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  • adobe howm
    08-26 04:12 PM

    This is not a financial help/grievance forum to discuss about funds transfer problems, or bank reputation. There are many more places for that purpose. If you cannot find one, start one for yourself.

    This forum is meant for discussing US employment based immigration related matters.

    If you still have any doubts, click on the "About us" link on top of the web page and dispel your doubts.

    Admins: Please close this thread.

    I understand that you are trying to be smart but you not quite sounds so. sorry

    of course - this is off topic but the whole point is WE are suffering from it and DOES affects us - may be you are not nor you have any clue about what this means to you.

    the goal of our community is to drive out the common enemy, share our experience to benefit others- may be sometimes it does sounds off topic but that does matters to us, the same way how $$$ matters to you. I would recommend you just think about bit before start comment on it.

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  • kbsyed61
    04-23 02:20 PM
    On March 30, my wife was issued a RFE for her incomplete medicals (TB test & Vaccination). Yesterday our attorney submitted the completed medical reports and today I received an email from 'CRIS' acknowleding the receipt of our response and resumption of the case. Checked the Online status and it also showed the today's LUD. Will keep the IV posted with any further development on our cases.

    Here is the text of that email (seems very generic):


    Current Status: Response to request for evidence received, and case processing has resumed.

    On April 23, 2009, we received your response to our request for evidence. We will notify you by mail when we make a decision or if we need something from you. If you move while this case is pending, call customer service. You should expect to receive a written decision or written update within 60 days of the date we received your response unless fingerprint processing or an interview are standard parts of case processing and have not yet been completed, in which case you can use our processing dates to estimate when this case will be done. This case is at our NEBRASKA SERVICE CENTER location...... "

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  • immique
    06-11 10:50 PM
    I disagree with the earlier comment. I don't agree that any one(including EB3) lost due to July 2007 visa bulletin. sure it was haphazard by the way it was handled, but thousands of well qualified applicants from many retrogressed countries had a chance to file their I 485 and were able to obtain well deserved benefits like EAD, AP or themselves and their dependants which thy have been denied for many yearsdue to the inefficient processing of various agencies. people have to realize that all of us are in the same boat and most of the people getting unfair treatment are from the retrogressed countries waiting for their green cards for 8-9 years

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  • Lacris
    07-17 09:33 PM
    I agree with your opinion however we might be in the minority here, fellow members(some of them) are just concerned about getting an EAD and AP. They do now know the issues we face after that. Every year renewals, associated risk of not getting AP in time to travel out and not to metion that fact that this will definitely add to the waiting period indefinitely again unless we get together and initiate a campaign for
    1. Recapturing unused visa numbers from past years
    2. Getting USCIS to treat Primary + Derivatives as one Visa number rather than individual.

    any takers?
    cheers - peace

    How about they don't count dependent children under maybe 14 to the annual quota. They don't need EADs and they will not compete for jobs with anyone for a long time.


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  • tinamatthew
    07-18 03:29 PM
    When I applied for my wife who was on L2, it took 14 days.

    That is one of the fastest EADs I've heard? Pretty good

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  • qplearn
    09-13 03:38 PM
    Why don't you write and sumbit an op-ed piece to The NY Times? While I personally like watching Jim Lehrer's newshour on PBS, we shouldn't get obsessed with a particular program. We have been featured all over the mainstream media.

    Here's the Washington Post Article that inspired me to join IV in April. I challenge you to write an article that will get us our next 6,000 members. And alll news articles about IV exist on a thread. Please look carefully before you trash our efforts. Thank you.

