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  • gc4sp
    01-19 01:59 PM
    I just signed up for recurring $20 contribution. thanks

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  • gimme_GC2006
    08-05 10:47 PM
    congrats to all who are getting approved !!

    I am just waiting for my case, the last LUD on my case was on 2008..a laundry list of events happened after that but never was there an LUD:mad:

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  • eeezzz
    07-17 09:16 PM
    Is it still going to follow the country quota(9700/year ?) even now they set you current and accept your I-485 ?
    If the answer is yes and if it is like wc_user said the approval will still be based on PD, then that will still be quite a long time to wait for your GC for many people here.

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  • akhilmahajan
    09-01 11:20 AM
    You deserve it buddy. You have done a lot for the community. Please enjoy your freedom to the fullest and also keep on supporting the efforts you have started.

    Once again congrats to you and your family. Enjoy your trip to INDIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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  • desireuben
    05-03 06:49 PM
    Perm Applied : 06/19/2007
    Audited on: 10/11/2007
    Audit Reply : 11/19/2007
    Center : Hopeless Atlanta
    Category: EB2 MS+5
    Mode: Frustrated and waiting

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  • NolaIndian32
    04-09 04:49 PM
    I am happy to report that Team IV Memberships have started rolling in from a few non-IVians who support us legal immigrants!! This is very encouraging.


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    08-04 02:19 PM

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  • smc
    07-11 06:48 PM
    Luiz Gutierrez- IL
    Jeff Flake- AZ

    Congressmen who Co authored the STRIVE Act. They might be able to help.


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  • abq_gc
    08-14 02:49 PM
    Hi guys,

    I got an RFE on my AP renewal application. I am current under the august and september visa bulletin ( PD: oct 2005). Will they even touch my EAD and GC file until the RFE is cleared ??



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  • geniousatwork
    09-01 12:43 PM

    Alright guys, I cannot tell you how excited I am to report that i got a call this morning from my attorney and my online case status also states that Card Production was ordered for my case!!!

    After 8 long years.....i finally have been approved for permanent residency. After 7 years, i will finally, with peace of mind, go back to India to visit my family. Thanks to IV, everyone's help on these forums for helping me keep my sanity over the past 2 years....

    After 15 years in the US, I will finally have my green card in hand soon.



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  • Ram_C
    11-13 07:48 PM
    How about SFO ??

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  • sukhwinderd
    03-09 09:52 AM
    more than $10,000 if they keep you in limbo.
    in my case, the companies i worked at has spent nearly 50,000$ ( in USCIS + lawyer + misc fee) for my H1s and my GC applications.

    I know there are plenty of suggestions flying around and here is my 2 cent, it may or may not make too much sense, but here it is.
    We can rant about the difficulties of not getting a GC, make emotional pleas of our struggles all day, but nothing talks better than money. In the current scenario nothing will grab more attention if you can show how we contribute to the US govt and the US economy in monetary terms. Nothing else will get the attention of these lawmakers like money can. ;-)
    Can we put out some numbers for the lawmakers, in terms of our contribution to federal & state taxes, social security, property taxes and overall economy by way of our purchasing power home, cars, appliances, vacations, etc (all the amount that you spend in the US) and multiply these numbers by the number of folks waiting to get GC or who have the GCs. I am sure when you add all this up it will be a significant number, which is bound to catch some attention. Assuming the majority of us make more than the average American, all these figures will definitely standout.
    Also propose a one time fee of $10,000 to apply for GC right away. I am willing to pay this fee if USCIS can grant me a GC or provide us a way to stay and work legally in this country with no tie in to the employer. This could be a significant amount of revenue, especially when all lawmakers are looking to reduce the deficit and raise some income. As it is they are regularly increasing the visa fees to pay for some bill to the other like the 9/11 workers healthcare bill, etc. If a 100,000 folks(not sure how many are there in total) like us cough up $10,000 that could equal 1 billion. May seem small amount compare to the US deficit, but when you add up our total contribution it is significant. This may be totally outlandish, but I think something on this line is worth talking about. Like I said, nothing talks better than money.
    Not sure if there have been other similar ideas, but if we can compile a few pages of such information with numbers, graphs, comparative charts etc and hand them out to the lawmakers it may help.
    Comments and feedback welcome. May be this is totally a dumb idea, but if the admins think it makes sense willing to discuss and prepare something. Also this post is not meant to begin a debate or to distract us from our goal but just some thoughts.
    PS: Have contributed in the past and intend to participate (financially and in person) on the Advocacy day.


