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  • spdy_mn
    06-29 06:15 PM
    Nothing will happen. The dates will be retrogresses on Monday. May be we will see 'U' in Visa Bulletin. The AILA will try to pursue DOS and USICS but they will politely say "sorry for the trouble" This will lead to the law suit. Some people will submit their resignation. In the next year you will see those at some higher post somewhere.

    Wow. We are living in the great country built by Immigrants were there is no value of Immigrant. For undocumented immigrants, there are senators to help them. For rich people, they have money so don't have to do anything. For middle class immigrant like you and me IV forum is there to show our frustration.

    I am now seriously thinking of going back to my home country were I would be considered moron who came back from US.


    This is nothing new, things like this happen in almost all parts of the world. Remember Enron, one fine morning thousands of people found that their life savings or retirment savings got wiped out clean with nothing to fall back on. Same could be said of about a lot of dot com millionaires. Life is very very unfair, what other explanation do we have other than that.





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  • MahaBharatGC
    01-30 02:48 PM
    There are 3 kind of jobs -
    1. Jobs that require active security clearance - this kind of job is only limited to US citizen that have security clearance of that level. Yes, tehre are different levels in security clearance as well.
    2. Jobs that will be in unit where everyone must be US citizen. These kind of jobs can be filled by US citizen without the need of any security clearance.
    3. Jobs that are open for everyone - One must have active work authorization.

    The vast majority of the jobs are of type #3. In any case, if job requires US citizen, the hiring place must be able to answer why that job is restricted to US citizens only.


    _________________________
    US citizen of Indian origin
    Not a legal advice

    Let me share my wife's bitter experience. She told the employer about EAD. She got interview thrice and selected. Offer letter came and they mentioned that it is only allowed after the security clearance such as NAT.
    Employment verification was success.
    Then when they sent papers to NAT clearance they rejected immediately as for NAT clearance one must be Green Card holder atleast.
    The HR department mentioned sorry for their confusion as they themselves completely do not understand the whole thing.
    So, any security clearance jobs for Govt/Military/AirForce dont waste your time if you are EAD holder.





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  • DreamGC
    09-10 09:30 AM
    I called the following Representatives and left a message for all of them.

    Lamar S. Smith, Texas (202) 225-4236 Left Message
    Jim Sensenbrenner, Wisconsin (202) 225-5101 Left Message
    Howard Coble, North Carolina (202) 225-3065 Left Message
    Elton Gallegly, California (202) 225-5811 Left Message
    Bob Goodlatte, Virginia (202) 225-5431 Left Message
    Steve Chabot, Ohio (202) 225-2216 Left Message
    Dan Lungren, California (202) 225-5716 Left Message
    Chris Cannon, Utah (202) 225-7751 Left Message
    Ric Keller, Florida (202) 225-2176 Left Message
    Darrell Issa, California (202) 225-3906 Left Message
    Mike Pence, Indiana (202) 225-3021 Left Message
    Randy Forbes, Virginia (202) 225-6365 Left Message
    Tom Feeney, Florida (202) 225-2706 Left Message
    Trent Franks, Arizona (202) 225-4576 Left Message
    Louie Gohmert, Texas (202) 225-3035 Left Message
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  • qvadis
    08-22 03:09 AM
    There is no ambiguity in law. The law is clear. One law (and one rule) should yield one interpretation. If someone interperting the languge of law differently; then that is their mistake. Thats what DOS was doing in between 2001 and 2006.

    The law comes actually down to the following two rules:
    (1) horizontal spill if visas available
    (2) vertical spill for visas not required

    The language in (2) is much stronger. A visa number that is still available cannot be required at the same time. So one could argue that DOS is now misinterpreting the law.



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  • sri1309
    09-16 06:49 AM
    5882 is scheduled for 17th.. please call calll.. we just have today..Never forget to mention "Legal".





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  • bvibhu
    01-24 11:43 AM
    Thanks a lot for sharing your pain. What if I wish to travel through Germany/Netherlands/Swiss/France/UAE? on Advance Parole and if my H type visa is not valid anymore?



