I want to move to Nepal from the US

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Patrick

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Jan 25, 2010
 
I would like to move from the united states to your country. I have seen many pictures and read much about your history and culture. I do not like the united states' and wish to move, Nepal seems like a good fit. I was reading that you can travel and work freely in India, that's awesome. What language should I learn first, Nepali? Hindi? Are americans culturally accepted?

Thanks :)
Raj

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Mar 10, 2010
 
Hey Patrick it's amazing that u want to move Nepal from United states. N Ya you are correct that we Nepali are Freely to Visit India. And finally about Your Language If U don't no the Language of Nepal it's also ok Here many Peoples from United they also don't no the Nepali Language. But If You want to Learn then Learn Nepali Language Because It's Nepal Not India And In Nepal we Speak Nepali Not Hindi. I think It's enough for Your Help.

N Thanks That You Love "Nepal".

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Mar 16, 2010
 
Patrick wrote:
I would like to move from the united states to your country. I have seen many pictures and read much about your history and culture. I do not like the united states' and wish to move, Nepal seems like a good fit. I was reading that you can travel and work freely in India, that's awesome. What language should I learn first, Nepali? Hindi? Are americans culturally accepted?
Thanks :)
you need to check the nepali visa requirements. unless you have a business there, u can only extend yr tourist visa for 5 months per calendar yr.
but visit nepal. imo, its the most amazing place in the world- kind of like disneyland,oz,narnia, and the twilight zone all rolled into one and multiplied by 100000000000000000000000

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Mar 16, 2010
 

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nepalis can travel to india without a visa-not americans. you will need to apply for an indian visa. good luck with that-mwaahaha. [well, it's a process]
Mahesh

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Jun 24, 2010
 
Hi Patrick,
You can contact with me s_mahesh20@hotmail.com,
i will provide you require informaitn how can you come to the beautiful country Nepal
Patrick

Osterville, MA

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Jul 28, 2010
 
Thank you all for replying! I recently found myself at a new job working with a great fellow named Dorgee from Kathmandu. He has been a great help and inspiration! Thanks again for your time!
MOVE Nepal

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Sep 20, 2010
 
Offers affordable Volunteer programs in Nepalto the people from all over the world in the field of Teaching english assisting orphanage,Help at Monastery and various of educational and community development programs.
www.movenepal.org
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Kathmandu, Nepal

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Oct 14, 2010
 

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you can call me at 9813-113856 if you are here .
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rita

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Oct 21, 2010
 
its soo good to hear that ppl from unites states actually wanna go to small country like nepal...and ya not to forget small but the most beautiful country in the whole world....i m so proud to say that i was born in nepal, raised in nepal....right now m in unites states.....and this has made me love my country even more...
PROUD NEPALI...
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Oct 21, 2010
 
Nepal is gawjus with that mountain views, the secenary looks amazing, ive never been to asia, wud love to one day and maybe visit nepal, india and sri lanka to.
Stone Festival Project

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Nov 20, 2010
 
Stone Festival at Meghauli Village :
Future Nepal wants to make the people aware of the importance for stones. So they developed the concept of the stone Project . Future Nepal has started to apply this ‘stone project’ in our village. It has selected committee members and have decided to hold the ‘ stone festival’ at the Meghauli Village in Chitwan on Feb. 4th, 5th and 6th for 3 days which is the very first festival and distinguish of it’s kind in Nepal (may be world). The village community has embraced the project with open arms.
If we join our hands we can achieve anything. As we all know ‘an ocean starts with a drop of water’- so also can a community start with one stone . Every foundation starts with a stone — so that is very important. Stones can be found everywhere in the village area so why not use these stones to start developing our village.
What is the Stone Project : The aim of this project is to develop our village ourselves. We have asked each person to donate Rupees 1.- per day or one kilo of stones per day that would mean per person 365 Rupees or 365 kilos of stones per year. Those wishing to donate more are welcome to do so. We use the stones and money to develop the most important areas in the village — like parks, children’s library, retirement home, orphanage home and roads and bridges and much more.
Why don’t you come and join us and help us in our new ‘ stone project’.
We invites all interested national and international volunteers to be part of our Stone Festival. Come with expertise and help , share and learn or come with no expertise and learn together. Your small effort can make a big difference to people in the most marginalized communities!!!
We hope that our, help ourselves ‘stone project’ will one day become Nepal wide
Bishnu Prasad Poudel
Future Nepal
www.futurenepal.org
futurenepal@yahoo.com, contact@futurenepal.org
Future Nepal

