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  • rajasaab
    10-25 09:21 AM
    i think your best bet is to get an Indian Visa for your kid...the PIO card takes atleast 45 business days and the OCI takes almost 20 weeks!! I just applied for the PIO card for my daughter last friday at the DC consulate and they said it will be 45 days. BTW..thats not consulate dependent - the website also says that 45 days is the processing time.

    also.. the US passport took 4-6 weeks (normal processing) you can pay extra and get it expedited.

    Keep in mind that when you apply for the PIO card they will take the original US passport so incase you change your mind later and want to apply for a Visa you wont be able to!!

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  • nk2
    09-22 02:43 PM
    Made a contribution today and also made 1 member

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  • vladdrac
    06-09 10:32 PM
    that looks **** good VD

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  • gparr
    April 3rd, 2005, 05:00 PM
    I'll take a run at it. Just opened the shadows and added a touch of saturation, mainly to put more punch in the sky so it will stand up to the heavy, cold mountains. I like the shot but can appreciate it's not what you saw. In a shot such as this, I would have tried either using a graduated ND filter so you could give more exposure to the rocks, or shoot two frames, one exposed for the sky and one for the rocks, then sandwich them together. Did you get other shots later during the sunrise, where there is some light on the rocks?


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  • TheColonial
    04-27 01:35 AM
    SDL is not really that confusing at all.
    I never said it was. What I am saying is that it's off topic considering what he wants to achieve.

    And he will have to learn it at one time or another, and why limit a program to one OS.
    He will? Why?

    DirectX/OpenGL can be used in a windowed environment
    Again, that's got nothing to do with the desire to learn Win32.

    so even if you just want to do Win32 stuff DirectX can enhance it.
    And so can using the WPF in .NET, but how does that help with learning Win32?

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  • needhelp!
    02-13 10:55 PM
    Thanks to all who responded.


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  • sanz
    12-21 05:22 PM
    Kundra's Management Challenges
    Posted by J. Nicholas Hoover on December 21, 2009 03:17 PM

    Federal CIO Vivek Kundra's job is different from others whom we�ve named as InformationWeek�s Chief of the Year in the past in a few big ways that make it especially challenging.

    The 2009 chief of the year (read our story here) is certainly younger, and the federal government�s $76 billion IT budget dwarfs those of any other organization. However, Kundra�s two big biggest differences are that first, his job isn�t driven by traditional profit motives and second, many of his subordinates report to him only via a dotted line. In some ways, these two issues play together, and they've been challenges that have played a role in creating what top officials like OMB director Peter Orszag note as a gap between IT in the private and public sectors.

    Unlike in the private sector, where Wall Street can make or break IT decisions, the government doesn�t have the same forcing mechanisms for IT performance and for determining what should be the next project to pursue. Second, the reporting structure in the federal government is one of typical bureaucracy. Dozens of federal agency CIOs report to Kundra, but only indirectly. That means that while Kundra sits as chair of the federal CIO council, there are limits of what he can require of agencies or demand of budget and system decisions.

    Kundra's peers say he stands out in his ability not only to strategize, but to execute. Take his ability to understand that a drop of sunshine can go a long way when it�s tax dollars and not supply and demand at work, and that citizen engagement is the name of the game, which has played out in his use of dashboards and full embrace of the administration�s transparency initiatives, both as federal CIO and before as CTO of Washington, D.C.

    �His goal has never been innovation merely for innovations� sake, but innovation to get results in service to the public,� Virginia governor Tim Kaine said in an e-mail that didn�t make it into our story. �Vivek has a limitless imagination, and combined with his agility in the structures of government, I have the utmost confidence that he will continue to do great work for President Obama.�

    One story, which also didn�t make it into our feature, is particularly telling. Earlier this year, President Obama called on the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to partner with Kundra, federal CTO Aneesh Chopra, and federal chief performance officer Jeff Zients to find ways to improve the immigrant application experience.

    Kundra took an idea and ran with it. "Vivek very quickly helped to think through how transparency and open government could instill more confidence if we could publish average turnaround times in a forum online for visa and other application processing time, by office," Chopra says.

