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  • sps1
    08-04 01:10 PM
    I have applied for labor certification in Dec 2006. In may 2007 I got a denail stating that the company is not "bonafide". It is a new company and I am the 1st applicant for labor. We sent all the supporting documents and requested for review/appleal in May 2007. Since then we did not get any status from them. My attorney called them last week and made an inquiry. DOL Atlanta said that they need to do the "central check" of teh company. They do this for every new company. Does anybody aware of this "central check". How long it will take?

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  • sravani
    05-16 01:04 PM
    Not sure how this two application thing work, but doesn't this kind of situation trigger unncessary confusion with finger printing etc.?

    As far as I know, when USCIS collect the Finger Prints everything will be in the same database and the name check, back ground check etc. starts from there. If you apply two applications then you will get notifications twice? Unnecessary risks and confusions, if I were you..I wouldn't do this.

    USCIS is so unpredictable, what if they do back ground check twice and create some weird confusion or one of you get stuck unnecessarily? This is a very confusing scenario. Talk to your attorney.

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  • gc4vk
    05-06 12:08 PM
    just wanted to update that my checks are cashed on May 5th 2010 for EAD renewal, I have been calling bank to find out the LIN#, but they were not able to get me the info as uscis have mentioned A # on the en cashed cashier checks.

    EAD renewal applied on 4/20/2010 and USCIS lockbox Phoenix AZ received on 4/22/2010

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  • sve0390
    07-11 07:03 PM


    Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), chair of the House Immigration Subcommittee, sent Secretary Chertoff a list of questions and a request for documents from USCIS to get to the bottom of the whole Visa Bulletin fiasco. The letter is very interesting not just because it puts a heck of a lot of pressure on DHS right now, but also because Lofgren's folks imply from the questions that USCIS was short circuiting established security clearance procedures to "pre-request" visa numbers from DOS. If it turns out full security clearances were not carried out, USCIS will either need to say that they had the legal justification (which would be a public relations disaster for the agency) or that they intended to complete the checks after the fact (which would be a direct violation of their own regulations). The only way to avoid answering the questions and to make this go away would be to eat crow and start working the case July cases.

    This letter is posted on her today's press release July 11, 2007 (http://lofgren.house.gov/PRArticle.aspx?NewsID=1810)


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  • surachi
    09-03 02:56 PM
    Opened SR today(09/03/09) at 9.30 AM EST and with in 4 hours received CPO emails for me and 2 dependents at 1.00 PM EST.

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    PD : 11/17/2004
    Received date on notice : 07/25/07
    Received date online : 09/14/07
    Notice date : 09/17/07
    SLUD : 10/20/2008
    LUD : 09/03/2009

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  • makemygc
    04-10 08:30 PM

    How come no one in your company B asked you whether you are married or not and whether or not you need H4 filed for you spouse. Same thing about company C. Either of these companies' HR or immigration lawyer should have asked you about dependents and spouse?

    I dont know but even the smallest of consulting companies dont make this kind of mistake and they would remind you if you forget. My company's lawyer is quite lazy and slow but even his paralegal asked all the right questions and got all documents needed and didnt forget stuff when filing for various things.

    Well that's where small consulting company comes handy. I had this experience with a big company. They never asked for my wife's I-94 till the 11th hour when I brought the fact that I'm married and my wife (no wives here :( ) might need some extension. Since, it was my first H1 extension after marriage, I really didn't know that company has to file for her extension as well. I thought it just happens automatically..how naive I was.


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  • my2cents
    10-21 02:41 PM
    Base Assumptions:
    EB2 ratio (Pre PERM) 30% Before PERM came, PD was almost current and nobody cared for EB3 or EB2
    EB3 ratio (Pre PERM) 70%
    EB2 ratio (Post PERM) 50% After PERM, retrogression, people jumped on take advantage on EB2
    EB3 ratio (Post PERM) 50%

    Dependant 2.1
    Indian National Ratio 60%

    Total Labor Calculations

    Approval Rate Total Comments Source
    Backlog 363000 60% 217800 Before Mar 2005 http://www.murthy.com/news/n_relper.html
    PERM 171000 75% 128250 Mar 2005- Mar 07 http://www.immigration.com/newsletter1/dolstatperm.pdf

    Total Labor (Approved) 217800 Pre PERM only
    Indian National 130680
    Total EB3 91476
    Total Eb2 39204

    Yearly allocation in % EB3 (total 485 applications) EB2 (total 485 Appl.) Total 485 Pending for Indian National
    2001 10 19210 8233 27443
    2002 20 38420 16466 54886
    2003 30 57630 24699 82328
    2004 35 67235 28815 96050
    2005 (Before march) 5 9605 4116 13721
    Mar 2005- Mar 2007 100% 80798 80798 161595
    Total EB pending for Indian 436023

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  • nb_des
    04-10 12:37 PM
    sorry to sound like a beaten record - but it seems that everyone here pretty much sees citizenship as fait accompli!

    how has our respective motherlands harmed us that despite being pushed around by US for years on end -we are desperately seeking US citizenship?? after all - in many cases - its the basic and advanced education received at our respective countries that has made us qualify as "highly skilled" immigrants here.....

    go ahead - put all the red dots - but do some soul searching before that!

    here is the first line of US citizenship oath - "I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen" - while i can absolutely live in US as a law-abiding, tax-paying resident - how can i renounce my country of birth?

