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  • Macaca
    02-17 04:53 PM
    Judiciary Committee (http://judiciary.senate.gov/)
    Sub-committee on Immigration, Border Security and Citizenship (http://judiciary.senate.gov/subcommittees/110/immigration110.cfm)
    Jurisdiction

    Immigration, citizenship, and refugee laws
    Oversight of the Department of Homeland Security U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the immigration functions of the U.S Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Directorate of Border and Transportation Security
    Oversight of the immigration-related functions of the Department of Justice, the Department of State, the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement, and the Department of Labor
    Oversight of international migration and refugee laws and policy
    Private immigration relief bills.

    Democratic Members

    Edward M. Kennedy (http://kennedy.senate.gov/), MA (Chair)
    Joseph R. Biden, Jr (http://biden.senate.gov/)., DE
    Dianne Feinstein (http://feinstein.senate.gov/), CA
    Charles E. Schumer (http://schumer.senate.gov/), NY
    Richard J. Durbin (http://durbin.senate.gov/), IL

    Republican Members

    John Cornyn (http://cornyn.senate.gov/), TX (Ranking Member)
    Charles E. Grassley (http://grassley.senate.gov/), IA
    Jon Kyl (http://kyl.senate.gov/), AZ
    Jeff Sessions (http://sessions.senate.gov/), AL

    Senior Staff

    Bill Yeomans, Democratic Chief Counsel
    Reed O'Connor, Republican Chief Counsel

    Press Contact Information (http://judiciary.senate.gov/press.cfm)

    Judiciary Committee Hearings (http://judiciary.senate.gov/schedule.cfm)

    Comprehensive Immigration Reform (http://judiciary.senate.gov/hearing.cfm?id=2555), February 28, 2007, 10:00 AM
    Strengthening American Competitiveness for the 21st Century (http://help.senate.gov/Hearings/2007_03_07/2007_03_07.html), March 7, 9:30 a.m

    Written Testimony of William H. Gates (http://help.senate.gov/Hearings/2007_03_07/Gates.pdf)





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  • sri1973
    11-18 07:52 PM
    Hi All,
    We [Me(applicant) and my Wife(H4)] finally received our EAD's last week from NSC :> I have 2 questions:

    1. Can i work part time.....apart from my 8 to 5 job based on my EAD. If yes, does the part time job need to be related or similar to my 8 to 5 job?

    2. We had our FP done before we got our EAD's. Do we have to go back for additional FP after receiving EAD's? Anybody with similar situation?
    Appreciate everyone's time.





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  • kirupa
    08-11 01:05 AM
    Hi metguh!
    You cannot adjust the brightness of an object in Blend. What you can do, though, is alter the opacity or transparency.

    For best practice from going from PS to Blend, what I would do is rasterize the image and import that image into your Blend project. Silverlight supports images that are PNG and JPEG.

    Cheers!
    Kirupa :)





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  • Blog Feeds
    12-18 09:40 AM
    In our December 2009 newsletter, we explained how the employment-based (EB) priority date system works. See http://shusterman.com/dec09.html#4 In this article, we provide you with materials which may make it easier for you to estimate when you will be able to adjust your status (AOS) and become a permanent resident. First of all, how many people have pending applications for AOS in the EB categories? The USCIS states that, as of September 23, 2009, there were 234,000. Of this total, 75,000 were in the EB-2 category and 151,000 were in the EB-3 category. Of course, not all persons with EB priority...

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    12-30 12:20 PM
    Often, when there is a great concentration of businesses focused on a specific industry in a particular geographic location, the area is called the "Silicon Valley" of and then you fill in the blank. That's a tribute to Silicon Valley in Northern California which is the home to many of America's great tech companies - Google, Apple, Intel, etc. For example, Charlotte is the Silicon Valley of banking. Nashville is the Silicon Valley of hospital firms. Well, it turns out the actual Silicon Valley is the Silicon Valley for America's ping-pong talent. All of those immigrant tech workers who came...

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  • eucalyptus.mp
    06-24 11:45 AM
    Hi ,
    I am going to tgransfer my H1 b with new employer .
    My employer is going for normal processing and I asked him for premium processing as my project is going to end by Aug 2009 . Then My employer informed me that there are lot of RFEs for premium processing . Is it true ?
    Please suggest whether I should go for premium or not ?





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  • wwwwww
    03-01 07:24 AM
    I heard this ACT is voting on March 2 by senete members, (PHD students directly change to GC), even it pass tomorrow, how long it will become a law?Whether it needs to be passed by congress next?Is it possible to become a law before June?



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  • Blog Feeds
    08-02 07:10 AM
    Immigration Lawyers Blog Has Just Posted the Following:
    In an effort to increase aviation security, DHS has announced its "If You See Something, Say Something� campaign which seeks the public�s support in reporting any suspicious aviation activity. Also, DHS will streamline the pre-screening process for passengers and crews traveling to and from the U.S. by allowing the carrier to submit a single manifest to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's on-line data system.

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  • fatjoe
    10-30 08:45 AM
    I am not sure what is so important in this to answer.
    As long as thay had sent the finger prints to you, you should be OK. There is no particular pattern in which they send the EAD cards. So, no body can answer your question about when will you get the EAD. Just pray and watch. If it is more than 90 days since you have applied for your EAD, then you may contact your local office to expedite the process.



