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  • nozerd
    01-20 11:54 AM
    Yesterday after a long time I was reading the Labor cert section on I havent felt the need to read that section since my LC was approved in October 2005.
    I was amazed at the number of EB3 cases being approved with PD's in 01 and 02 as well as EB2 cases in 02 and 03.
    No doubt dates arent moving. More and more ppl are choking the pipeline. We are screwed if numbers arent increased.

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  • monkeyman
    10-11 01:00 PM
    I do not if I had the same situation as yours - however, this is what happened to me:

    1. I completed the Masters in 2003 - all course work and required credits by fall of 2003. PD for the LC was on Oct 28, 2003. I skipped the convocation ceremony (due to lack of funds) - yes, I lived on Campbell soup for 3 months. Initially, I had planned on attending it - however, circumstances changed. After some work, I got the degree on March 2004.

    I got an RFE saying I wasn't eligible because I got my Masters after I applied for Labor. So first of all I got the letter from the dean of the university detailing the chronological events of credits completion and a justification for getting the late degree (stating about convocation and missing it). The lawyer drafted a response and referred to the dates in the letter issued by the dean and dates on when the credits were issued citing the administrative delays on my part.

    Put it all together and send it and I-140 got rejected after 3 months. Then we opened a MTR and resend the package again and everything went through. Its not a death blow, but it involves quite a bit of running around to get a letter from the university and then have the dean approve it.

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  • meridiani.planum
    09-21 11:16 PM
    Hi, I am from India and applied for GC under priority date is 01-21-2-2007.I filed concurrently I-140 and I-485 in july 2007. got my EAD and using it.EAD is valid for one more year.I-485 is still pending. my wife have filed a case against me in India.The indian court issued non bailable arrest warrent against me. I am not going to India to attend the court proceedings.Now the proceedings and non bailable arrest warrent against me is pending in indian court since 2 years. my indian passport has impounded by ministry of external affairs, India. The interpol in india has sent extradition papers to Interpol, washington D.C. there is no red corner notice issued against me. my questions are:

    1. if My wife informs USCIS that the court proceedings and non bailable warrents are pending against me in Indian court, and my passport was also impounded by gove of india, does the USCIS reject my green card?

    2) as my record is with interpol, washington D.c , when FBI name checks happens, does FBI find my name in interpol data base and inform USCIS about it?

    3) As I applied green card based on my Indian passport, when my passport is under inpounded status , does USCIS consider my passport status to issue gC?.

    Kindly advise me.
    Thanks in advance.

    you need to sort out this case asap. If not for the FBI namecheck, then you can also get stuck at any time with Interpol (Getting a GC is not going to avoid a deportation).
    If your case is approved without an interview, you dont need the passport right there, but if called for interview you will need it.
    You cant travel anywhere without that passport, and for all other proofs related to status or immigration also you need both teh passport as well as the GC.
    Also, depending on what you have done, you might even already be disqualified for a GC:
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  • eb3retro
    02-04 04:36 PM
    has anyone requested USCIS to send AP via Fedex/UPS?

    I am thinking of sending USCIS a Fedex return envelope so that they can use that instead of regular USPS mail.

    has anyone done this successfully?

    would help me a lot


    whats so urgent about this?


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  • sathishav
    06-01 09:03 AM
    This is true for most full time positions. I used to work for Wachovia and after merger with Wells Fargo they even withdrew approved I-140s, refused to file responses for perm audits and off course start new GC process. I left after working from them for 5 years. Idea is not to scare you, but just be careful. As someone adviced above, give you best shot in interviews and once you have an offer ask them to confirm in writing that they will process GC in EB2 immediately on joining. Dont join if they dont give you firm assurance. And once you join, start working on this process immediately.

    Can't agree more. That is the issue with large companies. If you have a very, very unique skill set and your Manager is very strong that helps. Even that is out of the window in case of acquisition's/bankruptcies (don't see both happening to Oracle though). They even withdraw H1, if you have filed one after layoff.

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  • sk2009
    07-28 03:38 PM
    mine is EB3-I PD Dec 2004 , there was hard LUD on 27th july 2008 on my approved 140 and even recieved email from uscis


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  • pmgthj
    03-14 09:38 PM
    bbct, I filed my I-485 with NSC originally, but it was transfered to local office last month for interview.

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  • TomPlate
    07-11 02:09 PM
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  • Kitiara
    08-16 06:25 AM
    Duh... Guess I haven't woken up properly yet! Now I re-read all the posts, you're absolutely correct. Oops.

