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  • shuvro58
    01-03 03:18 AM
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  • Munna Bhai
    11-13 04:29 PM
    I receive a confirmation for Address change after submitting online form and which I received some where around that time.

    My EAD and Advance Payroll are approved but I did not receive Adv Payroll yet, waiting on it for 15 days.

    it's advance parole not advance "payroll"




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  • vedicman
    01-20 01:46 PM
    Any EB3 here?
    Famous American Immigrants � Immigration Update (http://immigrationupdate.wordpress.com/famous-american-immigrants/)

    Even your link does not provide which category these immigrants came from - possibly because employment category did not exist, they came early in childhood with parents......

    Besides stop creating the rift between the categories in this forum!

    Einstein - Germany
    Madeleine Albright: Czechoslovakia
    John Muir: Scotland
    Joseph Pulitzer Hungary
    Felix Frankfurter: Austria
    Martina Navratilova: Czechoslovakia
    Irving Berlin: Russia
    Saint Frances X. Cabrini: Italy
    Mary Harris Jones: Ireland

    Edward M. Bannister: Canada
    Rita M. Rodriguez: Cuba

    Ieoh Ming Pei: China
    Subranhmanyan Chandrasekhar: India
    David Ho: Taiwan
    Ang Lee: Taiwan

    Hakeem Olajuwon: Nigeria




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  • xgoogle
    08-25 02:08 PM
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  • txh1b
    08-18 11:31 AM
    What was the RFE about? You should not begin work for new employer as you do not qualify for H1b portability. Any employment prior to that has the risk of being considered unauthorized.




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  • GCwaitforever
    08-16 11:21 AM
    I am just quoting another way to move from EB-3 to EB-2 without having to file for PERM labor etc ... if you are in the same company. If the original labor petition is qualified for EB-2, but I-140 was applied in EB-3 category then that same approved EB-3 I-140 petition could be used as a supporting document in lieu of original labor certification to file another I-140 EB-2 petition. This is assuming that the attorney filed I-140 in the wrong category first time.

    Of course if the original labor petition does not qualify for EB-2, but the applicant qualifies for EB-2 now, the applicant has to go through PERM again and port priority date from approved EB-3 I-140 to new EB-2 I-140 petition.

    I hope this clarifies everything. I am not an attorney. Use the information at your own risk.



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  • anilsal
    08-06 12:45 AM
    First they need to cope with the scores of petetions, USCIS and FBI.
    For how long will they work overtime to resolve this mess? such bouts as the one we saw in the last two weeks of june are short and few. If they are smart they will flush out the approvable cases early without going thru the EAD cycles year after year.
    This is exactly opposite to what they have been doing. If there were 60k approvable cases, i wonder what they were doing all this time. Approving those cases earlier wud have allowed others to get in the system earlier.
    Additional VISA numbers may not help anybody, if they don't use them properly
    Hopefully things will get better from now onwards?? ;) Maybe the july VB being current was a sign that things in the future will be bright. We can just hope, be positive and support IV in its efforts. :)

    Now that IV is 22K members strong. Just imagine how much of a difference we all can make. :) Great journey within 2 years.




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  • prem_goel
    11-22 11:39 PM
    anyone up for H-1b stamping at Tijuana - Mexico on 30th November. Please ping me and we can plan together. Thanks!



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  • Steve Mitchell
    March 14th, 2004, 07:56 PM
    Obviously we all love cameras, how many of you have or are considering getting a camera phone?




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  • waitnwatch
    05-30 01:36 PM
    I understand if someone was stuck in BEC, we all got s****ed with that.
    But why given that the H1B is only intended to be for a maximum of 6 years would anyone leave it until the last year to apply.

    PERM has been around for a while now, and anyone approaching 6 years should have already filed PERM or be ready to leave after year 6.

    I am not talking about applying when one reaches the 5th year. What I am saying is that a person starts applying from the first year itself (under the new merit system) but does not get a number because the quota is oversubscribed. Believe me or not this may happen to an economics or business professor with a Ph.D. from India or China. This person will have to apply every year under the proposed merit system. If this person does not get a number by the 6th year she/he has to leave. So a professor may get tenure but not an extension on H1-B because she/he did not ever get an opportunity to file a I-140.



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  • vad
    09-17 11:53 PM
    Arnets reply is pretty comprehensive.
    The main point is the are looking at 8-10 years fro nowto settle. Are they willin to look at short term difficulties in ordder to move? Also the usual waiting time for GC after all the hassles. So they have to judge what they have there against what they might get in 10 years:eek:


    vinay

    disclaimer: i'm nt an immigration attroney, so please consult one for exact situation, as laws and procedures are constantly changing.

    I'm NOT in medical field but writing based on what i heard..thought might be useful for you.....below is the most common way of coming to US for MBBS degree holders in india....

    they can write USMLE exam (check www.usmle.org) and if they pass the step1, step2, step3 exams they can apply to US universities (atleast few of them based on the score) for MD residency programs which is usually four years course.

    some say step1 and step2 is enough to apply but step3 gives more advantage but nt sure. BUT CHECK THE ELIGILIBITY FOR EXAM AND DO RESEARCH ON THESE COURSE AND OTHER TOPICS TO GET EXACT DETAILS...

    they can come here in H1 or J1 visa if they get into residency programs but check the procedures. but in general, after residency program, they need to work 3 yrs in underreserved areas (mostly 30-50 miles away from city, nt bad, oppurtunites are good there).

    writing USMLE and getting into residency programs is really very very tough as more competition now and need very top score and their previous experience, degree/diplomas, research, etc helps.

