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  • pappu
    12-13 03:29 PM
    Administrators/Super moderators,

    Can you please send an email to all members the content of the sticky?

    Thank you.

    Neelu
    we send emails to members as a newsletter and will include this as action item. However we do not want to spam our members every now and then. we also want our members to update their details at this time so that we can reach out to them. only few members actually updated their information till now.





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  • doknek
    05-19 11:41 AM
    There are 13 guys voted "NO". May I know why. These guys already got approval or what? If so, Please remember this voting is only for people are struck in Perm process.

    Its a stupid poll, there will be people lurking around selection 'No' or 'Maybe' as an answer just for fun. We just need to count by the number of people posting Audit details. Poll does not make any sense to me OR we just need 1 answer: Yes:p





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  • akhilmahajan
    07-31 12:06 PM
    Check the following link out.
    http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?p=179864#post179864

    One of the members have used it to get their EAD cards expedited.
    I have also try to find the FAX number for TSC.

    All the best buddy.

    GO IV GO

    The fax # for expediting EAD for TSC is (214)962-2632.
    Thanks to fromnaija, for posting this information on another post.

    GO IV GO





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  • ashkam
    07-24 01:58 PM
    My wife got her approval documents yesterday. Effective H1 date on I-94 starts from Oct 2007. Anyone knows how soon can she file for SSN or does she have to wait till Oct 1st.

    She obviously cannot wait till Oct 1st or she won't get paid for the first week (at least). Contact the SSN office to find out how soon you have to file. In my opinion, you are eligible to get an SSN the moment you receive work authorization (even if its for a future date).



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  • GCNirvana007
    09-02 09:49 AM
    I beg to differ from your point of view that approvals are on PD. If you take a good look at the PDs of approved cases posted here, you will there are many post July 04 (mostly in Oct and Dec 04) and we all know there are many before that.

    They are clearly going by ND. I have seen 1/2 case approved that had ND after 8/30/07

    They dont prioritize inside the current time window. In otherwords, they dont necessarily go Jan, Feb, Mar etc. They just do it if its inside Jan 2005.





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  • geevikram
    06-03 01:00 PM
    I'm starting to call all of them again!!!



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  • sjagadeesan
    09-01 09:42 PM
    I got the much anticipated magic email at 7.46 PM (central Time). I didn't know that they are working this late. Good job NSC!
    Primary plus 2 dependants.
    PD 15th June 2004 NSC
    RD Aug 14th 2007
    ND OCt 15th 2007
    Last FP Nov 2007. No second FP.
    No LUD at all since 09/08 when I replied for medical RFE.
    Scheduled an Infopass on 09/03. Maybe I will keep it to tell them thanks in person!
    In appreciation of IV's efforts I will make a donation of $500.00 and I will continue with monthly recurrent donations for the rest of the year.
    Thanks to all the guys who are active in IV.
    "Things may come to those who wait ..... but only the things left by those who hustle" -Abe Lincoln





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  • usdreams
    05-19 03:46 PM
    Is there a Phone # to make a service request if your case is transferred to Local Office, in my case, its transferred to Newark, NJ office since Oct. 2009.



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  • trueguy
    04-08 06:46 PM
    There are total 78 approvals for EB3-India for this financial Year and now EB3-I is unavailable for rest of the year.

    At this pace, it will take hundreds of years for EB3-I backlog to clear. This per country cap and new spill over process is killing EB3-I and there are no hopes.

    We must do something. I wrote several letters to Local Senators, Ms Lofgren, Mr. President, Mr. Vice President but nobody offered any help for me.

    Now I am ready for hunger strike. Anybody ?





