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How can someone get a translator for a USA tourist visa interview? Is there any form to fill out or do they give a translator during interview time?The officer who interviews the visa applicant will usually speak and understand the most common local language. If not, another officer or a local consular employee will probably be able to translate. If the language is obscure enough, the consular officer might still find, somewhere in the embassy/consulate, an employee who has it.I remember an instance when the only employee who spoke both the primary local language and the very rare language of the visa applicant was one of the oldest, shyest, most reticent, lowest-level gardeners. He was so proud of the officers’ need of and appreciation for that rare skill that one time, that he began to dress better, stand straighter, feel and act more confident, and volunteer for and learn from special, complicated jobs. He eventually earned a permanent promotion to head gardener and did an excellent job at it.
Why do some companies do job application forms rather than take CVs?Universities ask employees to fill in a job application for several reasons:1) it weeds out those who would cheat by having someone else fill out the information for them. You can pay someone else to write a CV but it is harder to find someone else willing to fill out a ten page application for someone.2) the application is easier to control - the answers are all in the same order, making it easier on the HR people to read them, the same questions are answered by the application where a CV might not mention some of the questions that are included on the application, and they are submitted in the HR system so it is easier to sort the applications (weed out those without college degrees, those who do not mention experience in accounting, etc).3) accreditation often requires all employees be hired using the same application process.4) auditors find it easier to check the applications to make sure there is no favoritism. If all applications are the same, it is easier to rule out favoritism.I was once in charge of hiring employees in my department and one applicant simply put her name and phone number on the application, expecting we would just hire her because she knew someone in the department.She called him (Professor X) and said she applied, and he tried to pressure me into calling her for the interview. When I said no (she had done nothing to demonstrate to us that she was qualified - she left everything blank), he went to HR and told them I was being unfair to ‘his applicant.’ He assured them he knew this person for twenty years and she was his former assistant when he worked for the federal government.They called me and told me I should interview her - she sounded right for the job. I asked them to review her application and tell me if they would interview her based on the application alone. They reviewed her application and told me that no, they would not interview her, either, based on just her name and phone number.She contacted me to ask me why she had not been interviewed for the position of Professor X’s assistant. She hadn’t even read the job announcement - she just presumed she could walk in and become Professor X’s assistant rather than doing the job we were hiring for. When she didn’t get the job, she wrote me a rude email saying “All you have to do is bother to ask Professor X how well I do my job and how quickly I can learn.” I wrote back, “I am the supervisor of all the staff and frankly, I don’t hire people who can’t be bothered to even fill out a simple form. I don’t want people working for me who don’t follow directions. And I need someone with actual experience they can prove rather than someone who wants me to interview someone else to have THEM tell me about their qualifications. Don’t waste my time with your application in the future if it is not complete.” She did waste my time twice more - she applied for other jobs in my department and never completed the application. She would have Professor X come in and demand I interview her and I would show him the incomplete application and say, “If you didn’t know her, would you hire her? She can’t even fill out the application - either she is not very smart or she is very lazy. Either way, I don’t need her on my staff.”So the application weeded her out immediately. If she had just submitted a CV someone else wrote for her, I would never have known she was too lazy to do work that would be required of her and she might have been interviewed and hired.
I'm going to be moving to Hong Kong next month. What do I need to know?The way to find the apartment is to find the neighborhood you want to live in, and walk into a real estate agent for that neighborhood. Hong Kong is pretty compact, so it doesn't make that much difference if you live on the island. I know a few people that live in Shenzhen (much, much cheaper) and commute to Central every day.Bank account: go into a bank with your passportPhone: You can get your iphone unlocked at which point there are all sorts of competitive cell plansInternet: Also lots of competition. Cost of living: It can very widely. The big cost is rent, and where you want to live and how much you want to pay is up to you. Expat things tend to be more expensive.The only thing that I haven't been able to get in Hong Kong are tamales.Some random things....1) The most annoying thing is to find schools for the kids. One thing that I found out was that you should e-mail the schools to see if there are any places open before filling out any applications. That will save you a lot of time, and if a school doesn't respond to your e-mails, that means they aren't interested.Also you'll find that people will keep their space in a school until the last minute. We were put on a lot of wait lists, and the day before school started we got calls seeing if you are interested.2) The housing reimbursement program is not a separate account. You fill out a form saying that you want X of your income to go to housing, and that gets set up tax-free. I was confused because I thought it was like an account in the US where the money goes into a separate account.3) Pensions work differently in HK. One big mistake that I made was because pension matches are subject to US tax, I minimized my pension match since I assumed that I wouldn't have access to the funds until I was retiring. What I didn't realize was that outside of the minimum contribution, you get the full pension benefit in cash when you switch employers. If I realized this I would have maximized my employer match.4) If you are a US citizen/resident, you will need a tax accountant for the first year. The taxes are low, but you will have to fill out a ton of forms. Once you know how to fill out the taxes, then you can just copy them over to future years.5) If you have a choice you want to get paid as a HK employee and not a US employee, the tax rules are different and in particularly as an HK employee you do not have to pay US social security taxes. The income tax is about the same, but as an HK employee you don't have payroll withholding.
