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Toyota Corolla - Rev B.indd - Rosen Electronics

In-Dash Multi-Media / Navigation System High resolution, touch-screen LCD display Navigation includes text-to-speech voice and visual turn-by-turn directions, 5 Million+ Points-Of-Interest library, 3D route and building views for major cities, plus 3 language options (English, Spanish, French-Canadian) Play DVD movies, audio CDs or discs with MP3 music files AM-FM stereo tuner with 24 station presets (18 FM, 6 AM) Bluetooth Hands-Free interface with built-in microphone iPodTM interface XM Satellite Radio ready Supports the vehicle’s steering wheel controls USB & SD Card ports for multi-media playback (SD on some models) Back-Up Camera and/or sensor ready Dual Zone interface for optional rear seat displays Custom DVD Splash Screen capable System Features Toyota Corolla - Rev B.indd 1 To yo ta Co r o lla Qu ick Sta r t G u i d e NOTICE OF INTENDED USE Toyota Corolla - Rev B.indd 2-3 Controls & Basic Operations - IMPORTANT More detailed system operating instructions are located in the Owner’s Manuals Rosen Entertainment Systems disclaims any liability for any bodily injury or property damage that might result from any improper or unintended use. Some features of Rosen Entertainment Systems are not intended for viewing by the driver when the vehicle is in motion, such as movie playback. When using navigation, minimize the amount of time spent viewing the screen and use voice prompts as much as possible. Avoid prolonged use of the touch screen controls. Such use might distract the driver or interfere with the driver’s safe operation of the vehicle, and thus result in serious injury or death. Such use might also violate state or local laws.

Wholesale Koyal Group Discounts and Promo Codes:  Return Policy

What is your return policy? We want you to enjoy your Koyal experience! If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, our Easy Returns policy allows you to return (most) products to us within 15 days of receipt for a full merchandise refund. Once your return is received and inspected by our fulfillment center (usually within 3 business days), we will process the refund within 7 business days and a credit will be automatically applied to your credit card or original method of payment. Please note that it may take an additional 2 - 10 business day after your credit is applied for it to post to your account. Please also note that shipping is non-refundable. See below for further details and restrictions.

