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  • rashu_gulati
    08-15 02:05 PM
    what are the options when infopass didn't work too. My company is big so they won't allow me to work without ead.
    Can someone pls suggest




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  • gsc999
    04-16 01:27 PM
    Dear snehaledu, You raise a good point. Am I IV policeman? The answer is NO. Guess, it is the responsibility of all the members to police themselves. And I saw that it was not happening here, thus my question about the relevance of this thread.

    I support Sanju.

    Moreover, IV doesn't represent INDIAN employment based legal immigrants, this forum is for all nationalities. Threads like these make this forum seem like it is relevant to only Indians. We need to be mindful of other members who are not from India.




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  • chakalov
    09-11 04:54 PM
    Dont worry. In July we'll all be current again.




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  • sanju
    01-15 12:27 PM
    In India, the govt. collaborates with the criminals to kill the citizens.

    And the next thing you will say is - and those citizens killed are from a specific minority and Hindus are killing Muslims and India is evil and blah blah blah blah..... Is that all?

    What would it take for you to talk sense here? Just say it.



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  • anandrajesh
    10-14 11:27 AM
    Applied for AP on June 1 at NSC. NO LUD changes till about last week.

    I contacted USCIS and had an expedite request put in. Worked with USCIS ombudsman to figure out what was happening. Worked with my State Senator's office to put some heat on USCIS. After all the above efforts, finally got mine & My spouse's AP approved yesterday.(Oct 13). Total of 134 long days since i applied for my AP.

    NSC is notorious for being late and lackadaiscal. I advice ppl to step in and take your cases to Ombudsman & Senators. They tend to be lot more helpful than USCIS. Good luck




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  • PavanV
    10-10 11:17 AM
    What makes you think I am biting the hand that feeds me ?, I have never sent a single penny home, there is no reason for me too (thank God almighty) I have spent whatever i have earned here :), I believe in being Roman while in Rome,I like USA very much and would like to make it home, but where is my Green card ??, until i get one I am still a citizen of my home country.


    ...This is height of hypocracy. I don't want to live, work or raise family in India, but for others ..."Bharat mata ki Jai". I want to come to US, live here, work here, earn US dollars, show-off to family/friends back in India, want and beg for GC/Citizenship, stood in line for year to GC or married citizen just to get GC, but ..."Bharat Mata ki Jai".:cool:

    Oye ... kis nu ullu banna reha hain? Don't bite the hand that feeds you.



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  • rashu_gulati
    08-18 12:32 PM
    Called USCIS on friday and asked them to expedite since i can lose by job. current ead expires on sept 5 th and filed renewal on june 24th. I see so many cases getting approved with much later dates.
    Any sugestions on what steps to follow?
    my company won't let me work even 1 day after ead expiration




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  • chanduv23
    02-23 01:20 PM
    Scenario1:
    If you are on H1 in your 6th year with EAD (not used) then after 6th year will be applicant be on EAD or does he has to fill I-9 with employer


    Based on how HR departments handle i9 forms, in most companies, they may not know when your h1b or EAD is expiring - some HRs may have calender triggers and request for updated EADs or h1b extensions. Usually you need to show the EAD or H1b extension with updated i 94 and they take a copy and place it in your file so that if there is an audit, they will produce the documents.
    So it is your duty to inform your HR department that you wish to work using EAD after 6th year so that they update the i 9 form


    Scenario2:
    If you are on H1 in your at the end of 6th year with EAD (not used) then before the end of 6th year an applicant loosed job. then from that point will he be automatically be on EAD or does he has to do some thing to file till he gets a job (because once he find a job and he might apply for new h1 or join with EAD and he can file I-9)


    Basically, if your 485 is pending for more than 180 days and you lose job, then technically you can start using EAD and move on using AC21. You can even get a h1b transfer as your 140 is pending or approved.
    EAD is not a status and one does not fall int EAD status - if you lost job on h1b and satisfy AC21 criteria then you are in pending AOS state and use EAD to work.



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  • NKR
    05-13 05:30 PM
    I am talking about a person (like 485mbe - the one who has posted next to yr post) who has a PD of 2001 ..I am not saying that they should give Eb2's quota to EB3 ..but they should try to pull the category that is worst affected..or atleast give EB3 something ..
    my question to you is ..say in the year 2010, would u support a situation where all categories are current or at 1 year difference ...while a particular category (eb3 I in this case) is at 2001 ??.. even if you do ..my feeling is that USCIS will try to pull EB3 - I (if something like above happens)..but then they are just a govt agency ..and in the end they are similar to govt agency in India ..only difference is that maybe little better
    can I force them to do something just --No. can I pray for it -- maybe ..should I be ready for it (i.e. Eb3 - still in 2001 - 2002) - definitely !!
    actually Eb3 - I should try and see something positive from this (I know it is difficult) ..maybe this long queue may motivate them to work harder or to get additional certifications (as I do ..) ...also, in my case, this delay in GC ..prevented me from buying a house when the prices were at peak ..(there is no doubt ..that had I got GC in 2006 ,..then I would have rushed to buy a house at inflated prices --far away from the city)


    Just curious, why are you not porting your PD?. Nowadays Perm takes less than 2 months and with premium, 140 takes a few months.