How do I change a registered mobile number in HDFC bank?You can change registered mobile number in HDFC Bank account online by following the steps given below:Step-1: Go to official website of HDFC BankStep-2: Login to HDFC Net Banking PageStep-3: Click on Update Email ID and Landline NumberStep-4: Edit the number you want to changeStep-4: Confirm the number by typing it once againAfter following the steps mentioned in above articles, you can change or update mobile nimber registered in your HDFC Bank Account Online without visiting the bank branch.Your New Mobile Number will be Updated within 24 Hours!!!Point to be NotedIt is true that you can change your mobile number in HDFC Bank Account online still I recommend you to get this done personally by visiting the bank branch. It will eliminate risk( although very rare) of hacking confidential information.Hope this works for you.
What should one do before trying to sell an idea to a company just in case they dismiss the idea but implement it behind your back?This question – and to be clear, it’s a common question, asked often – is why companies never listen to somebody trying to sell them an idea.Put yourself in their position for a minute. They don’t know you or your idea. Say you have dreamed up a widget. If they sign something for you before you share your idea, then, for the rest of that company’s life, they can never make a widget without worrying that you are going to sue them. But you want them to give you lifetime rights to widgets before you talk to them.Speaking as a company owner, this is why I can never even hear proposals for some idea for my company. As soon as I sign the signNowwork, then, even if it was something we’ve already thought of, or something we were going to think of, we’ve given you the rights to that whole area, forever.Face it. Your idea has no monetary value. If you want to give it value, you have to do the work. Nobody in their right mind would pay you for just an idea, because the value is in the work, not the idea.You don’t even own your idea. You can’t own an idea. Patents are for inventions, algorithms and formulas, not ideas. Copyright is for creative works. And trademark is for commercial art. An idea is none of those.A good idea is like a beautiful day. Everybody owns it. Some use it, some don’t. The company that hears about your idea has every right in the world to execute on it. It’s not yours.And most good ideas occur to more than one person at a time.So, in conclusion, you shouldn’t do anything related to selling your idea. Do the work. Build it.Thanks for a2a
What was your first reaction when you heard that you won the Green Card Lottery?TL;DR: I couldn’t believe it. It took me 30 minutes to realize it was real. I even verified if the email i’ve recieved was not a scam. In fact I didn’t even remember I applied!Flashback: I applied in October 2010, after a six-week trip in Southern California. I was back in Paris and I was suffocating. I missed the space, the nature, the friendly and warm SoCal, the weather, etc.So I applied in late 2010 after I took my first full time employee job. It was easy, I just needed to fill out a form, send a couple of pictures taken by a professional photographer (I remember the ugly beige and purple striped sweater I was wearing too! A pure fashion piece now archived into the immigration administration database.) and uploaded all to the dedicated website. Note that the department of state only opens that website during the time of application, during about a month.Fast forward: I checked my applicant status in May 2011, with zero hope I could have won. And I didn't find my name in the annual bulletin.Life had moved on, I started to date my soon to be husband, I changed job - which was horrible - but once in a while me and my husband we were taking about our dream jobs and life. He was telling me that he always wanted to covered NBA basketball (we literally live 20 min from the Oracle stadium and he’s still too shy to apply) and I was telling him that I always wanted to cover tech industry in the San Francisco Bay Area (I’m not lying).But then, on Friday, July the 13th (I’m not joking), I received an email from the department of state let me know that I should check again my status, forwarding me my application number, which I did, and I was pre-selected!Again, I couldn't believe it, so I stalk all the Internet to make sure that the email was a scam. But since the domain name associated to the email was “state.gov”, my doubts were dismissed and I started to compulsively repeate “No!”.Now I can tell you when I called my husband and my mom how their first reactions were. But that’s another story.
