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  • supers789
    06-19 09:04 PM
    I have EB2 i-140 approved with PD Dec. 05. I am planning to change the employer.. was just waiting to see if CIR gonna help.. but looks like its not. If I change job now, I will have to do labor, i140 once again!! might be able to maintain PD. .. my question is... I believe that in Octo. 06, new quota for GC will be available. What are the guesses that the PD will become current (at least for Eb2 India) in Octo 06?? Some educated guesses are highly appreciated.

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  • PDOCT05
    02-16 11:25 AM

    Don't worry...I my self got RFE(For EVL),My wife got for Birth Certificate and for my son(I-693 missing section 3)...we got it for three diff reason.Just submit what ever they requested..and good luck.


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  • txh1b
    04-15 10:51 AM
    Loooong road ahead! Good luck. Hope it gets approved as it might be tough to get a labor approved in this economy.

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  • sonu_Aug_2002
    07-13 11:39 AM
    EAD and AP are benefits due to AOS pending. They are not status by itself. Thus it is optional while filing 485. Once you file 485, you are automatically in legal status to stay in US. H4 status enables you to reentry to US. Similarly, if you loose H4 for some reason ( like in Ur case), AP will allow your spouse to reenter USA.

    Please consult an attorney.

    yaja, are you sure that she would not need an EAD? what would be her status? AOS case pending? and what would she need to show the officials as documentation for her status within the country? AOS receipt?

    You are right about the AP part. If she does not intend to travel, then she would not need an AP; however it is always prudent to keep AP handy, just in case if she needs to travel for emergency reasons. AP takes around 2 to 3 months on an average for approval.

    Just want to get this right, for my own knowledge. Please clarify


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  • saajed
    11-15 10:43 PM
    Hello Experts,

    I am on H1 and have my labor approved. My spouse is on F1 and we are filing I-140. Would there be a problem?

    Because of Retrogression for India we cannot file for I-485 yet.

    Please advise

    S A

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  • gbof
    09-01 04:11 PM
    Congrats to you....I am still waiting.

    Can some smart one start POLL for sept approvals with PD month/yr and TSC/NSC ?


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  • Libra
    09-15 10:19 PM
    Jamie, u da man.......many dont even care, they want everything to be done by itself. If that is the case they never have come to this country. why dont they understand?

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  • bsbawa10
    08-03 06:41 AM
    The answer is yes. you can get inifinte 3 year extensions . I am one of the examples myself.


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  • velan
    06-22 01:56 PM
    Well said. Be positive and work with IV core team to get something done.

    Just an assessment on where we are collectively as a group:

    312 new members in June 2006
    1100 new members in May 2006
    1400 new members in April 2006
    1000 new members in March 2006
    400 new members in February 2006
    600 new members in January 2006

    4812 in total membership.

    Each one of us should personally get involved in engaging legal immigrants who are affected by the retrogression problem. It is hard to imagine that there are 6-figure number of people in retrogression but there are less than 5-figure number (4812) of people participating in this voluntary effort undertaken by IV.

    Please talk to people around you and make them aware of the situation. Creating an account in IV and clicking a button to send web faxes is the least these people can do for their own benefit.

    I'm sure that IV core will also become stronger and can gain more leverage during negotiations/lobbying with the appropriate authorities.

    On a side note, please have some faith in the strategic decisons made by IV core. I understand that a lot of people here are desperate to see some progress but I personally feel that IV core is on a great strategic path to acheive our goals. In the mean time, if each of us can do our part by recruiting 10 people to join IV by the end of July. We will be stronger and more effective.

    Just imagine if our membership is close to 50000 by the end of July, we can take a rally just like the Irish lobby group. Ours will be much legitimate because we are not rallying for illegal immigrants, unlike them. So divert your time resources in the next month in achieving this goal and leave the strategic decision making to IV Core and QGA.

    Peace out!