    Skilled Immigrants Turn to K Street
    High-Tech Workers Awaiting Green Cards Hire Lobbyists, Hit the Hill
    By S. Mitra Kalita
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Wednesday, April 26, 2006; D01
    On the December day when Congress killed a budget amendment that might have allowed him to become an American a little sooner, Aman Kapoor started a movement.
    He did not march through streets, carry signs, wave a flag from here or there. He did not walk off the job or file out of school. The computer programmer simply went online to a message board tracked by thousands of people in his predicament: highly skilled foreigners waiting years for their green cards.
    "I think we can do better and really create the impact with organized effort," he wrote. "To achieve this we need a group of individuals who have shown commitment and motivation in this forum."
    The next night, a dozen people living across the United States shed their Internet handles -- Kapoor's was "WaldenPond," a nod to his hero, Henry David Thoreau -- and addressed one another by name on a conference call that lasted an hour. Today, just four months later, the organization they dubbed Immigration Voice boasts 3,000 members; a fundraising goal of $200,000; and, most notably, a partnership with a high-powered lobbying firm, Quinn Gillespie & Associates LLC.
    The group's transformation from an insular circle to a politically active movement offers a window into an alternative immigrant campaign being waged as the Senate this week resumes its work on immigration laws.
    Most members and all the core organizers of Immigration Voice hail from India, though Chinese membership numbers in the hundreds and is on the rise. Most arrived on an international student visa or a visa known as the H-1B, reserved for highly skilled workers who can stay for up to six years -- unless an employer sponsors their green cards, which grant immigrants permanent residence in the United States and the right to live and work here freely. Over the past decade, the largest numbers of H-1Bs have been awarded to high-technology workers from India and China.
    Thus, while the passage of a strict border-security bill introduced by Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner Jr. (R-Wis.) mobilized many other immigrants in December, members of this high-tech group had their eye on another: a budget reconciliation bill that, in the Senate version, would have allowed those waiting in line for a green card to proceed even if the quota had been exhausted. The provision was cut in conference committee, stirring many to action and leading to the founding of Immigration Voice.
    While hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets to get Congress's attention, Immigration Voice took a decidedly different approach. Shortly after the group was established, Kapoor and other volunteers began interviewing lobbyists, relying mostly on Google searches and data from the Center for Public Integrity's Web site.
    "If it was not going to be big, it would not be worth the effort," said Kapoor, who works for Florida State University and has traveled to Washington nine times in the past three months. "Most of us have reached that point, having waited for eight or nine years, where individual lives are on hold."
    Neither Quinn Gillespie nor Immigration Voice would disclose the amount being paid for the firm's services. Kapoor said it is "less than five figures."
    "This is a sympathetic story," said Nick Maduros, a lobbyist for Quinn Gillespie. "For this group, their issues are very technical and are frankly not that controversial, but they have been overshadowed ."
    Immigration Voices also enlisted the help of Rick Swartz, who has his own firm and has long been a leading lobbyist for immigration groups. Swartz gathered members of the group at his home one January weekend for a crash course in American politics, teaching them to position themselves as the "new Cubans for the Republicans."
    Although their numbers are far smaller -- fewer than 2 million Indians live in the United States, according to the 2000 Census -- the group is among the more affluent immigrant communities. And because their numbers are smaller than those of Hispanics, they are trying to focus on other ways they can exert power -- through their wealth, their positions of influence in the high-tech and business communities, and their alliances with more established advocacy groups such as one for Indian physicians and an Indian political action committee.
    While the immigrant marchers' demands have covered a range of issues, including allowing immigrants to gain legal status and eventually citizenship, the members of this association are more narrowly focused: They want Congress to pass measures that would end the years-long wait for a green card. In fact, they warn that efforts to enable millions of illegal immigrants to remain here permanently would result in the same bureaucratic nightmare legal immigrants are now facing.
    "If you're going to reform, reform across the board," said Bharati Mandapati, who oversees content for the group, which means she has learned how to word and pitch legislative amendments.
    The group has refrained from taking a stand on the fate of the undocumented workers, though it monitors chatter on its Web site to ensure that frustrated high-tech workers don't disparage lower-skilled laborers such as landscapers and restaurant workers. It also has stayed mum on raising the cap on H-1Bs, the visas that made most of their passages possible.
    Under a proposal introduced by Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), the number of employment-based green cards being issued would increase from 140,000 to 290,000. Currently, no one country is supposed to take up more than 7 percent of the allotment, though unused green cards can be redistributed to countries that have already met their quota. That has made possible migrations in excess of 7 percent from nations such as India, China, Mexico and the Philippines. Under the proposal, the per-country cap would be increased to a hard and fast 10 percent. Proponents say this would prevent one country from dominating the category and would retain jobs for native-born Americans.
    But Mandapati, a California-based economist, argues that the restriction would hurt the United States because the demand for skills changes. "It just so happens that computer technology and certain technical skills are in great demand here and all over the world. It just so happens that there are two countries that have invested a lot of resources in educating people in these fields . . . India and China."
    About a half-million immigrants are caught in the green-card backlog, some as they wait for Labor Department approval or because quotas have been exceeded. In that time, they cannot be promoted or given substantial pay increases because that would mean a change in job description and salary. They turn to Web sites to compare their wait times with others, and their Internet handles, such as "stucklabor" and "waiting_labor," exude their frustration.
    During meetings on Capitol Hill, Maduros and at least one Immigration Voice representative lay out the group's platform, weaving in the personal stories of members. Shilpa Ghodgaonkar, a Germantown housewife, has become a staple anecdote -- and a frequent visitor on the Hill.
    For four years, she and her husband have been waiting for their green cards. Ghodgaonkar's husband arrived on an H-1B visa, and she followed as his dependent, unauthorized to work here. To pass the time, she learned to cook. Then she volunteered as a career counselor in Montgomery County. Last year, she earned her MBA from George Washington University. In December, around the time Kapoor sent out his e-mail plea for mass mobilization, Ghodgaonkar had run out of options.
    "I just couldn't keep quiet anymore," Ghodgaonkar said. "I cannot be depressed anymore."
    She keeps a spreadsheet that lays out appointment times and the senators' offices she has visited or still plans to: Specter, Frist, Schumer, Brownback, Bingaman, Feinstein, Feingold. Wednesdays bring a weekly call with Quinn Gillespie. And every few nights, there are conference calls among Immigration Voice's core team.
    Now the group plans to closely watch the debate resuming in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Earlier this month, Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.) proposed amendments with all of the group's provisions. Other lawmakers confirm that they are still meeting with the group to hear their concerns.
    Immigration Voice leaders say the past few months have focused and politicized Indian immigrants in a way that was not apparent in the past. "There is a very 'Mr. Smith Goes to Washington' quality" about the current effort, Mandapati said. "It's been a journey, a loss of naivet� and getting to know about American politics."
    � 2006 The Washington Post Company

