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  • ItIsNotFunny
    04-13 01:55 PM
    'cause almost all India EB3 visa numbers for this year are gone.

    No. In that case they mark it as "U" unavailable.

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  • pcs
    06-17 01:04 PM
    This guy with absolutely clean record was held for 11 weeks for verification and lost his father in this process..

    I have been trying for last 8 weeks non-stop in front of computer and I am not able to even see any open appointment...


    SENDING LETTERS TO CLINTON or may be IV rep team to meet her on this issue...

    A lot of guys are stuck and have suffered for no reason...

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  • Libra
    01-25 10:04 AM

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  • factoryman
    06-21 11:22 AM
    for folks even if PD is not current, then it CF went away. Now not there for such folks.
    CF only if PD is current.

    Isn't concurrent filing still available?


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  • spindoctor
    07-19 05:47 PM
    Hi all legal eagles, advice please

    My case is quite complicated. Here is my situation.

    (1) Applied for I-485 (Adjustment of status) in July 2007. EB2-India category, PD March 2006.
    (2) Wife missed the bus when I applied for I-485. Her papers were not ready at that time.
    (3) Changed job utilizing AC21. So no more H1 status for me. Working on EAD in a new company. Living in US on a pending I-485 status.
    (4) Sent wife to India so that she will not stay in the US on an invalid H4. (After I quit my company, I assumed my H1 and my wife's H4 became automatically invalid because they belonged to my previous company. In any case those H1/H4 have expired too now.).
    (5) I was planning to call wife on a visitor visa. We planned to apply her I-485 once she is in US and dates become current for her.
    (6) Suddenly, my PD is current as per the latest bulletin!! Totally unexpected!!
    (7) Wife can't come back to US on a short notice on a visitor visa because of many pending tasks back at home.

    Now the big question is, is it worthwhile to apply for my wife's I-485 in India through a consular processing route? My understanding is that consular processing does not provide the benefits of EAD and advanced parole. So my wife will anyway have to come to US on a visitor visa. So we may as well apply her I-485 in US itself. At least then our applications will be processed together and she will get the benefits of EAD. And if there are any immigration interviews we can go together too.

    But the risk in this plan is that
    (1) By the time she is back in US the dates may retrogress again.
    (2) Worse, my GC may get approved this month itself, before my wife even has a chance of applying her own I-485, cutting off my wife's chances of getting a dependent GC based on my GC forever.

    Now my hunch is that risk no. 1 is a low risk. Either the dates won't retrogress again, or even if they do, they will move forward in October again. So we can live with that.

    Risk no. 2 is a bigger risk. But can USCIS take a decision on my I-485 petition so quickly. I don't think so. But if it does, then we lovers will be torn apart.

    And lastly, has anybody ever heard of "Follow to join" procedure? What exactly is it and can we utilize it to our benefit?

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  • lost
    11-11 09:09 AM
    Will it be on Friday?


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  • jgh_res
    08-11 09:14 AM
    U have such a big signature but nothing abt contribution to IV. Have u contributed anything to IV? If not, how do u thinkIV can fight for whatever it is fighting?

    I had a friend who came here after me, say I think in 2001, he got laid off and had gaps in his employment, he married this girl who joined a company head quartered in IOWA, the payroll stubs used to be in excel sheets. He was probably in the point where if we went to India, they would not have let him come back on H1. They paid 10K to get LS (adjusted through employment for 1 year) and when I-140 and 485 were being allowed for consecutive filing I believe Dec2004, filed it. He called me a month back saying they got their physical card. His PD date somewhere 2004 EB3. My PD March 21 2003, am I frustrated of course, but I am frustrated with the system that has loop holes, as pointed out there are hundred of people who have legitimately used LS.. there is no point losing sleep over it.

    The need of the hour is this, to be together and fight together, not among each other. IV does not differentiate between LS and non LS, or degrees or anyone's individual cases or scenarios. IV's goal is very simple, GC process should not take more that 2 years and anything that reduces the total time frame, that is what IV stands for. Time is key, lost time cannot be regained, what is in for is now and the future, lets stick together and think about how we can help IV meet this goal, that none of us should be waiting many many more years to come. Can we all agree on this and go forward please?

    Thanks and appreciate everyone's understanding.

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  • optimist
    04-21 02:42 PM
    Don't know if this would be of any help to 3-year degree holders or not, but World Education Services (WES) has recently changed its policy- it now considers 'selected' Indian 3-year bachelor's degree as equivalent to a US bachelor's degree. WES is a very well-reputed evaluation company.


    But, as always, what the USCIS will accept/decide can never be predicted by mere mortals like us!


