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  • Nil
    04-27 05:44 PM
    Guys,

    Pls do not lose heart.
    speaking for myself, i have tried to remain active, but suddenly got swamped with a huge work-load.
    in this economy, performance is a matter of survival. Not to say that we should accept immigration to be a luxury.

    It is a pity i had to miss the donor's telecon last week, simply as i was still working.

    So bottom line: there are still people who are willing to participate and active, but it is a matter of immediate priorities.

    Let us keep up the spirit and keep working....





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  • gcformeornot
    12-26 09:10 PM
    First of all, not everyone here is from India. Second, not everyone here is from programming/IT background. It is easy to make that assumption, but believe me, there are plenty of non-indians, or non-IT people, and even non-Indian, non-IT people here. :D

    For these, what is or is not happening in Bangalore is completely irrelevant.
    Second, people who are still here have already decided where they want to be. (Which is why they are on the forum in the first place). People change countries for more reasons than just following the next IT boom.

    Anyway, regarding impact on opportunities here, there is a common misconception that companies have unlimited access to talent in other countries, and the only limiting factor is the quota of H1B visas.
    Not true, by a long shot.
    To give a simple example, our company is looking for people in Australia, Denmark, Finland, Canada and UK since the pool of qualified people in India has dried up in our field. Can anyone guess where is the biggest talent pool? Nope, not in Bangalore, its right here in USA!! Not all companies are looking for the cheapest person. They are looking for the best person. And in many cases, the best person is already here, and has gathered more experience over the years working for US companies. But they cannot hire her, simply because she is on a visa and thereby beholden to another company. If she had a GC, that would free up the talent pool and thereby make many companies less reliant on H1Bs. Increasing GCs for EB candidates has the same effect as increasing H1 quota, with the added benefit of making the cream of the crop available and reducing the uncertainty and hassle of hiring an H1.

    When you outsource, you lose this talent pool which is already sitting in your backyard. You may still outsource, of course, but the most cost effective solution would be to hire the top talent already here. This is especially true in professions which do not work very well in outsourced situations, like business consulting, marketing, management etc.

    This is why it is in the best interest of companies to support EB GCs.

    most of the US companies don't look for cheapest person availiable. They are willing to pay whatever they pay to other employees. They just want right person with stability in mind. Most cheaply paid persons are not stable and happy.... they leave employer as soon as they get a $100/month+ offer.....
    So I agree 100%. Even the company I work for is doing same. They are willing to pay me equal benefits..... and they are waiting for GC to come thr'......





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  • rsdang1
    11-03 06:30 PM
    I GUESS a slight movement forward - say 3 months.... :D





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  • illusions
    02-20 05:21 PM
    did anyone save that pdf on that link? i would like to see what it had to say.



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  • prioritydate
    08-06 01:08 PM
    Did anyone got LUD on their I-140? I have an LUD on my I-140 on 04/20/2008. Most of the people got their LUD on 07/13/2008.

    Can someone please confirm if they have an LUDs in April 2008?





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  • sunny1000
    07-13 11:38 PM
    Congrats and good wishes! Thank you for your support to IV. Appreciate it.



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  • mpadapa
    02-12 09:39 AM
    My document uses similar method as used in 2007 USCIS Ombudsman report.
    Here is the link to my document - link (http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=p_liYSUcqZRXA9OjuWUNRag&hl=en)
    Similar table can be found in Ombudsman report - link (http://www.aila.org/content/fileviewer.aspx?docid=22650&linkid=162315) Look at Page 34 ( 52 / 145 )

    The numbers in my report would be off by < +/- 50 visa's because I am using published data and Ombudsman uses internal DOS data.

    The bottom line is EB limit has enjoyed spillover from unused FB visas and this year it is not going to happen. In the past we have been used to EB limits of 154K (2007), 163K (2008), this year we have to get used to the original limit 140K The movement of PD of various categories would take their own coarse based on USCIS interpretation of spillover between categories.

    It would be great if members can update their profiles so that IV can do a better job of estimating the forward movement using the tracker.





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  • sbeyyala
    05-22 03:44 PM
    I guess this bill passage is a trigger to all skilled workers to do the following.

    Option-1: Become Illegal and get a Z visa.

    Options-2: Go back to home land and live with dignity and peace of mind. (This is the option I would take). I am thankfully to the congress for helping me to make a decision, rather then wait for life time.

    Options-3: Re-apply in merit based system and wait in line for 4 to 5 years, until some other similar bill comes and says you to restart again in some other system.



