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  • kshitijnt
    06-20 04:27 PM
    Called Gutierrez and Baca's office for their support.





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  • bkarnik
    03-11 12:05 PM
    If you treat the forums as your workplace then it will be better for all of us. No discussions on politics and religion. Period. Just be professional in your replies and you don't have to respond to each and every post. If you do not like it then do not respond. This is not family that you need to correct/straighten every person.

    Let it go y'all. Peace.

    Agreed...this is very typical of quite a few threads in this forum. The thread starts off with a very interesting and researchable piece of information and then degenerates into trash talking. I request all these senior members (Sanju, Mirage, et.al.) and donors to regroup and focus on a strategy to keep the Senator's office involved in getting some better information for us since they have already started the process. One way could be to draft a letter in reply with the following points:

    1. Definition of "pending" applications in USCIS lexicon
    2. Breakup by year
    3. Are these 485 applications only
    4. Cna we get a similar breakup for the currently retrogressed major countries (India, China, Phillipines, etc)

    Additionally, it might also be helpful to request the Senator to get some information from the Department of State with respect to how many applications are "pending" with them for consular processing, since they also come in the same pool of available visas.

    Peace.
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  • SGP
    04-14 06:19 AM
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$GOOD MORNING GC$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    Deadline = April 30th, 2011
    Goal = 5000 votes on survey (see I-485 filing w/o current PD thread) and momentum to continue with this campaign.The survey is a platform to gather and push for launching action items. Based on response by 04/30/2011 - IV will decide whether to even proceed with initiative or not.
    Actions - 1) Vote on survey.
    2)Email ivcoordinator@gmail.com with PD, ph#,email & subject "I485 filing impacted�,
    3)Print/Circulate Fliers and spread FB, wiki link (see "support thread")

    Dear IV Members,

    If you believe that your success depends on your immigration process - whether it's the ability to file I-485 earlier or to get green-card and citizenship sooner or whether it's the ability of your spouse to work - then you have to believe that your success somehow depends on the success of Immigration voice and these 170 volunteers in DC next week.
    As you may know, we are just one more week away from hosting Advocacy day in Washington DC where about 170 members of Immigration Voice will conduct nearly 250 meetings with offices of Senators and Congressmen. Such events cost money. If we have enough contributions, we can spend as per our budget of nearly $ 50,000. If not, we will have to cut back on the event spending and reduce the magnitude and size of the event.
    If you are not coming to DC next week, please do your part and contribute funds to Immigration Voice. It not only finances the event properly, it instills pride and confidence in the members who will be there in DC that there are thousands of willing supporters behind them who could not be there physically but are 100% with them in their determination and resolve.

    For background click here -> Announcement about April 2011 Advocacy Days (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/forum85-action-items-for-everyone/1901186-action-item-advocacy-days-in-washington-dc-in-april-2011-a.html#post2301599)
    Contribute to Advocacy Event on the Capitol Hill (http://immigrationvoice.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=26&Itemid=44#onetimepaypal) (All one-time contributions will go towards organizing the Advocacy Days event)





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  • alkg
    11-19 08:50 PM
    Hi IV Members

    I am 2nd July filer and till date i did not receive Advance Parole,but my wife received an approval notice from USCIS stating that they approved her AP(but AP not received) .

    And Today i got an email from USCIS guys stating that my file for AP is under "Name Check and Background Check"..???????

    I just want to know from IV members how much time it will take to get clearance from background check as i have an emergency to go Home country. confused::mad::mad::(:(



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  • h1b_slave
    02-05 04:40 PM
    Not all professions can apply for H1Bs. You need to have specific skills that the US does NOT have. Someone on here had once posted that his wife could not work as a teacher although the school was ready to offer her a job, coz there is no H1B category for teachers. The H1B visa cannot help spouses in all professions. Hence my suggestion.

    About how this will solve retrogression, IT WONT. My point is instead of trying to bring this retrogression beast down, maybe we should look at alternatives to work around it.

    If it is not the skill that US does not have then what argument are we going to give to lawmakers for asking for such a provision ?

    You need to restart ur GC process but you can keep ur PD (if not revoked) and get a 3 year extension immediately based on the Approved I-140.
    what if it is revoked, do we any options for getting PD back ?





