I completed a job at Sponsored Reviews

Posted on Monday, April 16th 2007 2:23 am by menj in Offbeat

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I finished a job for an advertiser at Sponsored Reviews. It was my first review with Sponsored Reviews, I really hope the advertiser would be pleased and accept it. As it so happens, I didn’t set the bid for the review, it was the advertiser who chose my blog for the review. Strange, but I swear that was what really happened.

In fact, I had forgotten all about the review, were it not for the alert email that I received from Sponsored Reviews a few hours ago:

Subject: Review Set To Expire Today

Hi Mohd Elfie Nieshaem

Our system indicates that you have reviews that must be completed today.

It is very important that reviews which are accepted are completed on time as our system does not allow bloggers second chances to do the review. Once an unfinished review has elapsed the last possible day it is automatically canceled and money is refunded to the advertiser. You will NOT be able to write a review for that advertiser’s opportunity again.

To see the full list of reviews which are to be completed please log into your account.

Please let us know if you have any questions.
Regards,

SponsoredReviews.com Team
Support@SponsoredReviews.com

I did exactly what the email told me to do: logged into the account and wrote the review. The minimum set was 400 words. Phew, I don’t know how I did it, but I managed to complete it. Then I submitted.

After that I poked around the system a bit and it did not take me long before I understood how their concept works. So I have placed a few bids for some of the job offers and I am waiting for the advertiser reply. Some are slotted for this blog, so let’s see how that goes as well.

Yet another money-making opportunity for MENJ 🙂

    25 Comments

    Comments

    Here are 25 Responses.

    • ashotiwoth says:

      April 16th, 2007 at 8:40 am

      That’s cool… i bidded a few and still waiting for the advertisers to get back to me…

    • lilian says:

      April 16th, 2007 at 12:01 pm

      Good luck with that. None of my posts got rejected but things have cooled down somewhat there. I earned around USD150 so far.

      Check yr trackback and see the tag I passed to you for the Do-Follow meme?

    • Fahmishah says:

      April 16th, 2007 at 4:10 pm

      wow..this is interesting..i want to try it
      you are very smart for making money.allahu akhbar

    • sss1979 says:

      April 16th, 2007 at 8:02 pm

      OMG.. u are so lucky!!!

    • Kaylla says:

      July 17th, 2012 at 2:20 pm

      I have been working for a methodist church in fairfield county, CT for the past 5 years. This church has also sponsored my 2 visas( H-1B first then R-1 currently) so that I could work for them legally. However, the pastor of this church is simply an impossible, controlling, nasty, spiteful and vicious person to work for. The director of music who worked there before me couldn’t take this woman’s abuse any more that he resigned. I still remember how much this pastor bad-mouthed about this kid when I first started working there. Anyhow, in the past 2 and half years it has been quite unbearable for me but I stayed because I need to have this visa as pathway to my greencard application in the near future. Every year since 2008, there were abuses/bullying/drama melt down that this sick-minded woman made me go through. Fastforward to just two months ago, right after Easter(and we had a fabulous Easter season in terms of music for the services), the Staff-Parish Relations called a meeting and fired me without any warning, claiming that they can fire me any time for any reason as CT is an “at will” state when it comes to employment practice. However, in my contract, it’s clearly stated that the Staff-Parish Relations committee is supposed to give me annual job performance review, and those in charge of the committee had NEVER given me any review, whether verbal or written. Plus, from the first day I starte working there, we NEVER have had any staff meeting. The pastor treats the paid employees there with her sarcastic sneer, ‘passive-agressive” attitude, her retaliatory reaction to anything that she’s not happy about, and her lies to set up traps to get someone fired.
      Here are the details of this situation, please let me know if you think that I have a case to sue them for additional severance/rehiring:

      The Church’s reasons for firing me:
      1. Complaints from the choir members(in form of emails and letters solicited by and written to the chair person of the church’s Staff-Parish Relation board) in the month of April, 2011, though no one ever informed me of these complaints prior to the meeting when they fired me.
      2. Tardiness: I live an hour away from this church and for the past 5 years(and approx. 240 services total), in average I was late for the services due to weather, traffic and weather or health reasons for about less than 2 times per year.