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  • Pegasus503
    02-20 06:46 PM
    The damn thing was taken down before I could save it. Did anyone save the file?



    The link just worked for me

    I saved it as a pdf and doc, but the upload keeps failing so here's the text:


    Office of Communications




    Questions & Answers

    February 20, 2008

    FBI NAME CHECK POLICY

    Q. How has USCIS changed its national security reporting and adjudication requirements?

    A. USCIS has not changed its background check policies as those policies related to naturalization applications. Recently, the agency did modify its existing guidance for applications where the immigration laws allow for the detention and removal of individuals if actionable information from a FBI name check response is received after approval. For these types of applications, including applications for lawful permanent residence, the adjudicators will approve the application if it is otherwise approvable and the FBI name check request has been pending for more than 180 days. No application for lawful permanent residence will be approved until a definitive FBI fingerprint check and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check are completed and resolved favorably.

    Q. Why is this policy being implemented?

    A. This policy change is in response to a 2005 DHS Inspector General recommendation that USCIS align its background check screening policies with those of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    Q. Is this policy consistent with the national security priorities of USCIS and the Department of Homeland Security?

    A. Yes. No application for lawful permanent residence will be approved until a definitive FBI fingerprint check and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check are completed and resolved favorably. In addition, in the unlikely event that DHS receives actionable information after the application is approved, it will initiate removal proceedings. Lastly, in general these individuals have been in the United States for some time and have previously been subjected to DHS background checks.

    Q. What applications are affected by this policy change?

    A. Applications included in this policy are:
    • I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status;
    • I-601, Application for Waiver of Ground of Inadmissibility;
    • I-687, Application for Status as a Temporary Resident Under Section 245A of the Immigration and Nationality Act; and
    • I-698, Application to Adjust Status from Temporary to Permanent Resident (Under Section 245A of Public Law 99-603).

    Q. How many applications for lawful permanent residence are affected by this policy change?

    A. USCIS is currently aware of approximately 47,000 applications for permanent residence (I-485) cases that are otherwise approvable but for the fact that an FBI name check is pending. In a subset of these case, the FBI name check request that been pending for more than 180 days. USCIS anticipates that the majority of the cases that are subject to this policy modification will be processed by mid-March 2008.

    Q. Does this policy change affect naturalization applications?

    A. No. There is no change in the requirement that FBI name check, FBI fingerprint and IBIS check results be obtained and resolved prior to the adjudication of an Application for Naturalization (N-400),

    Q. How long will it take for USCIS to work through these cases affected by the policy change?

    A. USCIS has begun identifying the cases affected by this policy modification in each field office and service center. Each office will evaluate the pending cases and will adjust their workload accordingly. USCIS anticipates that the majority of the cases that are subject to this policy modification will be processed by mid-March 2008. We recommend that customers wait until mid-March before inquiring about their cases. This will allow each office sufficient time to identify and adjudicate pending cases.

    Q. USCIS Director Gonzalez pledged in his January 17, 2008, testimony regarding naturalization backlogs before Congress not to cut corners in the adjudicative process or risk national security in the interest of production? Does this policy comply with the Director’s pledge?

    A. Yes. There is no change in the requirement that FBI name check, FBI fingerprint and IBIS check results be obtained and resolved prior to the adjudication of an Application for Naturalization (N-400), For those applications for permanent residence that are affected by this policy modification, no application will be approved until a definitive FBI fingerprint check and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check are completed and resolved favorably. USCIS will continue to initiate the FBI name check requests upon receipt of the applications and will review, monitor and track cases approved under this policy until the FBI name check is complete. In the unlikely event that DHS receives actionable information after the application is approved, it will initiate removal proceedings.

    Q. The memorandum identifies I-485, I-601, I-687 and I-698 forms. Is there a plan to include other forms, specifically nonimmigrant and naturalization, in this policy?

    A. No.

    Q. Should customers contact USCIS through the 1-800 customer service number or make an INFOPASS appointment to visit their local office if they believe their application meets the criteria of this new policy?

    A. We recommend that customers wait until mid-March before inquiring about cases affected by this policy modification. This will allow each office sufficient time to identify and adjudicate the relevant pending cases. If no action is taken by mid-March, we recommend inquiring with the USCIS customer service line at 1-800-375-5283.

    Q10. Will USCIS automatically notify an applicant to appear at an Application Support Center if their fingerprints have expired?

