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  1. ieestlane
    Yesterday 01:46 AM
    ieestlane
    Wow - that would be great! Hope the best...
  2. ieestlane
    07-26-2016 02:42 PM
    ieestlane
    Hello man!

    I hope you're doing great!

    I made one step closer to my dreams - I graduated Political Science at masters


    Also I have one question - I have searched immigrant visas for migration to USA and found this information:

    Employment Second Preference (E2): Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees and Persons of Exceptional Ability

    A Second Preference applicant must generally have a labor certification approved by the Department of Labor. A job offer is required and the U.S. employer must file an Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker, Form I-140, on behalf of the applicant. Applicants may apply for an exemption, known as a National Interest Waiver, from the job offer and labor certification if the exemption would be in the national interest. In this case, the applicant may self-petition by filing the Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker, Form I-140, along with evidence of the national interest. Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees and Persons of Exceptional Ability receive 28.6 percent of the yearly worldwide limit of employment-based immigrant visas, plus any unused visas from the Employment First Preference category.

    There are two subgroups within this category:

    Professionals holding an advanced degree (beyond a baccalaureate degree), or a baccalaureate degree and at least five years progressive experience in the profession.
    Persons with exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business. Exceptional ability means having a degree of expertise significantly above that ordinarily encountered in the sciences, arts, or business.

    I guess I fit into the "professionals holding an advanced degree". But do you understand what is sayed at the long text above it? What labor certification do I have to have approved by Department of Labour? And could the job offer be other area than my degree? What do you find more out of this text - is there any other criteria s?


    OK - that's all. Thank you for your time
  3. Dung
    07-18-2016 05:36 AM
    Dung commented on Was fukishima really an 'accident'?
    LOL
  4. Underachiever
  5. Underachiever
    As a Jew (more by heritage, not so much by observation) from a wealthy extended family, I agree with this statement. Wealthy Jews are typically more into philanthropy than opulence, but you know, jet fuel doesn't melt steal beams, chemtrails, 9/11 was an inside job, rah rah rah! I don't think conspiracy theories deserve a real response.
  6. doll
    06-24-2016 01:37 PM
    doll commented on BREXIT lost. UK remains
    lol
  7. Clueless
    06-15-2016 05:04 PM
    Clueless
    I've never seen anyone who likes kool-aid more than you. I shit you not.
  8. CerealElm
    06-09-2016 08:57 PM
    CerealElm
    You must be one of those guys who uses a shoe horn for a butt scratcher.
  9. Underachiever
    But Dogg, million is a big number, and everyone knows big numbers are scary!!!
  10. wolkenkraetzer
    This should *NOT* be surprising, since it is related to the *cough* Shock! Shock! *cough* of the Republican Elite, now that Mr. Trump is the presumed standard bearer of their party. How could such things be happening?!?!?
  11. Monte314
    This is very cool. Thanks!
  12. Dung
    05-12-2016 10:19 AM
    Dung
    You see, it's too simple to hold much ground.
    If anything it doesn't fix the problem. I'd contend that it actually exacerbates racism and communitarianism whereas there would be less if people could compete on an equal basis.

    The counter measure to me would be acknowledging that better education, not race or culture entitlement, is the core issue. Affirmative action creates more artificial divide than it solves a problem. It enables people to believe they are entitled to something not on merit, but because they belong to a community that suffered from unfair treatment (even for individuals from that particular community who didn't).

    But in time every community suffers from unfair treatment, so that argument is moot. Today's majority is tomorrow's minority. That's why investing in education is a better stance against discrimination. The less ignorant people you have, the less will relate to populism and racist warmongers. When the concept of race is dealt with by informed people, it tends to fall apart.

    Affirmative action, on the other hand, fuels frustration and imaginary grief for many. Calling it positive discrimination only adds linguistic insult to cultural injury.
  13. Dung
    You can get all emotional about it, but the fact that positive discrimination is hypocritical bullshit stands.
  14. Zsych
    05-07-2016 06:40 PM
    Zsych commented on Elon Musk
    lol
  15. wolkenkraetzer
    04-27-2016 07:52 AM
    wolkenkraetzer
    You might like this story and links:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/27/op...ol-left-region

    Interesting stuff...
  16. Underachiever
    You couldn't tell that I was joking? It was a parody of what's surely to come in the morning, once the Republicans wake up, lol.
  17. wolkenkraetzer
    04-24-2016 07:07 PM
    wolkenkraetzer
    just an FYI:

    http://www.nytimes.com/politics/firs...llary-clinton/

    That'll probably throw your equilibrium out for a bit--or is a fantastic smoke-and-mirrors gambit.
  18. Distance
    Would you mind fixing the title typo from money to monkey?
  19. Mattandsuch
    04-22-2016 03:39 PM
    Mattandsuch commented on Sea of Green
    Lol was only kidding dogg
  20. Underachiever

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