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  • Googler
    07-07 08:36 PM
    i saw it on TV . there is 10 ot 15 sec clip of some one asking Condoleezza Rice about this fiasco . which program was that on nbc ? any one has any info on it ?

    Transcript of relevant part here
    http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?t=6206





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  • rockstart
    02-23 03:10 PM
    you can also show joint tax filed as additional proof. Her H4 stamping etc can be a proof too





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  • brahmam
    06-26 02:57 PM
    I went to Kinko's .. $45 for 12 photos. Looks good, with no marks et al. one never knows ofcourse until one gets an RFE :D





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  • jasguild
    07-17 08:58 AM
    Yes, but you are missing the one important fact, that "band aid solution" would put band aid to thousands of hurt people which will sooth them for a while. I understand, your 485 is already in pipeline so you already have those band aids but claiming to be sorry portrayed you very selfish. Think about teh group then you will slowly start forgeting your sorriness.

    I said earlier, its not a bad thing as it will bring relief to some people. However it will also make it tough for anyone else after July to get 485 becuase of the huge back log.

    I am not thinking about only myself. I am thinking about all of us. I am not enthused becuase I dont believe the decisions are not being made genuinely in our interest. They are doing the politically correct thing and not the morally correct thing.

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  • ragz4u
    03-16 01:32 PM
    http://www.aila.org/content/default.aspx?docid=18845


    Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee finally broached the controversial subject of the undocumented population on day five of the Committee's markup of draft legislation on comprehensive immigration reform, but deferred any votes on the subject until after next week's congressional recess.
    Chairman Specter began the day's proceedings by reiterating that it would be a "colossal mistake" for Senate Majority Leader Frist to bring an immigration bill to the Senate floor that had not been completely vetted by the Senate Judiciary Committee. As background, Senator Frist has threatened to bring his enforcement-only legislation directly to the Senate floor unless the Judiciary Committee produces a bill by March 27. Senator Frist could do this using the seldom employed "Rule 14" procedure that permits him to introduce a bill and bypass the committee process so that it goes directly to the Senate calendar. According to Senate sources, Senator Frist's bill would simply take Chairman Specter's proposal and strip out the guestworker plan and the provisions dealing with the estimated 12 million undocumented aliens present in the U.S.

    Because Senator Frist apparently will not back off of his deadline, Chairman Specter proposed this morning to continue the Committee's work beyond what was to have been the final day of the markup (today). Unfortunately, the Senate is out on recess next week, leaving tomorrow or Monday, March 27, as the only available options for continued work. Most of the Senators present agreed that meeting on March 27 would make sense, with the exception of Senator Cornyn, who disagreed that bringing the Committee's incomplete bill to the floor would be problematic (clearly an attempt on his part to stave off debate in the Committee on what to do with the undocumented population). However, in a clear rebuke to Senator Cornyn, Chairman Specter responded that the Committee would proceed immediately to debate on the controversial issue of a path to citizenship for the undocumented!

    Chairman Specter said that he and Senator Kennedy talked at length yesterday about the issue of the undocumented. He reiterated his concerns about the undocumented workers jumping the line in front of those who have followed the legal channels. He's concerned about 25-year backlogs for 4th preference beneficiaries and other long backlogs. However, he noted his willingness to find a way to put the undocumented on a path to citizenship at the end of the line. Chairman Specter also reiterated that he wants a bill to come out of Committee that can pass the floor and be reconciled with the House bill.

    Senator Kennedy argued that the McCain/Kennedy bill will not lead to line-jumping, explaining that the bill's formula would clear backlogs and deal with the lines themselves. In addition, he noted his willingness to accept a 2nd degree amendment to ensure that legal permanent residence would not be granted to the undocumented population until both the current employment-based and family-based backlogs had been cleared. "What really is the alternative," he asked? "Mass deportations? Criminalization and a permanent subclass?"

    Senator Kennedy continued by talking eloquently about the pure motives of immigrants who have come to this country, both historically and currently, to make a better life for themselves and their families. He said that we should admire the drive of these people. We should not treat them as criminals but should give them an opportunity. We should bring them out of shadows, have them pay a fine, work, and wait their turn. Senator Kennedy also noted that some 60,000 legal permanent residents currently serve in the U.S. Armed Forces.

    Senator Kyl noted that no one on the Committee supports enforcement only, adding that his and Senator Cornyn's proposal would provide a "work opportunity," not a punishment. He said that the Specter "gold card" would be just like a green card but without the right to citizenship. He also opined that people waiting in the family-based backlog don't have the right to be in the U.S. now, so letting undocumented aliens get in line would harm those individuals who have been waiting patiently. At one point, he allowed that it might be OK to give a path to citizenship to high skilled workers but not to low skilled workers.