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  • NolaIndian32
    09-01 11:47 AM
    Congratulations !!!

    Would you mind sharing the RD, ND. My PD is just a week later from your PD so was wondering what is stock for me :)

    Also did you have any RFEs, 2nd FP etc.

    Hi sdrblr,

    Most of my info is updated in my tracker, but i am providing it below for ease of review....
    Case approved at TSC
    RD - 7/2/07
    ND - 8/28/07
    PD - 4/30/04
    FP completed 9/28/07

    Maintained H1b with same employer, same job throughout this time.
    No EAD obtained
    Got AP 1/23/09 but was too scared to use it (lol).
    No RFEs
    No dependents - i married a US Citizen, haven't adopted yet.

    Best of luck to you.

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  • ksurjan
    07-11 06:34 PM
    This is great..I wonder how powerful she is? They never cared to reply to her July 2nd letter.


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  • asanghi
    01-17 03:51 PM
    I just signed up for $20 per month. I consider my cashflow situation to be not very good right now. Buying a house in SF Bayarea can do that to you. However I think that immigrationvoice is a cause too important to not contribute.

    I mention my cashflow situation, so that those who might not be contributing for the same reason may also get inspired to come forward and contribute.

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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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  • Totoro
    03-31 04:55 PM
    These are the issues and examples we discussed. Although the following presents a lot of issues, I emphasized repeatedly that the GC recapture was the first priority.

    Immigration Issues:

    Obama wants high-paying, high-skill jobs in future – AP March 26, 2009

    Obama said job creation in America is difficult in a time of economic hardship and that the work of the future should be in more high-paying, high-skill areas like clean energy technology.

    Why Skilled Immigrants Are Leaving the U.S. – Business Week March 3, 2009
    Earlier research by my team suggested that a crisis was brewing because of a burgeoning immigration backlog. At the end of 2006, more than 1 million skilled professionals (engineers, scientists, doctors, researchers) and their families were in line for a yearly allotment of only 120,000 permanent resident visas. The wait time for some people ran longer than a decade. In the meantime, these workers were trapped in "immigration limbo." If they changed jobs or even took a promotion, they risked being pushed to the back of the permanent residency queue. We predicted that skilled foreign workers would increasingly get fed up and return to countries like India and China where the economies were booming.
    Why should we care? Because immigrants are critical to the country's long-term economic health. Despite the fact that they constitute only 12% of the U.S. population, immigrants have started 52% of Silicon Valley's technology companies and contributed to more than 25% of our global patents. They make up 24% of the U.S. science and engineering workforce holding bachelor's degrees and 47% of science and engineering workers who have PhDs. Immigrants have co-founded firms such as Google (NasdaqGS:GOOG - News), Intel (NasdaqGS:INTC - News), eBay (NasdaqGS:EBAY - News), and Yahoo! (NasdaqGS:YHOO - News).

    Educated people leaving the US – Why?

    More opportunities overseas
    Economic disincentives – spouses and dependents prohibited from working
    Institutionalized discrimination – hate groups like FAIR are given voice in congress (i.e. stimulus)
    Extremely onerous bureaucracy – 10 years in US and no path to permanent residency (professionals, bankers, educators)
    Indentured service
    – workers cannot leave employer without facing deportation or illegal status
    – including professionals
    – employer holds too much power
    – employees cannot complain or quit
    – dependents must work illegally or leave the country to work

    When people change jobs they often have to restart the process again from the beginning.


    Canada example:

    Permanent residency point system – points awarded for
    - years legal residency (student, worker)
    - family members in US
    - education (more points for certain fields of study)
    - proficiency in official language
    - skill in high demand fields (petroleum engineers, medical doctors)

    Work visas for dependents –
     Eliminate restrictions on family members from working
     Dependents of professionals are usually educated
     Contribute more to US economy (example: work as substitute teacher)
     Pay more taxes

    Example of a skilled dependent who is not able to work.

    “My family moved to the US in 2002. Before that, I and my wife were working in Malaysia. My wife has two Masters Degrees in Science. Once we moved in, I have been trying to get GC. All this time, my wife has been in H4. She has tried her best but could not land a job with H1 sponsorship as no company in her field that she tried is familiar with H1 process. All these years, she has been highly stressed due to this. People may think she must have known this before coming in. But, at that time, the average GC wait was 2 years.”