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  • angelfire76
    01-03 04:16 PM
    I am not so sure where you get the impression that being a pilot is not a glamarous job any more. If you equate airline pilot to taxi drivers, you would probabily see planes dropping from sky like raining, and I bet few would dare to take commercial airline, unless one with suicidal tendency.
    However, that relates another interesting part about outsourcing: lots of people are saying outsourcing are good and you can get anyone to do the IT job, but it really turned out that lots of oursourced jobs are done so poorly that eventually it costs more for the company.

    I don't know how he/she equated handling a machine as complex as an airplane to a taxi cab. Bad analogy. Pilots are highly paid for a very good reason. Agreed that most of the maintenance is done by the ground crew but to make sense of the ever evolving flight instrumentation panel requires constant training and a significant amount of intelligence.

    Software in certain areas has become a commodity especially coding application software which makes up about 80-85% of all systems developed. But a lot of work such as technical specification, software architecture etc. are still being seen as primarily onsite functions.

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  • royus77
    07-02 04:06 PM
    Medical Fees: $830( For me ,Wife and Son)
    Attorney Fees: $1350
    Photographs: $45
    USCIS Fee: $1490
    Birth Certificates/Affidavits from India around: $200
    FedEx: $47.92 (overnight - 2 times )

    Total: $3800 ( Approx)

    Asking my father to get Birth Certificate - 2 days off for him and had to travel 100 miles


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  • nageshwarraoj
    04-13 01:50 PM
    Visa Bulletin is already there for May 07 and no changes and you are correct cut and paste except for Phillipines I think.


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  • gapala
    04-16 01:57 PM
    Did you get an RFE before denial?
    Could you please post who did the education evaluation for you? Was it a course by course eval?

    It will also help if you could provide details on your labor certification category such as
    section (203) (3) (i) or (ii) etc.. for skilled worker or professional. I believe You could also find this on your I-140 receipt notice..

    'Will accept academic studies evaluated as equivalent of US Bachelors' This wording is tough to handle given that what you have is a Combination of courses evaluated as equivalent to US Bachelors, based on details provided in your post quote "I have a 3 year diploma & 1 year towards Bachelors in business" end quote.


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  • GCard_Dream
    05-29 04:35 PM
    I thought Guantanamo was being closed soon. They might ship us to detention centers in Afganistan or Iraq. :D Hope they have more high tech jobs there.

    And I thought it could not be worse than what we already got :(
    What are they going to do next... Put us in Guantanamo Bay detention camp.... for being immigrants ...and that too legal...and that too high skilled.:mad:

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  • knacath
    10-19 02:45 PM
    E-filed on July 17th (NSC)
    Received Card mailed e-mail today (Oct 19th)


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  • jjava100
    01-13 03:52 PM
    I took Lufthansa and traveled in November via Frankfurt with out a valid visa and did not had any issues with the transit visa. I had visa while coming back.

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  • vin13
    06-24 01:15 PM
    I understand that Immigration bill is not an easy one to pass. If it is being introduced again, hopefully they are not going to have the exact same wordings. I am sure they would have learnt something from the previous failures and come to some agreeable compromise.
    So i think it is good to have some hope and work towards making it happen. Lets not worry about failure. We have nothing much to lose.


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  • needhelp!
    01-12 03:15 PM
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    thanks for the info.

    I am little hesitant about this, I mean house like setting with midwifes. my wife is little bit uncomfortable.

    I am looking for options where I can get a payment plan from hospital.

    I have called few hospiltals and doctors. will post will more details once I finalize.

    Thank you very much!

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  • spindoctor
    07-19 11:46 PM
    There is an obvious difference between "fretting over" and "reflecting". You seem not to understand the difference (reminds me of George W. Bush on Iraq war).

    George W Bush rocks man! I like his positive attitude towards life :) . He should be made president for life.

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  • ragz4u
    04-01 11:46 AM

    We have received information that the Comprehensive Immigration Bill will be voted soon and the bill will be closed for amendments on Wednesday. That leaves only 2 working days to get something done

    The text for the bill was only released in the evening on March 28th

    As you have seen from the document released by IV that H2A workers will now be able to get citizenship in 11 years and self petition themselves. But legal skilled workers
    1) will not be able to self petition
    2) the wait to citizenship as it stands today is definitely more than 11 years
    3) and all the left-over visas from EB1, EB2 and EB3 will now go to EB5 category

    We really need to make sure that everyone is aware of the unfair treatment meted out to legal skilled immigrants and will be doing the following

    1) We will be putting up webfaxes to send to senators asking for similar treatment to legal skilled immigrants too. They should be up by 5.00 PM EST. Make sure you login and send a webfax ASAP.

