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  • aroranuj
    06-27 11:23 AM
    Has anyone done a FOIA before for an I-140 receipt notice? Where do I file? Does it in anyway makes USCIS reveiw my case more than it should?

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  • diptam
    04-13 07:12 PM
    Please check my PM.

    The issue is not H1 transfer - i transferred it 5 weeks back and know multiple folks who will transfer again.

    The issue is they are not been able find projects quickly - without Projects the transfer may not be approved ( this is happening these days) and also who will pay me without getting money from client ??

    What line of work are you in? Either send me a PM or post here.

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  • jackrabbit
    04-09 01:36 PM
    Planning to use AC21 Portability and work on EAD.

    If you are planning to work on EAD, then you are not using AC21.
    Is my understanding correct?

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  • fcres
    07-18 04:10 PM
    Call once again to confirm this news. Some times the reps give conflicting answers.


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  • pappu
    06-27 07:36 PM
    From: National Immigration Forum


    Congress is out for its 4th of July recess. It has been a while since the last update went out, but not much has been happening—certainly not compared to one year ago, as a major immigration reform bill was being killed by filibuster in the Senate.

    On the one hand, the Forum, and thousands of issue advocacy organizations in politically-gridlocked Washington, are waiting for a new Congress and a new President. On the other hand, there is never a time when we are not defending against the bad ideas that immigration restrictionists and their friends in Congress are trying to slip through Congress.

    There is little chance of having positive legislation enacted this year. There are, however, some proposals being considered. In the House, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, with co-sponsors from both parties has put a couple of bills into the hopper that would offer modest relief for immigrants waiting for visas. H.R. 5882 would “re-capture” immigrant visas that went unused during the years 1992 to 2007, and would make changes in the law to prevent visas from going unused in the future. This would effectively make available an additional 225,000 visas on a one-time basis, with about 93,000 of those visas going to the family preferences.

    H.R. 5921 would eliminate the per-country ceiling for employment-based immigrant visas, and raise the per-country limit for family-based visas.

    In the Senate, we will at some point see further action on AgJOBS, and proposals related to seasonal non-agricultural workers and high-skilled temporary workers.

    Even for these modest reforms, prospects for passage are uncertain.

    Oversight and Accountability

    If there is any good news coming out of Washington, it is that Congress, after giving boatloads of money to the immigration enforcement agencies, is starting to ask for some accountability.

    There have been some hearings, including a hearing in the House on June 4th on the subject of deaths in immigration detention, where some of the egregious misconducts of Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) has been questioned. There have also been hearings to examine immigration enforcement proposals still being considered. Several committees (including the Immigration Subcommittee) have considered mandatory electronic employment verification plans. The Shuler/Tancredo “SAVE” Act, the proposal that has the most momentum (if you can call it that at this point) now has 190 signatures on a discharge petition that, if it gains 217 signatures, will force a vote on the House floor. Since April 1, it has gained just five signatures. We expect there will be more hearings where Congress will exercise its oversight responsibilities over the Department of Homeland Security, and in part these hearings will continue to point to the need to fix our broken immigration system.

    The Appropriations Season

    We are getting in to the appropriations season and, legislatively, the action will turn to the 12 spending bills that Congress must pass by September 30 to keep the various government agencies running. (Given the current gridlock, no one actually expects Congress to complete its work on the spending bills; more likely temporary spending bills will be passed to tide the government over until a new Congress is in place.)

    Spending bills offer the greatest chance for mischief. Immigration restrictionists will no doubt offer amendment after amendment to make life more miserable for immigrants. In this election season, the main function of these proposals will not necessarily be to pass them into law, but to gain material for 30-second campaign advertisements in which anti-immigrant members of Congress will attack their opponents as being soft on immigration, national security, etc.

    There is, unfortunately, always the chance that one of these proposals actually passes, and this will require the vigilance of immigration advocates in Washington in the coming weeks.

    There is also the chance that some good proposals may find their way into the spending bills. In the House, the bill controlling spending for the Department of Homeland Security has passed with a number of reporting requirements for ICE—in keeping with the new interest by Congress in holding the enforcement agencies accountable.

    The target date for adjournment for the summer is August 8. After that date, the House and Senate will be safely out of Washington until September, after the party conventions.

    Immigrants and the 2008 Elections

    The real action is taking place outside the beltway. In preparation for the upcoming elections, there will be much focus on getting immigrants registered to vote and turned out to vote. This weekend, on June 28, there will be a kickoff in Chicago of the New Americans Vote 2008 campaign, which is a collaborative effort of the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, Center for Community Change, Fair Immigration Reform Movement, National Council of La Raza, NDN, America’s Voice, United Food and Commercial Workers and the We Are America Alliance. The campaign combines training, organizing and electoral civic engagement targeting immigrant communities in 17 states. Speaking at the kickoff will be Senator Dick Durbin and Representatives Luis Gutierrez and Jan Schakowsky. For more, see:

    Immigrants are eager to weigh in on the immigration debate, and it is expected they will be doing this in unprecedented numbers in polling places across the country this fall. Building up to the elections, organizations including the Forum will be tracking the story of how the immigration issue is being used by politicians. It is expected that we will see a repeat of 2006—Republican candidates will use the immigration issue to play on the fears of their constituents in the hope of gaining votes, the debate will be ugly, and Democrats may or may not take a more moderate view.

