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Thanks for your response. however am not particularly happy with your response as it did not address the question asked on the US and how possible i can remain in the uk.
I am a frequent traveller to both countries. i have a good job here in Nigeria hence i am being very careful in ensuring that where ever i choose to relocate i can adequately work and live comfortably like i presently do.
The 2 options you have given seems pretty difficult. i am not sure if i apply as a student i would be allowed to remain in the UK after my course this is another area of concern you failed to address.
I also tried the websites you quoted in your mail and i could not locate the areas of referrals.
Thanks and hoping to hear from you soon.
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