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  • arc
    04-14 09:50 AM
    You know these reporting back, reistating the status, etc takes lots of effort, money and time. I hate this kind of things. Why the hell we should pay for somebody's mistake?

    On a side note:
    If someone returns this kind of mistake-GC, then what will happen to the visa number? Will it get reclaimed and reused or go wasted?

    The person I know who got GC before the PD was current, debated for sometime asked his lawyer etc... but it was whoever's mistake, they have got to honor it... he decided to keep the GC act dumb and njoy life.:D.. by the way even if you get a GC when PD is current they reserve the right to revoke... check with lawyer and decide for yourself !!!

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  • kun
    08-03 11:14 PM
    I am a July 2nd filer. I called up USCIS and the customer service rep said I have cleared namecheck. Not received my GC yet.

    PD Jan 05

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  • vinoddas
    07-29 08:58 PM
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  • Mayday
    04-03 07:21 PM
    You may be rejected to re-enter, as well as you may have your green card application declined based on this unlawful presence.

    You should leave the USA on or before the date on your I-94 or have I-94 extended. Actually your employer must have done that.

    Border patrol officer was at mistake to stamp that date on I-94 in the first place, but you should be aware of this and notify your employer so they could take action. Actually, I believe, you could get a new I-94 right away.

    You need another lawyer on this issue if you are really concerned about filing green card application in the future. 3 years bar may not be that bad actually to make your green card happen sooner.

    I would look into a possibility of complaint about border patrol officer improper posting however I am not sure if it may help.


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  • gcseeker2002
    02-12 05:17 PM

    employer's attorney claims that there is no such thing as H4 premium processing.

    Can anyone point me to the correct memo where Premium filing was made available for I-539 applications?

    I searched all Mathew-Oh updates dated one year ago and can't locate it.

    I need to get that h4 under premium ASAP so that I can transfer to H1 in April.

    Can anyone please help?
    My company cries about the costs for regular process, forget premium process , so i dont know.

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  • antihero
    11-26 01:15 PM
    You won't have any issue with Indian Emigration officials in India. They are well aware of advanced parole as a means of entry to US.

    Thanks for encouraging words. So can you confirm that the reentry to US does not require any other visa if one is carrying I-485 receipt and AP?

    Also, can somebody who traveled in such a share the experience with me?


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  • anu_t
    06-17 12:20 PM
    I am in the same boat too. Only difference is that I have formally accepted the offer and it's in the same corporation (but different legal entity).

    My lawyer recommended that I have three options

    1) Start over and recapture your PD. She mentioned that this is the cleanest option.

    2) Apply for 485 from your old job and then move to the other job after six months

    3) Move to the new job but apply for your 485 from your old job.However, you will need to move back to your old job once you get your Green Card.

    I believe Option 3 is the best for all of you. Try contacting your old employers to see if they can file for your 485. That said, once your complete your six months after applying for 485, you can technically move. Now I am not sure if this will work, but can we not move into another company at more apparent time before the actual receipt of the Green Card. Also, given the severe retrogression expected, it may be a long wait and this move may potentially not have to happen for a while.

    Please note the above is my opinion and you will need to consult your own lawyers.

    How come option 1 will work if the law passes? First you have to apply for the labour and then only u can capture the old pd.
    But we even can't apply for the labour so there is no point in capturing the old pd. Am I making the valid point here? Correct me if I am wrong.

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  • xyz2005
    08-08 07:55 PM
    My H1 has been denied on Master's quota as I filed for H1 in April and I graduated in May. The reason for denial is that "on notice day, I was not graduate'.

    My EAD will be expiring in May 2008 and even If I apply for New H1 in next April, I can not start working till October 2008.

    In this bad situation, what are the option I have not to leave the country. Please advise as soon as possible

    Based on my limited knowledge and what I have can join some community college during that time to do some short course in order for you to NOT GO OUT Of STATUS and this acts as a bridge. I think during this short course period you would have to go back to F1 and then convert from F1 to H1. The other thing is to go out of the country and re-enter again on H1. These are the only two options coming to my mind. But wait the third and more realistic option would be to find a position in any University related to your profession as then you are out of H1b quota. Good luck and warm regards


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  • new_gc_guy
    03-26 09:00 AM
    well - not hooters... but a good selection of indian movies and shows to watch.

    and... games !

