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  • viswanadh73
    01-04 08:47 AM
    hi gjoe,
    thanks for your reply. now EB3 Priority dates are gone back to 2001. say there is no visa numbers available after the 485 applications processed which are submitted in july and aug 2007. then waht they do? they have to keep the processed applications aside untill the visa numbers available right? so at that time which one become priority is Labour filing date or 485 RD?





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  • bsbawa10
    08-15 09:56 AM
    Why are there two "Priority Date" columns?

    There is onlly one. The other ones are for the notice date and receipt dates





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  • ImmiLosers
    09-30 03:24 PM
    How did you guys find out your Name Check Status. Do we have to call USCIS to check for this or is there any other way to confirm this.

    thanks,

    Infopass is one way (only if you are lucky)





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  • fall1998
    05-12 04:10 PM
    Hello All,

    Are there any IV Members out there who are current this month (May 2011) and still waiting for their approval email / notification / GC?

    I am guessing that everyone who is current this month is already approved by now and his/her visa number (along with dependents visa) is already accounted for by USCIS.



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  • Vishal2007
    02-04 06:30 PM
    definitely your entry should be deneid, you are not uncapale to solve your domestic problem, how come you are going to do good to this country by getting GC. (I agree these people are not good as you, but before they start domestic voilence there are on citizen/GC (either one of them),





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  • CRAZYMONK
    09-24 11:38 AM
    but we received an RFE Yday forwarded from my old address which I moved out 1 year ago and filed AR11.

    also the RFE stated that there is no G28 representation on our case and worst thing was online status is still pending.

    We had lost 13 valuable days because of address they used in RFE.

    Good Luck.!!

    I think that is the reason you got it to your address instead of your attorney. They might have missed that G-28 or your attorney forgot to send in with other stuff.

    Is that RFE just for G-28?



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  • nvmurali
    06-02 04:39 PM
    You new employer can file for H-1B change of status for (upto) 3 years since you have I-140 approved and your PD is not current. The fact, that I-140 was applied by current (or ex) employer, does not matter.

    Hope it helps.


    _________________
    Not a legal advice.

    Thats what I was looking for!!!! Thank you all for your help. As long as my new employer can transfer over my existing H1-B even though it's past the 6 yrs, I'll be good to go. :)





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  • fromnaija
    06-23 02:05 AM
    Reading the SOP on I-485 processing, I found that the application is stamped with the receipt date in the mail room. When the package is eventually opened the receipt date is compared with the visa bulletin as of that receipt date and if PD is not current the application is rejected.

    Yeah, its not worth the risk. Just curious about how this timeline works though.



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  • vallabhu
    06-15 09:10 AM
    contribution close to 500$ so far wiling to contribute another 500$ in next 5 months.





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  • viswanadh73
    01-04 01:19 PM
    thanks



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  • tonyHK12
    11-14 12:10 PM
    I'm trying to figure out the reasoning behind Mexico's numbers as well. According to the latest cut-off date tables http://www.travel.state.gov/pdf/EmploymentDemandUsedForCutOffDates.pdf

    Mexico has about 5,800 folks total for EB-3 in the queue so far, but we have seen very little movement in the past years. My questions to the forum:

    1) Is the slow movement due to so many cases in field offices not yet reported?

    2) Do family-based numbers take away from the 7% of 140K visas a year or are these solely for EB?

    3) Any idea why movement is so slow for Mexico given the numbers of people currently in the queue?

    Theories are welcome.

    Yes I agree something doesn't add up. The yearly quota should be at least 2800 visas for EB3 from Mexico.
    Maybe they're waiting for the end of quarter to allocate visas.
    IV generally follows up for donor members.





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  • walking_dude
    12-05 12:45 PM
    FBI Namecheck isn't exactly an immediate issue for me due to colossal backlogs. Yet clearance of the backlog may be meaningless if a person happens to get caught in the FBI backlog instead !

    Here's my E-mail to ACLU Immigrants rights project -

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    Thank you for taking legal actions to fix FBI Name check delays for Immigrants

    http://www.aclu.org/immigrants/gen/32422prs20071029.html

    Kudos for taking actions to protect Immigration rights. As a future Citizenship applicant I'll surely benefit if this inhumane bureaucratic mess would be fixed.