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  • webm
    06-12 01:50 PM
    Yes I do agree with you. This is a most affected category these days and even look at the past few yrs data, very slow movement.


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  • ashishgour
    09-17 02:15 PM
    yeah..they are discussing another amendment..Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn





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  • trueguy
    11-04 04:03 PM
    What do you think is the percentage of EB3 -I, who entered their info in this poll?

    That is the million dollar question :) and I wish we knew the answer



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  • bklog_sufferer
    06-07 08:59 AM
    Well said logiclife, I can't agree with you anymore and must say that I thoroughly enjoy reading your posts.:)


    Is immigration a right? ABSOLUTELY.

    Well, over the past few months we have heard a lot of sound bites like �Immigration is a privilege, not a right�. �We are a country of immigrants but we are also a country of laws.� We will see about that in moment when we look at history and find out how lawful immigration has historically been.

    Let�s focus on one thing sorely missing from our community: The sense of entitlement.

    A lot of employment based immigrants in this country, legally here, on H1, L1, J1 etc. have asked themselves, �What right do I have to ask for change in laws or relief from congress? I am not even a citizen. Lobby congress? As an alien? Are you kidding me? Do you want to get deported? Do you realize you are going �against� the Government?�

    Therein comes the lack of sense of entitlement.

    First of all, legally speaking, there is no distinction between the constitutional rights of citizens and the constitutional rights of those who are non-citizens � legal or illegal. (Non-citizens are also called �aliens�, but I refrain from using that word whenever I remember coz none of us look like characters of Star Wars and we are not green-headed animals with 6 limbs, so I don�t consider myself an alien just because I was born somewhere else on the same planet).

    Second of all, as a person within the jurisdiction of the United States, the first amendment actually prohibits the congress from making any laws against stated rights � one of which is the right to petition the Government for redress of grievances. So not only its legal to do what we are doing, it unconstitutional to pass a law to make it illegal for us to petition (or lobby, advocate, litigate) government for a redress of grievances. And that first amendment isn�t changing, coz to change it, its going to need two-thirds of US congress and three-fourths of states to back it. And we all know, how lucky we are to have 51 senators agree on the fact that sun rises from the east.

    Earned Right or Birthright?

    The fact that you are here and you are here legally and working with the system to earn immigration is something you should be proud of. Not guilty of. If you treat yourself as guests, the government will treat you like a guest. I would rather treat myself two times the citizen. Why, coz it simply much harder to earn a citizenship than to be born into it. I believe that not only we deserve fair and speedy immigration, but also when we do become citizens we should have the privilege to give two votes in elections. Now, I am not trying to display chutzpah here. I am going to back up my claim with reason. See, a lot of us came here 5-10 years ago with almost no money. Many of us never received any formal education in America. However, we have been able to survive and keep a job in this country, even during the stock market crash of 2001 and the economic recession after that. No small feat. We are the last ones to leave the office at night (Actually, that is true for both legal and illegal workers, coz the legal computer programmer is still coding Java at 7:00 PM while the illegal janitor starts vacuuming the office). We relocate across states as-if its relocating 2 traffic lights away. We adapt to different employers, we adapt to all employers. And all these without driving down the wages. Yes, it�s true. We don�t depress the wages and we don�t steal jobs and the labor certification is designed to prevent that and it�s working. We all know how great its working and how intense the process is, especially those who are stuck in Philly and Dallas backlog creation centers.

    So, to sum it up, we have twice to right to petition the government for a redress of grievances, twice the right to everything. It�s an earned right, not a birthright. Our natural instinct should be to exercise the rights we have earned. If we cannot do it now, we are not going to really make anything out of citizenship of Greencard that we are pursuing.

    And coming back to the sound bites about privileges and �Nation of laws� coming out of Washington today, let me say this: The pilgrims, who dropped anchor near Cape Cod in 1620 didn�t go through a port of entry and get their passports stamped and their I-94s stapled. I don�t think the Indians were waiting at the coast of Virginia to stop immigrants. They just came. And they settled. And they called it home. No priority dates. No visa bulletins.

