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    09-12 05:10 PM
    James Carville's famous snowclone on how to win an election -- "It's the economy, stupid!"-- has new, very buff legs. With the traditional Labor Day launch of campaign season just six days ago, the American people have already witnessed the fur of political charges and countercharges flying. The 24/7 news cycle and the ocean of tweets, blogs and YouTube videos reveal a viral debate over which of the two parties is most responsible for the lingering frailty of the economy and the blight of persistent joblessness. Ruling out a fight for another massive stimulus bill, President Obama has opted for...

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  • rb_248
    12-07 02:48 PM
    Can someone please provide live updates on what is happening on the floor now? I can't open video links from work and there are many more that can't open video links from work.
    Thanks :confused:

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  • ysramu
    01-02 02:05 PM
    My AP approvals are lost in mail, my employer mailed them in ordinary mail during holiday season (12/11/07). What can I do next? Go thru attorney for duplicates? Please advice.

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  • jliechty
    March 29th, 2005, 01:24 PM
    I could speculate endlessly, but I'll go out on a [thick and sturdy] limb and say:

    No, that is not legitimate. You will either get 1) ripped off yourself, or 2) ripped off equipment. In other words, you don't get what you don't pay for.

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  • foobar2001
    01-27 12:09 AM
    yes, you can add her anytime before the approval of your I485 (3rd stage of the GC process). You havent mentioned EB1/2/3 but if its EB2 or EB3, stage 3 is several years away for you, and you can always add her before you apply for the final stage. Good luck!

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  • vallabhu
    08-07 09:33 AM
    I know this is dumb question to ask as I should not lie on the application and hide my previous application details but the question really is what all documents should I furnish from my existing application.


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  • martinvisalaw
    07-09 05:53 PM
    No, you don't need the I-864. The interview letter that you got might refer to an I-864, but this is often because the local district office has standard interview letters and they are more often for family cases than employment cases. I've seen this happen often.

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  • Sravanth
    10-10 03:40 PM
    Any update please...


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  • microbe
    February 17th, 2004, 11:25 PM
    this was a snapshot, but i think it turned out well. i reduced quality for posting.

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  • munnu77
    04-04 11:46 AM
    Any comments abt the dates?


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  • ita
    10-29 03:18 PM
    I understand that when we re-enter the country using AP we will be given I-94 with the validity period just like that of AP.
    So when we renew AP will they even renew the I-94?

    Thank you.

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  • anyway
    10-27 09:28 PM
    @Kirupa: Not live tiles, but selection tiles (thumbnails) -- square boxes with text and maybe an image . They are use in panoramic applications instead of a list box.

    You should do a video tutorial on creating the different elements of a panoramic app, i.e., the listbox, selection tiles (thumbnails), and a listbox with text+image(on the left). I think the xbox hub is a great example.


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  • engineer
    01-20 02:49 PM
    My understanding is that by using AC21 portability (when I140 is approved and i485 is pending for > 180 days),
    one can work for current or any employer provided that new job is 'similar' (per DOL definition) to job listed in labor certification. In this case even if employer revokes 140 petition, 485 petition remains valid


    One can used AC21 and continue to work for new employer on H1b (even if it is in 7th year extension stage) and doesn't have to use EAD,

    Is my understanding correct? if yes,

    1. Does one need to notify USCIS/ DOL after invoking AC21 ?
    2. If one leaves current company due to better job, life changing event or layoffs what does companies doe generally? Do they revoke 140 petition?

    What are other pros and cons of using AC21 ?

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  • bombaysardar
    08-23 04:24 PM
    IV Core - any thoughts on if we should bring this up in DC rally?

    Diversity Lottery ends in FY08. As a baby step, to offset this why dont we ask these numbers - 50,000 to be added to EB visa quota?
    I'm sure most senators will be agreeable to this - getting 50K immigrants with skills(in the future) vs 50K immigrants only


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  • jest_1
    09-24 10:07 AM
    Gurus, anyone who had similar experience in the past ?? Your views/thoughts would be welcome.

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  • unbreakable
    03-15 02:44 PM
    You entered this country in 1985 and still without a GreenCard? You got to be kidding.


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    03-31 11:02 PM

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  • perm2gc
    09-07 02:03 PM
    Personally I agree with you. On the other hand, there could be some folks who like this sh*t. :D :D It is just an FYI for them.;):D :D :D

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  • saro28
    12-26 08:35 AM
    Thanks for quick response. we will touch base with lawyer.

    07-09 10:41 AM
    Any homies in the da house..make some noise!.

    Lets pick a date July 14th?

