the garbage. They live like rats.
  • Hey smarty pants... It says 10% of the households that receive benefits.. That means 90% of them are not mixed. Now how many percent of people in Utah actually receive benefits? It doesn't mean 10% of THE PEOPLE in Utah receive benefits, it means 10%of the people receiving benefits. AM I GETTING THROUGH YOUR THINK HEAD HERE? BY THE WAY Americans invite students from other nations he to study with free benefits. If you want this to stop then you and your friends need to go to school to be engineers cause we have a huge lack of them.
  • Because the West is the land of opportunity, that is the opportunity to get unearned benefits not available in their own countries.Blame the politicians who deliberately organised and encouraged mass immigration.
  • Every single day Congress screws around with us, it gets worse, and worse, and worse.
  • They are based in Utah. They have asked me to come from Australia, to sell security systems door-to-door in Dallas, Texas. They have a website and testimonies from salespeople claiming to have earned $50,000 in four months. If the work is so good, why do they need an Australian to come over? The Americans should be fighting for a job like that.... right?
  • OK, stating $50K revenue for an individual in four months should have been the first red flag. I did a quick BBB check on these guys. Here is their complaint history. Be sure to check out the bottom of the list where many complains were filed. This area addresses sales practices. These complaints concerned : 2 regarding Billing or Collection Issues 2 - None of the Above - Credit, Billing or Collection Complaint Issue 10 regarding Contract Issues 1 - Failure to honor a contract or agreement 3 - Invalid or false contract 3 - None of the Above - Contract Complaint Issue 2 - Unauthorized changes to the contract or agreement 1 - Work performed outside the terms of the contract or agreement 6 regarding Customer Service Issues 3 - Failure to provide promised assistance or support for products or services 3 - None of the Above - Customer Service Complaint Issue 4 regarding Refund or Exchange Issues 1 - Failure to honor promised refunds, exchanges, or credit 1 - Failure to honor refund, exchange or credit policies 2 - None of the Above - Refund or Exchange Complaint Issue 17 regarding Sales Practice Issues 3 - None of the Above - Sales Complaint Issue 1 - Sales presentation did not disclose complete pricing information 2 - Sales presentation misrepresented the service 10 - Sales presentation used dishonest sales practices 1 - Sales presentation used high pressure methods These complaints were closed as: 39 Resolved The contact information. Business Contact and Profile for AMP Alarm LLC Name: AMP Alarm LLC Phone: (801) 734-7000 Fax: (801) 734-7001 Address: 815 West University Pkwy Orem, UT 84058 Original Business Start Date: November 2007 Customer Contact: Mr Ted McClune, COO Email Address: Send email to AMP Alarm LLC Entity: Limited Liability Company Incorporated: November 2007, UT Type of Business: Burglar Alarm Systems Dealers, Security Control Equipment Suppliers BBB Accreditation: AMP Alarm LLC is not a BBB Accredited business. Additional DBA Names: Proceed cautiously. If something seems too good to be true, it usually is. In the City of Dallas and many of the surrounding cities you will need to obtain a sales permit for door-to-door work. Either your company or you will need to obtain that. You will need to carry a copy of it with you while working. As someone mentioned before, door-to-door work out of date in the internet age.
  • I would investigate them very carefully before you made a move of this magnitude. I cannot find anything about AMP Home Security, as far as a company profile. I found an entry on Rip Off Report, but it's only one. Now, I don't know how you do it in AUS but in the US we view door to door sales with much skepticism. Unsolicited services are known generally as a big rip off over here. Good luck to you.
  • First, What job should I apply to? I am 17 years old and never worked before but have done volunteer work, activities. These are my optional choices: Wall-mart, stop and shop, shop rite, Shaws, Aldi's, Macy's(a produce store where i live), Job lot, home depot, lowes, BJ's, game stop, etc. Now some of these might need expeirence to work there, just tell me which of those listed requires people to have experience. Are there any other Stores that don't require people to have experience. I wanted to work at best buy and target but they require experience and are big companies so I'll just get a half year to a year of retail exp and then apply to best buy, target. For now i need stores that don't require people to have exp so i can apply there. To make things easier I live in Utah, any stores will be fine around: Salt lake city, Orem, Provo, Sandy, Ogden. Basically anywhere around a 120 mile radius from salt lake city
  • Hmm... most, if not all of the employers listed will have entry level positions. What is also a benefit for you is during the holiday season most of these companies take temp workers to meet the demand from increased holiday sales. This will provide an excellent opportunity to check out a specific employer and see if they match your requirements. If you work hard, many will keep you as a full time employee. Target is a great entry level employer and with high employee satisfaction. There are a lot of websites out there that provide reviews on employers and with a little search you can find a lot of relevant job information.
  • Apply at Target for a cashier position. I applied with no experience and got the job within a week after my application.
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