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  • logiclife
    07-11 12:32 PM
    Then they have 2 choices:

    1. They have to stay above the DOL's prevailing wage after all is considered. This can be done easily of they let go of their desire to make 40-60% profit margin. Many of them bill the guy at 40-50 dollars an hour(minimum) and then pay him 40-50K. That's 40% profit margin if he is paying benefits like health and vacation time. Cut down on that profit margin and then you can find ways to pay employees for full 12 months a year - on bench or productive - and still stay above the prevailing wages. And make up for loss of profit margin by increasing volume. Which means working harder, finding more capable and billable employees and treating them better for employee retention instead of other usual tactics(which I rather not mention here)


    2. If they cannot do that then they should find something else to do where they can make profits without breaking the law.





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  • rbharol
    08-23 12:39 PM
    When is the Senate meeting and is it scheduled to take up the skil bill this year??...
    When can it take it up next year??...

    Could you please give some dates???.

    There may be a chance that this bill is discussed in September...Otherwise after elections..may be.
    Personally I do not care if it passes before or after elections as long as it PASSES!





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  • Gravitation
    06-15 12:05 PM
    How 'bout: Not filing because LCA is rotting in the basement of a BEC?





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  • skv
    07-05 03:57 PM
    It's unfortunate, but that's the reality. History says that "British took advantage of divide and rule concept in India during their rule." If the empherors/kings/people were united, that wouldn't have possible for the British.

    I know their are few people really good, but the numbers aren't good enough. Hope and wish the coming generation wil, change the history. :-)


    Sorry for the typo, I was typing really fast. I meant "I know there are"



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  • chintapalli
    10-16 01:28 PM
    One of my friends got B1 Visa(business visa, it�s valid for 10 years) through a company AAA in January 2008, still he is working for the same company in India, till now he didn't use his B1.

    He applied H1-B through a company BBB, recently he received all his H1-B documents, his H1-B company suggested him to come to U.S on B1 and they want to file an amendment to change his status to H1 after coming to US.

    My friend want to resign the company in this month and he want to go for training after resigning his job, it will take 2 months for completing the training.
    He is planning to come to U.S in February 2009 on B1.

    Could any one please help us with your valuable suggestions for the following questions?

    Is it possible to come to U.S on B1 even after resigning the job?

    Is there any possibility that the company revoke his B1?

    What are the documents required to come to U.S on B1?

    Thanks in Advance





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  • India76
    09-17 01:39 PM
    I am going fromamerican airlines that goes directly from chicago to Delhi and coming back same way.



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  • ravi_hyd
    10-26 10:53 PM
    RD Texas: 3rd Aug
    AP - Case pending
    FP- Not Received
    EAD - Card Prod. ordered





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  • sammyb
    10-05 04:28 PM
    Sorry for opening a new thread, Please point me to the thread if this issue is already addressed in some other thread and delete this thread.

    I filed my I-485 in July, Still waiting for receipts, Now my company got acquired by another company. My questions are-

    Any actions required from my side? What will happen to my I-485 which is already filed, Do I need to re-file with new company?
    If I get EAD in next few weeks can I use that EAD after 6 months of filing I485?

    Thanks


    I had the same situation when before I apply my GC my company was taken over by my current employer ... there is something called 'successor of interest' .... as I understand the new company will take over ownership of any H1/GC etc that you have with your previous employer ...

    this is just my thoughts .. better you get it verified by your lawer ...



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  • logiclife
    09-25 12:07 PM
    Your rights as a participant of a bulletin board or online forum like Immigration Voice forums:



    The rights of bloggers (site admin, site owner or site moderators), their liability and section 230. Section 230 refers to Section 230 of Title 47 of the United States Code (47 USC � 230) (http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/47/230.html). To learn the plain English language explanation of this section, go here: http://www.eff.org/bloggers/lg/faq-230.php (http://www.eff.org/bloggers/lg/faq-230.php)

    What this means is that whenever someone posts anything against anyone, Immigration Voice is immune from libel suits or defamation lawsuits, with couple of exceptions (discussed in item 2). Therefore, any anonymous poster saying bad things about their lawyers, employers, or anyone else DOES NOT HAVE TO BE DELETED. Other than couple of exceptional scenarios (see point # 2), we are not liable for content posted by users of message boards, forums, discussion boards etc. Section 230 protects Immigration Voice website administrator and moderator against libel suits or other lawsuits caused by participants who post messages against their lawyers, employers or anyone else. A recent example of such a case is illustrated in 22 page opinion of a federal judge in DiMeo V Max (http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1149152717145).