    So you see, what really matters here is whether you feel you are entitled to something or not. If you don�t feel entitled to a fair immigration process that does justice to those who seek legal ways to immigration, then you probably aren�t entitled. To ask for something, you must first believe that you deserve it. And to show that you deserve it, you must ask it loudly and clearly from rooftops. Don�t predict visa bulletins, but work to change and influence the visa bulletin 6 months from now. And no, you wont be deported for exercising that constitutional right.

    �Our ancestors ... possessed a right, which nature has given to all men, of departing from the country in which chance, not choice has placed them.�

    � Thomas Jefferson (1743�1826, 3d President of the United States, author of the Declaration of Independence)





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  • Ahimsa
    01-30 08:54 AM
    I dont think companies are really geared to file for 140 within 45 days of labor approval...
    The condition is not for "to file 140 within 45 days of labor approval"
    But it is for the company to substitute the LC for some other employee.

    There is no time limit set to file I-140 for the employee for whom the LC was issued.

    AILA opposes this 45 days condition on the premise that they can not find and recruit a person to apply LC substitution within 45 days.

    Anyway it is good to see majority of the "LC-jumpers" will be stopped.



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  • chetanjumani
    03-14 09:08 AM
    We have seen that even after the PD being current, there have been many people whose cases have not been approved. We saw last year in July many cases with later priority date and later receipt dates were approved and people with earlier PD and earlier Receipt dates still waiting,

    Now with the 180 day rule for FBI name check, things could be expected to be little better, but we have to remember that since most of the cases are paper based, some one has to physically get to cases from a huge storage, sort it manually, distribute it manually and get it adjudicated.

    So even if the visa number is current, just beacuse the number of applications are so high that we still cannot say for sure whose cases are going to be approved.

    From www.immigration-information.com, it appears, the biggest factor in getting the GC visa number allocated to a case is, having a case ready to be adjudicated and in the hands of an immigration officer at a time, when both processing date and priority dates are current. It appears that even after the huge retrogression, there were not enough demand for AOS based approvals, so they had to PD current to allow CP based cases to use the visas and ensure they are not wasted. I like the fact that visa were at least not wasted, but I would have loved to see applicants who have been waiting for years to have a first opportunity to that visa, specially because they have done everything that any one could do.

    I have been pro-fee increase by USCIS, only provided that they will use this money to expedite the processing, make things eletronic, make things more transparent, and to be honest, I feel the overall improvements are happening. Though I still see a lot of scope for futher improvements.

    We have clearly seen that labor processing has been improved dramatically with PERM. Now waiting for years to get Labor is almost history. I hope that IV and all its members direct its efforts towards ensuring that we see the improvements in efficiency that we expected to happen with fee increases.

    Lets unite together to work for a system which is fair and efficient for everyone. Lets contribute to IV administrative fixes and any other efforts which will ensure a higher efficiency and better utilization of visa numbers for AOS applications.





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  • vxb2004
    07-18 08:40 PM
    I don't know why but we tend to be satisfied with lsmall benefits...
    I agree with you "something (EAD and AP) is better than nothing"
    But i bet you ..you will find your self in the same situation of agony and endless waiting for the final Green card.
    I bet most of the people don't use your ead and AP as it puts you in a gray "Adjustment of status". They are good to have though. But you will see...how painful it is to decide to use them or not..

    What i want to say is that being able to apply for EAD and AP is not the end of the battle..you will be stuck in a depressing situation waiting for the final green card.How do i know? .. I went through it...waiting for GC for the past 4 years.

    I dont know its FBI or its just the USCIS incompetence but waiting in the final stage is horrible. Every time you travel you are scared...AP as for as my lawyer goes IT does not guarantee 100% entry in to the country.

    After you apply for AP its only 1 year H1 increments.

    What i am saying why dont we try for the overall improvement of the GC processing. Why dont we be firm about not wasting the GC numbers and recapturing the unused numbers.

    We had a small revolt (peaceful way) and its successful.We dont want to stop there.

    LETS FIGHT FOR THE OVERALL IMPROVEMENT OF THE GC PROCESSING

    I hope you guys are with me..looking for your comments


    Lets cross one bridge at a time. Who knows what favorable changes might happen in future.



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  • gk_2000
    04-18 07:40 PM
    I have neither become apprehensive nor have got any ill feeling ... just showing where the problem is .

