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  • obelix
    07-27 03:14 PM

    Yes, you need to know your original title that was used.

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  • Steve Mitchell
    March 27th, 2004, 08:11 AM
    Yes I will be there.

    Well.. speak of the devil.. I did score the publisher's tickets for the Heat game.. Not where I thought they were though.. It's section 14, row 5, seats 10,11,12,13. So I'm over in the corner behind you it appears.

    Checking the Fieldhouse website it says:

    "Camcorders/Recording Devices:
    �Still� cameras are permitted at Pacers, Fever and Firebirds games. No Video cameras are allowed. During other events this policy will vary, and guests may be asked to check these items in at Guest Relations in the Entry Pavilion."

    I've never bothered to bring a camera into the games ever.. It seems as they are pretty liberal in the policy -- kudos to them.

    Now I'm going to exploit it. :-) My wife is going to the game with me and I'm guessing she is going to give me grief if I drag the borrowed 300 w/o the hood into the game.. I went down to work to borrow it this afternoon.. I'll probably have to settle for the 70-200 after she throws a fit.

    Are you shooting the game Steve?

    -- Matt

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  • ItIsNotFunny
    01-06 01:27 PM
    Dear fellow IV'ians,

    I just wanted to share my good news with all of you on the cusp of a New Year. I am ecstatic to announce that my 140 got approved after a nerve .... ID #85N48789NY4311439

    And lastly - Wish You a Happy & Prosperous 2009!! Be safe everybody.

    Congratulations! Wish you a GC soon.

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  • Dakshini R. Sen
    06-24 11:46 PM
    If you decide to go back to school nothing will happen to your wife's I-485 application. She is eligible to an EAD as long as her I-485 is pending.

    Dakshini R. Sen, P.C.
    Law Offices of Dakshini R. Sen P.C. , Immigration Lawyer US. (http://www.dakshinisen.com)

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  • Britsabroad
    March 6th, 2004, 08:51 AM
    Didnt see the edits. The first image you took is the best


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  • jkays94
    05-30 10:10 PM
    Keep in mind the consequences of the new bill. Any I-140s filed after May 21 (or 15 depends where you are reading) will be invalidated. If I was you and my PD is current, I would take the risk and hang in there, get I-485 filed and bite the bullet for 6 months or 1 year (again depending on how the bill turns out)

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  • agiridhar
    01-28 02:07 PM
    from dallas.


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  • saketkapur
    09-22 07:17 PM
    gave you a green...hopefully you will have a card after that soon too...:D

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  • chvs2000@yahoo.com
    10-21 09:58 AM
    Other alternative is to have your employer run the payroll for 5000 and deduct 500 from your adjusted gross income when you file taxes.

    Note that you can only deduct unreimbursed work related expenses when you choose to itemize your deductions.


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  • royus77
    06-22 06:52 PM

    Iam also sailing in the same boat.i want to change my maiden name to married name now.Just about to file for i-485.My concerns and doubts are :-

    - I need to send it by mail to sanfransisco and what if it gets delayed?
    -Will name check be done on two names(married and maiden) and endup in delays and pending of my application?
    -All my certificates,recent affidavits till now show my maiden name.But i got written in my son(usa born)'s birth certificate with married name as last name and maiden name maiden name itself.So will that create a problem?...

    So with the above issues,can anyone suggest me if i can wait till I-485 approves or it doesnot matter if i change it now?If i travel to sanfransisco and visit consulate general in person and apply will they issue the new passport within the same day??

    Awaiting for ur golden responses,

    If i were you,I will prioritize what i want ?Filing 485 or a Married Name.If you want to change your name it can be done on any day after getting the GC ,after becoming a Citizen.

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  • santb1975
    05-17 11:03 PM
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  • shana04
    05-17 06:27 PM
    You should have a I-94 when she came back here in the US. Did she misplace it? The I-94 when she came back should be enough for the RFE. The old ones don't matter for I-485.

    She has the second I-94.

    I am submitting that, but the RFE said to submit all the documents proving the status from entry till the time we have submitted our I 485 documents

    As per your comments, second I-94 is good enough, if that is the case. we are cool, but I would confirm that with attorney and post the details here. so that it would be helpful for others.

    Thanks for your reply.


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  • stucklabor
    02-04 04:51 PM
    Behind Bush's New Stress on Science, Lobbying by Republican Executives

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    SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 1 � President Bush's proposal to accelerate spending on basic scientific research came after technology industry executives made the case for such a move in a series of meetings with White House officials, executives involved said Wednesday.