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  • coolpal
    02-03 03:54 PM
    I really hate to feed the troll...
    But guys, please think before you post. Feeding trolls is a waste of time, fame and everything.

    Mr./Ms. fairyangel, if you are really who you are claiming to be, then you are on the wrong forum. Your status is considered illegal, and people here don't support it.

    pal :)


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  • kevinkris
    10-10 05:23 PM
    Beware of contractual agreements between your company and the end client. Normally they will have contrac that you will no join the vendor or client directly after the contract is terminated. You will be in legal problems. This is nothing to do with your GC.

    I recommend, since you go GC find a job else where once you are fired by your company.

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  • TimeSaver
    07-13 06:10 PM
    Seems like it could be new August visa bulletin. With some cutoffs. but applications sent already will not be rejected. They won't be worked upon but wont be rejected.


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  • GCHope2011
    09-17 11:19 AM
    Talked to a lawyer, essentially everyone is right.

    On paper, I am not illegal as long as the 485 is pending, but in theory, I am illegal as long as 140 is denied.

    The clock for illegal stay starts when 140 is denied.

    This is a gray area and there is no USCIS rule for what to do in this case. So to be safe, I need to get out and come back as H4 again.

    gotgc, how did you do InfoPass? I went though the infopass system and there is no option for me to verify whether my 485 is indeed legitimately active (based on the NIW 140) or not.
    Thanks for taking time to provide a closure to this topic for everyone's benefit.

    And wish you the very best for your next steps.

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  • illinois_alum
    07-13 08:43 PM
    Why does everyone think it can only be something that the USCIS has the power/authority to act on by themselves. It's been almost two weeks since this fiasco started and they may have been meeting with the right people to put something together.
    Because in the 2 weeks since - there has been no bill introduced in either the House or Senate. Moreover, the bill would have to be "debated" and then passed in both houses and then signed by Bush. After Bush signs it, it would come into effect after a certain time period.


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  • Dhundhun
    06-08 01:36 PM
    Thank you for your earlier help. I have one more question. My I485 with approved I140 EB2 catagory PD June 2006 is pending and God knows for how many days. My job as Mechanical Engineer is stable and employer is willing to help me. I have a PhD in Engineering with about 30 years experience in industry and teaching. However, because of industry work I do not have many publications. I am a Fellow of IEI and a recognised PhD guide in Indian University, can get good recommendations too. Can I try for EB1 in some catagory?
    Thanks again

    This site gives broad description of EB1 and its classification:

    This is speciality area for lawyers: Can they put in EB-1(b) catagory, which is dependant on research/publication or EB-1(c) if on very senior management?

    I think enough publications are required for EB-1(b), my couple of my friends with PhD could not get enough evidence to be placed in EB-1(b).

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  • ganguteli
    04-08 12:12 PM
    This question put me to shame. We are trying to become US citizens and we do not even know Havaii is a US state.


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  • jhokimi
    02-02 01:37 PM
    I filed for labor cert in april 28, 2004 and I now have all approved including I-140. My I-485 receipt date is July 3, 2007 in Nebraska. Does teh July 19 date USCIS is showing mean I will get my green card soon. What should I expect moving forward and what type of timeline?

    Thanks guys for all your help.

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  • black_logs
    05-02 12:25 PM


    Asians are becoming more vocal in the debate

    Wendy Koch

    875 words

    2 May 2006

    USA Today




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    In New York City's Chinatown, Asian immigrants held hands and formed a "human chain" at 12:16 p.m. Monday to highlight the day, Dec. 16, when the House of Representatives voted for a bill that would make illegal immigrants felons.

    In Philadelphia, Korean activists held a forum on immigration. In Los Angeles, they encouraged employers to let workers take the day off to join a march down Wilshire Boulevard.

    Latinos have been the face of recent immigration rallies, but Asians and Asian-Americans are increasingly joining the protests or taking their own approach. They are speaking out on issues such as reducing the wait times for visas for family members or green cards for skilled workers.

