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Progress in the Spousal Visa Saga

As I had mentioned, I had mailed in the Application for Elena’s Spousal Visa. Well last week I received notice it was received and now to enter the process of review. Once I received this notice, I contacted all the Senators and Congressmen in Nevada for assistance and also contacted the Senator in Florida that assisted me in the past. So far, I have not received any reply from any of them. In addition, last week Elena and...

The In’s and Out’s of a Taxi Driver

There were some comments trying to understand how and what a taxi driver pays and earns driving in Las Vegas. In addition, comments about tipping and what amount should be given in a tip. I will try to explain as the best I can. Of all the different companies in the Valley, some are individually owned and some companies have a few taxi company names under one ownership. The costs and benefits vary per company but overall, the...

First Week Driving a Taxi in Las Vegas

First, I need to apologize for the delays of my writings here, but as you will see, the hours are not beneficial to having much of a life until I get a better shift. I will try to do my best to better chronicle my life in a timelier manner. Well, after all the paper work, drug screening, physical, studying, testing, training, I am finally a Taxi Driver.  My schedule is Saturday through Wednesday from 4:00 am to 4:00 pm. When...

A Sign of Kindness – School Supplies for “My...

In the past, I wrote about a friend of mine, Tom Martin. Tom also comments here every so often. He is also known as Father Tom since he is a retired priest. For all the time I have known Tom, he has always wanted to help people and families in a charitable way. He gives of his heart, soul and pocket and most of the time, what he gets back is hurt. He has been insulted when he gives and gives and then when he offers advice and...