.:[Double Click To][Close]:.

blacklight tattoo ink

blacklight tattoo ink. uv tattoo ink. uv tattoo ink.
  • uv tattoo ink. uv tattoo ink.

  • irrational
    10-09 03:49 PM
    Thank you overseas. Much appriciated.

    I live in TX.. From the instructions it looks like I have to apply in TSC.


    blacklight tattoo ink. lack light tattoo 2. this ink
  • lack light tattoo 2. this ink

  • jaithran
    05-13 08:21 AM
    In Bank and other Government agencies they officially refer as I-485 Resident. In bank while approving a loan, one of the valid statuses is I-485 Resident.

    blacklight tattoo ink. Black Light Tattoos
  • Black Light Tattoos

  • saketkapur
    01-05 04:58 PM
    As per Ron Gotcher there might be bills that will be introduced comibined or separate by both Mccain and Lofregan as early as mid feb.....

    blacklight tattoo ink. Blacklight Tattoo Ink MOM
  • Blacklight Tattoo Ink MOM

  • psnycgirl
    11-06 09:24 PM
    I got all the receipts and FP notice from VSC on 10/15. Everything was filed on 7/31 and sent to TSC. FP date was 10/30. Got EAD last week and they want ID again for AP. 485 has been trasnferred to TSC now.


    blacklight tattoo ink. Black Light Tattoo Ink
  • Black Light Tattoo Ink

  • Leo07
    10-09 06:55 PM
    Basically, the VB just says that "Even though you waited for however number of years, gone through all the pains with employers, you are NO closer to getting GC than you were a month ago"

    How pathetic is our situation? Every time I think of it as the bottom,there is a new low next month? It's just a never ending tale.

    blacklight tattoo ink. fascinated with tattoos
  • fascinated with tattoos

  • bebar
    05-20 02:03 PM

    Is there a similar streamline process for Nebraska Service Center. My case which was pending for nearly two years at TSC just recently got transferred to NSC and my PD will not be current starting next mont. Is there any thing that I can do in the next 10 days or so?



    blacklight tattoo ink. lack light over her
  • lack light over her

  • perm2gc
    10-04 06:47 PM
    I am from India and lived in Brussels, Belgium between 2000-2002 before being transferred by my Indian IT company to work in US on H1. Here are some facts on Brussels:

    1. Quality of Life: Good place to live, friendly people, close to major cities like Paris, Amsterdam and London.

    2. Cost of Living:
    Apartment Rent: 900-1000 Euros per month
    Lease terms: 6-12 months
    Transportation: Public (Bus, subway, trains). You don't need a car.
    Some companies offer a car+gas card as part of the overall
    compensation package.

    3. Salaries: Around Euros 35-45K per year (IT related)
    Taxes: More than US (Around 30-35%)
    Health Insurance: None
    Vacation Time: 20-30 days an year
    Education:Schools are mostly french medium. International schools
    (English medium) are more expensive.
    Desi/Indian population: Limited

    4. Additional Information: Good to learn French as it helps in dealing with local people but a lot of them also speak English.

    Good info..thks

    blacklight tattoo ink. lack light tattoo black light
  • lack light tattoo black light

  • ampudhukode
    03-24 03:53 PM

    Thank you for the reply. Is that what people normally in this circumstance do ?


    No need of exp letter, just take offer letter and recent pay subs.


    blacklight tattoo ink. Color Blacklight Reactive
  • Color Blacklight Reactive

  • manderson
    09-21 03:05 PM
    Hello. I am wondering which is the main factor behind getting your GC independence from your employer - the 180 day test or AC21.

    In other words, if you stay with your 140 employer past 180 days (from 485 filing) and he withdraws (after 180 days) will it affect your 485 process?

    I know that if you change your employer after 180 days through AC21 it won't affect your 485. I was wondering does it also work if you don't use AC21 but pass the 180 day 'test'....

    Thanks is advance.

    blacklight tattoo ink. Get the lacklight sensitive
  • Get the lacklight sensitive

  • Nabeel
    01-29 03:26 PM
    try POJO method to reach IO. You can find in "n" number of threads to reach IO based upon your service center. but it's based on your luck to get polite and cordial IO. Try multiple times and speak politely.

    Posting this info. provided by some one in this forum long time back.

    Call 1-800-375-5283
    Press 1 to select English
    Press 2 to skip introduction
    Press 2
    Press 6 to find case status information
    Press 1
    Now enter your receipt number SRCxxxxxxxxxx
    Voice asks if SRC press 1
    Then reads out application number, if correct, press 1 (now listen to the case update info..blah blah)
    Part way through the blah blah press 3
    Wait a moment and press 4
    (now if you hear a male voice telling you that no IO is available, it will redirect it to National Customer Service Center (NCSC) you can cut the phone.. and try the same steps)
    You should hear "You have reached the TSC of USCIS�" OTHERWISE you have been bounced to NCSC. NCSC only sees what you see when you login to check case status at https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/index.jsp i.e. you will not get any useful information out of them.