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  • va_dude
    04-09 12:02 PM
    may bulletin takes effect from May 1.

    so until then the april bulletin works and as per that your dates are current. so ur good.

    have fun with ur gc.


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  • hoolahoous
    04-07 10:57 PM
    I depends on you, how much risk you want to take ... I can tell what happened with me ....

    Initially, I was working of a small consulting company and left them after few months. Although, there was nothing in the contract prohibiting me from doing this. But they filled a lawsuit against me for all fake things. I had to hire an attorney to defend myself, who was quite expensive. In end, I was forced to settle after paying like 10K, cost of lawsuit would have been huge. BTW, I did consult an attorney before leaving and there was nothing I did, which was not legal. But ultimately it just didn't make a sense to continue fighting it and spending 15-20K in attorney fees.

    I do not intend to scare you or suggest if you should go ahead or not. Just that make sure you cover yourself

    sounds fishy.. if there was nothing wrong from your side, you could have won and claimed all legal fee from your x employer

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  • outlook2
    07-18 09:42 PM
    They have not done any rejection yet. As per the recorded conference ( legal experts in the immigration ) they will accept all the application


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  • Digitalosophy
    11-02 04:17 PM
    No hard feelings. I just really need to get back on my feet, since I am relatively busy I just got my own place, and I really need an idea to set me in motion. I am not a spontaneous artist in any sense at all.

    There are many members here, who are looking to get better and get some experience just like you. Maybe you can team up with someone, and do some cool projects to build a portfolio, etc.

    Also you should make yourself a website displaying your work that you have now.


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  • Eternal_Hope
    04-22 03:55 PM
    This should also act as an eyeopener for those people on H-1B who are just about now starting their GC process. Such people can forget getting a GC for the next 12-15 years.

    If you are young (in late 20s), you should reevaluate this whole idea of coming here on EB GC. It maynot be worth the wait and the suffering.

    I think I will change my ID to "(Non)Eternal_Hope"


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  • GCOP
    03-30 02:36 PM
    Sorry to learn your situation and wish you good Luck to pass the exam, next time when you will the chance of re-entry. Hopefully you will get that chance very soon. Also thanks for sharing your story. Once again, Good Luck to you.

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  • mdipi
    11-17 04:16 PM
    dont close it...i gotta round up 6 votes...


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  • SunilKoganti
    01-23 03:08 PM
    Thanks IV core group for your efforts, time and energy you spend to fight for our cause.

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  • GC_1000Watt
    02-01 03:24 PM
    How about multiple submissions? :D


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  • Jyothi
    01-25 09:57 AM
    I support this.. Please draft the letter

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  • user1205
    08-25 10:04 PM

    He's also advertising on his website wining this type of case.


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  • kshitijnt
    09-16 05:21 AM
    My AP was approved last week (Monday) still to get in mail.

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  • sanjay02
    05-22 06:04 PM
    I had filed my I-485 in Jun 2007 my PD is Nov 2005 and was called for an interview at the local USCIS office in Feb 2009. My I-485 was pre-approved, now I am about to apply for AP renewal.

    The question I have is which service center do I mail in my AP renewal docs? My original application was filed in Nebraska. So do I file it there or send it to service center in Missouri? Can any one who has similar experience post the answer to this?


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  • glus
    11-26 05:39 PM
    Thanks for the replies, I did not get my approval notice so far and the travel is around the corner.

    Take infopass and get I-551 stamp in your passport. Print out your online status and when you speak to an IO explain the situation. It is risky to leave the states at this point.

    10-31 09:58 AM
    Mine is similar case. While sending the application he missed the 2 pages of my wife's I485 application. He said he will try to send it again. Not sure what happens. :-((

    12-05 05:38 PM
    Since lot of baby boomers are set to retire, any thing can happen.
    Someday they (means all of the anti - immgt minds, lou doggs, ron hiras etc) have to admit the reality that this country needs skilled workers and justice is delayed for employment based immgiration
    I know the fact for some years that there are so many IT consulting jobs begging to be filled, but never. Because there is a restriction that only citizens are allowed to apply for those. Where i live in US, i see boeing and Northrup Grummen ads for years, same repeating and begging for "citizens" to apply but never gets applicants.
    I bet they won't let a VB programmer in!!!

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