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  • gsc999
    06-29 01:41 AM
    Sure. Tell me exactly day and time. I will make sure I am miles away from that. I just don't want to be identified with the "amnesty bill" since that is getting increasingly unpopular these days.
    Yes, once "They" identify "You" the consequences can be severe.:rolleyes:
    Beware! Big Brother is watching.

    That is the reason I didn't support the US soccer team at World Cup.
    US team is so unpopular in Europe :p Given a choice between popularity and doing the right thing, I guess popularity always wins :D

    Hilarious! Couldn't resist :o


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  • anishNewbie
    09-10 02:54 PM
    hello every1,

    I was wondering how many of you are here who had applied their labor with MS + 0 years of experience for EB2 category..

    Could you please shed some light on your profile and current standing in GC process ??

    Thank youu....

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  • michael_trs
    05-14 04:48 PM
    Ok. I understand that if I state Master's + 3 or 5 years experience for Software Engineer position I need to answer NO to H14 "requirements normal for the occupation?" because it exceeds SVP. Agree?

    Now the question is does it automatically lead to audit?


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  • visafreedom
    07-03 02:09 AM
    Please read, sign and observe

    To: U,S. Congress American Government

    USCIS/DOS has made fun of a set of highly skilled immigrant workers of America. They issued a bulletin in June 2007 ( declaring all classes of employment-based visa priority dates current from July 1, 2007 and then pulled the carpet under everyone's feet by issuing a bulletin in July 2007 ( which declared all July applications ineligible.

    The June bulletin caused a frenzy of activity amongst the applicants which ranged from applicants cancelling their travel plans and rushing to file their petitions to applicants tying the nuptial knot and cancelling their plans of higher studies. This act is mockery and disrespect of such skilled workers, causing them huge emotional and mental trauma. It also represents a huge economic loss in terms of time and resources consumed for readiness in filing the applications that involved the individuals, their employers and the attorneys representing them.

    As a mark of protest we would like to observe July 13, 2007 as "NO WORK DAY". We demand justice from America and the American Governement. We believe our voices will only be heard when our presence (and importance) is made conspicuous by our absence. So, all those who believe in this are urged to refrain from going to work on Friday July 13, 2007.


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  • pappu
    07-01 08:21 PM
    Let me tell you one thing, "You've got guts, buddy", Congrats on the bold move. not many people dare to do that.

    Can he do so? - Theoratically yes, practically: highly unlikely.
    if he is a typical consulting guy with less than 50 emps, he won't do it, because such employers almost always make "adjustments" that puts them in extremely weak spot during such law suits. here are some examples:
    - a guy was laid off, his new employer sent him on a project even before filing for his H1 transfer
    -many consulting companies do not pay salary while the guy is on "bench"
    - they many times knowingly/unknowingly commit tax/accounting fraud or regulatory mistakes that can cause serius consequences

    - a friend of mine was interrviewed by a client and when the result was positive, his new would be employer called him at a McDonalds and asked him to sign the contract right there (within 30 minute of meeting), and my friend did. Now most people won't see anything wrong in here. but a lawyer told me that my friend was not given enough time to read/understand a legal document and to talk to a lawyer ideally enough time is about 2 weeks. How many small consulting companies give 2 weeks when the interview at client is clear?

    In your case, the end client is not your employer's client. Ask him to show the contract between him and the end client.

    bottom line of the story is: there are many defenses that one can play and win the case and/or even put the employer in trouble. That's why most small employers don't do much beyond sending a lawyer's notice (just to scare you enough to write down a check). A real nasty guy can even go one step further and file a law suit only to withdraw it later if you decide to fiight it.

    Good luck buddy!

    We do see such threads on the forum occasionally. There are several instances where members have posted negative comments about consulting companies and how employees are unhappy working for them.

    I want to understand the reasons why people are not filing lawsuits against such companies yet? Why are we not reporting them to DOL and USCIS? Especially after filing I485 and expiry of 6 months, people are in a better position to file lawsuits against such employers.

    IV can help only if people are willing to be helped and ready to take action.

    If this system needs to be cleansed, then why aren't we doing it?


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  • champu
    03-12 09:46 PM
    Thank you all. I hope this year all of you would also sail through this tough journey.

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  • tuhin
    07-17 11:04 PM
    Thanks again folks... I will get in touch with a lawyer and let y'all know what I learn.


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  • pal351
    11-21 04:49 PM
    Hi Friends,
    You may answered this so many times but I missed.. Please some tell me, How much is the Fee for AP Renewal? and Required Docs for the Papaer Filing.

