My son and I need help to get to Minnesota

by Rod Smith

“I have a 7-year-old son. I applied for a divorce in 2012. ‘Free’ lawyers let me down and I am living with the person I am supposed to divorce. I have tried to get a job but nothing has happened. I don’t have a matric. A friend in Minnesota said he would help me with a place to stay but I need to raise $25,000.00 for 2 years studies. I have been down emotionally and have experienced every bad thing. I don’t know what to do any more. I cannot afford a private lawyer. I don’t have family to help. I feel a deep pain as I am writing this.” (Edited)

You are a woman and a mother. Resources for great success are latent within you. Access them. Focus on building a life with your son exactly where you are. Do whatever you can to get a job and a matric. While you think like a victim you will be one.

Even if you had the money, passports, a student visa, and air tickets, no legitimate college or university in the USA will admit you without a matric. If life in South Africa is tough (where you are familiar with the culture) Minnesota will be much harder and far more complicated.

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