La cuarta transformación es, según el tabasqueño, “convertir la honestidad y la fraternidad en forma de vida y de gobierno.” Y como dijo mi gran maestro “embajador de la poesía y de la congruencia,” Silvio Rodríguez “la era está pariendo un corazón.”
¿Es posible obtener una Mica a través de mi empleador? Sí. Existe un proceso mediante el cual un empleador puede patrocinar a un empleado para obtener una Mica. Ese proceso se llama "Proceso de Certificación Laboral".
Is it possible to get a Green Card through my employer? Yes. There is a process by which an employer can sponsor an employee to obtain a Green Card. That process is called the “Labor Certification Process.”
We Are All Human, the global non-profit organization devoted to championing our common humanity, announced today that it is hosting its first-ever Hispanic Leadership Summit on December 10, 2018, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
The proposed ordinance grants Police Commissioner authority to restrict protests using a “time, place, and manner” criteria in response to recent repeated demonstrations by right-wing Vancouver based group Patriot Prayer and their interactions with counter-demonstrators.
Ismael Cala, life and business strategist, lecturer and author of eight bestsellers on themes of leadership and emotional intelligence, is presenting in November four new programs on his podcast dMENTE Positivo, a space devoted to awakening awareness and personal growth.
"Polis will succeed Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who is term-limited from seeking the office again, and will defeat Republican gubernatorial nominee Walker Stapleton. Oregon Democratic Gov. Kate Brown, who identifies as bisexual, is already the first openly LGBT person to be elected governor. Former New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey came out as gay before he stepped down from office in the early 2000s. Polis was one of several LGBT candidates who ran for governor this cycle, along with Brown in Oregon, Vermont Democrat Christine Hallquist, and Texas Democrat Lupe Valdez."
The Portland City Council morning sessions’ Agenda Item 1173, which sought to authorize the Police Commissioner and Mayor, Ted Wheeler, the authority to order what it described as “content-neutral time, place and manner regulations for demonstrations” failed today in a 2-3 vote.