    I respect your thoughts and to some extent I personally share them. The primary benefit of citizenship for me and I believe for many others posting on this thread would be to bring our aging parents to this country and to be able to live with them.


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  • Totoro
    03-20 10:52 AM
    I am not saying that I don�t like your suggestion.. They already started issuing 2 year EAD. Where are you all these days...

    My meeting isn't going to address tactical issues such as the ones you are disputing. It is more of a general meeting to educate staffers about the general frustrations we all experience and to offer some general suggestions on how to solve the problems. Hopefully it will lead to more meetings and perhaps at some point we can get involved in specifics when new legislation is proposed to address these issues.

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  • sanjeev
    01-19 10:36 AM
    Signed up for recurring payment through my bank, you should see my $20 check by 24th.

    A small advice for non contributing members, try skipping your lunch once a week and save $20 a month for IV, this way you help yourself too by loosing those extra pounds.:p

    Contributed $100 till now and signed for $20 every month.


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  • arc
    05-14 09:36 AM
    I efiled a month back both ead and AP, so far I still have "we have received response to your RFE message" Did any one get further to the next step after receiving this message?

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  • vsc
    08-03 05:25 PM

    yes, thats what my lawyer says as well ... under section 245 k which applies to employment based GC applications, we can file follow-to-join within 180 days. In the mean time h4 status gets nulled and we should not travel out of the country.

    I think you can still file the follow-to-join application after you get your greencard. You can do it only in the first 180 days after the approval.


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  • arc
    05-05 06:17 PM
    I applied AP and EAD togather... some people have posted EADs status did anyone get the AP?

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  • sanjeev_2004
    10-13 10:45 AM
    My labor process started in June 2003 and filed on Dec. 2003; Yew York EB2 -INDIA. It was cleared from BEC 2006 October. Like me many from NY/NJ/CA stuck in BEC, so we are able to apply I-485 in june 2007. I think EB2 2001-2004 April from NOv. VB is right. These people will take 2008 quota. So people after 2004 period need to wait for 2009 quota.

    When Jun-July 2004 PD will be current? Any guess?


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  • ssd213
    05-08 04:16 PM
    After 9 years, mine got approved but no update yet for my wife. Anyone in the same boat

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  • sobers
    06-07 01:40 PM
    House GOP threatens to �blue-slip� bill (The Hill)

    By Jonathan Allen

    Lawmakers are shrouding themselves in a thin slip of blue paper as deep divisions on immigration policy are again being laid bare.

    House Republicans have threatened to deliver a �blue slip� rejection of the Senate immigration bill, and Senate Democrats are blocking efforts to circumvent that maneuver.

    The result is a procedural paralysis that has prevented the two chambers from even naming conference negotiators, a clear sign of the difficulties facing proponents of an immigration overhaul.

    The Senate-written immigration bill contains tax provisions, violating the Constitution�s requirement that all revenue measures originate in the House. Any House member could object to the Senate bill on that basis, forcing debate and a vote on whether to reject the measure outright.

    Ways and Means Chairman Bill Thomas (R-Calif.) is considered the most likely to raise such an objection, but any number of House conservatives would be happy to kill the Senate bill. To avoid that fate, Senate Republican leaders want to bring up a separate House-passed tax bill, gut it and replace its provisions with the Senate immigration bill. But Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has objected to that maneuver.

    Reid said he is concerned that using a House-passed tax vehicle could invite the introduction of unrelated tax cuts into House-Senate conference negotiations. If President Bush wants progress on the bill, he should tell House Republicans, �Don�t raise the blue-slip issue,� Reid said.

    But Republicans say the problem is Reid, not the blue slip.

    �Unfortunately, the minority leader over there, Harry Reid, continues to stand in the way,� House Majority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) said yesterday. �I think he ought to quit playing politics.�

    As lawmakers engaged a new round of finger-pointing yesterday, one thing remained clear: The immigration bill is stuck.

    Conservative Republicans are dead-set against the Senate bill, which would beef up border security, establish a temporary-worker program and allow many of the 11 million to 12 million illegal immigrants in the country now to become citizens eventually.

    The House version focuses solely on border security, and many House Republicans say the Senate bill would grant amnesty to millions of immigrants who broke the law to get here.