    How can I send the fax?

    a) Login,
    b) click on the 'Home' link on the top of the page,
    c) then click on the 'WebFax' link on the left hand side menu options,
    d) enter your information,
    e) Select webfax # 10 and #11 and your state
    f) Send the fax

    2) We need to contact each and every company like Microsoft/Intel (and any other to which IV members belong) that depends on skilled immigrants for their functioning. We need to make sure that their HR and CEO know about this.

    a) If you are not comfortable with speaking about this to your HR/CEO (and we don't see any reason why), please send us the email id of the right person in HR and your CEO. We will not put your name anywhere but send a polite email to them on behalf of Immigration Voice. We will NOT spam them (just a single email) and will not name any person in the email. Remember that this is just to get their attention so that they can do the right thing.
    Email shrey@immigrationvoice.org or nagaraj@immigrationvoice.org with the subject - Contacts for <Company Name>

    b) On the other hand if you are comfortable speaking about this directly to your HR/CEO that carries a lot more weightage. Contact us and we will give you all the material you need to talk to your company decision makers. In that case, email shrey@immigrationvoice.org or nagaraj@immigrationvoice.org with the subject - Willing to speak to folks from <Company Name>

    A list of companies where there are already IV members willing to speak to their employers is in the second post (summary post). Send us an email and we will put the folks in the same company in touch with each other so that they can approach their HR/CEO collectively

    3) We need to contact each and every media person that we know of so that they also realize the urgency of the situation. If you have any leads for any media contact, please send an email to rajesh@immigrationvoice.org or sunil@immigrationvoice.org with the subject Media contact for <media Name>

    4) Last time we sent about 385 faxes. This time 385 will not cut it. We need atleast a couple thousand faxes to get our job done. We need every member of IV + spouse and much more to achieve the kind of deluge we intend. Get atleast 5 new members to IV. I am sure most of us can call up atleast 5 more friends who might not know of IV but will be affected by the above. This may, for all practical reasons, be the final push from IV and we need as much support from everyone as possible.

    5) If you have any other idea to get our information out to everyone, email shrey@immigrationvoice.org or jay@immigrationvoice.org or nagaraj@immigrationvoice.org with the subject line Other Ideas

    Also a quick note, please do not expect a reply from IV core members to your emails unless you are speaking to your firm's folks and need some info from IV. We are really busy in getting everything going. Thanks for understanding.

    Please spread the word.

    01-27 09:54 PM
    Your case is a bit different, I am not sure if you could avoid paying back as GC process is for your benefit so a company could request a pay-back, even though amount is a bit high and you did not get anything in return. I would compare it to a situation where company gives an employee a laptop and expect person to return it when s/he leaves a company.
    helloh1's clause is different - company receives benefits by training its employees so it's just plain wrong to request a pay back in that case.
    So just forget about it and move on, we all make mistakes and here in the US those mistakes usually cost money.

    Thank you "lazycis" I agree with you and take your advise and let this go and be more cautious moving forward!

    Once again I really appreciate for all the folks out there who looked into my request and your great posts!

    08-02 02:00 PM
    tanu, do you realize that the above is nothing but a rant? isantem is not responsible for making the rules so why beat him up? What he said is nothing but the facts to the best of his knowledge
    Yes, go ahead, give me reds. From your behavior I feel you may be one of those immature types who will red anyone who disagrees..

    Funny you say that. I'm all for a honest debate and in fact mentioned cited this forum's intolerance for disagreement. We fail to realize that the EB quota is not a Indian only domain, that there are other non-Indian EB immigrants with their own viewpoints, and that unfortunately this narrow sightedness will stifle any unified efforts to fight this problem.

    And I'm not beating isantem up. I was on the other hand trying to explain to him why the policy of country based quotas are naive for attracting top talent. Please read my post below.

    I would have given you a green for actual substantive disagreement but seeing that you failed to comprehend what I clearly was saying, I'll give you a red. Looks like you care about them enough.

    Guys we see a very unhealthy trend here where any disagreement is not tolerated. This forum is for legal skilled immigrants and we sometimes show how unskilled we are when it comes to tolerance of opinion here.

    isantem, while I understand the diversity argument, when it comes to skilled immigration it doesn't really help. The data itself shows that the overwhelming number of skilled immigrants come from India/China. If the objective is to let the most skilled immigrants in, then the US should forget about diversity. Unfortunately in terms of volume and talent combined, India and China handily beat the rest of the world. Even if EB3 goes to 2002 so be it, but at least you are treating all skilled immigrants on a level playing field rather than discriminating them based on where they were born. If the US continues to do this, there is a serious danger (and this has been documented) that skilled folks in India/China will no longer find the US attractive. Its already happening with the economy booming in India. In fact, we'll probably see you or your kids standing in line for an Indian or Chinese green card in a few years (and I doubt India or China will focus on diversity when it comes to attracting the most skilled talent).

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