What is the procedure to get transcripts from Calicut University?THIS IS THE ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR APPLYING FOR OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALICUTNote: you will need to bring copies of the following documents with you:1. Transcripts2. Degree/ Provisional Certificate3. Transcript application form (if you downloaded these from the internet and filled those out previously. Highly recommended-saves time)Detailed step by step instruction on how to apply for Official Transcripts (DO READ THE TIPS TOWARDS THE END AS IT WILL HELP YOU):Disclaimer: The process of applying for official transcripts (or anything for that matter) at the University of Calicut is a frustrating process that may turn you crazy. Symptoms include sudden fits of anger, questioning your life choices that led you to this dump of a University or an insatiable desire to crack open the university employee’s skull with a rock-Cannibal style. The author of this article assumes no responsibility for what you may feel. Your experiences may vary signNowly from the author’s, although he very much doubts it (Please, please let him know if it does-that would be first for him or anyone he has known who went through this ordeal).Applying for official transcripts at UniCal is a 3-part process. Its like a video game-gets harder with each phase. As such, I would suggest you spend some bonus points to raise your stamina, patience and insensitivity to bullshit perks. The walk through is as given below:Phase -I:Go to Tagore Block (across the road, opposite the main campus).Get the following forms from the counter (Each form costs 1-2 Rupee):Transcript application form-or alternatively, as previously mentioned, download from University website-link at the end of this post for the form. One for each set of transcripts in case you are applying for multiple transcripts.Entry Pass-One per personNext go to your course’s inquiry counter and get the Challan form-one for each set of transcripts in case you are applying for multiple transcripts. Ask at the same department inquiry booth regarding the fee amount and fill the forms out and pay the fee at the fee counter.Attach the challan receipt to you application package.Go back to your course’s inquiry counter and get your gate pass signed. Congrats! You have just crossed the first hurdle! Now get out of that building.Phase -II:Go to the Pariksha Bhavan building across the road (you will have to walk a bit into the main campus-its a big building towards the right just after the botanical garden. You will find a lot of people outside it. As you walk down the gateway, you will see an entryway to a building straight ahead (Gate 1)- go in there if you studied BA, B.Com or B.SC. Or go to the one about 10m to your right, marked Gate-2, if you studied B.Tech or PG). I have given a rough sketch of the area to the best of my ability.Show the security guard your entry pass. Go to the respective floor for your department.From there walk back and forth for a solid hour listening to their complaints that they don’t have time etc. etc. until you get a bit angry and frustrated with them and you slightly raise your voice and then they pay heed to you. (Alternatively, you could take my advice and just look pissed from the start- as if you’ve had enough of this BS). At this point some moron will check you documents and the same moron might say you made a mistake in your fee payment (just say this is correct, if you are sure and tell the moron you got info from the guy at Tagore block. Ask him/her to verify it again.)The moron will then ask you to put the folded application form in a box in front of Gate 1 or keep it in his drawer/whatever.Ask politely for someones personal number in that department-be extra sweet, sentimental, offer a tragic story or whatever BS you need to make it work. Most employees don't give this but there are some good folks there that will show the human trait of humanity. Do not be happy if they gave you a landline number though-if you stick around enough you will notice they almost never pick that up. You will notice some employees might watch YouTube on their phones and to offer a distraction free viewing environment they will lift the phone receiver and leave it one the table so that no calls get through.At this point your application is basically complete, if all goes well. Congrats you've passed phase 2!Phase -III:Now this is all about the waiting game. My tips below will help you through this.The average time for a transcript to get to an international destination is about 20–25 days (at least for Canada). Domestic postage time is much lower. If you received your transcripts by this time then good for you but if not, then red flags should pop up in your head like fireworks. Follow the following steps below.Remember the phone number that you managed to obtain? Call them. Ask whats wrong. They will at this point tell you that something was off (they should have told you that when some moron verified it in the first place-but don't bring that up here-just accept it as you fault and ask how it could be corrected). This could be a laughably minor mistake but they do what they can to make you miserable. I applied for 2 sets of transcripts-one to WES another to a Canadian university. I didn't get one set for over a month. When I called them they said they had doubts because I applied for 2 sets together as most people apply for only one! I was furious and they lady at the other end (she had kept my transcript application in her desk) apologized and then forwarded my transcripts when I threatened to sue her. It arrived within 15 days in Canada.I you somehow didn't get a mobile number, I will attach the Call Directory of all departments in UniCal. You are welcome. Please note: it will be