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SanchoPanza
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January 20th, 2018 at 8:27:09 PM permalink
Quote: boymimbo

If it is an F43 Visa, then he came in as a nephew of a US Citizen (brother or sister, the F41's son). his uncle or aunt his sister/brother and their son.

Thank you for clarifying that the chain extends well beyond the immediate family.
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There are no special rules that allowed Ullah's parents to get their green card sooner. Therefore I stand by my statement unless there is other evidence to prove me wrong. I don't consider a 14 year wait a chain.

How can they establish residency without a green card?
boymimbo
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January 20th, 2018 at 11:25:45 PM permalink
Quote: SanchoPanza

Thank you for clarifying that the chain extends well beyond the immediate family.
How can they establish residency without a green card?



Yes, a chain exists. You can sponsor your brother or sister and their family. The process takes at least 14 years. It's not a particularly effective chain if you wanted to emigrate terrorist groups.

I have residency. I don't have a green card. I hold an employment based Visa which expires in March. I will be extending it for a year in March and then getting my LPR via marriage to a US citizen.

They cannot establish residency without a green card.
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bobbartop
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January 23rd, 2018 at 8:15:15 PM permalink
I saw a message today on Twitter from Sen. Rand Paul. He was talking, of course, about the shutdown. First, he explained that last year's deficit was about $800 billion, and this year's looks to surpass a trillion. The entire debt, as everyone should know, is over $20 trillion. Anyway, he explained that when we have these shutdowns that they follow them up with a funding bill that lumps everything together. He wants to introduce a bill that would punish Congress for doing this. It would require that if there is shutdown, the new law would mandate a 1% reduction in spending. As always, the problem is spending. But he thinks a mandatory spending reduction required would prevent Congress from continuously taking us through the shutdown mess.

I am anxious to hear the debate when and if this bill goes to the floor. Anxious to see who would oppose it, and why.
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January 24th, 2018 at 9:14:11 AM permalink
https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2018/01/24/starbucks-boosts-worker-pay-gives-bonuses-after-trump-tax-cut/1060883001/

Iím so sick of the rich getting all the benefits of these tax cuts. Another conservative company doing something for their workers. Obviously run by Trump supporters looking for favors.

#trickledownneverworks
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January 24th, 2018 at 9:36:52 AM permalink
Once again, I complement any company that increases compensation to its worker and linking it to tax breaks or whatever you want to believe. For SBUX, the tax breaks accelerated a plan that was already in place. And it's very very nice that companies are exercising corporate welfare and not keeping every cent for its shareholders.

As for the deficit, the problem of course is not spending, it's a lack of revenue. CBO estimated that the Trump tax plan is going to cost about 2 trillion over 10 years.

Timing of course helps. With the economy humming along (thank you Obama, too, clap clap clap) unemployment is at an all time low, and the story mentions that competition for even the lowest paying jobs is pushing up wages.

You see, as a lefty, I can be positive too. When will you righties admit that your President isn't perfect either?
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RS
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January 24th, 2018 at 10:11:34 AM permalink
Quote: boymimbo

Once again, I complement any company that increases compensation to its worker and linking it to tax breaks or whatever you want to believe. For SBUX, the tax breaks accelerated a plan that was already in place. And it's very very nice that companies are exercising corporate welfare and not keeping every cent for its shareholders.

As for the deficit, the problem of course is not spending, it's a lack of revenue. CBO estimated that the Trump tax plan is going to cost about 2 trillion over 10 years.

Timing of course helps. With the economy humming along (thank you Obama, too, clap clap clap) unemployment is at an all time low, and the story mentions that competition for even the lowest paying jobs is pushing up wages.

You see, as a lefty, I can be positive too. When will you righties admit that your President isn't perfect either?


IOW: Obama is to thank for this, not Trump. Is that what you're saying?

And that Trump is not your president but our (not inclusive) president?
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TigerWu
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January 24th, 2018 at 10:17:50 AM permalink
Save those bonuses, guys... you'll need the money for when they raise taxes on goods imported from Mexico to pay for that wall.
bobbartop
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January 24th, 2018 at 12:53:50 PM permalink
Quote: Boz



Another conservative company ...




Conservative? lol

Are there two Starbucks? One on the other side of the Sun that we never get to see?
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Steverinos
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January 24th, 2018 at 12:54:38 PM permalink
Interesting read. Trump and the republicans, after spreading rumors of its damaging contents, have a DUTY to release the memo along with ALL the accompanying evidence that proves its assertions. Failure to do so will speak volumes about their motives.

https://theintercept.com/2018/01/19/republicans-have-four-easy-ways-to-releasethememo-and-the-evidence-for-it-not-doing-so-will-prove-them-to-be-shameless-frauds/
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January 24th, 2018 at 1:00:41 PM permalink
Quote: bobbartop

Conservative? lol

Are there two Starbucks? One on the other side of the Sun that we never get to see?


That post wasn't being sarcastic at all, oh no, it sure wasn't. Nope nope nope! No sarcasm there.
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