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  • nkavjs
    09-20 12:37 PM
    Assistant Chief
    Internal Security and Investigative Operations
    USCIS, 111 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
    Suite 7000
    Washington, DC 20529
    or email: USCIS-COMPLAINT@DHS.GOV

    I would appericiate, few more people can send an email.

    I emailed the complaint just now.Thanks for sharing





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  • apb
    10-02 02:45 PM
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  • TNMan
    05-10 09:53 AM
    Thank you for admitting most of what I stated here true. Actually all of what I stated here as “skills” are based on my experience in IT management over the last decade. If you suddenly found my post to be stereo typing, you were blind to the stereotypes propagated in this forum for a long time.


    You are wrong here. Do you know that companies like TCS/INFY/Wipro offer “blended rates” in the range of $20+/hr for keeping over 70% of staff offshore? Client directly benefits here. I have seen hypocritical companies that took tax benefits from local governments like cities and counties (which came at the expense of property taxes paid by residents of those localities) for job creation and then turned around and outsourced the very same jobs that they were supposed to create to TCS/Wipro/INFY etc., often dismissing the existing contractor pool/employees which involved people of all nationalities including H1-b workers like “TN Man” who couldn’t compete with the $30+ rates for the on-shore workers even if something was available from these vendors. Now to dump people at $30/hr rate, even though talent is locally available - like "TN Man", these vendors will abuse H1 and L1 by securing as many of these visas as they can( which were intended to bring the best and the brightest for american companies), causing Bill Gates to advocate for unlimited H1-bs when in reality, what he needs is a few thousand H1-bs which should be available in normal circumstances, had these companies not been poaching those visas.

    So these offshore companies circumvented the prevailing wages through an industrial practice that should be considered “dumping”, where they dumped green-horns for the greedy clients, because the green-horns don’t have to go through any interviews in exchange of the very low rates. In this case, the people dismissed from the company/contractors were a lot more skilled, yet managers like me would be forced to start from scratch with the new pool, often resulting in delays for strategic initiatives at these companies, but the bean counters at the top never care, since their horizon is the next quarterly earning release, not what the company would do 2 years down the line (and some of these companies are the culprits behind financial crisis today with their very myopic thinking, just a sample was illustrated above)

    The only jobs that were created in those localities due to such corporations in exchange for tax credits often were Indian Grocery shops opening in that locality to cater to those folks from offshore vendors. :D BTW, I don't have anything against them, I like Indian food.

    I have worked with companies where I managed a 50+ member team to execute a project which at another company employing local workforce may have been done with a 12-15 person team (I have managed it both ways and hence I know that as a fact). Now the company employing the 50+ member team will often massage the numbers to show that they saved $x differential per person* 50 for the bean counters and would have secured bonuses for the higher ups because of those paper savings.

    Now I think as a result of people like me interacting with US law-makers, they are getting the true picture of the abuse going on with the current processes. I understand many of you here are concerned about your own career and eventually settling in US, but once you become a permanent resident or US Citizen, you are going to face the same realities. I have seen Indian-americans who went through the GC/Citizenship process becoming some of the the fiercest critics of the current system, because (like "TN Man"), their livelihoods also are threatened by the current process. They suddenly understand that it has nothing to do with the so-called "skill" or "talent" shortage, it has everything to do with what your hourly billing rate is.


    Finally your post is sensible and it paints 100% reality. Btw, do you think there will be changes in system. Heck NO. People get used to cheap $*** who can work 22 hours a day including weekends without pay or working $5 an hour. In the name of market rates, they made IT field less respectalbe than the oldest profession!!

    By the way, instead of cribbing and bickering, how do we tell this stark relaity to the law makers? US needs H1 workers who are genuinie (like most the people in this forum). How do we tell them to reform green cards. How do we contact them ? What channels we have? Law makers needs to aware that how screwed is the green card processing and also they need to be aware how shitholes like TCS/INFY/SATYAM/HCL et all killing a decent profession and driving lot of US citizens, GC holders, H1 out of the jobs.





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  • pcs
    06-18 08:16 AM
    Do I have to fill it for my 2 kids ??

    Thanks




    Did not file this form since I prepared all the forms personally. I believe this is only needed if a lawyer files for you.