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  • susie
    10-10 11:34 PM
    and attach this



    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    APPENDIX: REFORM SOLUTIONS

    The Need for a Compassionate Visa

    A compassionate visa is immediately required for reasons of humanity and dignity. Currently, because of the technicalities of US immigration laws many families torn apart are also subject to more degrading treatment at times of severe illness. Any provision should allow for the following:

    * US residents, including those who are landlocked, to leave the USA for any necessary period for compassionate reasons;
    * Non-US residents to enter the USA for any necessary period for compassionate reasons on a nonimmigrant basis;
    * Evidence of immigrant intent should not prevent a person receiving a compassionate visa (such as an existing immigrant petition), unless an applicant makes it absolutely clear their intention is to immigrate and not to enter the USA on a temporary basis;
    * To prevent abuse of such a visa, documentary evidence should be required as appropriate to ensure the application is made in good faith; and
    * Compassionate visa processing should be dealt with the USCIS for US residents and in the consular office for non-US residents on an expedited basis if the imminent death of a close relative or funeral arrangements for a deceased relative is at issue.

    INA, section 203(h) (as inserted by the Child States Protection Act, section 3) (8 U.S.C.1153(h))

    Current Provision in INA, section 203(h)

    �RULES FOR DETERMINING WHETHER CERTAIN ALIENS ARE CHILDREN-
    (1) IN GENERAL- For purposes of subsections (a)(2)(A) and (d), a determination of whether an alien satisfies the age requirement in the matter preceding subparagraph (A) of section 101(b)(1) shall be made using--

    (A) the age of the alien on the date on which an immigrant visa number becomes available for such alien (or, in the case of subsection (d), the date on which an immigrant visa number became available for the alien's parent), but only if the alien has sought to acquire the status of an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence within one year of such availability; reduced by
    (B) the number of days in the period during which the applicable petition described in paragraph (2) was pending.

    (2) PETITIONS DESCRIBED- The petition described in this paragraph is--

    (A) with respect to a relationship described in subsection (a)(2)(A), a petition filed under section 204 for classification of an alien child under subsection (a)(2)(A); or
    (B) with respect to an alien child who is a derivative beneficiary under subsection (d), a petition filed under section 204 for classification of the alien's parent under subsection (a), (b), or (c).

    (3) RETENTION OF PRIORITY DATE- If the age of an alien is determined under paragraph (1) to be 21 years of age or older for the purposes of subsections (a)(4) and (d), the alien's petition shall automatically be converted to the appropriate category and the alien shall retain the original priority date issued upon receipt of the original petition.''

    Explanation

    The references to �(a)(2)(A)� refers to principal beneficiaries and �(d)� refers to derivative beneficiaries. Subsection (1) provides a calculation to be considered a child under the family-based preference categories in light of USCIS processing delays. Subsection (2) describes the types of petition covered, ensuring beneficiaries, whether principal or derivative, are treated as a child under 21. Subsection (3) is another useful provision so that if the calculation of a beneficiary renders them over 21, they can retain the priority date of the original petition.

    Problems

    The language of this provision has rendered the provision open to ambiguity. Specifically, subsection (3) states the �alien�s petition shall be automatically be converted to the appropriate category and the alien shall retain the original priority date issued upon receipt of the original petition.� The problem is in relation to a derivative beneficiary (which is covered by this subsection) and is twofold. First, by its nature of being a derivative, a derivative beneficiary does not have an original application to speak of. Only the parent has a petition, which has caused the ambiguity. A Board of Immigration (BIA) decision did provide a common sense interpretation (Garcia, Maria T, File A79-001-587, June 16, 2006), but this is not binding on the USCIS and we know first hand that the USCIS has not consistently interpreted the provision in accordance with the BIA decision. Second, although the above mentioned BIA decision clarifies the provision also applies to F4 derivative beneficiaries, these petitions do not automatically convert. An F4 derivative beneficiary who ages still must wait for their Parent to file a new I-130 form, which is inconsistent with the language of the provision.

    Another problem is if the new proposed points system is implemented, any person who ages out will no longer have a direct basis for immigration. Instead they would have to qualify under a points system, which is not guaranteed. This new system would make the above provisions redundant.