    Immigration Voice is not going to delete, edit or moderate the posts and threads posted by our members no matter how defamatory or criticizing they are. That�s because A) Immigration Voice is not liable for what our members do or not do per section 230 and B) Immigration Voice needs to give freedom to members to vent out against the incompetent immigration lawyers and/or dishonest employers because that is what makes us unique and different from censored forums and it is the ESSENCE of this bulletin board.


    The exceptions when Section 230 protections won�t work.Section 230 will not protect Immigration Voice if site moderators and administrators themselves post content that causes damages to others. We (site admin and moderators) will not edit or delete posts that say bad things about other orgs or persons - no matter how derogatory or defamatory they are against some lawyers, employers etc. We are not liable or responsible for them and legally it�s best and safest for moderators/site admins to leave those posts alone. Besides, that is one reason why people come to this site � freedom to vent out without any censorship, sometimes even against the Immigration Voice leadership and core group.

    The other scenario when the section 230 wont protects us is in case of intellectual property. So don�t post any patented information or technology details on this website. However the laws give us a lot of latitude when we post some news articles or other content created by other sources. More details of intellectual property are here on this link. http://www.eff.org/bloggers/lg/faq-ip.php (http://www.eff.org/bloggers/lg/faq-ip.php).



    Are we obligated to provide information to plaintiffs about our anonymous posters?First of all, most of the time, we ourselves don�t know the anonymous posters and who they are. The most we can do is provide IP address. Those IP addresses too are not easy to pin down in certain kinds of network environments. However, we will not give any information about our members to anyone unless and until we are subpoenaed for it. Subpoenas are either issued by law enforcement or by plaintiffs who file the lawsuit. Unless we are subpoenaed, we don�t have to give away any information like IP or email of any anonymous poster. Immigration Voice will never make the IP address or any information available to anyone unless it is ordered by court. Immigration Voice will use all possible legal avenues to protect the privacy and anonymity of its members and online discussion participants.


    What if someone with deep pockets sues Immigration Voice with the objective of shutting us down, even though they know they don�t have a case, but want to sue us just to drag us into expensive court battle and make us bankrupt?There is nothing that protects Immigration Voice (or any such website with discussion boards and forums) from frivolous lawsuits. Anyone can sue anyone else, whether he or she lose or win is a different matter. Section 230 protects immigration voice from libel lawsuits resulting from anonymous participants posting messages that cause damages to organizations or individuals. They are even more counterproductive for the plaintiff if that state has ANTI-SLAAP laws.

    SLAAP means �Strategic lawsuit against active participation�. If someone sues us just to make us bankrupt and shut us down without caring for outcome of the case, then it�s a SLAAP lawsuit. The objective is such lawsuit is not to win but to drag the other party into expensive court battle and make them bankrupt. Some states have laws against SLAAP lawsuits called ANTI-SLAAP laws. They are different in every state. What those laws do in general is make the plaintiff of SLAAP lawsuit pay the defendant for the cost of litigation and defense if they lose. So if someone from state that has ANTI-SLAAP laws sues us, then the money we spend on litigation would have to be paid by plaintiffs if they lose. Therefore there is good chance of finding a pro-bono lawyer because if they win, they get paid from the other party. What this means is that it�s difficult to drive someone to bankruptcy with frivolous lawsuits if the state has good ANTI-SLAAP laws. California is one example. Therefore the chances of us getting sued by someone in CA are lesser than other states.

    Should any party sue Immigration Voice for libel based on posted messages on online forums, Immigration Voice will fight back to the fullest extent and will not remove posts or threads against those organizations.


