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  • Sakthisagar
    11-08 03:14 PM
    hello,

    I am trying to book an appointment for h1b visa stamping at the Chennai Us consulate for Nov 29th but I see no dates available for Nov 2010 for Chennai.

    Ony calcutta dates are available.

    Can I book an emergency appointment in this situation?

    I have been on h1 for the past 3 years.First came to US in 2004.Visa expired in 2006.

    Extended h1b here in USA..Now going to India for the first time after visa expiry.

    Also, for the stamping, should i carry all old LCA's or just the latest one?

    Thanks,
    arthi

    Lot of people in IV and also some of my friends expereince now in stamping Visa are totally different ones, So you are ok if you are having the H1 of the company you are working for if you are doing a consulting job. Be prepared to answer some of the queries consulate can ask like.

    Details of all employees working for your company, their payment methods.

    Company tax filing etc.. un-necessary questions.

    do not want to scare you, Please take all the documents which is possible to carry!

    Best of Luck.

    May GOD Bless.




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  • GC_1000Watt
    07-28 05:42 PM
    So, I was talking to one of the attorneys and he mentioned that one should contest the denial within 30 days and as long as it is approved, we don't have any problem. But, if the MTR is rejected, then all the days that have been accumulated after the denial will be in illegal status.
    What is the probability of cases of MTR getting approved after the relevant documents have been published?
    For the client letter denial reason, did anybody furnish further documents?
    Appreciate your inputs

    I was in same situation last year and as suggested by a very good lawyer, instead of filing MTR, me and my company re-applied under premium processing. I got the extension with I-94 within 10 days after I re-applied.
    MTR is time cosuming and all the time you will be worried about it. Also if MTR gets denied for any reason then you are putting yourself in big trouble.

    I would suggest you to reapply with solid paperwork under premium processing. Don't forget to ask your lawyer to include a cover letter telling USCIS about the earlier denial and why they should reconsider the case based on the attached documents.

    That worked for me like a dream and hope it works for you as well.
    Good luck friend!




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  • masti_Gai
    12-20 09:29 AM
    u don't even know what a labor is and u gotten through ur 140 stage... sounds weird tho...:rolleyes:




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  • immi_2006
    01-16 12:59 PM
    There is something called as recapturing of lost Days on H1. So for example you were out of USA for some time when you were on H1 you can recapture that period. Try googling "Recapturing of H1".
    This way you will not be part of the New quota. Hope this helps



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  • Dipika
    11-25 02:05 PM
    Thanks for correcting me. i am sorry for wrong info. i'm not able to open all links in office, as firewall block forum links, so missed to read the rule.

    Here is the OFFICIAL link from US Consulate at Tijuana

    Visa Services (http://tijuana.usconsulate.gov/niv.html)


    Who Can Apply in Mexico

    TCN Applicants residing in the United States, seeking to renew their visa in any category except B1/2 (tourist/business), if the current visa was issued in the applicant's country of nationality, former residence, or in Mexico. A spouse or dependent children may apply with the principal visa holder if the principal meets the criteria above. A renewal is a case where an applicant for the same type of visa is made and does not include persons who seek to change from one visa category to another or who are seeking any other type of “change of status” even if that change has been authorized by the Department of Homeland Security.




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  • raj7480
    05-24 02:58 PM
    I think Quinn Gillespie will also opine on that and IV can take it from there.

    I have some exp doing this for my company. If you need any help...let me know.



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  • vnsriv
    03-28 01:25 PM
    hey! why it is like that?? last month, feb 15 08, the processing date was July 31, 2007 and how come now updated mar. 15 and the processing date became june 08, 2007??? WHY?? my friend got her gc already, hers date was july 19...she got her gc!!so wats up with that!!Do you think they will send mine (july 22)?im so upset!pls reply soon!

    pd's
    January 15, 2008: from April 07.. it became July 19
    February 15, 2008: from July 19... it became July 30
    March 15, 2008: from July 30... it became JUNE 08, 2007???????????

    Do you think it was just a typographical error that it must be August 08, 2007 instead of June???

    this is the link to nebraska service center
    https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/Processtimes.jsp?SeviceCenter=NSC

    I NEED YOUR COMMENT REPLIES.


    Dude you are looking at wrong link. Go to this http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/bulletin/bulletin_4177.html

    Check what is your PD. Make sure you are looking at right country/category/type. Compare your PD against what is posted here. If your PD is earlier than this date , then only start screaming. Else go in infinite wait loop.

    PS : All the best.




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  • eldrick
    08-16 02:12 PM
    Thank you guys.