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  • anotherone
    01-30 03:34 PM
    it was very clear they were willing to hire me if I had a GC in hand





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  • jungalee43
    09-14 03:51 PM
    My colleagues and friends are sending e-mails to Judiciary committee members. I am preparing draft for this mail. I am going to divide this mail into sections. One section describing what H.R. 5882 is (recapture, justice against discriminatory treatment based on country of birth, USCIS efficiency) and another sections would describe what it is not (not amnesty, not an increase in numbers). I want a link to the testimony given by USCIS director in congress confirming the wastage of green cards. Can someone quickly direct me to that link?



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  • Nil
    03-11 04:51 PM
    Thanks a Ton Sri,

    pls compile and i'll follow up.
    Also doing the homework to contact local congressmen & journalists.





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  • nkavjs
    09-20 02:40 PM
    common.. How they can track? though I did sent flowers.. :)

    Well i am writing to everyone for my case. I don't know it will help. But nothing harm in trying...

    I did sign G-38 (whatever that number is) for attorney. Can I still send email from my end to USCIS, congressmen and all the team requesting explanation on my application?
    Thxs



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  • shahuja
    02-08 04:43 AM
    or maybe you could be more unlucky than me !

    embassy got all clearance, issues etc from DOS on jan 25th..and since then VO is still reviewing..

    i read in all the forums that the worst to worst case has the got the visa printed, right next day of receiving clearance from DOS..maybe now i need to get clearance from GB !

    this is heights of pessimism and patience **





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    01-31 09:03 AM
    prashantc,

    congratulations!!



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  • thescadaman
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    I remember your enthusiasm from the Sept 2007 Rally Days. Congratulations!





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  • grupak
    08-21 12:32 PM
    Yes, the same law can be interpreted like this:

    EB1-ROW unused visa will go to EB2-ROW
    EB2-ROW unused visa will go to EB3-ROW

    Same for each country.
    But its not happening. What actually is happening that they are giving unused visa from EB1-ROW to EB2-ROW to EB2-I/C. WHY?

    So EB3-ROW is retrogressed bcoz it doesn't get any spillover and hence it affect EB3-I.

    So where is the correct interpretation? Does any body know?

    Don't take me wrong here. I don't favor EB3-ROW or any particular category. I am EB3-I with PD Nov 2002.

    Suppose Eb1ROW--> EB2 ROW --> EB3 ROW like you say , and EB3 ROW becomes current. Now what?

    Wouldn't the unused EB3 ROW go to EB1 -C/I --> EB2 -C/I--> EB3 -C/I instead of directly EB3 ROW --> EB3 -C/I?

    I think EB2 C/I is the bottleneck.

    No matter what you do, pushing for the recapture bill and removing country ceiling is going to help EB immigrants overall.





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  • optimystic
    03-26 02:10 PM
    Just a silly question popped up in my mind...

    Doesn't DOL have a directive telling employers, they have to try to recruit US Citizens first, and only if they do not find properly qualified US Citizens they can go on to search for people having 'other work authorizations' . Isn't that the whole basis for the approval of our Labor certifications in the first place???

    So can the employers not use that directive as a legal loophole and try to prescreen the candidates and ask them whether they are US Citizens or GC or EAD or H1 and so on... as a hidden ploy to figure out whether you are GC or EAD while externally they can still put on a facade that they are just strictly following the legal directives that DOL has laid out?

    Doesn't this 'Try to hire US Citizens first' policy of DOL in total contradiction with the I9 statement of 'no discrimination based on work authorization' ???? I am a bit confused here :confused:

    If this indeed is a legal loophole that employers/recruiters can use in their favor, then admins please delete this post so that the yet unaware recruiter/employer perusing our forums may not get wind of this deadly legal weapon !! :)





    Macaca
    12-05 04:15 PM
    AMY GOODMAN: In the beginning of the broadcast, we played a clip�

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: �of you talking about various concerns that you have around immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: The last part of that clip�and maybe we can play it again�

    LOU DOBBS: Illegal immigrants, if I may, Amy.

    AMY GOODMAN: Illegal immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Only illegal immigrants.