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  • kishdam
    10-18 05:08 PM
    My employer is not giving me copy of Labour certificate. I know all numbers. Do I need a copy of AC21

    I'm not an expert but thru these forums got the understanding that you dont need a copy of labor cert (if you have its even better). Most employers dont share that anyway - except maybe the desi consulting companies (we may not like them but sometimes for GC purposes I feel that they are ideal companies - atleast they understand what we are talking about).

    Regarding I140 - I am not sure but saw conficting opinions - some thought its OK even without a copy of this one too but some suggested its better to get one. In any case having the case numbers would help I guess.

    Is I485 receipt may be needed.


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  • pappu
    12-05 08:24 AM
    That's true for my case. My labor certification was denied once due to the naive aknowledge of my para-legal attorney. It caused my LC was delay 1 year then I was stuck by Retrogression. Again at filing I-485, if I have not carefully studied the immi laws and reviewed my case, my attorney might mess it up. Many times I found my non-professional, clumsy knowledge on Immi laws is even better than my para-legal attorney

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  • gc_check
    04-28 03:58 PM
    I would like to post a positive answer, but the fact is "it does not" . Unless the "DO Noting" Congress Does something - no relief soon. If you are young and in EB3 (with '08) PD, Use this time to earn a higher degree if possible and at some point in future, it might help you apply under the E2 or E1 category.


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  • anu_t
    08-05 01:43 PM
    Oh. How I wish it becomes true. But then there will be another line. :)

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  • simple1
    06-03 05:57 PM
    Again Fake question.

    Arent you guys tired of asking these fake questions ? Get a life that is worth living.

    Hi All,
    My company applied 485 and h1b. I am in AOS status and having EAD. My company laid off me on March and they are not revoke my h1b and 140(they may hire me back once get new job). Mean time shall i work hourly job and get around $1200 per month with same job description with using my EAD(new company will run payroll and W2). Also i am keep looking permanent full time job with my higher salary.

    For the hourly job they asking to fill I-9(employment eligibility verification will inform USCIS). On that form asking my A# with EAD expiration date.

    Is there a chance USCIS will know my hourly job?. My concern - this hourly job will create a problem for my GC process (chance to get REF) because rate is low

    Please give me your valuable suggestion



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  • sargon
    09-23 02:10 PM
    And how to you differentiate between soft lud and very soft lud?:o

    soft LUD on a case 1 no. ahead of you or 1 no. behind you = very soft LUD on your case. Isn't everybody is smart enough to calculate the formula for very-raised-to-the-power-of-n soft LUD now.

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  • purgan
    01-06 11:20 PM
    What the failure to pass the Appropriations bills means to American science...


    January 7, 2007
    Congressional Budget Delay Stymies Scientific Research

    The failure of Congress to pass new budgets for the current fiscal year has produced a crisis in science financing that threatens to close major facilities, delay new projects and leave thousands of government scientists out of work, federal and private officials say.

    �The consequences for American science will be disastrous,� said Michael S. Lubell, a senior official of the American Physical Society, the world�s largest group of physicists. �The message to young scientists and industry leaders, alike, will be, �Look outside the U.S. if you want to succeed.� �

    Last year, Congress passed just 2 of 11 spending bills � for the military and domestic security � and froze all other federal spending at 2006 levels. Factoring in inflation, the budgets translate into reductions of about 3 percent to 4 percent for most fields of science and engineering.

    Representative Rush D. Holt, a New Jersey Democrat and a physicist, said that scientists, in most cases, were likely to see little or no relief. �It�s that bad,� Mr. Holt said. �For this year, it�s going to be belt tightening all around.�

    Congressional Democrats said last month that they would not try to finish multiple spending bills left hanging by the departed Republican majority and would instead keep most government agencies operating under their current budgets until next fall. Except for the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security, the government is being financed under a stopgap resolution. It expires Feb. 15, and Democrats said they planned to extend a similar resolution through Sept. 30.

    Some Republicans favored not finishing the bills because of automatic savings achieved by forgoing expected spending increases. Democrats and Republicans alike say that operating under current budgets, in some cases with less money, can strap federal agencies and lead to major disruptions in service.

    Scientists say that is especially true for the physical sciences, which include physics, chemistry and astronomy. When it comes to federal financing, such fields in recent years have fared poorly compared with biology. The National Institutes of Health, for instance, spend more than $28 billion annually on biomedical programs, five times more than all federal spending for physical sciences.

    For 2007, Congress and the Bush administration agreed that the federal budget for the physical sciences should get a major increase. A year ago, in his American Competitiveness Initiative, President Bush called for doubling the money for science over a decade. That prompted schools and federal laboratories to prepare for long-deferred repairs and expansions, plans that appear now to be in jeopardy.