      Because of the restrictive nature of the visa, I can’t just go find another job at any church. To comply with the immigration laws, I can only find a new sponsoring church within the united methodist churches in the U.S and whoever wants to hire me will have to agree to sponsor my visa petition that would take at least 6 months to complete. And that’s not counting the time any church would need to know me as a musician, leader and a worker to feel comfortable with the sponsorship.
      Please let me know what your honest and professional opinion and suggestions are about this, thanks in advance

    • PoohBearPenguin says:

      August 8th, 2012 at 6:17 pm

      My husband, now 30 yrs of age, is an Indian citizen who works as an engineer/hardware designer for almost four years for a US company that’s owned by a British guy. Last year my husband told me that he’s not getting his complete salary and the boss already owes him as much as $50,000.00. From another state (San Jose), he moved into this California company in 2006, he told me how his boss promised to take care of his housing here but it didn’t happen since he arrived and he had to figure out the housing by himself and pay for it himself.

      Because of the economic crisis, all the other engineers resigned. His boss was able to just keep two employees: my husband and another Indian lady who works as Solder. Last 2008 & 2009, their company couldn’t make enough income that his boss had owed him almost $50,000.00. His boss also couldn’t pay the other Indian lady appropriately. But the Indian lady has an American citizenship and a husband who also works hence they get by.

      He just have a working visa and he’s been living and working here for 8 years now. We just got married early this year and I still let him manage the finances. I just ask him for the budget for the groceries. The rest of the expenses, like travel trips and clothes, gas, electricity, he manages by himself. Our house is already on short sale and we’ll have to move to an apartment next month. I don’t ask a lot since I know his financial condition. But i want to finally step in and help him with our finances but the problem is there is almost nothing to save since instead of getting his full salary which is supposed to be at least $5,000.00 a month, his boss would often just give him $2,000.00 or even less than that such as $500.00 a month. A lot of times his boss had failed to pay his taxes too and he resolved that with his lawyer which compelled his boss to pay later. I told him it shows that his boss doesn’t respect their needs, his boss could go through with his life and let his people sacrifice on their own. The guy had so much debt to take care of plus a growing family, they have two very young kids and this guy already reached 50 years old.

      I tried to tell him that it shouldn’t be tolerated and that at least he should have some assurance that his boss will give these salaries but he doesn’t have much proof, his boss pays him in cash instead of check and he doesn’t monitor how much his boss has been giving him, he told me a lot of their conversation regarding this is stored in his emails. He knows that his boss is abusing him but he always give him another chance. We are planning to review how much was actually paid this month after his contract.

      Besides, he doesn’t have a Greencard yet, and his boss told him that they will apply for it this year after they finish their project, hence my husband refrains to argue with him whenever his boss just give him some money. But his work status is affecting us, we couldn’t save anything due that no money is coming. He has some investments from his parents but we don’t wanna use that money. His boss has also been lying to us, he would tell my husband that his salary has been deposited when it actually was not.

      I wanted to help with the finances but couldn’t work yet because of my visa. One Spanish real estate company hired me here but I didn’t take the job because he couldn’t sponsor my change of visa. I wanted to work to help him out but I know that’s not the right solution. The problem is for his boss to give him back all the due payments and give his salaries properly and on time.

      He tried to apply for some jobs but most of the time the company would reject him because they cant sponsor his visa. Besides, he really want to believe his boss would keep his words about applying for his Greencard.

      Can we be assured we can make this man would pay us back what he owns my husband?
      What do we need to prepare if we decide to file suit against this man?