    What should one do if they have been badly hurt due to incompetence or malfeasance on the part of employer or lawyers?Immigration Voice will neither encourage nor discourage members to post messages against their employers or lawyers or any other party. Members and participants are free to post whatever they want to post. If you lawyer�s actions have hurt you and if you think it�s due to malpractice then you can file a complaint against that lawyer in a state bar. If your employer�s action has hurt you and if you think his actions are illegal, then you can file a complaint against your employer at the department of labor (for wages issues) or other departments for other issues.





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  • ashutrip
    06-15 04:52 PM
    that is not a backlog in the sense of retrogression based backlog. That is like any other processing time for any other type of application
    Chicago is taking 2-3 weeks then y Atl is taking 6 months



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  • i99
    08-30 05:29 PM
    As of today 8/30 nothing!
    I140/I485/EAD/AP - delivered on 02JUL07 sometime around 7AM at NSC signed by R Williams.
    Any ideas if it is rejected :(. :confused:
    Would you give me the phone number for last name search in the USCIS system? Thanks,





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  • NKR
    02-18 11:32 AM
    And it may well depend upon the demand for H1b visas this year. If there is a huge demand for H1b visas like last year, there is a good chance congress may recapture lost H1b visas. Then EB visas may also be recaptured along with H1b visas.

    But I'm not sure about the demand for H1B this year , as H4 to H1 conversion will be down this year due to (most of) H4 visa holders getting EAD. Another issue is if OPT is increased to 24 months, then F1 to H1 will also fall drastically.
    Fear of recession may also reduce new H1B visa demand.

    Haven't heard of recapturing H1 visas. With high demand for H1s I doubt if there will be any unused visas to be recaptured. Even if there are any then can the congress recapture them? Even if they did why would they recapture unused EB visas along with unused H1 visas? . Am I missing something here?..



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  • singhsa3
    08-13 06:15 PM
    Good try though!
    1) The award you submitted was academic in nature. USCIS maintains that student awards such as fellowships, scholarships do not meet this criteria. Do you have anythingelse that is nationally recognized? Show me the evidence.

    2) You submitted your work at research meetings. That is what researchers are supposed to do. How is your work is above and beyond what is out there in those meetings? "Consequently, it does not follow that all scientists who are asked to present their findings enjoy sustained acclaim in their field". Show me how your presentation history exceeds others.

    3) Show the clear evidence that you have performed a leading and critical role in your organization.

    4) You published several papers. But scientists are supposed to publish and dessiminate their work. Please resubmit updated citation listing. Please submit objective listing that your publication history exceeds the rest of the field.

    Gurus... do I have a chance with these questions. I don't have any other national or international award such as Presidential Medal or Nobel Prize.

    My presentation at international conferences are posters. Nothing great such as plenary talk.

    I can submit more evidence of publications and citations.
    Letter about my role and responsibilities as leader in my institution.

    Thats it. Do I have a chance?





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  • ComicDom1
    December 21st, 2007, 01:11 AM
    First I want to say hello to everyone because I have not been on this site for a while. Second, I want to wish everyone a happy holiday season.

    Recently, I have been taking a good hard look at the Olympus E-3. I came to Canon Digital in the early days of the 1D after shooting many different digital cameras including Olympus.

    I was well pleased using my E-10, E100RS, E-20, and UZI but when I got the 1D in my hands it was as if a whole new world opened up for me again.

    Like many others, I have been following the development of Olympus Camera's. Many of us switched to other brands because we grew tired of waiting for Olympus to produce a DSLR that might be able to compete with the offering from Nikon or Canon. The move to producing a full frame 4/3's sensor was interesting as well. When Olympus finally did release the E-1, it offered a great build including a splash proof body, and some very high quality glass. Unfortunately it lacked in a few area's and although interesting, unless you shot at lower ISO, it was not a camera for people who liked to shoot in low light and sporting events.

    I realize, that not everyone has the same requirements for a camera. There are many users the E-1 body worked for. I finally picked one up after the prices fell to a very low point, and I could not resist the deal. I have found the image quality very good if you stay within the limits of the camera.

