Asked in Immigration
How did the massive immigration to Canada near the turn of the twentieth century affect the complex identity of your country?
Asked in Mexico
Can a border fence with Mexico solve some immigration problems?
Not at all. Immigration (specially illegal immigration) is a complex economic problem for which a fence is just a waste of taxpayer money. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Numbers
Why is the solution to an identity all real numbers?
That is how an identity is defined. If the solution was not true for all numbers, then it would not be called an identity. In fact, it should be true for all complex numbers as well. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between a complex and double salt?
Complex retains their identity in the solution form and double salt doesn't retain its identity in solution. A Ali Sudais jan Research Scholar Nuclear Medicine Inorganic Chemistry ...
Asked in Afghanistan
When did Afghanistan originate?
Afghanistan was officially recognized as a sovereign state by the international community upon the signing of the 1919 Treaty of Rawalpindi. However, the history is complex and the Afghan identity goes back to perhaps the second century. ...
What are immigration laws?
U.S. immigration law is very complex, and there is much confusion as to how it works. The Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA), the body of law governing current immigration policy, provides for an annual worldwide limit of 675,000 permanent immigrants, with certain exceptions for close family members. ...
What does an immigration lawyer do?
An immigration lawyer deals with the complex legal issues involved in someone becoming an American citizen, dealing with the legalities of it, and works towards aiding people in their problems in becoming a citizen. ...
What are the characteristics of twenty-first century businesses?
Businesses in the twenty-first century are complex, fluid, and customer-centric. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What is the identity property of multiplication and addition?
The identity property of multiplication asserts the existence of an element, denoted by 1, such that for every element x in a set (of integers, rationals, reals or complex numbers), 1*x = x*1 = x The identity property of addition asserts the existence of an element, denoted by 0, such that for every element y in a set (of integers, rationals, reals or complex numbers), 0+y = y+0 = y ...
Asked in Germany in WW2
What did a millwright do in the early twentieth century?
Mill righting of the late 20th century is an occupation which demands precision and high skill. Today's millwright is concerned with the precision-fitting of machinery to tolerance of a thousandth of an inch. It is the millwright who installs and aligns heavy industrial machinery, including conveyor systems, escalators, electric generators, cyclotrons, and insures that they operate efficiently. He even puts into effect the vast and complex machines of the nuclear age. ...
Asked in Islam, Spain, Caribbean Islands
What is the fourteenth century Islamic palace in Grenada Spain?
The complex of fortress and palaces was built over several centuries, not just the 14th century, and is known as The Alhambra. ...
Additive identity property of addition?
The identity property of addition asserts the existence of an element, denoted by 0, such that for every element y in a set (of intergers, rationals, reals or complex numbers), 0+y = y+0 = y ...
Asked in Mental Health, Conditions and Diseases
What causes Amnesia memory loss blackout and concussion?
There a number of causes, extreme trauma, shock- explosions ( War damage) - bombs, protective retreat, guilt complex- it is a deep mystery- Anastasia could never recall the exact sequence of events of the Night of July l7-l8 of l9l8- the massacre that killed her family- and was indeed, the Crime of the Century ( twentieth century).In my opinion alone that gives her a boost- the intense trauma caused a neural block. ...
Asked in Immigration
What are the immigrations laws?
Immigration law actually governs the entry of one citizen from one country to another country. There can be problems while you apply for moving to a country permanently, sometimes your application may be rejected. In such cases, an immigration law can help you. It is necessary that you should obey the rules of immigration. The government can take a stict action if you violate any of the immigration rules and you can be punished. The process is liitle bit complex but immigration...
What is immigration law about?
Immigration law is essentially those aspects of federal law that govern the entry into one country of citizens from another country. Every country has laws that govern who may enter the country fom another one, what is required to be able to stay for extended periods of time and what is required to become a citizen and stay permanently. Immigration laws are usually fairly complex and many times it is unclear whether any particular immigration law has been violated or not. A...
Asked in Immigration, Lawyers, Visas - Document
When applying for an immigration visa for a foreign citizen are immigration lawyers worth the expense Can visas be obtained just as easily without going through an immigration attorney?
Yes, they are worth it because a lawyer can tell you whether or not the foreign person is eligible for a visa in the first place, or whether there are any facts that would make a visa difficult or impossible to get. Also the forms are quite complex, but there is no law saying attorneys are required. ...
Asked in Society and Civilization
How is identity created?
Through the use of breeder documents. Each culture/society has a process whereby identity is created. It could be as simple as a naming ceremony or as complex as fingerprinting, DNA sampling and signing/notarizing forms from the parents and witnesses of birth. These processes executed near birth for all humans create what we know in the identity management industry as "breeder documents". Not referring to humans as breeders, but referring to the documents as being used to "breed" additional identity documents as required by the individual. These...