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Q: Why have some immigration acts, directives, and statutes become obsolete?|
A: Technology, advanced skills and knowledge have made various immigration acts, directives, and statutes obsolete.
Here is an example.
In 2000, it was impossible to educate students in America, while being in Asia.
In 2000, it was impossible to educate students in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Australia, while being in America.
In 2010, it is possible for students in America to be educated from Asia.
In 2010, it is possible for students in Asia, Africa, Latin America, or Australia to be educated from America.
Take a look at www.qureshiuniversity.com and www.humanservicesglobe.com.
Do they need 1-20 visa or student's visa?
Can this be done without moving away from the region?
Does this prove that existing immigration acts, directives, statute have become obsolete?
A: Before 1990, people used to get workers from other regions or abroad, ranging from English teachers, principals, English editing services, computer programmers, and various other workers. Nowadays, work can be performed through the Internet from another state or region of the world.
Is work or employment visa applicable to this scenario?
No. In this scenario, remuneration can be an issue.
If the people don't know answers to these questions,
What is a good human character?
What is a good human behavior?
What are the rights of a civilized human being?
Who is a civilized human being?
How do you define a civilized human being?
Do such citizenship or nationalities deserve to be recognized?
Do we need to have nationalities or citizenship?
Why do we need to have nationalities or citizenship?
A resident of state makes sense, keeping in mind the economy and annual budget considerations.
Is holding passport of an entity justified if the passport issuing entity, those claiming to be a passport regulatory entity, and those affiliated with them do not know correct answers and practice good character, good behavior, rights, economy, and budget?
Tuesday, July 27, 2010 |
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
P.O. Box 3616
Chicago, IL 60690-3616
Dear Sir or Madam:
I would like to know if you consider these a need, existing concepts, or reformative concepts.
Continents and terms like America, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Latin America, cannot be ignored. States and terms like state of Illinois, Kashmir(J&K), Maharashtra, and Karnataka cannot be ignored. Once a person moves from one region to another around the world, destination address, state, continent, or region is essential.
Is there a need for a United States of the World?
What will United States of the World look like?
Is there a need for United Continents of the World?
What will United Continents of the World look like?
What needs to be done for systems integration?
Do you consider these a need, existing concepts, or reformative concepts?
What should you do in case a form does not fulfill completely or partially the purpose of issues or claims?
Additional documents need to be enclosed.
What is the e-mail, mailing address, telephone, and fax number of immigration offices in your state?
Should the e-mail, mailing address, telephone, and fax number of immigration offices be available publicly in every state?
Yes, they should be.
Is there already an option of travel document?
Yes, there is.
|What should be the skills and knowledge of the state director of immigrations?|