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  • pappu
    04-30 11:32 AM
    Please be careful what you post on the forums.
    Immigrationvoice strongly opposes anything that violates the laws of the country. I deleted one of the posts on this thread. Our forums are visited by all kinds of people. We even had lawmaker offices and reporters viewing our website. Senior members are requested to be vigilant and report any post that harms the interest of the organization and community. Senior members should also immediately respond to any such posts so that the discussion is not continued further. Thanks.





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  • Ivyleaf
    10-20 04:10 PM
    right on i got a vote!

    btw, GJ phat. no shame in being beaten by an chick. (at least if shes nekkid) :P





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  • nk2
    06-06 10:53 AM
    If you are at office and can not call from your desk do the following

    Please call in suppoirt of Cantwell Amendment

    1. Print the phone numbers
    2. Print the talking points
    3. Take your cell phone and call from your Car in the parking lot

    Make as many calls as you can squeeze in. No number is too small or too large

    This is the do or die time for all of us.





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  • Eternal_Hope
    02-08 08:48 PM
    There are two aspects of free trade - free flow of capital and labor.

    Globalization has made the flow of capital between countries easy. The next thing that we will start observing is the reverse flow of labor to where the work is. In this respect we have already observed two things:
    1. Labor flow to where the work is (from developing countries to developed countries)
    2. Work transfer to where the labor is (outsourcing)

    Soon, we will start seeing the third aspect of labor flow - labor going from developed countries to developing countries, as the work will be there. This appears quite possible in the IT industry. In other industries it may take longer.

    Once there is wage parity between countries, for a particular kind of work, labor flows will become minimal.

    Restrictive legislation (like those that lead to delaying the issue of green cards, not renewing H1B etc.) will act to accelerate both job loss and skilled personnel moving out to developing countries.



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  • devikas81
    07-05 09:58 AM
    I am on the similar situation. can i have your email add..

    Thanks,





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  • ajaysri
    08-07 02:21 PM
    I applied for EAD renewal at NSC on 07/03/08 and today 08/06/2008, the status shows card production ordered. I applied for my wife along with me and her status shows still received.

    Does the dependent (spouse) EAD in general get approved a few days after the primary applicants EAD is approved? I am not really using the EAD, its my wife who is using it, and thats the concern.

    -AjaySri



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  • immi_enthu
    08-06 11:17 AM
    12 calendar days. My I 140 was originally applied on 01/08/2007 upgraded to premium on 06/26/2007 there was a RFE ability to pay , reponse for RFE received on 07/26/2007. we called 18663155718 today, the IO officer said my case is approved today. online status still says it's pending.





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  • needhelp!
    02-09 10:34 PM
    my 5 year old had started one last week.. and we will be sending it out too!



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  • sjhugoose
    February 20th, 2004, 07:39 AM
    Steven,

    Referb 1Ds at $5200 your credit card finger getting itchy?

    :D





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  • dixie
    11-07 02:09 PM
    If you have maintained status all along, you have nothing to fear.Since you have an approved H1, you are free to stop taking classes now. However, when you go for visa stamping be prepared with all the documents to show that you have maintained status. You will surely have a few tough questions to answer so be prepared to convince the visa officer of your continued legal status.Also, avoid going to a consulate in a third country like Mexico or Canada. In my opinion, for non-standard cases like yours its safer to get it done in your home country.


    My H1 is approved on Oct 23, 2006. I was on F1. Before my OPT grace period expired on July 20, 2006, I enrolled in a school with new I-20 on July 5th, 2006. I have been taking one class every month for last three months to maintain full time status. If I stop taking classes now, would it be a some kind of problem when I go for visa stamping?



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  • sledge_hammer
    05-21 04:55 PM
    Thanks kalinga_sena, StuckInTheMuck, and nashim!





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  • stuckinretro
    03-30 10:03 AM
    I'm not an attorney, but based on your description it appears like you do not have the EB2 job offer currently open. Typically, If the company gets acquired by another firm, the 140 needs to be amended and more over you are not working for that employer anymore.

    I think you should first find out if EB2 job still exists if so, you can send a letter to interfile(transfer) your pending 485 to the new 140. You may need to submit I-140 approval notices and 485 receipt notice along with an employment letter to substantiate your claim.



    I got the RFE notification in the mail yesterday and here is the RFE info:

    The Service acknowledges that you filed your I-485 Employment Based Application (Receipt #) based on your approved 3rd preference I-140 (Receipt #). Service records indicate that you also have an approved 2nd preference I-140 (Receipt #) with a priority date that affords you an available visa. If you wish to transfer this I-485 to your newly approved Form I-140 a request for conversion must be made in writing. If no response is received, USCIS will continue adjudication on the instant I-485 based on your 3rd preference I-140 and will wait for visa availability based on that preference classification".


    I had another approved I-140 in EB2 from the client where I worked as a contractor. That company got acquired by another and am not sure if they still support me in the process.


    1) Did anyone receive such RFE?
    2) Should I send USCIS a letter by requesting them to trasfer my I-485 to EB2?

