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115 How likely is it that a philosophy graduate will be able to get a waiver by having a University tell the Department of Education they need his or her services and "having" the Department of Education apply to USIA?




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115 How likely is it that a philosophy graduate will be able to get a waiver by having a University tell the Department of Education they need his or her services and "having" the Department of Education apply to USIA?

The University must demonstrate through extensive documentation that by
hiring you, the U.S. will get a significant edge in terms of your
contributions to the education field or the lack of your efforts would
significantly impact the successful completion of a project of great
interest to the Department of Education.



 

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previous page: 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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