    • Wooooody says:

      August 10th, 2012 at 1:02 am

      I have been working for a methodist church in fairfield county, CT for the past 5 years. This church has also sponsored my 2 visas( H-1B first then R-1 currently) so that I could work for them legally. However, the pastor of this church is simply an impossible, controlling, nasty, spiteful and vicious person to work for. The director of music who worked there before me couldn’t take this woman’s abuse any more that he resigned. I still remember how much this pastor bad-mouthed about this kid when I first started working there. Anyhow, in the past 2 and half years it has been quite unbearable for me but I stayed because I need to have this visa as pathway to my greencard application in the near future. Every year since 2008, there were abuses/bullying/drama melt down that this sick-minded woman made me go through. Fastforward to just two months ago, right after Easter(and we had a fabulous Easter season in terms of music for the services), the Staff-Parish Relations called a meeting and fired me without any warning, claiming that they can fire me any time for any reason as CT is an “at will” state when it comes to employment practice. However, in my contract, it’s clearly stated that the Staff-Parish Relations committee is supposed to give me annual job performance review, and those in charge of the committee had NEVER given me any review, whether verbal or written. Plus, from the first day I starte working there, we NEVER have had any staff meeting. The pastor treats the paid employees there with her sarcastic sneer, ‘passive-agressive” attitude, her retaliatory reaction to anything that she’s not happy about, and her lies to set up traps to get someone fired.
      Here are the details of this situation, please let me know if you think that I have a case to sue them for additional severance/rehiring:

      The Church’s reasons for firing me:
      1. Complaints from the choir members(in form of emails and letters solicited by and written to the chair person of the church’s Staff-Parish Relation board) in the month of April, 2011, though no one ever informed me of these complaints prior to the meeting when they fired me.
      2. Tardiness: I live an hour away from this church and for the past 5 years(and approx. 240 services total), in average I was late for the services due to weather, traffic and weather or health reasons for about less than 2 times per year.

      Because of the restrictive nature of the visa, I can’t just go find another job at any church. To comply with the immigration laws, I can only find a new sponsoring church within the united methodist churches in the U.S and whoever wants to hire me will have to agree to sponsor my visa petition that would take at least 6 months to complete. And that’s not counting the time any church would need to know me as a musician, leader and a worker to feel comfortable with the sponsorship.
      Please let me know what your honest and professional opinion and suggestions are about this, thanks in advance

    • Mike says:

      August 10th, 2012 at 1:42 am

      My husband, now 30 yrs of age, is an Indian citizen who works as an engineer/hardware designer for almost four years for a US company that’s owned by a British guy. Last year my husband told me that he’s not getting his complete salary and the boss already owes him as much as $50,000.00. From another state (San Jose), he moved into this California company in 2006, he told me how his boss promised to take care of his housing here but it didn’t happen since he arrived and he had to figure out the housing by himself and pay for it himself.

      Because of the economic crisis, all the other engineers resigned. His boss was able to just keep two employees: my husband and another Indian lady who works as Solder. Last 2008 & 2009, their company couldn’t make enough income that his boss had owed him almost $50,000.00. His boss also couldn’t pay the other Indian lady appropriately. But the Indian lady has an American citizenship and a husband who also works hence they get by.

      He just have a working visa and he’s been living and working here for 8 years now. We just got married early this year and I still let him manage the finances. I just ask him for the budget for the groceries. The rest of the expenses, like travel trips and clothes, gas, electricity, he manages by himself. Our house is already on short sale and we’ll have to move to an apartment next month. I don’t ask a lot since I know his financial condition. But i want to finally step in and help him with our finances but the problem is there is almost nothing to save since instead of getting his full salary which is supposed to be at least $5,000.00 a month, his boss would often just give him $2,000.00 or even less than that such as $500.00 a month. A lot of times his boss had failed to pay his taxes too and he resolved that with his lawyer which compelled his boss to pay later. I told him it shows that his boss doesn’t respect their needs, his boss could go through with his life and let his people sacrifice on their own. The guy had so much debt to take care of plus a growing family, they have two very young kids and this guy already reached 50 years old.

