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  • lecter
    March 2nd, 2004, 07:59 PM
    I've noticed a massive upswing in comments and photo discussions..

    makes me warm and fuzzy all over....

    keep 'em coming.....

    (I have done four weeks quota to stay ahead of the game)





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  • suriajay12
    02-12 08:12 AM
    How about sending 100 thousand roses to WHITE HOUSE on the same day?

    I am in for Gandhigiri. I remember we celebrate aniversaries of the success we had when we did this 1st time and only time. Its time we do it again.
    I know many people whose cases are ready to be adjucated are keeping a silent note core members or others, and they will become active again when numbers become unavailable.. which makes sense like in many cases. What will you do if your date is current.. be very hopeful for hearing the good news.. and not try to get ANY attention, . right.. Sorry if I hurt anyone,. but what are we waiting for.. economy to pick up??.
    But I know many people out there are not even close to or hopeful if the numbers become current.. LETS DO IT. We request IV core to come forward and start a campaign. Please help.

    The below is from immigration-law.com and they too feel that priority #1 doesnt mean others have to sleep.. Please act fast.

    02/11/2009: Three More Private Bills Introduced in the House 02/10/2009

    As we reported earlier, failure of the Congress to fix the broken immigration system apparently induces members of the Congress to introduce private bills almost every day in session. We admit that under the current environment of historical economic crisis and rising unemployment, economic stimulus and financial bailout should be the top priority for the government's agenda. However, it does not mean that the other important parts of the nation's policies should remain on hold. We have learned a lesson from the past eight years that leaders' total obsession with only one agenda, "war," led to neglecting of almost all other parts of the country's policies and people's life , including deteriorating economic competitiveness, education, healthcare, arts, etc. and the country is now paying its price. Look at the state of our country's education. Priority in policies should not mean that all other important nation's agenda should remain in standstill.

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  • swethanjit
    07-24 11:18 PM
    Thank you for the clarification!

    Also, is it possible to cancel / withdraw my H1-B with company X, so that I can continue to work with my OPT with company Y. (Checking this option as I am not sure if company Y will be willing to sponsor for my H1-B).


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  • santb1975
    09-23 09:20 PM
    I am still waiting for the receipt numbers. Could take a couple more weeks


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  • gauravster
    02-08 06:09 PM

    I am in a similar position, but slight variations.

    H1B from Jul 2003. Already on 7th year extension which expires in Oct 2010. My Priority date is Jun 2007 and I-140 is already approved but, I could not apply for I-485 in Jul 2007 window.

    I have the following questions.
    1. Can I change a job ? If so, for how long will the H1-B be valid.
    2. If the H1-B is valid, can the USCIS reject the application if the my current employer decides to revoke the I-140.
    3. If I-140 is revoked, is there is possibility to port the priority date or will it be an entirely new priority date based on new application.

    I have been getting conflicting opinions from different people. A particular immigration lawyer I consulted adviced me against a job change, though I might get a new 3 year H1B, he feared CIS might revoke it if I-140 is revoked (it is quiet clear my employer will revoke the I-140). Is there any guidance/cases regarding the same from CIS ?

    Thanks very much for your advice.
    Much appreciated.

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  • gk_2000
    04-28 04:00 PM
    I would like to post a positive answer, but the fact is "it does not" . Unless the "DO Noting" Congress Does something - no relief soon. If you are young and in EB3 (with '08) PD, Use this time to earn a higher degree if possible and at some point in future, it might help you apply under the E2 or E1 category.


    Though I am older and married, I am considering the same


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  • sbmallik
    05-04 10:59 AM
    Thanks, You are right I havent applied for my I485 yet. I am only concerened about when I return back to US, will there is any issues at POE due to my long absence on H1B?

    Really appreciate all the answers!!

    You can't maintain H-1B status while physically residing in India. But, you can still have your GC process running.

    An absence won't be of any consequence as long as the visa is valid and you are employed by the same employer.

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  • lskreddy
    07-02 04:36 PM
    I said they decided to process EB2 140s over EB3 140s because there were more approvable cases in the former set. I did not say they are approving 140s based on PD.

    I didn't imply that you were saying that USCIS is approving based on PD's. I agree with your statement in full that they processed EB2 I140's to utilize the visa numbers.

    But, approving that are not eligible for those visa numbers (like mine) are also happening in abundance and that to me is just weird. It is prioritizing one application over another for no apparent reason.

    I have no complaints as I benefitted from it but on the other hand it makes me fume as my other has been pending forever.


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  • raj3078
    07-12 10:16 AM
    just let adolf tancredo roll of your back...hes just trying to get few more days of publicity out of his quickfading presidential bid. sala tingu

    I think his new presidential slogan should be Hail for Natives, Hell for Immigrants ;)

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  • tonyHK12
    12-09 11:32 AM
    The breaking news is the House Democrats have decided not to undertake Tax cut bill in the House, meaning the new tax cut deal announced by the President will not hold good anymore.