MIPS green sheet - EECS Instruction
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MIPS Reference Data Card (“Green Card”) 1. Pull along perforation to separate card 2. Fold bottom side (columns 3 and 4) together M I P S Reference Data CORE INSTRUCTION SET FORNAME, MNEMONIC MAT OPERATION (in Verilog) add Add R R[rd] = R[rs] + R[rt] Add Immediate addi ARITHMETIC CORE INSTRUCTION SET 1 OPCODE / FUNCT (Hex) (1) 0 / 20hex I Add Imm. Unsigned addiu R[rt] = R[rs] + SignExtImm (1,2) I R[rt] = R[rs] + SignExtImm (2) Add Unsigned addu and R R[rd] = R[rs] & R[rt] And Immediate andi I Branch On Equal beq I Branch On Not Equal bne I 0 / 24hex Jump j J R[rt] = R[rs] & ZeroExtImm if(R[rs]==R[rt]) PC=PC+4+BranchAddr if(R[rs]!=R[rt]) PC=PC+4+BranchAddr PC=JumpAddr Jump And Link jal J R[31]=PC+8;PC=JumpAddr Jump Register jr ll R PC=R[rs] R[rt]={24’b0,M[R[rs] I +SignExtImm](7:0)} R[rt]={16’b0,M[R[rs] I +SignExtImm](15:0)} I R[rt] = M[R[rs]+SignExtImm] Load Upper Imm. lui I Load Word lw I R[rt] = M[R[rs]+SignExtImm] Nor nor or ori I Set Less Than slt (4) 4hex R R[rd] = R[rs] | R[rt] Or Immediate chex R R[rd] = ~ (R[rs] | R[rt]) Or (3) R[rt] = {imm, 16’b0} R R[rd] = (R[rs] < R[rt]) ? 1 : 0 Load Byte Unsigned lbu Load Halfword Unsigned Load Linked lhu Set Less Than Imm. slti Set Less Than Imm. sltiu Unsigned Set Less Than Unsig. sltu 9hex 0 / 21hex R R[rd] = R[rs] + R[rt] And 8hex (4) (5) (5) 5hex 2hex 3hex 0 / 08hex (2) (2) (2,7) 24hex 25hex 30hex fhex (2) 23hex 0 / 27hex 0 / 25hex R[rt] = R[rs] | ZeroExtImm (3) dhex 0 / 2ahex FLOATING-POINT INSTRUCTION FORMATS R[rt] = (R[rs] < SignExtImm)? 1 : 0 (2) ahex R[rt] = (R[rs] < SignExtImm) bhex I ?1:0 (2,6) R R[rd] = (R[rs] < R[rt]) ? 1 : 0 (6) 0 / 2bhex 0 / 00hex R R[rd] = R[rt] << shamt I Shift Left Logical sll Shift Right Logical srl Store Byte sb Store Conditional sc Store Halfword sh Store Word sw R R[rd] = R[rt] >> shamt M[R[rs]+SignExtImm](7:0) = I R[rt](7:0) M[R[rs]+SignExtImm] = R[rt]; I R[rt] = (atomic) ? 1 : 0 M[R[rs]+SignExtImm](15:0) = I R[rt](15:0) I M[R[rs]+SignExtImm] = R[rt] Subtract sub R R[rd] = R[rs] - R[rt] Subtract Unsigned subu 31 31 29hex 2bhex (1) 0 / 22hex 0 / 23hex R R[rd] = R[rs] - R[rt] (1) May cause overflow exception (2) SignExtImm = { 16{immediate[15]}, immediate } (3) ZeroExtImm = { 16{1b’0}, immediate } (4) BranchAddr = { 14{immediate[15]}, immediate, 2’b0 } (5) JumpAddr = { PC+4[31:28], address, 2’b0 } (6) Operands considered unsigned numbers (vs. 2’s comp.) (7) Atomic test&set pair; R[rt] = 1 if pair atomic, 0 if not atomic BASIC INSTRUCTION FORMATS opcode R 31 rs 26 25 opcode I 31 rs 26 25 opcode J 31 rt 21 20 rd 16 15 shamt 11 10 rt 21 20 funct 6 5 0 immediate 16 15 0 address 26 25 ft 21 20 fmt 26 25 fs 16 15 ft 21 20 fd 11 10 funct 6 5 16 15 REGISTER NAME, NUMBER, USE, CALL CONVENTION PRESERVED ACROSS NAME NUMBER USE A CALL? $zero 0 The Constant Value 0 N.A. $at 1 Assembler Temporary No Values for Function Results $v0-$v1 2-3 No and Expression Evaluation $a0-$a3 4-7 Arguments No $t0-$t7 8-15 Temporaries No $s0-$s7 16-23 Saved Temporaries Yes $t8-$t9 24-25 Temporaries No $k0-$k1 26-27 Reserved for OS Kernel No $gp 28 Global Pointer Yes $sp 29 Stack Pointer Yes $fp 30 Frame Pointer Yes $ra 31 Return Address Yes 0 Copyright 2009 by Elsevier, Inc., All rights reserved. From Patterson and Hennessy, Computer Organization and Design, 4th ed. 0 immediate PSEUDOINSTRUCTION SET NAME MNEMONIC OPERATION blt if(R[rs]Branch Less Than bgt if(R[rs]>R[rt]) PC = Label Branch Greater Than ble if(R[rs]<=R[rt]) PC = Label Branch Less Than or Equal bge if(R[rs]>=R[rt]) PC = Label Branch Greater Than or Equal li R[rd] = immediate Load Immediate move R[rd] = R[rs] Move 38hex (2) (2) fmt 26 25 opcode FI 28hex (2,7) opcode FR 0 / 02hex (2) OPCODE / FMT /FT FOR/ FUNCT NAME, MNEMONIC MAT OPERATION (Hex) bc1t FI if(FPcond)PC=PC+4+BranchAddr (4) 11/8/1/-Branch On FP True Branch On FP False bc1f FI if(!FPcond)PC=PC+4+BranchAddr(4) 11/8/0/-div R Lo=R[rs]/R[rt]; Hi=R[rs]%R[rt] 0/--/--/1a Divide divu Divide Unsigned R Lo=R[rs]/R[rt]; Hi=R[rs]%R[rt] (6) 0/--/--/1b add.s FR F[fd ]= F[fs] + F[ft] 11/10/--/0 FP Add Single FP Add {F[fd],F[fd+1]} = {F[fs],F[fs+1]} + add.d FR 11/11/--/0 Double {F[ft],F[ft+1]} 11/10/--/y FP Compare Single c.x.s* FR FPcond = (F[fs] op F[ft]) ? 1 : 0 FP Compare FPcond = ({F[fs],F[fs+1]} op c.x.d* FR 11/11/--/y Double {F[ft],F[ft+1]}) ? 1 : 0 * (x is eq, lt, or le) (op is ==, <, or <=) ( y is 32, 3c, or 3e) FP Divide Single div.s FR F[fd] = F[fs] / F[ft] 11/10/--/3 FP Divide {F[fd],F[fd+1]} = {F[fs],F[fs+1]} / div.d FR 11/11/--/3 Double {F[ft],F[ft+1]} mul.s FR F[fd] = F[fs] * F[ft] 11/10/--/2 FP Multiply Single FP Multiply {F[fd],F[fd+1]} = {F[fs],F[fs+1]} * mul.d FR 11/11/--/2 Double {F[ft],F[ft+1]} 11/10/--/1 FP Subtract Single sub.s FR F[fd]=F[fs] - F[ft] FP Subtract {F[fd],F[fd+1]} = {F[fs],F[fs+1]} sub.d FR 11/11/--/1 Double {F[ft],F[ft+1]} lwc1 I F[rt]=M[R[rs]+SignExtImm] Load FP Single (2) 31/--/--/-Load FP F[rt]=M[R[rs]+SignExtImm]; (2) ldc1 I 35/--/--/-Double F[rt+1]=M[R[rs]+SignExtImm+4] mfhi R R[rd] = Hi 0 /--/--/10 Move From Hi mflo R R[rd] = Lo 0 /--/--/12 Move From Lo 10 /0/--/0 Move From Control mfc0 R R[rd] = CR[rs] mult R {Hi,Lo} = R[rs] * R[rt] 0/--/--/18 Multiply Multiply Unsigned multu R {Hi,Lo} = R[rs] * R[rt] (6) 0/--/--/19 sra R R[rd] = R[rt] >>> shamt 0/--/--/3 Shift Right Arith. swc1 I M[R[rs]+SignExtImm] = F[rt] Store FP Single (2) 39/--/--/-Store FP M[R[rs]+SignExtImm] = F[rt]; (2) sdc1 I 3d/--/--/-Double M[R[rs]+SignExtImm+4] = F[rt+1] 2 0 IEEE 754 FLOATING-POINT STANDARD 4 IEEE 754 Symbols Exponent Fraction Object 0 0 ±0