    FBI Namechecks aren't limited to Citizenship applicants alone. There are countless Green Card applicants stuck in the FBI backlog too. Are any legal actions being planned to help them too?

    Thanks & Regards,
    xxxxx

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  • MatsP
    March 5th, 2007, 06:32 AM
    i am not sure what it is about the 300d or known by most as the digital rebel that makes it not a good choice. i used and still use the digital rebel. i consider it to be worthy of professional status. it lacks a few capabilities but for studio work i still feel more comfortable with that camera and i must admit even though i have the rebel xt i have not used it near as much as the 300 d.


    There are some things that make for example the 10D better than the 300D, but those are few - the one that made me spend the money on a 10D rather than the 300D is the fact that the 10D has the setting for following AF (aka predictive AF), whilst the 300D has a setting for "Let the camera choose if it's following or not" - which probably works fine for most purposes, but not ALL.

    The metal frame of the body and faster/longer frame buffer on the 10D was also on the list of "pros", but not a "must have" in my choice.

    The sensor is the same in 10D and 300D, and whilst the newer 350/400/20/30 etc have BETTER sensors, the 10D has one that works fine for me.

    When it comes to the difference between professional and amateur, there's only ONE thing that REALLY makes a difference: Professionals get paid for what they do, amateurs don't. And just like a carpenter may choose to buy a more expensive circular saw because it lasts longer, cuts a little bit faster or whatever the criteria may be, I also know some that use the method of "buy the $100 model of tool, because it's undoubtedly going to be broken soon anyway, and the $600 one doesn't actually take falling from a 20ft scaffolding any better than the $100 one does". So, likewise, a professional photographer may well chose a less expensive camera because it does the job sufficently.

    --
    Mats





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  • waitingnwaiting
    12-10 08:10 AM
    Its so depressing & frustrating Not to see any movement in EB2 dates. For the past 3 months there had been no movement in the EB2 dates. Every time I open with a hope that something will happen but its the same shit each time.
    Don't know when this wait for GC will be over, friend of mine who spend equal or may be less time as me in UK had now got the PR of UK, some who went to AUS, S'Pore got PR within 1 yr and same with Canada...but this US is the only sucking place with screwed up policies which benefits only the business and govts.

    You are EB2 and should be very happy. Imagine the pain of EB3 guys.

    You will get your greencard in no time.

    If you are depressed and frustrated in EB2, what do you think EB3 is?



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  • Asian
    05-31 10:48 AM
    Yes, you're right, Berkeleybee, that no restriction on AC-21 job portability contradicts labor certification stage. But isn't it also true we can change our job to whatever we want once we get GC? Due to the false system, if we lost years waiting in line, why can't they change the rule to make up for it? I think it is a legitimate and justifiable demand.





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  • jeevarakkiannan
    07-17 06:19 PM
    I suggest we add our photos to the thank you letter. This way, the thank you letter will be more personal.

    What do you think?



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  • obviously
    12-08 10:57 AM
    - make sure that you identify yourself and your LEGAL status
    - consider using following 'talking points' to reframe the dialog
    - focus on these underlying interests to make it clear that the dialog has many facets and there is common ground with larger interests
    - be personable, nice and kind
    - good luck and all the best!!

    In support of SKIL and other relief measures for High Skilled Immigrants:

    NATIONAL & ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS - Will a capitalist country like America support the notion that a worker's 'country of origin' matters more on the job than 'meritrocracy, hard work and results'?
    HARD TO BELIEVE? Just look at US companies and universities are unable to freely deploy and redeploy high skill knowledge workers that can help them meet the organizations' economic objectives and US competiteveness interests! Knowledge work knows no national boundaries. Preserve high skill work within the US regardless of workers' country of origin and help preserve high tax and social security contribution within the US!

    CAPITALISM & FREE MARKETS - Will a democracy like America support the notion that 'indentured servitude' by highly skilled labor is acceptable in a nation of the 'brave and free' where notions of indentured servitude was outlawed in the 20th century?
    HARD TO BELIEVE? Just look at H1B's stuck in companies and jobs for years with uncertainty where they cannot freely participate in the economic development and progress of this country. They are, for all practical purposes, tied to the yoke until their Green Cards are available.