    Tax cuts will expire automatically end of 2010, meaning everyones bi-weekly paycheck would get cut 50-100 bucks if nothing happens


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  • seekerofpeace
    09-05 03:38 PM
    You mentioned only you got welcome email not your dependents...I am confused...for me I received the approval email but no status change for my wife even on the telephone check , she opened a SR on Friday...

    Were your dependents approved when you checked on telephone or how did you come to know that their cases got approved (by postal mail or phone?)....my lawyer also mentioned my name only ofcourse he received the same CRIS mail that I received....

    I am not sure how to check...if online is not reliable...



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  • sanax
    11-30 09:35 PM
    I have seen people talking about getting approvals with misdemeanors, but each case may be different. Murthy.com forums has a special section for people dealing with misdemeanor issues and have gone through the process, may be you will get some more tips about preparing for the interview there. Good Luck!

    Thank you, I appreciate your link.


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  • fcres
    08-08 10:11 AM
    What i have heard is that the RFE for I140 are mostly for ability to pay and for educational qualifications.

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  • Ram_C
    11-21 12:06 PM
    Happy Thanksgiving to IV Family.



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  • sobers
    02-16 04:11 PM
    This story below just goes to show that if smart scientists and engineers are not available here (because of low skilled immigation and the decepit STEM education), then jobs will continue to be outsourced to where the job can be done. Not only does the U.S. lose brainpower, it loses significant tax revenue which would otherwise have been available if the jobs were located in the U.S. And then, not only do skilled immigrants bring their skills to work for America, they also help build the local economy (home/auto, other capital investments, etc besides local/state/county taxes...).



    Published: February 16, 2006
    The globalization of work tends to start from the bottom up. The first jobs to be moved abroad are typically simple assembly tasks, followed by manufacturing, and later, skilled work like computer programming. At the end of this progression is the work done by scientists and engineers in research and development laboratories.

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    Report From Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation A new study that will be presented today to the National Academies, the nation's leading advisory groups on science and technology, suggests that more and more research work at corporations will be sent to fast-growing economies with strong education systems, like China and India.

    In a survey of more than 200 multinational corporations on their research center decisions, 38 percent said they planned to "change substantially" the worldwide distribution of their research and development work over the next three years � with the booming markets of China and India, and their world-class scientists, attracting the greatest increase in projects.

    Whether placing research centers in their home countries or overseas, the study said, companies often use similar criteria. The quality of scientists and engineers and their proximity to research centers are crucial.

    The study contended that lower labor costs in emerging markets are not the major reason for hiring researchers overseas, though they are a consideration. Tax incentives do not matter much, it said.

    Instead, the report found that multinational corporations were global shoppers for talent. The companies want to nurture close links with leading universities in emerging markets to work with professors and to hire promising graduates.

    "The story comes through loud and clear in the data," said Marie Thursby, an author of the study and a professor at Georgia Tech's college of management. "You have to have an environment that fosters the development of a high-quality work force and productive collaboration between corporations and universities if America wants to maintain a competitive advantage in research and development."

    The multinationals, representing 15 industries, were from the United States and Western Europe. The authors said there was no statistically significant difference between the American and European companies.

    Dow Chemical is one company that plans to invest heavily in new research and development centers in China and India. It is building a research center in Shanghai, which will employ 600 technical workers when it is completed next year. Dow is also finishing plans for a large installation in India, said William F. Banholzer, Dow's chief technology officer.

    Today, the company employs 5,700 scientists worldwide, about 4,000 of them in the United States and Canada, and most of the rest in Europe. But the moves overseas will alter that. "There will be a major shift for us," Mr. Banholzer said.

    The swift economic growth in China and India, he said, is part of the appeal because products and processes often have to be tailored for local conditions. The rising skill of the scientists abroad is another reason. "There are so many smart people over there," Mr. Banholzer said. "There is no monopoly on brains, and none on education either."

    Such views were echoed by other senior technology executives, whose companies are increasing their research employment abroad. "We go with the flow, to find the best minds we can anywhere in the world," said Nicholas M. Donofrio, executive vice president for technology and innovation at I.B.M., which first set up research labs in India and China in the 1990's. The company is announcing today that it is opening a software and services lab in Bangalore, India.

    At Hewlett-Packard, which opened an Indian lab in 2002 and is starting one in China, Richard H. Lampman, senior vice president for research, points to the spread of innovation around the world. "If your company is going to be a global leader, you have to understand what's going on in the rest of the world," he said.

    The globalization of research investment, industry executives and academics argued, need not harm the United States. In research, as in economics, they said, growth abroad does not mean stagnation at home � and typically the benefits outweigh the costs.