    if they both try and one get it through, then the one who get it into residency program can come into J1 or H1 visa and others can come in H4 visa (dependents-children and spouse).

    they will be paid atleast 40-50k per yr during the residency (four yrs) and after that based on their work and experience, they will paid more atleast >100k per yr.

    regd greencard, i think, they can apply only after 3yrs of working in under-reserved areas. some say they wont have to do labor because they get waiver because they worked 3 yrs in under-reserved areas but for this you need to consult an immigration lawyer.

    but for all this, they have to first COLLECT all the details and CHECK THE ELIGILIBITY FOR ALL THIS...they have to plan properly because while studying for USMLE or during this entire process, it is nt easier but they have to undergo a LOT of stress as they might think we are doing well in india why we moved here. but remember, it pays them in long run, it depends on each one how they look.

    good luck....:)




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  • Cheran
    04-06 10:28 AM
    This is talking about I-140 and not I-485.....

    My I-140 filed with TSC is still pending since August 2007. I hope I get a decision ( hopefully positive) by Sep 2009!

    Could you elaborate why you say this is about I140? I couldn't derive that from the posting. Anyhow this whole this is utter nonsense from the immigration department. I don't think there will be any action, period.
    The whole thing is written as if June 2007 happened by mistake, I don't buy that.



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  • pappu
    02-03 07:39 PM
    Congratulations.




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  • sbvw76
    04-21 03:13 PM
    depends on whether you are on L1B or L1A. On L1A - i have seen many GCs getting approved (from 140 filing to GC in hand) in 6 months or less.

    of course - your lawyer and/or employer needs to ascertain whether your role here and also in the country where you were employed by same employer qualifies you for EB1C filing or not.......

    Of course, this is not legal advice but only anecdotal experience

    If you are in L1A, your company can file in EB1 which is current for all countries. If you are in L1B, then go for H1B. Because Only H1B can be extended beyond 6 years.



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  • milind70
    04-21 04:54 PM
    If you cannot renew L1, you can go back and work offshore. Remember that GC application is valid even if you are not in country and the process would continue (because GC is for future employment). This option is not bad when the company that sent you on L1 treats you well and you do not want to leave the company. Working at home while your GC is in process appeals to many who want a break from this lengthy and back breaking process.

    I am not sure that is entirely true befoer you go and work offshore you will have to convert your 485 (AOS) to Consular procesing ( I dont know if that is possible when your AOS is pending for some time like lets say 2 years or so I think there must be a way to change in the first few months after filing). As far as I know leaving the country when AOS is pending is deemed as abandoing the application thats one of reason why AP's are for.
    Thx




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  • hopefulgc
    08-13 01:09 PM
    after rolling out the sept visa ... rao saab aaram kar rahe hain...
    kindly not "DISTUB"

    :D:D:D

    (translation : __mr rao is resting__)

    Yea...expect to have Vldrao back after the visa bulletin is out.

    Where is mr. rao?



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  • go_guy123
    05-02 09:34 AM
    If you count the taxes these 150K legal immigrants would have paid if they were in US for a year it is more than 2.5 billion dollars.

    There was a recent study claiming that 14 million illegal immigrants pay 1.5 billion dollars a year in taxes (read mostly sales taxes). And thus US should legalize these 14 million people to continue to get 1.5 billion dollars a year.

    Now you can compare 150K people vs 14 million people and who pays more.
    The study fails to tell that these illegals do not have insurance. So they use hospitals for free. They do not pay federal taxes because they do not have a valid documentation. Even if they are allowed to pay federal tax, many will be below poverty line.

    The study did not envision an economic scenario for America if 14 million illegals are legalized. How many will claim unemployment, social security, medicare etc. I can bet the cost to government will be in billions with many zeroes after that. Someone should call the reporter and the pro illegals who created that study to answer these questions.

    It is possible for undocumented to pay teh federal and state taxes. They generally usea fake ssn and once the payroll is run taxes get sent to IRS.




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  • arihant
    10-26 08:20 AM
    Hi guys,

    My 8th year extension was filed on June 14th. I have not heard from them since. Lawyer says he has contacted USCIS on Oct 3rd and has not heard back yet either. He has asked me to wait for one month before initiating any further communication with them. Does anyone know how long h1 processing is taking these days? I live in Texas. Now, if I want to transfer this to Premium processing:
    a) is it possible to transfer now?
    b) how long will the transfer take?

    Thanks a lot for your advice/information :)




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  • anilsal
    08-05 08:34 PM
    To capture unused visa numbers we need to make DC rally big, so lets go to DC on sept 13th and make it big success.......

    Nice....;)

    Also we need everyone to help out in spreading IV work at the local level (state level). Plus IV welcomes contributions. :)




    shreekarthik
    06-10 05:56 PM
    Can anyone help with advice? Talk about frustration! I qualify for EB2 since I have a masters degree (and also more than 5 years of experience in my field). I could qualify for EB2 except that my job description "prefers" (rather than "requires") a masters degree. The language prevents my compay from filing EB2, yet my job responsibilities are such that they certaily warrant a masters degree. My compay doesn't want to change my position or wording even though they clearly know (through my explanations) that that means adding close to 5-6 years to the wait! They also fail to see that making me wait so long also affects them because the company cannot promote me or chage my responsibilities for the duration of the wait! Has anyone been through the same situation?

    They get a well qualified employee at a lower salary for a longer period of time. If they don't listen try to find an employer that could file u at EB-2.




    waiting4gc02
    02-21 11:53 AM
    Satish,
    Did you see these updated today (2/21) ?

    Where did you see that ??

    Thanks