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    1. Algernon Says:

      I think I would be insulted to know that what is my culture and ability to adapt, is classified by you as “subsistence” culture. As recently as the early and mid 19th century, American Anglo’s and currently many Native Americans, sent and send their children to live with relatives and boarding schools because it is easier for daily transport, ease of gaining education for the kids, and is the closest or most convenient method of schooling and following manmade law.
      My grandparents and my inlaws parents had many children and loaned thier kids out to fellow farmers and ranchers and relatives, so they could help and work and learn work ethic and family contribution and support, through fostering etc. Yes it was economically beneficial sometimes, sometimes it was just known as family culture. But, few would have been proud to know that
      the government called them poor or “subsistent” because they were a low income or rural, below the poverty line community.
      The census appears to have become a method for dividing up the money more than a method of counting citizens who vote for redistricting. The alternate problem with the issue you discribe is how will you determine that the kids are not claimed twice, in both households, causing the count to be as biased in the number, as you discribe could cause a lower count? You give the problem without the solution. The same issue arises with counting the illegal or asking the specific number of Hispanics and not specifically asking how many are directly from Cuba or Mexico. Some that realize they get more money for Hispanic education by claiming distant Mexican/Spanish/Cuban
      ancestry, even though their kids are in foster or never in the home, do often claim children, grandchildren or foster kids, so that the count is enlarged. A better question would be “how many non English speakers” live full time in this house. With no ethnic or racial data collected.
      If Brown vs the Board of Education, was determined for equal opportunity in
      education, the current counting and doling out of education money and grants
      using the census figures, has totally created a UNEQUAL distribution of
      educational dollars in grants, budgets and Medicaid funding. Another good question would be to ask how many pay into Social Security and Medicare, in the household. You wouldnt have to ask Social Security numbers to get a handle on how many adults work but don’t pay into one of the biggest entitlements. We are supposed to be the Melting Pot, not the divide and conquer, racial and ethnic special interest budgeting nighmare nation.
      The census has become a unequal distribution of wealth, effecting everyone
      including whites, blacks and oriental, due to the current counting of some ethnicity over others, and legalistic inclusion into the count of the major races of people rather than language and citizenship. What reason do you ask about home ownership and renter? Wasnt the original objective to count people?
      Just pointing out that your use of the word “subsistent”, in a friendly narrative of your effort to educate and vist one village, gives a clue to the current objective of dividing up the money and labeling people, over a orginal and national intent to count voters and give power to the people by accurately counting the numbers of possible voters and redistricting.
      The amount of money spent on the website and for educational materials, is also a total waste of money and makes your intent further suspect. The kids arent going to be filling out the census forms, and millions of Americans in one room schools learned the purpose of the census from teachers. In a time of recession and budget cuts, I would suggest your new “educating the kids” expenditure is a truly stupid and expensive idea, with obviously a budget that is way to big!Are you also requiring background and criminal record checks on all the people contracted and paid for census employment? That would be a much better investment of tax dollars.

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      Since the amendment to the validation in the Conveyance name field we have changed the required information we must be supplied to file Mode 30 and 31(Truck). Due to this change we have continued to run into problems with SCAC’s when dealing with these modes. In an effort to try and report the actual SCAC and Carrier Name, and not 99M, we have been requiring the border agents (Mexico) to provide the information prior to our transmitting the EEI. This in and of it self has been a big undertaking because the feed back is always that they don’t have the information till the last minute. That said we have had some luck with getting them to comply but then from time to time we have problems with the SCAC’s.
      Since we are both a forwarder and a broker we have the ability to query ABI (Customs Import System) to validate SCAC’s prior to transmission. We have always done this but with the border crossing we seem to find a lot of SCAC’s that are current and valid in ABI but expired or not valid in AES.
      Just today we queried RLCA in ABI (Customs Import System) to validate it and get the actual carrier name. It came back as a valid SCAC showing “R & L Carriers” so queried the name to see if any other codes came back. The only one was RLCA… We then updated our file with RLCA and transmitted to AES only to have the shipment get rejected because the SCAC was expired. We then updated or EEI to show the Transporting Carrier as 99M and Conveyance Name to R & L Carriers and retransmitted. Once this amendment was done the shipment was accepted and we received or ITN.
      My question is why does AES and Customs maintain two different carrier bases and how can you get AES fixed under both situations (invalid SCAC in AES but valid in ABI and an Expired SCAC in AES)

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    32. Aramis Says:

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    33. Bari Says:

      Dean, If you received a census form at your home, your return will be counted in the jurisdiction where your home is physically located. The 2010 Census mail-out is the largest single delivery ever undertaken by the United States – over 120 million forms were recently mailed. To streamline delivery in a mailing this large, mailing addresses in a particular ZIP code sometimes were all labeled using a single city name that is valid for the ZIP code, even though some people in that area usually receive mail addressed to a different city name. This is not a problem because for many addresses there are multiple city names that are perfectly acceptable for accurate delivery. It will NOT affect which city, town or block your household’s responses will be assigned to when we tabulate census results. The actual physical location of your address has been verified for accuracy. The 20-digit identification number on your form links back to our master address and geographic files where we store the information about the correct geographic location to which your housing unit belongs. This geographic information was verified last year by census workers who physically located each housing unit on the ground and assigned the housing units a “geocode” using special census maps and GPS coordinates. If you received a form at your address, you’re fine. We ask that you please fill it out and mail it back, just as it is. (Please don’t cross out the bar code or the address). We will place your return with the right area. If you got the form, we have coded your house to the right geography. Your actual city will receive the credit for your responses, regardless of what the mailing label says.

    34. Campbell Says:

      In a routed transaction, the FPPI is determining how the goods will be exported from the U.S. Therefore, if the transaction does not meet the definition of how the FTR defines a routed transaction, then the transaction will be considered a standard export transaction. The contract of sale does not determine if the transaction will be routed.
      Also, Per the FTR 30.3(e), Responsibilities of parties in a Routed Transaction, a POA or written authorization must be provided to the authorized agent or the USPPI to file the EEI from the FPPI. Therefore, yes, a POA must be provided to the USPPI from the FPPI to file the AES.

    35. Jaimie Says:

      Well, there goes my recency illusion kicking in again. I wouldn’t have expected to find anyways in 1929. According to the OED, though, it goes back at least to 1865. Dickens, no less.


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