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  • danielp78
    09-12 09:22 AM
    When does the new fiscal year start?



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  • gdilla
    08-16 06:17 PM
    Talk to a lawyer and get the answers. But if you're on travel and questioned by immigration upon entrance if you're still working for sponsoring employer, depending on the circumstances, they can take your GC away. So that's another scenario separate from an audit or citrizenship interview that GC jeopardy may arise.

    If circumstances change, like you getting laid off or fired, that's a different story. If the sponsor's intent changes, and that does happen, then obviously, you're free to move on. But you should be able to prove that, with say a termination letter, for example.



    Many of us will be facing this decision and it's good to know the risks and the answers. Imagine you got a GC and now you have a +20k offer from the other company. Staying with your current employer for 6 months will cost you 10k. The question is "does the risk cost 10k?".

    This is how I see it, please correct me if I'm wrong. You can be questioned about leaving the company only in two cases: 1. citizenship interview, 2 - investigation/audit. In first case I don't see much problem, as many years will pass, and if you will not keep any documents, I don't see how USCIS will be going back and chasing these 4-5-6 months of your employment.

    Investigation is a different story. You have to be ready. The law says that you/your employer had to have intent to work on that position with that job description forever at the moment of AOS. Technically you could change that intent the very next day.

    So.. I think this is how it will work. USCIS might request evidence/letters from you/your "after-GC" employer and if they will find something like your resume that you have sent them before getting GC, then you are in trouble. But if you will demonstrate, that let's say you met your "after-GC" employer only after getting GC (let's say at some exhibition) and he offered you right away +50k salary, then I don't see how USCIS is gonna build their case.




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  • akhilmahajan
    08-18 11:13 AM
    Got Card Production Ordered email today.
    I had opened a Expedite SR on august 4th, which was denied on August 5th.
    Thanks to everyone and hope you all will receive your cards soon.
    Case Details:
    E Filed May 29th
    TSC
    FP on 6/28/2008
    NO LUD's
    CPO: 8/18/2008


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  • va_12_2004
    06-29 07:14 AM
    Hi:
    Lot of people get stuck in the name check in AOS, and many of them wait for at least 6 months. I am wondering if someone may get stuck in namcecheck and may have to wait for months in home country while doing cp?
    Thanks




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  • Almond
    02-07 03:43 PM
    Sorry to hear that your 485 is denied....

    My question to all the gurus here...I wonder what happens to EAD and AP after you appeal 485 denial?
    I know that if your 485 gets denied then EAD and AP are void but lets say OP files 485 MTR(motion to reopen), does he have to reapply for EAD and AP or does that get reinstated based on the reciept he gets on 485 MTR?
    Should the person stop working till he gets 485 MTR receipt or till he reapplies for new EAD and gets the approval?
    Just curoius to know as these days denials seems to be the trend at USCIS and it would be helpful for all those who rely on EAD only and not sure what to do when there is a 485 denials for what ever reason.

    FYI...I am still maintaining my H1 and also have a EAD but plan to switch to EAD only and not renew my H1 this year.

    You do NOT have to apply for another EAD. You're safe to go back to work as soon as you receive your MTR receipt. I am sure most people work even while they're waiting for the MTR to be received by uscis though but shhh. I have never heard of a case where the uscis wanted to make sure the person didn't work while they were waiting for their MTR receipt to be sent out. Can you imagine them doing that to someone after their own officer denied the case in error resulting in an individual having to pay 500 bucks to reopen the case? Slap after slap in the face.



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  • brij523
    04-08 04:25 PM
    I think it is individual decision to go back to home country or not. But taking a global look - We Indian make more money here. Average salary of Indian is $65,000+. We can save more. We get more comfortable life style. Only problem is GC, H1-B.

    I hope you will not be surprised that many of us have gone back and started our own company and are successful.