    Finally the E-3 arrived in November and Olympus had made many upgrades in this body. I was very curious as to how competitive IS built in the body of the camera would work. I was also interested in the speed and tracking of the new auto focus system, and if Olympus had really improved on the noise levels of the camera at Higher ISOs. Although many in the Olympus SLR forum at DPR will claim that Noise is no problem at High ISO, my experiences with the camera told me different.

    I do have to say, I found the E-3 very well built. The viewfinder is very bright. With the Grip attached, the E-3 felt very similar in my hands to my Canon 1D and 1DMKII.

    One of the promises that Olympus made was that the 4/3 system was going to provide us with a smaller lighter Camera body with smaller lenses. While this might be true for some of their mid range cameras, it is certainly not true for the E-3 or E-1 with the grip attached. When sitting on the floor next to my 1D and 1DMKII bodies, I did not find much difference in their size. Lenses might be another story but yesterday, I compared the Olympus 35-100mm to the 70-200 2.8 IS lens and found that the Olympus lens was actually slightly heavier. Unfortunately Olympus has not produced any faster primes like the 85 1.8 of Canon. You really do not have good comparisons of lenses because most of what Olympus produces are variable zooms with the exception of a couple of lenses. Olympus also seems to advertise that they cover the focal length of lenses better than any other manufacturer. Since they include lenses from Sigma and Lecia/pany in this claim, I find difficulty in accepting that. Certainly if I have to consider a lens, I would prefer it was from the maker of my camera, but thats just a personal preference based on past experience.

    I do have to give Kudo's to Olympus for improving both the frames per second, as well as the Auto Focus tracking and speed. I found the E-3 will track pretty well in a poorly lit gym. The E-3 also appears to write to the CF card pretty quickly. Why they included a slot for an XD card is beyond me. They would have been much better off to include a slot for the SD cards because of their high capacity.

    I also qualified to be an Olympus Global Professional member. What this means is that I can get equipment to evaluate just like what CPS offers. Olympus goes one step further than Canon here because they will even loan you equipment while yours is in repair. So I had them send me a few items to try out. Some of the items I received was the EC-14 tele-converter, 150mm F 2.0, 50mm F 2.0 Macro, as well as a ring flash, and Fl-50R to evaluate. I think I need more time with the FL-50R and ring flash to know how I feel about them.

    One of the reasons I wanted the 150mm F 2.0 (effective focal length of 300mm on the E-3) to test is because I wanted to see how it compared in weight and Image Quality to my 300mm 2.8L lens. I also wanted to know how well the E3 in body IS would work with it. Unfortunately I got side tracked because I noticed that my E-3 images contained quite a bit of noise from the images I shot and got consumed looking at that. I can tell you that the 150 and E-3 with grip combination felt very unbalanced in my hands compared to the Canon lens. The 150mm weights 3.4lbs but of course has the effective focal length of 300mm on the E-3 because of the sensor size. If we wanted to compare apples to apples, 300mm to 300mm or actual focal length, we would find that the Olympus 300mm weighs in at a hefty 7.2 lbs compared to Canon's 300mm 2.8 IS lens which is 5.6 lbs. Also the Olympus glass is much more expensive as well.

    The problem here is that we are paying more for effective focal length just because the camera sensor is different. So in my view, we are paying more for less in the physical sense.

    I mounted the 150mm on a monopod as well. Again compared to the 1D with the 300mm, even though the E-3 combination was lighter, it was not balanced as well and was more difficult for me to steady. I do attribute some of this with me being more experienced with the Canon Gear. There is another issue that concerned me here. I did not feel that the Tripod collar of the 150mm lens was made as heavy or as well as the Canon version.

    I am currently going though several hundred exposures I have taken with various focal lengths of Olympus lenses. Since I felt my body has some issues because of noise, yesterday I returned it, the grip, and the 12-60 SWD lens to my vendor. I am waiting now for Olympus to send me another body to try out, so I can find out if it was me or the camera at fault. In the mean time, it seems that my findings are similiar to what Phil found in his DPR review of the new Sony that included the E-3 as well as the D300 and 40D.

