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  • ronhira
    07-08 07:43 PM
    good one Ron Hira..this guy for sure is an odd ball leaching around here trying to create a controversy...

    eb3retro, i think u & i need not as much worry about oscarzumaran et al..... as we should worry about those who remain silent..... day after day....





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  • sanbaj
    07-31 11:01 AM
    I called USCIS NSC yesterday and asked if my new approved I-140 was interfiled with my pending I-485. The IO asked me for my A# and then told me that she doesn't see the new I-140 starting with SRC on the system. She only sees the original I-140 with the LIN. It was very frustrating to hear this as I had called NSC a week before and the IO told me that the new I-140 is in the system and visa was available for me. However, I remembered that last week the IO did not ask me for my A#. She only asked for the receipt numbers of my pending I-485 and the new I-140.
    Friends, what else can I do to make sure that my newly approved I-140 under EB2 is interfiled?
    Speaking from my case, I called NSC for the same reason multiple times and every time the information I got (now looking back) was either useless or insignificant. Only one procedural info I got once was correct. They informed me that when you Interfile, your request goes into your file and no receipt or any other update is done to your case. When your 485 app RD becomes current and an IO picks up the case to work on it, should consider the Interfiling request. If your PD is then current due to the Interfiling request and every other detail on your 485 app is complete, your case is approved immediately. That is exactly what happened to my case. Calling them is less fruitful and more frustation. I only called them once a month after they changed their processing dates for the month just in the hope I may get lucky with an IIO who may give some info. Never did. I also took an Infopass, but that was fruitless too, as they also could not provide any information. Just asked me to wait until my RD becomes current.

    Hope this gives you some perspective and lowers your anxiety.





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  • gc4me
    12-04 09:57 AM
    I called to (800) 375 – 5283. I really forgot the combination code. I was trying to reach a human. And he asked my I-485 receipt #.

    gc4me can you please send me the phone number and combination of codes so that I can get them to send my FP notice, i am July 2nd filer as well.





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  • pkak
    11-18 11:42 AM
    hmmm, housing markets runs into sales of millions and millions of units

    Millions and Millions of Units!!!

    Population of US: 300 million (US Census Bureau estimate, 2006)

    The total Credit Card market in US may not be Millions and Millions of units, and you are talking about Housing Market.:D:D:D:D



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  • satishku_2000
    07-10 08:18 PM
    Last night I saw Jon Stewart .. He did a good job about Lou Dobbs and Pat Buchannan :)

    Still on homepage at

    http://www.comedycentral.com/shows/the_daily_show/index.jhtml





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  • venkygct
    08-31 02:06 AM
    ^^^^



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  • Arjun
    01-04 12:50 PM
    Question.

    If you have one wife and u get divorced you have to give her 50% of what u have.

    What happens if you have 2 wives? ;)

    They both get 50/50 :D





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  • gsc999
    09-20 07:20 PM
    Thanks for playing your folk tunes, and singing and reciting poetry on stage at the rally! Please let us know the IV handle of the other guitarist and singer. Thanks for inviting me to join you but I am way too shy to sing on stage :o 3 cheers to abhijitp, you make CA proud!
    ---
    Did you guys know that Drona had a sprained ankle and she was on crutches when she landed at Dulles airport. Can you imagine the amount of commitment it takes to do this? Just amazing.



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  • kode
    02-02 06:43 PM
    wow !! the first vote for my kastle !!! :P

    thank you very much Oblique :love:





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  • JA1HIND
    01-26 07:26 PM
    hey Dhundhun and everybody else.... thanks for ur precious advice. This forum is really helpful for people like me who do not have much experience with US rules.

    Dhundhun, to answer your question...no I do not intend to break the contract. I just want to protect myself from any mishap in future. By the way as I mentioned earlier, the contract is not of 12 months....its for ENDLESS time. It says that if I leave the company anytime...I will need to refund all the training costs that the company would of incurred in last 12 months.

    Alright "helloh1" all I can tell you at this point is "Good luck"



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  • pkak
    11-18 02:37 AM
    Vowww... what a wishful thinking.


    OK looks like I was wrong. Some July Visa bulletin people may not be able to buy houses.
    But those desis can at-least help with Global Warming by living 5-6 in a house, and 5 guys travelling together in a 1995 Toyota Corolla.





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  • nozerd
    12-31 01:32 PM
    I think as a next step I will contact my Congressman after the Feb dates are released and we are still current. Do you know if it makes more sense to approach Congressman or Senator for this ? Also should I approach only 1 rep like 1 Congressman or approach both my district congressman and 2 state senators ?
    We are even more screwed because since our dates are current we can not even get 2 Yr EAD or 3 yr H1 extension but you have to renew both annually.
    Please share your experiences.



