“Another Year has gone and a New Year has begun”

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The year 2017 is coming to an end; it seems that all that’s left to do is plan for New Year’s Eve festivities and New Year’s Resolution for 2018. An end and a beginning isn’t what New Year means because for others, it is continuation of life or as other consider it as a new volume of life.

Surely this day brings opportunities our way, but most of us use these opportunities wrongly. We recall our past, our failures, and our losses instead of waking up every day with a positive attitude, a chance to discover new things, and to learn.

As we enter the New Year, CSI will once again lead the way by helping to educate the Immigrant hopefuls about their available options in applying for working visas and permanent based sponsorship.

A seminar entitled “Building towards your future 2018” on January 19, 2018 from 2:00PM – 4:00PM will be an open discussion with our Vice President, Marge Ordiales; with CSI proven expertise you can remain positive and work harder to achieve better results. Thus, a journey and work in progress, for a better life. Nothing is achieved by a mere luck or quite easily; there is no short cut to success, only through determination and perseverance.

It is good to explore the idea of making these processes known publicly to the population that need more information and guidance in employment sponsorship; to benefit all concerned companies and their workplaces, with the intention of making employment legal and sponsorship processes proper and legitimate.

According to Merriam-Webster, suggested that the first modern New Year’s resolution was first recorded (though satirically) in a publication called “Walker’s Hibernian Magazine” which a list of people were said to have “begun the year with a strong of resolutions, which they all solemnly pledged to keep.” A few years later, a Boston newspaper used the words “new year” and “resolution” together in a January 1 article in which the author believed that there were “multitudes of people” who were “accustomed to receive injunction of New Year’s resolutions.

Written below are the tips that will help you with your 2018 resolutions.

Develop a stronger and better plan; when it comes to New Year’s resolutions, making sure you execute your goals properly, which deserves time and thought.

Simplify; start making a list of things we want to accomplish by the end of the year.  Often times, we get ambitious and before we know it, our list comprises of an overwhelming amount of things we want to achieve.  This makes it harder to stay on track as the months go by.

Don’t be too hard on yourself, but do not take it too easy as well; what matters is what we do when we find ourselves wandering off track.

Get a support system; find someone who is willing to root for you, knows about your goals, and is someone you can check in with and vice versa. Someone who can tell you that you the difference between right or wrong; will humble you need correct yourself, and compliment you when you are doing well!

Rethink New Year’s resolutions; sometimes to successfully reach our goals, we just need a change of perspective or change the way we understand our resolutions.

Commit to what you desire, then begin strategizing and planning. Now is another year, start rebuilding in 2018”

This is your chance to join us and learn more about the most recent and important issues on employment and immigration.


To schedule a free consultation in our Glendale Office, Please call and visit at:


Glendale Branch Office: 100 N. Brand Blvd. 6th floor Glendale, CA 91203; Tel. no. 818 476 0082


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