    10-14 09:50 AM
    G.O.P. Lawmakers Voice Their Unease ( By CARL HULSE | New York Times, October 14, 2007

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 � Members of the White House communications team invited their Capitol Hill counterparts down to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue the other day to see how Republican morale was holding up in Congress. The answer: Not so well.

    Under fierce attack on children�s health insurance, beset by politically inconvenient retirements and uncertain if another scandal lurks around the corner, Congressional Republicans are feeling a bit under siege as even one of their former leaders predicts 2008 could be a Democratic year.

    �We are not happy, no doubt about it,� said one of the senior Republican Congressional aides who attended the Oct. 5 meeting at the White House and would talk about the internal session only without being identified by name.

    The twist is that the issue Republicans had feared most in the fall, the war in Iraq, has played out legislatively in their favor for the moment. In concert with the White House, Congressional Republicans say they were able to execute a strategy built around the testimony of General David H. Petraeus that allowed them to forestall Democratic calls for troop withdrawals and hold the party together on the war at a crucial turn.

    But Republicans say they have lacked a similar cohesive plan to counter the Democratic assault over the children�s health insurance program that will be the subject of a veto override vote in the House on Thursday. President Bush�s veto of an expansion of that program and the strategic failure have exposed vulnerable Republicans to a backlash and allowed the party to be painted as uncaring.

    As a result, Republicans have been scrambling for a health care response at a time when they had hoped to be pounding Democrats over excessive spending and re-establishing their image as the party of fiscal restraint.

    �We need to be on offense,� said Representative Tom Davis, a Virginia Republican considering a Senate run.

    At the White House, administration officials urged Congressional Republicans to try to remain positive and ride out the current turmoil. Ed Gillespie, a senior adviser to Mr. Bush, told the visitors, according to multiple accounts, that had Republicans sided with Democrats on the health program, they would have opened themselves to withering criticism from conservatives and been in a worse position than they are now.

    But that was small solace to Congressional Republicans who worry that the White House does not fully appreciate their political difficulties and that Mr. Bush, who will not be on the ballot next year, has put them in harm�s way with his opposition to the children�s health care bill. Many Republicans say the White House should have been more aggressive early on in getting behind a counterproposal.

    �The president has let the debate on health care down by not offering an alternative,� said Representative John R. Kuhl Jr., Republican of New York.

    The children�s health insurance program is not the only development that has some Republicans down. A string of retirements in the Senate and House continued Friday with the decision by Representative Ralph Regula, a veteran Republican from Ohio, to step aside in a district where Democrats could be competitive.

    Worried about increasing departures, the House leadership has been encouraging Representative Steve Pearce of New Mexico to forgo a run for the Senate and avoid opening a second Republican-held House seat in a state where Democrats are gaining strength. A fellow Republican, Representative Heather A. Wilson, is already running for the seat being vacated by Senator Pete V. Domenici.

    Republicans also have lawmakers under criminal investigation in the House and the Senate, raising the possibility of a recurrence of the election-year corruption fallout that damaged Republicans in 2006.

    And House Republicans could not have been happy with comments by the former majority leader Dick Armey, the ex-congressman from Texas. He predicted in an interview with The Gazette-Journal of Reno, Nev., that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, Democrat of New York, would be elected president next year and that �it is going to get worse before it gets better.�

    Yet Republicans say Democrats have problems of their own, as shown by low public approval ratings for Congress. And the Republican leadership in the House and Senate was hoping it had struck on an effective message on the health care legislation, saying the refusal by Democrats to negotiate over the bill showed the party was more interested in political insurance than health coverage.

    �While some on the left believe they are gaining political points by criticizing Republicans rather than legislating, at the end of the day their focus on politics may come at the expense of S-chip,� said Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona, the third-ranking Republican, referring to the State Children�s Health Insurance Program.

    Other Republicans say the public is fed up with constant gamesmanship.

    �They cannot stand the partisan bickering,� said Representative Judy Biggert, an Illinois Republican who is under fire for her opposition to the health care bill.

    Congressional Republicans say their political fortunes have to improve at some point. They think the emergence of a party presidential nominee early next year will help get them out from under the shadow of the unpopular Bush White House. And while they might not be thrilled that Mr. Armey is predicting a Clinton victory, they believe her nomination could be a powerful motivator for Republican activists and donors.

    Republicans are also banking on an overall anti-incumbent atmosphere. They point to a special House election to be held in Massachusetts on Tuesday, saying that Jim Ogonowski, a Republican running as a government outsider in a heavily Democratic district, has presented a stronger than anticipated challenge to Niki Tsongas, a well-connected Democrat.

    �There is clearly an anti-Washington sentiment out there if you are a Republican challenger who can capitalize on it,� said Jessica Boulanger, a spokeswoman for the National Republican Congressional Committee. �Democrats have reason to be worried.�

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