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  • needhelp!
    04-09 05:47 PM
    Now I am thinking I should sign up for the family and all three of us would be able to do the 5K for sure.

    Alright. I will sign - up for the Houston Half Marathon and if you decide to upgrade to a half I will swap my Half marathon Decal with your 5K decal. Sound Good? :p





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  • sanan
    05-16 01:53 PM
    I would say 90 % in the same boat :p No sweat. They will do an immunization test. You could even get the vaccinations taken
    I am sure some of us do not have vaccination records, but have gone thru vaccinations back in India....The record keeping is a recent phenomenon...any body in the same boat and have gone thru same phase



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  • billu
    04-10 09:21 AM
    I'll get more details tomorrow. They still didn't find my application...today one agent told me that she will do the research and get back to me.

    have u got any updates?





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  • Lasantha
    04-11 12:37 AM
    Thanks machan!!

    Congratulations Lasantha, happy for you.


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  • senthil1
    06-14 02:29 PM
    I know it is not correct way. But those who are waiting for long time worth to try. Anyhow most of the persons are eligible to file 485. Few thousand substitutions will not make much difference.

    Your suggestion surprises me.





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  • arnab221
    04-06 07:47 PM
    If someone is responsible for the current state of affairs in the H1B area , It is Indian firms . The H1B1 was started in 'GOOD FAITH ' by United States to help people from "all over the world" to come in and work in the US , but large Indian IT houses have overexploited these loopholes so much that we are currently in this sorry state of affairs . In their greed for higher and higher profits(every Indian firm hits 30% profits every quarter ) they have spoiled a perfectly working program a few years ago to such a state that now getting an H1B has got less nothing to do with talent but has become like buying a supperlotto ticket .Below is a very good article from the "Economic Policy Institute " that highlights the fact that 2 well known Indian firms have single handedly lapped up 65% of H1B visas last year and have applied for just 69 green cards . Thats a GC application rate of 0.0004%. i Cannot help agree with the facts in this article. I totally agree that firms like these which abuse the system ought to be severely punished and blacklisted, so that geniunine US companies can get their required workers , when they need them . The link is as below.



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  • voicerj
    05-04 02:16 PM
    Seems like no approvals today also during the day. We will have to wait until tonight to see more approvals .... hopefully mine tooooooo:D

    I see one approval today with user id "clouds" and priority date - June-30.. Hope things go in favor of us.





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  • gdhiren
    09-20 11:40 AM
    There are just too many fond memories to share in one post... but I do want to specially thank leo2606 who drove 70 miles to pick up myself, venkygct, vsraja and punjabi at the Dulles airport and then took us out for breakfast, then to the rally venue, then for lunch, finally to a hotel room we had booked for a quick shower, basically... like a shadow he was with us wherever we wanted to go! And... whenever we thanked him (and gdhiren who co-ordinated pickups/dropoffs for many others like the 4 of us) these guys, instead of saying something like "You are welcome", would profusely thank us for flying in!

    Its people... like leo2606 and gdhiren.. and many others are the true strength of IV!

    abhijitp, You deserve to be the MAN OF THE RALLY (I don't like to argue with ladies so I am choosing MAN :)) Whaever crowd we had at the rally the credit goes to you for the Partner thread which really helped increase the attendance and eventually out of area crowd beat the locals. Not to mention the great permonance on guitar on my favourite music.





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  • rockstart
    08-04 09:52 PM
    Finally at 9:04 PM EST I received the magic email for myself and my spouse that card production has been ordered. Thanks IV for all your support thro this difficult time. Best of luck to all my friends who have been with me in this journey. I will continue to support IV in future.