    Among the projects at risk is the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York, on Long Island. The $600 million machine � 2.4 miles in circumference � slams together subatomic particles to recreate conditions at the beginning of time, some 14 billion years ago, so scientists can study the Big Bang theory. It was already operating partly on charitable contributions, officials say, and now could shut down entirely, throwing its 1,069 specialists into limbo.

    �For us, it�s quite serious,� said Sam Aronson, the Brookhaven director. For the nation, Dr. Aronson added, the timing is especially bad because the collider has given the United States a head start on European rivals, who hope to build a more powerful machine.

    �Things are pretty miserable for a year in which people talked a lot about regaining our competitive edge,� Dr. Aronson said. �I think all that�s stalled.�

    Another potential victim is the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Illinois, where a four-mile-long collider investigates the building blocks of matter. Its director, Piermaria Oddone, said the laboratory would close for a month as most of the staff of 4,200 are sent home.

    Congress and the Bush administration could restore much of the science financing in the 2008 budget. Scientists say it would help enormously, but add that senior staff members by that point may have already abandoned major projects for other jobs that were more stable.

    Other projects affected by the budget freeze include:

    �A $1.4 billion particle accelerator at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee meant to probe the fine structure of materials and aid in cutting-edge technologies. Its opening might be delayed a year.

    �A $30 million contribution to a global team designing an experimental reactor to fuse atoms rather than break them apart. Controlled fusion, if successful, would offer a nearly inexhaustible source of energy.

    �A $440 million X-ray machine some two miles long at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center in California that would act like a microscope to peer inside materials, aiding science and industry. Construction, begun last year, would slow.

    �It�s pretty bad,� said Burton Richter, a Nobel laureate in physics. �There�s going to be another year of stagnation. That hurts a lot.�

    The National Science Foundation, which supports basic research at universities, had expected a $400 million increase over the $5.7 billion budget it received in 2006. Now, the freeze is prompting program cuts, delays and slowdowns.

    �It�s rather devastating,� said Jeff Nesbit, the foundation�s head of legislative and public affairs. �While $400 million in the grand scheme of things might seem like decimal dust, it�s hugely important for universities that rely on N.S.F. funding.�

    The threatened programs include a $50 million plan to build a supercomputer that universities would use to push back frontiers in science and engineering; a $310 million observatory meant to study the ocean environment from the seabed to the surface; a $62 million contribution to a global program of polar research involving 10 other nations; and a $98 million ship to explore the Arctic, including the thinning of its sheath of floating sea ice.

    Missions at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration are also threatened, with $100 million in cuts. Paul Hertz, the chief scientist at NASA�s science mission directorate, said potential victims included programs to explore Mars, astrophysics and space weather.

    Physicists said a partial solution to the crisis would let the Energy Department do what it wanted to do all along for 2007: move $500 million left over from environmental cleanup accounts into the physical sciences. That would require Congressional approval but no budget increase.

    Raymond L. Orbach, the department�s under secretary for science, in a recent statement seemed to call for such legislative relief.

    �A yearlong continuing resolution takes away many of the opportunities for advancing science,� Dr. Orbach said. �We urge Congress to continue critical investments in America�s scientific leadership.�


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  • pagalForGC
    06-17 08:48 AM
    HI, I am new to this forum, so pardon me if my question is an old one. Please direct me to the correct thread in that case.

    I am currently working on my EAD for past years since July fiasco. I have over 12 years of experience. My employer who originally filed for my GC, had filed it for EB3 since then I did not meet the requirements for EB2. (I do not have a master's degree)
    I have 12+ years of experience now and am working for a big pharma company on my EAD since. I filed for AC21 and left my original employer three years back and since then I have been working for the same company as a senior technical Lead.

    I do not have a valid H1-B any longer. Is it possible for me to do EB3 to EB2 porting. What are the requirements and would I need my current company to file for me, or can I do it on my own through lawyer?


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  • lostinbeta
    10-21 03:48 AM
    Seems like I am making you regurgitate some old memories. I don't know if that is good or bad.

    What did you mean by "that was right before the end" if you don't mind me asking.

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    06-20 02:30 PM
    As you are joining employer to file 485 negotiate so that you can file on your own. Get all the documents you needed and then join that company. Coz he can make good money over these 6 months there is no reason for him to refuse.

    Please admin I need help here. I am leaving my best job and going back to join worst desi employer just to file for 485. But I am scared to death what if he denies to file my 485? what are the documents needed if he denies?
    Otherwise I will be from nowhere .

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