    In his State of the Union message Tuesday evening, Mr. Bush called for a doubling within 10 years of the federal commitment to "the most critical basic research programs in the physical sciences."

    The president's science adviser, John H. Marburger III, said Mr. Bush would request $910 million for the first year of the research initiative, with a commitment to spending $50 billion over 10 years.

    Computer scientists have expressed alarm that federal support for basic research is being eroded by shifts toward applied research and shorter-term financing. But in his speech, Mr. Bush pointed to work in supercomputing, nanotechnology and alternative energy sources � subjects that were favorites in the Clinton administration but had not been priorities for the current White House.

    What was different this year, according to a number of Capitol Hill lobbyists and Silicon Valley executives, was support on the issue by Republican corporate executives like Craig R. Barrett, the chairman of Intel, and John Chambers, the chief executive of Cisco Systems.

    Industry officials eager to see a greater government commitment to research held a series of discussions with administration officials late last year that culminated in two meetings in the Old Executive Office Building on Dec. 13.

    There, a group led by Mr. Barrett and Norman R. Augustine, a former Lockheed Martin chief executive, met with Vice President Dick Cheney. A second group headed by Charles M. Vest, the former president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, met with Joshua B. Bolten, director of the Office of Management and Budget.

    The industry and science leaders told the officials that the administration needed to respond to concerns laid out in a report by a National Academy of Sciences panel headed by Mr. Augustine. It warned of a rapid erosion in science, technology and education that threatened American economic competitiveness.

    The report, "Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing and Employing America for a Brighter Economic Future," has been circulating in draft form since October. It was put together by a group of top technology and science leaders, who say the country faces a crisis that the Bush administration is ignoring.

    "The gravitas of that group," Dr. Vest said, "has a lot to do with how we got as far as we did."

    Still, even after the meetings, the executives and educators were not certain that the administration would respond. So President Bush's proposal on Tuesday night came as something of a surprise.

    Albert H. Teich, director of science policy for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the nation's largest professional organization for scientists, called Mr. Bush's proposal "a breath of fresh air."

    "We haven't seen this interest in basic research from this president before," Mr. Teich said. "We in the science community have talked about the state of basic research for quite a while, with its flat or declining budgets, and we are hopeful about this initiative."

    Mr. Barrett of Intel, according to people who worked with him, had grown particularly frustrated with the lack of progress on the matter.

    In a speech to the National Academy of Engineering in October, in which he described the findings of the Gathering Storm report, Mr. Barrett said: "If you look at the achievement of the average 12th-grade student in math and science, which is of interest to us here, that 12th-grader in the U.S. ranks in the bottom 10 percent among their international peers. I think it is incumbent upon all of us to look at that report and help raise our voices collectively to our local officials, state officials and national officials."

    The executives said that the administration had also been induced to respond by a growing bipartisan movement in Congress supporting basic research and education.

    Two bills tackling this matter have recently been introduced. One is the Protect America's Competitive Edge Act, by Senators Pete V. Domenici, Republican of New Mexico; Jeff Bingaman, Democrat of New Mexico; Lamar Alexander, Republican of Tennessee; and Barbara A. Mikulski, Democrat of Maryland. A similar bill was introduced by Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, Democrat of Connecticut. Several of the senators met with President Bush in December to encourage him to support the competitiveness legislation.

    "We're excited the president has jump-started this and that it is very bipartisan," Dr. Vest said.

    Now the technologists and the educators are waiting to see the specifics of the financing when the president's budget is introduced next week. The report had called for an annual 10 percent increase over the next 10 years, and several executives said they now expected a rise of 7 percent annually, putting annual spending around twice the current level in 10 years.

    Peter A. Freeman, the National Science Foundation's assistant director for computer and information science and engineering, said the president's initiative would make a big difference.

    "We're obviously not at liberty to say what will be in the president's budget next week," Mr. Freeman said, "but we're very hopeful based on the State of the Union address. This is a strong sign that this administration will continue to be very supportive of fundamental science and engineering."

    Despite there being little detail yet with precise figures, even those who had been publicly critical of the administration were enthusiastic.

    "This is really a huge deal and I'm very encouraged," said David A. Patterson, a computer scientist at the University of California, Berkeley, who is president of the Association for Computing Machinery, a professional group.

    At the same time, though, Mr. Patterson was concerned that the president's proposal to double funds for basic research drew little applause from the Congressional audience on Tuesday night. "It just shows the challenge we have," he said. "It wasn't obvious to the legislators."

    Warren E. Leary contributed reporting from Washington for this article.


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  • Arvin_H1
    08-19 02:33 PM
    If you reappeal I think until the decision comes you are okay. But I'm
    not sure if you can work. Need to check with an attorney.