    I filed my I 485 on July 24th 2007


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  • jnraajan
    03-29 04:13 PM
    hi Munna,
    thanks for your reply. you said no effect on your GC. but once I-140 with drawn then how can USCIS process 485? can you please eloborate.

    Usually in that instance, you should receive a NOID from the USCIS. It goes to your lawyer. Which is why, if you are absolutely sure that your employer will revoke the I-140, it is better to file for AC21 with your own lawyer.(Not the company lawyer). In such a case, even if USCIS sends a notice to deny, it will reach your lawyer rather than the company's lawyer

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  • gc4arun
    08-03 09:41 PM
    Yes. I'm July 2nd Filer at TSC and Still waiting. Any Examples that TSC is processing Apps. from July 3rd ... There might be 1000's still waiting who filed on July 2nd.

    I am waiting as well:) EAD abt to expire, not used though.Keeping my fingers crossed, and opened 2nd service request after 45 days of the first SR( did not receive any email for first one) and no response and took infopass appt for 5th august Do not know if NC etc has been cleared or not

    05-03 06:59 PM
    "" to me
    show details Apr 30 (3 days ago)

    Dear Mr. Amin:

    Thank you for contacting me regarding immigration and border security. I appreciate receiving your views on these important issues.

    Our immigration system is broken and needs reform. I believe an effective immigration policy must include comprehensive border security and comprehensive immigration reform. We must secure our borders against real threats from terrorism and protect U.S. workers, while preserving the freedoms and principles on which our nation was founded. We must address reforms realistically, stem the tide of illegal immigrants entering the country and be fair to those who are here legally.

    I support comprehensive border security reform. I voted in favor of an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2007 Defense Appropriations Act (P.L.109-289) that appropriated $1.83 billion to construct 370 miles of triple-layered fencing and 461 miles of vehicle barriers along the southwest border of our country. I also supported an amendment to the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief (P.L.109-13) that provided $390 million to hire an additional 650 border patrol agents, 250 immigration investigators, and 168 immigration enforcement agents and deportation officers, as well as to fund an additional 2,000 detention beds for immigration enforcement purposes.

    I believe any reform must protect U.S. workers. For this reason, I voted in favor of an amendment to the Fair Minimum Wage Act (H.R.2) that would bar employers who violate immigration laws by hiring undocumented workers from receiving federal government contracts for up to 10 years. The Fair Minimum Wage Act passed the Senate on February 1, 2007, and must now be considered by a House-Senate conference committee to reconcile the differences between the Senate and House versions of the bill. I believe it is important to ensure that employers hire only those legally eligible to work and that employees are treated fairly. I support a broad-based Electronic Employment Verification (EEV) system, which builds upon the existing voluntary pilot program, to increase the reliability of employment authorization checks. In the 109th Congress, I supported a number of worker protection amendments to the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act (S.2611). I voted in favor of an amendment that would have established a true prevailing wage for all occupations to ensure that U.S. workers� wages are not lowered as a result of the guest worker program, and I supported an amendment that would have required employers to make good faith efforts to recruit U.S. workers first. S.2611 passed the Senate by a bipartisan vote of 62-36. Unfortunately, S.2611 was blocked by the House because of opposition to the immigration provisions in the Senate bill. The bill was not passed before the end of the 109th Congress.

    Comprehensive immigration reform must remove the �magnet� that has attracted millions of people to cross the border illegally. We should not provide amnesty, but instead permit currently undocumented workers to earn the right to obtain legal status over a long period of time, under restrictive conditions, including being required to pay fees and back taxes. These individuals would be required to apply through the same immigration process as everyone else and take their place in line behind all those whose applications are pending. I will continue to work with my colleagues in the Senate toward effective solutions that address our nation�s real immigration problems. Without a comprehensive approach to immigration reform, our current problems with illegal immigration will likely continue.

    Thank you again for contacting me.

    Carl Levin

    CC to senator_levin
    show details 7:36 pm (1 minute ago)

    Respected Sir,

    I wanted to bring to your attention the woes of immigrants who are legally here in U.S. Specifically, the high-skilled workers who are experiencing decade-long waits to get Green Cards (the employment based Green Cards). There are approximately half a million such people in U.S. today whose lives are in limbo as they wait to get their Green Cards. I encourage you to visit, an organization comprising of such people who are lobbying the Congress to help get some relief urgently.

