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  • I miss attachments capabilities

    While it is good that the members can add link to a post, I miss being able to attach a file. I understand that a size limit would be required and could be a small limit but to do away with that option completely is disheartening.

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    Joe, what kind of attachments? PDF? .Doc, .xl??? Also, what file size do we need? Give me some details.
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      Originally posted by Rajiv S. Khanna View Post
      Joe, what kind of attachments? PDF? .Doc, .xl??? Also, what file size do we need? Give me some details.
      Rajiv,

      I post a great many items at http://www.slideshare.net/BigJoe5 and publish a ton of articles in Immigration Daily (45 articles since March 2011 and counting). Sometimes somebody posts a question for which I already have full explanation or helpful tools ready made. I used to be able to offer up such items very rapidly as an attachment (pdf or word doc usually, sometimes a ppt). It could be a single page or a dozen or so (depending on various considerations and the topic) file memory size varies (a few KB to several MB??). If I have to dig through my posted items to get a link (I would cut and paste from my browser), it may be too much of a hassle, so I don't bother answering. [I have over 400 items posted and more at another site so it is a hassle especially when there is a rash of folks asking the same thing over and over again.]

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        Joe, on principle, other than the hard drive space documents take on our servers, I have no objection to attachments. But, we as lawyers, have to look at several other aspects of postings (including assisting unauthorized practice of law -- and I am not insinuating that is an issue; I will have to review your posts to assess that). While we are not responsible for postings in the forums and their content, I have to give this matter some thought. If By the end of May, you have not heard from me about this, feel free to remind me.
        Rajiv S. Khanna; Law Offices of Rajiv S. Khanna, PC - Your Host
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        I am a lawyer. We practice US immigration law with sharp focus on employment/business immigration and complex immigration matters and related federal court litigation. I know a lot about my area of practice, but I do not know everything. Use common sense. There is no way anyone can give accurate legal advice without a detailed review of facts in each case. My comments in the forums do not create an attorney-client relationship. Do let me know how to make things better by posting relevant suggestions here:
        http://boards.immigration.com/forumdisplay.php?f=13

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