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  • gccube
    02-01 02:35 PM
    No issues at all. I had to wait a little longer as I was referred to a special processing Q. They just looked at my passport and the two AP copies (nor I have shown them anything more myself) I received from USCIS. They stamped on both and returned me only one copy. I-94 issued for one year from the date of entry.

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  • h1bmajdoor
    04-29 09:16 AM
    I do not think they told us the lies, I think we raised our expecations too much, we did not do our homework. its one of those advertisement gimmicks,
    where they say everthying is free and at the bottom of the page there are all kinds of restrictions written in small fonts.


    BS. i found out about the 10,000 visas rule after 5 years here. before that it was always "you'll do well, you know math and so on".

    how many of you realize that the queue gets longer every year by _seven_ years? how many people applying for h1 know this?

    its not that i didn't read the fine print. _they_ kept the fine print. i was never even allowed to see it.

    and when i asked for the promotions etc due to me for my work, they said, you're free to leave.

    the intimidation is clear.

    in hindsight, yes, i should have paid a US lawyer consulation before coming here. but before coming here i've worked in 4 countries and the experience was always nice.

    except here.

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  • grupak
    12-17 12:37 PM
    I have pledged on the funding drive thread to pay $20 monthly through paypal (I have also made one time contribution to the fund drive).

    I am writing this to encourage others to send their monthly payment through paypal for amounts less than $50 if you want to. Monthly payments help plan things better for IV.

    Question to the core, if you feel $20 per month through paypal is too much overhead for IV, I can collect my monthly payments and make onetime contributions instead. Its minimal effort for me either way, really.

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  • WFGC2006
    04-09 05:30 PM
    Having dealt with Americans in the past 8 years, I don't believe they planted evil designs in the current immigration systems just to get the best of us. The problem here is that people in this country have a very strong and almost unstoppable tendency to complicate things. Immigration system is one obvious example. PD date, quota, and ROW, millions of different forms etc. Its complexity is simply beyond you and me. Other examples abound. Legal system, taxation, state / federal relations, college admission, business dealing, etc. Once you reach teenage stage, there is no way you will ever live outside these sytems.

    So why is this? First of all, Americans believe in fair and equal dealings between each others. Then natually they set up millions of rules / systems to even the play ground. Secondly, a complicate system is a lazy man's product. It's not a big deal if you can design a extremely complicated and all inclusive system. What's great is that you can make it simple and intuitive so even your grandma can use it, while at the same time it covers all objectives & purposes served by the complicated system.

    My issue with this way of working is that the more complicated the system is, the more likely it will fail. Look at the space shuttle. Each of the one million parts was probably checked, double, and triple, and quandriply re-checked, but you put them together into the shuttle itself, you still got two space disasters in the past 20 years.

    Another consequence of this social pattern is that systems most often get exploited by people armed with specialty knowledge. I guess everyone here paid the lawyers (or your sponsor paid). Same thing for the accountants. These specialists are taking advantage of the fact that ordinary people can not get a handle of the current situations and have to ask for help.


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  • a1b2c3
    01-13 01:55 PM
    Slow and steady is good in contrast to arbitrary, jerky movements, suddenly forward and then suddenly backward into the ice age, which does only harm and no good to anyone. Like they did it in July 07 and then closed down the gates.

    I'm hoping EB2-I marches right into 2005.
    Hopefully, EB3-I will also see forward movements well into 2002. Let's keep all our fingers crossed.

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  • desi3933
    06-25 02:17 PM
    Can employee start working without SSN? My wife received H1 approval around Oct 2006 and we applied for SSN in Nov 2006. We received it by end of Feb 2007. From March 07 we got pay stubs.

    People who switched from F2/H4 to H1 can consider their SSN application time as valid status. Right?

    Person can start working after applying for the SSN.

    >> People who switched from F2/H4 to H1 can consider their SSN application time as valid status.
    No, After change of status (to H1-B) approval, person has 30 days (from approval date) to start working.

    Not a legal advice
    desi3933 at gmail.com


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  • logiclife
    11-08 02:07 AM
    A quick analysis of election results and its relevance to us:

    As of 11:45 PM PST, House has gone to Democrats in a landslide; the Senate is on its way depending on outcome in Montana and Virginia. If Democrats win MT and VA (Jon Tester in MT, Jim Webb in VA), the Democrats would control the Senate too.

    What it means for us:

    Change of control in the House:
    This is of biggest consequence. Since Democrats won the House, every chairman of every committee in the house will be a Democrat. They will decide what goes into each committee, what comes out of the committee, what gets floored on the house floor and when. They set the agenda, they set the timetable. They run everything...including what gets served in the House Cafeteria and who occupies which office and who gets how much budget to run their offices. Republicans in the last few years have followed the mantra of “Majority of the majority” when it came to setting the agenda and timetable of house floor votes. What this did was, bills that would win the majority of 435 votes by combining Democrats plus moderate Republicans never got floored onto the house, since the majority of majority (conservative republicans) were against such CIR and by that token non-receptive to the legal variety of immigration.