      I tried to tell him that it shouldn’t be tolerated and that at least he should have some assurance that his boss will give these salaries but he doesn’t have much proof, his boss pays him in cash instead of check and he doesn’t monitor how much his boss has been giving him, he told me a lot of their conversation regarding this is stored in his emails. He knows that his boss is abusing him but he always give him another chance. We are planning to review how much was actually paid this month after his contract.

      Besides, he doesn’t have a Greencard yet, and his boss told him that they will apply for it this year after they finish their project, hence my husband refrains to argue with him whenever his boss just give him some money. But his work status is affecting us, we couldn’t save anything due that no money is coming. He has some investments from his parents but we don’t wanna use that money. His boss has also been lying to us, he would tell my husband that his salary has been deposited when it actually was not.

      I wanted to help with the finances but couldn’t work yet because of my visa. One Spanish real estate company hired me here but I didn’t take the job because he couldn’t sponsor my change of visa. I wanted to work to help him out but I know that’s not the right solution. The problem is for his boss to give him back all the due payments and give his salaries properly and on time.

      He tried to apply for some jobs but most of the time the company would reject him because they cant sponsor his visa. Besides, he really want to believe his boss would keep his words about applying for his Greencard.

      Can we be assured we can make this man would pay us back what he owns my husband?
      What do we need to prepare if we decide to file suit against this man?

    • Scott W says:

      August 30th, 2012 at 1:39 pm

      My husband, now 30 yrs of age, is an Indian citizen who works as an engineer/hardware designer for almost four years for a US company that’s owned by a British guy. Last year my husband told me that he’s not getting his complete salary and the boss already owes him as much as $50,000.00. From another state (San Jose), he moved into this California company in 2006, he told me how his boss promised to take care of his housing here but it didn’t happen since he arrived and he had to figure out the housing by himself and pay for it himself.

      Because of the economic crisis, all the other engineers resigned. His boss was able to just keep two employees: my husband and another Indian lady who works as Solder. Last 2008 & 2009, their company couldn’t make enough income that his boss had owed him almost $50,000.00. His boss also couldn’t pay the other Indian lady appropriately. But the Indian lady has an American citizenship and a husband who also works hence they get by.

      He just have a working visa and he’s been living and working here for 8 years now. We just got married early this year and I still let him manage the finances. I just ask him for the budget for the groceries. The rest of the expenses, like travel trips and clothes, gas, electricity, he manages by himself. Our house is already on short sale and we’ll have to move to an apartment next month. I don’t ask a lot since I know his financial condition. But i want to finally step in and help him with our finances but the problem is there is almost nothing to save since instead of getting his full salary which is supposed to be at least $5,000.00 a month, his boss would often just give him $2,000.00 or even less than that such as $500.00 a month. A lot of times his boss had failed to pay his taxes too and he resolved that with his lawyer which compelled his boss to pay later. I told him it shows that his boss doesn’t respect their needs, his boss could go through with his life and let his people sacrifice on their own. The guy had so much debt to take care of plus a growing family, they have two very young kids and this guy already reached 50 years old.

      I tried to tell him that it shouldn’t be tolerated and that at least he should have some assurance that his boss will give these salaries but he doesn’t have much proof, his boss pays him in cash instead of check and he doesn’t monitor how much his boss has been giving him, he told me a lot of their conversation regarding this is stored in his emails. He knows that his boss is abusing him but he always give him another chance. We are planning to review how much was actually paid this month after his contract.

      Besides, he doesn’t have a Greencard yet, and his boss told him that they will apply for it this year after they finish their project, hence my husband refrains to argue with him whenever his boss just give him some money. But his work status is affecting us, we couldn’t save anything due that no money is coming. He has some investments from his parents but we don’t wanna use that money. His boss has also been lying to us, he would tell my husband that his salary has been deposited when it actually was not.

      I wanted to help with the finances but couldn’t work yet because of my visa. One Spanish real estate company hired me here but I didn’t take the job because he couldn’t sponsor my change of visa. I wanted to work to help him out but I know that’s not the right solution. The problem is for his boss to give him back all the due payments and give his salaries properly and on time.

