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  • Rinsha
    02-26 07:31 PM
    Came across this article:

    Title: U.S. Immigration Reform Bill Could Pass by July

    http://www2.csoonline.com/blog_view.html?CID=29025
    Can someone please explain, even just in broad strokes, how the Immigration Reform (if passed) would affect someone in EB3 - ROW?

    Thanks




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  • visves
    06-18 02:37 PM
    With the new fee structure, you would not have to pay USCIS every year to renew your interim benefits (EAD/AP). This would be most helpful if you are from a retrogressed country and don't expect adjudication any time soon. But, I am not sure what disadvantage you would have if you wait and file on July 30 instead of July 1...obviously there would be a ton of people before you. Personally, I am not sure how everything would play out and if the benefits outweigh the risks.


    Since many are about to file their I 485 petitions, there was some talk about some advantages to filing this petition when the new fee structure goes into effect end of July.

    One might be able to wait till mid July to see the August bulletin come out, if PD still current then could file in August with the new fee structure.

    Question I had was -
    What are the advantages if any to filing when the new fee structure is in place?
    or should one file the earliest date one can, say 1st week of July?

    I would appreciate if someone could shed some light on this. Thanks!




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    12-12 09:26 PM
    thanks ram for your message. where did you cut and paste? see if you have any soft LUD?




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  • gsc999
    07-11 05:35 PM
    Alabaman,

    Legal is referring to me as the stuck moderator who may not like your making fun of a Representative on this forum.

    Legal wants the rest of us to pay for his freedom of expression - and no value add - on this public forum.

    Enough said from me on this issue.

    Stucklabor,

    Your time and effort is much appreciated.

    Thanks for removing trash talk from this forum.

    Om Shanti, Shanti, Shantih



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  • mmanurker
    10-06 04:32 PM
    We(My wife and I) recently (July 2009) got our FPs done. immediately after that our cases got transferred from TSC to VSC.

    PD: Feb 14, 2005.

    I thought VSC is not processing any I-485 applications. Is anyone else in the same status ?

    Also, I have to apply for EAD and AP.. Do I apply in TSC or VSC ?:confused:

    Please help! :(

    yes, this happened with me as well...In last 10 days I have regular updates on my 485

    Initially filed at TSC--->Transferred to VSC then back to TSC and then again to Nebraska and today they transferred to a USCIS office(i guess it means to a local office, Now I am guessing they might ask me to appear in-person at their local office.)..very strange. as u can see I am in EB3 and my 140 is also not approved...




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  • gondalguru
    06-20 12:09 AM
    All I can say is for J1 physician is different then regular J1 visa. If you are J1 physician you have to serve 3 years in an underserved area on H1b visa and then and then you can get your GC. If you file NIW for physician you can apply for I-140 and I-485 but you will get GC after 5 yrs of service in an underserved area.



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  • akkakarla
    09-01 04:12 PM
    Did anyone get their GC Approvals from USCIS Local Offices which are pending after the interview is complete? If anyone is waiting for local office cases what is the process they are following and how is the approval process?

    I am waiting for my approval of my EB2 India with PD Nov 2004. it is pending in San Jose Local office

    I guess applications pending at local office are unlucky guys :-(

    Anil




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  • DareYouFireMe
    02-11 08:12 PM
    I think you should reach out to the new employer, involve his legal team. EMPLOYER DO NOT LET EMPLOYEES OUT OF STATUS. Not good for them either. you still have time. Also, obtain I-140 /LC docs from past employer. if he is not willing to share then reach out to the freedom of information website. Even though your employer has withdrawn application, as per my lawyer you can use your PD.



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  • chantu
    06-03 03:27 PM
    I did change of address online...I also provided receipt numbers of 485 and EAD (renewal)...I think i don't have to do for approved cases like (I-140, I-131 and previous I-765 )...Am i right? I also did for my wife..

    You are right. Only for "Pending" applications.




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  • dvb123
    02-28 07:02 PM
    US grants home schooling German family political asylum | World news | The Guardian (http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/jan/27/german-home-schooling-family-asylum)

    USCIS goes by the book not by the how dumb the rule is.



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  • sands_14
    04-04 02:01 PM
    I e-filed,got my EAD in 2 months,AP in 5 months
    My wife efiled,got EAD and AP in 5 months.