    What is bothering me is that they told us the Wrong Information PLUS lawyer was just asking for filling fees(which is 745) during the time of signature but now Company is charging even for legal fees.

    I believe they want to earn extra money from us. What should we do now about this wrong info?

    You think we have no choice here but to pay?

    I'm sorry and thanks for your help.



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  • pitha
    01-15 05:43 PM
    not to be cynical but what sort of "change" is on the way with CIR, if you are "illegal" sure some good change is on the way, but if you are a legal eb immigrant not sure what is in store for us, it is not necessary to be good with points based nonsense etc.

    For sure visa recapture independent of CIR is the best possible outcome.

    Anyway lets call lofgren and ask for visa recapture. I have already called and asked, please all of you do the same. It will give her confidence that there is support for it if all of us call.


    Don't keep your expectations so low. Change is on the way ! Senate's color has changed. ;)




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  • kate123
    09-24 02:01 PM
    excellent.. if this happens!!!!

    The green side of the story is, USCIS will try to attract new applications. For this DOS need to move the dates further.
    OR
    Introduce a new process of filing 485 for administrative processing (which is in talks) even before your PD is current as per visa bulletin as soon as 140 approval.

    I see this good for people waiting to file for 485.



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  • SR2610
    04-13 04:19 PM
    apart from all above there is a risk in going to Canada or Mexico for stamping. If you dont get visa in Mexico, you need to go back to home country to get visa.
    I just entered 7th year, applied for H1 extension, not sure to go to Canada or wait for trip to Home country :(




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  • mps
    09-07 08:20 PM
    you also should note that the writer does not talk about NRE / FCNR accounts at all. The interest income from these accounts has been declared completely exempt (no matter how much) from income tax. So on one hand you have accounts which are completely exempt and on the other (NRO) you are going to tax more???

    NRE account has much lower interest rate compared to NRO like 3% vs 8%. FCNR by definition is low interest rate very close to what native country of FCNR currency offers.



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  • kaisersose
    11-15 05:34 PM
    No Sir..Management is also included in 15-1031.00 - Computer Software Engineers, Applications. Here is quote from O*Net

    "Supervise the work of programmers, technologists and technicians and other engineering and scientific personnel."

    Link: http://online.onetcenter.org/link/summary/15-1031.00

    Nope...this supervision is in the capacity of a senior engineer/technical resource. Once the word manager appears in the role it falls into the manager basket which I believe is is code 11.* It will probably never occur to the IO to consider job code 11 for a manager.

    Perhaps there are some bold risk-takers out there willing to take chances and claim to be in code 15 although they have manager profiles, but I am not one of them.




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  • Dhundhun
    06-02 12:44 AM
    good point... is the employer supposed to share the labor information with us?

    Yes. One need to know, how LCA for GC was filed for at least two things:
    -- Job Profile
    -- Salary

    Employer should let employee know it.

    The reason they employers to hide is that if known, an employee may leave easily.



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  • cmhasan
    07-07 02:44 PM
    Thank you Ms Martin, the information you provided is very helpful. I have similar situation: I am citizen now, we got married 4 years back that time I was permanent resident and my wife�s application was processing on employment based and still pending. She is on EAD now, not on H1 any more. One quick question when we file a new family based immigration we need to provide the information about the current employment based application since there is question in I-485 like:

    Have you ever applied for permanent resident status in the U.S.? If yes give date, place of filing and final disposition.

    What to answer? Surely you have to give reference to the existing application, so will it not be an issue? Will INS reject the application?




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  • gc_dream07
    03-30 10:39 PM
    Enjoy the freedom.

    Good Luck with next endeavor (citizenship I guess!!:))



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  • eb3_nepa
    01-14 03:07 PM
    Only H1 reform is likely by feb 15th.

    Ok so any news on that front as to when the H1B increase bill will be introduced? Is that bill still on target?




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  • purgan
    01-22 11:35 AM
    http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/5585.html

    The Immigrant Technologist:
    Studying Technology Transfer with China
    Q&A with: William Kerr and Michael Roberts
    Published: January 22, 2007
    Author: Michael Roberts

    Executive Summary:
    Immigrants account for almost half of Ph.D.-level scientists and engineers in the U.S., and are prime drivers of technology development. Increasingly, however, Chinese technologists and entrepreneurs are staying home to pursue opportunities. Is this a brain drain? Professor William Kerr discusses the phenomena of technology transfer and implications for U.S.-based businesses and policymakers.

    The trend of Chinese technologists and entrepreneurs staying home rather than moving to the United States is a trend that potentially offers both harm and opportunity to U.S.-based interests.

