الأحد، 12 يونيو، 2011

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  • chintu25
    08-07 09:27 AM
    Relax Bro ..That is the old one delete the thread if possible




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  • Dhundhun
    06-21 03:49 PM
    I came back to US on Mar 30 2008 using advance parole. The officer wrote on I-94 , paroled until Mar 29, 2008 (I am assuming its an oversight).

    I didnt detect the oversight till yesterday. What my current status and what actions should I take to rectify the error.

    I am still working for my employer that sponsored the H1B which is valid till Feb 2009, although the stamp on the passport was valid only till Feb 2008

    Thanks

    For I-485 Applicant, it is not of much significance.
    At POE, AP is stamped for one year (with I-94), but when it expires, it does not matter. One can continue working on H1 or EAD. And if someone is in USA on H4 (and not working on EAD) also remains in vaild status.

    So there should not be any reason to worry, however, as suggested by "kshitijnt" better to get in touch with USCIS and let them do corrective action as required.

    Please post your experience afterwards.




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  • chantu
    02-28 09:21 PM
    bump




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  • vallabhu
    11-29 03:26 PM
    My attorney received a letter saying "Intent to Deny" reason being not having Mats in graduation.

    But the fact is I have Maths and I did 4 Math courses in graduation and provisional clearly shows maths1, Maths2, maths3, maths4.

    Letter says Vallabhu has done Courses in Sanskrit,English, Physics and Geology but nothing in Maths.

    and This how each year of transcripts look like

    Physics1
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    Geology1

    Physics2
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    Physics3
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    Geology3

    I don't know how can he miss Maths from this.


    Does any one else heard/faced a similar issue in the past.



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  • sunnymit
    05-10 01:55 PM
    where is the delay? It usually comes out around 12th (give or take a day or two) of every month..




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  • hoolahoous
    08-27 06:15 PM
    i think there is a provision that if you are traveling for work every few months then you just need to provide your 'permanent' address not the 'temporary' address.



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  • smuggymba
    11-30 01:21 PM
    As per the document:

    total EB2 visa available: 40040
    Grand total of EB2 pending: 33850

    So, technically all the EB2 applicants should get their GC during the fiscal year of 2011. Even in the situation where no fall down from EB1.

    Seems like good news for many and hopefully foir EB3s as well if further fall down of visas occur.

    Guess, USCIS should wake up and move the dates faster instead of jungling during last quarter of the fiscal year.

    i guess it doesn't count ppl who are waiting. The no of ppl who are not able to file 485 is huge.




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  • cinqsit
    09-16 12:37 PM
    i read somewhere on the forums that fbi name check and fingerprinting checks are two different checks carried out separately.

    fbi name check
    http://www.fbi.gov/hq/nationalnamecheck.htm

    fbi finger printing
    http://www.fbi.gov/hq/cjisd/fprequest.htm



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  • aroranuj
    08-20 11:57 PM
    I would appreciate it if someone can give me some advise...I need to file my EAD renewal & refuse to pay insane amounts of money to my attorney...


    Thanks!!!!

    I am filing for my EAD renewal and had a quick question...I have an EAD card from when I was in college and did my OPT. The problem though is that I do not have some of the details that they ask for while filing EAD renewal, such as what Center was it processed at & what was the application date.

    I have already called USCIS & they cant pull up what center my EAD was filed at or the date it was filed. Can anyone suggest what I should do in this situation? What do I put in the form? Does anyone have similar experiences?




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  • Saralayar
    10-10 03:44 PM
    November's visa bulletin is a wild card. Can expect anything.
    Something or Nothing...:D:D:D:D



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  • GCBy3000
    07-26 04:32 PM
    only Pappu / LogicLife could change the poll questions at this time. They have already changed some.

    Interesting poll. I have a small suggestion, though.. If you want unbiased data, you cannot ask leading questions on any survey. For instance, if you ask "Are you a free-rider?", and you are clearly conveying what is the "right" answer.
    Ask very neutral questions on the poll. Also, make it anonymous to encourage participation. Pare down questions so that they are distinct and mutually exclusive.
    At least that way you'll get better data to work with for analysis.




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  • lord_labaku
    08-14 06:19 PM
    I am sure people from 2001-2006 EB2/EB3 who are still waiting are jealous of your situation even though you feel like you are in a big mess ( might have contributed to a red dot)



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  • snathan
    08-25 06:15 PM
    Is a lawyer necessary to file PERM? What are the cons of not hiring a lawyer and doing it ourselves?

