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  • abuddyz
    01-22 12:33 PM
    Interviewed: Jan 2 2008
    VO said visa approved, will receive in 7 days
    Jan 18: received a call from the consulate, said the petition number on the application is incorrect, and I need to resubmit the approval notice with fresh DS 156/157 at the Bangalore VFS drop box.

    Has anyone else been through the same situation?

    I checked a copy of the original DS-156/157, and there was no place to enter receipt number. The only place I could see was where the VFS pre-screening guys enter this number manually (first page DS 156 top right corner).

    If this is due to their mistake, I will be very angry and will convey this to the consulate general.

    there is one place where you enter petition info.. when I booked online appointment for mumbai.. I had to enter petition info online... it doesn't show up anywhere on any form but we do need to enter it online.





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  • Sri_1975
    06-18 03:35 PM
    Thinking about it instead of everyone filing individual complaints with ICE is there a way we can collectively file a lawsuit against companies ( atleast 2 to 3) on L1 misuse? Would this get some attention?





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  • funny
    09-09 06:34 PM
    Posting it in this thread, as this is related to HR5882.

    Make Immigration Work for Working Immigrants

    http://townhall.com/Columnists/CesarConda/2008/09/09/make_immigration_work_for_working_immigrants

    Employment-based immigrants contribute greatly to America, although you would not know it from the way current U.S. policy treats them. Due to low quotas, a typical skilled immigrant sponsored by an American company now waits 6 to 10 years for a green card (permanent residence). The House Judiciary Committee marks up legislation this week to change that, representing likely the only measure Congress may take in the remaining weeks to aid innovation, the economy and the competitiveness of U.S. companies.

    H.R. 5882, authored by Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) and Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI), would reduce wait times for green cards and help retain talented people in the United States. It would do this by providing green cards that had been allotted in previous years but went unused, primarily due to bureaucratic obstacles.

    �A developed country�s competitiveness now comes primarily from its capacity to innovate � the ability to create the new products and services that people want,� according to Curtis Carlson of the Silicon Valley research firm SRI International. Skilled immigrants are a vital source of America�s capacity to innovate.

    The National Venture Capital Association reports that 1 in 4 publicly-trade companies that began with venture capital since 1990 had at least one immigrant founder. While the vast majority of employees at U.S. firms are Americans, when U.S. employers recruit on college campuses they find foreign nationals represent a high proportion of the graduates in key fields. In 2006, 73% of new electrical engineering Ph.D.s in the U.S. were granted to international students, according to the National Science Foundation, while in 2005, foreign nationals received 55 percent of electrical engineering master�s degrees and 42 percent of computer science master�s degrees.

    H-1B temporary visas, which have been exhausted each of the past 5 fiscal years, only allow individuals to stay on a temporary basis, so an employment-based green card is necessary to stay here permanently. The separate quota for green cards for skilled immigrants is set at 140,000 a year (including dependents of the skilled immigrant). That quota has also been insufficient to meet demand, creating waits of 6 to 10 years for a green card.

    The great uncertainty these waits create lead some to give up and leave the United States and others to not even begin the process. The current long waits �cause a reverse brain drain affecting American competitiveness and innovation,� according to Aman Kapoor, executive director of the group Immigration Voice. �At the same time, these green card backlogs create severe quality of life issues for the applicants and their families.�

    Those who understand markets realize that there is no such thing as a fixed number of jobs, as critics of high skill immigration maintain. A 2008 National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP) study found that for every skilled foreign national requested (for H-1B visas) with the Department of Labor, U.S. technology companies increase their employment by 5 workers. Many U.S. executives confirm this experience at their firms. Looking to America�s next generation of scientists and engineers, a 2004 NFAP study found more than half of the finalists for the Intel Science Talent Search, the leading contest for top U.S. high school science students, were the children of skilled immigrants.

    In addition to the reduced waiting times for green cards from H.R. 5882, Congress can take other steps. It can fix the labor certification process for skilled immigrants under which the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) requires companies to engage in expensive and time-consuming advertisements to show no qualified Americans are available for certain jobs. Neither the law nor the original DOL regulations required such advertisements. Yet DOL is using its questionable authority to, among other things, audit thousands of green card cases from the nation�s largest immigration law firm, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy. The Fragomen firm has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court alleging DOL has exceeded its authority. Congressional oversight is warranted.
    Congress can also eliminate the per country limit for skilled immigrants, which pushes back wait times for Indian and Chinese professionals, exempt from green card quotas those who earn a master�s degree or higher, and increase the quotas for H-1B temporary visas.

