Saturday, June 18, 2011

tendons of foot

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  • sole of the foot: Layer 4

  • sammas
    07-12 04:41 PM
    Sorry to say this but 1st March is not considered. Hopefully your PD will be current in next Sep 2010 bulletin. Good Luck!

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  • vin13
    11-13 09:29 AM
    If you do not have the time to meet the lawmakers or their aides, call them over the phone explain the situation and email the letter.

    If 100s' of us try and 1 succeeds, we all succeed.

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  • chanduv23
    01-30 09:08 PM
    Benching is a concept where a H1b employee is not productive to the sponsering employer, during this time the employer does not want to pay the employee. This is not permitted because such a concept just does not make sense.

    Generally people find it difficult to find their first work assignment when they do not have US experience and a lot of people have initial bench, which is also not valid, but it is common.

    Nowadays a lot of these body shops also manage to get some product development or outsourced work from clients and when their employees come on bench they are made to work on these internal projects or manage outsourced work and their payroll continues as they do productive work as well as look for future assignments.

    Your case is defferent and you not recieving pay check during summer is not bench.

    Prolonged benching have been taken seriously by USCIS. I am not aware of any cases in detail but people have had issues with spouses not getting h4 etc...

    I have never heard USCIS penalizing unpaid bench. If it a problem and such a common case, why don't we ever hear about penalty against unpaid bench?

    Is it possible to take unpaid leave every year?

    In teaching you have an option of not teaching in summer. This means you do not get 2-3 pay checks; happens every year because most faculty don't teach in summer. Faculty is not even aware that absence of pay checks can be a problem.

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  • tough tendons running down

  • 3d Nirvana
    02-27 09:39 PM
    nice BLUE! That was exactly the site I was looking for. :)


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  • The peroneous longus tendon

  • f1vlad
    01-19 11:23 PM
    Same happened to me in some small town in NH, about quarter mile from Canada, I was just driving on a local road and I pulled over to check my map. So I sit reading map and I hear knock on my window. All of a sudden see couple of Border Petrol agents.

    I only had drivers license. They didn't believe anything I said and they told me that. At which point I told him "Sir, do what you have to do," because conversation sounded more like interrogation.

    Anyway bottom line they got back to my car window and said that they could put me to jail right now and that they cannot find anything on me in their computer. My last attempt was "I can give you cell phone #'s of my supervisor and VP, if you would like". But he handed me my license and said that I should carry passport and H1B with me at all times.

    I agree with some of you who say it's dumb, up to now I still don't carry passport and originals of H1B. I am just afraid to loose it.

    This thread however makes me rethink it, I might just throw passport in the car and take with me whenever I far from car.

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  • ajthakur
    07-15 07:08 PM
    I spoke with my ex employer. He never did revoke the 140. He is also willing to provide an EVL. I can join him once I get GC. I felt sorry for having left him earlier.Talk to an attorney soon then.


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  • vin13
    03-09 12:59 PM
    Please do not start the may prediction right now. :rolleyes:

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  • coolmanasip
    07-24 10:08 AM
    60 days...period of authorized stay.....check with the international advisor in school......


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  • Also various tendons

  • newbie2020
    02-10 06:48 AM
    I have some Delta Skymiles (3729miles), Not sure how to donate. If anyone needs them let me know.

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  • nc14
    11-03 04:19 PM
    I too got a receipt letter from USCIS about my FOIA request.

    Today received letter from USCIS regarding the FOIA.


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  • Our feet work for us the whole

  • ndbhatt
    02-18 07:00 PM
    Sorry guys, I misread somewhere.:D

    What about illegal immigrants with < 5years. I think these senators will leave the overall problem unsolved.

    What about legal immigrants with < 5years :confused:

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  • willigetagc
    08-23 09:56 AM
    Hi, I hope somebody helps in my dilemma.

    I am currently on an L1A visa. I heard that my main office (where I am now working) is closing the foreign office where I come from. Based on L1 requirements and facts, it states that once the subsidiary closes, my L1 becomes invalid. Given this, the company is willing to sponsor my green card as soon as possible. It will probably still take a year before the subsidiary officially closes. What are my options? If they have to close the company while my green card is being process, would it be cancelled ?


    Tricky situation, many permutations. Check with a lawyer.

    But I think if you file for I-140 asap you can lock in the PD. When that becomes current (chances are good if you are not from India/China) you can file for I-485, get your EAD+AP and continue working on the EAD.

    Other option is to apply for a H1B change of status on the FIRST day the USCIS starts accepting applications. If you get approval, then it kicks in Oct 01, 2009. The odds of getting an approval are approximately 1 in 2. On the flip-side, you might have to restart your GC process and get a labor certification first.


