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mbartosik
01-28-2008, 09:11 PM
URGENT ACTION ITEM
I've asked this of narrower groups, and no luck so far.
Tomorrow, Tuesday is the last day for this, Wednesday at the outside.
If you are in MI and have an immigration attorney in MI then call him/her ASAP. Ask if they know any motor company or big corporate executives here on visas. If they do we would like one to testify on Thursday. If not testify then at least add name to a list of executives.

Alternatively, if anyone in big motor company knows of foreign executive, either email me contact details, or ask them yourself, if I ask there is no come back on you. For just create a list of foreign executives and give to me with their job titles, and even phone numbers.

We have a plan and we have a chance of getting bill 962 revised.

My contact: mark at immigrationvoice.org
my phone 631 233 6830

DO NOT post details here!

santb1975
01-28-2008, 11:45 PM
^^^

ram_ram
01-28-2008, 11:50 PM
My friend SS moved to Detroit, recently from Singapore on a H1-B Visa valid until Sep 2009. He is a product owner in a multi national company there. SS moved here and could bag 2 offers based on his Vast experience and Extraordinary skills. One in Detroit, Michigan, the other in OKC. He wanted to take the offer in MI. He gave a driving skills test before Jan 22, got a TIP(Temporary Permit), joined in a driving school to learn/practise driving. As per his TIP, he is eligible to give a driving test on or after Jan 25 2008. He gave the road test succesfully. The SOS denied to give him a license since he does not have a Green Card. All his money and time for driving classes is waste. He could not drive to work if he lived in MI. Govt does not provide any good public transportation. He did not want to fight more and waste his time with SOS reps. He moved over to OKC to take his second job offer. There is no such foolish rule yet in OKC that denies Driving license to LEGAL NON-IMMIGRANT WORKERS & LEGAL STUDENTS. Michigan lost another job. This law is not good for a state already in recession and a state with unemployment rate much greater than the national average. We ask the Governor and SOS to focus on more important economic woes of the state than brain less interpretations of the laws.