    Zil
    10-06 09:24 AM
    Current mean: You should get documents including your medicals, photos, employment verification letterm etc., ready and file AOS at the earliest oppurtunity in nov. good luck

    EB2 ROW is current since oct 1, so if you have an approved i-140 you can file ASAP.





    pappu
    09-29 07:46 PM
    We are spinning in circles here and it is like reinventing the wheel. This is THE grassroots org �THAT you want to set-up. already set up to achieve exactly that � YES, YES �We want Congress to introduce a bill to reduce backlogs. The core goal of IV is to have a bill that has our provisions. That is exactly what this organization was set up to achieve. You seem to be a newcomer to this struggle. Have you followed IV from 2005 Dec when a buch of members got together on some other forums and watched helplessly as good provisions (that were meant to allievate our troubles) were taken out at the last minute from a bill during debate.
    Since then we have tried and tried and frankly have matured enough to understand that the politics of the immigration issue is complex and any standalone bill �just for us- has no chance.

    Our provisions have to be clubbed with all the rest of the minor and major groups � that want reform. There is the nurses lobby, the doctors, the illegal lobby, the dream activists, and many other fringe groups, they all want their issues to be addressed. The anti-immigrants are a big opposition to any small relief that comes up in debate. NOW- We have learnt that we need to work with all these groups, form alliances and lobby hard to get a bill that has more support.

    If you go meet with your lawmakers you will understand that our issue is a miniscule little piece of a bigger issue of Immigration. And different varying and sometimes opposing groups have to be accommodated. The politics of immigration is convulted with different factions of the society wanting different things � Our little issue is straightforward and we enjoy a lot more support for our provisions, unfortunately we were clearly told that we have to be clubbed with these other groups when it comes to seeking a bill for reform. We are being held hostage also by the Hispanic lobbyists, that feel that if smaller bills come up and are passed, there will be no apetite for their bigger issue of legalizing a big core of mostly Hispanic illegal immigrants.

    FOR A RECAP- after this administration came into office �Jan 09- We had hopes and were promised that CIR (Comprehensive Immigration Reform) will be taken up, if that fails then smaller bills will be allowed to be taken up. If you have watched the developments carefully �There was never a time and a lot of groups including IV lobbied and lobbied hard to be heard and to get a bill but- the legislative calendar with so much other priorities had no space for any immigration bill this year. After the healthcare bill, Nobody has had any energy for a big controversial bill.

    Long story-short is YES, we want a bill (either clubbed with others) or amendments inserted into a bill- But have not been able to get it done.

    The reason for this failure is us- IV Members. We have not met our lawmakers in the numbers that are important to make an impact. We have to do it every month- building pressure to get a positive sympathetic response. Now some members (including yours truly) have gone and met our respective lawmakers more than 6-8 times in the last year, but that is again not enough, that is just 20-25 odd members compared to total IV Strength of 40,000members. It has to be an ongoing effort, just like the dream activisits have done, they meet with lawmakers regularly, highlight their frustrations and are open to media �giving interviews and keeping their issue alive in the limelight.

    IV has come up with specific recommendations for what we would like to see in a bill/s for our community. IV actively analyses any bill that comes up or has a chance to come up for debate. If you want to get your hands on that document, contact Anu or Pappu and ask for the IV_Advocacy package.

    We do have a paid lobbying firm that represent our interests and educates lawmakers. This is not enough, because during debates lawmakers behave as if they do not have highly skilled immigrants in their constituency and so do not have to pay attention. This is mainly IV members fault, since we have not been able to visit lawmakers offices in the numbers that we should. Our members need to show up at lawmakers offices and educate them. Tell them you live in their constituency and represent IV so that when the lobbying firm does their work, they are paying attention and our voices are not ignored or drowned.

    Individual members need to be open, honest, and courageous enough to talk to their lawmakers and media about issues we face. Just crying and debating on IV's website does not help. Talk about introducing a bill for us to your lawmakers � not here on IV.

    Very Good post.
    We salute your efforts in supporting IV, coming to advocacy days in DC this year, monthly contributions, volunteering and going for lawmaker meetings regularly in your state. If each one of us does this, things will be much different for our advocacy efforts.



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