    While H.R. 5882 will not solve all our immigration problems, it represents an important effort to retain talented individuals in America so they can help create jobs and innovation in the United States.

    Stuart Anderson is a former Staff Director of the Senate Immigration Subcommittee and now Executive Director of the National Foundation for American Policy, a nonpartisan policy research group based in Arlington, Va.

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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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  • vivekm1309
    07-15 01:13 AM
    http://desmoinesregister.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070713/NEWS09/707130379/1001/NEWS

    Here is a speech from Tancerdo ...It was good see the comments for the newsclip from the native folks ..





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  • ohio boy
    09-25 05:09 PM
    As it has been 85 days since my 485 reached in NSC and updates, so I called the 800-375-3283 and transfered to IO, she was very polite and told that now they are taking 120 days to issue receipts. ( ware...waa...how fast service)

    As CAA dude post a 800-246-8253 this is Custom #. (lol)

    So they started to say now all we have to wait for another 30 days, there is no other way to get the receipt #, she said call once in a week if u are lucky, u may get ur receipt #,

    yes sending fax, e-mails, create a query this make sence to invistigate the pending application.

    Ok again ur count down starts against 120 days..........



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  • rahulp
    05-23 09:59 PM
    I want to be in a position to use AC21 as early as possible. What happens if laid off after getting EAD but before 6 months since filing I-485?





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  • manand24
    09-16 01:28 PM
    My wife and I received the CPO e-mails today at 12:15PM.

    1.) Priority Date --> 04/24/2006
    2.) 485 Approved on --> 09/16/2010
    3.) Pre-Adjucated Yes/No --> No Idea
    4.) Info Pass Yes/No --> No
    5.) USCIS Contact Yes/No --> No)
    6) Service Request Yes/No --> Yes (opened SR on 09/10/10 citing "outside processingtime" and no updates on the case after initial filing) - No response for the SR.
    7.) Contact Senator Yes/No --> NO
    8.) Recent RFE Yes/No --> NO
    9.) AC-21 (Employer change) NO
    10.)Ported Case(EB3->EB2) Yes/No --> NO
    11.) Service Center - NSC

    Best wishes to you all waiting

    Application Type: I485 , APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS

    Your Case Status: Card/ Document Production

    On September 16, 2010, we ordered production of your new card. Please allow 30 days for your card to be mailed to you. If we need something from you we will contact you. If you move before you receive the card, call customer service at 1-800-375-5283.

    This step applies to applications that result in an applicant receiving a card (such as a "green card") or other document (such as a naturalization certificate, employment authorization document, travel document, or advance parole). Applications will be in this step from the time the order to produce the card/document is given until the card/document is produced and mailed to the applicant. You can expect to receive your card/document within 30 days of the approval of your application.

    If you do not receive your document, please contact our National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283.

    If you have questions or concerns about your application or the case status results listed above, or if you have not received a decision from USCIS within the current processing time listed*, please contact USCIS Customer Service at (800) 375-5283.



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  • saileshdude
    08-13 10:56 AM
    Should not be an issue. I spoke recently to one of the attorneys and they mentioned that H-1B transfer should not be an issue. As long as you have a job offer in similar classification it should be fine. Regarding the AC21 they suggested that if dates are current then a good approach is to wait for filing AC21 and see if you get the GC. If you don't and dates retrogress then file it later. But filing immediately also wouldn't hurt.




    My I-485 case is current right now. If I change my employer(whoever sponsored Green Card) to a new employer, what are the concequences? I want to do H1B transfer because I am not using EAD right now, should I file AC21 or not?

    Priority Date: Dec/15/2005
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  • Desichakit
    08-07 08:46 AM
    So now its Old Wine that too illogical in new Bottle. I can at best say that it if you do not agree with some one then at least do not use its resource.



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  • willIWill
    03-30 04:50 PM
    This is good news indeed !

    12,000 extra visas available to EB2 at the end of second Fisc qtr would be excellent !!