    This is not the article placed on the thread. And nobody is trashing your efforts!!!!


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  • NKR
    03-13 02:13 PM
    Yes! on IV you are supposed to say only good things about IV (though IV is "grass-root" non-profit) but no free speech here :confused:
    You are only supposed to smell and sense good things about IV and hence write only good ... but god-forbid if you write truth then IV-watchers will try to ruin your "image" by giving RED dots (IV-mileage points) and make you feel bad-guy :rolleyes:

    Dude, it's not red dots, it's red squares.

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  • mbartosik
    11-06 03:05 PM
    If you use the link the post a little above this, then PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE be polite and constructive. This is ultimately someone that we have to deal with, so let's not put our foot in our mouth. Also don't take this as a recommendation to use the link, because it is not.


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  • minimalist
    03-31 12:53 PM
    We have to understand that there is a myriad of laws; INA, CFR's; USCIS policy binding memos; internal memos; appeals decisions, court cases, precedent aao decisions, precedent legal cases.

    Now; the ac21 memo is a memo that uscis officers have to follow. However; the memo is not in accordanc with INA 245 or AC21.

    INA 245 states that a valid and approved 140 is needed for a person to get lawful permanent residency.

    ac21 says that a person can change jobs after 485 has been pending for more then 180 days.

    The above two things are the law.

    In ac21 law; it doesn't say anything about the scenario if 140 is revoked by employer. It is totally silent to it.

    USCIS in their memos realized that ac21 law would not have any meaning if the employer still controlled the 140 if a person was eligible for ac21; therefore, they issued the memo (memo is not law but binding; memos can be changed; however, there has been nothing public about any possible change).

    Memo is clarification which they have been following for many years and as far as I know still binding.

    Kepp up the good work.

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  • johnamit
    12-03 09:40 AM
    I don't like idea of making IV a commercial-type business. IV is for legal immigrants and it should be funded by Legal Immigrants, however, practically its not that easy as it sounds, and more importantly its not working enough for IV to operate and generate results that we are waiting for.

    Problem is not that we don�t have money as small as $20, issue is we don�t want to pay. The reasons could be a)- we don�t understand importance of IV, b)- don�t trust IV fund management, c)- love freebies, d)- don�t have money e)- everything else.

    Lets talk about e)- there are 31000 reasons not to donate to IV. Well no matter how hard we push there will be people who will never contribute. I met quite a few who been saying �yeah� for quite sometime and visit IV almost daily but have not contributed $0.01. Can�t help them who can�t help themselves.
    d)- don�t have money: smells fishy, we are Hi-Tech workers, get paid really good and can�t donate $20, I don�t buy this idea. Better explain me next time.

    c)- love freebies: its great concept, I like it too, but when IV is fighting for us, the whole legal immigrant community, can�t we donate $20 for our own future. Lets take it as a lottery, we buy ticket, we may win and may not win, compare it to IV, we donate to IV, IV may be able to resolve issue before we even reach there in GC process (just like name check), and IV may not help retrogration, but still we come to forum, get information about process, discuss our own case, get seniors/gurus review of our own GC case/issues. We can�t go wrong with that. Its doable, just $20 for all this.

    b)- IV fund management: well IV has 25000 dedicated registered members, WOW, but way more than that IV has un-registered unknown number of enemies. Exposing everything on web is not a great idea, its like playing poker with your cards open. IV registration process is very simple and hence ANYONE can join and get sensitive info very easily and may use it against us. To protect that info IV is working on local chapters, local chapter registration is based on personal interaction, almost guarantees us that member is really legal immigrant. Once we are local chapter member then you get all such info in personal Inbox. You can see, verify, and discuss IV spending, see all transparent at this state chapter level. Just join them, no fee, its free!

    a)- don�t understand importance of IV: this is biggest single factor so far, folks who are in their 1-3 years of H1, assumes that by the time they will come to advanced stage of GC everything will smooth by then, as of today there is no reason for them to think about it. One very huge mistake they are making of thinking that GC queue will decrease when they get in line. It won�t. It will keep increasing exponentially simply because number of cases come in line are far more than number of cases exit the line.
    Delta = (# of new cases in the line) � (# of cases exiting from line)

    Trust me this Delta is getting bigger and bigger for you. Donating to IV may not seem important right now, think again you are going to invest in your future. IV may resolve this issues before you reach there. Ultimately saving you 2-3 yeas in GC process, you can earn more $$ in those 2-3 years and enjoy GC benefit too.

