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  • NKR
    08-21 02:29 PM
    Dude, what is your hidden agenda?. If you do not have any, then you got to make up your mind, you seem to get different thoughts every day. First was the lawsuit, second was a different lawsuit, now you say that something else suits you�

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  • anilsal
    10-30 11:51 PM
    Also since you are a dentist and are working in the medical field, I am just wondering as to whether you have been able to inform other medical professionals, affected by retrogression and skilled immigration issues, about the efforts undertaken by IV.

    Anyway, sorting out your original issue via an attorney takes immediate precedence.

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  • jonty_11
    09-25 12:01 PM
    Good find - shows the plight of legal immigrants.

    A bit of nitpicking - actually the chart is underestimating the time for EmploymentBased / skilled immigrants wait - says 11-16 years to get citizenship sort of suggesting 16 years is the worst case scenario to get citizenship. Its a bit underestimate especially for people coming from India/China. I have seen many people (including me) on these forums who entered US "legally" ten years ago and still waiting for GC with no idea when they would finally get it. Some of them might finally get citizenship 20 years after entering the country "legally".

    On the whole it shows the reality of legal immigration and its waiting times.
    Interesting one..but folks in washington will continue taking us for granted....unless we show them serious intent...

    Hell, ALl they care abt is big corporations...even ahead of their own citizens...Wall St over Main St...
    Bailout plan to be approved soon.......We areno where in the picture....even lawmakers know the realiy of this article...but its all about "show me the money"

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  • greenerpastures
    07-20 03:09 PM
    I have a few questions and much thanks for those who answer.

    1. I have had a H1-B in 2002, but I did not get a stamping. I quit my job and went back to school. I'm out of school now, do not have an OPT (second masters) and worried about the cap.
    I heard that people who have held H1-B's in the past do not come under the cap. Is this true?

    2. A company is interested in hiring me but only in the muiddle of August (they want to conduct a few more interviews). The cap would most likely be reached by then. Do I have any other options?

    Much worried.
    You are exempt from the H1B cap if you have/had H1B visa in 2002 for some time and have been staying in US legally till now. If you have been out of US for more than a year, then you are counted against the H1B cap. But, I assume you were on F1 during the past few years and never stayed out of US for more than a year. So, you should be eligible for 6 years H1B minus the time you were on H1 during 2002 (even though adv degree cap gets filled). I would suggest you to talk to an immigration attorney or the attorneys/HR of the company that you might be joining in August.
    Good luck


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  • immi_enthu
    08-10 05:03 PM
    I am happy to share with you all that I applied my 485 on 1 week of June and it got approved today.

    My PD was dec 2005. eb3. India.

    Thought i would share with you all.:)

    but all this mustang can do is f*rt . Did you guys notice the 'oo00 ' in the ID :D

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  • trueguy
    08-04 06:12 PM
    Nopes. No refund.

    After a month or so when they pick your EAD/AP applications, they will send you a denial notice for EAD/AP bcoz you don't have a pending I-485 at that time.


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  • indio0617
    09-28 05:04 PM
    I am sure USCIS will break this law on numerous counts on Oct 1st as all the July 2nd filers will have past 90 days on that day.

    They have already got around it. They ARE NOT receipting the applications on the actual date they receive them. They are stamping the received dates only when they 'enter' it into their system.

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  • watzgc
    03-05 06:31 PM
    Please help me out with my question.

    My H1B Visa and I-94 thant came along with the paperwork is valid from 03/2006 thru 03/2009. this would be my 1st 3 years.

    I reentered the country in 12/06 and my passport then was expiring by 05/07. So the immigration officer stamped the I-94 that i recieved in the flight, filled out the back of the card with my EAC # and Employer name and then wrote on the stamp

    (validity of ppt)"

    i just saw this today 03/05/08....somebody please tell me they know what to do in this case....
    1)should i leave the country and surrender it and pretend like nothing happened? would it be very risky?
    2) should i inform my employer....i know they will freakout and ask me to stop working till this is sorted out
    3) do i need to file for an extention?
    4)do i need some sort of petition?

    much appreciated

    1. you have renew ur passport
    2.file for extension quickly

    one of my friend was in same situation and he did the same thing.


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  • syedajmal
    07-11 08:08 AM
    I have been in the same situation where I had switched from a H1 to H4 and when I got a job the lawyer just applied for the H1 as it was counted. ( I really believed I needed a new one) . I got it approved. So she is fine with just a transfer.