    But proponents of the Senate bill say the blue-slip threat is merely a distraction, one of a number of tools the bill�s critics could use to thwart its progress if they chose to do so. If the will exists to strike a deal, they say, procedural roadblocks will not be a problem.

    �Some technical blue slip is not going to stop any resolution that we come to,� Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a chief proponent of the Senate bill, said yesterday. �Let�s not get caught up in the minutiae and the weeds.�

    McCain was among the leaders of a bipartisan core of senators who struck a deal on the immigration bill and then shepherded it through the Senate last month. Sixty-two senators, most of them Democrats, voted for the final bill.

    The legislation drew harsh criticism from Senate conservatives, many of whom voted against it. Even if Reid were to allow GOP leaders to move forward, there is no guarantee that Republican senators would not use procedural weapons to stop action.

    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) tried to kill the bill on its first trip through the Senate.

    Sessions sent a �Dear Colleague� letter yesterday in which he urged colleagues to study the details of the immigration bill, particularly the number of legal immigrants it would allow into the country in future years.

    �It remains deeply flawed,� he wrote.

    Republicans hinted yesterday that they have other options for getting around the blue-slip problem.

    �There�s always a Plan B,� said Eric Ueland, chief of staff to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.).

    In 2000, House and Senate leaders circumvented a similar problem by appointing �shadow� conferees to a bankruptcy bill and attaching their work product to the conference report on a separate bill, according to Walter J. Oleszek�s Congressional Procedures and the Policy Process.

    But alternatives and timelines were in short supply yesterday.

    �Things can break loose at any time,� Ueland said.


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  • gc_kaavaali
    07-22 02:29 PM
    Mine EAD had status change on July 14th from 'pending' to 'card production ordered'. So when will they print my EAD??? my EAD will expire on August 16th. I am working on EAD.

    E-filed - May 8th
    card production ordered - july 14th

    Mine is approved on June25th. No card till now. I talked to IO and he said that he sees it in printing queue( Not yet Printed ). They printed approvals from June 19th on July 14th. So I am hoping they print mine this week.

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  • shantak
    08-11 09:36 AM
    CNAG, i hope the renewals also get processed faster.

    Folks, any updates on anyone's case.

    GO IV GO.

    Nothing on mine, Im still waiting
    eFiled: May 23rd

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  • lost_stranger
    05-19 07:10 AM
    News from Oh Law:
    05/18/2008: Frustrated Hispanic Caucus Exploded on the Door Step of Congress

    Report indicates that they've held a press conference on the steps of a House office building to denounce their leadership's willingness to cater to immigration critics by holding hearings on enforcement measures proposed by endangered Democratic moderates. Rep. Joe Baca, chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, was steamed. Latinos had become a political "punching bag" this year, the California Democrat complained recently, attacked by "the misinformed" and "the misguided." They've threatened to block progress on immigration proposals backed by business interests and pushed by key Democrats, such as special visas for high-tech workers or agricultural help, unless leaders also move forward with comprehensive immigration legislation. Lawmakers in the 20-member Hispanic Caucus know they are not going to get their political wish this year: another shot at comprehensive immigration legislation, something that died in the Senate last year. But they are frustrated that their party has not been aggressive at pushing back against the heated rhetoric of the Right. If alienated Latinos stay home from the polls in November, it could cost Democrats dearly in closely contested local elections in Texas, Arizona and other states. And if Hispanics conclude that their party is no different on immigration than Republican presidential candidate John McCain � a longtime supporter of comprehensive reform� it could tip the balance to the GOP in presidential contests in swing states such as New Mexico, Nevada and Colorado.

    The CHC has a single point agenda and that is amnesty for illegals. They feel that if they have the issues for legal immigrants tied along with this, they can try to obtain this amnesty in the guise of "comprehensively reforming the entire US immigration system". They are single minded and will not waver because of repeated communication from us legal immigrants. We are not a consideration for them and they will do their best to torpedo our bill. I think a better plan would be to target all the other legislators and let them know how we feel and how important this bill is for us future citizens. This is just my opinion and is not intended to demoralise anyone or hamper this campaign.

    09-02 07:09 PM
    It is very hard to pass 28 sleepless night....:):) Hard to make it thru even one...

    I know, especially since last year I sat around for 2 months(Aug and Sept '08) when I was current, hoping my file would be touched. What did Obama say "HOPE" ? I guess that's what we're living on. It could be a "MIRAGE" too :rolleyes:.

    08-03 01:04 AM
    U seem to be an old tiger on this forum...:) Enjoy ur green. Greened on the first day itself. What else can u ask for? I'm not sure how many sleepless nites I'll hv to go thru this month :(. But I'm positive that I'll get it this month...

    Just curious. Did u get ur "magic" email in the nite OR was it sometime during working hours?

    hey buddy, whats your pd?

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