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  • django.stone
    11-06 03:43 PM
    If there is a fire in the house regardless of how you arrange furniture at least some of it will get burnt.
    So stop giving advice like these and focus on extinguishing the fire.

    I was not giving advice. I was clearly requesting "Please guys, let's not fight" and trying to divert the conversation to a logical discussion about horizontal spillover helping I & C. My conversation with him did end in a civil manner.

    In the mean time a random passer by like yourselves comes along and stirs the pot again, when the fire was just about to be extinguished. If you don't like my argument, debate it, we all love good debates here and most often we learn from each other. Don't just attack. My only and last post on this topic.





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  • Sheila Danzig
    02-25 09:17 PM
    I apologize. I did not left the default on many of the points. I have changed them now. The questions don't allow for people who are not applying for anything. I did not mean to solicit business. Some of my clients have asked me to post here and clear up some issues. I get 90% of my business from attorneys and employers, not from chat boards.
    We have never taken more than authorized on the card. The form is automated and submitted by the client. We never even see the card #. If anyone has a problem with double submissions (if they hit submit twice) we always credit back.

    You are soliciting business from IV site. You don't have a disclaimer or no shame in doing that. You filled your charge country as UK and pretend to be GC aspirant. You can advertise your thing by paying IV, not by these cheap method of interfering here. I know you suck a big amount from people approching your firm for evaluation and take more amount (than the authorized) from them using the credit card details on file by giving lame excuse. I know many friend burn their hands.





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  • aadimanav
    05-14 08:58 PM
    http://lofgren.house.gov/PRArticle.aspx?NewsID=1912

    Press Release
    Rep. Lofgren Introduces Bill to Retain International Talent
    Bill Would Allow Best and Brightest in STEM Fields to Stay in the United States.May 14, 2008

    Washington, D.C. � Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) recently introduced H.R.6039, which would allow masters and Ph.D. level graduates from U.S. universities in science, technology, engineering, and math to obtain green cards without waiting in long lines, if they have job offers from U.S. employers. The measure enjoys strong bipartisan support, initial co-sponsors include: Reps. Chris Cannon (R-UT), Michael Capuano (D-MA), Chris Carter (R-TX), John Conyers (D-MI), Joseph Crowley (D-NY), Tom Davis (R-VA), Anna Eshoo (D-CA), Wayne Gilchrist (R-MD), Mike Honda (D-CA), Patrick Kennedy (D-RI), Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), Jim McDermott (D-WA), George Miller (D-CA), David Reichert (R-WA), Linda Sanchez (D-CA), Loretta Sanchez (D-CA), John Shadegg (R-AZ), Adam Smith (D-WA), and Ellen Tauscher (D-CA).


    �More than 50% of the graduates from U.S. universities in masters and Ph.D. programs in science and engineering are foreign born,� noted Rep. Zoe Lofgren. �If we want our economy to continue competing in the global market, we have to retain these foreign students so they compete with us instead of against us in other countries. These men and women are the innovators of tomorrow, and we aren�t the only ones looking to retain their talents. Increasingly, employers from Europe, Australia, Canada, and even China and India, are beating U.S. employers for valuable talent. In 2000, for example, 75% of the world�s engineers were hired by U.S. employers�just six years later in 2006, that percentage dropped to 63%. This legislation will give U.S. employers another tool to recruit the world�s best and brightest.�





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  • gcseeker2002
    08-25 05:56 AM
    By law Employer is required to pay for your labor. You cannot pay for your labor application. Employer can ask you to pay for your I140 which cost around 400 but if you go for premium processing you can pay 1000 extra. There is no other cost involved. To port your date your lawyer sends a letter to USCIS requesting them to consider your EB2 I140 instead of your Eb3 140 which results in your successfuly porting with your priority date still being maintained from old labor

    Thanks for the info. But is it really true that by law employer is required to pay for labor ? I think it used to be that only h1b expenses are required to be paid by employer.

    Also, most companies ask for agreements to repay them if we dont stay with them for few years for filing greencard . Is these agreements legal if they ask to repay labor fees ?



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  • Kitiara
    02-07 09:10 AM
    I got another one, I'm catching you up slowly. :evil:

    Very slowly. Er, how long has the voting got left?

