a0z0ra @ 12:00 PM  |
Slowly but surely I saw myself transformed, year after year. Dear God, I surely hope it was a good transformation.
Really, it was all about choices. I made the choice. Killing that freakish desperate little artist trying to make the world see her colors was one of them.
Right now, I'm transforming into that suburban wife with that future suburban house with kids yellin & goldie ole retriever barkin (or these days, two chiwawas). Getting myself a slice of that American dreams. Not sure if I'm gonna like it, but it is a healthy & popular choice. 100000000++++++ people can't all be wrong eh?
Words have escaped me. They find me boring.
a0z0ra @ 5:44 PM  |
Please support this bill to reduce/eliminate immigration backlogs:http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s111-1085
Find your senators here:http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm
and send them emails. Below is the template.
************************ Sample letter *************************
Dear Sen. ,
I urge you to support S. 1085: A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to promote family unity.
Currently, law-abiding, taxpaying legal permanent residents of the United States are forced to live away from their spouses and children, in most cases for over 5 years! While they wait, their spouse and child are not allowed to enter the U.S., even for a brief visit. The permanent resident, on the other hand, must reside predominantly in the U.S., otherwise they lose their permanent residency status.
Immigration law is splitting these families. There are tens of thousands of immigrant families throughout the nation that are currently undergoing this pain of separation.
Even non-immigrant families entering the U.S. on temporary work/visitor visas can bring their families to live with them on dependent visas. It is only legal permanent residents that are unfairly left out without any option but to be separated from their families for years.
I strongly urge you to support S. 1085, this bill will eliminate the wait time for immediate family members of permanent residents to immigrate by reclassifying them as "immediate relatives" - the same category afforded to spouses and children of U.S. citizens. The bill also includes other administrative fixes to the immigration system.
I sincerely hope that you will grant favorable consideration to this bill in the Senate Judiciary committee hearing.
Please help reunite our families together.
Labels: personal, politics
a0z0ra @ 4:33 PM  |