    "This is a turning point for them. More Asians are joining into this larger civil rights movement," says Pueng Vongs, an editor at New America Media, a consortium of ethnic news media.

    "Our community has been fairly slow to mobilize, but we are definitely working together now," says Daniel Huang, policy advocate for the Asian Pacific American Legal Center. He says Spanish radio stations helped Latinos organize quickly for rallies, but varying languages mean it's harder to reach Asians that way.

    People of Asian ancestry were 13% of the 11.1 million undocumented population in a 2005 Census survey, says Jeffrey Passel, senior research associate at the Pew Hispanic Center. Four countries -- China, India, the Philippines and South Korea -- accounted for most of them.

    Korean-Americans have been among the most vocal Asians in the immigration debate, Huang says.

    "We have a particularly large undocumented population," says Eun Sook Lee, director of the National Korean-American Service and Education Consortium. She says 18% of the Korean population in the USA is undocumented.

    Vongs says Korean-American businesspeople, who hire substantial numbers of Latinos, are concerned about penalties they could face as employers.

    The Korean Apparel Manufacturers Association in Los Angeles sent a memo to its 1,000 members urging them to allow workers to take Monday off.

    "We don't want this to be a racial issue," says Mike Lee, the group's president, noting that many of the employers are Korean- American but the workers are Latino. Lee, a former U.S. Army officer who owns an apparel factory, joined a march Monday, as did all his Latino workers. Only a handful of his Asian workers took the day off.

    The Chinese community has been less active until recent weeks, Huang says, noting their large turnout at rallies April 10.

    "Chinese are sort of a quiet, conservative community," says Cat Chao, host of the radio call-in show Rush Hour on Chinese-language station KAZN in Los Angeles. She says that when Latinos organized the initial protests, many of her callers admired their activism. Now, she says, many say the activists have gone too far and call Monday's boycott too "aggressive."

    Aman Kapoor, a software programmer from India at Florida State University, didn't join the boycott. His venue: the Web. Four months ago, he posted a message about his years-long, ongoing wait for a green card, which documents an immigrant's permanent legal residence in the USA. He says 3,400 workers like him, who have H-1B visas to take "highly skilled" jobs employers couldn't otherwise fill, formed Immigration Voice. Most come from India or China.

    "We don't know the system here," Kapoor says, explaining why the group hired the lobbying firm Quinn Gillespie & Associates. The firm is helping the group urge senators to expedite the green-card process and change rules so some applicants enduring a long wait could change jobs.

    More than other immigrants, Asians tend to be well-educated, professionally employed and in the USA legally, Passel says. About 10% of the Asian and Pacific-Islander population in the USA is undocumented, compared with 19% of the Latino population, he says.

    The difference in legal status helps explain why the Asian community is less concerned than Latinos about legalization, says Karin Wang, an attorney for the Asian Pacific American Legal Center.

    In a March poll of 800 legal immigrants by New America Media, 39% of Asian-Americans favored deporting all illegal immigrants; 9% of Latinos supported the idea. Forty-seven percent of Asian-Americans favored erecting a wall along sections of the U.S.-Mexican border; 7% of Latinos did.

    Vongs says Asian immigrants are more concerned about human trafficking, the smuggling of people into the country for forced labor, sexual exploitation or other illicit purposes. "The highest number of people trafficked are Asian," she says. "It's primarily for the sex trade."

    Civil liberties is another issue, Huang says. He says the House bill would make some misdemeanors, including drunken driving, a reason to deport someone. That could leave some people in U.S. prisons indefinitely because some Asian countries -- Vietnam, Laos and China -- permit few deportees to return.

    Reuniting families is another concern of Asian-Americans. Huang says children or spouses of U.S. citizens wait one to two years for a visa to the USA, but parents, siblings and other relatives wait five to 12 years.

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  • Suva
    04-30 12:22 PM

    I was wondering if they have restarted premium processing for I-140 yet?

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