    Once you get an IO, be very polite, and take notes for your records. Ask them for their badge number. That way you can reference each conversation by date and the badge number of the IO.

    Some of the standard questions:
    1) Name check Status ?
    2) Background Check Status ?
    3) Has it been assigned to an officer ?
    4) When can I expect to get some updates on my case ?
    5) Can you help me with a ball park date on when my case will be assigned to an officer?

    Ofcourse, we all are aware of the standard response we get.

    Good stuff. Thanks


    blacklight tattoo ink. Blacklight Tattoos
  • Blacklight Tattoos

  • looneytunezez
    04-06 04:33 PM
    pertinent????........ really? :cool: I would hope it is pertinent to what you do.....:rolleyes:

    i think you should consult a labor attorney to find out if the "contract" is valid and enforcable in your state.


    I signed an agreement with my employer who is holding my H1 visa. Agreement is saying I should not work for same client for 1 year. While I am on project, client is offering me pertinent job. My employer is saying I should not accept the employment offer from client. If I ignore my employer and accepts the offer from my client, I am going to be in trouble?

    Thank you very much.


    blacklight tattoo ink. Blacklight Ink Tattoos
  • Blacklight Ink Tattoos

  • purgan
    05-01 08:39 PM
    Today, Robert Rector, the immigration guru at the conservative Heritage Foundation testified before the House Judicary Immigration Subcommittee.

    It should be mentioned that Rector is the ideological guru of immigration restirictionists like Loo Dobbs, NumbersUSA, FAIR, CIS, Jeff Sessions and Tom Tancredo (I bet we'll remember these names in the years to come...).

    The full testimony is interesting, but this was this conclusion

    In the future, U.S. immigration policy should encourage high-skill immigration and strictly limit low-skill immigration.

    "It is sometimes argued that since higher-skill immigrants are a net fiscal plus for the U.S. taxpayers while low-skill immigrants are a net loss, the two cancel each other out and therefore no problem exists. This is like a stock broker advising a client to buy two stocks, one which will make money and another that will lose money. Obviously, it would be better to purchase only the stock that will be profitable and avoid the money losing stock entirely."

    So, the question is: Will the restictionists now support backlog relief for us High Skill Immigrants?

    NO.....you wanna know why? (hint: read Ruben Navarette's column for CNN today)


    blacklight tattoo ink. Blacklight Tattoos
  • Blacklight Tattoos

  • GotGC??
    01-22 12:52 PM
    Those numbers would be correct as of 2nd half of 2004, I think. I got it from a Labor Cert discussion thread (from immigrationportal.com) around that time.

    like the url of the site you read it at? I am wondering when those numbers were published -- i mean which year they were published? was there any mention of how many applications are still pending at bec?

    blacklight tattoo ink. http://www.tattooartists.org/
  • http://www.tattooartists.org/

  • zCool
    04-02 11:15 AM
    But for 140, ability to pay type of RFE can and will be answered by company financials etc. It's just that if you are already employed and are getting more than LC proffered wage and can prove that via W2+paystubs.. it makes it simpler even when company doesn't have enough assets or profits.
    But it's not completely a must have,
    More to the point though
    You can count on getting some type of RFE somewhere in the process that will ask you to prove the status.
    Normally W2 and Paystubs are basic stuff that maybe asked even at the time of 485 decision.
    and moreover if he's paying you, why work?!!


    blacklight tattoo ink. lack light ink tattoo black
  • lack light ink tattoo black

  • amitga
    03-05 01:51 PM
    They have a provision for deporting legal (and illegal) immigrants on their first DUI conviction. Seems to me they are now serious about creating an officialy declared permanent underclass in this country. The house Democrats are also singing the same chorus. I just can't believe that these are the same Democrats who we thought will replace the Republican Congress on the Hill and legalize every immigrants in this country. There were very few on this forum who thoght otherwise during 2006-CIR failure in the Republican congress.:mad:

    Where are the details of the bill? I am not able to find it anywhere.

    blacklight tattoo ink. Black Light Tattoos – Spiders,
  • Black Light Tattoos – Spiders,

  • Blog Feeds
    01-14 08:20 AM
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_HrmmM9Zhq1c/S04tovssNVI/AAAAAAAAAYI/V_rZEIpt7vo/s200/uscisLogo.gif (http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_HrmmM9Zhq1c/S04tovssNVI/AAAAAAAAAYI/V_rZEIpt7vo/s1600-h/uscisLogo.gif)

    The US Citizenship and Immigration Service has issued a long memorandum (http://www.uscis.gov/USCIS/Laws/Memoranda/2010/H1B%20Employer-Employee%20Memo010810.pdf) on what constitutes an "employer-employee" relationship for H-1B purposes. This should be especially interesting to H-1B workers and employers with consulting or contracting arrangements.

