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  • permfiling
    06-22 12:20 PM
    Hi GreenCardForUS,
    What letter did you send , the current employer for the past employment letter A as I am in a similar boat. I sent you a PM, please take a look and reply

    Thanks





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  • add78
    02-18 04:07 PM
    Should it not be OK to work for an Indian company (work from home - remote office)
    as long as person on H4 is NOT displacing an American Worker by any means? I am curious to know.

    Thanks,
    Krishna

    No. When you are residing in USA in H4 status, you simply CANNOT work and get paid, regardless of who the employer is (even if outside of USA) or where your "earned income" is being deposited (even if outside of USA) or in which currency your "earned income" is (even if non US dollar) or how you are working that is providing you with "earned income" (even remote office or home office that does not displace american worker)
    In short - No.





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  • reverendflash
    10-21 02:55 PM
    I promised I wouldn't... =):x

    Rev:elderly:





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  • vinzen
    08-14 10:55 PM
    https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDisplay.do

    NSC - I485 - Sep 15 2007
    TSC - I485 - Aug 30 2007

    Cheers,
    Ardnahc

    Hello guys ,

    New member here. I have been watching the forums occassionally. My PD is June 2002 EB3 and here is my situation from USCIS case status:

    1. I first applied for I765 and I485 on 08/10/2007 and got EAD for 1 year. According to https://egov.uscis.gov my status was "APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION".
    2. Then I by myself applied for renewal of EAD exactly after 1 year on 08/19/2008 and got EAD approved for 3 years. According to https://egov.uscis.gov, the form that I applied for was I765 and status again was "APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION".

    These were the only two entries on my status on https://egov.uscis.gov. So far so good.

    3. I decided to log on to this site this morning to check my status and saw a third entry in my case. It says the form number is I485 and they receieved it on 04/20/2009 and the case status is "APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS".
    I didnt do anything on 04/20/2009. So it seems like the I485 that I submitted along with I765 on 08/10/2007 was finally receieved by USCIS on 04/20/2009?. When I click on my case number, it says "On July 6, 2007, we received this I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS, and mailed you a notice describing how we will process your case." and that it is with Texas Service Center. I checked TSC timings and looks like they are at 08/30/2007. Is this the date they first receieved my application (July 6, 2007) or the last update date (04/20/2009 .... look at #3 above). If it is the latter, I am still three years behind. If it is the first application date, then I have some hopes.

    Sorry for the long post and to make you read all this. Any help will be appreciated.

    thanks,



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  • Gravitation
    12-30 07:27 AM
    I wanted to get some idea on why EB2 got stuck around Jan 03 when it flew past Apr 01 deadline.


    EB2 was completely unaffected by 245(i) and had no reason to be stuck on Apr 01.
    EB2 being stuck around Jan 03 etc... could actually be a good news for EB3. Why? It means that the number of people who abandoned their EB3 PDs to escape retrogression and filed for EB2 is very large!
    The key thing to watch for India EB3 people is that PD should remain beyond May 1st, 2001. If it doesn' revert back to April, we can assume steady progress.
    All in all, I don't see any reason why Jan 2003 will have any -ve affect on EB3... it could be +ve though.





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  • Lasantha
    07-05 10:45 AM
    Hey Gurus,

    What are the chances for ROW-EB2 to go backlog in OCT 2007. My wife's employer is filing for the LABOR this month. We are keeping our finger's crossed that it will be current in OCT this year.

    What do you guys think about that? Thanks.

    I am no guru BUT ....
    It was current for more than the past two years, wasn't it. I think it is highly unlikely that it will be backlogged. If if it will, it could be by a very short period, 6 months maybe. This is what I think.

    What do you think about EB3 ROW ?



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  • ajaykk
    08-09 10:44 AM
    FAQ #2 - clarified that forms with �Y� designation means that prior version of the form will not be rejected.

    Q29: The version date on the new I-485 form is 7/30/07 and it has an "N" designation after it, meaning that the I-485 applications arriving at the service center on or after July 30, 2007 must use the new I-485 form or it will be rejected at the mailroom. Is this really true?
    A29. No, the �N� designation on the new version was inadvertently uploaded to the USCIS website and has since been removed. The new and corrected I-485 application form that will be uploaded will have the �Y� designation which means that prior version of the form will not be rejected.

    Uff this gives me some relief. My attorney has sent my 485 documents on 07/27 and reached NE on 07/30. I'm sure she must have used the old version.





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  • karthiknv143
    07-31 06:09 PM
    More information???????????



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  • samrat_bhargava_vihari
    02-11 06:04 PM
    you are screwed, yes seriously

    Why did u change employer, w/o getting any info about filing with ne wemployer befor ahead.