    Worst case I think they'll have to match EB2 India with the EB2 China date before they take it even further in the coming months for the both the countries.





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  • franklin
    07-11 03:14 AM
    Dear Non-Indian Members,
    When Xiyun Yang talked to me yesterday, I did mention that there are more Chinese and Pakistanis and people from other countries
    She was very much interested in talking to them. ( I had mentioned this in my previous post, but would have got lost in the barrage of posts in the last few days)
    I would suggest, that non-Indians, please contact Xiyun @
    email:yangx@washpost.com
    office phone: 202 334 6701

    Also, please leave a comment on her article in the washington post and mention which country you belong and how this is also your issue, as much as everybody else

    We definitely want to make this an universal issue and not just an Indian Issue

    Anand Sharma
    Done - thanks



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  • BharatPremi
    09-24 06:04 PM
    Many of us could be over-qualified for our current EB3 position (after so many years of wait) and is accepting the current position only to strictly adhere to "same/similar" job classification. In that case employer can file a GC for our real qualification i.e. Eb2.

    Yes agree. The point is that for an example in September 2008 if you used AC21 then on that date you and your employer claimed that your skills are matching for "particular EB3 job classification" . Now if you go interfiling to USCIS in March 2009 then USCIS doubt as logically employer ca not establish the "natural skill progression" within 6 months.

    One more thing - RFEs. Although people used AC21 in 2007 or start of 2008, just recently USCIS sent RFEs to many. All of them have just finished replying those RFEs in which hthey claimed that they are still working on a "same job" matching EB3 skill. My employer sent that RFE response in May 2009. So my clock starts again from May 2009. In December 2009 it is almost impossible for my employer to show that " I am fit for advanced skills". So this is the glitch that lot many lawyers are strongly hesitant to proceed on interfiling.





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  • eb3_nepa
    07-10 09:50 AM
    Why would they think like that?, USCIS made a mistake. They tried to cover (by making visas unavailable) their ass to save their jobs. Thats why we have congress to help us out.

    For USCIS its a bad publicity.

    We have congress "helping us out" by doing WHAT exactly?? So far we have exactly ONE congresswoman who made a statement. After that no one has even BOTHERED to do anything.

    It may be bad publicity for the USCIS, but guess what? NO ONE GIVES A S**T. The USCIS is an INDEPENDANT body and it made a MISTAKE. Everyone makes mistakes, remember?



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  • anda007
    07-10 08:41 PM
    This one needs membership etc. to read the article. But you can see the headline and be happy that we have been covered

    http://uspolitics.einnews.com/news/uscis





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  • Nil
    03-11 12:32 PM
    i guess some of the folks who are in the same GC boat do not approve of a few getting into citizenship while the rest are left behind.
    This is fully understandable.
    All what we are aiming for, finally, is citizenship.
    All what a few red dotted folks here are talking about is to set a fair timeline for it.

    Say if one gets the GC after 4 yrs of application, s/he will get a citizenship roughly 10 yrs from that start. What is wrong if someone who is waiting in queue for 10 years can finally apply for citizenship?

    We need to find a plan to propose that will speed up the GC process as well as deliver citizenship after a foreseeable period of time.
    There is no discrimination here.
    Please feel free to reason out instead of pouring in red dots.



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  • chanduv23
    05-16 02:32 PM
    Thanks a lot for clarifying that. thats what i had in mind. but just wanted to confirm it.

    Your job description can have a clause like 'Work location, Atlanta, but beneficiary will travel to various client locations within the country and outisde the country.' This is not an issue





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  • addsf345
    09-28 12:46 PM
    Taxes are inevitable!
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    I agree about taxes. This is general understanding. However with my teleblend (formerly sunrocket) the taxes were only around $2 at the same address where I stay now. With vonage its $6.32 -- I have no idea why vonage taxes are almost 3 times to teleblend for almost equal price plans at the same address?





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  • abhijitp
    07-09 08:34 PM
    Why is everybody so happy? He has just briefly and curtly informed in the message that flowers will be forwarded. They won't be sitting on my desk and embarrasing me. There is no acknowledgement of the issue or any empathy or compassion with the sufferers. Now even the press coverage will make USCIS director look good. I don't see what's the positive development here.