    We went for FP for sure!


    So it can be a long process even when you efile.
    All you need is luck:)




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  • PD_Dec2002
    05-22 10:38 AM
    OK, my bad for getting the name of the lobbying firm wrong. The moderator is free to change the name of the thread.

    Anyway, now that I know that the name is Patton Boggs, doesn't anyone (out of curiosity) want to get their point of view? What does PB have to say about the fact that none of the provisions for legal immigrants went into the CIR? What's their take on the chances that favorable amendments for legal immigrants will make it?

    Of course there are no guarantees in life. No one's going to say IV didn't try hard enough even if the CIR in the current form passes. Likewise, I am not saying PB hasn't done much or did not deliver. My questions do not reflect IV's choice to go with PB.

    As I said, it just would be interesting to know ... ...

    But if no one else finds it interesting, ignore this thread. Don't reply to it.

    Thanks,
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  • gandalf1234
    02-10 04:27 PM
    Thanks a lot guys .... Now I am waiting for actual card and welcome notice . I hope to get it in 10 days .

    Good luck to you all .

    its being long journey for me and got totally frustrated after getting rfe on 140 but i guess god is kind to me .

    Thanks,
    gandalf




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  • sameer2730
    01-25 06:45 PM
    He is neither new nor inexperienced. He is one of the new gang which post pointless yet barely believable posts here. The purpose is to confuse, raise hopes and aggravate. Try to avoid responding to such posts. One good criteria is posts by people with just 2-5 posts and a few greens already.



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  • reachinus
    07-14 01:44 PM
    Can you please tell us from where you got those LIN # from -source please
    uscis web site




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    07-11 01:03 AM
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  • Redeye
    04-10 10:58 AM
    But look at this from Prashanthi Reddy.

    http://www.reddyesq.com/GC.html#37

    I am presently on H1-B and filed I-140 and I-485 under Exceptional Ability & National Interest Waiver category, I got EAD (I-765) approval also;, can I do any part time job by using EAD as well as maintaining my H1-B status?
    Yes you can, as long as you continue to work for the employer that has sponsored you for the Green Card.


    I want to solid answer if possible no gray area type answers. I am done with gray areas. After 6 years of wait last thing I want is gray area :) that is reason why I posted.




    tampacoolie
    08-04 09:04 PM
    I got a bunch that has photocopies from my lawyer of everything that went out to USCIS. 485, EAD, AP for myself and my wife.

    Everything is ok, except that there is an extra copy of G 28 each for myself and my wife and these extra copies are not signed by attorneys.

    In the middle of the package, right above the 485 forms, there are G28 forms that are properly signed. Everywhere else there is signatures where needed. But at the bottom of the bunch, there is extra G28 for each one of us that is missing signature from the attorney.

    Could this be a problem? Also, where is the URL for USCIS FAQ that states under what conditions that petitions can boomerang back to us?.

    Extra missing signature shouldn't be an issue. Only if we miss G28 for one of those forms then we are in trouble.




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    03-22 12:20 PM
    AILA Leadership Has Just Posted the Following:






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    "We pushed back on the undue influence of special interests," President Obama said. "We didn't give in to mistrust or to cynicism or to fear. Instead, we proved that we are still a people capable of doing big things."

    The President was talking about the historic healthcare overhaul that passed the House 219-212 last night and is now headed to his desk for signature. Let's hope his statement foreshadows what he will say about immigration reform in the months to come. The healthcare battle demonstrated the fight for immigration reform will be tough. But we knew that. Now, at least, we know that an immigration overhaul is possible.

    It was symbolic that Sunday's immigration reform rally in Washington, which according to reports was tens of thousands strong, was overshadowed by the drama that played out in the Congress over the healthcare bill. Since the Administration took office in 2009, immigration reform has played second fiddle to the overhaul of the healthcare system. But now that healthcare reform has become a reality, it is time for the Administration and Congress to get to the hard work of overhauling our badly broken immigration system.