    You are not even supposed to involve in any of the PERM process. Its plain illegal. only your employer should handle it.




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  • bitzbytz
    07-13 11:07 AM
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  • dilbert_cal
    07-10 12:17 AM
    USCIS do call the company, a friend of mine who already got his GC, USCIS called the company in India to confirm the employment.

    Thanks IndianIII - It is always possible that USCIS may check the employment details and in this particular case, since the company is closed, they would want alternate proof that you did work there. They might want an affidavit from your co-worker if possible as well. So, be prepared on those grounds.

    Thanks once again IndianIII for contributing to the forums.




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  • perm2gc
    08-24 04:45 PM
    Hi Everyone,

    I have a quesion on the same lines!!
    My H1B is approved till Mar 2007(have I797 till Mar, 2007). But you can file for extension 6 months before it expires ie, Sep 2006. So, now, say I get file for extension and get 3 year extension approval( I say 3 yrs bcoz my I-140 is approved). However, I dont have visa stamp for my current H1b.
    Now, if I go for H1b stamping, lets say, in Nov 2006, will they stamp it till Mar 2007(my earlier extension date) or the new H1b approval, ie, Mar 2010.

    thanks

    please let me know if I have not made myself clear. Yes, it's a little different situation and I've not read anything about this kind of situation .

    You go for stamping for new I797 not for old one i asssume..They will issue you visa according to the I797(New).



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  • mirchiseth
    05-29 08:51 AM
    When our original APs arrived last year in October they had a expiration date of September 28, 2008. But then we traveled to India and came back on AP. Now stamped AP says

    Paroled until 02 Jan 2009

    My question is which expiration date should use for renewal purposes and apply the 120 day rule.

    Please let me know.




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  • Sakthisagar
    11-30 03:58 PM
    I checked on the website, and it has a note - " Important Note: In certain cases of an old passports issued by an office other than the Consulate General of New York, a passport is issued for one year. In such cases, applicants have to apply for extension of the passport any time after 45 days. A passport is also issued for one year in cases of expiry of valid U.S. residence visa. In such cases, applicants have to apply for extension of validity as soon as valid U.S. Residence visa is approved. "
    Here's the link that I was referring to...
    RENEWAL OF PASSPORT OR NEW PASSPORT - www.indiacgny.org (http://indiacgny.org/php/showContent.php?linkid=225&partid=223&sub=sub3)

    What I meant to ask was, I cannot apply for a renewal until I get my new I797, right ? And, once I get it, and plan to travel, I'll go for a new visa stamp and I just want to make sure that I get it for the duration applicable and not until the expiration of the passport, and also that if i get my passport renewed here, I get it for another 10 or so years and not one.
    Also, could you please tell me how long does it usually take to get the passport renewed ? I'm in NY area.

    Thank you.


    To my knowledge.. Indian passport is renewed now for 10 years, of course Please apply for the renewal of passport as soon as you get the new I-797. (Otherwise they might give it for one Year). So You should get for a 10 year renewal.

    And regarding your stamping, I do not know your personal situation, If the travel to India is not very urgent, Please postpone it at least til you get your EAD/AP if you are planning for a permanent residency. Otherwise if you are going for stamping, its all your GOOD LUCK! especialy nowadays for H1B stamping.

    Usually it takes one and half months to renew the Passport in US. I have done it way back in 2003. I am not aware how long it will take now.

    Please talk to your attorney,and decide.




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  • techbuyer77
    06-12 08:21 PM
    my lawyer said it was ok as long as I go back to work for them uon approval. GC is for future job, not current, according to USCIS Director memo.
    The problem is my previous employer is not doing well due to economy :(
    so I might not have a job upon approval
    Please do not imply I am doing something illegal, because it is not that way.




    prioritydate
    12-18 03:51 PM
    Since we saw some members posting that their i-140 got denied, do they usually review the approved i-140 at i-485 stage? :confused:




    ragz4u
    01-25 11:53 AM
    What is lobbying and is it legal?
    As per the definition at Wikipedia, Lobbying is the practice of private advocacy with the goal of influencing a governing body by promoting a point of view that is conducive to an individual's or organization's goals. more information can be found here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lobbying

    It is 100% legal and is in fact the preferred way of getting things done by most corporations. Corporations like Microsoft, Dell, Yahoo, Google etc have all used lobbying in the past and in fact I would go as far as saying that every Fortune 1000 firm has used lobbying at one point of time or another. Just search for any company name and the word lobbying on Google and you'll see what we are talking about

    What has lobbying got to do with the Immigration Bill?