      He tried to apply for some jobs but most of the time the company would reject him because they cant sponsor his visa. Besides, he really want to believe his boss would keep his words about applying for his Greencard.

      Can we be assured we can make this man would pay us back what he owns my husband?
      What do we need to prepare if we decide to file suit against this man?

    • Coffee t says:

      August 31st, 2012 at 2:28 am

      I just started a job as an awake overnight resident aide. Basically the only requirement is that I stay awake. I can do whatever I want while I’m there (internet, tv, etc) and while my resident is sleeping. I am there from 11pm- 9am. Shes already in bed when I get there and doesn’t wake up until 7:30. My brother was telling me about his friend who filled out online surveys for extra cash. I know that it wont be very much money, but as long as I have to be awake and have nothing to do I might as well make some extra money.

      Does anyone know a good way to go about this? I have been filling out various survey websites but it doesn’t seem as though I qualify to take any surveys at all. Instead I am just filling out endless forms which seem to redirect to separate companies and never seem to be completed. After I fill out a questionnaire, it says I don’t qualify. I’ve been trying to figure this out since 11. So far I’ve made like $7 (and 5 of that was a sign on bonus) Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

      What websites have you had success with? Right now I’m signed up for about 10… I don’t know where to start. I tried to do a bit of research but all the review websites seem to be sponsored by survey sites themselves.

      Thanks!!!!

    • mmminja says:

      August 31st, 2012 at 3:41 am

      ______FINANCIAL EVIDENCE:__________________________________________
      NVC has completed the review of this case. However, our review of the
      I-864, I-864EZ, I-864W or I-864A (if applicable) Affidavit of Support form
      and supporting documents that you have submitted indicates that there is
      still some missing documentation.
      We are sending you the attached checklist, which indicates which
      documents are still missing. You should obtain these documents and
      forward them to the visa applicant so they may be presented at the final
      interview. The applicant must present all required forms and documents,
      including the missing items to the Consular officer at the visa interview.
      Please pay specific attention to questions marked in the attached I-864,
      I-864EZ, I-864W or I-864A checklist.
      Failure to present the missing items indicated and/or to make the
      necessary corrections at the visa interview could result in a denial or delay
      in obtaining a visa for the sponsored applicant.
      If you need a new I-864 form, please visit the Department of State website
      at the following address: http://www.ImmigrantVisas.state.gov and read the
      Affidavit of Support (I-864) instructions. From there you can fill out the
      form online and print it to send to the visa applicant for the interview.
      You will be notified when an interview has been set. Do not contact
      post regarding your interview date until you have been notified.
      ‡Checklist for I-864A
      NVC has reviewed the financial evidence submitted. However, additional information is required to
      complete the financial evidence review. The checklist below indicates missing or incomplete
      documents. In order to make corrections you will need to download a new form at
      http://www.ImmigrantVisas.state.gov. You will need to complete and submit a new form with the changes
      noted below. Please provide all requested documents and refer to page two for mailing instructions.