    In closing, I need to say that this all came about because not only was I interested in the development and capability of the E-3, there were also the noted problems of the 1DMKIII. At this point, I think my 1DMKII will still do nicely for sports. Since I pretty much own the Canon lenses I need, I am considering the 5D, but I want to also give the Olympus E-3 a fair chance, so I am going to wait to see if Olympus follows through on their promise to me.

    I also am aware that there is a possibility that a 5D replacement may be announced at PMA next month. Of course I am basically interested in the best image quality, I do not know if I will wait for the replacement. Since the 5D has large photosites, I would think that the replacement would have more pixels so the image quality may be affected.

    Thanks for Reading,

    Jason
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  • gimme_GC2006
    09-13 06:50 PM
    Lets get statistics on numbers on pending I-485 application for EB2-India by year of PD.

    My PD is Aug 06 .. post yours :-)

    good..poll...I hope every one votes..

    { Gave you a green }





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  • chanukya
    10-01 05:49 PM
    Same kind of comments by Hillary were slammed as racist comments, after which she had to re-tract or explain what she meant.

    This is a kind of Type Casting all Indian-Americans as working for or owning 7/11 or Dun-kin Donuts, some people cannot see beyond that, as they are the day-to-day interactions they have with Indian-Americans....Remember we are still not Indian-Americans, we are still Indians only, but some are aspiring to be...

    In politics, especially Election Season, anything you say will be portrayed as wrong by somebody....(bi-product of freedom of speech)....we 7/11 and Dunk-in Donut guys know well about this from our Indian Politics...Feeling kind of in India only, no difference, as far as politics is concerned, our guys have mastered this art of politics, may be US should outsource this also, they might be already doing this, we do not know.

    So do not shoot the messenger....



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  • reddy_h
    02-10 05:53 PM
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  • tnite
    06-27 11:11 AM
    I filed my 485 last week and didn't file for EAD. My spouse is filing 485 next week and i will be a dependent in that application. If i apply for EAD in his application, can i use it to invoke AC21 if i have to change job after 6 months under my 485?
    I have read here that EAD is not necessary for AC21, but my lawyer said its needed.

    You cannot file 2 AOS petitions. Did your lawyer tell you that?

    To apply for EAD thru your husband you would have to apply for I485 again , which you cannot.

    You can file one AOS and one CP





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  • logiclife
    08-02 11:18 AM
    EB3 with PD of July 2006. I-140 Approved. 485 +EAD+AP filed 2 weeks ago.

    I was contemplating on job change before dates became current in June and decision to accept 485....

    Now that 485 is filed and this DUST has settled, wondering whether all this is worth the wait. (even 180 days).

    Currently in my 5th year of H1b, by waiting out the 6 months, I'll also get 3 yr h1b ext. (and hopefully ead by then).

    So is waiting 180 days the best choice? or screw all this and change! (I dunno if this AC21 etc etc is practical...same job description etc)

    (I am single and those complexities are not to be considered I guess yet.
    Plan is to try and change jobs on H1b and use EAD only if there is a dire need like layoff to find another job quicker)

    EAD is really worth having, especially in IT, because finding jobs with same or similar job description is not difficult.

    Even if not in IT, the ability to start working for someone without bothering that employer to sponsor your H1 is a HUGE PLUS. HUGE and I mean really really really HUGE.

    Also, if you are in IT, and if job market becomes worse, then employers have more choice and during those times, they get picky and choosy and ask for candidates who have work authorization (Meaning, EAD or GC or citizenship) so that they dont have to sponsor H1 and go thru those hassles. (employers get sick of USCIS delays too).

    Therefore, whether you want to stay with same employer, or change to new one, having EAD is a big benefit because having EAD is same as having GC (after 180 days of 485 filing) with one caveat : with GC, you can change profession, or stay at home and not work....with EAD, you need to work and you need to be within the same job description.

    Not to mention, the travel benefits. When 485 is pending, in addition to EAD, you get AP for travel and AP is guaranteed re-entry after a visit outside USA. IF on H1, you need to have H1 stamp and if H1 stamp on passport is expired then you have to spend time gathering documents and getting consulate appointment and getting H1 stamp -- Something that causes unneccesary anxiety and too much heartburn and potentially ruins the vacation due to anxiety.





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    07-14 05:31 PM
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