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dealsnet
12-05-2008, 05:43 PM
Green card will be giving for the people can help USA by serving army as doctors, nurses, transilators etc. Requirement is 2 year legal stay in USA.
See the link.http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081205/ap_on_go_ca_st_pe/military_recruiting

kevinkris
12-05-2008, 06:20 PM
You are too fast ;-)

This looks good..

Green card will be giving for the people can help USA by serving army as doctors, nurses, transilators etc. Requirement is 2 year legal stay in USA.
See the link.http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081205/ap_on_go_ca_st_pe/military_recruiting

insbaby
12-05-2008, 06:26 PM
I bet they won't let a VB programmer in!!!

satyasaich
12-05-2008, 06:38 PM
Since lot of baby boomers are set to retire, any thing can happen.
Someday they (means all of the anti - immgt minds, lou doggs, ron hiras etc) have to admit the reality that this country needs skilled workers and justice is delayed for employment based immgiration
I know the fact for some years that there are so many IT consulting jobs begging to be filled, but never. Because there is a restriction that only citizens are allowed to apply for those. Where i live in US, i see boeing and Northrup Grummen ads for years, same repeating and begging for "citizens" to apply but never gets applicants.
I bet they won't let a VB programmer in!!!

pappu
12-05-2008, 10:36 PM
I bet they won't let a VB programmer in!!!

You mean Visa Bulletin programmer?

lacrossegc
12-05-2008, 10:49 PM
You mean Visa Bulletin programmer?

Hillarious !! you the man pappu !:eek:

hopefulgc
12-05-2008, 10:54 PM
sorry that job is taken.... a monkey does it already.. what are u gonna replace him?


You mean Visa Bulletin programmer?

laksmi
12-06-2008, 12:09 PM
I went to red cross once to donate blood once but they refused to take since i am an immigrant who have not completed 5 years in USA so they may not take us.

ashneels2001
12-06-2008, 12:14 PM
In thi case you can only get GC if you remain alive while serving the US Army. Remember they want to put you in front of the enemy first before they pu their citizens.

angelfire76
12-06-2008, 02:19 PM
The only language indigenous to India on the list of translators seems to be Punjabi. As far as I know the place where they might place you would be in NWFP in Pakistan. Do you really want a green card at that cost? :rolleyes:

jchan
12-08-2008, 01:15 PM
In thi case you can only get GC if you remain alive while serving the US Army. Remember they want to put you in front of the enemy first before they pu their citizens.

If you die you will get citizen directly, not a bad deal is it? :D

gcnotfiledyet
02-24-2009, 04:37 PM
I recently heard that during WWII US gave citizenship to soldiers from Phillipines to fight against Japan. Once the war was over it stripped citizenship of those soldiers (250,000 soldiers). US did not even compensate those soldiers with money. These soldiers recently got compensation from stimulus package to the amount of 15k/person for the work they did in 1940s.

So beware to sign up for this program. Especially with military, they can chose what is confidential/matter of national security etc and not let you go in court, while you are outside fighting in Pakistan.

texcan
02-24-2009, 05:27 PM
I went to red cross once to donate blood once but they refused to take since i am an immigrant who have not completed 5 years in USA so they may not take us.


i have given blood probably 10-12 times.
Red Cross may not have taken you blood for other reasons not because you are an immigrant , one major reason to deny blood donation is travel
outside US to a country that still has widesspread malaria.
India and most Southeast asian coutries among such countries is one such issues.

Please dont spread incorrect information.
I have volunteered in sports event, donated blood, build houses as volunteer and have been part of volunteer trail maintainance.....and i am an immigrant.

This country is one of the most independent and free countries on face of earth.

gcnotfiledyet
02-24-2009, 05:35 PM
i have given blood probably 10-12 times.
Red Cross may not have taken you blood for other reasons not because you are an immigrant , one major reason to deny blood donation is travel
outside US to a country that still has widesspread malaria.
India and most Southeast asian coutries among such countries is one such issues.

Please dont spread incorrect information.
I have volunteered in sports event, donated blood, build houses as volunteer and have been part of volunteer trail maintainance.....and i am an immigrant.

This country is one of the most independent and free countries on face of earth.

Texcan,

There are lot of places which will not take blood if you have not stayed here for 5years. It generally takes 5years for any antigens to get out of system. So some places have rule of thumb for 5years. Now when you are immigrant from India, it is taken for granted to question your length of stay.

There are lot of places which will accept blood from everybody for lack of donors and do their own screenings. It depends on funding/urgent need. I am sure there was no intention of denial based on immigration status/race.