    Wow, all this explaining to get $20 from each member. Please point out if there are other reasons for not donating to IV.


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  • Dipika
    09-17 01:05 PM
    Thank you sku! i appreciate!

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  • gaz
    09-17 01:57 PM

    i'm using realplayer

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  • gsc999
    02-14 08:14 PM
    Ghandi said:

    1)- 1st they ignore you
    2) - Than they laugh at you
    3) - After that they fight with you
    4) - Than you win!!

    I count the awareness that IV has created in the community about our issues among one of the successes of this organization. If "do-nothing" people like viva and his posse can spend so much time on our website that is an achievement. Per Gandhi's continuum we are in the 2nd/3rd stage:D

    Soon my lovelies soon! We shall win some relief and that would be the day I will remember for a long time. You all can imagine what these people would be doing ;)

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  • eb3India
    03-08 11:03 AM
    I second everything logic has said,

    Also it is really funny and I use to think it's just me, but I am glad someone else is also experinced the same,

    Myself, I was able to file I-485 and renewed EAD 3 times, which means my wife is working from past three years, I have changed job using AC-21 twice and my salary is increased and have better job, which means I am not too much worried about getting GC, but I still contribute to IV and call lawmakers many times.

    The FEAR I see among many people is really pathatic, I know couple of friends does not even want to talk to me on phone about this matter thinking that some one might be listening,


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  • pappu
    04-19 01:51 PM
    long time back I had posted something on ability to pay. look into the archives. Are you currently employed with this company?what is your current wage? what is the size of the company? how long has the company been in business? what has been the income in the past few years? how much cash do they have in bank? Do they have any external funding? how well do you know the owner? How many people have filed for GC in your company?

    Ability to pay is a complicated issue to be answered without knowing all the details. Remember all the data needs to be fully legal (your small time employer should not be saving taxes by using tactics that help him financially but are not right thing to do) and correct and your employer should be willing to help you with all the information. This issue is not difficult to solve. With the help of a good lawyer who knows about the intricacies of ability to pay and takes active interest in your case and a good experienced CPA you can easily overcome it.

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  • october2001
    12-04 10:27 PM
    my I-485 was pending from 2001 and then my case was transfered to NBC I had an interview and then I got the I-797 Welcome Notice welcoming me as a permanent resident of the United States and it said on the notice you will get your green card in the mail in about 3 weeks and then checked my online status it said we ordered the card for production
    ok at this point everything is looking good
    and then after 5 days check my status online
    found the following :

    Current Status: Case reopened or reconsidered based on USCIS determination, and the case is now pending.

    We reopened this I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS on November 29, 2007, and are now reviewing our earlier decision.
    am I in trouble?!!!!!


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  • santa123
    06-11 07:07 PM
    I called all the reps:D

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  • PresidentO
    05-12 04:53 PM
    Because your title and your message are at odds with each other.

    Did you just get out a meeting where the shouting match involved getting a life?

    Mr Elite, Now by 2010 please move to the north of border and dont hang in here.

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  • Dipika
    10-27 02:41 PM
    For all of you who have got standard responses from USCIS, please do something about it. Call the local senator, file DHS-7001 with CIS Ombudsman, send a letter to USCIS secretary Napolatino, call TSC using POJ method, etc, etc.

    If you are current, they need to look at your file. Case under review means nothing at case was under review since July 20, 2009. Finally, i found out that my file was sitting in the storage and collecting dust.

    As other previous posters have mentioned, you should try calling TSC/NSC on Thursday/Friday evening. I found out that the IOs were in a better mood, as compared to my calls on other days (specially in the morning/afternoon).

    If you need details on the IO I talked to, I can provide it to you offline. I am still trying to reach that IO (need to say a big thank you) but have been unable to talk to him/her so far.

    you are right. i sent letter to senator before 2 month, no response yet. i have sent letter to congress man before 2 weeks and sent letter to USCIS secretary Napolatino. let's see what happen.

    02-01 01:27 PM
    Your position on will be part of IVs position.

    We all have our roots in H1B. So, my friend what is your position?

    What is IV's position on more H1Bs?

    01-31 05:29 PM
    voted multiple times...

    I hope hope they dont launch into a spiel about H1 B when the question is about GCs. It will also show their awareness about the actual issue.

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