    Immigrants account for almost half of Ph.D.-level scientists and engineers in the U.S. and are strong contributors to American technology development. It is in the United States' interest to attract and retain this highly skilled group.
    U.S. multinationals are placing larger shares of their R&D into foreign countries, around 15 percent today. U.S.-based ethnic scientists within multinationals help facilitate the operation of these foreign direct investment facilities in their home countries.

    Immigrants account for almost half of Ph.D.-level scientists and engineers in the U.S., and are prime drivers of technology development. Increasingly, however, Chinese technologists and entrepreneurs are staying home to pursue opportunities. Is this a brain drain?


    Q: Describe your research and how it relates to what you observed in China.

    A: My research focuses on technology transfer through ethnic scientific and entrepreneurial networks. Traditional models of technology diffusion suggest that if you have a great idea, people who are ten feet away from you will learn about that idea first, followed by people who are 100 miles away, and so forth in concentric circles. My research on ethnic networks suggests this channel facilitates faster knowledge transfer and faster adoption of foreign technologies. For example, if the Chinese have a strong presence in the U.S. computer industry, relative to other ethnic groups, then computer technologies diffuse faster to China than elsewhere. This is true even for computer advances made by Americans, as the U.S.-based Chinese increase awareness and tacit knowledge development regarding these advances in their home country.

    Q: Is your research relevant to other countries as well?

    China is at a tipping point for entrepreneurship on an international scale.A: Yes, I have extended my empirical work to include over thirty industries and nine ethnicities, including Indian, Japanese, Korean, and Hispanic. It is very important to develop a broad sample to quantify correctly the overall importance of these networks. The Silicon Valley Chinese are a very special case, and my work seeks to understand the larger benefit these networks provide throughout the global economy. These macroeconomic findings are important inputs to business and policy circles.

    Q: What makes technology transfer happen? Is it entrepreneurial opportunity in the home country, a loyalty to the home country, or government policies that encourage or require people to come home?

    A: It's all of those. Surveys of these diasporic communities suggest they aid their home countries through both formal business relationships and informal contacts. Formal mechanisms run the spectrum from direct financial investment in overseas businesses that pursue technology opportunities to facilitating contracts and market awareness. Informal contacts are more frequent�the evidence we have suggests they are at least twice as common�and even more diverse in nature. Ongoing research will allow us to better distinguish these channels. A Beijing scholar we met on the trip, Henry Wang, and I are currently surveying a large population of Chinese entrepreneurs to paint a more comprehensive picture of the micro-underpinnings of this phenomena.

    Q: What about multinational corporations? How do they fit into this scenario?

    A: One of the strongest trends of globalization is that U.S. multinationals are placing larger shares of their R&D into foreign countries. About 5 percent of U.S.-sponsored R&D was done in foreign countries in the 1980s, and that number is around 15 percent today. We visited Microsoft's R&D center in Beijing to learn more about its R&D efforts and interactions with the U.S. parent. This facility was founded in the late 1990s, and it has already grown to house a third of Microsoft's basic-science R&D researchers. More broadly, HBS assistant professor Fritz Foley and I are working on a research project that has found that U.S.-based ethnic scientists within multinationals like Microsoft help facilitate the operation of these foreign direct investment facilities in their home countries.

    Q: Does your research have implications for U.S. policy?

    A: One implication concerns immigration levels. It is interesting to note that while immigrants account for about 15 percent of the U.S. working population, they account for almost half of our Ph.D.-level scientists and engineers. Even within the Ph.D. ranks, foreign-born individuals have a disproportionate number of Nobel Prizes, elections to the National Academy of Sciences, patent citations, and so forth. They are a very strong contributor to U.S. technology development, so it is in the United States' interest to attract and retain this highly skilled group. It is one of the easiest policy levers we have to influence our nation's rate of innovation.

    Q: Are countries that send their scholars to the United States losing their best and brightest?

    A: My research shows that having these immigrant scientists, entrepreneurs, and engineers in the United States helps facilitate faster technology transfer from the United States, which in turn aids economic growth and development. This is certainly a positive benefit diasporas bring to their home countries. It is important to note, however, that a number of factors should be considered in the "brain drain" versus "brain gain" debate, for which I do not think there is a clear answer today.

    Q: Where does China stand in relation to some of the classic tiger economies that we've seen in the past in terms of technology transfer?

    A: Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and similar smaller economies have achieved a full transition from agriculture-based economies to industrialized economies. In those situations, technology transfer increases labor productivity and wages directly. The interesting thing about China and also India is that about half of their populations are still employed in the agricultural sector. In this scenario, technology transfer may lead to faster sector reallocation�workers moving from agriculture to industry�which can weaken wage growth compared with the classic tiger economy example. This is an interesting dynamic we see in China today.

