Joseph R. Biden, Jr. was sworn in on January 20, 2021 as the 46th president of the United States. President Biden started off the first day of his presidency by undoing/withdrawing a lot of Trump’s unduly burdensome Immigration policies. President Biden has signed at least 17 executive orders on the first day many of which... Continue Reading →
90 Days Rule – US Immigration
I have been getting a lot of questions from people about the 90-days rule when filing for adjustment of status. Basically, the 90-days rule has been designed by the USCIS to stop people from using temporary visas for unintended purposes. Visas in the United States can be broadly categorized into two types: Dual IntentSingle Intent... Continue Reading →
Green Card – Immediate Relative
Getting a green card in the USA only means becoming a Permanent resident of the USA and it does not mean becoming a citizen. The most common way of getting a Green card is Family based Green card. This post only talks about Family based Green card when you are an immediate relative of a... Continue Reading →
Made my way through Sedona!
We took the road from Colorado to Nevada, crossing New Mexico and Arizona. We spent a couple of days in Arizona after exploring The white sands National monument in New Mexico. I wanted to stick to Southern Arizona because we were headed to Vegas and did not want a huge detour. All I could see... Continue Reading →
Saguaro National Park – Arizona
We took the road from Colorado to Nevada, crossing New Mexico and Arizona. We spent a couple of days in Arizona after exploring The white sands National monument in New Mexico. I planned on visiting the Sonoran Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park. However, with the tight schedule that we had, we could only make... Continue Reading →
A Miracle of The USA – Puerto Rico
This was a tremendous experience I must tell. A trip that was supposed to be exclusively a bachelorette turned into a girls trip & Bachelorette. Let me tell you - It's not a different country. You don't need a visa if you have a USA Visa and you don't need a passport if you have... Continue Reading →
Governor’s Island – Pumpkin Patch
Hello People. Tell me who doesn't feel like enjoying good weather, especially when one knows that it might be the last weekend before the temperatures go down? This is exactly when I stumbled upon this event at Governor's Island that involved decorating the island with 5000 pumpkins. Then I made an impromptu decision to go to the... Continue Reading →
Global Citizen Festival – 2019
I had been to the Global citizen Festival 2019 recently, which was celebrating 10 years of powering the moment to end extreme poverty.
October is for Pumpkin Picking !
Grabbing a pumpkin from a nearby market is convince. But, visiting a farm on a sunny day, walking through colorful foliage, plucking the perfect apple, picking the best pumpkin, biting a fresh donut, sipping fresh hot cider with family and friends, fills your fall memories and warm moments to get through winter. Initially, when I wrote a post... Continue Reading →
HippoBallerina has found her new home!
So, I follow Misschloenyc who has posed and posted pictures with Ms. Hippo on Instagram. Seeing the cute hippo instantly made me want to go see her. The 2.5 ton-statue, designed by Danish artist Bjørn Okholm Skaarup, was installed across from the Flatiron building on 22nd Street and Broadway. She was across from Lincoln Center way... Continue Reading →