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  • Anders �stberg
    January 17th, 2005, 09:58 AM
    Nice job Anders. 2,3,4 and 5 are the best of these I believe. You're exactly right about practice. The more you shoot the better you will get, as you are demonstrating. Patience and alertness are the key as well. When you can't control what's happening, you have to anticipate, and be alert to catch in when it happens. Shooting from the penalty box allows from some great shots. Be alert in there though. The first time I did that a puck whistled by myhead. Thank goodness I ducked and moved my head. Water from the ice was literally on my ear and the puck hit behind me. I would have hit me square in the head.
    Thanks Steve!

    Something I need to get a grip on is post processing and white balance...

    Pucks are scary... A couple of games back it was a bit too hairy for comfort. The arena had plexi everywhere except just next to the players' boxes on the opposite from where I'm used to standing. I talked my way onto a high bench next to one of the teams, and this was apparently the place the defenders tended to clear pucks. :) I had three flying quite close, two of which I saw and could duck, and one I completely missed while looking in the camera. One of the "water girls" with the team told me it hit the wall beside me and bounced out the other side. :o I'm wondering if maybe I should have a helmet on.

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  • azharuddinm
    07-23 11:46 AM
    i did not inculde the P.O Box is this an issue ?
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  • chi_shark
    03-25 03:47 PM
    BTW isn't I-485 for a future job ? How does the current work location matter ?

    thats what scared me when i read this thread... so, basically, they are using even the pending 485s to raise issues on 140 etc... this i bad stuff.

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  • Yeldarb
    07-16 01:58 PM - A full blown PHP site. The layout was done in photoshop. This site features a full PHP backend, including a full admin panel. The client can edit any and all content on the site, as well as add new sections as needed. The content is stored in a mySQL database. It also utilizes the PHP GD Library in order to edit user uploaded images on the fly, including making dynamic thumbnails of photo gallery images. Completion time for this project was 43 hours of work time.


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  • onemorecame
    11-15 04:00 PM

    I am a teacher on H1B. I am here with a company GTRR. If you are a math, science or special education teacher you can get job easily. The company site is

    yes She is Math teacher.
    What is process of getting H1B. Is they are applicable for H1B or they need diff VISA. then what is the process of getting that. or if they are applicable for H1b then it is the same process as for S/W Prof.

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    Is any other thing which we need to take care about.

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  • gc_on_demand
    06-06 12:39 PM
    I had 1 year contract for employment and I was not paid regularly. Also they were deducting money for health insurance which I didnot receive.

    So I left company and they didnot pay me money. I had one year contract or 10000 USD fine.

    iI donot work for them since 2005. I have time sheet signed by client and email from vendor to confirm that they paid my money to employer.

    Can i go to labor and complain ? Will they ask me to pay back 10k ?


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  • gparr
    February 1st, 2004, 08:42 PM
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  • chanduv23
    09-10 06:51 AM
    If people think reversal of bulletin has solved their issues, it is far from truth. From what I understand and based on experience, Ron Hira and his likes will now work on a non reversible damage.

    If the immigrant community is still ignorant - God save the community.

    If we do not have enough numbers show up at the rally - Ron Hira, Lou Dobbs, Roy Beck and John Miano will start architecting something that is irreversible


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  • brij523
    11-10 12:31 PM
    I guess poll closes after 15 days (?)
    Thanks to all those who are helping out in different ways.

    I would like to know what is the booth number?

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  • freeskier89
    02-09 03:22 PM
    Ooooh my bad. Sorry about that. It's kind of like joking about bombs in an airport lol. Its kind of an edgy subject. Anyways, congrats!


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  • jayleno
    08-05 04:37 PM
    EB2 takes X number of years
    EB3 takes Y number of years
    X >= Y In most cases.

    I think thats the most accurate estimate anyone can give you. By the way...I'm not kidding.

    I know this is not a good question as there is no time frame for GC process?
    But please share your experience;
    How many years it could take to get GC if it is started with in Aug. 2008 for
    -EB2 category
    -EB3 category

    I am trying to understand the time (years) difference between two process.


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  • sbabunle
    09-14 06:28 PM
    Who will help us? Dems or Reps?
    SKILL is introduced by Reps in both houses. Anybody has any
    idea what Dems think about SKILL? Its all confusing to me.
    If Dems take congress, I think they may not worry about SKILL
    since there is no bipartisan support for the moment. What you guys
    think of it?


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  • Irs
    02-10 01:43 PM
    key note....Document and have everything in writing/email/recording...