    Q: The export growth that technology may engender is only one prong of the mechanism that helps economic development. Does technology also make purely domestic industries more productive?

    A: Absolutely. My research shows that countries do increase their exports in industries that receive large technology infusions, but non-exporting industries also benefit from technology gains. Moreover, the technology transfer can raise wages in sectors that do not rely on technology to the extent there is labor mobility across sectors. A hairdresser in the United States, for example, makes more money than a hairdresser in China, and that is due in large part to the wage equilibrium that occurs across occupations and skill categories within an economy. Technology transfer may alter the wage premiums assigned to certain skill sets, for example, increasing the wage gaps between skilled and unskilled workers, but the wage shifts can feed across sectors through labor mobility.

    Q: What are the implications for the future?

    A: Historically, the United States has been very successful at the retention of foreign-born, Ph.D.-level scientists, inventors, and entrepreneurs. As China and India continue to develop, they will become more attractive places to live and to start companies. The returnee pattern may accelerate as foreign infrastructures become more developed for entrepreneurship. This is not going to happen over the next three years, but it is quite likely over the next thirty to fifty years. My current research is exploring how this reverse migration would impact the United States' rate of progress.

    About the author
    Michael Roberts is a senior lecturer in the Entrepreneurial Management unit at Harvard Business School.




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  • sugaur
    02-01 06:14 PM
    Dear all,

    I am sorry to post here. I know this is wrong but don't know where to go to. Could someone please help me and tell me how you can diversify your savings as an NRI for a safe secure future?



    Thank you for your support.

    Again, my apologies.


    Q. Who is an optimist?
    A. A dude on EB3 with priority date of Aug 2005, looking for a "safe secure" future :D

    Joking aside dude, Pay off your debts, buy gold for the wife ( investing in the wife may be the surest way to have a safe secure future lol)), keep some CDs, keep handy cash ( a tleast 6 months of pay), good life insurance, medical insurance, max out 401K, and then if you still have some left you can dabble in stocks.




    humdesi
    03-13 01:23 AM
    There is a add on Sulekha ...

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/add

    transitive verb
    1: to join or unite so as to bring about an increase or improvement
    2: to say further : append
    3: to combine (numbers) into an equivalent simple quantity or number
    4: to include as a member of a group
    intransitive verb
    1 a: to perform addition b: to come together or unite by addition
    2 a: to serve as an addition b: to make an addition

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/AD

    Main Entry: 1ad
    Pronunciation: \╦ład\
    Function: noun
    Usage: often attributive
    Date: 1841
    1 : advertisement 2
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    bipin
    03-18 12:44 PM
    Answers to your Questions:

    My first labor was applied with my first company in 2004. In Pre-PERM era separate State and Federal labor approvals were required. My state labor was cleared, and federal pending. When they introduced PERM in June 2005 all the old cases were moved to BRC (Backlog reduction Centre, which was closed in Oct 2007). My labor started rotting in BRC and my then employer was not willing to file a PERM saying, they have to withdraw the current labor and I'll lose my PD. So I was looking for a new employer and got this guy in Aug 2006. Most of us all must have gone with many deals with the employer like 80:20, 95:5 plus payroll tax etc. and in my case the deal was I'll take all immigration related costs hoping for a faster GC.

    And now H1 transfer w/o paychecks, yes, it's not possible per law. But it's not always per book, like 3 year degree holders got GC thru EB2 few years back, now they can't even get EB3. So with my current company's attorney I got H1 transferred (Yes, there were RFEs on paycheck!)

    Isn't my case shows how this employer based immigration system is completely broken. This guy didn't bring me here, he didn't get me any project, but I had to go to him to get my GC. He must have come here like me few years before and he screwed my life! I'm stranded now after 8 years working here, and he became richer from his cut of my salary.

    My question is, he cancelled my H1 in Aug 2008. It's been 19 months since then. Is there an statutory limit after the violation to file a complain? Also now it looks like he closed the company which was in NJ. The company was registered in DE and I worked for him in CA.

    Cany Any Attorney/Member suggest?

    Dear Friend,
    We don't know what was your understanding between you and your ex-employer, It seems to me that you voluntarily paid money when you are not supposed to. I am also not sure how you got an H1 transfer without getting paid... Lot of question marks ??? Its better you talk to a qualified attorney and get their opinion. You can definetly go after the ex-employer for not paying you which they are legally bound too.. You will get all your $$$$.



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