      [ ] A photocopy of the principal applicant’s I-864A is required for each accompanying dependent listed
      in Part 3 of the I-864 and Part 2 f the I-864A. Copies of supporting documents are not required for
      accompanying dependents.
      [ ] ___________________________________ (household member) must complete and submit an I-864A.
      [ ] This form must be completed by typewriter or in blue or black ink.
      Forms Missing or Incomplete
      [ ] We are missing form I-864A from ___________________________________. Please have all
      necessary items corrected and forward it to the visa applicant so it may be presented at their final
      interview. If you need a new form, please go to http://Travel.state.gov/visa/visa_4354.html to
      download a new form and complete instructions.
      [ ] We are missing form I-864A from ___________________________________. If you need a form,
      please go to http://Travel.state.gov/visa/visa_4354.html to download a new form and complete
      instructions.
      [x] If you have returned your original form to us, these are the items that are still incorrect or missing.
      If you need another form, please visit http://Travel.state.gov/visa/visa_4354.html to download a new
      form and complete instructions.
      Supporting Documents missing or incomplete
      [ ] You as a household member have not provided proof of your relationship to the sponsor.
      [ ] It appears that there is no proof of current employment (a recently dated job letter or pay stub), or
      self-employment status (a recently dated letter on business letterhead or a business license).
      [ ] A written statement/explanation is required if you are/have been unemployed, retired or dependent
      as to why tax returns were not filed.
      [ ] The listed income tax documents/IRS statements for the years marked below are missing/incomplete
      (if you have lost any of the requested tax information, contact your local IRS office to obtain a copy)
      (Only Federal returns (not state or local) are acceptable unless the sponsor’s income was earned in Puerto
      Rico.):
      • Schedules are missing for the year(s): [ ] 2008 [ ] 2007 [ ] 2006 [ ] 2005.
      • Federal income tax returns, literal printouts from IRS (RTFTP) or a Letter 1722 issued by the IRS
      are missing/incomplete for the year(s): [ ] 2008 [ ] 2007 [ ] 2006 [ ] 2005.
      • W-2 forms are missing/incomplete for the year(s): [ ] 2008 [ ] 2007 [ ] 2006 [ ] 2005.
      [ ] You have not enclosed an explanation of why you were not required to file income taxes under
      Federal tax laws for any/all of the 3 most recent tax years. Residence outside of the U.S. or retirement
      does not exempt a U.S. Citizen or LPR from filing a Federal tax return. Individuals who were required to
      file Federal returns but failed to do so are advised to file late returns.
      [ ] You must provide a copy of your most recent tax return from the country in which you filed if you
      are exempt from filing income taxes under U.S. Federal tax laws for the most recent tax year.
      [ ] You have not attached the proof of ownership and value of each of the following assets:
      [ ] Savings/checking accounts [ ] Real Est

    • supernerd567 says:

      September 11th, 2012 at 2:55 am

      I have been working for a methodist church in fairfield county, CT for the past 5 years. This church has also sponsored my 2 visas( H-1B first then R-1 currently) so that I could work for them legally. However, the pastor of this church is simply an impossible, controlling, nasty, spiteful and vicious person to work for. The director of music who worked there before me couldn’t take this woman’s abuse any more that he resigned. I still remember how much this pastor bad-mouthed about this kid when I first started working there. Anyhow, in the past 2 and half years it has been quite unbearable for me but I stayed because I need to have this visa as pathway to my greencard application in the near future. Every year since 2008, there were abuses/bullying/drama melt down that this sick-minded woman made me go through. Fastforward to just two months ago, right after Easter(and we had a fabulous Easter season in terms of music for the services), the Staff-Parish Relations called a meeting and fired me without any warning, claiming that they can fire me any time for any reason as CT is an “at will” state when it comes to employment practice. However, in my contract, it’s clearly stated that the Staff-Parish Relations committee is supposed to give me annual job performance review, and those in charge of the committee had NEVER given me any review, whether verbal or written. Plus, from the first day I starte working there, we NEVER have had any staff meeting. The pastor treats the paid employees there with her sarcastic sneer, ‘passive-agressive” attitude, her retaliatory reaction to anything that she’s not happy about, and her lies to set up traps to get someone fired.
      Here are the details of this situation, please let me know if you think that I have a case to sue them for additional severance/rehiring:

      The Church’s reasons for firing me:
      1. Complaints from the choir members(in form of emails and letters solicited by and written to the chair person of the church’s Staff-Parish Relation board) in the month of April, 2011, though no one ever informed me of these complaints prior to the meeting when they fired me.
      2. Tardiness: I live an hour away from this church and for the past 5 years(and approx. 240 services total), in average I was late for the services due to weather, traffic and weather or health reasons for about less than 2 times per year.