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  • visves
    12-20 12:03 PM
    I believe the AP needs to be approved before the person leaves the country for it to be used while coming back. This needs to be clarified though.

    From your post, it sounds like she doesn't have an H4 stamp on her passport, but only the approval notice. She can't re-enter the US only by showing the approval notice at the port of entry. She needs to have the stamp on her passport as you already may be aware of.

    Sending AP (or any other immigration document in original) outside of the US (e.g., to India) via courier/mail is risky, if not forbidden by law.


    PS: Not a lawyer, just my personal opinion.


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  • dsneyog
    01-15 09:03 AM
    You are really lucky! I guess since my application was fresh I could not efile. Or I read many posts about how paper filing is way to go to get faster approvals. I think with USCIS everything seems unpredictable.

    I am really hoping that mine comes soon.

    I e-filed my AP application on Dec 29 at TSC and got the approval email yesterday ... Got approved in 2 weeks.

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  • purgan
    03-14 01:28 AM
    So now we have official National panel has declared it.

    Immigration restrictionists are US schools have been doing just fine and so the country doesn't need scientists and engineers from abroad. Well, this just proves they have been llying all along...just because they don't like immigrants and don't want any competiton.
    Panel Urges Schools to Emphasize Core Math Skills

    By Maria Glod
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Friday, March 14, 2008; A06

    A presidential panel declared math education in the United States "broken" yesterday and called on schools to focus on ensuring that children master fundamental skills that provide the underpinnings for success in higher math and, ultimately, in high-tech jobs.[/B]
    The National Mathematics Advisory Panel convened in April 2006 to address concerns that many students lack the know-how to become engineers and scientists. The 24-member panel of mathematicians, education experts and psychologists said yesterday that students need a deeper understanding of basic skills, including fluency with whole numbers and fractions. It urged more training and support for teachers and called on researchers to find ways to combat "mathematics anxiety."

    Larry R. Faulkner, chairman of the panel and former president of the University of Texas at Austin, [B]said the country needs to make changes to stay competitive in an increasingly global economy. He noted that many U.S. companies draw skilled workers from overseas, a pool that he said is drying as opportunities abroad improve.
    "Math education isn't just about a school subject," Faulkner said as the panel released its final report at Fairfax County's Longfellow Middle School. "It's fundamentally about the chances that real people all across this country will have in life. And it's about the well-being and safety of the nation."

    Scores from the 2006 Program for International Student Assessment showed 15-year-olds in the United States trailed peers from 23 industrialized countries in math.

    The panel stressed that many students are simply befuddled by fractions. And one panel member noted that a recent survey of middle school students found that 84 percent would rather clean their room or take out the garbage than tackle math homework.

    President Bush charged the panel with examining ways to ensure that students have a strong grasp of the building blocks needed for algebra, a gateway to higher math. Students who complete Algebra II are more likely to attend and graduate from college.

    Education Secretary Margaret Spellings said the report's release was a "seminal moment" in math education and urged teachers, school boards, colleges, interest groups and parents to use it as a guidepost to refine instruction.

    "I want every stakeholder in the equation of education to look at all of this and act on it," Spellings said. "I think there are very actionable steps right now. Teachers, starting today, can pay more attention to fractions."

    The panel concluded that the math curricula and textbooks in elementary and middle schools typically cover too many topics without enough depth. It noted that countries in which children do best at math, including Singapore and Japan, emphasize core topics.

    The panel identified benchmark skills that students need for a strong math foundation -- for example, that students be able to add and subtract whole numbers by the end of third grade. By the time students leave fifth grade, the panel said, they should be able to add and subtract fractions and decimals.

    "I think the main message of this report is simple -- content is king," said Tom Loveless, panel member and director of the Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institution.

    It's not just lessons that need to change, the panel said, but also the nation's attitudes about math. In a culture in which parents say they "weren't good at math either," children assume they don't have the talent for numbers. The panel said that research shows that practice pays off and that adults need to give students that message.

    The panel also weighed in on the long-running battle between traditionalists, who favor a focus on memorization and drilling, and those who prefer stressing concepts and letting students make connections on their own. Students need to know math facts and have automatic recall, Faulkner said, but they also need "some element of discovery."

    "I think this panel has gradually evolved to the view that most members believe that most effective teachers draw from both philosophies at different times," he said.

    The panel met a dozen times, heard testimony from groups and individuals and reviewed thousands of research papers. The panel said that it is "self-evident" that teachers need to have strong math skills but that more research must be done to find the best ways to prepare them.