    3) USCIS had issued this RFE on 03/03/10 with 04/03/10 deadline but I had received it yesterday(3/27/10). I have only 1 week to respond back.
    Is there a way to buy some more time if i cant respond back in 3-4 business days?


    Please advice. I really appreciate your help!

    Thanks in advance.



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  • walking_dude
    07-26 08:56 AM
    I faced a similar situation during my first L1B extension. My L1 extension was filed, but not approved while my L1 visa expired. Per my (then) attorneys advice - it isn't an issue if the application to extend has been applied for. You can be out of status for upto 180 days in such situations. Only issue is if the extension is rejected during this period.

    In the future, the receipt for having filed for extension before Visa expiry and/or Received Date on I-797 Notice of Action (approval) can be used as proof. Of course, travelling out of the country and back on a new visa removes the stigma of having been "out of status"

    RFE is okay, but rejection is NOT! Do answer it (RFE) in time. Rejection can put you in trouble. Also if the period extends beyond 180 days due to RFE you will be in trouble ( I really doubt it happening but you never know)





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  • boldm28
    05-19 11:35 AM
    According to murthy, several of these cases were tied to companies that are under fraud investigations

    MurthyDotCom : Newark Airport - Analysis & Potential Options for H1Bs Entering U.S. (http://www.murthy.com/news/n_newark.html)

    this company is def not under fraud investigations .. this company has operations in asiapac/ europe/Canada .. and is among the top level companies like info and hcl ..

    believe me those ICE officers would grind u down in a minute .. put yourself in the victims shoes .. and i am sure they(CBP) said ok you dont want to sign this document .. lets take you guys to the holding cell and u can wait for your turn ( whenever that comes) in front of the judge .. that can take 90 days .. nobody wants to go that route



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  • alterego
    10-20 01:07 PM
    If they were honest, they would publish processing dates by country of chargability, since it is apparent to me that they are giving preference to EB2 ROW cases.





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  • rameshk
    03-03 04:32 PM
    Who is the laywer? can share his contact information with us please?

    Thanks,

    Hi,

    I've been an infrequent visitor to this site in the past, but it has helped me substantially especially when I've been frustrated with the GC situation - I feel the need to share this, hoping that it might help others. I'm posting in this forum because this is the place people tend to ask questions of lawyers. I'll try to keep this simple so that its easy to understand.

    Me: EB2 PD March 2005 for first job. I-140 approved 2006. Promoted to different tile in 2007 Jan, second EB2 filed in March 2007.
    Wife: EB2 PD Feb 2007.

    During the 'fiasco' of 2007, because I did not have an approved PERM for my new job title, we filed for 485's and 140s through my wife with me as the dependent (Having an AP is worth it when traveling overseas, especially if you anticipate traveling for emergencies and don't have the luxury of checking in for an appointment with the consulate to get a visa renewal - also removes the stress of another interview). Neither of us applied for EADs because we were more secure on the H1 visas - your status is immediately screwed if you switch to EAD and your 485 is denied.

    In 2008, I received an RFE on my 2nd PERM application (which was addressed by my company - I have no clue what it was about). In 2009, I received an RFE on my 485 application through my wife, we replied to it through a very good lawyer.

    Last year, my original LC PD became current! However, our 485s were tied to my wife's application. After speaking to many lawyers, we understood that there were the following options:-

    1. Withdraw the earlier 485s, file completely new ones based on my PD (supposedly the safest from GC point of view, because it leaves no room for confusion. Downside is processing time, app getting lost, losing AP/EAD from earlier 485 etc)
    2. File another completely new set of parallel 485s, and leave it to UCSIS to figure out that they needed to pick one with the earlier PD (overkill and confusing as well. UCSIS now deals with 4 485 applications, and chances that they will get confused magnify. High processing time as well)
    3. Send a letter requesting that the 485 applications be reviewed based on my PD as opposed to my wife's. (Upside is that its potentially the fastest, is approved by the UCSIS, and you can track it by calling up. Downside is that they may simply don't respond because its not really a legal document that's being sent. Then you get stuck just running for Infopass, SR, Congressman etc)

    I have to say that choosing the right lawyer to handle your case is possibly the most important thing you can do. What some of us don't know is that while the earlier stages of the GC process are applications made by the company, the 485 application is an individual application, and you are legally allowed to do so through any lawyer you wish to. In our case, we chose the law firm we trusted, even though it was more expensive. They recommended option 3, and we went with it. That was 4 months ago.

    On Saturday (2/25) we received email saying that the card were in processing. This afternoon we got our cards in the mail - a nice surprise.

    Moral of the story:-

    1. Do your homework, get multiple opinions - no one will care about your GC app like you do.
    2. When you move and update the AR-11, make sure you update the address for pending cases as well - this will ensure they mail your GC to the correct place.
    3. Don't do anything illegal :)
    4. Hire the best lawyer you can if your case is not straightforward. Our lawyer was always willing to talk to us at a few hours notice, was very prompt, and was proactive in checking up on UCSIS updates, bulletins etc.

    Best wishes.