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  • pellucid
    04-05 03:31 PM
    America embraces foreign-born ballplayers, but not engineers, much to the
    dismay of big business, says Fortune's Marc Gunther.

    By Marc Gunther, Fortune senior writer

    NEW YORK (Fortune) -- Imagine if the baseball season had begun this week
    without such foreign-born stars as Albert Pujols, David Ortiz, Justin
    Morneau and the latest Japanese import, pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka and his
    mysterious "gyroball."

    It wouldn't be as much fun, would it? Fans want to see the most skilled
    players compete - immigrants and Americans.

    So why is it that people don't want skilled immigrants to compete for jobs
    in the multibillion-dollar technology industry?

    They view these immigrants as a threat. CNN anchor Lou Dobbs argues
    permitting more educated, foreign-born engineers, scientists and teachers
    into the country would force many qualified American workers out of the job

    That may be true in baseball, where the number of jobs on big league rosters
    is fixed. That's not necessarily so in technology, where people with skills
    and ambition help expand job opportunities. Immigrants helped start Sun
    Microsystems, Intel (Charts), Yahoo! (Charts), eBay (Charts) and Google (
    Charts). Would America be better off if they'd stayed home?

    "This is not about filling jobs that would go to Americans," says Robert
    Hoffman, an Oracle (Charts) vice president and co-chair of a business
    coalition called Compete America, which favors allowing more skilled workers
    into the United States. "This is important to create jobs. It's not a zero
    sum game."

    This week, as it happens, is not just opening week of the baseball season.
    It's the week when employers rush to apply for the limited number of visas,
    called H-1B visas, that became available on April 1 to allow them to
    temporarily hire educated, foreign-born workers. This year, Congress has
    allowed 65,000 of these H-1B visas, plus another 20,000 for foreign-born
    students who earn advanced degrees from U.S. universities. After obtaining
    guest-worker visas, employees can then seek green cards that allow them to
    stay in the United States

    FedEx and UPS did a brisk business last weekend because the visas are
    awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The first 65,000 are already
    gone. The 20,000 earmarked for graduates of U.S. universities will be
    distributed in a month or two, experts say.

    This makes it very hard for companies to hire foreign-born graduates of the
    U.S.'s top schools. More than half the graduate students in science and
    engineering at U.S. universities were born overseas.

    "It's sending a signal to the best international students that they may not
    want to make their career in the United States," says Stuart Anderson,
    executive director of the National Foundation for American Policy, a
    research group. (Anderson, an immigration specialist, also wrote a study of
    baseball and immigration that's available here as a PDF file.)

    Expanding H1-B visas is a top priority for U.S. tech firms. Bill Gates,
    Microsoft's (Charts) chairman, told Congress last month: "I cannot overstate
    the importance of overhauling our high-skilled immigration system....
    Unfortunately, our immigration policies are driving away the world's best
    and brightest precisely when we need them most."

    CNN's Lou Dobbs was unimpressed. "The Gates plan would force many qualified
    American workers right out of the job market," he fretted on the air after
    Gates testified. "There's something wrong when a man as smart as Bill Gates
    advances an elitist agenda, without regard to the impact that he's having on
    working men and women in this country."

    It's not just Dobbs. Internet bulletin boards and blogs are filled with
    complaints about foreign-born engineers. The U.S. branch of the Institute of
    Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the leading society of engineers,
    brought about 60 engineers to Washington last month to ask for reforms to
    the H-1B program. IEEE-USA supports a bill proposed by Senators Dick Durbin,
    an Illinois Democrat, and Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, that is
    designed to crack down on companies that use the guest worker program to
    displace Americans from jobs.

    As it happens, most of the largest users of the H1-B program are not
    American companies but foreign firms that want to move jobs out of the
    United States. Seven of the 10 firms that requested the most H1-B visas in
    2006 were outsourcing firms based in India, which use the visas to train
    workers in the United States before they are rotated home, according to Ron
    Hira, an engineer who teaches public policy at the Rochester Institute of
    Technology. Indian outsourcing firms Wipro and Infosys were the two top
    requestors of H1-B visas.

    In a paper for the Economic Policy Institute, Hira says that expanding H-1B
    visas without improving controls will "lead to more offshore outsourcing of
    jobs, displacement of American technology workers (and) decreased wages and
    job opportunities" for Americans. He told me: "Bill Gates talks about how
    you are shutting out $100,000-a-year software engineers. But if you look at
    the median wage for new H1-B workers, it's closer to $50,000."