    The effect would be two-fold, Kundra thought. First, immigrants could now find out exactly where they stood in line to get their green card or visa and check on processing times for specific forms at US-CIS field offices around the country, comparing them with national averages and national goals. Second, placing that data online at the hands of the public could put pressure on US-CIS field offices to make them more efficient.

    Kundra then acknowledged the need to separate this effort from a larger, more complex modernization project currently underway at US-CIS. "When you have a multi-year project plan, it's challenging to thoughtfully introduce any new innovation without disrupting or adjusting requirements," Chopra says. And yet, that's exactly what happened: the team delivered the site within 90 days, and though it required shifting some money around, it didn't end up requiring any additional budget expenditure.

    "When you put it together, he sees the ability for something like the IT Dashboard to really jump start his larger strategy for how to change the way IT projects are done and then puts his head down and gets it done within 10 weeks," Zients says.

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  • Redeye
    12-12 04:12 PM
    I know one of my friend is EB2 PD 1999, stuck in namecheck.



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  • texcan
    02-16 12:51 PM
    Hi Everyone,

    I will be laid off from an american company by the end of Feb 2009. I spoke to my previous desi employee as my H1b with his company is still valid and he din't revoked it until now

    But he agrees to let me join his company but at the same time he worried about few things

    Q1) I was with him for 6 months of 2008 and moved to an American Company so the total pay in the W2 for year 2008 is less than LCA amount.
    Would that be a problem as i din't work with him for an entire year in which case it is bound to be less than LCA amount..
    Mind you i'm looking at the Yearly wage if you look at month wise it is much higher than mentioned in LCA.

    Would that be of any problem to both me and employeer.

    Q2) He also said that when somebody re hires any one , the employeer is liable to pay back wages for the period of time he was out.

    It sounds illogical atleast to me because he didn't terminate me from the job it was me who quit the job and transferred my H1b on a good note , but there is no official document saying i quit the job or he terminated me ....

    I would appreciate if some could throw some light on this ....

    My future is relied on these issues


    i somehow donot believe this guy....sounds fishy....

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  • gc28262
    01-16 09:42 AM
    can we just buy a vacation for the burger king (a.ka. steve king) and ask him to go to bahamas or cancun or somewhere.... so that we can pass the recapture bill....

    Maybe we can offer him a horse ride to nowhere. He will get enough time to think about "cruelty to horses".:rolleyes:


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  • dealsnet
    08-05 11:36 AM
    The sequence you mentioned is correct.
    I did received 3 same paper welcome notices !!!!
    Next paper notice received contain GC.

    Gurus / Recent GC Awardees:

    Can you clarify if the following Sequence of GC Issuance PRocess is correct, once Approval process is going on .

    1) Online LUD on Cases "Card Production Ordered" and subsequent Email.

    2) Online LUD Change as "Welcome Notices Sent" and Emails.

    3) Receiving the Paper WelcomeNotices (Are these Notices are deemed to be I485 approval notices ?? I have not yet received them)

    4) Receiving the Cards.

    Then What is "ADIT Processing" ? they mentioned in the Welcome Notices sent email.

    Any Info or guidance from Peers is highly appreciated . :)


    My 485 approval process is going on. and above Two Steps were done. :) after a wait of 5 years.

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  • gg_ny
    11-06 05:14 AM
    Employers need to have already declared whether their sponsoring of H1B's result in use of available numbers or exempted from it. They need to substantiate, I believe, with tax documents among other things. The applicant, or USCIS does not decide the category; rather, USCIS can deny an application if it deems an organization, and/or rarely, a position, is NOT 'not for profit': Eg. fully non-profit RD wing of a commercial company rarely gets
    designated as non-profit and the H1B's are mostly within the cap.

    No, those are just examples. Essentially, an H1-B working for any not-for-profit organization is exempt from the cap. Universities, goverment agencies, university medical hospitals are well-known examples that fit this description. Private sector organizations will not qualify in most cases. The key question you have to ask yourself to determine if you are eligible for an exemption is "Does this organization operate with the motive of profit ?". Of course, as always you will need to consult an attorney for a definite answer if you are not sure.


