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PR update ongoing

I haven’t seen any changes on my sites yet but some people have reported some PR changes to their website, which is an indication that the long-awaited PR update has finally arrived. I really wondered why it took so long for it to arrive, I was expecting the update to be around 27th or 28th July. In any case, its still too early to tell, so I just have to sit tight and see the results after tomorrow.


  1. Xbox Gamer
    Xbox Gamer November 8, 2012

    encounter. I want experts and immigration lawyers answer… I would like to know what would be a problem if a personne is a G categorie dependent and has run of status due to age (principal is still in status and is a parent) and that personne would like to change status through mariage to a us citizen. Would immigration take it as a fraud? eventhough the mariage is legitimate between 2 people who love each other? please help me out.

  2. slipknot0129
    slipknot0129 November 8, 2012

    Do u guys know if someone has got his/her E-File Number post the changes which took place in Canadian Immigration rules on 26th June 2010. I want to know bout their processing times as I am quite sure that the processing times must have been improved as they are only accepting one consolidated application in the 1st place now.

  3. thexbox360player
    thexbox360player November 8, 2012

    Do you see this happening or do you see any changes happening with the House of Lords? If they are elected via PR, would this mean we would likely have a BNP or UKIP sitting in there?

    Did the EU having PR have “much” to do with the fact that the BNP and UKIP got elected in the EU elections?

  4. mmminja
    mmminja November 10, 2012

    First off, I would like to thank you in advance for reading this. I’m currently 21 and need some opinions on how I am doing. I live in South Korea and basically run almost every aspect of the graduate program for the base. Also, I travel throughout Korea, Japan, and Guam to train staff. I am going to finish up my bachelors soon and will go straight into a MBA program. I plan on getting my MBA with a concentration in Global Management.

    2011- Present: University of Phoenix – Pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Public Sector and a minor in Marketing.
    2009- 2011: University of Maryland University College – Studied Information Systems Management and a minor in Business.
    2008 – 2009: Embry – Riddle Aeronautical University – Studied Aeronautical Science and International Business
    2007-2008: Homeschooled
    2007: Midlands Technical College (concurrent student – I did high school and college courses at the same time)
    2004- 2007 Blythewood High School

    Professional Experience:
    08/2010 – Current: University of Phoenix Camp Humphreys ( Pyeongtaek), South Korea
    Program Coordinator (U.S. Army Invited Contractor)
    •Enroll students in the University of Phoenix graduate programs offered at Camp Humphreys and Osan Airbase.
    •Ensure new students are oriented to University policies and services prior to enrollment.
    •Keeps records of student data, looks at student projections, and coordinates with faculty and education center staff to develop the university schedule.
    •Conducts student appointments to disseminate course and program information to new or potential students.
    •Verifies enrollment status and ensures students are eligible for admission.
    •Train new enrollment counselors and program coordinators.
    •Initial student Finance and Academic Counselor
    •Runs the complete graduate program at the base and follows all University of Phoenix policies.
    •Markets programs and attends community functions to speak on behalf of the university.
    •Works without direct supervision.

    04/2009 – 08/2010: University of Maryland University College Asia Division Osan/Kunsan Airbase:
    Computer Support Specialist/National Testing Center Administrator (DOD Invited Contractor)
    •Conducts initial and all ongoing training of computer monitors.
    •Supervises employees at site.
    •Provide computer support to faculty, staff, and students.
    •Placement test, DSST, CLEP, Distance Education Exams, and Pearson VUE certification Administrator.
    •Provide customer support for examinees.
    •Install and updated hardware and software.
    •Troubleshoot and prevent hardware and software problems.
    •Maintains Equipment.
    •Maintains a database of lab and equipment use.
    •Manages a testing server on a LAN and WLAN system.
    •Works without direct supervision.

    Experience with:
    Ricoh Printer Systems
    Costumer Service
    Record Processing
    Computer Imaging/ Ghosting
    Windows XP
    Windows Vista
    Windows Server 2003
    LAN/WLAN Systems
    Microsoft Office 2007
    Windows Steady-state

    Positions Held:
    Youth Organization for Disaster Action (YODA) – One of ten students shadowing peers and staff during safety drills. Constructed PowerPoint and written reports to evaluate areas of excellence and deficiency. Increased safety and was awarded a 100,000 dollar grant for our school.
    Battalion Commander- Commanded 235 cadets. Issued orders and conducted and managed necessary tasks to improve the battalion and abide by JROTC regulations.
    Drill Team Commander- Planned drill meets and coordinated drill practices. Under my command, we won our first 1st place trophy.
    Interact (Rotary) Club Treasurer- Organized community service events and managed the club’s funds. Proposed budgets and advised the president on financial matters.
    Senior Army Instructor Assistant- Supported JROTC’s commander, Ret. LTC White. Oversaw all of the operations of the JROTC program. Director and editor of the JROTC year in review video.