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  • th5000th
    11-30 06:55 PM
    Following is Ron`s observation
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    There is an error in the initial explanation of the quota. As I read this analysis, they are suggesting that the single state limit is 25,620 - irrespective of whether the visas are issued in family or employment based. This suggests that a country with heavy family based demand, but light employment based demand, could use more than 7% of the EB or FB quota as long as they remained under 25,620 overall. This is wrong. The 7% limit applies independently to FB and EB. A country could have no demand in one area, and enormous demand in the other and the side with the excessive demand would still be limited to 7% of that quota - not 7% of the combined quota.

    Also, I think that their estimates for China and India EB2 are too pessimistic.
    __________________

    What? too pessimistic or too optimistic?





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  • chumki
    12-18 02:40 PM
    Lazycis,

    Thanks for the public charge note.

    http://immigration.about.com/library/weekly/aa090903b.htm

    In this forum Mr. Shusterman clarified that for layoffs before 180 days, the alien is protected for I-140 portablity, if the employer doesnot revoke it (which is my case).

    1.

    Question #2: I was laid off after less than 180 days on the job, got a new job, same as the old, when I-485 was still pending, for less than 180 days. Up to now, my I-485 has been pending more than 22 months after approval of I-140 and no revocation. Can I use AC21?

    Carl: Absolutely.



    2. Carl: The 180-day portability rule was designed for cases such as yours. None of the four USCIS service centers which adjudicate I-485s do so in less than a year, much less 180 days. Your question is based on the misconception that any change of employment within the first 180 days after the I-485 is submitted may be fatal to your application. The truth is that since you intended to work for the initial employer, but were laid off, it is your responsibility to find a new employer who can offer you a job in the same or a similar occupation as soon as possible. I would urge you to wait until 180 days have passed since the submission of your I-485, and then submit your intent letter and a letter from your new employer in order to invoke the portability doctrine.

    The reason that I urge you to wait until after 180 days, is that if you notify the USCIS of your change of employment now, the agency could deny your I-485 before the 180 days have been reached and you would not be able to take advantage of the portability rule.


    What are your thoughts?

    What should I do now?



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  • forever
    07-27 05:38 PM
    I think some of the people on this forum should be diagnosed for click’O’mania. Basically what it means is developing impatience and restlessness qualities as a result of using computer and mouse over an extended period of time. It makes a patient believe that results should be expected within few minutes after initiating any activity just like the click of a mouse does. Examples are on-line credit card payments, rental payments, electricity, telephone, cell phone, cable bill payments, money transfers to name a few. Over period of time when the patient gets used to these habits, he tries to extend the same logic to other walks of life. Expect results within few minutes. What the click’O’maniac does not understand is certain things in life requires some amount of time in terms of weeks and patience to complete. Even though he/she knows that USCIS is going to receive about � million applications by Aug 17th and receipting of 485 applications is going to take long time, he/she can not resist pressing F5 button on bank statement URL, USCIS press room URL, immigration voice URL, on line case status URL, email account URL and what not URLs. So, someone is trying to contact CSR every day about the receipt status, verifying if checks are cashed or checking LUD on previously approved certifications on hourly basis, it is not his or her fault. Culprit is this undiagnosed disease. If untreated, he/she may be desperate for the finger print notice date in near future. After the finger print notice date, it may be FP notice acceptance date or LUD on case status.

    If treated, he realizes that how deep he went into this GC well and how far is away from life on earth and thanks his stars for not remaining as a frog in a well.

    How to treat: Do your karma and do not expect results.





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  • stirfries
    08-19 07:29 PM
    21 minutes since I posted the above Thread.
    58 Views in 21 minutes.
    0 Response.

    I guess, we all are ACTIVE viewers !!! (Including ME) :)



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  • Brightsider
    11-25 04:55 PM
    Commendable Job!!!
    Please accept my compliments, Pappu and the team.

    My suggestions for your meeting with USCIS:-
    1. In the interest of transparency, let them also publish data about monthly filings in each of the EB categories. It will reduce uncertainty further.
    2. Provide separate numbers for family-based and employment-based cases in their monthly progress reports. To a large extent, this can be obviated by regularly updating the pendency figures published in Sept 09.
    3. Include the CP data in the same report along with I-485 data. Becomes easier to compile the big picture and analyze it.

    Now, since we dont have any academic interest in the subject,
    4. Press the case for recapture of lost visas
    5. Have quarterly spillover. Implementation of suggestion (1) will be an enabling factor.
    :):):)





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  • raydon
    10-12 10:46 AM
    It was very hard to see at least 3-4 of my friends working in very reputed, established companies, not some tinpot startups (I'm almost tempted to name the companies) using labor Sub. And all of them have got their green cards comfortably. Every single one of them.
    Their managers pushed for labors subs for them and nobody even objected because it was legal!

    And to my best knowledge, my current company didn't do any subs (perhaps because they didn't have layoffs during dot com bust) so I see senior employees in my company badly stuck with EB3. In fact, there are EB3 managers hopelessly stuck whose EB2 employees are in a better position than them. I'm NOT making this up.