    US immigration regulations (8 C.F.R. 214.2(h)(4)(ii)) require, among other things, that a H-1B petitioner "Has an employer-employee relationship with respect to employees under this part, as indicated by the fact that it may hire, pay, fire, supervise, or otherwise control the work of any such employee"

    CIS acknowledges that the lack of guidance defining what constitutes a valid employer-employee relationship has caused problems, especially when employees such as consultants or contractors are placed at 3rd-party sites. In these situations, the petitioner might not be able to show the required control over the employee's work. CIS considers that the "right to control" the employee's work is critical. The memo stresses that the right to control is different to actual control. To analyze the control, CIS looks at:

    Does the petitioner supervise the beneficiary and is such supervision off-site or on-site?
    If the supervision is off-site, how does the petitioner maintain such supervision, i. e. weekly calls, reporting back to main office routinely, or site visits by the petitioner?
    Does the petitioner have the right to control the work of the beneficiary on a day-to-day basis if such control is required?
    Does the petitioner provide the tools or instrumentalities needed for the beneficiary to perform the duties of employment?
    Does the petitioner hire, pay, and have the ability to fire the beneficiary?
    Does the petitioner evaluate the work-product of the beneficiary, i.e. progress/performance reviews?
    Does the petitioner claim the beneficiary for tax purposes?
    Does the petitioner provide the beneficiary with any type of employee benefits?
    Does the beneficiary use proprietary information of the petitioner in order to perform the duties of employment?
    Does the beneficiary produce an end-product that is directly linked to the petitioner's line of business?
    Can the petitioner control the manner and means in which the work product of the beneficiary is accomplished?
    The CIS Memo describes various different employment relationships, and states whether they meet the regulatory requirements. Those which CIS considers do not comply with regulations include:

    Self employment;
    Independent contractors;
    "Job shops".
    The memo describes, in detail, the evidence that can be submitted to prove an employer-employee relationship, especially where the employee will be working off-site.

    The memo also notes that petitions must show compliance with 8 C.F.R. 214.2(h)(2)(i)(B) which states:

    Service or training in more than one location. A petition that requires services to be performed or training to be received in more than one location must include an itinerary with the dates and locations of the services or training and must be filed with USCIS as provided in the form instructions. The address that the petitioner specifies as its location on the Form I-129 shall be where the petitioner is located for purposes of this paragraph.

    The memo notes that to satisfy the requirements of 8 C.F.R. 214.2(h)(2)(i)(B), the petitioner must "submit a complete itinerary of services or engagements that specifies the dates of each service or engagement, the names and addresses of the actual employers, and the names and addresses of the establishment, venues, or locations where the services will be performed for the period of time requested. Compliance with 8 C.F.R. 214.2(h)(2)(i)(B) assists USCIS in determining that the petitioner has concrete plans in place for a particular beneficiary, that the beneficiary is performing duties in a specialty occupation, and that the beneficiary is not being "benched" without pay between assignments." Submitting a detailed itinerary for the next 3 years will be very difficult for many employers who place employees out on contracts.

    This memo has just been published today, and there will undoubtedly be many more rticles published that analyze the provisions.


    More... (http://martinvisalaw.blogspot.com/2010/01/cis-issues-memo-on-employer-employee.html)


    blacklight tattoo ink. Tags: Black and Grey,
  • Tags: Black and Grey,

  • WeShallOvercome
    11-13 04:55 PM
    USCIS has accepted my application and we received the receipts today. Thanks to USCIS. They are being lenient.

    That is GREAT!

    I can understand what you have gone through and it must be a big relief for you !

    Can you tell us when did you resubmit your application and what fee did they accept..old or new. A friend of mine resubmitted his application a few days ago with new fee... his original app was rejected earlier because his attorney sent thre wrong fee amount...(neither new nor old..)

    Good luck and enjoy the feleing now

    blacklight tattoo ink. Stunning Black Light Tattoo
  • Stunning Black Light Tattoo

  • jungalee43
    02-10 04:04 PM
    I would like to face such a problem !

    Guys --
    I got 485 Card production order and welcome notice email yesterday . I am assuming that means I got PR . my company has filed for H1 -B extension last week itself . what will happen to that extension , do we need to revoke/withdraw that petition ?
    has anyone being in this situation ?


    blacklight tattoo ink. Glow In Dark Tattoo.
  • Glow In Dark Tattoo.

  • dvb123
    03-01 10:40 AM
    Response to this per country limit query by lawyers

    RG: He mentioned that Hong Kong is treated as a separate country by statute. Other than that he says that there is no clear explanation why some dependencies are listed while others are not. He mentioned that political reasons may also be involved.

    RK: Acknowledges that he has not dealt with this issue before but suggested that only a lawsuit may help.

    Can IV core do something? It will provide a relief to some people atleast.

    06-20 08:48 AM
    When I saw the title of the thread, I first thought Dan Quayle is posting on immigration voice.

    12-09 10:47 AM
    Dream Act 'Motion to proceed' passes with 59 to 40 votes.

    It goes for cloture vote, which require 60 votes.