Kathmandu, Nepal

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Jan 9, 2011
 
Future Nepal is a non-governmental and non-profitable volunteering organization. We belive that volunteering is one way to make worldwide friends and to get to know one another. We arrange for volunteers of all nationalities, including Nepali, to work on interesting projects in Nepal. We arrange tour for around Nepal for special interests, mainly eco-tours cultural-tours . Tours can be for one day or as long as a month.Future Nepal is established with the objective of changing the status of the country. Especially now is the time to mobilize & harness different natural resources, Nepalese production and disseminate this task to the rest of the world. Practising has been more important than preaching.We are focusing especially
English Language Teacher
Skill-oriented programs
Environment
Community Health Post Volunteer
Tourism activity
Cultural Exchange/Home Stay
International volunteer village
Sports Projects
Project Developer and Manager
Internship Program

Formore: http://www.futurenepal.org
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Jan 12, 2011
 
Nepal is a good country for living.It's a good idea to move there for to find your own human nature.
Starz

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Jan 12, 2011
 

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Patrick you are mad. Why would anyone want to leave the civilised world to go to an uncivilised third world dump.
Nepal is a dump its dirty, disease infested and the people are rude and ill mannered.
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Jan 20, 2011
 
i wonder if patrick ever moved to nepal. america has turned into a dung heap of lying hypocrisy. nepal may be dirty on the outside, but america is far dirtier on the inside. america is a rotting corpse dressed in pretty clothes
btw, nepal-did u see nepal made it into wikileaks? china owns you. it was sold by gyanandra or whatever his name is. but china is no worse a master than the usa.
dont try to come to the usa, nepalis. it isnt what u think it is. it is trash. dont waste your money trying to get a visa.
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Jan 20, 2011
 
Starz wrote:
Patrick you are mad. Why would anyone want to leave the civilised world to go to an uncivilised third world dump.
Nepal is a dump its dirty, disease infested and the people are rude and ill mannered.
who's rude and ill mannered? it sounds like you, you brit twit. and btw, the usa controls britain. we rule you and you do what we say. you are actually the 3rd world.
Daniel

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Feb 6, 2011
 
I am also wondering if Patrick made it to Nepal. I am from the USA and am considering moving to Nepal, but my time schedule would not allow me to do this for perhaps another 2 years.

Is there anyone out there, who has emigrated from the US to Nepal on a non-tourist visa?

I see the Nepali government has placed a fairly high restrictions. I'm interested in long-term (permanent) humanitarian work.

I have an education, would love to be a teacher.
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Feb 7, 2011
 
Daniel wrote:
I am also wondering if Patrick made it to Nepal. I am from the USA and am considering moving to Nepal, but my time schedule would not allow me to do this for perhaps another 2 years.
Is there anyone out there, who has emigrated from the US to Nepal on a non-tourist visa?
I see the Nepali government has placed a fairly high restrictions. I'm interested in long-term (permanent) humanitarian work.
I have an education, would love to be a teacher.
here r some ways u may be able to get a non-tourist visa
1. get a job with USAID or UNICEF or some intl org
2. make an investment-start a business [i dont know what the minimum investment wd be. maybe ~20-25K?
3 marry a nepali
4. bribery

5.another thot-maybe look into the american school or int'l schools there. i dont know how the teachers there get their LT visas. the school must make arrangements with the gov. or maybe the teachers r married to nepalis. i am sure u wd need teaching certif/lic from usa/uk. u wd NOT get a LT visa for working at a nepali run school

6.another thot! u can register as a student at the university. u can sign up for a drum class and never go

i think u cd move back and forth between india and nepal-getting visas for both. but u will spend an annoying amt of time in visa offices.
Eireboy

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Mar 8, 2011
 
Ktm is waitin' fo ya.
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Jun 12, 2011
 
Welcome to the mystic land. And mystic in every good and bad sense of it.

Thanks.
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