Immigration News and Updates - page 15

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  1. by   karolina
    hi lawrence,
    do y know when they are going to disccuss schedule A next time?
    they are moving like turtles.. right?
  2. by   suzanne4
    Quote from karolina
    hi lawrence,
    do y know when they are going to disccuss schedule A next time?
    they are moving like turtles.. right?
    No one has any idea if anything will be under Schedule A or another title when the visa open up.

    They are not discussing Schedule A as it does not exist anymore. There are discussions going on continuously behind the scenes, but until they actually get submitted as a bill and get passed or two different things.

    Do not expect anything to open up until this summer at the very earliest.
  3. by   bettyboop


    Still ever the optimist keeping my fingers crossed for an early resolution
  4. by   lawrence01
    please refer to post # 135.
  5. by   vermountindia
    a daunting immigration equation
    politics could doom systemic reform
    by angie c. marek
    posted 4/15/07
    when he appeared in yuma, ariz., last week to deliver an endorsement of "comprehensive immigration reform"-shorthand for a border-security bill with a guest-worker program-president george w. bush said he thought "the atmosphere up there [in washington] is good right now" for such a bill. the sunny statement matched the arizona morning, but it may not reflect the current reality.

    this story appears in the april 23, 2007 print edition of u.s. news & world report.

    edited for violations of us copyright law.

    link only and one or two sentences from the article.
    Last edit by suzanne4 on Apr 17, '07
  6. by   mpoova
    :spin: waiting for lifting the retrogression, it is interesting to read retro-related news articles.

    if you find such news articles, updates and developments, please post in this thread..

    pls search the link below

    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?sec...cal&id=5213617


    perfect storm" of nursing shortage


    [color=#7b8694]april 16, 2007 (la crosse, wis.) - a la crosse health care administrator calls it a "perfect storm" of a nursing shortage.

    more nurses will be retiring over the next few years, the demand for nursing care will be even greater and there are fewer instructors to teach nursing students.
    diane holmay is vice president of nursing at franciscan skemp. she says the combination means plenty of nursing vacancies.
    holmay says the shortage is leading to an increase in wages and better career opportunities. a study by the american heart association says there are more than 118-thousand openings for registered nurses nationwide in 2006.

    search the link below..




    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?sec...cal&id=5213617
  7. by   vermountindia
    Hi All,
    Let us all pray for Good News....
    Read the link below and stay in prayers...

    http://hammondlawgroup.blogspot.com/

    Rgds
  8. by   vermountindia
    Another link you may be interested...

    http://www.nydailynews.com/boroughs/...s_boost-6.html

    Rgds
  9. by   Gordon73
    Hi everybody,
    another news here: http://www.csmonitor.com/2007/0313/p01s01-uspo.html
  10. by   tetitto
    Quote from gordon73

    i think it is outdated from the march 13, 2007 edition . i believe no fresh news so far.
  11. by   suzanne4
    Quote from tetitto
    i think it is outdated from the march 13, 2007 edition . i believe no fresh news so far.
    you are very correct on this. there has not been one piece of material that has come out from the us government. anything else, and it is strictly one person's or one office's opinion. until it is official from the us state dept, then it means nothing.

    items are getting published on a daily basis, and if you notice not one thing has been definite in anything.

    there is no official word in any form that has come out.

    and i truly understand that everyone is quite nervous and anxious, but when i see attorney offices' blogs that are stating that they are sure that such and such is going to happen next, and then the time passes and nothing is done. or an agency promising a facility that they will have nurses for them in february, 2008 and they guarantee that they will be starting work by then, i start to get a little disappointed in them, and so should you. all of it is heresay, and there is not one agency that has the inside scoop, or even an attorney's office that does. until the us government issues a statement, it is just talk and is not going anywhere.

    please take a close look at what you are posting links to. most of it is old information and is not even current.
    Last edit by suzanne4 on Apr 20, '07
  12. by   suzanne4
    Right now, there are few more pressing issues at hand that the US government needs to deal with.

    1. Horrific murder committed this week at a university very close to Washington D.C. And the shooter was a green card holder. And a green card holder that has been in the US for more than 15 years with just that, and not a citizen.

    2. Attorney General of the US being investigated at this moment in front of Congress and the Justice Dept.

    These things are taking priority.
  13. by   vermountindia
    Quote from suzanne4
    Right now, there are few more pressing issues at hand that the US government needs to deal with.

    1. Horrific murder committed this week at a university very close to Washington D.C. And the shooter was a green card holder. And a green card holder that has been in the US for more than 15 years with just that, and not a citizen.

    2. Attorney General of the US being investigated at this moment in front of Congress and the Justice Dept.

    These things are taking priority.
    In my opinion,The shooting incedent was an individual incident and that has nothing to do with green card or citizenship. That persone has kind of phsychological problems and he committed that crime. It is not his green card or citizenship made him to do it. Any of you think,i n America, people with green card only commit these kind of crimes..? Lots of shooting incidents took place in US recently; all of them by green card holder..? When a persone commit a crime, it is not his citizenship or immigration status made him to do the crime, but his mental/phsychological mood make him to do the crime....
    Thats what I feel....Why mixing it with green card...?
    Rgds

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