    Still, more companies in the survey said they planned to decrease research and development employment in the United States and Europe than planned to increase employment.

    In numerical terms, scientists and engineers in research labs represent a relatively small part of the national work force. Like the debate about offshore outsourcing in general, the trend, which may point to a loss of competitiveness, is more significant than the quantity of jobs involved.

    The American executives who are planning to send work abroad express concern about what they regard as an incipient erosion of scientific prowess in this country, pointing to the lagging math and science proficiency of American high school students and the reluctance of some college graduates to pursue careers in science and engineering.

    "For a company, the reality is that we have a lot of options," Mr. Banholzer of Dow Chemical said. "But my personal worry is that an educated, innovative science and engineering work force is vital to the economy. If that slips, it is going to hurt the United States in the long run."

    Some university administrators see the same trend. "This is part of an incredible tectonic shift that is occurring," said A. Richard Newton, dean of the college of engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, "and we've got to think about this more profoundly than we have in the past. Berkeley and other leading American universities, he said, are now competing in a global market for talent. His strategy is to become an aggressive acquirer. He is trying to get Tsinghua University in Beijing and some leading technical universities in India to set up satellite schools linked to Berkeley. The university has 90 acres in Richmond, Calif., that he thinks would be an ideal site.

    "I want to get them here, make Berkeley the intellectual hub of the planet, and they won't leave," said Mr. Newton, who emigrated from Australia 25 years ago.

    The corporate research survey was financed by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, which supports studies on innovation. It was designed and written by Ms. Thursby, who is also a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, and her husband, Jerry Thursby, who is chairman of the economics department at Emory University in Atlanta.

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    02-25 10:39 AM
    I am also looking for answer on this..Anyone please??

    The moment your H-1 is rejected and you dont have another underlying petition, you are technically out of status. You could apply for another H, but with a Consular Processing request. In other words you will be asked to leave the country and get a stamping before you start work again.

    And not to affect your long term stay in the country, it is better to leave the country immediately.


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  • sdrblr
    10-07 10:52 PM
    Based on my experience travelling with my son couple of times, I can answer couple of questions.

    PIO card looks just like your Indian Passport, difference being color and has just 1 page.
    Just present PIO and the US PP and they will look at both and stamp the immigration seal on the PP. They do not do anything with the PP other than recording the PIO # in addition to the US PP #.

    While departing the country, they will just look at it again and hand it back and stamp the immigration seal on the PP.

    Usually takes 3-4 weeks to get and if you dont have time, I would go with a visa as you can get it the same day. For an infant, I see no diffrence in PIO or a visa.

    My son is a US citizen/passport holder and we are planning on applying for a PIO for him at the SFO consulate. I have the following questions on how he could use the PIO card

    1. How can he use the PIO card to enter and exit India?
    a. Does he simply show the PIO card, US passport to enter and exit India?
    2. Incase if the PIO card processing takes a lot of time I know that he can apply for visa. I was wondering anyone has experience on how visa could be applied if PIO processing takes a long time at the SFO consulate.
    a. Do they return the PIO application and its supporting documents before visa could be applied?
    b. Should a new visa application+visa supporting documents need to be resent for getting a Indian visa?

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  • praveenuppaluri
    02-21 08:02 PM
    nmdial and sac-r-ten
    thanks for your responses. I am going forward with "do not apply" option for now.

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  • desiron
    08-08 08:56 PM
    I agree but this statement "previous editions of the I-485 form accepted" sounds like a generic one because today's FAQ clearly relates to "EB I-485" and the word "Should", not "may or can"... thats what puzzling me...


    09-05 08:41 PM

    My Wife is currently on H1B, but for personal reason she wants to quit her job and take a break from work for some time. She plans to quit some time in october 2007. But she wants to start working again sometime next year around June 2008. So here are my questions:

    1. When she quits her job in october 2007 is her status automatically changed to H4 or do we need to fill up an application to USCIS ?

    2. When she applies for H1B next year i.e. June 2008 will that be considered against the H1B cap ? If not, then can she apply around june next year to get her H1B, as opposed to applying early in April when the H1B quota gets full. Also if we apply in June 2008 will her start date be Oct 1'2008 or can she start working as soon as she receives her WAC/LIN number ?

    3. When we apply for H1B next year will they require some H4 stamped on my wifes passport ? We dont plan to go out of the country for a couple of years so we will not be doing any stamping (H4). Currently she has her H1B stamped.

    Appreciate your help.


    09-09 11:33 PM
    Just because you entered on AP doesn't mean you have lost you h1b, it just puts it to sleep. if ur wife is on h4 she can stay on h4 as long as you are employed by the h1b sponsoring employer. To reactivate your h1b you need to resenter the us using your h1b visa stamp, if you don't have an h1b visa stamp you would need to get it stamped at a consulate

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