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  • stemcell
    07-14 01:43 PM
    Paskal/Pappu

    Please update us if only the conrad 30 J1 waiver is being extended or if the conrad 30 improvement act is being suggested here?





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  • Milind123
    08-14 06:00 PM
    Do do your DD before signing on the dotted line. esp if the company is offering 1/2 mil for $22, I will check the ratings of such companies. Of course you want to make sure they are around when it is time to pay.





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  • psk79
    08-24 08:50 PM
    Hi guys,

    I know J Barrett has been a star of this forum for a while.

    I just wanted to check if anyone in a similar situation as mine as received any update on their 485.

    140 approved from TSC in May 2006; LUD on 7/28
    485 received at NSC on July 2, 2007
    485 received and Signed for by J Barrett at 10:25 AM

    Thanks.

    I am in the same boat.. Jul2, NSC filesd I140 approved in TSC received by BArrett @1025am





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  • sintax321
    11-18 03:27 PM
    Ok. When u make a comment like that really be sure to make it clear it is a joke. If u don't things get out of control.:)



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  • Dhundhun
    07-14 12:46 AM
    It is the law that you file AR-11 within (I think) 10 days after moving to a new address. If you do not do say, technically they can deport you. So send the AR-11 form with proof of sending. You can also submit AR-11 form online.

    You should also change the address on the USCIS site. This operation is different from AR-11 submission.

    You brought very good point. More details seems to be here: http://www.jackson-hertogs.com/JH/faq/8054.pdf





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  • mdipi
    11-18 03:18 PM
    the 15 ppl...lol, j/k.



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  • GreenCard4US
    08-21 11:43 AM
    I received an RFE from USCIS 10 days after the date on the letter and need to respond in 33 days.
    I came to US through Company A in June 2000 and was with them until Dec 2006. This Company A had applied for my labor and I140 and both of them were approved through them. I joined Company B in Jan of 2007(change of H1) and was with them until March of 2007. I joined Company C in April 2007(change of H1) and been with them since. Company C would not do my GC.

    During the July 2007 fiasco, Company A agreed to give me an offer letter that I submitted with my 485 application and my attorney (a good reputed one) mentioned in the application that I was working for company C.

    I got an RFE now stating that I did not send my sealed medical exam which I had done and we have a scan of what was sent. They also want “a current letter of employment attesting to your offer of proposed employment. This letter should be written on the company’s official letterhead and cite the date you will begin working, whether the position is temporary or permanent , a description of the position, a description of the position that you currently hold for the company (if any), and offered salary”

    Is this RFE bad? Now my attorney suggests that since I had filed 485 through company A and I did not really invoke AC21 that I should give a new offer letter from Company A (they are willing to give one). My question is if I do that will there be further questions? The company I work for is a bigger one and Company A is really a body shopper, so I want to go with the letter from the current company. Also since it more than 2 years since I applied for 485 can I say I invoked AC 21? When can I disassociate myself from company A as I do not want to lose my current job.
    I would like the attorneys or the members valuable help. Please do offer your opinions. Thank you all in advance.





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  • p_kumar
    02-07 11:24 AM
    All three options put a dent in your life. But I guess the golden period of life is over, remaining period of life will go raising your kids, looking after your parents. Sometimes I like the American culture a lot; you get to enjoy all life long!

    American culture as we know it maybe ending. Social security will not be enough to support the baby boomers and many will end up being a burden on their children. In a way, we always have an option of going back to india but for americans?.



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  • crazymish
    03-06 08:39 AM
    Online application usually warrants a fingerprinting , it's best to apply in paper if that needs to be avoided.


    Thx guys, this should do it for me here. All the inputs are much appreciated.

    Regards,
    M





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  • krithi
    02-18 05:05 PM
    I recently returned from India, had a valid H1B visa, but the immigration officer insisted on using AP, my attorney suggests i need to change back on to H1B, any thoughts on this?