    To get an idea of the minority in the house read this quote from more than a 100 years ago:

    ”The job of the minority is to make a quorum and to draw its pay.”
    -- Speaker Thomas B. Reed, 1890.

    Throughout 2006, the biggest obstacle to high-skills-only bill to be floor on the full house or on the judiciary committee was the Republican controlled judiciary committee headed by Jim Sensenbrenner. He has won his own race(Wisconsin’s 5th) – no surprise there – he would not be heading the house Judiciary committee. Even if Republicans would have controlled the house, it would not have been Sensenbrenner, it was his last term as chair of judiciary committee. With Democrats winning, the difference is that it would not be Lamar Smith heading the house judiciary committee; it would be the Democrat John Conyers of Michigan. Whenever there was a non-CIR bill related to high-skills employment based immigration, like the one sponsored by John Shadegg (SKIL bill of the house) it was referred to House Judiciary committee. And Sensenbrenner basically put it on the shelf. That would change. How much? Only time will tell.

    Individual Races:
    Firstly, J.D. Hayworth of Arizona is on his way to losing his house seat. That’s house congressman called by Arizona Republic Newspaper as a “bully”, a strong anti-immigrant, who is gone from the House.

    Secondly, Jim Kolbe (pro-immigrant) retired from Arizona and a Democrat(Giffords) now occupies that seat. A strong anti-immigration candidate (Graf) lost election for that seat. That’s another good news.

    Thirdly, Jon Kyl almost lost his Senate seat in Arizona. If it’s any indication that anti-immigration noises are no career-savers, this may be it.

    CIR and Democratic majority:
    Democrats may still be weary of CIR because of its Amnesty component, but if they win with a landslide they may go for it. If they have a slim majority in the house, CIR could still be in jeopardy. But once CIR is dead, a legal skilled immigration bill may have a better chance as the House Judiciary committee wont be killing it every time it sees it and the Senate has already passed high-skills relief in one form or other more than once since December 2005 – S 1932 provisions, Managers amendments to CIR and Cornyn’s SKIL amendment to CIR.

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  • immigrant2007
    07-03 06:25 PM
    Please start a poll and find out who is in favor of a law suit against USCIS and who is not.

    I am in favor of to file a law suit against USCIS.

    I am also in favour of lawsuit


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  • dealsnet
    07-01 02:02 PM

    Barack Obama pledges to fix the broken immigration system - US - World - The Times of India (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/Barack-Obama-pledges-to-fix-the-broken-immigration-system/articleshow/6116661.cms)
    WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama on Thursday pledged to fix the "broken" immigration system of America to make it easier for the best and the brightest of the people to enter the country, that has nearly 11 million illegal immigrants.

    In his first major policy speech on immigration, Obama revealed the broad contours of his vision of reform, which if implemented would be helpful to hundreds and thousands of people from countries like India, who are professionals and law abiding and add value to the American society.

    "We should make it easier for the best and the brightest to come to start businesses and develop products and create jobs. Our laws should respect families following the rules, instead of splitting them apart," Obama said.

    "We need to provide farms a legal way to hire the workers they rely on, and a path for those workers to earn legal status," he said.

    The president said the system should stop penalising innocent young people for the actions of their parents, by denying them the chance to stay and contribute to build the country.

    He said the presence of about 11 million illegal immigrants makes a mockery of all those who are going through the process of immigrating legally.

    "Indeed, after years of patchwork fixes and ill-conceived revisions, the legal immigration system is as broken as the borders. Backlogs and bureaucracy means the process can take years," he observed.

    He was quick to add that immigration reform has been held hostage to political posturing and special interest wrangling and to the pervasive sentiment in Washington that tackling such a thorny and emotional issue is inherently bad politics.

    The president said besides addressing the issue of illegal immigrants, a reformed system also needs to address the need for talented people to stay and contribute to the country.

    "While an applicant waits for approval, he or she is often forbidden from visiting the US, which means even husbands and wives may be forced to spend many years apart... High fees and need for lawyers may exclude worthy applicants.

    "While we provide students from around the world visas to get engineering and computer science degrees at our top universities, our laws discourage them from using those skills to start a business or power a new industry right here in the United States," Obama said.

    He said instead of training entrepreneurs to create jobs, "we train our competition", adding: "In sum, the system is broken, and everybody knows it".

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  • vineet
    08-12 01:14 PM

    I just got off the call from uscis regarding my I-485. My PD is in the first week of Mar 2006.

    Per the USCIS website, they are suppose to process even the first week of Mar 2006 although the Aug VB says it is 01MAR06. I spoke to the second level IO and he was confident that my case would have to wait for the next month. I insisted that the uscis website says otherways, he went and verified with the third level (or his peer) and came back and told me that I was correct.
    Infact told me that my case was pre-adjd and being reviewed by IO currently.

