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Interesting: TSC really isn't looking hard for new employees

Interesting: TSC really isn't looking hard for new employees

Old Apr 5th 2001, 2:26 pm
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Vermyndax
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After seeing tonight's report from TSC (thanks Matt, as always... your help here is
undeniably appreciated)... I was curious about a few things.

I had pasted last month's report into a Word document so when the report was posted I
could compare them.

For I-129F's, they made exactly 10 days worth of progress in a month, while the
number of cases almost doubled (increase of 75%).

There's other comparisons to look at there, but I'd rather focus on one thing...
we've all wondered what TSC's deal is, and what the hell may be going on. We've
speculated on everything from not enough personnel to mismanagement.

I think I can shoot down the not-enough-personnel argument.

A search of the available jobs in INS turns up exactly *3* posted positions available
for Dallas, TX.

3.

I get the feeling they're not really trying. Wish we could all write a nasty letter
to James Burzynski or something.

--Alexander
 
Old Apr 5th 2001, 2:53 pm
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Hilary Whalen
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I am with you, not the news we all wanted to hear........... IS THIS WAITING EVER
GOING TO END??????????????????

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Old Apr 5th 2001, 4:32 pm
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Michelle and/or Gord
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"Vermyndax" <[email protected]> wrote
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Indeed, try doing the same for I-130...

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At least!
 

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