    Senator Cornyn associated himself with Senator Kyl's remarks. "We can't accept everyone in the world who wants to come here," he said. And while he professed agreement with Senator Kennedy about the beneficial contributions and benevolent motivations of the undocumented population, he couldn't seem to get past the "law breaking" issue. "The American people won't accept a program to deal with the undocumented if we haven't finished the bill's enforcement titles," he argued. He also defended the Cornyn/Kyl "report to deport" proposal, noting that it is neither a ruse nor impractical. He added that the intention of the proposal is not to strand people outside of the country as some have accused.

    Senator Durbin weighed in by stating that the immigration system has been broken for a long while. He recounted stories about important individuals he knows whose parents were undocumented aliens. He stood in support of the McCain/Kennedy proposal, calling it "tough but fair," and reiterated that we should not be criminalizing undocumented status, as both the Chairman's Mark and H.R. 4437 would do.

    Senator Graham noted that many people, including many on the Republican side of the aisle, don't even want to debate this complex issue. For them, rounding these immigrants up and deporting them is the only answer. "Such a proposal is simply not feasible," Senator Graham added. He also noted that half of his family likely would not be able to meet the requirements of the McCain/Kennedy legislation, thereby buttressing the argument that it is no easy give away. "While there are lots of people on talk radio complaining about the undocumented, these folks are out there working," he said. "This is not a 'get out of jail free' card." In addition to those who would deport the undocumented population, there are others who would put them all in jail, he continued, adding that this also would not work. He warned Chairman Specter and others that they shouldn't be trying to avoid criticism on this issue, because they're all going to get it. He agreed that the undocumented population should be put in line behind all those currently waiting in the backlogs but does not believe it is appropriate to force them to leave the country in order to take part in the program, as this would break up families.

    Senator Feinstein argued that the DHS would be incapable of handling such a massive program. She was also concerned with what would happen to those who apply for the program if they are unable to pass the requisite background checks. "Could people with minor misdemeanors get status,?" she asked. She requested a letter from Senator Kennedy's staff on the issue. Senator Feinstein also returned to the issue of DHS's processing capabilities, asking for additional information on the subject before the issue is brought to a vote.

    Senator Specter indicated that he intends to work through the undocumented issue by beginning with the McCain/Kennedy bill and the 2nd degree amendment mentioned above by Senator Kennedy. He also indicated that there is a deal on the table between Senators Cornyn and Kennedy on the temporary worker (future flows) program.

    Senator Feinstein brought up the subject of agricultural workers and wanted to know why they weren't included as part of the guestworker program. Senator Kennedy responded that the reason is because Senator Craig, the chief sponsor of AgJobs, would offer it as an amendment on the floor. Senator Brownback opined that they needed to have staff work out the details of any agricultural program.

    Chairman Specter then noted that staff would be working out various details during next week's recess, confirmed continuation of the markup on March 27th, and gaveled the meeting to a close.





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  • chanduv23
    03-11 03:55 PM
    Gotta love this system...

    Two years ago; Grassley sent a questionnaire to the top 10 Indian outsourcing companies of how they use non immigrant visas.

    They did not have any legal obligation to answer his query. They answered his questions by non answering it.

    Grassley then starts to increase the rhetoric and starts pressuring uscis/dol to start investigations.

    uscis/dol start investigatin and denying cases and study it and find fraud.

    now; Grassley is getting his way and starting to change policy.

    Nascom senses game is over and come begging which is exactly what grassley wanted in the first place.

    At the end; he will get these guys to agree to tough measures (ie., lca requirements for L-1; tougher measures on h-1b, etc.

    See how Microsoft answered differently when they got the query and compare to these guys.

    This system created in USA has a way of making you conform to their behaviour willingly or through long and painful way. Looks like they had to learn through long and painful way.

    It is called desi mentality. Unless the ass is set on fire - Desi folks don't realize the importance of such things.



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  • saimrathi
    07-06 06:29 PM
    I hope it being aired on 7/7/07 will bring our cases some luck..

    EDIT: According to Dr. Bahrainwala, this has been bumped to 7/7/07..

    Immigration Voice member Dr. Murtaza Bahrainwala, who was also quoted in the New York times article today about the July Visa bulletin fiasco and the resulting fallout from it, will be on NBC nightly news with Brian Williams tonight around 5:30 Central time.

