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  • n_2006
    05-22 03:53 PM
    Its funny that we tried so hard to stay legal. Now we trying very hard to find out ways to become illegal.





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  • nemadeni
    08-25 08:08 PM
    Received only one year EAD .I will have to call USCIS for incorrect validity date of issued EAD.

    Did anybody contact USCIS regarding 1 year validity?





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  • nrk
    10-30 09:05 PM
    It is an unnecessary hassle for me, I shouldn't have opened the SR in the first instance


    what an unnecessary hassle.....good that all is ok for your case !!





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  • saketkapur
    06-09 06:35 PM
    http://imminfo.com/Newsletter/2009-AILA/Likely_visa_bulletin_cutoff_date_movement.html




    Likely Visa Bulletin cutoff date movement


    Information provided at the 2009 AILA Annual Conference gives us some insight into likely Visa Bulletin cutoff date movement over the next year. Historically, the INS/CIS have treated filing backlog information as a matter of national security - refusing to release any information. Recently, however, cracks have started to appear in that wall.

    We know that the 2007 filing surge resulted in an enormous number of cases submitted to the CIS. The actual number of new I-485s filed is unknown, but estimates range from 350,000 to 500,000. We also know that the CIS, having the fear of God put into them by the State Department in 2007, finally increased their level of production and began adjudicating cases at a pace sufficient to use up each year's quota and not waste any allocated visa numbers through non-use.

    At this year's conference, the CIS representatives made several statements which, if true, give us hope for a return to sanity soon. They alleged that they have completed enough EB I-485 cases this year to exhaust the EB quota (140,000). They also alleged that they will soon have completed the "pre-adjudication" of another "110,000 to 120,000" cases to be used against the quota for the next fiscal year (Oct. 1, 2009 - Sept. 30, 2010). Finally, they represented that these adjudication would "pretty much exhaust" the inventory of pending EB I-485 cases at the TSC and NSC.

    If these statements are true, then the end of the current mess is in sight.
    If the CIS really has wiped out its processing backlog, then when the "pre-adjudicated" cases are given visa numbers in the next fiscal year, cutoff dates should advance rapidly. At a minimum, we should see them return to February 2007 levels, if not closer.

    Implicit in this recital of statistics by the CIS personnel is the likelihood that they denied a truly massive number of pending I-485 applications. Before anyone panics, those denials should have been sent out already and are not out there just waiting to ruin someone's day. Only by assuming a very large number of denials does the math make any sense. Without them, you cannot reconcile the large volume of filings with the volume of approvals.
    Once these pending cases are closed out, the known "demand" for EB visas will be much smaller and the Visa Office will be able to move priority dates up quickly; in some cases by years.

    Another factor to be taken into account is the number of people who have lost their jobs between August 17, 2007 and whenever the cutoff dates cross that chronological line again. In years past, if there were 100,000 applicants with priority dates between August, 2007 and today, we could expect to see at least 90,000 applications. Today, with the economy being what it is, I think the figure is probably closer to 50,000. These are all people who were not eligible for AC21 because they had not filed for adjustment of status. If true, this means that cutoff dates will advance more rapidly than normal after the "2007 deluge" cases are resolved.

    Of course, all of this becomes academic if CIR is passed. In that case, all priority dates will become "current" overnight and remain that way for years.
    The State Department official at the AILA conference said that we can likely expect to see the following cutoff dates in the October, 2009 Visa Bulletin:

    EB2 Worldwide: Current
    EB2 China and India: Outlook is "grim" and there may be further retrogressions until later in the fiscal year.
    EB3 Worldwide: June 1, 2005
    EB3 China: March 1, 2003
    EB3 India: November 1, 2001
    EB3 Mexico: March 1, 2003

    These estimates are just that - estimates. They are, however, estimates from the Department of State.

    Where numbers move after October 1st will depend entirely upon the demand presented by the CIS. If, in fact, they have pre-adjudicated as many as 120,000 EB AOS cases, then it is unlikely that we will see much additional forward movement until the fourth quarter of the fiscal year (July - Sept., 2010). As discussed previously, however, once we get over this large bump in the road next year, we can expect to see a rapid advance in cutoff date movement.



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  • mirage
    02-04 03:14 PM
    Guys,

    I know ROW country may not like this thread, but look at EB-3 India or China, put yourself in our shoes and than you may realize how unfair this country is. In this unprecedented financial turmoil, I feel there are very remote chances for CIR or any package which increase immigration etc would pass, I am taking this initiative to gather as many people I can and go to washington. Again this is not an IV effort. If you are with me , you can spare some time it could be few days in Washington!! please PM me.
    Again we are not creating any organization or anything, we are not going against IV's agenda. This is also a part of IV's agenda, but for now our sole agenda will be to bring a 2 line bill to remove country quota or increase the country cap(whichever can fly).

    PS : For EB-3 India, unless country cap is removed or increased, you can presume you GC application dead forever...For EB-2 India It'll be a long journey for people with PDs sooner than 2005...

    Thanks





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  • EB2_Jun03_dude
    05-08 11:42 AM
    Just like many of us, I am living in this country legally for the last 10 years. After some anxious 5 years wait, I finally got GC last month. IV is definitely the best thing to happen to legal-immigration in US.

