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  • lost_in_gc_land
    02-16 01:31 AM
    Hi all,
    I am planning for a trip to india and get my first visa stamping done some time in may. My visa was approved in july 2007. Does anyone think that this issue will prolong till may? Or will all these database updates for the PIMS verification checks be complete by then? Any inputs will be highly appreciated. Thanks.

    Hi Bhagyesh,
    From what I have gathered in the PIMS ruling is that cases approved after the PIMS ruling implementation will be put in the database first followed by cases that were approved prior...
    Anyone else gather this from the PIMS ruling please let me know...and correct me if I am wrong.

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  • gcbeku
    08-13 02:46 PM
    got the approval notice (welcome notice) today.

    CPO email: 08/06 (online case status: Card/Document Production)
    approval notice email: 12 hrs later (online case status: Decision)
    soft LUD: 08/09
    approval notice snail mail: 08/13

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  • feedfront
    09-24 05:57 PM
    Got the CPO mails for myself and spouse.
    11 years wait is over finally. I wish all the best for the remaining folks !!

    Congratz!!! You got it on right time, celebrate whole weekend..

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  • sam_hoosier
    10-05 03:40 PM
    Hows ALLVOI quality compared to Vonage for India calls?

    Hows their customer service?

    I know Vonage's CS is bad.


    I have been pretty impressed with both call quality & customer service for ALLVOI. But I have not used Vonage, so cannot compare the two.

    I went from spending $130-140 a month on India calls + phone line to $ 14.99. It couldn't get any better :)


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  • vkrishn
    08-13 01:20 PM
    did they contact you after this email? or any LUD on your case?

    Nope. Nothing Yet. Its atleast better than the script response that i get from NSC.

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  • yabadaba
    01-24 12:44 PM
    wow...u guys have made my decision easier...better to go via ny directly to mumbai


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  • nkavjs
    09-25 12:35 PM
    ok. did your attorney mark a copy of your I-485 application along with I-131 applications. They shd have Alien numbers on it.
    Holdon. I am checking my copies to share details.

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  • Madhuri
    06-26 03:43 PM
    Sorry, I am still confused.
    So should it say salary no less than (salary in labor) or should it mention salary no less than (salary in I 140)?

    Here's what I requested my employer to write in the Letter:

    Current salary is XXX.
    Salary that will be offered on permant residence will be not less than YYY (mentioned in the labor)


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  • sc3
    08-21 01:00 PM
    If I am not wrong VDLRAO is predicting Eb2 will be current with in a year if USCIS continue horizontal spillover. What is wrong with you..

    I dont know what VDLRAO is predciting, I was responding to someone, oh wait a minute, it was your post a couple pages back that said "...as from VDLRAO's post Eb2 does not need much visa to become current ..".

    So nothing is wrong with me, but you better ask that question to yourself.

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  • swissgear
    09-16 01:29 PM
    Finally my journey ended today !!!
    Below are my details.

    1.) Priority Date --> 03/30/2006
    2.) 485 Approved on --> 09/16/2010
    4.) Service Center --> NSC
    5.) Pre-Adjucated Yes/No --> YES
    6.) Info Pass Yes/No --> yes (Today - No help)
    7.) USCIS Contact Yes/No --> Yes(Case assigned to IO)
    8) Service Request Yes/No --> Yes (opened SR on 09/02/10 citing "outside processing
    time" and no updates on the case after initial filing)
    9.) Contact Senator Yes/No --> NO
    10.) Recent RFE Yes/No --> EVL in 2009
    11.) AC-21 (Employer change) NO
    12.)Ported Case(EB3->EB2) Yes/No --> NO

    Thanks to all the great folks at IV that helped me navigate through this journey. This has been a great forum to know the updates and issues faced by the Highly Skilled Immigrants like us...
    It has also helped me in understanding the situation from the inception of my journey and helped me make my moves accordingly with one goal of getting GC without going through any hassles.

    And finally , I sincerely pray for all the folks in EB-3 to get some kind of relief soon, so you can get greened soon. And I would still support this great organization in what ever way I could.

    Thanks and best wishes to you all waiting :-)

    PS: For those of you who think Visas are over, its not the case based on my approval received today afternoon. So hang in there, your day comes soon enough :-)


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  • SunnySurya
    08-07 11:33 AM
    Good for you...
    People there are thousands of cases like this. Most of them in 2002,2003,2004 and 2005 range..SunnySurya and Rollling_Fraud,

    Good news for your guys. I am EB3 but recently my labor got approved in EB2 and very soon I am going to port PD from old labor. :DHa..:Dha..:Dha..You can�t stop me and very soon I am going to stand in front of you in EB line.

    Note: Please post your reply ASAP. I am compiling your posts and will send this in �Best Joke of the Year� challenge.

