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114 I have already been denied a waiver based on a "no objection" statement. Will it help me get a positive response to an application based on a "no objection" statement if I am able to demonstrate that a University is interested in hiring me?




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114 I have already been denied a waiver based on a "no objection" statement. Will it help me get a positive response to an application based on a "no objection" statement if I am able to demonstrate that a University is interested in hiring me?

Your employer can write a supporting letter and make you the
beneficiary of a petition with an interested U.S. Government agency.
The interested U.S. Government agency can then sponsor you for a waiver.



 

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