    Many of us come to this country to escape the rotten bureaucracy in our native places and are completely taken back when we face a similar system in US. The work IV is doing and can do is enormous.

    Getting GC is an important milestone in an immigrant's journey. But again remember it is just a milestone and not the destination(CZship). I know you do not want to look beyond GC, but after surviving through the GC processs and paying regular taxes for 10 years I think we deserve a speed pass for CZship and should not sent in another line.

    I wish all IV members a fast and safe GC/CZ journey !



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  • eilsoe
    02-17 01:12 AM
    I dunno, but we're on the main page now :beam:





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  • Madhuri
    07-24 02:23 PM
    Here's update on my cases

    Self e-filed: May 30, 2008
    FP: Jun 25, 2008
    Card prod ordered: July 23, 2008
    EB3-I / PD: Mar 2006 / I-485 - RD: Jul 2007

    Will post about duration as soon as I get the cards in hand.



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  • rimco99
    07-27 01:32 PM
    to get the receipts. Lets not bug them and have them work instead on receipting. With over 500K+ applications, it'd be a while to get the reciept..
    oops did i mention EAD/AP..ur gonna have to wait a really long time on that one.

    Can't we request for a temporary EAD 90 days after you receive the notice ? in the local immigration office (For Example in Boston).





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  • hpandey
    11-27 11:29 AM
    Many thanks to IV for doing all the work and collecting this very useful information. It truly shows that IV is the one and only platform that helps the EB population.

    United we stand.



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  • laborday
    07-17 10:56 AM
    OK, anyone who can help me here? I am still getting June.
    For NSC
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    I-765 Application for Employment Authorization Based on a pending I-485 adjustment application [(c)(9)] March 26, 2007





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  • GCaspirations
    09-20 09:52 PM
    Have anybody of you whose cases have transferred from NSC to CSC and back received Finger Print Notice.



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  • mirage
    01-31 03:29 PM
    They don't want the immigrants to take a penny home.
    Nothing is going to change, you'll still need to file your applications in premium processing. As their processing times are not going to change. As somebody said it is plain daylight robbery.





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  • srgadi
    07-04 08:21 PM
    Aren't we over-estimating the overall $$ loss? Assuming we will eventually file for I-485, some of the fees that other members are mentioning are not really a waste.

    I spent about $2500 in attorney fees but I do not consider this a waste. The next time I file for my I-485, all my paperwork is ready and I am assuming my attorney won't charge me again (atleast not another $2500).

    I spent $360 for medical but it is valid for 1 year. If by any chance I can file for my I-485 within the next year, this is not a waste.

    Filing fees are all going to come back. So it should not be counted as money spent. Photos would also come back (hopefully).

    Only $$ loss I see as of now are the fedex charges and other micellaneous spendings. For me it is around $500. Not so bad....



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  • dreamgc_real
    04-22 10:12 AM
    To all the antis posting here........read this.........
    http://www.leei.us/main/media/AACOP_STATEMENT_ON_SENATE_BILL_1070.pdf

    Obviously Sherriff Joe Arpaio didn't get this memo............





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  • pcs
    06-17 01:58 PM
    Would you like to send a mass mailer to all to generate momentum ???



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  • makemygc
    07-06 06:29 PM
    Just like USCIS, they duped us at the last moment.





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  • pappu
    03-25 09:49 AM
    We support all bills and all legislations that help us. Whether its STRIVE act of 2007, or some new version in the House or the new version in the senate or any new name of a bill that helps us.





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  • glus
    12-28 09:48 PM
    Anyone invoking AC21 with unapproved I-140?


    It is risky to change employers after 180 days before I140 is approved. If it comes to issues, when USCIS realizes one changed employment before I140 was approved, USCIS needs to verify that the underlying I140 was approvable at the time the change of employment occurred. By approvable it means that at that time there was no reason to issue a major type RFE for pending I140. If, for instance, the USCIS notices that at the time one invoked AC-21 and I140 was not yet approved and the I140 petition did not include (or included incomplete) educational documentation, it will say that the I140 was NOT approvable due to material evidence missing. And, at that time AC-21 can't work and may cause huge issues. One should be very wary of this and in general attorneys advise to wait until I 140 is approved before invoking I140.

    Hope it helps.





    add78
    06-12 03:11 PM
    If there was ever a greater need to call your congressman/woman/senator/CHC member, the time is NOW. As the momentum builds, we need to call in greater numbers to mobilize congressional support in terms of more sponsors. Please CALL per action items. Call now. Ask others to call. Make it a resolution to get one friend a day to call. And persuade that one friend to donate.
    Together, we CAN make the change happen.
    Together, we WILL be the change that we seek.
    Yes We Can.
    Yes We Will.
    Yes We Are.





    probe
    11-01 11:11 AM
    You wait for 120 days and make umpteen calls to USCIS. Finally you get your EAD which is valid only for 10 months eventhough your priority date is predicted to be in next Ice Age.
    If you want to correct the mistake done by USCIS go through some more pain and hassles or suck it and shell your hard earned money to renew after 10 months.I guess no one in USCIS cares for shoddy service they do.



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