a miracle if you got someone at the other end of the line at the first ring if not, keep trying.THE ALL IMPORTANT TIPS:Always take pics of your application. You will receive no other proof of application from UniCal. If you ever need to file a complaint this is your only proof. I cannot stress this enough-TAKE PICTURES OF EVERY APPLICATION FORMS (this includes challan reciepts and transcript application form).Note that a complete application form must contain the following items:Copy of original transcriptsReceipt of fee paymentCopy of final degree/provisional certificateWES application form (If you are applying to WES)Note that application fees vary depending on when you graduated, where you want the transcripts to be sent (India or abroad), personal copy required and how many pages your transcripts contain. Make sure you are paying the right fee. Don’t be surprised if a set of transcripts costs around 14k (B.Tech, 2016 graduate for international destination).If you are applying for a transcript to be sent abroad, I highly recommend you apply for a personal copy to be sent to your address in India. Its just Rs. 50 (you can only apply to one personal copy per one set of transcript). The advantage is that you know your application has been processed when you receive you personal copy to your home in India. It just takes 5–10 days and you will have peace of mind than waiting out 20–25 days to know if your application is processed or not.Call your department in university for a tracking number. You can use the numbers from the directory given below and ask when they processed your application and if you could get a tracking number. They will give you the number of ‘Personal Dispatch’. There you will talk to a totally unprofessional, rude and shit of an excuse for a human being who will give you the tracking details once you give him the details (Date when application was passed by the concerned dept., your reg no. etc) after telling you to not bother him.If the university has been an absolute bitch and nobody has picked up your calls after trying for multiple days you can file a complaint to the Chancellor (The Governor of Kerala). I have explored that option too-I have had to apply for 4 sets of transcripts over a period of time (if you haven't understood that by now). I found things move pretty quickly after this step. I will give links to this as well.Last and finally, let me remind you the actions and attitude you will face from the University employees will make you angry-very angry. Please don’t say anything harsh to them until your application has been mailed (use tracking details). You will find people at every office cubicle who might think that you questioned their great infallible wisdom-just remind yourself that you need those transcripts so be humble and kiss ass. Its nothing to be ashamed about-everyone has to do it. What you do after that is totally up to you.Good luck. Hope I helped. Please let me know if I did.Links:Chancellor (Honorable Governor of Kerala):Contact the GovernorUniversity Telephone Directory):http://www.universityofcalicut.i...University Transcript request form:http://www.universityofcalicut.i...
How did Robert Frost get recruited for NASA?NASA doesn't need to recruit. They get most of their new hires via their co-op program (NASA Pathways). Students apply for co-op placement via the co-op office at their university. Co-ops receive semester long positions at a NASA center, either in the summer or during the fall or spring semesters. They usually do two or three of these rotations, and then, if they performed well, they receive a full time placement after graduation.I didn't even know there was such a program, while I was in university, so that's not how I got to NASA.During my final semester, one of my design team members disappeared for a few days. When he returned, he told me he'd been at NASA applying for a contractor position as an astronaut instructor for the ISS program. I wasn't aware such a thing existed, but it sounded like the ideal job for me. So, I visited the website of the new contractor that had been formed to provide operations for the STS and ISS programs, a company called United Space Alliance (USA). I submitted an application. They called me at my office in the Humanities Tutoring Center, the next morning and asked me to fly out for an interview and said they'd arrange a flight, hotel, and rental car.A week later, I was sitting in a huge room with 600 other applicants. There was a line of small booths set up and in each was a manager for a group. From the list of 600 names, they'd call out the ones they were interested in talking to. You'd go to that booth and be interviewed and then return to your seat and wait to see if another group called out your name or if an HR person would call your name to make an offer. I interviewed for the robotics group and for the avionics group and then accepted the offer from the avionics group.Eight years later, I was able to take advantage of the other way NASA hires. Operations for Shuttle was almost exclusively done by USA and they provided most of the people for ISS, too. Each group might have 10 USA employees, 2 NASA employees, and a NASA group lead. Those two NASA positions were usually filled via the co-op program, but once in a while, NASA would get permission from the government to open a position for an experienced person. Experienced contractors would apply, and if one was selected that person would undergo a badge conversion. I was fortunate enough to be one of those people. I swapped my USA badge for a NASA badge, but little else changed. I kept the same desk, the same phone number, and the same tasks, I just filled out a different timecard system and no longer had a contractor boss.
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