    Local educators, business leaders and interest groups were delving into the report yesterday afternoon. School officials in Montgomery and Fairfax counties said the recommendations mirror efforts underway to help more children successfully complete an algebra course by the end of eighth grade.

    Roy Romer, former governor of Colorado and chairman of Strong American Schools, said the report illustrates a need for states to voluntarily agree on standards that are "uniform for all of America and benchmarked against the rest of the world." The nonpartisan group seeks to make education a priority in the 2008 presidential election.

    "We include too much, we're much too broad and we don't go deep enough," said Romer, who also served as Los Angeles school superintendent. "We put out these textbooks with 750 pages, and if you're a fourth-grade teacher, you can't teach 750 pages. You have to be selective."


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  • little_willy
    02-23 11:59 AM
    Oh really It's a Great news! I don't know this.So if we loose job and use cobra a family can get Insurance for about $250-$300 for 9 months.Do you have any link explaining this to get some more info?

    The First Part of The COBRA Stimulus Plan: Reduced Premiums

    The COBRA stimulus plan basically has two parts. In the first part, The COBRA stimulus plan will be able to step in and help struggling families trying to pay their COBRA benefits. People who are currently enrolled in the COBRA plan will get a 65% reduction in their premium costs. This will be a huge savings to many families struggling to keep their COBRA benefits.

    Part 2: The Ability to Re-Enroll into COBRA

    The second part of the COBRA stimulus plan will provide recently unemployed people the ability to re-enroll into the COBRA plan, even if they had denied coverage in the past. This will help a great amount of people who choose not to continue their health insurance through COBRA because they just could not afford it.

    9 Key Details about the Cobra Stimulus Plan

    1. Valid for people who were involuntarily terminated between September 1, 2008 and December 31, 2009

    2. To be eligible annual income cannot exceed $125,000 for a single person and $250,000 for a couples

    3. 65% of existing COBRA premiums will be subsidized by the U.S. Treasury Department

    4. Subsidies will be available for up to 9 months

    5. If you declined COBRA coverage after September 1, 2008 you will have the option to re-enroll into COBRA with the above subsides

    6. Notices of the COBRA subsidies and re-enrollment information will be sent from the COBRA administrator (usually your previous employer)

    7. Subsidies will be paid, via a refundable tax credit, directly to the COBRA administrators

    8. Subsidies will terminate if the enrollee acquires a new health insurance plan through another employer or is eligible for Medicare

    9. Subsidies will only apply to COBRA premiums paid after the effective date of February 17, 2009 and there will be no refund of premiums prior to this date

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  • kittu1991
    07-15 01:59 PM
    If you think the price is to go up, then you can buy them at current market value of 26 and hold them. You don't have to pay 30 for it :-)

    Options are only valuable if they are more than the exercisable price, if not the paper is worth nothing.

    Why do you want to buy the options at that price? Can't you just buy it from the open market and that way option will exxpire and there will be that many less open shares.

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  • Jaime
    09-05 05:08 PM
    Retrogression affects ALL countries. ROW EB3 has been retrogressed for some time.

    Please be careful to not spread misconceptions about who is, or is not, affected.

    Well, right now it is all "U" on the visa bulletin, you are right. But I assure you that come October and the following months there will be visas for our Egyptian friend and ROW.

    07-07 02:51 PM
    Have a similar question. My 485 (EB3-I was filed in July 2007). Yet to be married and have to bring spouse on H-4.

    My question is around options to keep my spouse here in case I loose my H1b status.

    1. How easy difficult is it to get converted to F-1 visa?. (Does the university / program matter? I guess it would)

    2. Can the spouse start the program on H4 then convert to F-1? Can this be done quickly enough after loss of primary's H1 status? (worst case).

    3. Other thean F-1, what other options are there if primay looses H1 status (i.e. uses EAD).

    09-30 08:37 AM
    My PERM approval came through Aug 14, so all done in a hurry. 140/485 (concurrent-mailed) /ead/ap sent aug 16th, received on aug 17.

    Since it was done quickly, couldn't wait for PERM hard copy approval (came 1 wk later), 140 was submitted without PERM approval hard copy. lawyer included printout of ETA 9089 approval/form from online with OBM approval number on it, signed by me/employer. Also included screen shot from DOLETA of perm approval.

    My question...from anyone else's experience/info

    Will I get a RFE for the PERM LC hard copy or a rejection?

    How does that affect my pending EAD/485? think i know answer..all goes down, right?

    I hope I get a RFE, not rejectiong on 140.
    anyone have any info, experience, please share..

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