The Visa Thing…

For the record, I’d be the first to admit I’m not a genius. The visa is given to those in the arts, athletics, business & sciences who have extraordinary abilities. You don’t have to be a genius to be a good fashion model, actor, baseball player or track and field star. You just have to achieve a certain level of success in your field, which I have done. I took me many months to put the application together – no strings were pulled, no extra cash was paid, no favours done – I got it because clearly they felt I deserved it.

2 Responses to “The Visa Thing…”

  1. Gareth says:

    Good for you Shera! Just read an article on the Daily Mail website about it and thought I’d check out your site as they didn’t seem to have any real facts as to why you might have scored a “genius visa”. You seem like a smart girl anyway – with good taste in music and film to boot – so good luck with everything ;-)

  2. Aaron says:

    I had no idea what this was about, now I understand after the interview with Mr. Wright posted by ‘the world’. My understanding now is that the term ‘genius visa’ is misleading, as one assumes at first it’s based only on IQ or the like, but in actuality it’s for one who is in or near the top of their field, and you applied in the modelling field. Clearly, you’re an official playmate model and, I’m not just saying this because I like you, you have demonstrated a high level of creativity, style, and glamour to the modelling field, therefore you can and did satisfy this legal criterion. I have no idea how smart you are, I remember that Sharon Stone IS actually a genius, and because of her looks and hair color, truly non-geniuses probably gave her a hard time as well. As Mr. Wright pointed out, that’s irrelevant anyways, the application process isn’t about that and is narrowly defined to allow employers to eminent individuals in their respective field come to contribute, which you very much are Shera. Welcome, much love.
    Speaking of geniuses, James Cameron is a genius artist also.

    It’s all good sweetie, and happy 4th of July now, hug!