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  • paragpujara
    07-19 02:03 PM
    (EB2 - 02/05) / Reached NSC on 2nd July Via DHL at 8:30 am



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  • sunofeast_gc
    11-08 02:58 AM
    What the Election Means for Business
    Nancy Pelosi and other Dems may compromise on immigration, but energy, drug, and defense companies can expect hearings

    by Richard S. Dunham

    The Republican Revolution that took Capitol Hill by storm 12 years ago—giving business unprecedented access to the corridors of power—suffered a stunning reversal on Nov. 7, amid an unpopular war, congressional scandals, and widespread unease about the state of the economy, despite generally positive economic numbers.
    After a tumultuous political year filled with bitter personal attacks, Democrats accomplished what pundits said was all but impossible in January: They took back the House of Representatives, and with surprising ease. As of midnight EST, Democrats had taken 33 seats from the GOP—far more than the 15 seats they needed to take control of the House—with another 16 seats still in play. As of midnight, Republicans still were clinging to control of the Senate. Needing six GOP seats to retake the upper chamber, Democrats were leading in five races, with the Virginia race between Republican George Allen and Democrat Jim Webb too close to call.
    Despite President Bush's insistence that the American economy was strong, and getting stronger, 52% of voters said the economy was weak, while just 47% said that the U.S. is in the midst of good economic times, NBC exit polls found. And voters who said the economy was the most important issue to them favored Democrats by 20 percentage points, according to CNN exit polls.

    Democrat Promises
    Candidates and outside groups spent an estimated $2.8 billion to influence the election, the most costly campaign in American history, according to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics. While the massive spending on attack ads and telephone banks helped stimulate local economies from Knoxville to Fresno, it fed into a public anger at the hyper-partisan business-as-usual in Washington, D.C.
    In victory, Democrats promised to change the tone of public discourse. "The message of the public is that it's time for civility and it's time to work toward common goals," said Michael Coleman, the Democratic mayor of Columbus, Ohio. But many voters, recalling George W. Bush's similar pledge in 2000, are likely to wait for concrete action and not just Election Night promises.
    Among the Democratic winners were a host of probusiness moderates, including Representatives-elect Brad Ellsworth of Indiana, a tough-talking sheriff; Heath Shuler of North Carolina, a businessman and former pro football player; Baron Hill of Indiana, a former moderate congressman who made a successful comeback; and Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona, a business executive with strong corporate support.

    Business Benefits
    For business, the election offers hope for bipartisan compromise on some top corporate priorities, although there's also anxiety about aggressive Democratic oversight hearings that could target certain Republican-leaning industries.
    On the plus side, Democratic control of the House means that it is much more likely that Congress will approve comprehensive immigration reform, including a guest-worker program long sought by business interests.
    Democrats also have pledged to rein in the federal deficit and adopt a pay-as-you-go budgeting system, both goals of company reps. And companies are looking forward to Democrats keeping their promise to restore the R&D tax credit, which expired this year amid partisan gridlock on Capitol Hill.

    Possible Changes
    But some business sectors—particularly energy, defense, pharmaceuticals, and insurance—are bracing for tough hearings by new committee chairmen. And small business seems destined to face the first increase in the federal minimum wage in nine years. Democratic leaders have not yet decided whether to push for an immediate increase from $5.15 to $7.25 per hour or to phase it in over two years.
    On the tax front, small business groups now are unlikely to get their top priority: a permanent end to the estate tax. Indeed, a Democratic House Ways & Means Committee seems unlikely to extend any of the Republican tax cuts passed between 2001 and 2003. Instead, Democratic staffers tell BusinessWeek that the party most likely will focus on expanding tax credits for college tuition costs and fixing the Alternative Minimum Tax, which is becoming an ever-increasing burden to upper-middle-class families across the country.
    One industry that Democrats plan to target is oil. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has pledged to roll back the tax incentives given to energy companies in the Bush-Cheney energy package. Democrats want to spend that money instead on alternative energy sources and green technology.
    Still, Democrats can only do so much in an era of divided government. President Bush, with his veto power, can stop any legislation he views as too liberal. And Democrats can't afford to alienate the independent voters and suburban moderates who gave them control of the House.

    Richard S. Dunham is a senior writer for BusinessWeek.




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  • walking_dude
    03-17 03:19 PM
    With all due respect asking Bernanke to increase visa numbers of to do visa recapture is like asking a very successful lawyer to do a by-pass surgery.

    Congressmen (senators included) make the law and President signs it into the law. President is also the head of executive (which includes USCIS), hence he is the boss of USCIS. Its basic civics 101.

    Even if Bernanke is convinced 100% about your points, there is nothing he can do to help us. He doesn't make the laws, and USCIS has no reasons to listen to him (he isn't their boss). So what you suggest, my friend, is that we bark up the wrong tree, instead of approaching the right people - who are the only people who can fix our problems.



    In America, people gets recognized when they offers a solution for a problem faced by the country. Whiners are (who write to Bush or Senators) do not get noticed nor are respected.




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