    The interview also has snippets of interview with USCIS officer as Brian Williams has interviewed USCIS over this issue also. So its a "must watch" thing.

    This will be on NBC and that's good coz you dont even need cable to watch this. In your local area, the NBC channel affiliate will be broadcasting the "Nightly news" with Brian Williams.

    Local times may vary depending on your local NBC affiliate. Its most likely 5:30 Central time tonight but check your local listings.

    Thanks to Dr. Bahrainwala for the interview.

    About NBC nightly News:

    More details about NBC nightly News : http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3689499/
    Podcasts, downloads etc: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8132577/





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  • GLIX
    09-10 08:11 AM
    I changed jobs 180 days from filing of 485. My lawyer asked me for the job description of the new job to make sure that it is consistent with the previous job. The titles don't mean anything.



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  • Sakthisagar
    10-27 08:46 AM
    Mr. Sakthisagar, You are correct. we need people like you. you are so concerned about INDIA. please let me know How can I help.

    BTW only Narendra Modi can solve this issue too.

    MC

    We also need people like You MC, to solve issues. are you not concerned about India? Please also let me know, How are you going to organise things as a great leader.

    Mr.MC, no you are wrong.! at present only Jonia ganty and raul can solve this problem because they snatched the power by fooling India with EVM.





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  • dealsnet
    07-13 04:37 PM
    Congratulations on your greencard approval.
    YOU DESERVE IT.



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  • whattodo
    07-19 12:26 PM
    Where did you get 30 days information? What if it is 40 days instead of 30 days? Is there any official document about this?

    Thanks

    Person, if in USA, has 30 days to start working for H1 employer after CoS approval date. One more thing, one can start working after applying for SSN without waiting for getting actual SSN.

    It seems that she was out of status.


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    Not a legal advice.





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  • andy garcia
    06-05 04:34 PM
    well this memo is taking it one step further than the last memo -

    it is saying that the I-140 must be approved before determining portability. which means most likely if you file for portability and your 140 has not been approved then USCIS will be forced to look at your 140 petition and approve it.

    You are interpreting as: It must be approved when in reality it means that It should have been already approved in order to make a decision on portability. They can not be forced to approve your I-140 just because you are changing jobs.



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  • gc_lover
    07-10 08:30 AM
    Lou Dobb seems to discourage illegal immigration but is all for legal immigration ...

    My friend, are you new in this country?





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  • chakdepatte
    08-08 10:44 AM
    Hi,

    Sorry i updated under the wrong thread.

    ours was a paper filed on July 2nd. Card was mailed on 08/07/08. Still waiting for it to make it to the mail box.

    I have not recieved any FP notice yet. Surprising I also saw a soft LUD on AP when care production got ordered for EAD but no updates on AP or FP yet.

    Hope that helps

    Oye
    Chakdepatte.