    Asked about that, Jack Krumholtz, who runs Microsoft's Washington office,
    said the average salary for Microsoft's H1-B workers is more than $109,000,
    and that the company spends another $10,000 to $15,000 per worker applying
    for the visas and helping workers apply for green cards. "We only hire
    people who we want to have on our team for the long run," he said.

    It seems clear that Microsoft - along with Oracle, Intel, Hewlett Packard
    and other members of the Compete America coalition - do not use the guest
    worker program to hire cheap labor. They just want to hire the best
    engineers, many of whom are foreign born.

    So what to do? Everyone seems to agree that the H1-B program needs fixing. (
    Even Hira, the critic, says the United States should absorb more high-
    skilled immigrants.) Whether Congress can fix it is questionable. The guest-
    worker program is tied up in the debate over broader immigration reforms.

    But guess what? Just last year, Congress passed the Compete Act of 2006,
    which stands (sort of) for "Creating Opportunities for Minor League
    Professions, Entertainers and Teams through Legal Entry." Yes, that law made
    it easier for baseball teams to get visas for foreign-born minor league

    If the government can fix the problem for baseball, surely it can do so for
    technology, too.


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  • MYGCBY2010
    07-27 03:03 PM
    The job order will contain the job description. This will be in the Labor Application. Usually when a 140 is being applied, the employer will provide you the job order and tell you to ensure your experience letters are in line with the Job order.

    You will need the 140 number. See if you can get it somehow. Since it belongs to the employer, I doubt you can get the number by calling USCIS.

    The 485 is yours and you should get a receipt. With this receipt, you can invoke AC21 without any problems. You will not need copies of Labor or 140.

    But to Invoke AC21 and for subsequent adjudication of 485 without issues, nature of the Job should be same or similiar. What are the options by which I could find my Job nature.. Since I don't have a labour copy or i-140 info.. Any inputs ?

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  • BMS1
    11-05 08:32 AM
    Hopefully, you guys and other new H1-B guys coming to US and yet to file for green card, get frustrated enough about getting locked to an employer and inability of the spouse to get employed and join IV in large enough numbers to bring the "Ability-to-file-I485-during-retrogression" to the top priority where it once was.


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  • snathan
    05-29 09:17 PM
    Get a good attorney to solve this issue as practically speaking, you were out of status from period of 2006-2008 as your Company A's Approval overrided your university H1.

    USCIS is expecting that you submitted Company A's Approval for transfer instead of University's H1B Approval

    This is not a legal advise. Please get in touch with a immigration attorney.

    I dont think is correct and its misleading. I dont think one company's H1 approval will override other H1B.

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  • lvinaykumar
    04-22 03:42 PM
    Wow , that is really cool. and really fast Congrats.....and good luck

    Today my wifes attorney informed her that her H1 was selected, non masters, non premium process. He also provided her a WAC number


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  • MYGCBY2010
    07-27 03:03 PM
    The job order will contain the job description. This will be in the Labor Application. Usually when a 140 is being applied, the employer will provide you the job order and tell you to ensure your experience letters are in line with the Job order.

    You will need the 140 number. See if you can get it somehow. Since it belongs to the employer, I doubt you can get the number by calling USCIS.

    The 485 is yours and you should get a receipt. With this receipt, you can invoke AC21 without any problems. You will not need copies of Labor or 140.

    But to Invoke AC21 and for subsequent adjudication of 485 without issues, nature of the Job should be same or similiar. What are the options by which I could find my Job nature.. Since I don't have a labour copy or i-140 info.. Any inputs ?

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  • milind70
    04-01 05:58 PM
    I checked my status online today (4/1/2008) and this is what it says:

    "On December 13, 2007, the post office returned the notice we last sent you on this case I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS as undeliverable. This may have serious effects on processing this case. Please call 1-800-375-5283 to update your mailing address for this notice to be re-sent."

    I had subscribed to email notification, but I didn't get any email in december :confused: . It has been 3.5 months since that notice.. So I am little tensed.

    My Situation:

    PD - Feb-2005
    Labor - Approved
    I-140 - Approved

    I-485 - Address mistake, filed the address correction on 9/18/2008 and got the confirmation in the mail that the address was changed.

    I immediately called the number listed and opened a SR for this. The CSR said he cannot look at my file to see what address is listed. I am not sure how I can get to a Level 2 IO ?

