Getting a Green Card in Today’s America: What It Has Taken (pt. 4)

A week, two weeks, a month passed with no update. In late October I scheduled a meeting with the Field Office from sheer impatience. To get an appointment at the USCIS Baltimore Office you have to stay up till midnight and then log into the system at 12:01 am and grab 1 of 40 or … More Getting a Green Card in Today’s America: What It Has Taken (pt. 4)

Getting a Green Card in Today’s America: What It Has Taken (pt. 3)

Politics Affects Individuals Like Us More In September 2018 we received our present from the Trump Administration: we were requested to come in for an intimidating final Green Card Interview at the USCIS Baltimore Field Office with a Case Officer. This is a new step in the process, a true gift from the Government. In … More Getting a Green Card in Today’s America: What It Has Taken (pt. 3)

Getting a Green Card in Today’s America: What It Has Taken (pt. 2)

What is a PERM, you ask, from the previous post? Well, it is from here onwards that begins the next process of trying to take a real shot at the American Dream – The Green Card. To qualify for a Green Card through an employer you need to successfully pass through three successive phases. Without … More Getting a Green Card in Today’s America: What It Has Taken (pt. 2)

The Singles’ Anxiety: An Invisible Pandemic (Part 1)

The South Asians are freaking out. The Lankans are freaking out. The Americans are freaking out. Okay fine, maybe I’m just exaggerating, a bit. Or maybe I’m not. Let me ramble. The girls have it bad. Bad-der, correction. The brown girls have it worse, or what I mean here is everyone from the brown lands … More The Singles’ Anxiety: An Invisible Pandemic (Part 1)

Beyoncé’s "Formation" (2016): Music Review – The Beyoncé Politic

Long time since I did a music video review; but when Queen Bey drops a nuclear musical bomb like this – errbody needs to be on high alert! This is not a drill; this is Code Black. Critics are raving, law enforcement is cringing, Right white conservatives are shrinking, and the black rights movement is … More Beyoncé’s "Formation" (2016): Music Review – The Beyoncé Politic

The Fractured Mind

On a spectrum, I’ve been tossed into happy. Long awaited but not expected, I can feel myself recovering from what has been unveiled to be a once fractured mind. As I walk now, the billowing cold air that sliced at me last winter now feels silky, soothing cinders long burnt by fire. The condition from … More The Fractured Mind

What is the Difference Between White Eggs and Brown Eggs?

pexels.com Nothing! Well, not exactly, but for our consuming purposes, pretty much nothing. Growing up, for some reason I always had this idea that brown eggs were healthier than their pearly white brethren. Their earthy tones, perhaps, symbolized that they were more natural, or less commercialized and bleached similar to white bread and white rice. … More What is the Difference Between White Eggs and Brown Eggs?