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  • asdcrajnet
    07-17 10:59 AM
    California
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    I-90 Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card Initial issuance or replacement July 11, 2006
    I-102 Application for Replacement/Initial Nonimmigrant Arrival/Departure Record Initial issuance or replacement of a Form I-94 March 26, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker H-1B - Specialty occupation - Visa to be issued abroad May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker H-1B - Specialty occupation - Change of status in the U.S. May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker H-1B - Specialty occupation - Extension of stay in the U.S. May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker H-2A - Temporary workers June 30, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker H-2B - Other temporary workers June 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker H-3 - Temporary trainees May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker E - Treaty traders and investors May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker L - Intracompany transfers June 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker Blanket L May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker O - Extraordinary ability May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker P - Athletes, artists, and entertainers May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker Q - Cultural exchange visitors and exchange visitors participating in the Irish Peace process May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker R - Religious occupation May 15, 2007
    I-129 Petition for A Nonimmigrant Worker TN - North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) professional May 15, 2007
    I-129F Petition for Alien Fiance(e) K-1/K-2 - Not yet married - fiance and/or dependent child January 13, 2007
    I-130 Petition for Alien Relative U.S. citizen filing for a spouse, parent, or child under 21 December 31, 2006
    I-130 Petition for Alien Relative U.S. citizen filing for an unmarried son or daughter over 21 January 17, 2003
    I-130 Petition for Alien Relative U.S. citizen filing for a married son or daughter over 21 April 30, 2001
    I-130 Petition for Alien Relative U.S. citizen filing for a brother or sister April 30, 2001
    I-130 Petition for Alien Relative Permanent resident filling for a spouse or child under 21 January 01, 2005
    I-130 Petition for Alien Relative Permanent resident filling for an unmarried son or daughter over 21 February 07, 2005
    I-131 Application for Travel Document All other applicants for advance parole April 09, 2007
    I-212 Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the U.S. After Deportation or Removal Readmission after deportation or removal January 13, 2007
    I-360 Petition for Amerasian, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant All other special immigrants September 28, 2005
    I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status Employment-based adjustment applications January 13, 2007
    I-526 Immigrant Petition By Alien Entrepreneur For use by an entrepreneur who wishes to immigrate to the United States January 13, 2007
    I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status Change of status to H or L dependents April 14, 2007
    I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status Change status to the F or M academic or vocational student categories April 14, 2007
    I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status Change Status to the J exchange visitor category April 14, 2007
    I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status All other change of status applications April 14, 2007
    I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status Extension of stay for H and L dependents April 14, 2007
    I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status Extension of Stay for F or M academic or vocational students April 14, 2007
    I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status Extension of Stay for J exchange visitors April 14, 2007
    I-539 Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status All other extension applications April 14, 2007
    I-612 Application for Waiver of the Foreign Residence Requirement Application for a waiver of the 2-year foreign residence requirement based on exceptional hardship or persecution December 03, 2006
    I-751 Petition to Remove the Conditions on Residence Removal of lawful permanent resident conditions (spouses of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents January 13, 2007
    I-765 Application for Employment Authorization Based on a request by a qualified F-1 academic student. [(c)(3)] April 28, 2007
    I-765 Application for Employment Authorization Based on a pending asylum application [(c)(8)] June 16, 2007
    I-765 Application for Employment Authorization Based on a pending I-485 adjustment application [(c)(9)] April 28, 2007
    I-765 Application for Employment Authorization Based on TPS for Honduras/Nicaragua [(c)(19), (a)(12)] April 28, 2007
    I-765 Application for Employment Authorization Based on TPS for El Salvador [(c)(19)(a)(12)] April 28, 2007
    I-765 Application for Employment Authorization All other applications for employment authorization April 28, 2007
    I-817 Application for Family Unity Benefits Voluntary departure under the family unity program January 13, 2007
    I-824 Application for Action on an Approved Application or Petition To request further action on an approved application or petition January 13, 2007
    I-829 Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions Removal of lawful permanent resident conditions (immigrant investors) January 13, 2007
    I-829 Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions Removal of lawful permanent resident conditions (immigrant investors) based on PL107-273 September 10, 1997





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  • deba
    08-08 01:50 AM
    I am in the same boat. Tho my GC has not been approved yet, I can only suggest that think twice before taking this important decision. If you go ahead and marry right now be prepared for a lot of stress, mental agony, coping with distance etc. I personally feel that this is not the best way to start a married life. I think it would be best to disclose everything to your future wife and her family and go ahead and marry once you have made arrangements that she can visit you on B1/H1/L1 etc or you have made plans to go visit India or be in a third country etc. Good luck and again my advice is not to rush into the marriage at this stage. Take your time and make a final decision after considering all angles.



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  • chanduv23
    03-21 04:30 PM
    I spoke to a staff at Michael R. McNulty's office.
    He comes to Albany on weekends only.
    Rest of the time (5 days a week) he is in Washington.
    We can meet staff members any time betwenn 9 to 5 (no appointment required).

    Spoke to staff member at Schumer's office.
    He is not available for a meeting.
    Have set up a meeting (with staff) for 12th April 11am (nothing available for next 2 weeks).
    I was actually just trying to find out if we could schedule an appointment with Schumer. Did not expect them to set up an appointment on the phone so fast.
    We can change if this is not convenient.
    I am not sure if this is gonna help, as it is 2 weeks away.

    Please provide feedback.

    I will go home and review what can be done, tonight. Great, lets coordinate on this.

    Great we already have 4 members.





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  • Gravitation
    12-13 12:49 PM
    Of course, we are no more than modern day white collar slaves. We toil here for years, our spouses aren't even allowed to have a social security number, not to mention drivers licenses in many states. We are not even allowed to visit our families in our home countries without having the risk of not getting the visa re-stamped in the consulates abroad. How pathetic! Can't we all move to Canada and setup a colony for free slaves?
    Look, the situation is terrible but let's not get carried away. We're still here by choice. We bargain going through all this for having the life we have here and not having the energy enough to unroot and head to Canada, Aus or Europe.





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  • Wish_Good
    05-29 11:50 PM
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    04-19 03:49 PM
    Good job mmj.
    Pls provide your details and participate actively.
    Request you to donate as well if you have not already.





    belmontboy
    02-27 06:47 PM
    this thread is useless. Please delete!



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