Venezuelan student Emergency
Organized by: Freángel Pacheco
I am a Venezuelan Student. My name is Freangel Pacheco. I came to the USA to study Fitness and Nutrition in Pasadena, California. (900 S. Arroyo Parkway, Trifecta Sport Gym) Venezuela is a socialist country that has denied any rights to its citizen who travel abroad to study or even as tourists. The Venezuelan government has denied my right to exchange my savings into Dollars and due to a control exchange we cannot change our currency anywhere around the world. Currently, I am going thru a financial hardship that has made impossible for me to pay my school tuitions. If I don't pay the two months I owe I will be kicked out of school. Due to my m-1 vocational visa, I am not allowed to get a job in the US therefore my income is null. However, two months ago I submitted and application with my case to the USCIS in order to get a work permit but that takes so much time. Actually this week I just went there to get my biometrics taken. You can see here the digital copy of the document that states what I am saying regarding my situation with the school is totally real. You can also see my M-1 Visa. Please, if you are able to help me I will be deeply grateful and I will pay you back every penny as soon as I am allowed to start working. If you need any other documentation that proves my situation I will gladly send it to you, in case you contact me and want to know more about my case, no problem! I am also a personal trainer, so if you need or know someone who needs a personal trainer, that could be an option for me to work and get all the money I need. Thank you for reading and I really look forward to hearing from a nice person who is able and wants to help out. Again, I will payback that money, it will not be a fund raising or charity but a loan. I hope you can understand my situation and as I said, if you need more proves just contact me. I do not post them here for a matter of security.
Here's a newspaper article that show and proves my situation: http://panampost.com/thabata-molina/2015/04/23/currency-delays-leave-venezuelan-students-abandoned-abroad/