    Yes, sorry.. no foul





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  • obviously
    05-08 11:04 PM
    Indian insurance companies that process through "Corus" in France are all SHAM policies. In the event of any claim, they try to wiggle out stating there was some preexisting condition.

    While it is understandable that no insurance will cover preexisting conditions, New India Assurance and other jokers that process through Corus are out there to lie, cheat and steal.

    Stay away from those sharks and get a US based insurance, if you can.

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  • gcisadawg
    04-09 03:17 PM
    not sure, but one doctor said its absolutely OK to get a TB test during preg...so we looked for an other doc...

    OK, it seems like it depends on the doctor. Anyways, i'll check with my immigration doctor and see what happens.





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  • anzerraja
    07-19 04:12 PM
    Did it occur to anyone that we are only talking about compensating Aman the $64k he spent already. Imagine if he had made use of that $64k as an investment(let us say a safe investment with minimum returns) of that amount it should have exceeded that $64k value by now.

    The least we can do at this moment is to immediately refund Aman and other core team members the amount they have spent towards the administrative costs of IV. Pappu / Logic Life / Other core team members, please let us know what kind of legal/administrative action is required to get this done.

    We will immediately start a funding drive towards filling in this shortage from the total IV funds. IMHO on the longer run the smaller funds ($10, $20 etc) should not be neglected.

    Let us figure out the required amount and have a new thread started about this. This settlement should be treated with high priority before any other funding drive. Pledging my $200 towards this.

    Yes this is not a typo. This is true. Aman has made more financial sacrifices and time sacrifices than anyone else. Not a single penny has been reimbursed to him for his trips to DC, food and stay in DC or car rental in DC. He even risked his job and went to DC on unpaid leave at critical times because lobbying was important for getting our work done. We in the core team know this and when we see the kind of contributions we get from members, we feel disappointed that our efforts are not valued. When we started the $20 contributions people felt $20 was too high and wanted $10 per month or less. The kind of work and effort that is needed to push a single provision is phenomenal and needs lot of capital. The more the better. Sometimes reading posts that say IV core is selfish also disappoints us. People do not know the effort that goes in getting anything done. This website is simply a tool for us to communicate to everyone. The big effort is the lobbying work. We hope the Buisnessweek article helps people realize our hard work and people value it by contributing to it and helping us in all action items.[/QUOTE]



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  • pdakwala
    04-12 04:41 PM
    Thank you very much anandrajesh, nk2006, ramraj_02, nviren, and neel_gump. Keep up the good work. It is good that more and more people and coming forward and making their first, second, third and fouth contribution.

    One would make contribution only if they have confidence in IV. Today IV have more than 2000 members. Let's join hand and make Immigration Voice stronger by contributing $100 or more one more time.

    We have al ready seen that Immigration Voice have shown their ability what they can do with all your help. We have not yet achieve the goals but we are not too far from that. One has to understand that Immigration Voice is an organization owned by you and me and so please contibute so that Immigration Voice can work and solve the retrogression problem.





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  • sriharirag
    07-17 10:31 PM
    Can we also add a section that says that H1Bs also pay taxes...including medicare and SS?





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  • deepakshah
    07-15 09:16 PM
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    CADude
    11-17 05:33 PM
    NC process usually start 1 or 2 weeks after Notice date(this you will get in Receipt Notice). So it's more than 4 years. Wow it's bad.

    I filed 485 in Sep 2003.
    First Finger Print is done in Aug 2004.
    Second Finger Print is done in April 2007.
    Took Infopass on Sep 11th 2007 and I was told by Officer that everything looks good but still pending and asked me to check after 2 months.
    Took Infopass again on Nov 13th 2007 and came to know that FBI Name Check is Pending on my and my wife's cases.

    How do I know how long FBI Name Check is Pending on my case ?





    Widget
    11-15 03:50 PM
    THIS WEEK ON C-SPAN, hope taht we will see somenthing about EB next wek


    Thursday, Nov. 16
    Senate Judiciary Committee on Oversight of the Civil Rights Division
    On C-SPAN3 at 9:30am ET


    Thursday, Nov. 16
    Senate Democrats Briefing on Minimum Wage
    On C-SPAN at 2pm ET


    Thursday, Nov. 16
    Sen. McConnell (R-KY) on What's Next for the Republican Party
    On C-SPAN3 at 3:30pm ET



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