    A10. Applicants will be notified through an appointment notice if new/updated fingerprint checks are needed.




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  • gcganapati
    05-29 09:46 PM
    Guys ,

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  • Guig0
    02-04 02:17 PM
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  • mallikonnet
    06-26 11:05 PM
    guys this wont work for the people who file through lawyers. lawyers will do at their own pace. good luck if you think it is going to work



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  • raysaikat
    07-19 06:47 PM
    Why do you think I should go for a new H1? I can always call my wife on a visitor visa. She can stay on a visitor visa in US for 1 year continuously. So why bother for an H4?

    Unless there are some other advantages of H4 which I am missing?

    She may not get a visitor's visa. Visitor's visa requires non-immigration intent, just like F-1. In your case, there is a very clear intent to immigrate, which may disqualify her from getting a visitor's visa.





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  • Suva
    07-14 11:33 AM
    Your spouse applied for H4/H1? Which one?

    Thank you very much Dinesh for this. Currently my spouse's passport is stuck in the same place for god-only-knows-what reason. The embassy staff said they are auditing every 2nd-3rd application. We have the AP but we were thinking that if we withdraw the H1B application, the embassy people might stamp the passport saying "Application Received" which sometimes can be a euphemism for "Visa Denied". I once got such a stamp when visa was denied to me.

    Since we would then always have to keep explaining at every stage why we have that stamp, that's why we are sticking on with H1B delay. We have been given the same time-frames as you were.

    When you withdrew your passport to travel on AP, did they stamp your passport with any text? Also could you please tell us the procedure you followed to withdraw your passport and whether you could collect it in person? We have been asked to email the US Embassy for withdrawing from our H1B application.

    Thanks buddy.



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  • ramus
    06-27 10:43 AM
    I will say we should just ban this guy.. What he says does't make any sense..



    rajakannan, can you please contribute to IV.. Let me know what is your thought on this.





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  • Libra
    01-13 12:01 PM
    members who sent letters please vote here, lets keep track how many of us sent letters.





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    adibhatla
    02-19 04:41 PM
    Just a small addition to your point 4.

    MTR allows you to work. Usually an MTR is supposed to be filed within 33 days after you have recieved your denial. As soon as the USCIS recieves your MTR (which is your I290B form), they issue a notice number. This number allows you to work. The only time you are not technically allowed to work is the time since you recieved the denial notice till you recieve your I290B notice number.

    1. Your old employer can revoke your I-140, however they cannot do anything to your I-485 application. Technically this should not matter since you are eligible for AC-21 (greater than 180 days, same or similar job).

    2. Unfortunately, for one reason or another USCIS has been mistakenly issuing immediate denials (no NOID or RFE - just straight denial) for people with revoked I-140s.

    3. After the I-485 denial, the process involves filing an MTR to explain to the USCIS that your case should be portable based on the AC 21 law, Yates memo etc.

    4. If you do not have H1b, and are solely dependent on EAD, then you should technically not work when I-485 gets denied. However, there are 2 schools of thought out there: one school believes not to work since the 485 is denied, and another school believes to work since EAD was not explicitly revoked, and since you believe USCIS wrongly denied your I-485. Also, the latter school argues that since your MTR would be opened withing 2-3 months, you can accrue less than 180 days presence, and use 245k to seek pardon for that. Its all about the risk appetite of the new company and their lawyers.

    5. Based on my research, it looks like MTR is taking anywhere from 2 weeks to 3 months, with the latter being more likely due to the increase in MTRs lately. My advice here will be to discuss all these options with your new employee, to see what their thought is. Obviously, if you feel they will tell you to go home, and won't keep the job open for 2-3 months, then it might make sense to either find another employer who will be willing to file H1b, or stay put.

    6. I invoked AC 21, moved on EAD, and got denied last week. I had done all my research, and got guarantee from prior company that they would not revoke I-140. I called them after i got the CRIS email and they said they had not revoked I-140. So i am still waiting for Denial Notice to see reason why.

    Bottom line, AC 21 comes with risk, and you have to be ready to ride the wave, if things are to get delayed or you are to be out of work for some time. If there was anything I could have done differently, I would have REALLY forced new employer to file H1b on my behalf. I feel i laid down too easily on this request after my previous company said they would not revoke I-140. I did ask the legal team of the new company, and they said no. I should have discussed with my bosses, since they really wanted me, and would have probably overriden the legal team.

    But life goes on...





    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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