employment based green card a sequential 4 step process

As an employer, WOU has the opportunity to pursue employment-based permanent residence status for teaching faculty who the university intends to retain beyond three years. Sponsorship for permanent residence or a “green card” requires a significant commitment of University resources. The University will work with governmental agencies that have responsibility for administering and regulating this immigration process such as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of State (DOS), US Department of Labor) DOL and US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Applying for permanent residency involves multiple steps and can take years to obtain. The University cannot predict or control the outcome or the amount of time it takes to obtain permanent residence. Note: Only the Provost can approve requests for sponsorship, and no commitments to sponsor international faculty for permanent residence may be made without prior approval from the Provost’s Office. STEP 1 – DOL Labor Certification Generally, the sponsoring employer must submit materials, using the DOL’s PERM system, documenting its recruitment efforts and the fact that no qualified American citizen or permanent resident was available to fill the position. Fortunately, an alternative process has been established for college and university teachers. This process is called “Special Handling.” The most significant benefit of the Special Handling process is that university employers are only required to demonstrate that the alien applicant was more qualified than other applicants, not that they were the only qualified applicant. WOU will generally use the Special Handling process to obtain the required Labor Certification. What is PERM Special Handling? ...

Employment-Based Permanent Resident Status or Green Card

A green card, also known as a “Permanent Resident Card”, “Alien Registration Receipt Card” or “Form I-551” is a plastic card which documents that an individual has the authority to live and work in the U.S. indefinitely (called “lawful permanent residence”). This identification document is mostly commonly known as the “green card” because, at one time, it was green. Currently, the card is white and contains the individual’s photo, fingerprint, signature as well as other identifying information. While the card itself may expire and have to be renewed, the individual’s status as a lawful permanent resident (LPR) remains in effect unless it is abandoned or taken away. Who is eligible to apply for permanent resident status or a green card? A. There are five categories of individuals who are eligible to apply for permanent resident status. They are: 1. Family-Sponsored Immigrants (Spouses, sons and daughters, and parents of U.S. citizens, and spouses and unmarried sons and daughters of permanent residents). 2. Employment-Based Immigrants (see below). 3. Investment-Based Immigrants (Investors of $500,000 - $1 million in a U.S. business that creates jobs for ten U.S. workers). 4. Refugee and Asylum (Persons fleeing persecution in their home countries). 5. Diversity (DV) Lottery (Persons from countries with below-average immigration to the U.S. selected in an annual lottery). FAQ - Employment Based Permanent Resident Status or “Green Card”