    So I am not sure, what notice was sent and where ? Is there anything else I can do ? Will InfoPass help ?

    I am thinking that it might be the FP appointment but I am not sure.


    I and my wife had applied online for our EADs in Nov2007 , we got our EAD RN in a week time but in Jan i got FP notice for EAD and Jan 19 2008 my EAD got approved and mailed as per the online status , but when i checked for my wifes status it said notice returned undeliverable . My wife wrote to to the service centre with copies of her 485 FP, EAD RN which had the same address as well as a copy of the EAD application showing the same address as well as to the local Post Office as to why this was returned as undeliverable when all the other notices were fine . We did fedex these applications overnight and two days the online status changed as card approved and she got her EAD on Jan 30th or so.
    I would suggest if this is a mistake of USPS who have returned the notice even though the address is correct write to USCIS with copies of earlier notices with the same address and request them to resend and to USPS asking as to why the notice was returned as underlivered where as earlier other notices were delivered.
    It worked for us , we did not get into the hassle of calling Customer Support and taking infopass and going to Local office as these are pretty cumbersome and time consuming. It did cost us 14 dollars for express mail via USPS but apart from that it was fine and it worked. Hope our experience helps


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  • Krilnon
    03-06 10:21 PM
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  • kumarc123
    05-11 09:50 AM
    I think the only language that US understands is lawsuit otherwise everything is unfair. You can see that is why there is a lawsuit culture here. Every agency govt and non govt tries to cheat you be it car rental agency, be it movers be it USCIS. By default everything is taken moral in US unless proven by lawsuit or dictated by law.

    Even if we loose lawsuit, it will make impact in the sense that the issue will get a lot of publicity. I am willing to donate to IV but not for nothing, not for flowers, not protests not for this forum either, I am willing to donate if there is some rigid action to be taken like a lawsuit.

    I agree with you 100% over there, I am up for a lawsuit and a rally. Problem is, so many of the members here are all talk and no walk (Not IV Core members, no disrespect to them). I have sent so many letters,made soo many calls, specially at the time when Lofgreen was talking about recapture of visa numbers. In the end I got frusturated.

    Illegals are better than us, imagine if EAD had not happened? A lot of members would be united to fight the cause.

    Unification is very important. Above all doing something big rather than just talking about it!

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  • Imm_Exploited
    07-23 02:15 AM

    I cannot agree with you more. The God-damn Labor Sub was the one of the main causes for the torturous retrogression of EB-based PDs.

    Some one correct me if I am wrong; the majority of members on these forums are from India and no one can convince me that this GC wait is NOT absurd.

    If the US is benefited from the skilled employees from India and they are not scared of these highly skilled personnel from overtaking the white Americans, starting their own businesses and demanding more moolah for their skills, they would have opened up the GC gates long back.

    Free Market My Foot!! If the US did not have me as a bonded slave (read H1B + pending EB status) since last six years, I would have been a millionaire here like any other high school graduate could be. The laws for immigrants here are more stringent than those that are prevalent in communist China.

    And one last thing, please nobody advise me to go back home because I am here in the US since it is worse in India. This is a nation of immigrants, and we all should sustain and reiterate it, time and again.

    Sincerely - IE

    02-23 12:52 AM

    Recently, I applied for H1 extension (change of employer) at Mumbai COnsulate. The Visa officer said all my documents are good but still issued me a yellow form that says that administrative process is required for my case. She gave me back my passport and the yellow form. The application is pending.

    I have a valid EAD and AP. Is it possible for me to abandon the H1 process and enter US on EAD and AP.

    I am looking for legal expertise here.


    Well, yes you can certainly abandon H-1 process & come back on EAD/AP. However, I would try some other consulate first like Hyderabad or Delhi. I believe since you have gone for H-1 extension, you can go to pretty much any consulate in India.

    My friend was issued a yellow form 221g or something @ Toronto Consulate. He went to Delhi & got his visa stamped. No questions asked.

    But you should wait to check if its PIMS delay. PIMS delays are generally resolved in 2 -3weeks.

    08-23 11:19 AM
    "Anything that can possibly go wrong Does"


    make your best efforts then hope for the best.
    that is the better line......

    what will happen will. no point expecting the worst. good things happen to those that do their best. we make our own destinies...hey i could go on all day...

    let's do the needful. come to DC. help with rally preparations
    if you don't have a local chapter- help organize one. otherwise join your chapter!

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