    I am sure the same applies to you with the Sep VB. Good luck !!!

    Note: This is not a legal advice and don't quote me on it.

    Cool...This gives me some hope that my PD of May 8th will also be considered current from Sep 1.


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  • bebar
    01-15 09:26 PM
    My PD has been current quite a few times since 06/2007. Last time when I called TSC, my NC was still pending. My FP was done during 07/07 and I heard from some one in this thread that FP is valid for 15 months only. So what should I do now. Should I go for an infopass and take an FP appointment ? Guys please advise.

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  • Openarms
    01-21 01:46 PM
    Any hopes in EB3 India priority date movement? Hope they work on some legislation


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  • greencard_fever
    08-23 12:51 PM

    I have seen lots of posts about pre-adjudication..how do we know if any case has been pre-adjudicated or not?...recently i got an RFE on my spouse case for Marriage Certificate and Birth certificate bonafide..there is no RFE on my case and had an FP done on 08/11/2009 second time and noticed soft LUD on my case on the day of FP...dose this means they are working on my case...:confused::confused:

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  • desi3933
    09-05 02:39 PM
    "A valid reason to obtain an AP can be for leisure, visiting family, business and countless others"



    Here is the relevant info from USCIS site (I-131 instructions)

    Link (http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-131instr.pdf)

    Advance parole is an extraordinary measure used sparingly to bring an otherwise inadmissible alien to the United States for a temporary period of time due to a compelling emergency. Advance parole cannot be used to circumvent the normal visa issuing procedures and is not a means to bypass delays in visa issuance.

    Proud Indian American and Legal Immigrant


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  • BharatPremi
    09-20 05:46 PM
    Not entirely true, I switched job a couple of months ago - filed for AC21. I got an acknowledgment from USCIS for the same - stating that it will be added to my file, to be reviewed when my application is processed.

    Then you are a special case to USCIS. In my whole "GC career", you are the first case I am hearing about having AC21 related notification from USCIS.

    Chandu's comments are entirely truthful and your case is the special one as USCIS really does not have any sysem to account or to notify related with AC21 usage.

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  • jcrajput
    09-05 03:00 PM
    PD - OCT 2006
    I485 Applied # July 2nd reached at NSC
    No receipts, no check cashed


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  • casinoroyale
    06-26 03:42 PM
    Our attorney said one can apply for a renewal even from a different country, the clause that one has to be physically present in US is only for the initial I485 and AP application.

    I have applied for AP renewal on June 23rd and am traveling next month to India for 2 months will be back before my current AP expires i.e. Oct 10th. My attorney actually asked me to apply for renewal before I leave for India.

    Thanks for sharing the information.

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    09-22 03:04 PM
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  • chanduv23
    05-13 12:33 PM
    Sorry to hear about such cases. We all have to realize one thing here. The employers need us equally bad as we need them (more often than not, not talking about Indian consultancies here). If ever one encounters such racial discrimination and open abuse at the work place, the best recourse is to file a complaint with the higher ups in the HR, start searching for another employer and ditch the current racist employer at the right moment with an appropriate email sent to everyone detailing why the person is leaving at such an important phase of the product development. Yeah, this might sound un-ethical, but sometimes situations do demand such drastic measures to send the right message. That's when all these racist employers would realize the importance of the person that just left the company. Then they can try to fill in the position with their preferred race qualified person and see how difficult that gets!!

    Better still, please talk to your friends and family in other parts of the US and find the areas in the US that are cosmopolitan and try to move to those places. Yeah that is very difficult in the short-term, but in the long-run, you would have peace of mind and a good quality of life after making such a move. Fortunately, i am in the Bay area and i have rarely encountered such racial prejudices out here. Just my two cents.

    Good luck.

    I did the same thing. I was under racial attack and complained to the HR, was on my 6th year of h1b. I did not get any justice, the HR was also having the same opinion, was talking about Indians in the company on h1b and all issues associated the and she said she has 14 years of experience dealing with this and knows how to fix this problem. I was kicked out of the company. No look back at all. I pleaded, told her I will take back my complaint and will not complain but no use. They terminated my employment and could never never fill that position again, but the company did not survive for long though.
    I moved to desi consulting after that and things started going a lot better with a understanding employer and I am doing better now.

    Fellas - watch out, especially those working in BPO etc.. where they have to deal with abusive clients...

    Recently, I stopped taking all these racial comments in a serious way, 2 days back my co worker made comments on how my "curry smells" when eat at my desk. My wife wakes up early in the morning and cooks the food with so much love and affection and I eat that, whereas he eats burgers and fries from cafeteria - look at who is commenting??????

    02-07 09:19 AM
    is it something new?

    08-25 12:20 PM
    Yes, I am also in the same boat. Filed my 9th year extension in March, responded RFE during 1st week of August. Mine will be expiring in 3 more days. Hoping to get the extension soon.