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  • calgirl
    08-06 04:42 PM
    As long as you were married before your 485 got approved, she is fine.
    Follow to join will help her get her GC.

    Congrats btw! Was your NC cleared?

    Friends, I Received the magic email today!

    Yes - I cant believe my eyes, my I-485 has been approved today and card production ordered.

    I do have a question: I could not file for my wife's i-485 in July/2007. So, we filed for my wife's application on Aug/01/2008 (Did a overnight express mail on July-31st) as my PD is current as of Aug-1st. So far her application check has not been deposited.

    What will happen now? Is she out of status? I am getting really concerned. Gurus help me out?

    Thanks in advance.

    A green dot guaranteed for the response :)

    Some details:
    I-485 Receipt Date: July/2/2007
    I-140 Approval Date: July/3/2006
    PD: 02/02/2006





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  • lazycis
    06-06 01:02 PM
    I had 1 year contract for employment and I was not paid regularly. Also they were deducting money for health insurance which I didnot receive.

    So I left company and they didnot pay me money. I had one year contract or 10000 USD fine.

    iI donot work for them since 2005. I have time sheet signed by client and email from vendor to confirm that they paid my money to employer.

    Can i go to labor and complain ? Will they ask me to pay back 10k ?

    Read this case
    http://bibdaily.com/pdfs/Pegasus%203-31-08.pdf

    You certainly can recover your salary. They cannot ask you to give back 10G because such clause is unlawful and is null.





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  • centaur
    02-23 09:52 AM
    It's not easy to get a J-1 waiver, but with recent changes in the rule, by the time you finish your residency it will be easier. Its easy to get waiver in family practice or psychiatry. Its harder for Internal Medicine/pediatrics/Surgery and fellowships (except Geriatrics)

    1) You can get a J-1 visa, but your husbands 140 has nothing to do with this. However, on the positive side, if by the time you complete your residency and donot have a J-1 waiver job and your husband is still maintaining his H-1B or has a GC, you can stay in the US and look for job, but not work. So it gives you more time to find waiver job.

    From personal experience, it would be better to go home for two years, while your husband stays here and then you come back as GC and start your practice. But thats for later.

    2) You cannot file 485 for your self till waiver is done if you take J-1. If you can wait for a couple of years for the GC (likely soon after retrogression is resolved) and then start residency, then you probably could just start on GC. But its a hard decision, as you dont know if you will get residency after this time or retrogression will resolve soon.

    Its frustrating I understand.

    Good luck

    My husband is working on H-1 B and his I -140 is approved and I am on H-4 visa. I am trying to get in US medical residency and most likely I will get J-1 visa

    I have following questions -

    1) Do I qualify for non-immigrant, J-1 visa considering my husband's I-140 approval? Would his I-140 approval not have my name associated to it ?

    2) Once I accept J-1 visa, would I be able to file I-485 when my husband's PD will be current?

    3) If I decide to quit residency after few months/year to file, would I be able to convert my J-1 visa to H-4 visa again?

    4) After converting H-4 visa would I be able to file I-485 once my husband's date is current?

    5) How difficult or easy is to get J-1 wavier

    Thanks in advance for your replied





    JazzByTheBay
    09-07 03:36 PM
    Here are 5 of the more frequently asked questions, and answers to those by ImmigrationVoice. Note, these also appear on immigration attorney Sheela Murthy's web site (http://www.murthy.com/bulletin.html).

    Question 1. What is First Amendment? Does it apply to me? I'm on H-1 / H-4 / EAD / and have applied for I-485, etc.
    Constitutional rights of an individual are applicable to everyone, including foreign nationals.

    Question 2. Will I get arrested and/or deported for participating in the rally?
    No, participating in rally with proper permits from city police and other authorities is legal. You cannot be arrested or deported for simply participating in the rally.

    Question 3. Will participation in the rally negatively impact my current non-immigrant status or future green card application?
    No, exercising your civil rights does not impact your non-immigrant status or future green card application. There are certain procedures and processes for rejecting or denying petitions and applications, it is not done on whims and moods of agencies or USCIS employees. There is a process driven by federal regulations and rejections and denials are backed up by reasons described in federal regulations and the laws. Participating in rallies, meeting with your lawmakers, exercising your civic duties, and enjoying your civil rights granted by the Constitution are not grounds for denial or rejection of petitions and applications or any other adverse action on immigration petition or application.

    Question 4. Can my employer take action against me for participating in the rally? Do we have any obligation to inform my employer if I participate by taking a day off?
    No, an employer cannot simply take action against you for having exercised your Constitutional right granted by the first amendment. Whether you inform your employer about your plans for your vacation or day off is up to you and your relationship with your employer. Usually employers do not care what their employee do with their time off from work, as long as those activities are legal.

    Question 5. What kind of identification do I need to carry? Will my driver's license be enough?
    Yes. Your driver's license or a state-issued identification card is enough for ID purposes.





    REQUIRE_GC
    02-15 12:04 PM
    My I140 is pending since MAR 07 (waiting for almost a year)from NSC...still no LUD or decision...its very frustrating:confused:

    See my signature