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  • trikap
    05-22 06:40 PM
    If you can restart ur app in Eb2, you should be fine dates wise. Unless CIR messes it up.

    Approximately 2 months for PERM and then you can file 140+485 concurrently.
    All the best!

    thanks, I am going to look into that also.

    I am still trying to talk the old employer. Is it such a big deal that they cant even write a letter of future employment for me? i told them that they are not obligated to hire me but they are scared that they are trying to show that they are in losses and that by filing for a GC and promising a future employment they will not be able to show that they are suffering losses.

    Why is it so difficult and complicated?

    I am losing hope in it.





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  • permfiling
    03-10 01:02 PM
    We can raise the issue is that the govt does not want to address our plight as

    1. We are not entitled to any benefits till we get our GC such as Social security, benefits etc though we pay taxes which inturn are used by US citizens
    2. We contribute to the economy by buying goods etc so there is a dual intent to keep the foreigners here but not to give them GC/citizen ship asap





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  • trramesh
    01-06 07:06 AM
    I think the thread is perfectly valid and we should go for it. If someone has paid income taxes to US for 10 years, it is no mean thing. 10 years represent typcially about 25% of his/her earning life. After spending substantial percentage of one's life living in, and making contributions to, US, especially in his/her youth, the guy is more naturalised except that he does not have a citizenship card. Now how many of these guys will be able to slip back in to their own country to readjust their lives with american born and american grown kids.

    I think it is not only reasonable but also humane for the government to consider the plight of such people and issue citizenship. The yardstick for qualification will have to be worked out, but Saralayar listed some of the valid parameters like
    - 10 years working in US (legally)
    - 40 points in social security
    - no criminal record

    If I may share my thoughts on yardstick, it would be like this
    - 7 years of legal residence, contributions to SSN, and taxes should provide provisional GC
    - 10 years of legal residence, contributions to SSN, and taxes should provide citizenship
    - 7 years of legal residence post approved I-140 should provide citizenship

    Most of us in this forum must have already contributed over 75K-100K to IRS over the years. I strongly believe that the govt owes more than an obligation to take care of the interests of this skilled group.

    rgds,
    rammy





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  • willwin
    09-16 09:24 AM
    If Admins donot make this thread sticky. Help me to bump this thread on top today.

    Any one will help me ?

    Please call every one.. ask spouse , co-workers and friends to call. This is last chance before election. If we loose we will not get GC for years.

    Once we have recapture we can start pushing USCIS to follow FIFO on PD. but to do that first we need numbers.

    Lets forget all thread only for today and make call.

    I will give you a helping hand on this.



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  • abuddyz
    01-17 04:02 PM
    everyone,

    please also post the detail about when was your H1 approved. In which month and year. It might be possible that recently approved H1 is talking more time... just my guess.. if we post about H1 approval time frame then it will help us to decide something about which cases are taking more time..





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  • nrk
    08-17 02:02 PM
    did you checked in your bulk mail. or try to call and open SR

    I got email for decision/post decision about a week back but no CPO email yet.



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  • EndlessWait
    01-24 11:39 AM
    I had the misfortune of travelling thru London in December on my way to Mumbai. After I purchased my tickets, I learnt that I need a transit visa (TV) for UK. (Who is going to tell them (UK) that they are no longer the center of attraction esp. if you have lived and worked in US). Anyway, as per the rules, you need a transit visa if you don?t have a valid US visa. (Note: If you have AP, and don?t have a valid visa, you still need a TV).

    I went to their site and did all the research to get a TV. Good god Heavens! Has anyone filled out their painful form for a TV? Besides asking the usual details, they get extremely nosy. They want to know each and everything about you. Where you work, what money do you make, name of your wife, kids and their citizenship status, name of your father and mother and where they were born, their birth date, how much money you have and where the money is (stocks, bonds, CDS) etc. etc. While filling up the form I realized that, even my future father in law did not pose so many probing questions to me. (Please note: I don?t mind answering these silly questions for a regular visa, but for the damn TV, it is certainly overkill).

