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    Hey Polaris, morning...I woke up early today, cannot sleep, arghhhh I need a job. But I have to wait for my EAD. Grrrrrrrrrrrr

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    Hey Polaris, morning...I woke up early today, cannot sleep, arghhhh I need a job. But I have to wait for my EAD. Grrrrrrrrrrrr

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    • #3
      Hiya,

      Ummmmm, good morning, whoever you are. Best of luck with the EAD.

      Polaris_x

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        xx=hijra=Polaris_x=Sammy

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        • #5
          With EAD, without EAD, you could work, if you wanted to.

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            Here in Southern California, we live in a world of immigrants, both legal and illegal. We see illegals every day, on the street corners of Orange County seeking construction work; in the homes as house cleaners and on the lawns of Newport Beach, trimming and mowing; in the fields of Irvine, performing stoop labor, jobs Americans do not want, or at least do not want at the wages, and with the lack of benefits, illegals receive. But do we really see these illegals as people - fathers, sons, brothers, mothers, daughters, sisters and grandparents? Those of us fortunate enough to have been born in the US can easily take a smug attitude toward immigration and especially toward those who have come to the US illegally, as economic refugees from the Southern Border, seeking wages for an honest day's work; a life unavailable to them, and opportunities they cannot achieve, in their countries of birth. It is easy to brand these people as law breakers and scoff laws, people to be held to a lesser level of respect. But it is not these people who are to blame. It is the leaders of the governments who have over decades, in fact, centuries, not provided their countries with the leadership needed to insure success, while at the same time becoming some of the wealthiest people in the world. As an immigration lawyer, I am asked on a weekly basis, by immigration hopefuls from around the world, "Why can't I get immigration benefits, when all these illegals are here working?", hostility frothing from their tone of frustration. A naive question, which I answer with a statement of truth and another question, "You can stay illegally. Would you like to be an illegal alien?" Regardless of the arguments pro or contra on the issues of US immigration, 245(i), guest worker programs or outright amnesty for law breakers, the reality is that while the economic scales between the US and all of its neighbors to the South remain so abysmally disparate, we will continue to see economic refugees, willing to risk all for the promise of a better life, coming accross the border, no matter how high we build the wall or how many Border Patrol or vigilantes patrol the fine line in the sand in the southern desert that defines where America begins and the rest of the world ends. But is the life an illegal alien finds in the US really better than the life he or she left behind, or is it just another set of hardships? David D. Murray, Esq. Newport Beach, CA

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              EAD

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              • #8
                I'm not going to jeorpady my life over here. I prefer to wait for a month rather than being deported and bar to come to US and to stay with my husband . And no company want to take Executive Secretary without EAD.

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                • #9
                  Executive Secretary? Being a foreigner? Who's this executive? A recently-imported one from India?

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                  • #10
                    Hello, there are a lot of illegals in our country, working all over. The truth is, we live in a capitalist society, i.e. we are all governed by the rules of supply and demand. If you are the owner of a corporation and need a computer specialist , for example , then you can hire an Indian (any nationality) empoyee and sponsor them and thier family to come to the US. Is it fair to the Americans, who cannot get an education in the US to be able to compete in this society, probably not. And it't not an Indian citizen's fault, this is the way this society works, it's the system's fault.

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                    • #11
                      Okay.

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                        What do you mean Guessy? Yes, I worked as an Executive Secretary in my home country and qualified for that, I even got few offers from companies here But I cannot start until I have my EAD and SS#).

                        I believe so many others immigrants also qualified in the professional fields. So when someone hear 'immigrants' doesn't mean we're just do works that someone mentioned here. Whatever these ppl do still an honour to them, no matter what they do, at least they are working rather than stealing and doing drugs, that means they wanted to have better life and they are not ashamed to do so.

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                        • #13
                          Okay.

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