    They probably tried to pass the irritant to someone else. If USCIS continues receiving flowers, and therefore passing them on, one day even the soldiers will say "No thanks!". Then they will pass them on to someone else. But for how long?

    I think this campaign will NOT lose its effect-- as long as we are persistent. Ideally, we should continue sending flowers at least so long as it does not become a MUCH talked about issue in the print and radio and TV media. My humble opinion.





    Macaca
    12-05 04:15 PM
    AMY GOODMAN: In the beginning of the broadcast, we played a clip�

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: �of you talking about various concerns that you have around immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: The last part of that clip�and maybe we can play it again�

    LOU DOBBS: Illegal immigrants, if I may, Amy.

    AMY GOODMAN: Illegal immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Only illegal immigrants.

    AMY GOODMAN: Maybe we can play a last part of this clip that we played, just to go through it again. We�ll see if our folks have that clip ready. And this is the clip that we played in the billboard. It�s�

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I can recall what was said if it�s at all helpful. I said that according to a study�I didn�t use the attribution, but according to a study that Jorge Borjas at Harvard University had completed, that the cost of excess immigration into this country amounts to $200 billion a year in wages, that the cost of incarceration, medical care, social services approximates $50 billion in this country per year. And the reality is that about a third of the crimes that are of those in state prisons�federal prisons, excuse me, federal prisons, are�I�m sorry.

    AMY GOODMAN: Are�?

    LOU DOBBS: Are those who are in this country illegally.

    AMY GOODMAN: Let�s play it.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: And then let�s talk about it.


    Let�s say the number is eleven million, although some studies put the number as high as twenty million illegal aliens in this country. That not only amounts to a shift of six to ten congressional seats among the states based on the population of illegal immigration. The fact is, those illegal aliens are costing our economy $200 billion in depressed wages for working Americans. It is costing $50 billion a year in social and medical costs. And it�s costing us, no one knows precisely how much, to incarcerate what is about a third of our prison population who are illegal aliens.

    AMY GOODMAN: So, Lou, you said a third of the prison population are illegal aliens.

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    AMY GOODMAN: The fact is, it�s something like 6% of prisoners in this country are non-citizens, not even illegal, just non-citizens.

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    AMY GOODMAN: And then a percentage of that would not be documented.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, it�s actually�I think it�s 26% in federal prison.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you said of all prisoners.

    LOU DOBBS: I said about�yes, but I�and I misspoke, without question. I was referring to federal prisoners.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you didn�t say that, and so it leaves people with the impression�

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I didn�t, but then I just explained it to you.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you have a very large audience on CNN.

    LOU DOBBS: I have a very large audience and a very bright audience.

    AMY GOODMAN: And you told them that a third of the population of this country are illegal immigrants. 6% , which is under the population of immigrants�

    LOU DOBBS: 6% , right.

    AMY GOODMAN: �in this country, of prisoners�

    LOU DOBBS: In state prisons.

    AMY GOODMAN: �are immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: In state prisons. In state prisons.

    AMY GOODMAN: No, 6% overall are immigrants. You said 30% are illegal.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I think we�ve established�we could sit here and say this all day, Amy. The fact is, the number is 26% in federal prisons. That�s what I was referring to. I did not�I misspoke when I said �prisons.� I was referring to the federal prisons, because that�s the federal crime: immigration. And that�

    AMY GOODMAN: Have you made a correction on your show to say that 30% of�?

    LOU DOBBS: I�m sure we have. We�ve reported�absolutely.

    AMY GOODMAN: We didn�t see it.

    LOU DOBBS: Do you know how many reports we�ve done on illegal immigration in this country?

    AMY GOODMAN: Yes, many.

    LOU DOBBS: I mean, my god.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Yeah, but I�d like to get into this issue�I mean, aside from the fact that the GAO report�

    LOU DOBBS: Excuse me, just one second.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Sure.

    LOU DOBBS: I mean, what if I were to sit here and just hound you because you said I was anti-immigrant, when I am, point of fact, I�m anti-illegal immigrant, and it�s absolutely a matter of fact. We could quarrel over the terminology, if you want. But why should people of good faith and intelligence sit there and be so absurd about it?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: No, we agree on that. But this is precisely the lumping of illegal or undocumented immigrants and legal immigrants in one category that�s a problem�

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: �because, for instance�

    LOU DOBBS: Right, I agree with you.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: �the total percentage of the non-citizen population of the United States right now is about thirty-five million, 12% of the population.