    Anyway to cut the long story short. The regular cost of TV is/was $92. However, when I filled up the application form they were asking for $184. (The satisfaction of getting a good deal on the tickets was quickly evaporating). I assumed I must have made a mistake in thinking the cost to be $92 and reluctantly paid $184. Next it was time to fill the application for my wife and answer the idiotic questions again. You should have seen the ?I will kill you right now? look on my wife?s face after I woke her up in the middle of night and asked details about her parents. After I filled up the form, to my surprise, now they were asking $274 for visa fees. It was already 2:00 am and I have no choice but to painfully enter my credit card details, hoping that they would realize the mistake in their recon process and would reimburse the difference. (Of course, I was only dreaming).

    It is now almost the end of January and I have still now received any money from them. I have tried sending several email to the emb(ass)y, but none of their emails work. I get bounced email for all the emails that I have used. I have tried calling them and left messages and no one has called back. I have send emails to my credit card company and the people who processed the payment and none of them have been able to help me. There is a way to talk to someone in the emb(ass)y, but you need to dial a 900 number, which BTW costs $2.49 per minute. Throwing good money after bad is not an option.

    I just wanted to share this experience with you and remind you of the pain ahead, if you are travelling thru UK and don?t have a valid US visa. Personally, even if they had charged me the regular $92, I will still use other options to travel next time. The amount of time wasted in filling the crappy application form, going to NY, (starting Dec doing your finger prints) is simply too much to handle. Visiting your motherland/fatherland is a very special occasion and all these intermediate steps certainly water down the ?good feeling? that you experience during the days leading to your trip.

    I haven?t given up my quest for a refund, but now, not only I want my money back I would like to bring back home the Koh-i-noor too.

    of all the smooth talk..cmon we all know the one time might power ruled the world.. so its not easy for them to get over with..well for those who dont like i always say..just boycott..but i know lots of them will still give in and take the pain...

    the way i see..if indian airlines were upto the task.. we could have direct flights from all major cities in US..but then again how can I simply blame the British govt. for tormenting us..its the Indian govt. who can't sort this..either encourage big businesses to launch international flights with world class service..that's something which we have to wait!





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  • dhirajs98
    06-20 10:27 PM
    I have one PERM EB2 labor certified and I-140 PP in under process. Received an RFE for I-140 on June 1st and my company's paralegal analyst responded back on June 6th. Since then there is no news on my I-140. I have another RIR EB3 labor stuck in DBEC based on the case analyst email it should be cleared by June 30th but there is no assurnace on that. Now I am in a fix whether I should file my I-485 on the PERM EB2 where I-140 is stuck with an RFE or should wait for RIR EB3 to get approved.

    Also is it possible to file I-485 on my PERM EB2 case now and later use EB3 RIR PD in EB2 case when I get my EB3 labor and I-140 approved?

    Please post your experiences and advise. This is really important for me to find an answer b4 I take any step forward.

    Thanks,

    -Dhiraj



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  • EB3Victim
    06-29 04:19 PM
    We have suspended the work for July 485 filing development pending the clarification of the rumor next week. Please bear with us in this confusing and difficult time.





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  • sparky_jones
    01-26 01:05 PM
    My experience with British Airways back in 2004 was actually quite good. My flight to Delhi was delayed by 12 hours. I approached a BA agent, and he helped me get a 24 hr UK visa to leave the airport, a hotel room at the airport, and meal coupons. I was traveling on Indian passport with a valid unexpired H1B visa stamp (the agent did tell me that he was able to do all this for me since I had an unexpired US visa).

    I was in a similar situation in 2003 travelling with Air France, and they refused to extend any help whatsover. I didn't have an unexpired US visa in my passport at that time. I have heard from others who've had good experiences with Air France.

    I guess one's experience with an airline completely depends on the prevailing circumstances, the specific service agents, and one's own level of patience and tolerance. Its hard to characterize any one airline as particularly good or particularly bad.

    However, having an unexpired US visa in one's passport definitely puts one is a better position to negotiate in difficult circumstances. I guess the prevailing opinion among several of these European transit countries is that if you have a valid unexpired US visa, you are less likely to cause trouble or seek asylum in their country.