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  • alex99
    10-30 08:51 AM
    Participate in EB3 Poll

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  • anurakt
    11-17 12:49 PM
    That's probably the path most people with (EB3 2003 onwards/EB2 2004 onwards) will take from now on. The only hurdle is there is no clarity about the law regarding H1B extensions granted on an approved I-140. Most people have run out of H1B and will have to change jobs on the extensions. I hope USCIS issues a clear guidance on this issue. Also you might not have to let go of the priority date if your company is kind enough.

    I don't care if the company is kind enought or not. Damn it's my life and I want to control my own destiny.... a green card , red card, yellow card cannot make me beg anybody !! I have decided that I will keep switching on extensions and keep getting three extensions ....

    If CIR / SKLIL happens , it would just be a bonus. But I will definitely help IV financially and morally all the time.....




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  • foot muscles and tendons

  • needhelp!
    11-14 01:34 PM
    Couple of days back I got the receipt. I'll post the number soon.

    Number of members participating in this is too few. We can rest assured there will be no "updates" from IV core if we don't act.

    Only few members have posted about getting the receipt:
    NRC 2008 063585

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  • reddymjm
    08-16 06:57 PM
    Hi Guys,

    I got an LUD on 8/14 on mine and my wifes I485s and also on the first EADs filed along with the 485. Anything cooking? I did change my employer in Feb 2010 and yet to file AC21. If any one had similar LUDs please post.



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  • chanduv23
    03-09 12:31 PM
    VDLRao is ONLY a stress reliever - not to be taken seriously.
    I am surprised that the community still does not realize the gravity of the situation and still thinks and plays the "positive attitude" game on their own lives.

    Hello - economy is tanking and right now, we cannot see any positive movement in near future.

    Please be prepared to protect yourself from job layoffs and immigration challenges rather than sitting and playing the predictions game

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  • Peroneal tendons are two

  • validIV
    03-09 01:09 PM
    During the past year, many preference categories have experienced steady and sometimes rapid cut-off date movement. Such action is normally followed by an increase in applicant demand. Heavy applicant demand for numbers in some categories could require cut-off date movements to slow, stop, or even retrogress at some point during the remainder of FY in order to hold visa use within the applicable annual numerical limits. Should such action occur, it would most likely be only temporary in nature, pending the start of the new fiscal year in October.

    Looks like EB3 Philippines and ROW is stuck at 03 till October. gg retrogression.

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  • tendons (red) of the foot

  • abcdefgh
    01-18 12:27 PM

    This is what I found from other web site when I tried to get more membership to IV. These are the comments I received for the IV. How can we make people aware of our good faith effort. This is another road block we are facing. Many people will not believe that our efforts in full good faith. IV needs to put more emphasis on these issues also.

    Just opinions.


    12-20 08:53 PM
    Phew! I didn't know that I was out of status for an year. As I dig deep, I came to know how much trouble I am in now. If hope and pray that I wouldn't receive any RFE at the time when IO review my application. I didn't had any problem till now.

    Again, you were not of status. Do not worry, nobody will ask you for 6-7 years of paystubs :)

    01-18 11:45 PM
    off topic. Since you went to get yout visa stamped, was there any dealy due to the new PIMS verification system?

    Which consulate did u goto? Was this renewal of your H1b stamping? How long did it take for you to get the passport back?


    Well, this is NOT a cooked up story. This happened to me yesterday at Harlingen (HRL) Texas airport.

    On January 16, 2008, I went to Mexico for H1-B visa stamping at Matamoras US consulate. I got my H1-B visa stamped and returned to Brownville, Texas.

    On January 17, 2008, I was at Harlingen (HRL), Texas airport for my final destination.

    One of the TSA security personnel�s is in process of verifying my ticket before proceeding to security check. As every one knows, we must present one of the government issued PHOTO-ID to them to clear the security check. I have shown my driver license and he has cleared the security check (name check).

    I was about to proceed further for security screening; mean while, a Police Officer came to me and asked me following questions.

    Sir, are you a US citizen?

    I said, No

    Then, he asked me, can I see your immigration documents.

    I have shown my passport to the police officer.

    He looked at H1-B visa and I-94 and asked me; who do you work for?

    I said my employer�s name.

    Later, he gave me my passport back.


    I have asked the Police Officer few questions

    1. Sir, I�m in domestic traveling, is it mandatory to carry my immigration documents at all times?

    Police Officer said, as per the US LAW, all non-immigrants must carry immigration documents and passport at all times.

    2. What would you have done to me, if I had failed to present my passport?

    Police office said, I could have DEPORTED you.

    3. Sir, it is not possible for any one to carry passport at all times. Could the LAW allow me to carry photo copies of my passport and immigrations documents?

    Police office said, No. Technically, you must carry original documents at all times.

    I would advice you to carry Passport at all times.

    I did not know this until Police Officer told me about this LAW.

    P.S: BTW, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) level is in �ORGANE�.

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