    Thanks,
    Krithi



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  • Devils_Advocate
    03-20 05:24 PM
    Nothing new in this, this is the same Grassley's TARP H-1B amendment thats been on for so long. Its just been released officially by the USCIS now





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  • GCBy3000
    04-28 05:01 PM
    Below is my understanding as I searched for answer sometime back.

    yes, you can change employer. You have to get into similar job. The only problem is your H1 extension. For that, the old employer should not revoke the I 140. You old labor should be valid until you finish the GC process.

    If anyone thinks othewise, letme know.



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  • GCOP
    04-01 03:32 PM
    I would be appreciated, if people returning at NJ Airports can post their experiences of Successful re-entry . That would definitely be helpful to all other people, who will have to travel, in case of Emergency.





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  • dontcareanymore
    10-21 05:20 PM
    According to one website http://www.immigration-law.com the USCIS is working on trying to streamline processing I-140 petitions to four months by April 2009. I quote the following from the website
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    10/08/2008: I-140 Processing in Four Months by April 2009?

    * This is a five-month old information which has just been released. This source of information indicates that the USCIS was hiring and training new employees and by April 2009, I-140 petitions might be processed in four months. It is a good news in a way.
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    Going by the previous track record of the USCIS though, I do have reasons to be skeptical about that. We will find out in April eventually, unless our invididual petitions get approved before that. The only issue is that in the interim we still have the threat to jobs in this bad economy. The other concern of mine is that older petitions might get dumped into another Backlog Elimination Center and they only work efficiently on newer I-140 petitions. That solution would be hell for people with older I-140 applications

    Same source, but latest bulletin :


    10/17/2008: I-140 Delays and USCIS Answers to Discrepancy in Processing Times Between Stand-alone I-140 and Concurrent Filing Cases

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    We will see what and when "significant" decrease in reduction will take place. We still feel that the reinstatement of premium processing services should hold an answer to part of the problems. However, the USCIS answer to this question is as follows: "USCIS expects that adding other classifications to Premium Processing Service at this time would exceed USCIS� capacity to provide timely Premium Process Service. USCIS will continue to evaluate whether it is able to process other groups of cases beyond this limited classification of petitions and will provide notification of any further availability of Premium Processing Service for Form I-140."



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  • ragnarok
    07-19 02:39 PM
    I've entered the US in 2000.


    Can you explain what PD and EB is?





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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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  • ck_b2001
    07-25 03:52 PM
    I agree that protest idea should not be misused. They have listened to us once now they will say "what else they want". Though there are more long terms issues but i guess protest ideas can be saved for later on or wait for the momentum to buildup itself.





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  • sobers
    02-10 10:55 AM
    It is important because this article distinguishes "skilled" immigration versus "unskilled" immigration. This country needs more of the former as enounced several times by leaders of industry, academia and politics, but the latter issue is somewhat controversional because of its largely "illegal" nature in the U.S.

    Regardless, this goes to show policy makers here need to be 'smart' and enourage 'smart' people to contribute to this country, as the Europeans are starting to do now...


    EU's New Tack on Immigration

    Leaders Talk Up 'Brain Circulation' To Cure Shrinking Work Force
    By JOHN W. MILLER
    February 10, 2006; Page A8

    BRUSSELS -- Faced with a shrinking work force, Europe's leaders are looking for ways to attract talented foreigners, even as some countries on the Continent close their borders to other immigrants willing to work for lower wages.

    Plans touted by Justice and Home Affairs Commissioner Franco Frattini, the man charged with developing common immigration policies for the European Union, range from a new EU-wide "green card" that would allow skilled workers already in the 25-nation bloc to change countries without extra paperwork, to special temporary permits for seasonal workers.


    "The U.S. and Australia have stricter rules, but they get the right people to immigrate, and once they're in, they integrate them, and give them benefits, education and citizenship" much faster than in the EU, Mr. Frattini said in an interview. Europe's work force is expected to shrink by 20 million people between now and 2030, according to the European Commission, and businesses complain regularly about a shortage of highly skilled personnel, even as unemployment rates in many EU countries remain high.