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  • anotherone
    01-29 06:41 PM
    your ad shows a company that has advertised for no EAD, GC h1b etc., which is legal, AFAIK.

    It is not a small difference, but not interviewing someone based on whatever is probably their prerogative (even this may have certain limitations like -you cannot say "no women" et6c.,), visa status is not considered a protected class... again AFAIK. They probably cannot say no GC, but CAN say only citizens because of some clearance required etc.,

    This is different from getting someone through the interview loop, making an offer and THEN saying sorry we ont hire you now because of EAD. That is BS. As for saying no to H1B, we have all been there, a company that does not want to sponsor cannot be MADE to do it.

    I was asking for a list of companies that have refused to work with EADs and have been cited for it or fined etc.,





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  • drona
    07-11 01:38 PM
    New post on Bender's Immigration Bulletin

    Channeling Gandhi

    http://www.bibdaily.com/



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  • vicsthedude
    09-24 11:10 PM
    My turn to share the most anticipated emai. I got it today.





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  • whitecollarslave
    01-11 04:27 PM
    1. Ball park figure is total of 218,000 visa wasted from previous years. How much of it will go to EBs (and others) will be based on how the recapture gets implemented. If we don't do anything and sit quiet, it may as well be ZERO. Nurses will walk away with the cake

    2. President can pass an 'Executive Order' to pass interim relief. So it should be possible. It'll depend on the independent interpretation of the law by the White House, and it won't be based on whatever you read elsewhere.

    What is the source for the number 218,000? Is this purely speculation or in some official reports? USCIS Ombudsman report, some official USCIS publication or from any other organization?

    Thanks!



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  • Nil
    03-10 04:07 PM
    QUOTE: Originally Posted by Saralayar
    "..............................
    Core team and every one, please consider this and try to lobby for getting the citizenship without further wait if the persons satisfy the folowing conditions:
    1. If they are legally here for 10 years (With approved I-140 and waiting for Adjustment of Status without current date).
    2. If they have earned full 40 points in Social Security
    3. If they have paid the tax continuously for 10 years
    4. If they own a house and paying Mortgage (adding weightage to the Economy boost)
    and
    5. If they do not have any criminal records in these 10 years.........."

    The above are very persuasive arguments. However, we will need some alternatives. Some will be left behind, say if the SS points are just less than 40 or who did not buy a house for personal reasons.
    For someone who has been LEGAL, law abiding (includes tax payment) for say 10 years, should be considered. This will ensure fairness to the average EB time for becoming a US citizen.
    (Why should one be penalized this badly if their company/lawyer decided their category (EB2/3), or if s/he decided not to marry a US citizen?)

    Please feel free to debate....





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  • Michael chertoff
    03-29 10:10 AM
    I read the news too at The Oh Law Firm (http://www.immigration-law.com/)

    Hope this hold and comes true. All the best to my brothers and me.

    The Department of State announced that the Indian EB2 category is expected to advance one week in the May Visa Bulletin. The demand for EB1visa numbers has decreased by 50 percent this fiscal year. Last year from October 2009 to February 2010, 22,000 EB1 numbers were used. During the same period this year, only 10,000 to 11,000 have been used. EB1 will be current worldwide all fiscal year. This will free up an estimated 12,000 visa numbers to fall down from EB1 to EB2 this year



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  • gcbeku
    08-12 02:37 PM
    it looks like many folks got their approval one day after filing an SR - coincidence or a trigger? Is filing the SR somehow triggering the IOs to look at your file ?

    However, many people who filed SR on the first working day of the month 08/02 were not approved the next day. Also, the many others who bombarded the USCIS with multiple requests/queries had to wait much longer or are still waiting.

    It is almost like the IOs didn't like to be bothered on the first working day of this month (when the begin working on a fresh set of files) and also didn't like to be pushed too much.

    Or is this all just a super coincidence for hundreds of people?