    As we know from part III, Senator Specter will be creating a markup of the Senate Immigration Bill. This may/may not contain the provisions that the immigrant community is looking for.

    The differennt bills that are being considered for the markup are McCain Kennedy bill, Cornyn Kyl bill, the Chuck Hagel Bill and a few others

    This document by AILA compares the various versions of the bill in different categories http://www.shusterman.com/pdf/immreform106.pdf. This also considers a markup of Senator Specter which is unofficial at the moment. This means that until it gets officially presented to the Judiciary Committee for review, it could change anytime.

    This markup already seems to contain the provisions we need, what are we still worried about?

    If you have read my post on S.1932, you would know that a bill can be amended at multiple stages.

    1) Senator Specter could change his markup, after all he has not come out with an official version. Do not forget that the link above refers to an unofficial version of the markup. As per unconfirmed reports, the Chairman's markup could be out anytime between now and mid-march and a lot of things could change in the mean time

    2) Assuming that the markup does contain the provisions that we as immigrants are fighting for, any judiciary committee member can propose an amendment to the bill which could result in a an unwanted change. A case in point is the amendment that Senator Diane Feinstein proposed during S.1932 which reduced the increase in H1B visas from 60,000 to 30,000. Imagine if a senator brings in an amendment that strips off all the provisions for legal immigration!

    3) If the bill does not have strong support within the Judiciary committee, it could be voted out and it becomes history

    4) Assuming that the bill passes through the above steps, it is presented to the full Senate for a debate and vote. Here too any member of the senate can propose an amendment to the bill and the house votes on it. A case in point is the Byrd Amendment which was introduced by Senate Byrd from Virginia which sought to drop sections 8001 and 8002 from the S.1932. This was defeated by the a margin of 84-15 but remember that if it had enough support, S.1932 would have ended here

    5) Once the bill passes with the immigration provisions in the Senate, it is presented to a joint conference committee where a few senators and a few congressmen deliberate on which sections to include int he conference bill from among the House bill and the Senate bill. Remember that the house bill has already been passed (HR.4437) and it does not contain any immigration provisions. The House members could again force the senate representatives to drop the immigration provisions. The S.1932 bill's pro-immigration sections got dropped precisely at this juncture

    So as can be seen, there are various stumbling blocks towards achieving a favorable bill.

    The only way we can ensure that the pro-immigrant provisions do not get ignored or sacrificed is by lobbying. By lobbying we can ensure that the right folks at the right places can understand our concern and empathize with us.

    A lobbying firm can ensure that we send a consistent and effective message to the right people. As mentioned earlier, some of the lobbying firms have ex-Congressmen and ex-Senators on their boards. These folks have a great working relationship with the current senators and congressmen. These lobbyists can not only get our issues be heard by the powers, they can possibly influence them by using some political capital

    Why can't we just contact the lawmakers directly and tell them about it? Why spend money for lobbyists?

    We can definitely try doing this ourselves. This is a free country and nothing stops us from doing so. Unfortunately the effectiveness of such a method is questionable.

    During S.1932 proceedings, many members of this forum contacted their local congressmen and senators and asked for appointments. Many also conveyed their views to the staff and many also faxed their views in. Unfortunately the bill passed without the pro-immigration provisions. The message was not conveyed strongly enough and it was conveyed as individuals and not a group.

    It was realized that unless we present our case the way Washington, DC is used to seeing it (by hiring lobbyists), the message will not get through.

    Lobbyists have direct access to the actual congressmen and senators while the most we can hope is getting a key staff member's attention.

    A lobbyist can influence a house member, while we can only hope that the staff members pass our views to the house member.

    We do not know which members are really the ones to target and key decision makers and we might end up concentrating on the wrong house members. A lobbyist can help us identify these key members.

    All in all, a lobbyist can help us use our energy in the right way and not end up wasting it doing frivolous things and ultimately help us achieve our dreams

    And do not forget that some of the anti-immigration groups like numbersusa already have full time lobbyists working for them in DC. If we are to even put up a decent fight against these very dedicated anti-immigrant forces, we need to get help from a professional lobbying firm



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