    The focus of immigration reform has solely been on illegal immigration. What is not so well understood is that the fate of legal immigrants has been tied with that of the illegal immigrants (because there is just one bill that the Congress will debate - CIR/STRIVE). It is ironic that if this bill does not pass, legal immigrants would be left hanging in the dark again, even when there is bi-partisan support for their cause!

    The waiting times for getting an employment-based (EB) Green Card (GC) are increasing each day for nationals of all countries. But especially hard-hit are people from India and China, whose waiting times are expected to increase to 10-15 years, if the current trend continues. The demand for EB-GC keeps increasing because over the last decade an average of about 100,000 skilled workers have joined the U.S. work-force each year (using H-1B visa, and graduating foreign students), but only 50,000 new employment-based Green Cards are issued. U.S. issues 140,000 EB GC but even family members are counted-off from this quota, which thus effectively reduces to about one-third. Therefore, each year about 50,000 skilled workers join the queue for a Green Card.

    Once the wait for a Green Card starts, all major life-decisions are influenced by the Green Card application process. Decisions about traveling abroad, marrying, investing, kids' education, and changing cities are then based on the stage in which one's GC application is. The biggest impact of the wait is on the person's professional career. Once the process starts, changing jobs usually means re-filing for a GC, implying that the person starts from the end of the line again. Even promotions within the same company are not without risks, as any change in job descriptions necessitates refilling the application. So a person waiting for a GC is expected to remain in the same job with the same company and without any substantial increase (or decrease) in pay! The skilled worker therefore lives life in constant limbo.

    The psychological impact of being stuck and being treated as less than equal, even while paying all taxes (including SS and Medicare, to which they are not even entitled to without becoming permanent residents) is immense.

    Your help is very much needed to eliminate this unfair backlog and reform the system, so that no innocent and law abiding person should suffer anymore. Your kind reply is very valuable to me.

    I appreciate your time and help.


    Above is the email conversation beween me and Senetor Levine. He seems to be in support for Legal immigration, but is against Amnesty.
    My reply here is basically a nice written post by a fellow member here (Eternal_hope).
    So credit for writing goes to him.
    A similar reply was sent to senetor Debbie Stabenow (Michigan too)

    Please comment......

    03-16 03:40 PM
    Need your opinion on this.. filed for I-485 on EB2 in July 07. I am the primary applicant. I have been married since May '04. Need to apply for a divorce. My wife, a derivative in my application, is holding up the process as it may affect her chances of getting a GC without any sweat. She has an parallel GC process running solely in her name, which I believe hasnt cleared PERM yet (some sort of audit). She is on H1B, extendable for another 3 years, and has EAD from my GC application. Will there be any implications on her application if the divorce goes through? And also, can I out of spite do anything to get her derivative application out of the queue :rolleyes: ?

    If your wife is using EAD based on a 485 that was filed as your dependent, then her 485 and her EAD will be lost if you withdraw her 485. I dont think you need to get a divorce for that. However, I think if you get her 485 withdrawn, then something tells me that your divorce process will accelerate.

    If she is not using the EAD that came out of 485 filed with your 485, and if she is using H1 that is getting extended based on her own separate labor/GC process, then she may be unaffected by whatever you do - divorce her, withdraw her 485, or do both.

    Also, if you divorce her, then there is no way that the 485 that was filed along with your 485 will be useful. That dependent 485 is no good to her if you are divorced.

    I think your whole mixing of immigration and marital situation is complicating things. If you want to get divorced, get divorced. There is going to be enough pain on both sides during and after the divorce. Dont add to your work by engaging immigration issues with it.

    Also, in most states, in order get a divorce, you have to have lived in that state for minimum of 6 months. And you need to wait 90 - 180 days between filing for divorce and actually getting that divorce. If there are custody battles, battles over property, money then it could be longer. If you own a house, then the house may be considered marital property and she and you would have equal right to the equity in the house, even if its only your name on the title and even if you are the only one making payments. It , of course, depends on your state. In some states, if the house is in your name, then its yours even if you are married.

    Even amicable divorces are messy, painful and tiring. So if you have time and energy after going thru all that, then you may think about screwing your spouse out of immigration benefits that she got by being married to you.

    By the way, no one can stop or "HOLD UP" your divorce. If you want to start the divorce process, you can start it at any time. I dont think any state allows one spouse to "HOLD UP" divorce if the other one wants to get out of a marriage. It can be prolonged by fighting over money, custody, visitation rights etc. But to start the process, you have to file a petition in your county and get your spouse "served" the petition.

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