    HUMAN RIGHTS & WOMEN RIGHTS - Will a leading Human Rights supporter like America support the notion that 'women should be forced to sit at home' only because they are spouses of highly skilled labor and hence have to be 'forced to have babies because they are on a H4'?
    HARD TO BELIEVE? Just look at women of H1B workers, many with advanced education and work experience, stuck at home and at risk for social, psychological and physiological degradation and abuse only because they are trapped within the 4 walls and cannot participate freely in the land of opportunity and hard work? They are, for all practical purposes, subject to the restrictions of the Middle-Ages women/wives that were forced out of opportunity and development.

    It is EASY to get misled by hype and hyperbole when talking about immigration. For a land built by immigration, the very title cannot and should not become a lightening rod!

    Respected elected official, I urge you, beg you, beseech of you to consider the net-economic value and social value that we, the highly skilled immigrant workforce continue to bring to the USA.

    We seek neither entitlement nor social promotion
    We seek no social service
    We seek no special treatments

    We just ask that you be aware of the above pain points and bring much needed relief to legal, law-abiding, tax-paying and country-loving knowledge workers and help retain their passion, energy, jobs and taxes within the USA!

    History shows us that the nation was not built on artificial promises of protectionism. The spirit of bold vision, free adventure and hard work built this nation into its pre-eminent position. Will you, respected leader, help continue to cherish and support this hoary tradition?





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  • mkrisa
    08-11 01:23 PM
    bumping





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  • cdw06
    July 27th, 2005, 11:31 PM
    Hello all, im new to the boards and a photography hobbiest as well as doing photography for my H.S. Yearbook class as head photographer. I currently use a sony cybershot 7.2 MP camera as it is good as a pocket camera and enough settings to change for quality pictures. (Which our yearbook has had the best compared to the other schools since i have been there lol) Anyways, I am now getting more and more into photography and wanted to persue it as a side hobby but i want a diffrent camera for higher end pictures.
    Im looking for an DSLR with at least 6mp preferably by canon i think for the lenses and accessories.
    I also want something that is upgradable and longlasting for even proffesional photography. Anything no more then about 1200 would work so i can save up for it in a few months since im still a teen. I will post my favorit picture i have taken so far and have edited to see what you guys think.(may be a little blurry do to small file for dial up speed) Thank you for any advise. Cdw06





    lazycis
    02-14 04:42 PM
    What a fabulous ruling this is.

    One question for Lazycis:

    # (3) actually reads "(3) may not, without USCIS initiating notice and comment procedures, be used to delay action on Plaintiffs petitions for naturalization, particularly because Plaintiffs have already undergone a name check in order to achieve LPR status and will clear the “fingerprint check” described in the Memorandum of January 25, 2008.10 The fingerprint check will show whether an LPR who is applying for naturalization has had any contact with the criminal justice system that would warrant denial of the petition."

    As far as I can tell even (1) and (2) only apply to Naturalization applicants.

    So the question of the hour is: are (1) and (2) true for AOS cases? I am asking this question because to argue a case for compelling recapture you need an AOS version of Baylson's ruling + the Galvez-Howerton decision (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showpost.php?p=223315&postcount=121). Only then can you say that there was affirmative misconduct in 2003 and hence compel recapture.

    Great ruling. The analysis is totally applicable to AOS. Moreover, the government admitted that it was wrong in recent memo.

    "In the context of removal proceedings, ICE has determined that FBI fingerprint checks and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) checks are the required checks for purposes of the applicable regulations."

    Wait a minute, isn't immigration judge able to grant AOS in removal proceedings? It means that the DHS acknowledges that it wrongfully interpreted regulations for all these years and that name check is not required by law (at least for AOS) as we were saying all along!

    I love also this part: "in the unlikely event that FBI name checks reveal actionable information".

    As judge Baylson pointed out, "name check" is nowhere to found in laws and regs.





    vin13
    03-16 01:00 PM
    I think NSC does process cases even though they are not within the priority date. This way they can pre-adjudicate cases. By doing this they can quickly issue GC when the date moves ahead.

    During processing if they have any questions, they could issue a RFE.