    :confused:





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  • Canadian_Dream
    06-29 05:31 PM
    For USCIS isn't the date received that matters not the date postmarked ? Never heard them honoring postmarked date. I could be wrong though !!!

    If its mailed out today, then you are ok. Its the POSTMARKED date that is seen. So even if it reaches there in July, as long as it went OUT today, they will have to accept it under June's batch of applications coz it is postmarked in June (june 29).





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  • CADude
    09-25 01:50 PM
    I am happy to notice that guys/gals are contacting congressman/woman, senator, USCIS Compaint Dept.

    some action is better than nothing.

    Good Luck. Keep it up.





    immigrationvoice1
    04-17 03:33 PM
    I have sent an email to the id listed on that site (osccrt@usdoj.gov)with emails from Capital One which says they are not in favor of EADs. Will update once I hear back.

    Here is the response for my email sent earlier which I received today. Advices are welcome:

    Dear Mr. xxxxx:

    Thank you for your e-mail inquiry received by the Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices ("OSC") on March 25, 2008. You inquired whether or not an employer engages in unlawful citizenship status discrimination if the employer rejects an applicant for employment because the applicant possesses an H-1B visa and a valid "EAD".

    OSC enforces the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. ? 1324b. The Act prohibits employers from discriminating on the basis of citizenship status or national origin with respect to hiring, firing, and recruitment or referral for a fee, unfair documentary practices with respect to verification of employment eligibility, and retaliation. Citizenship status discrimination occurs when individuals are rejected for employment or fired because they are U.S. citizens or because of their immigration status or type of work authorization. The Act does not protect all groups of workers from citizenship status discrimination. U.S. citizens, most permanent residents and temporary residents, asylees, and refugees are protected from citizenship status discrimination. Other classifications of workers like H-1B visa holders are not protected from citizenship status discrimination.

    It is not possible to determine whether you suffered unlawful citizenship status discrimination based on the information you provided in your e-mail. If you believe you have suffered citizenship status discrimination, you or your representative may file a charge of citizenship status discrimination in hiring, firing, or recruitment or referral for a fee directly with OSC. OSC will review your complete charge and investigate to determine whether there is reason to believe you have suffered citizenship status discrimination in violation of 8 U.S.C. ? 1324b. For more information on the charge filing process, please visit our website at - http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/osc. In addition, individuals may download the charge form from this website. Please note that charges of discrimination must be filed within 180 days from the date of the alleged discrimination. You may send the completed charge form to OSC via facsimile at (202) 616-5509, or by first-class mail to: Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices; 950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW; NYAV Building, 9th Floor; Washington, D.C. 20530.

    Thank you once again for your correspondence. We hope this information is of assistance to you. If you have any questions or need additional information regarding immigration-related unfair employment practices, you may contact OSC at 1-800-255-8155 (toll-free).





    digital2k
    09-09 04:04 PM
    Admins/ Mods,

    Please send an email from 'admin to registered users'.

    Thank You

    thanks to digital, here's an email template if you need.

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    PLEASE SPREAD THIS MESSAGE AND CALL
    Dear Friends and well wishers,

    Please take a minute and Your call today can help half million people ( Talented, Legal immigrants ) in waiting ...

    BACKGROUND & TALKING POINTS
    HR5882 was sponsored by Congresswoman Lofgren and Congressman Sensenbrenner. This bill recaptures all the unused visa numbers that have been lost since 1992 due to processing delays in Employment based category and Family category. It is estimated that 216000 green cards will be recaptured which would help to eleviate the employment based backlogs.

    Please use the instructions provided below to make the phone calls.
    (1) Call the congressman/woman office and request to speak with the aide who handles Legislative and Immigration matters
    (2) If they are not available leave a VM for them -
    "I would like Representative "Representative Name" to support HR 5882, bill to recapture the green cards lost due to processing and bureaucratic delays. As you may already know that this is a bi-partisan bill with wide bipartisan support in the house and will help improve American competitiveness & reduce the back logs associated with USCIS. This bill is non controversial measures that will help US to stay competitive with a highly educated and skilled work force and address family based backlogs also."