    In Mr. Frattini's vision, a North African engineer could go to work in Europe, earn good money and return regularly to his hometown to start and maintain a business. Immigration policy in Europe is still up to individual countries. To sell the idea, Mr. Frattini uses the term "brain circulation" to counter accusations of a "brain drain" -- a phrase often used to criticize rich countries for sucking the talent and stalling the development of poor regions.

    The challenge for Mr. Frattini is that in the face of pressure from unions and politicians worried about losing jobs to lower-wage newcomers, most EU national governments are jittery about welcoming more immigrants. Only three of the 15 Western European EU nations, for example, have opened their labor markets to the bloc's eight new Eastern European states.

    While some countries are likely to resist opening their labor markets until forced to do in 2011, attitudes might be changing. Last weekend French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy echoed many of Mr. Frattini's ideas and proposed special immigration permits for skilled workers.

    Plans to attract more immigrants are also a tough sell in developing countries that would lose their graduates and scientists. Mr. Frattini argues that successful migrants benefit their home economies when they work in Europe, because money they send home is an important part of many poor nations' gross domestic products.

    In concrete terms, Mr. Frattini says the EU would promote brain circulation by including non-EU citizens in job databases and funding language and job-training courses in immigrants' home countries. Mr. Frattini also wants to develop work visas that will allow immigrants to return to start businesses in their home countries, without losing the right to work in Europe.

    Some economists are skeptical. It is often difficult for immigrants to return home, and if economic conditions were good enough to merit investment, they probably wouldn't have left in the first place. "People left for a reason," says Jean-Pierre Garson, an economist at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

    The International Monetary Fund says immigrants dispatched $126 billion to their home countries in 2004 -- up from $72.3 billion in 2001 -- but there aren't any official figures on how much immigrants invest in businesses in their native countries.

    So, would brain circulation work? Some immigrants say they agree in theory that investing accomplishes more than cash remittances. Anecdotal evidence suggests investments that pay off require patience, hands-on involvement, start-up capital and participation by local residents.


    "Building is better," says Eric Chinje, a World Bank official living in Virginia who until recently had returned every two years to his hometown of Santa, Cameroon, with bags stuffed with dollars. "I'd take $5,000 and distribute among 100 to 200 people," he says. Three years ago, the 50-year-old Mr. Chinje set up a microcredit bank with the condition that villagers buy shares in the bank. Hundreds did, by getting money from relatives overseas, he says.

    The bank started in April 2004 with a capital base of $50,000. So far, it has lent money to a cooperative to fund a storage facility and a truck to carry fruits and vegetables to city markets.

    For an investment to really take off and make the kind of impact sought by Mr. Frattini, immigrant entrepreneurs say they need capital and connections.

    Kemal Sahin came to Germany in 1973 from a small mountain village in central Turkey. He started the company he now runs, Sahinler Group, one of Europe's biggest textile companies. Mr. Sahin employs 11,000 people, including 9,000 at plants in Turkey, where he started moving production in 1984 to take advantage of skilled, inexpensive labor. His knowledge of Turkish, local customs and regulations allowed him to set up an efficient operation, he says. "I was familiar with how things work in Turkey, and it was easier for me than for my German colleagues to invest there."

    --Andrea Thomas in Berlin contributed to this article.

    Write to John W. Miller at john.miller@dowjones.com1





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  • la_guy
    06-02 02:39 PM
    You can buy a ticket, which has a hard return date after six months. After they come here, you can again reschedule earlier or later. I know cathay pacific allows to reschedule any number of times for free...





    voldemar
    02-27 05:11 PM
    6) The simple logic is, eb1 has higher qualifications than eb2, and eb2 has more qualifications compared to eb3. If you believe they treat everyone the same, then be happy and stick with your belief.That's true. Also EB3 cases are the easiest, EB2 a little more complex and EB1 the most complex. USCIS officers tend to do easiest job more often ;)





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