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  • desi3933
    02-03 04:59 PM
    Almost all holders of the CA have a 3 year BCom. We have had, as far as we know, 100% approvals showing the CA = US Masters with the proper documentation and a professor's expert opinion letter. Also with AMIETE.

    Sheila -

    Please refer to this pdf from CA web site

    CA as well as ICWA are post high school (10+2) programs. Therefore they can not deemed as Master Degree level courses. In fact, I did my ICWA along with my graduation from IIT. Just because most people do it after BCom does not make it Masters level program.

    In the case when/if USCIS determines CA India not to be of Masters level program, it can affect even the approved I-140 petitions.

    Not a legal advice.
    US Citizen of Indian Origin

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  • glus
    04-20 08:19 AM
    Guys, let's send more letters to the White House. Good, free initiative.

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  • redcard
    12-12 02:04 PM
    im waiting for the groans and moans

    You don't have to wait you could do some work at your office.

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  • HarshJ
    10-02 01:31 PM
    No FP notices. Spoke with the lawyer today morning and he mentioned that as the FPs are elgible for 15 months, they issue the FP when they "think" that they shall be able to finish the case in that 15 month time period.

    My EADs say FP not available, but I believe that it is not a big concern.

    Now that my EB3 PD is Sept 2001, I am hoping to get the FPs sooner rather than later.

    As for I-485 Reciept Notice's receipt date, will check with lawyer again and update you folks on that.


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  • eb3retro
    07-08 05:55 PM
    you still didnt answer my question, who are you and why are you here and that too sneakily...(;)). Caught you pretty good eh??

    To solve the EB immigration issue, we need to focus on issues that are pertinent to the problem. How and why does it matter what my status is? I know the truth hurts, but just coz someone does not like it, does not change it. I am not giving my opinion - it's the truth.

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  • Almond
    11-03 01:03 PM
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  • nixstor
    06-19 07:46 PM
    Ask your law firm why they are charging you so much. Below are the rates charged by my lawyer and should not be too different from what most of the others charge. If the lawyer doesn't answer, then show these numbers to your employer and lodge a strong protest with them.

    Adjustment of Status
    Principal applicant $1,000
    Dependent applicant $500

    Work Authorization Cards (each) $200
    Advance Parole Travel Documents(each)$200

    If you are working on an hourly basis, does your employer pay you when you're on the bench? If he doesn't, keep record of that and once you get your GC sue him over back wages and complain to DOL. These people don't deserve any thing better.

    I doubt there is some thing like range fixed for lawyers. They can charge what ever they want. Asking those Q's will only cause more resentment than any thing else.

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  • dixie
    12-04 09:44 PM
    Personally, if I am not going to get a GC, I would much prefer loosing 20-25% of the PPF and have some chance of recovering the remainder from the "babus" than loosing all of it to the US government that considers me ineligible for benefits that I have already paid for in full. Its a positive sign that the Indian govt, whatever its vested interest may be, has at least considered taking up this issue.

    Lets not nitpick on corruption and nepotism in our home countries. Its no secreat that it exists here as well - except that it goes by different names such as premium processing, amnesty etc and the whole thing is more streamlined and marketed with a positive spin on it.Nobody has experienced that more than us. And yeah, I am being cynical here.


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  • yabadaba
    07-02 03:15 PM
    medical tests - $540 (total for me + wife)

    fedex - at least $100 (3-4 over night packages)

    lawyer fees- company (no idea)

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  • mn1975
    11-06 12:25 PM
    gives good insight about the infopass


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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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  • realizeit
    02-11 04:27 PM
    Still I disagree my friend. I know, law is the law! What I am disagreeing is your interpretation and conclusion.

    In reality, towards the end of the Fiscal year, if USCIS/State Dept finds that visas will go unused in one category, they can use the spill over rules. So, if there are some potential unused visas in Family category they can add it to Employment category and vice versa. This will all work in the same year. It will not work or get transferred to a following year. In your initial argument, you said, because all the family visas for 2008 are completely used, we won't get anything from that category as spill over during this year (2009).

    If your argument is correct, there won't be any need for recapture laws that we all are working for. If the unused can be given to the next year, no visa will get wasted. USCIS/DOS can just give the unused in family category to Employment category in the following year and vice versa.

    In reality that is not the case. Visa number in one year will not flow to the next. So, your original argument is completely wrong. If there is nothing left in family category for the year 2008, that has nothing to do with the expected spill over to Employment category from family category in 2009.

    In my opinion, law is complex and snippets of the law from here and there won't will not clarify anything. So, if anyone would like to be optimistic, stay there, to be pessimistic, stay there - this whole argument by MPADAPA is not enough to change your state of mind :) Just my observation!

    Thanks for the comments. Its not my assumptions, it is the law.
    Please checkout how the spillovers between EB and FB are arrived. Here is the link


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  • dipsangel
    08-15 10:03 PM
    what to do?

    My friend, I am sorry to hear about this. Your employer must be an A** hole.

    I - 485 is your application. Employer has control of your application until I - 140. All you need from employer is employment verification letter.

    If you have a good lawyer, then you can do it together. Take legal advice. This is just my opinion.

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  • hopefull
    07-06 04:13 PM

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  • gcstudent
    08-12 03:39 PM
    In my opinion all this 5 months, 6 months rule applies only if you have not waited at any step. Like in EB1 where you can go thru the whole process in an year.. However if they made you stick to the same employer , same position for 10 yrs (maan i.e 1/4th of your working life!!) you can always have a strong argument even if USCIS decides to do something. I think those who got "freedom" , you have worried enough.. now it is the time to "go out" and enjoy!!

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  • JazzByTheBay
    09-27 04:36 PM
    Just Receipt Notices, EADs, APs, and Transfer Notices.

    Also note, the EADs say "Fingerprints Not Available"


    Have anybody of you whose cases have transferred from NSC to CSC and back received Finger Print Notice.


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    01-15 03:29 PM
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  • sandiboy
    08-16 04:16 PM
    Tomorrow being the last day for filing, i believe whoever had to refile have already done so.... So i guess Admin should close this thread

    02-26 09:52 PM
    Sure, why not.

    Can you have one of your students come up with some Chinese text for us? An 8x11 poster's worth? We can place that pdf in our resources section.

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    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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