    Besides, we've got aaround 40 or so votes, and they're spread over five people, so it would take longer than if it was just between two people. Well, obviously it <i>is</i> between two of you... :) If you took the votes for the mere mortals and added them to you two, then one of you would have crossed the line by now. :beam:





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  • Brightsider
    08-30 09:31 AM
    Most of the state colleges, (In my case, none of the state colleges), including under-grad and medical schools, will accept application, if you do not have GC/ US citizenship. I tried, wrote letters, but of no use.
    You can apply and get admission in private college, which of course cost much more.
    Also, we were not able to take any federal loans.

    You may like to talk to the admissions office of the universities. Last year when my daughter was applying for college, we had to go around and talk to them. Took an appointment and explained the case.
    We had asked only about admissions, resigned to the idea of paying out-of-state tuition. However, this counsellor got in touch with me, once the admission was confirmed, and suggested that I go to the bursar's office for tuition issues. And, there we got the great news that they had changed the rules in 2007, and that AOS candidates qualified for in-state tuition. Later we were able to get the same benefit for my elder daughter who was a senior in another state college.
    Imagine the relief of having to pay in-state after coughing up out-of-state tuition for three years. This happened in Georgia.
    So, to cut a long story short, yes you can be treated as in-state students for admission and tuition purposes. It only needs you to do some research and interacting with the offices. And of course, meeting some good persons. Incidentally, most of the counselors are great.



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  • illinois_alum
    08-12 04:27 PM
    A little unrelated question but couldn't find the the right thread to post it...

    What do you do if while traveling abroad, your GC is lost/stolen? Would the CBP officer at the airport allow you back in on the basis of a photocopy?





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  • ricky
    05-22 02:51 PM
    Here is what you do if the bill passes without amendments:

    Get some sun-tan. Wear a baseball cap. Put in jeans with oil stains and bad quality collarless t-shirt. Grow an untrimmed mustache. Lose the dress shoes and wear cheap jogging shoes.

    Go to the nearest USCIS office (after this bill passes) and say that you have been working off-books illegally at a nearby restaurant since 5 years and now you would like to apply for Z visa.

    They will give you a probationary that will work like an EAD card (maybe better quality than EAD with it being tamper proof and wear proof). In the meantime, once the borders are closed and certain benchmarks are met, you will get Z visa with Advanced parole to replace your probationary card. With that advanced parole you can travel outside and come back in guaranteed (Guaranteed return due to AP). When outside you can file for GC, visit your parents and relatives, spend a few days in vacation and come back with full freedom to work anywhere without LCA restrictions and enjoy the Z visa that you can renew on your own (no need for employer sponsor).

    They will give GC to all Z visa applicants within 5 years thru supplemental increase in GC (based on survey done by DHS). The annual cap will be total Z visa holders divided by 20%. If there are 11 million illegals who end up getting Z visa, the annual cap will be 2.2 million.

    That 2.2 million beats the hell out of the 140,000 we have today for legal skilled immigrants or the 90,000 we will have with this new bill.

    Advantages:

    1. No need to comply to speciality occupation. Work in any line of work.
    2. No need to get labor cert for GC.
    3. No need to depend on employer for temp visas like H1B and GC sponsorship.
    4. More travel flexibility due to advanced parole that comes with Z visa.

    .


    My employer cancelled my H1 visa for the period of 7 months in the year 2005without my knowledge. At that period I was working in a Gas Station. After a hectic bargaining my employer once again renewed by H1 (till now I do not know how he did it) and right now I am legal doing my software job. My perm which was applied in Feb 2006 was approved and my I-140 is pending.

    My question is whether I am eligible to apply for 'Z' Visa??



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  • gottagc
    05-29 05:43 PM
    Looks like we are all frustrated, and it is proving beyond doubts.:(

    It is best to wait for USCIS to announce this. If this is going to be true, then lots of people who had the hopes of applying for their I140 is just gone.

    IV core team, can you please find out more information on this and let the members know.

    :eek:





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  • prioritydate
    09-16 07:42 PM
    Is this a coincidence? Exactly after a month, I had my Green Card in hand. :D



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  • simple1
    09-09 03:08 PM
    I am bumping up this discussion.

    1. After quick scan of PMBOK3, I am unable to find "software project" specific management processes in PMBOK. (except few words here and there).
    2. Few months back, I talk to an Architect who has run through PMBOK. He rates it is closer to junk.
    3. Today, I talked to non PMP "software project" manager. he says PMP is off in most of the areas in SP and not needed.

    Or am I missing some thing?

    Please note: I am not looking for generic management here( I am a MBA thank you ). I am not against reading PMBOK. All I want to know is the relationship between “software project” and PMP and the practical advantage of PMP certificaiton in day2day work.