    Volunteer Work:
    Bethel Hanberry Elementary School- Mediated peers about benefits of remaining in school and opportunities of high school.
    North Springs Elementary- Coordinated a children field day while promoting safety awareness.
    Killian Elementary- Mentored students with various social and educational difficulties.
    Killian Elementary Boy Awareness- Peer mentor for troubled males in middle school.
    Roadside Clean-up– Organized various trash pick-ups throughout the community.
    Hurricane Katrina Relief – Coordinated the collection and shipping of goods for victims of floods.
    Camp Humphreys American Elementary/Middle School: Participated in several school and community wide events.

    Awarded AFROTC Scholarship
    Elected for American Legion Boys State
    Harold E Wilson Marine Corps Leadership Award
    Blythewood High School JROTC Superior Cadet
    Drill Team Member of the Year
    Presidential Physical Fitness Award
    This is a rough draft of my resume, and I would like to know your opinion. Do you think I will stand out? Do you think it will be difficult for me to find a job with transitioning back to the states? I think that I have done more than a typical person at my age, but I am not sure.

  5. Keaton
    Keaton November 10, 2012 you can sponsor a child for 35 dollars a month how much goes for the child of that 35 dollars will i get letters from the child can i send him letters. 35 dollars is a lot of money and i want it to go to the right place please tell me everything you know thank you

  6. Jason
    Jason November 12, 2012

    is it safe?

  7. Michael
    Michael November 13, 2012

    Some say it is a disease. It’s the only disease where all you need to do is stop putting a specific substance into your body! My father had a real disease, cancer. Boy I sure wish he could have cured his disease by going to AA meetings and simply not putting a substance into his body.

    Hey Alcoholics: SIMPLY DON’T PUT THE STUFF INTO YOUR MOUTH! Don’t claim you have a disease. There are plenty of people out there with REAL diseases. All the people with cancer and AIDS would love to trade diseases.

  8. Jeremy Xargor is my gamertag
    Jeremy Xargor is my gamertag November 13, 2012

    Speaking honestly, I’ve changed a lot i the past 10 years.
    I learnt that how great and important is parent’s love and hard work. I came to know how the world is.

    How much change you can see in your character during the past 10 years?. Does that those changes really changed your life?

    Have a nice day to everyone…..

  9. XplicitzZ
    XplicitzZ November 15, 2012

    100 percent or just 99.9 percent?

    he has liberal ideas when running in a liberal state… conservative ideas in conservative GOP primaries and moderate ideas in a national election cycle?

    it’s amazing how fundamental changes in his convictions are so conveniently timed with the election he happens to be running in?

  10. sethburger
    sethburger November 17, 2012

    Today my ps3 froze when I was using the internet so I had to hold down the O/I button for 4 seconds to restart my ps3. Now all my settings were reset to 720 and I forgot how to change the resolution back to 1080. Can someone help please? Thanks!

  11. therundown2k3
    therundown2k3 November 17, 2012

    I am 35. I work in finance. I want to change fields. The field of PR interests me. Is pursuing a graduate diploma in PR worth to change careers. After i complete my diploma what do you think my starting salary would be. I am 35 so i can not make a lot of concessions in terms of salary. Is it too late to change careers if i am 35. Anyone who has experience in this field please respond.

  12. Vultre9
    Vultre9 November 20, 2012

    I have a Masters in English (not literature, though) and a teaching certification in English, as well. I have been teaching English as a second language for 5 years and am fed up of teaching. It pays absolutely nothing and there is no professional advancement.
    What can I do with my skills? I have held jobs as PR coordinator, technical writer, etc. But I don’t like those. I want something to use my creativity. I love planning and researching. But whatever I look into needs experience in the field and I don’t have that. The sales/marketing companies that say they’ll train you and you’ll earn a great salary seem too suspicious or sound too good to be true so I don’t even try there.

  13. Xbox360king
    Xbox360king November 20, 2012

    I am currently enrolled as an international student in a university in Canada and so i am paying the international tuition fees. After i graduate and get my PR, will i be entitled to claim back the difference between domestic and international fees?
    Suppose the international tuition fees are 15,000$ and the domestic fees are 6,000$, will i get the difference of 9,000$ back after I get permanent residency status?

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