    AMY GOODMAN: Maybe we can play a last part of this clip that we played, just to go through it again. We�ll see if our folks have that clip ready. And this is the clip that we played in the billboard. It�s�

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I can recall what was said if it�s at all helpful. I said that according to a study�I didn�t use the attribution, but according to a study that Jorge Borjas at Harvard University had completed, that the cost of excess immigration into this country amounts to $200 billion a year in wages, that the cost of incarceration, medical care, social services approximates $50 billion in this country per year. And the reality is that about a third of the crimes that are of those in state prisons�federal prisons, excuse me, federal prisons, are�I�m sorry.

    AMY GOODMAN: Are�?

    LOU DOBBS: Are those who are in this country illegally.

    AMY GOODMAN: Let�s play it.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: And then let�s talk about it.


    Let�s say the number is eleven million, although some studies put the number as high as twenty million illegal aliens in this country. That not only amounts to a shift of six to ten congressional seats among the states based on the population of illegal immigration. The fact is, those illegal aliens are costing our economy $200 billion in depressed wages for working Americans. It is costing $50 billion a year in social and medical costs. And it�s costing us, no one knows precisely how much, to incarcerate what is about a third of our prison population who are illegal aliens.

    AMY GOODMAN: So, Lou, you said a third of the prison population are illegal aliens.

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    AMY GOODMAN: The fact is, it�s something like 6% of prisoners in this country are non-citizens, not even illegal, just non-citizens.

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    AMY GOODMAN: And then a percentage of that would not be documented.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, it�s actually�I think it�s 26% in federal prison.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you said of all prisoners.

    LOU DOBBS: I said about�yes, but I�and I misspoke, without question. I was referring to federal prisoners.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you didn�t say that, and so it leaves people with the impression�

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I didn�t, but then I just explained it to you.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you have a very large audience on CNN.

    LOU DOBBS: I have a very large audience and a very bright audience.

    AMY GOODMAN: And you told them that a third of the population of this country are illegal immigrants. 6% , which is under the population of immigrants�

    LOU DOBBS: 6% , right.

    AMY GOODMAN: �in this country, of prisoners�

    LOU DOBBS: In state prisons.

    AMY GOODMAN: �are immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: In state prisons. In state prisons.

    AMY GOODMAN: No, 6% overall are immigrants. You said 30% are illegal.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I think we�ve established�we could sit here and say this all day, Amy. The fact is, the number is 26% in federal prisons. That�s what I was referring to. I did not�I misspoke when I said �prisons.� I was referring to the federal prisons, because that�s the federal crime: immigration. And that�

    AMY GOODMAN: Have you made a correction on your show to say that 30% of�?

    LOU DOBBS: I�m sure we have. We�ve reported�absolutely.

    AMY GOODMAN: We didn�t see it.

    LOU DOBBS: Do you know how many reports we�ve done on illegal immigration in this country?

    AMY GOODMAN: Yes, many.

    LOU DOBBS: I mean, my god.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Yeah, but I�d like to get into this issue�I mean, aside from the fact that the GAO report�

    LOU DOBBS: Excuse me, just one second.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Sure.

    LOU DOBBS: I mean, what if I were to sit here and just hound you because you said I was anti-immigrant, when I am, point of fact, I�m anti-illegal immigrant, and it�s absolutely a matter of fact. We could quarrel over the terminology, if you want. But why should people of good faith and intelligence sit there and be so absurd about it?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: No, we agree on that. But this is precisely the lumping of illegal or undocumented immigrants and legal immigrants in one category that�s a problem�

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: �because, for instance�

    LOU DOBBS: Right, I agree with you.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: �the total percentage of the non-citizen population of the United States right now is about thirty-five million, 12% of the population.

    LOU DOBBS: Do you know this?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Well, this is Census Bureau�

    LOU DOBBS: I was just�I was just�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Wait, wait, Lou. Let me finish. Let me finish, Lou.

    LOU DOBBS: I have to say, I was laughing about the NIE, because, as you heard Steve Hadley talk about�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Lou, let me finish.