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  • Macaca
    09-27 11:40 AM
    Following Bush Over a Cliff (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/09/26/AR2007092602067.html) By David S. Broder (davidbroder@washpost.com) | Washington Post, September 27, 2007

    The spectacle Tuesday of 151 House Republicans voting in lock step with the White House against expansion of the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) was one of the more remarkable sights of the year. Rarely do you see so many politicians putting their careers in jeopardy.

    The bill they opposed, at the urging of President Bush, commands healthy majorities in both the House and Senate but is headed for a veto because Bush objects to expanding this form of safety net for the children of the working poor. He has staked out that ground on his own, ignoring or rejecting the pleas of conservative senators such as Chuck Grassley and Orrin Hatch, who helped shape the compromise that the House approved and that the Senate endorsed.

    SCHIP has been one of the most successful health-care measures created in the past decade. It was started in 1997 with support from both parties, in order to insure children in families with incomes too high to receive Medicaid but who could not afford private insurance.

    The $40 billion spent on SCHIP in the past 10 years financed insurance for roughly 6.6 million youngsters a year. The money was distributed through the states, which were given considerable flexibility in designing their programs. The insurance came from private companies, at rates negotiated by the states.

    Governors of both parties -- 43 of them, again including conservatives such as Sonny Perdue of Georgia -- have praised the program. And they endorsed the congressional decision to expand the coverage to an additional 4 million youngsters, at the cost of an additional $35 billion over the next five years. The bill would be financed by a 61-cents-a-pack increase in cigarette taxes. If ever there was a crowd-pleaser of a bill, this is it. Hundreds of organizations -- grass-roots groups ranging from AARP to United Way of America and the national YMCA -- have called on Bush to sign the bill. America's Health Insurance Plans, the largest insurance lobbying group, endorsed the bill on Monday.

    But Bush insists that SCHIP is "an incremental step toward the goal of government-run health care for every American" -- an eventuality he is determined to prevent.

    Bush's adamant stand may be peculiar to him, but the willingness of Republican legislators to line up with him is more significant. Bush does not have to face the voters again, but these men and women will be on the ballot in just over a year -- and their Democratic opponents will undoubtedly remind them of their votes.

    Two of their smartest colleagues -- Heather Wilson of New Mexico and Ray LaHood of Illinois -- tried to steer House Republicans away from this political self-immolation, but they had minimal success. The combined influence of White House and congressional leadership -- and what I would have to call herd instinct -- prevailed.

    Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Tex.) argued that "rather than taking the opportunity to cover the children that cannot obtain coverage through Medicaid or the private marketplace, this bill uses these children as pawns in their cynical attempt to make millions of Americans completely reliant upon the government for their health-care needs."

    In his new book, former Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan wrote that his fellow Republicans deserved to lose their congressional majority in 2006 because they let spending run out of control and turned a blind eye toward misbehavior by their own members. Now, those Republicans have given voters a fresh reason to question their priorities -- or their common sense.

    Saying no to immigration reform and measures to shorten the war in Iraq may be politically defensible, because there are substantial constituencies who question the wisdom of those bills -- and who favor alternative policies. But the Bush administration's arguments against SCHIP -- the cost of the program and the financing -- sound hollow at a time when billions more are being spent in Iraq with no end in sight. Bush's alternative -- a change in the tax treatment of employer-financed health insurance -- has some real appeal, but it is an idea he let languish for months after offering it last winter. And, in the judgment of his fellow Republicans on the Senate Finance Committee, Bush's plan is too complex and controversial to be tied to the renewal of SCHIP.

    This promised veto is a real poison pill for the GOP.





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  • Sakthisagar
    07-28 03:33 PM
    Looks like Indian Politicans says.

    "Gareebhi Hatayenge" aage badayenge" badayi karenge woh karenge yeh karenge

    President's view of immigration is same like Indian Politicans


    President Obama’s Take on Immigration � Row 2, Seat 4 (http://whitehouse.blogs.foxnews.com/2010/07/28/president-obamas-take-on-immigration/)



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  • LostInGCProcess
    11-06 03:10 PM
    How much time does it take for 485 to get approved with a visa number available. I applied for 485 after my i-140 was approved. Does the priority date have anything to do with processing for 485?

    Nobody know how long it takes to adjudicate I485 once your PD becomes current. A conservative guesstimate would be 6-8 months. The whole processing of I485 is driven by the PD.





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  • panacea
    07-18 02:29 PM
    I don't think you can apply for extension....



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  • patiently_waiting
    03-05 03:26 PM
    Fedex does not renew the H1B visa even if their present employees are in H1B visa. this is the policy they are following nowadays.





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  • morchu
    06-01 12:30 PM
    New/amended 140, if the LC states correct job requirements (assuming the mistake was made on 140 application).
    New LC if old LC states incorrect job requirements.
    I have a Masters Degree in the US and the 5 yr experience required for the EB2 also the position requires it; however my lawyer made a mistake and asked for an EB3.
    I already received my I-140 and my I-485 was filed at the same time.

    What can I do to change to EB2?

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  • Blog Feeds
    06-08 05:23 AM
    While South Africa is a key destination for many tourists and foreigners, many South Africans who visit foreign countries come back to their home country with the hopes of their current or future foreign spouses (husbands or wives) or foreign life-partners (partners in a permanent relationship) residing with them in their beautiful home country.What is a South African Spousal PermitAll

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  • braindrain
    11-13 02:16 PM
    As long as the Master Program in UK is equivalent to Masters in US, you should be good.

    You can get your credentials evaluated in US and see if its a Masters equivalent.





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    12-10 10:23 AM
    lawmakers are so anxious to legalize illegals. they will bring seperate bill to legalize parents.



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