    Unless you take risks, you won't progress. Calculate your risks and take it. My friend, 2003 is an old PD and you have been stuck for long. You deserve a better deal and a more senior job profile. I agree completely with folks though, that allowing people to retain the old PD is unfair to others waiting and USCIS should grant some intermediate PD. But take it from me, all kinds of unfair practices have been happening. A classic example is July 07.

    I do see your point about the unfairness of allowing the old PD. In that case, what do you say about the cross-chargeability provision ? I guess the percentage of people availing of that provision is small, but it does happen.

    For example, If you're from India and in EB3, but your spouse was born in a non-retrogressed country, you automatically jump to the earlier PD in your category, EB3-World in this case. Maybe the percentage of such cases is low, and hence there're no protests from the people waiting. I personally know of one colleague who had a later PD than me, but got the EB3-World PD since his spouse was born in Zambia. If EB3-World was current, he'd be green simply because his spouse was born in the "right" country.

    Unfair ?? Maybe - but it's legal and allowed. My point is that getting an older PD in both cross category and cross chargeability are allowed today and people will continue to avail of them is they can. As long as the USCIS doesn't have issues with that, applicants will attempt to migrate between categories and countries, during their im-migration process :) Couldn't help myself with that pun there :)





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  • diqingshen
    07-31 12:38 PM
    The guy answered phone said NSC is supposed to be compliant by August 1st, but he doesnt see it happening.





    GCHope2011
    11-11 04:46 PM
    Why not 3 more years either :)



    Well thought I had to answer this better. The answer is YES, we can get bills introduced and passed if we had 2 million dollars. Lets not make assumptions about what congress cares for, we'll let core members handle that. As written previously, we have managed to get quite a lot of change done with minuscule funding, even though we haven't been able to afford the best people.
    Maybe right now even achieved a bit more than the illegal immigration lobby.
    How exactly do we do it? - Check Donor forum, where we get constant updates on our efforts in Washington DC.

    Donations start at a one time of $25, even if that's the only thing you do all year.
    There are some thinking why not get everything for free, when IV is already working? Its a tendency of many to save as much as possible, and get the thrill of getting something free. As I speak, Donors are benefiting from IVs efforts. United we can achieve a lot, Divided we fail.

    The other common excuse is - "I really don't care, even if I don't get the GC, I can always find a job back home. Pay $1000 for my return flight. Just visiting... "
    Well I guess the other option of spending much less, getting a GC in 1-2 years, starting your own business in the USA, making much more money is really something no one wants.
    Agree with you Tony - there are so many members of this forum - I find it hard to believe that everyone's budget is so tight, that they cannot afford to divert $25 per-month to a cause that is going to help them directly.

    I am not underestimating the value of $300 per-year, but compared to the value that this is likely to drive, it is certainly an investment that can provide handsome returns.

    I would rather NOT believe that most people here are with a free-loader mentality - waiting for others to fund and drive the momentum, while they just keep yapping about their problems and concerns about the situation, laws, regulations, illegals, employers etc. etc.

    In my opinion people are missing the big picture of that if everyone contributed, there could be significant momentum that could be created - a $25 per-month contribution could lead to a $500K monthly lobbying fund - which is a non-trivial amount to drive our agenda.





    sjkumar
    05-01 11:10 AM
    Defence deals , trade , outsourcing and immigration have always been very closely related all these years . The main reason that Obama was in India was to sell American wares and the No 1 list of his agenda was the $10.1 Billion MMRCA deal apart from future contracts on India's Nuclear Power generation program.

    India on the other hand too has always lobbied the US on H1Bs and overall outsourcing issue and the deliberate maligning of Indian outsourcing companies was responded to with a warning by India that the US will be seriously disadvantaged in its other trade with India should US politicians continue to target Indian IT companies and IT engineers particularly.

    This was clear in the Doha talks starting in 2007 and later years in where India chose to bring specifically the H1-B visa issue always , although the Doha talks might not have been the right forum to bring such issues. ( see link below )

    India Links Visa Flap with Doha Talks (http://www.businessweek.com/globalbiz/content/may2007/gb20070518_492934.htm)

    "The country's Commerce & Industry Minister says stories of work visa abuse by outsourcing companies could hurt chances for a global trade deal "

    So the carrot of "Global trade" with India was being used very effectively so far by India to lobby for getting other concessions in the outsourcing industry and I am not sure how much this is going to be possible now .

    In reality the level of Indo US relations has reached has never been so low in recent times and the below articles aptly details out the causes and the sentiment.

    Nothing positive in Indo-US ties since nuclear deal - Times Of India (http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-04-29/india/29487082_1_nuclear-deal-nuclear-liability-law-indian-nuclear-power-sector)

    "Its unclear whether he(Obama) will listen to his advisers to pay India back for its decision(MMRCA)."

    Outsourcing.. Immigration ...Trading.. India Opening couple of more sector for MNC to invest all are related.. Shortly we will hear news about India Opening Retail or some other sector for MNCs to invest or open shop.. Remember one of India's biggest Export is Skilled Man power .. be it IT engineers,Nurses,Plumbers etc...



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