martes, 2 de septiembre de 2014

Loteria de green cards, Visas y Cadivi, Peter Roth: Tengo visa de turista y voy a pedir visa de estudiante para estudiar Ingles y estoy participando en el sorteo DV 2012, podrían negarme la visa de estudiante y quitarme la de turista por esto?

Hola Peter,

Agradezco tu comentario en lo siguiente, mi esposo y yo estamos recién casados, nos casamos el 23 de mayo del 2014 y solicitamos la visa de estudiante el 10 de agosto del 2014 para hacer un curso de ingles, La visa de mi esposo fue negada y la mía fue aprobada, el detalle es que solicitamos la visa con el estatus de solteros ya que en el instituto fueron muy insistentes en que si colocábamos la visa como casados iban a negarla porque estamos recién casados solo teníamos dos meses y sin nada que nos ate a nuestro país de origen. Ahora bien, decidimos ir a estudiar pero solo por 3 meses a EEUU ya que mi esposo tiene pasaporte europeo y yo entrare con la visa de turista ya que por temas de costo haré el curso con otro instituto mas económico. El punto es que queremos aplicar la lotería de visa y nos da miedo que en caso de querer cambiar el estatus de visa por una visa de trabajo o en caso de ganarnos la lotería de visa, nos sea negada o descalificada por haber colocado en la visa de estudiante que estábamos solteros, a pesar de la de el fue negada y en mi caso no usare la visa. Espero tu comentario al respecto.


martes, 1 de diciembre de 2009

Movie: Eagle Eye

The United States armed forces have a lead on a suspected terrorist in the Middle East, but as the man is a recluse, getting a positive ID proves difficult, and the DoD's computer system recommends that the mission be aborted. The Secretary of Defense agrees with the abort recommendation, but the President orders the mission be carried out anyway. This turns into a political backlash when all of the victims turn out to be civilians, and retaliatory suicide bombings target US citizens in response.

It consist of two strangers thrust together by a mysterious telephone call, and their frantic efforts to discover why they have inexplicably become the nation's most wanted fugitives. Jerry Shaw (LaBeouf) and Rachel Holloman (Monaghan) were complete strangers at the beginning of the day, but that changed the instant a strange woman called to threaten both their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Suddenly forced into a series of increasingly dangerous situations, Jerry and Rachel must now take orders from a woman who's using everyday technology to track and control their every move. As the situation intensifies and the hapless duo are deemed the country's most wanted fugitives, they must work together in order to discover who it was that turned their lives upside down, and what they can do to thwart the criminal mastermind's cunning yet diabolical plan.

In light of the mistake made by the President at the beginning of the film, Ariia has decided that the executive branch is a threat to the public good and must be eliminated. Ariia plans to destroy the President's cabinet, and calls this Operation Guillotine. She has decided to leave the Secretary of Defense, who had agreed with its recommendation to abort the mission, as the successor to the presidency. Ariia does not reveal this to Jerry or Rachel, merely explaining that she is trying to help the people of the United States.

Release Date

26 September 2008 (Venezuela)


- Shia LaBeouf as Jerry Shaw (the main protagonist of the film), and as his late twin brother Ethan Shaw
- Michelle Monaghan as Rachel Holloman
- Billy Bob Thornton as Thomas Morgan, FBI
- Rosario Dawson as Zoe Perez, Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Agent
- Michael Chiklis as George Callister, the US Secretary of Defense
- Ethan Embry as Toby Grant, FBI
- Anthony Mackie as Major William Bowman
- Cameron Boyce as Sam Holloman, Rachel's son
- Julianne Moore as the voice of the super computer Ariia


Action Crime Mystery Thriller

Filming Location

Apple Valley, California, USA

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lunes, 2 de noviembre de 2009

How was the moon created.

Once upon a time, where there was guy going home taking food and other stuff in his carriage, everything was normal, birds singing and the sun shining, but something changed and that beautiful sun waked up and started to burn everything, it damaged the carriage and made the guy hit his head and faint in there, and so everything was in fire, it was a forestal fire, everything was being burn and the dog partnering the man started to bark and the sound made a sea dragon to wake up. The sea dragon was furious with was the sun was doing to the environment, so the sun and the sea dragon began a fight, but the dragon won by cooling the sun and bit a half of it so it turned the moon. Then the guy waked up and thanked the sea dragon for his help and everything else was fine from now on.

Health Risks of Smoking

Smoking is one of the main causes of serious health diseases, such as cancer, stroke and heart problems. If you have no plans of quitting today, having knowledge of the different types of illnesses that you may experience through years of smoking may change your perception and lead you to stop smoking.

In this section, you will discover how smoking affects various parts of the body including the eyes, nose, throat, lungs, heart, skin, blood, etc. Here are some possible health effects of smoking:

• Lung Cancer
• Heart Diseases
• High Blood Pressure
• Bad Breath
• Gum Disease
• Depression
• Snoring
• Diabetes
• Infertility on men and women
• Thyroid Disease
• Harmful effects on Bones and Joints

Ten Personal Solutions to Global Warming

Individual choices can have an impact on global climate change. Reducing your family's heat-trapping emissions does not mean forgoing modern conveniences; it means making smart choices and using energy-efficient products, which may require an additional investment up front, but often pay you back in energy savings within a couple of years.

Since Americans' per capita emissions of heat-trapping gases is 5.6 tons—more than double the amount of western Europeans—we can all make choices that will greatly reduce our families' global warming impact.

lunes, 5 de octubre de 2009