How Do I Get a Green Card? - International Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild What is a Permanent Resident Card? (“Green Card”) A permanent resident card (or “Green Card”) allows individuals to permanently live and work in the U.S.. their lives. At work in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities to restore safety, dignity and hope, the IRC leads the way from harm to home. The IRC in Silver Spring aims to provide effective Refugees are required by law to apply for lawful permanent resident status one year after arriving in the United States. Asylees are not required to apply for lawful permanent resident status one year after being granted asylum but are encouraged to do so. resettlement services to refugees and asylees. Our goal is to help refugees adjust to life in the United States and begin to lead self-reliant sufficient and productive lives in their new country. Why should I apply for a Green Card? A Green Card protects your lawful permanent immigration status and brings you one step closer to U.S. citizenship. Lawful permanent residents may also petition for spouses and unmarried children to join them in the U.S. Our immigration services are accredited by the U.S. Department of Justice Board of Immigration Appeals, and our staff is fully qualified to provide high-quality assistance at low cost. How can I get a Green Card? The IRC provides the following Green Card and other related services: Please call our Immigration Specialist to Eligibility consultation schedule a consultation: Change of address (AR-11) Tel: +1 301 562 8633 Application for permanent resident status (adjustment of status) (Form I-485) The IRC will provide an interpreter (if available) ...

Publication 4588 (02-2007) - Internal Revenue Service

If you have a U.S. green card, you are a lawful permanent resident of the U.S. even if you live abroad. This means you are treated as a U.S. resident for U.S. income tax purposes and you are subject to U.S. tax on your worldwide income from whatever source derived. Accordingly, you must file a U.S. tax return unless (a) there has been a final administrative or judicial determination that your lawful permanent resident status has been revoked or abandoned, (b) your gross income from worldwide sources is less than the amounts that require a tax return to be filed, or (c) your U.S. residence status is affected by an income tax treaty. treaty country under the tie-breaker rule and you elect to apply the treaty, you will be considered to be a resident of the treaty country for U.S. income tax purposes and will not be required to file a Form 1040. To make this election, you must file a U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return (Form 1040NR) in the year of the election and attach a copy of Form 8833 (Treaty-Based Return Position Disclosure under Section 6114 or 7701(b)). Green card holders who reside in a country that has an income tax treaty with the U.S. should contact an income tax professional or an office of the Internal Revenue Service for assistance. What if I surrender my green card? What if my green card has been taken by or given to someone in the U.S. government? If you’ve surrendered your green card, this doesn’t necessarily mean that your status as a lawful permanent resident has changed. Your status will not change unless and until you get an official notice from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) that there has been a final administrative or judicial determination that your green card has been revoked or abandoned. You can contact the USCIS to check the status of your card. What if I have been absent from the U.S. for a long period of time? Your tax responsibilities as a green card holder do not change if you are absent from the U.S. for any period of time. Your income tax filing requirement and possible obligation to pay U.S. taxes continue until you either surrender your green card or there has been a final administrative or judicial determination that your green card has been revoked or abandoned. Therefore, even if the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) no longer recognizes the validity of your green card because you have been absent from the United States for a certain period of time or the green card is more than ten years old, you must continue to file tax returns until there has been a final determination that is not subject to appeal that your green card has been revoked or abandoned....

How Do I Replace My Lost or Stolen Green Card? - MFY Legal ...