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  • Nil
    01-15 07:24 AM

    Pls have one or two brief explanations of our plight and solution ideas on chage.gov to be voted by all in the community.

    i have received this email from change.gov, and believe that the new administration can bring change for us:

    {We wanted to tell you about a new feature on Change.gov which lets you bring your ideas directly to the President.

    It's called the Citizen's Briefing Book, and it's an online forum where you can share your ideas, and rate or offer comments on the ideas of others.

    The best-rated ones will rise to the top, and after the Inauguration, we'll print them out and gather them into a binder like the ones the President receives every day from experts and advisors. If you participate, your idea could be included in the Citizen's Briefing Book to be delivered to President Obama. }


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  • gc_buddy
    11-18 02:36 PM
    I did it on behalf of GC4Me.

    Hi gc4me, Can you please open a new thread that you have got a phone call from Ombudsman. People will see the thread and will get more motivated. If you think, it will not help, please ignore.

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  • rajesh_kamisetty
    07-10 09:45 PM
    Oh website refers incorrect website address. I hope that's not a big deal.

    "This camapaign has been initiated and pushed ahead by the immigrationinvoice.com group. Salute to the members of this group for the job well done."

    Matthew Oh mentions Immigration Voice on his website and links to our site. He reports the response of Emilio Gonzalez to the flower campaign. Matthew writes "Salute to the members of this group for the job well done". :)



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  • glamzon
    06-29 04:26 PM
    My Guess is , It is a rumour . since the USCIS suspended the I -140 Premium Service for the month of july . It clearly indicates they are aware/expecting many of the I -485 filings from July 1st and do not want to promise I- 140 decision in 15 days during July .

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  • rexjamla
    06-15 02:26 PM
    Hi Friends,

    I am really sick and tired of my attorney. He is making money out of immigrants but he does not like immigrants based on our dicussion.
    I think we are very well educated and can easily take care of 485 filing.
    My attorney will charge me at least $3000 for it although I got his referral from AILA. On top of that he delays filing my PERM and 140 and having serious attitude problem.
    I can easily take care of 485 filing by myself.
    My only and great concern is- Is my attorney can screw up my GC processing if I fire him and file 485 on my own?

    Your Thoughts..



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  • nrk
    08-16 04:41 PM

    Finally I got the CPO email today. After 10 years (first GC was filed in 2001), it was our turn today. I received for me and my wife both.

    Good luck to all who are waiting!!!!

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  • ArunAntonio
    07-09 06:45 PM
    I dont expect USCIS to get all emotional because of our flowers and issue an update to their updated bulletin saying they will now accept and issue green cards.
    The point is that we need to make awareness that there is a HUGE community that gets affected by every move they make and that we are an active and cohesive community and also to create awareness of this debacle.

    Will you guys stop this madness atleast now?. If US started bending rules for people who send flowers, then everyone will try to manipulate the system. There is a lot of difference between the circumstances of originla gandhigiri and now. :rolleyes: That was our country back then, for crying out loud.We are in a foriegn country and the issuance of visa a previlege not a right.Why cant you guys understand this simple fact?. Now stop making fools of yourself and get a life.

    That USCIS director gave a good answer. Is your pain more than those citizens of this country who gave their limbs and life for US?. :eek:

    BTW, i am one of the guys who couldn't file I-485 because of this fiasco. But i understand the reality.:)

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  • H1B-GC
    02-02 04:03 PM

    Can you post the article here? I'm not able to get to it.


    Here you go ::p

    President Takes Dual Tack on Immigration

    White House Seeks Tougher Enforcement,
    While Pushing Idea of Guest-Worker Program
    Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
    February 2, 2006; Page A8

    WASHINGTON -- President bush drew big applause during his State of the Union address with a renewed call for "a rational, humane guest-worker program" to keep the economy humming.

    But that appeal came only after Mr. Bush issued a much sterner one first -- for tougher enforcement of immigration laws, more vigilance on the border and an immigration policy that "reflects our values."

    The message Mr. Bush delivered to lawmakers is the same one an increasingly vocal anti-immigration chorus is sending to him: First get tough; then we'll talk.

    Mr. Bush was cheered by an unlikely alliance of pro-business Republicans, Democrats, unions and immigrant groups when he called for a guest-worker program in his State of the Union address two years ago. But the idea has hit a wall of opposition from the party's cultural conservatives and security hawks who first want to stop the flood of illegal immigrants into the U.S. (See related article.)

    In December, the House of Representatives passed legislation that would, among other things, extend a short wall on the border with Mexico to 700 miles. The Senate, which had planned to overhaul immigration laws when it takes up its own bill in a few weeks, now also is under pressure from some Republicans to toughen border controls first.

    As immigration soars to an all-time high, that get-tough argument is gaining political steam. With the 2006 elections still 10 months away, a half-dozen candidates are running for national office on pledges to stop illegal immigration. Bills on the issue, many denying benefits to illegal immigrants, have been introduced in 31 state legislatures.