    The dysfunctional immigration system is a cancer that whittles away at the very fabric of our cherished democratic values every day it continues to fester. Each time an outstanding scientist, innovative business investor, or creative professional is turned away from our country because of inadequate visa numbers or restrictionist agency enforcement America's competitive edge is further weakened. Our nation's ability to compete in a global economy demands transnational employment. Each immigrant that is locked up due to draconian mandatory detention laws, without so much as the right to see a judge, demonstrates that the rights of all Americans are threatened by bad immigration laws. Each undocumented child who is denied a higher education or a chance to serve our country is evidence that the broken immigration system has transformed the American Dream into a nightmare for some of America's most promising children.

    Senators Graham and Schumer began to put pen to paper last week by laying out a four pillared framework for immigration reform: ending illegal employment through biometric Social Security cards, enhancing border and interior enforcement, managing the flow of future immigration to correspond to economic realities, and creating a tough but fair path toward legalization for the 11 million people currently in the U.S. without authorization. While I have serious questions about a couple of the proposals�the biometric Social Security card raises important privacy concerns for example�I am encouraged that with the passage of healthcare reform immigration will now move to the front burner. Hopefully, Senators Graham and Schumer (and President Obama) took a few minutes Sunday morning to read Tom Friedman's excellent piece in the New York Times about a dinner he attended last week for the finalists of the 2010 Intel Science Talent Search, which, through a national contest, identifies and honors the top math and science high school students in America. http://nyti.ms/aCHxIj. As Friedman writes, most finalists were from immigrant families:


    Indeed, if you need any more convincing about the virtues of immigration, just come to the Intel science finals. I am a pro-immigration fanatic. I think keeping a constant flow of legal immigrants into our country � whether they wear blue collars or lab coats � is the key to keeping us ahead of China. Because when you mix all of these energetic, high-aspiring people with a democratic system and free markets, magic happens. If we hope to keep that magic, we need immigration reform that guarantees that we will always attract and retain, in an orderly fashion, the world's first-round aspirational and intellectual draft choices.


    This isn't complicated. In today's wired world, the most important economic competition is no longer between countries or companies. The most important economic competition is actually between you and your own imagination. Because what your kids imagine, they can now act on farther, faster, cheaper than ever before � as individuals. Today, just about everything is becoming a commodity, except imagination, except the ability to spark new ideas.


    If I just have the spark of an idea now, I can get a designer in Taiwan to design it. I can get a factory in China to produce a prototype. I can get a factory in Vietnam to mass manufacture it. I can use Amazon.com to handle fulfillment. I can use freelancer.com to find someone to do my logo and manage by backroom. And I can do all this at incredibly low prices. The one thing that is not a commodity and never will be is that spark of an idea. And this Intel dinner was all about our best sparklers.


    Before the dinner started, each contestant stood by a storyboard explaining their specific project. Namrata Anand, a 17-year-old from the Harker School in California, patiently explained to me her research, which used spectral analysis and other data to expose information about the chemical enrichment history of "Andromeda Galaxy." I did not understand a word she said, but I sure caught the gleam in her eye.


    My favorite chat, though, was with Amanda Alonzo, a 30-year-old biology teacher at Lynbrook High School in San Jose, Calif. She had taught two of the finalists. When I asked her the secret, she said it was the resources provided by her school, extremely "supportive parents" and a grant from Intel that let her spend part of each day inspiring and preparing students to enter this contest. Then she told me this: Local San Jose realtors are running ads in newspapers in China and India telling potential immigrants to "buy a home" in her Lynbrook school district because it produced "two Intel science winners."


    Seriously, ESPN or MTV should broadcast the Intel finals live. All of the 40 finalist are introduced, with little stories about their lives and aspirations. Then the winners of the nine best projects are announced. And finally, with great drama, the overall winner of the $100,000 award for the best project of the 40 is identified. This year it was Erika Alden DeBenedictis of New Mexico for developing a software navigation system that would enable spacecraft to more efficiently "travel through the solar system." After her name was called, she was swarmed by her fellow competitor-geeks.


    Gotta say, it was the most inspiring evening I've had in D.C. in 20 years. It left me thinking, "If we can just get a few things right � immigration, education standards, bandwidth, fiscal policy � maybe we'll be O.K." It left me feeling that maybe Alice Wei Zhao of North High School in Sheboygan, Wis., chosen by her fellow finalists to be their spokeswoman, was right when she told the audience: "Don't sweat about the problems our generation will have to deal with. Believe me, our future is in good hands."


    As long as we don't shut our doors.
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