      Because of the restrictive nature of the visa, I can’t just go find another job at any church. To comply with the immigration laws, I can only find a new sponsoring church within the united methodist churches in the U.S and whoever wants to hire me will have to agree to sponsor my visa petition that would take at least 6 months to complete. And that’s not counting the time any church would need to know me as a musician, leader and a worker to feel comfortable with the sponsorship.
      Please let me know what your honest and professional opinion and suggestions are about this, thanks in advance

    • Franklin Bluth says:

      September 11th, 2012 at 8:25 pm

      ______FINANCIAL EVIDENCE:__________________________________________
      NVC has completed the review of this case. However, our review of the
      I-864, I-864EZ, I-864W or I-864A (if applicable) Affidavit of Support form
      and supporting documents that you have submitted indicates that there is
      still some missing documentation.
      We are sending you the attached checklist, which indicates which
      documents are still missing. You should obtain these documents and
      forward them to the visa applicant so they may be presented at the final
      interview. The applicant must present all required forms and documents,
      including the missing items to the Consular officer at the visa interview.
      Please pay specific attention to questions marked in the attached I-864,
      I-864EZ, I-864W or I-864A checklist.
      Failure to present the missing items indicated and/or to make the
      necessary corrections at the visa interview could result in a denial or delay
      in obtaining a visa for the sponsored applicant.
      If you need a new I-864 form, please visit the Department of State website
      at the following address: http://www.ImmigrantVisas.state.gov and read the
      Affidavit of Support (I-864) instructions. From there you can fill out the
      form online and print it to send to the visa applicant for the interview.
      You will be notified when an interview has been set. Do not contact
      post regarding your interview date until you have been notified
      ‡Checklist for I-864A (filed by____________
      NVC has reviewed the financial evidence submitted. However, additional information is required to
      complete the financial evidence review. The checklist below indicates missing or incomplete
      documents. In order to make corrections you will need to download a new form at
      http://www.ImmigrantVisas.state.gov. You will need to complete and submit a new form with the changes
      noted below. Please provide all requested documents and refer to page two for mailing instructions.

      [ ] A photocopy of the principal applicant’s I-864A is required for each accompanying dependent listed
      in Part 3 of the I-864 and Part 2 f the I-864A. Copies of supporting documents are not required for
      accompanying dependents.
      [ ] ___________________________________ (household member) must complete and submit an I-864A.
      [ ] This form must be completed by typewriter or in blue or black ink.
      Forms Missing or Incomplete
      [ ] We are missing form I-864A from ___________________________________. Please have all
      necessary items corrected and forward it to the visa applicant so it may be presented at their final
      interview. If you need a new form, please go to http://Travel.state.gov/visa/visa_4354.html to
      download a new form and complete instructions.
      [ ] We are missing form I-864A from ___________________________________. If you need a form,
      please go to http://Travel.state.gov/visa/visa_4354.html to download a new form and complete
      instructions.
      [x] If you have returned your original form to us, these are the items that are still incorrect or missing.
      If you need another form, please visit http://Travel.state.gov/visa/visa_4354.html to download a new
      form and complete instructions.
      Supporting Documents missing or incomplete
      [ ] You as a household member have not provided proof of your relationship to the sponsor.
      [ ] It appears that there is no proof of current employment (a recently dated job letter or pay stub), or
      self-employment status (a recently dated letter on business letterhead or a business license).
      [ ] A written statement/explanation is required if you are/have been unemployed, retired or dependent
      as to why tax returns were not filed.
      [ ] The listed income tax documents/IRS statements for the years marked below are missing/incomplete
      (if you have lost any of the requested tax information, contact your local IRS office to obtain a copy)
      (Only Federal returns (not state or local) are acceptable unless the sponsor’s income was earned in Puerto
      Rico.):
      • Schedules are missing for the year(s): [ ] 2008 [ ] 2007 [ ] 2006 [ ] 2005.
      • Federal income tax returns, literal printouts from IRS (RTFTP) or a Letter 1722 issued by the IRS
      are missing/incomplete for the year(s): [ ] 2008 [ ] 2007 [ ] 2006 [ ] 2005.
      • W-2 forms are missing/incomplete for the year(s): [ ] 2008 [ ] 2007 [ ] 2006 [ ] 2005.
      [ ] You have not enclosed an explanation of why you were not required to file income taxes under
      Federal tax laws for any/all of the 3 most recent tax years. Residence outside of the U.S. or retirement
      does not exempt a U.S. Citizen or LPR from filing a Federal tax return. Individuals who were required to
      file Federal returns but failed to do so are advised to file late returns.
      [ ] You must provide a copy of your most recent tax return from the country in which you filed if you
      are exempt from filing income taxes under U.S. Federal tax laws for the most recent tax year.
      [ ] You have not attached the proof of ownership and value of each of the following assets:
      [ ] Savings/checking