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  • Legal
    07-25 02:13 PM
    [QUOTE=alterego;267244]I hate to say it but this is starting to sound very much like an Alcoholics anonymous support group session. LOL.QUOTE]


    The titles of some of these threads have entertainment value:).
    Like the one we had recently on "lovebirds separated by the cruelty of USCIS".



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  • eilsoe
    02-03 07:12 AM
    guig0: U posted the final one? Where...?





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  • slowwin
    05-15 05:54 PM
    The Bill says "in a field of science"......which also includes MBA.......

    science is "a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws" OR

    "a particular branch of knowledge." for more definitions check dictionary.com

    It does not matter what the dictionary defines SCIENCE as. STEM degrees are defined by USCIS. OPT extension to 29 months applies to STEM degrees too:mad:



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  • anilsal
    07-27 06:08 PM
    Man u guys are faaaaaaaaaaaast!!!!

    BTW, talking abt F5...I have lost the white ink on the F5 key..its all blank now.....seriously not kidding, and also some dead skin on my index finger.......cheeeeeeeers!!!

    I would love to see your contribution trail in your signature.





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  • aadimanav
    06-12 02:50 PM
    Posting quick links::)

    Panel I:

    Edward Sweeney
    Senior Vice President
    Worldwide Human Resources
    National Semiconductor Corporatio
    http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/Sweeney080612.pdf


    Lee Colby
    Electrical Engineer
    Lee Colby & associates and Past Chair of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Santa Clara Valley Section
    http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/Colby080612.pdf


    John Pearson
    Director of the Bechtel International Center
    Stanford University Association of International Educators
    http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/Pearson080612.pdf


    Yongjie Yang, Ph.D.
    Legal Immigrant Association
    http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/Yang080612.pdf



    Mark Krikorian
    Executive Director
    Center for Immigration Studies
    http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/Krikorian080612.pdf


    Panel II:


    Jana Stonestreet Ph.D., RN
    Chief Nursing Executive
    Baptist Health System
    http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/Stonestreet080612.pdf

    Cheryl A. Peterson, MSN, RN
    Senior Policy Fellow
    American Nurses Association
    http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/Peterson080612.pdf


    Steven Francy
    Executive Director
    RNs Working Together, AFL-CIO
    http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/Francy080612.pdf



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  • ksefiane
    01-22 01:01 PM
    I have contacted local lawmakers and was told that one office is sending a letter to the White House. However, I was not able to get a copy of the letter so I am not sure if that will really happen. I have asked my employer to send a letter as well. I have sent a letter to IV and White House today and have sent out a template to all friends and family in hopes that several of them will send in letters on my behalf. I know of three people that have done it thus far.

    Thanks!

    Morokko





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  • guyfromsg
    07-16 11:05 PM
    expecting only to get EAD/AP near term and prepared to wait few years. I have PD of 2005 and don't mind waitin if I get EAD/AP benefits for myself and spouse.





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  • tonyHK12
    10-28 10:10 AM
    There is no freedom and especially education in India. in US even if you are a 60 year old you can join a university but in India things are different
    What do you mean? My father was an engineer and he started his Bachelor of law at age 58 in 1996 in India, after retirement. regular college, which only 10% pass out off.

    Again never compare Canada with India, India is Unique and I am not putting my Motherland on Trash, You are in a way doing that, by comparing it with Canada and USA.
    I'm only comparing the economy and education not the culture.
    STOP religious Conversion and propoganda all over the world all the countries will live happily.
    Well that was funny, I'm mostly an atheist.
    The first thing you should understand are most of these conversions are started by foreign organizations and their followers, and conversions by force or by paying money should be stopped immediately.
    Well some general knowledge for you - I haven't heard of native roman catholics converting anyone. They are very conservative and it is very difficult religion to follow - numbers don't matter.

    What propaganda is this? The american overseas pursuits are not related to religion.
    There are some rogue organizations here, who run this as a business, with profit/loss, and they need to be monitored in India. They surely have branches there too.





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    bigboy007
    11-02 10:22 PM
    Atleast for me there is no hope for CIR, Peicemeal seems a best option, recently there was a WSJ report that President had agreed for piecemeal if CIR doesnt pass... but we need to be very very watchful...

    after Healthcare experience there is little chance any big legislation will pass in this country we need people who care about country and would like to work with other end both sides seems either too liberal or conservative which is only good in winning elections...



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