This is a discussion by Rajiv regarding the complaint filed by a U.S Citizen against Infosys for National Origin Discrimination. The essence of the complaint is that infosys discriminates in hiring against persons who are not of South Asian descent.
The August Visa Bulletin http://www.immigration.com/visa-bulletin shows good priority dates movement:
. India EB-2 advances from 2004 to 2008
. According to the visa bulletin there is a positive move for both spouses and children of permanent residents. Family-Based 2A category will be current for all countries as of August 1st.
. Green card holders and their spouses residing legally in the US should be able to file their I-485 packets in August
Updated 10th July 2013 at 08:58 AM by Rajiv S. Khanna
I am reporting here comments from and my responses to a member of our community, "Julissa," regarding whether or how she could apply for a green card herself if she has a Master's degree. Do note, if a set of new immigration laws gets passed, all this could change. To keep track of developments in the pending immigration law reform, follow this link: http://www.immigration.com/comprehen...on-reform-2013
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Updated 7th July 2013 at 07:41 AM by Rajiv S. Khanna
On Yoga of Action -- Karmayoga
Good, practical advice IMHO
No beggar whom we have helped has ever owed a single cent to us; we owe everything to him, because he has allowed us to exercise our charity on him. It is entirely wrong to think that we have done, or can do, good to the world, or to think that we have helped such and such people. It is a foolish thought, and all foolish thoughts bring misery. We think that we have helped some man and expect him to thank us, and because