    • Terrence says:

      September 13th, 2012 at 2:35 pm

      I’m a sophomore in high school, and I want to be an advertiser when I’m older. I thought about majoring in graphic design, but would that really help where I want to go? I want to advertise in magazines mostly for like fashion and beauty products so that I can be creative.
      Also, what classes in high school would help me in college for advertising?

    • slipknot0129 says:

      October 9th, 2012 at 10:23 pm

      If you are an advertising major right now, what sorts of computer skills are beneficial to know? Aside from excel and office in general, is any web programming desired by companies?

    • Matthew David says:

      October 18th, 2012 at 8:53 am

      I’m a blog-ger and a Advertiser just ask me if they can Advertise on my blog on blogger.com, and I want to, but don’t know how to put there banner on my blog. note:I already have a Google AdSense and Google Ad Manager account. Can anyone tell me how to put the banner on blog step by step?

    • Dark_LovexXx says:

      November 2nd, 2012 at 8:53 pm

      Is there a Website where you can input a phone number to receive advertiser calls and surveys.

    • MAK & CHEESE says:

      November 4th, 2012 at 6:27 am

      I just saw an ad on TV for Philadelphia Cream Cheese. The ad had absolutely no sound, but it really was supposed to. So will the TV network reimburse Kraft for the advertisement time or will the network have to re-air the restaurant for free? Maybe some other option?

    • ouch says:

      November 6th, 2012 at 3:45 pm

      I own http://www.exitsports.com, a sports social networking website. How do I get advertisers to advertise on my website? We are growing fast, people are latching on quickly.

    • The Villain says:

      November 6th, 2012 at 4:14 pm

      I’m not an American citizen, but Danish. I have a dream to get a federal job in the US.

    • Taylor2k says:

      November 6th, 2012 at 4:14 pm

      can someone help me how to apply for a tourist visa? what are the things/steps i have to do? what are the documents that i need to come up with? how and where do i get an application form? hoiw much does the entire process cost? do i need to have an american sponsor to apply for a tourist visa?
      oh, I am a filipino citizen and currently living in the philippines. i already have a valid passport.

    • shahrukh says:

      November 14th, 2012 at 9:27 am

      How many unique views does your blog need a day to attract advertisers?

    • sam N says:

      November 15th, 2012 at 3:41 am

      Hello, my question is:

      To be a composer what qualification do you need and can you include examples?

      and another question?

      Can you please explain the links between a broadcaster and a music journalist and how they impact on each other. ( both jobs are important in the music industry.)

    • Mr SoLo DoLo says:

      November 18th, 2012 at 6:54 pm

      I have heard they have to just fill quarterly quotas, they get $2000, and numerous other things. What do they actually get? Also there is a retired soldier at my recruiting office, how does he get paid?

    • ConfusionnaJob says:

      November 22nd, 2012 at 5:31 pm

      I am a criminal justice major and considering becoming a police officer after I graduate w/ my bachelor’s. I am halfway through college and I need a new, better paying job (right now I’m a cashier). Do you think a security agency would hire me? And for anyone who has done this kind of job, what kind of hours are required for part time employees? I have a pretty open schedule during the summer and during the fall semester, but I am going to be taking 18 credit hours this fall. Would it be too many hours?

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