    If your job description need to match the degree you should be fine.
    Did you submit a credential evaluation? I think if both of the above
    things are okay, you should be through.

    If I were you I will contact an attorney, like Sheela or Rajiv who
    knows what they are doing.


    Thank you all for your advices.

    As this is my H1 extension, my credential evaluation done with first H1 process itself. and, my I-94 also expired in Sept'07.

    Does anyone know any good attorney that i can contact and take more suggestions on my issue..?

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  • VisaHelp
    07-26 09:23 AM
    I wasn't filing for an extension but rather a transfer of my H1B. It expired while waiting for the transfer. Do you think that might make a difference....negatively?

    My case is some what similar. My h1b extension packet was returned for lack of filing fee but before we could re-apply my old h1b expired. We applied however but USCIS approved h1B petition and didn't grant me h1b status i.e didn't issue I-94. I am required to leave the country for stamping.

    Now we are filing nunc-pro-tunc petition essential pleading with USCIS it was no fault of my mine. You can do gooogle on this.


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  • sanjay02
    12-08 01:24 PM
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  • number30
    10-19 10:14 PM

    Can anyone share experience applied for PIO at CGI Houston ? I am planning to apply for PIO for my son. Can you please suggest what are the documents needed ?

    Thanks !

    Take duplicate copies of the form. Take your and spouse passports with one copy each. Both you and your spouse needs to sign the form. CGI Houston does not takes the Check so carry the cash.

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  • yagw
    03-16 11:49 AM
    I am a primary applicant of GC. My question is can I take an unpaid vacation (for upto 6 months). FYI, My PD is EB3 - Aug 2003.

    Does that affect my GC status in any way?

    If this topic has been discussed earler, pl. point me to a correct thread.


    If the company will cooperate with your Attorney in the paper works needed, for any potential RFEs, I don't see a problem. Make sure your Attorney (either your personal or current GC sponsoring company) gets RFE (updated g28 etc).
    Also they might ask for copies of your tax returns...

    DISCLAIMER: I am not an Attorney and this is not a legal advice

    04-10 07:29 PM


    Can the employer refile a labor certification application filed under the previous permanent labor certification regulations under the new streamlined system and retain the filing date of the original application?
    Yes, if a job order has not been placed pursuant to the regulations in effect prior to March 28, 2005, an employer may refile by withdrawing the original application and submitting, within 210 days of withdrawing, an application for an identical job opportunity which complies with all of the filing and recruiting requirements of the new PERM regulation.

    NOTE: Indicating on the Application for Permanent Employment Certification, ETA Form 9089, the desire to use the filing date from a previously submitted application, i.e., marking "yes" to question A-1, is deemed to be a withdrawal of the original application.

    NOTE: If a job order for an application has been placed by the State Workforce Agency (SWA) as part of the traditional recruitment process under the regulations in effect prior to March 28, 2005, the employer is prohibited from refiling the application and retaining the original filing date. However, if an employer placed a job order as a recruitment step in a reduction-in-recruitment application, the job order is not considered a job order placed by the SWA as part of the traditional recruitment process and the employer is permitted to withdraw and refile.

    06-12 03:30 PM
    http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/0609/White_House_postpones_immigration_meeting_again.ht ml

    June 12, 2009
    Categories: White House

    White House postpones immigration meeting, again

    The White House announced this spring it would be hosting a big meeting on immigration policy � a signal that Obama cares about the issue, and perhaps a chance to rub salt in open Republican wounds, if not a serious attempt to move immigration reform this year.

    But the meeting was postponed from its original date, June 8, to June 17 � and now it's being postponed again, White House officials have told advocates, with no set date but hopes to do it later in the month. Officials, I'm told, are blaming the supplemental for the delays.

    Ana Navarro, a Florida Republican activist who has been arguing that Republicans have a chance to seize the initiative from Obama on this issue and repair their image, e-mails, "Nobody knows when it is. Nobody knows who is going. Nobody knows what the agenda is."

    "They are stringing along the immig[ation] advocates and Latino groups to whom Obama owes so much," she writes. "Latinos need to stand their ground, hold his feet to the fire and demand that he deliver on repeated promises to get this done within first year or call him out on it. This is a litmus test for Hispanics, and one which so far Obama is failing."

    UPDATE: Frank Sharry of America's Voice, an administration ally, tells Gebe Martinez: "While we are disappointed that the meeting has been delayed, we are confident that immigration reform will move forward this fall. The President has promised to advance the issue many times, and we believe he is a man of his word."

    By Ben Smith 01:00 PM

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