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    02-09 11:11 PM
    My status has changed recently from H4 to H1. I haven't got my H1 visa stamped in passport. I need to travel to India due to family emergency.
    1. Can I get an emergency appointment?
    2. Would I have any problem related to transit visa if travelling via Amsterdam or Frankfurt?
    3. How long does it take to recieve the passport after stamping?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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  • cagedcactus
    05-02 01:54 PM
    I just received an email from my lawyer that my I 140 was denied.
    The reason stated was my company is not able to prove the funds to support my salary.
    I am on 5 year of H1-b. Exactly one year left.
    I dont want to stay with same company if I have to file fresh in PERM. What are the best options available for me now?
    If I transfer the H-1, do I have enough time to get approve in PERM and a new I 140 to file extension for three more years on H1-b?
    please help....


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  • MannyD
    10-03 02:32 PM
    I can't imagine why people do not want to give whatever I-94 they had collected between two trips out of US. NOt sure of the rules, but the common procedure is to surrender original I-94 AND the ones you got with each H1B. I haven't heard so far that I-94's not returned gained monetary value on ebay or people could use them for anything else. For me, I see surrendering all of them as one ( or some) more document(s) not to worry about.

    I feel returning more than one I94 carries its own risks. Who takes it from you? - The airline representative who simply rips off these and shoves it in a cardbox box. By some chance if the newer I94 is overlooked by anyone and a older I94 that also surrendered is entered in your immi records, I'm sure you'd rue that day! Yes, keeping a copy of that I94 is good, but why not prevent the issue at POS?

    Gurus, is there any requirement to surrender ALL I94s?

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  • bfadlia
    03-18 02:56 PM
    would that invalidate the SSN?


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  • solaris27
    04-20 02:41 PM
    6 months

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  • vxb2004
    10-25 08:42 PM
    USCIS is well behind updating the status online. My AP says "Pending", but I received an approval note from my attorney.

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  • small2006
    07-21 12:43 PM
    I knew this would be the next obvious question and therefore I included that last line in my earlier post. Sorry but I tried to glean that from my attorney and there was no way he would give it to me.

    If you have an attorney working on your case it should be a simple matter of him/her sending in the request. Please try that option. Also I think it would carry more weight if it goes from an attorney's office than from an applicant directly.

    11-15 10:16 AM
    Still only 6 people have courage to speak out. What is running in your veins, water?

    We may not be able make changes in the law now but we might be able to get some relief on restrictions, that does not allow law making.

    Educate yourself or suffer...

    06-23 09:40 PM
    Cornyn Calls on Obama to Present Immigration Reform Plan - Roll Call (

    Cornyn Calls on Obama to Present Immigration Reform Plan

    Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) on Tuesday called on President Barack Obama to come up with a comprehensive immigration plan this year, saying a directive from the White House is the only way to push the complex issue forward.

    “What we need is not another photo op at the White House. What we need now is a plan from the president,” said Cornyn, ranking member on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and Border Security.

    “The president doesn’t write legislation, but he does have the bully pulpit,” Cornyn said, adding that right now “it’s unclear how they can get it finished.”

    Cornyn is one of several lawmakers who will meet with administration officials Thursday to discuss immigration policy. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs acknowledged Monday that time may run out this year before the administration and Congress — already spread thin with health care and climate change legislation — can take up yet another time-consuming and sweeping proposal.

    Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) echoed those concerns: “We’ve got a full plate already.”

    “There’s been little discussion from our side on immigration reform. I’ve honestly not given it a lot of thought,” McConnell said.

    But Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) reiterated his call for doing a comprehensive immigration reform bill this year.

    “We have to finish health care and climate change, but being third on the list is pretty good,” Reid said, predicting that he could muster up the votes for a bill later this year.

    Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), who chairs the immigration subpanel, will deliver an address on immigration at Georgetown University on Wednesday and is expected to outline “the principles that will guide legislation he intends to introduce in the Senate later this year,” according to a release.

    Schumer will also attend the White House meeting Thursday.

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