    LOU DOBBS: Do you know this?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Well, this is Census Bureau�

    LOU DOBBS: I was just�I was just�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Wait, wait, Lou. Let me finish. Let me finish, Lou.

    LOU DOBBS: I have to say, I was laughing about the NIE, because, as you heard Steve Hadley talk about�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Lou, let me finish.

    LOU DOBBS: �high confidence levels in those estimates,�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Right, but let me�

    LOU DOBBS: What do you suppose the confidence level is of the United States government in the number of people in this country illegally, the number of people�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: We�re assuming now�the legal population is pretty well documented, right? But the�

    LOU DOBBS: Documented, undocumented.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: The legal immigrant population is pretty well documented. It�s about twenty-three million. And then you add maybe another eleven to twelve million of the undocumented population, and you get thirty-five million. The point is�my point is this: if 12% of the non-citizen population of the United States�non-citizens comprise 12% of the population. They comprise 6% of the prison population. That suggests to me that crime rates are far lower among non-citizen immigrants�legal and illegal�than they are among the general population of the United States.

    LOU DOBBS: Can I ask you a question?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: You have raised the issue of crime�you�ve raised the issue of crime in relationship to immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, silly me, silly me. MS-13, all sorts of gangs. You know, the fact that Mexico is the largest source of methamphetamines, heroin, cocaine, marijuana entering the United States. Silly me for bringing up crack.

    AMY GOODMAN: But, Lou�

    LOU DOBBS: But may I ask you a question?

    AMY GOODMAN: I think you agree�

    LOU DOBBS: May I ask this question�

    AMY GOODMAN: I think you would agree�

    LOU DOBBS: May I ask this question�

    AMY GOODMAN: �that facts matter.

    LOU DOBBS: Of course, they do. Absolutely.

    AMY GOODMAN: And so�

    LOU DOBBS: I am an empericist to the bone.

    AMY GOODMAN: And so, if 6% of prisoners are immigrants�documented and undocumented�and you said 30% of prisoners, a third of the population of prisons in this country, are prisoners, it conveys a very different sense.

    LOU DOBBS: Different meaning.

    AMY GOODMAN: And as you�ve pointed out�

    LOU DOBBS: I agree.

    AMY GOODMAN: �you�ve done hundreds of shows on these issues.

    LOU DOBBS: More than that. More like thousands.

    AMY GOODMAN: And that reinforces the feeling that people have, who watch the show�

    LOU DOBBS: So, your point is?

    AMY GOODMAN: �either they believe you or�either they don�t believe you, or they believe you and are being fed wrong information.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I don�t�you know, I think it�s important for all of us, because, as you say, I�m�we�re all interested in the facts. So let me ask both of you, please, a question that seeks a fact: Does the United States government and do state governments inquire of their prisoners as to whether they are legal or illegal, and can they under the law? Or are these estimates that we�re talking about?

    AMY GOODMAN: Well, if the government doesn�t know, how do you know?

    LOU DOBBS: No, that�s as straightforward question.

    AMY GOODMAN: How do you know?

    LOU DOBBS: Well, because in the federal prisons, they are permitted to make a decision as to whether or not they can ask if they�re citizens or non-citizens, but cannot ask if they�re legal or illegal. So it is, at best, a projection. When Juan says eleven million to twelve million illegal aliens, you and I both know that the Bear Stearns study suggests twenty million people. There is no one in this country today�that�s why I referred to the National Intelligence�

    AMY GOODMAN: And the Bear Stearns study has been critiqued over and over again�

    LOU DOBBS: By whom?

    AMY GOODMAN: �by the top economists.

    LOU DOBBS: Oh, come on!

    AMY GOODMAN: Bear Stearns study, saying it is wildly exaggerated, that their�

    LOU DOBBS: The National Intelligence Estimate is closer probably on Iran today than it is on the makeup of the US population today. I mean, if you want to talk about this nonsense, I mean, that�s what it is.

    AMY GOODMAN: Let�s go to break, and we�ll come back.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: Our guest is Lou Dobbs. He is the well-known anchor of CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight and has written a new book called Independents Day. We�ll be back with him in a minute.

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