    Other benefits of immigration reform to US economy

    Stop reverse brain drain – US universities educate people who are often FORCED to take their skills out of the country
    Support housing market – many immigrants hesitate to buy a house because of their uncertain status, but skilled immigrants tend to have healthy incomes that support home ownership.

    Scrap diversity visa lottery
    – does not attract skilled people
    – Already have country limits for green cards
    Why bring more people to US and then force people who are already here and have shown a dedication to the US to leave?

    To prevent employers from abusing workers: Allow people who have work visas to change jobs without having to reapply for a new visa (up to the original expiration date) and restart green card process.

    Bureaucratic Issues

    Backlogs in processing going back as far as 7 years or more: some have suggested that they would rather be denied a visa than wait so long. That way they can at least plan for the future.

    Immigrants from most countries need to leave the US to get their visa stamped even when their visa has been approved and they are already legally in the U.S. The reason for this is unclear, but it causes economic hardship to immigrants who are delayed and risk losing their jobs.

    Every year visas are unclaimed, often because of processing delays. Employment based immigrants have been asking for these unclaimed visas to be reissued to people who have been waiting years for their applications to be processed. The issue is reducing processing time, and they see visa recapture as a way to reduce the backlog.

    Many immigrants have complained about the long time processing their applications for a green card. They would like to see automatic qualification for professionals who have lived in the US for a certain period of time (5 or 6 years).

    Clearing the GC backlog and making it easier for skilled professionals to get permanent residency will encourage investment in US whether in the form of buying a house or setting up a business etc, because it allows immigrants to plan for the future.

    Having no time limit for processing applications is inefficient and does not ensure accountability. Business projects and other processes need time frames to ensure they remain on track and that employees are productive. Government agencies need to be held to the same standards.

    Applicants need to be able to access information about their status, which should have clear timelines for each step and show clearly where they are in the process. This is the only way they can plan effectively for the future.

    Many people who have been in the US legally for more than 10 years but can’t get permanent residency. They are eligible for SS, but may be forced to leave the US with their US savings, assets and SS benefits. These people would like consideration of a fast track application.

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  • kumar1
    01-26 12:26 AM
    immuser - I agree, although I rent a 2 bed 2 bath 1000 sq feet apartment. It is nowhere close to a 4 bedroom home. Nevertheless, I sleep very well at night knowing the fact that I have zero debt on my head in this economy. For some people it is very important! There are people out there, with 100K debt and they have no worries.

    When you lose all your battles, home is a place where you come back and think, at least I have a roof on my head. In this country, home has become a place, when after losing all your battles, you come back and think, what do I do with this elephant?

    I do not need an elephant like this!

    "One can have a good quality of life in a small apartment...."

    Not true - a small apt is a small apt no matter what. Yes, you can live with peace of mind in a small apt, and yes you can live happily in a small apt. This does not equate to quality of life. The "quality of life" in a 4 bedroom house with back yard is greater than that in a small 650 sq ft single bedroom apt ( if you put the same person who was happy in the small apt into the 4 bedroom house - even if his happiness level remains the same, his quality of life just went up)

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  • pappu
    02-23 07:49 PM
    There is a 'Bookmark' button below every post. If you click on it and select Facebook, the post will be shared on facebook. Let us all spread the message wherever possible about this event and get maximum participation.

    05-11 07:00 AM
    Congrats ZeroComplexity, ocpmachine and SBAV!

    Check your mail boxes folks!. I never got an email from USCIS but just found my green card in the mail box. An eventful day after all :)

    Some stats:

    PD May 25th 2006
    Approved May 5th 2011 - No SR, no infopass, no phone calls, no contacting senators

    $ Contribution to IV: more than $800(kinda lost track now).

    03-29 09:26 AM
    I've mailed my application on 3/16 and received by Houston office on 3/18 as per fedex tracking..

    I sent an email to passportcgihouston@swbell.net on friday and got the response that my application was not registered in their system..

    Is there some waiting time to register the application in the system?? I'll send another mail after 2 days..hopefully it will be registered by then..

    did u e-mail them this week?Is ur application registered in their system....I mailed mine on 25th and it was delivered on 26th and I am wondering when it would be in their system???