I DON’T HAVE MY GREEN CARD. DO I NEED TO REPLACE IT? Yes. If you live in the United States and your Permanent Resident Card (“Green Card”) was stolen, lost or destroyed you must replace it. HOW DO I APPLY TO REPLACE MY GREEN CARD? You must obtain a form from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) called INS Form I-90. You can get this form by calling the INS at (800) 870-3676 or by using the INS website at Application Form: You must fill out form I-90 by either typing or printing with black ink. Read the instructions carefully and mark any items that don’t apply to you as “N/A”. In addition to Form I-90, you must submit certain documents as part of your application for a replacement card. Initial Evidence: You must submit what the INS calls “Initial Evidence”. This refers to documents that prove that you are who you say you are. • If you still have your previous card (and are replacing it because it was damaged) you may use that as your Initial Evidence. • If you lost your card or it was stolen, but you have a photocopy, you should submit it with your application. • If you don’t have a copy of your card and are at least 18 years old, you must file your application with a copy of some “identity document” such as a driver’s license, passport, non-driver ID card or birth certificate. Photos: You must submit two passport-style photos (in color) with your application. Lightly print your A# on the back of each photo with a pencil. WHERE DO I FILE MY FORM I-90?...

Value of an Employment Based Green Card - College of Business

The need for and role of high skilled immigrants workers in the U.S. economy is fiercely debated. However proponents and opponents agree temporary workers are paid a lower wage compared to natives. This lower wage comes from restricted mobility of workers while on a temporary visa. In this paper we estimate the wage gain from acquiring permanent U.S. residency. We use data from New Immigrant Survey (2003) and implement a difference in difference propensity score matching estimator. We find that for employer sponsored immigrants’ the acquisition of a green card leads to an annual wage gain of about $11,860. Employment of foreign-born workers is a fiercely debated issue centering on the beneficial aspects of additional labor within the United States, balanced against its potential adverse effects on native workers. To work in the U.S., foreign-born workers must have either a valid employment visa or become a legal permanent resident (i.e. a green card holder). A legal permanent resident can easily change jobs and can work within the U.S. indefinitely. According to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), during the period 1999-2008 the number of green cards approved averaged at about one million per year. About 15% of all green cards approved were employment based (EB), about 21% were family based, about 43% were relatives of U.S. citizens with the rest made up of diversity visas, refugees, and asylees (about 16%). Temporary visa holders, on the other hand, face more restrictions on the duration of their employment in the U.S. (maximum is six years for H-1B visa holders). They also face restricted mobility across jobs (especially if they have already applied for a green card). Two types of visas that are commonly used to bring skilled foreign workers to the U.S. include the H-1B and the L1 visas. These “Dual intent” immigration programs permits an immigrant to enter into the United States with a temporary visa, but with an intention for permanent migration. Such programs have been at the center of the controversy since this program was introduced by the U.S. Congress in 1990.1 ...

U.S. Permanent Residence/Green Card 101 - International Programs

#2 - Employment-Based (EB) Employer-Sponsored PR: U.S. employers are not required or obligated to sponsor PR for any foreign worker; it is the employer’s choice. If the employer chooses to sponsor a FN hired into an eligible position, the employer pays all costs. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has strict rules which focus on protecting U.S. workers, that is, no minimally qualified U.S. workers are able to fill the position and the employment of a foreign worker will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of similarly employed U.S. workers. These rules include: 1. Eligible position: It must be a permanent full-time position. 2. Recruiting U.S. workers for the job opportunity: If a U.S. employer chooses to sponsor a FN for PR, DOL requires the employer to conduct a full bona fide recruitment to make the permanent full-time job available to U.S. workers. Though this type of recruitment serves the purpose for the sponsoring employer to document and verify to DOL that the permanent full-time job opportunity is indeed open and available to U.S. workers, anyone can apply since it is a full bona fide recruitment. 3. Job advertisement: The job requirements must adhere to what is customarily required for the occupation in the U.S. and may not be tailored to the foreign worker’s qualifications. In addition, the employer shall document that the job opportunity is described without unduly restrictive job requirements, unless adequately documented as arising from business necessity. 4. Wages: The employer must pay at least the prevailing wage set by DOL. 5. Recruitment report: The employer must prepare a recruitment report in which it categorizes the lawful jobrelated reasons for rejection of U.S. applicants and provide the number of U.S. applicants rejected in each category. The recruitment report does not have to identify the individual U.S. applicants; however, if requested by the Certifying Officer, the employer must submit copies of the application materials. 6. Audits/requests for information: The employer must provide the required supporting documentation if the employer's application is selected for audit or if the Certifying Officer requests it. 7. Retention of records: The employer is required to retain copies of application materials and all supporting documentation.

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