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    And polls show mounting voter unease about immigration: A December 2005 Wall Street Journal-NBC poll found that 57% of those questioned think the U.S. is "too open to immigrants."

    "It's astonishing how much this has become an issue across the country," says Brian Bilbray, a San Diego Republican who hopes to return to the U.S. House of Representatives this year after spending the past six years as a lobbyist for the Federation for American Immigration Reform, which wants to restrict immigration.

    But for all the emotion immigration is stirring up, political operatives in both parties warn that it isn't an issue that rallies voters. "Will this impact your electoral ambitions?" asks Ryan Ellis of the conservative group Americans for Tax Reform, who has studied the role immigration played in recent elections. "All history has indicated 'no,' whether you're in Arizona or Maine," he answers.

    It didn't prove a successful strategy for the Virginia governor's race in November. Republican Jerry Kilgore seized late in the campaign on the issue of taxpayer-funded job centers for illegal immigrants, and in a stinging television ad asked of his Democratic opponent, "What part of illegal does Tim Kaine not understand?" Although immigration was only one issue in the campaign, Mr. Kaine won with 52% of the vote.

    Likewise, in December, in a special House election in California's Orange County -- where illegal immigration is a flashpoint -- Jim Gilchrist, founder of the Minuteman Project, a volunteer border-patrol group, won just 25% of the vote.

    Mr. Ellis of Americans for Tax Reform also points to seven 2004 Republican primaries where immigration-restriction candidates never won more than 46% of the vote. Among those beating back challenges: Arizona Congressmen James Kolbe and Jeff Flake, who are sponsors of a House bill that would let illegal immigrants earn legal residency in the U.S.

    Candidates who want to restrict immigration seem not to fare well because very few people worry enough about immigration to vote on it -- even though many of them tell pollsters they're worried. In the Wall Street Journal-NBC poll, 78% of those questioned favored "tightening" the border with Mexico -- but only 7% said illegal immigration was their biggest national concern.

    Immigration is "a loud debate that produces few voters," says Frank Sharry, director of the National Immigration Forum, a Washington immigrants-rights group.

    But that doesn't mean immigration won't be talked about this campaign season. Most prominently among 2006 candidates, Rep. Tom Tancredo, a Colorado Republican, is toying with a symbolic run for the White House. Among other things, Mr. Tancredo wants to deport the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants now in the U.S. and deny citizenship to the U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants.

    Immigration restrictionists also have announced runs for governor in Colorado, for the U.S. Senate from California and for a smattering of House seats. San Diego's Mr. Bilbray is running in an April primary to succeed former Rep. Randall "Duke" Cunningham while also pursuing a class-action lawsuit that would prevent California public colleges from offering in-state tuition to illegal aliens.

    Some state legislatures are considering extending in-state tuition, health benefits and driver's licenses to illegal immigrants, even while others want to ban such benefits. In Ohio, a statehouse Republican has said he is considering an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to exclude illegal immigrants from the census counts that are used to apportion Congressional seats.

    Bills in New Hampshire and North Carolina would require local policemen to enforce federal immigration laws, and one in Virginia would require proof of legal residency to obtain a marriage license.

    With Republicans largely leading the anti-immigration charge, the issue is causing heartburn for the national party, which was hoping that its generally pro-immigration stand would help it pick up Hispanic voters. Twelve years ago, California's Republican Gov. Pete Wilson won re-election in part by campaigning for a ballot measure that would deny benefits to illegal aliens -- a rare instance where an anti-immigration stand won the day.

    But a decade passed before Republicans won the governor's office again, and they still haven't won back Hispanic voters. "It was a metaphor for short-term gain, long-term loss," says the National Immigration Forum's Mr. Sharry.

    Republican pollster Ed Goeas says he urges his clients to talk about solutions to illegal immigration instead of focusing on emotion-charged issues like immigrant job centers if they want to win. His firm, the Tarrance Group, does polling for several immigration-restriction candidates, including Mr. Tancredo, he says.

    But in anticipation of the 2006 elections, he's also running voter focus groups to help candidates handle such volatile issues as amnesty for illegal immigrants and whether to allow guest workers to eventually stay in the U.S. After voters let off steam, he says, focus groups show that immigration "becomes a very reasoned conversation very quickly."

    Write to June Kronholz at june.kronholz@wsj.com

    Source : Wall Street Journal : 02/01/2006

    01-09 05:53 PM
    Those who already sent.. get your friends to send. Its great, I was planning to invite my friends over anyway, and I will get copies of the letter and have them sign it, and I will make it pain free for them and mail it for them as well. :)

    09-28 11:05 PM
    Are you from India/China ? I will be surprised if you are from one of those and name check cleared this fast.

    From Ireland

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