    LOU DOBBS: �high confidence levels in those estimates,�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Right, but let me�

    LOU DOBBS: What do you suppose the confidence level is of the United States government in the number of people in this country illegally, the number of people�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: We�re assuming now�the legal population is pretty well documented, right? But the�

    LOU DOBBS: Documented, undocumented.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: The legal immigrant population is pretty well documented. It�s about twenty-three million. And then you add maybe another eleven to twelve million of the undocumented population, and you get thirty-five million. The point is�my point is this: if 12% of the non-citizen population of the United States�non-citizens comprise 12% of the population. They comprise 6% of the prison population. That suggests to me that crime rates are far lower among non-citizen immigrants�legal and illegal�than they are among the general population of the United States.

    LOU DOBBS: Can I ask you a question?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: You have raised the issue of crime�you�ve raised the issue of crime in relationship to immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, silly me, silly me. MS-13, all sorts of gangs. You know, the fact that Mexico is the largest source of methamphetamines, heroin, cocaine, marijuana entering the United States. Silly me for bringing up crack.

    AMY GOODMAN: But, Lou�

    LOU DOBBS: But may I ask you a question?

    AMY GOODMAN: I think you agree�

    LOU DOBBS: May I ask this question�

    AMY GOODMAN: I think you would agree�

    LOU DOBBS: May I ask this question�

    AMY GOODMAN: �that facts matter.

    LOU DOBBS: Of course, they do. Absolutely.

    AMY GOODMAN: And so�

    LOU DOBBS: I am an empericist to the bone.

    AMY GOODMAN: And so, if 6% of prisoners are immigrants�documented and undocumented�and you said 30% of prisoners, a third of the population of prisons in this country, are prisoners, it conveys a very different sense.

    LOU DOBBS: Different meaning.

    AMY GOODMAN: And as you�ve pointed out�

    LOU DOBBS: I agree.

    AMY GOODMAN: �you�ve done hundreds of shows on these issues.

    LOU DOBBS: More than that. More like thousands.

    AMY GOODMAN: And that reinforces the feeling that people have, who watch the show�

    LOU DOBBS: So, your point is?

    AMY GOODMAN: �either they believe you or�either they don�t believe you, or they believe you and are being fed wrong information.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I don�t�you know, I think it�s important for all of us, because, as you say, I�m�we�re all interested in the facts. So let me ask both of you, please, a question that seeks a fact: Does the United States government and do state governments inquire of their prisoners as to whether they are legal or illegal, and can they under the law? Or are these estimates that we�re talking about?

    AMY GOODMAN: Well, if the government doesn�t know, how do you know?

    LOU DOBBS: No, that�s as straightforward question.

    AMY GOODMAN: How do you know?

    LOU DOBBS: Well, because in the federal prisons, they are permitted to make a decision as to whether or not they can ask if they�re citizens or non-citizens, but cannot ask if they�re legal or illegal. So it is, at best, a projection. When Juan says eleven million to twelve million illegal aliens, you and I both know that the Bear Stearns study suggests twenty million people. There is no one in this country today�that�s why I referred to the National Intelligence�

    AMY GOODMAN: And the Bear Stearns study has been critiqued over and over again�

    LOU DOBBS: By whom?

    AMY GOODMAN: �by the top economists.

    LOU DOBBS: Oh, come on!

    AMY GOODMAN: Bear Stearns study, saying it is wildly exaggerated, that their�

    LOU DOBBS: The National Intelligence Estimate is closer probably on Iran today than it is on the makeup of the US population today. I mean, if you want to talk about this nonsense, I mean, that�s what it is.

    AMY GOODMAN: Let�s go to break, and we�ll come back.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: Our guest is Lou Dobbs. He is the well-known anchor of CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight and has written a new book called Independents Day. We�ll be back with him in a minute.

    [break]





    nk2006
    11-07 09:35 AM
    Sending my letters this evening. finished everything moments ago..

    friends: This is the time to act. I havent yet used AC21 but god forbid if I have to use it in this economy I dont want to be in this mess.

    Sorry for the folks who received denials and hope we come out this together..

    Thanks laborchic.

    Yes this has the potential to affect everyone - look at today's main news - 240k more jobs are lost and prediction that economy can get much more worse. The last thing we want in these times is another GC/visa related issue at back of our minds. This is the time to act before its too late.



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