    To All congress-critters:
    In a nutshell, this bill allows USCIS to manage their workflow more effectively, which provides better customer service, and will eventually lead to better turn-around times.

    Pls inform Majority Members Democrats: More people will be able to get their citizenship in reasonable times.
    Member Name DC Phone
    Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) 202-225-8203
    Howard L. Berman (D-CA) 202-225-4695
    Maxine Waters (D-CA) 202-225-2201
    Bill Delahunt (D-MA) 202-225-3111
    Keith Ellison (D-MN) 202-225-4755
    Anthony Weiner (D-NY) 202-225-6616

    Please inform Minority Members Republicans: Companies will be able to attract more talent which improves economic performance."
    Member Name DC Phone
    Steve King (R-IA) [Ranking Member] 202-225-4426
    Elton Gallegly (R-CA) 202-225-5811
    Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) 202-225-5431
    Dan Lungren (R-CA) 202-225-5716
    J. Randy Forbes (R-VA) 202-225-6365
    Louie Gohmert (R-TX) 202-225-3035

    (3) As usual Do NOT get into the CIR issue or illegal Immigration. If the aide is confusing with CIR or illegal immigration, just tell them that these are legal immigration bills.
    (4) If the aide asks whether you belong to the district or not, tell them NO if you don't. Mention to them that you already spoke with your representative and would like the congressman/congresswoman support.

    Community of half million will appreciate and bless you for your efforts...
    Thank You
    House Judiciary Committee Members
    Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) 202- 225-2906
    Howard L. Berman (D-Calif.) 202-225-4695
    Rick Boucher (D-Va.) 202-225-3861
    Chris Cannon (R-Utah)202- 225-7751
    Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) 202-225-2216
    Howard Coble (R-N.C.) 202-225-3065
    Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.)202- 225-3265
    John Conyers (D-Mich.), Chairman 202-225-5126
    William D. Delahunt (D-Mass.)202- 225-3111
    Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) 202-225-4755
    Tom Feeney (R-Fla.) 202-225-2706
    J. Randy Forbes (R-Va.)202- 225-6365
    Trent Franks (R-Ariz.)202- 225-4576
    Elton Gallegly (R-Calif.)202- 225-5811
    Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) 202-225-3035
    Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.)202- 225-5431
    Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.)202- 225-8203
    Darrell Issa (R-Calif.)202- 225-3906
    Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) 202-225-1605
    Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) 202-225-2676
    Ric Keller (R-Fla.)202- 225-2176
    Steve King (R-Iowa)202- 225-4426
    Dan Lungren (R-Calif.)202- 225-5716
    Mike Pence (R-Ind.) 202-225-3021
    Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.)202- 225-4176
    Robert C. Scott (D-Va.) (202) 225-8351
    Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) 202-225-5911
    Lamar S. Smith (R-Texas), Ranking Member 202- 225-4236
    Betty Sutton (D-Ohio) 202-225-3401
    Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) 202-225-7931
    Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) 202-225-2201
    Anthony D. Weiner (D-N.Y.) 202-225-6616
    Robert Wexler (D-Fla.) 202-225-3001

    More info :
    Please take a minute and review the list of Judiciary members http://judiciary.house.gov/about/members.html. If you, your friends, or your
    family have any district-based connection with any of them, please reach out to these members (phone, email, fax, etc), let them know how important it is to get the bill passed this month and urge them to vote YEA on the bill. Constituent interest/support from key individuals, health care providers, recruiters and other organizations is critical at this stage.

    It will be great be to have major support from House Judiciary Committee http://judiciary.house.gov/about/members.html on Wednesday, September 10, 2008. In these economic and crucial times for our country...

    If the HJC successfully passes the measure it will allow the full House to act on HR 5924, giving half million talented legal immigrants a ray of hope for action in 2008. Sure a very good step for USA.

    The House Judiciary Committee intends to markup HR 5924, the Emergency Nursing Supply Relief Act, on Wednesday, September 10. Several other measures will also be marked up, including HR 5882, Congresswoman Lofgren's recapture legislation, HR 6020 (military), and HR 5950 (medical care for immigration detainees).



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