    If you file in 2008 (No matter whetehr it is Eb2 or Eb3), as per present situation u can forget for next 10 + years.

    I feel this may not be true.

    Do you have any evidence for your information or can you show any documentation from USCIS supporting your comments.





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  • rajmehrotra
    07-05 11:45 AM
    What has happened has happened. Maybe USCIS and/or DOS did goof up. Or maybe they really did want to reduce the backlog and use up all the available visas, and with all the good faith they could muster, worked themselves into a frenzy and on morning of July 2nd, they realized their blunder.

    All the talk of lawsuits and class action, IMHO, is just a gravy train by the lawyers and for the lawyers. We, the 485 filers will just extras in their lush production. What kind of remedy do we expect? The Visa Bulletin is ex cathedra guidance, but subject to revision, even if there is no precedent for such revision. There is no law that spells out the formulation of the monthly Visa Bulletins. It is merely an administrative guidance tool, no different from a train schedule, with all of its implicit caveats.

    Anyhow, hard as it is, we have to hunt for the silver lining in this episode. I think if this story got enough traction as a shining example of shoddy treatment of people who respect and follow the law, and contribute positively, in every sense of the word, to the well being of the United States, we will have it in play. Intervention from the Executive and Legislative branch could then be elicited. Individually, all of us should lay out our cases, respectfully and in good detail, to the Senators and Congressmen of our areas, to let them gauge the enormity of the problem at hand. This would be dream issue for the Senators and Congress people to attend to if it gains the critical mass. Doing whatever is required to right this wrong has no downside for any of them. They can even credit themselves for somehow rescuing a remedy out of the CIR fiasco. They can be the heroes here.

    The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal have already run the story. We need to build up on this. Even the Lou Dobbs and law-and-order types in the public arena can be roped in on this one. After all, we are trying to immigrate the right way, by fastidiously following the law, and dropping significant chunks of dollars all around while doing so.

    If our efforts lead to recapturing of unused prior-year visa numbers, a relaxation in per-country limits, a delay on the filing-fee increases, and perhaps some movement on the SKIL Bill, we will have a net gain.



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  • gparr
    July 18th, 2004, 06:53 AM
    Some reactions:
    On the rainbow shot, I would clone or crop out the dead twig on the right. Cropping is probably the better option because it will call more attention to the rainbow. I tried to process the image to bring the rainbow out more, but didn't have much success. Maybe someone else can help or maybe it can't be done.

    I recropped the flower image and did a little minor processing to bring out more of the detail, particularly in the highlights.

    Hope you don't mind me adjusting and reposting your images.

    Gary





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  • GB2India
    08-18 08:56 PM
    Can you apply for AC21 for a normal promotion progression from analyst to manager....the job is same but the manager job has additional managerial responsibilities.



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  • adi787
    08-29 05:57 PM
    Hello RamK

    Can you please let me know, what you did finally?

    I'm in the same boat.


    awaiting for your reply.





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  • nozerd
    03-26 02:30 PM
    More than Salary its location which matters.

    50K in MS = 60K in TX = 80 K in CA = 90K NYC



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  • trueguy
    08-28 04:07 PM
    Good fight guys, keep it going. We need reasons to laugh in this GC mess.





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  • amsgc
    09-10 12:27 AM
    It takes 15 calendar days. You should hear something from USCIS next week.
    Good luck!

    I am already in premium processing.They send my papers to USCIS last sept 1 and until now i haven't received anything from them



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  • sharma258
    02-10 03:44 PM
    Hi Guys,

    please let me know how long we need to stay with sponsoring employer after getting GC.

    Thanks





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  • bank_king2003
    06-04 03:01 PM
    really appreciate it.





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  • gconmymind
    04-22 04:57 PM
    This should also act as an eyeopener for those people on H-1B who are just about now starting their GC process. Such people can forget getting a GC for the next 12-15 years.

    If you are young (in late 20s), you should reevaluate this whole idea of coming here on EB GC. It maynot be worth the wait and the suffering.

    ----------------------------------
    I think I will change my ID to "(Non)Eternal_Hope"

    The eternal optimist in me says that by the end of 2010, everyone who could file during July 07 will get their GC. This will happen due to CIR/STEM Exemption/Recapture combination. I hope my words come true!!!!

    Peace..





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    03-22 12:20 PM
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    The President was talking about the historic healthcare overhaul that passed the House 219-212 last night and is now headed to his desk for signature. Let's hope his statement foreshadows what he will say about immigration reform in the months to come. The healthcare battle demonstrated the fight for immigration reform will be tough. But we knew that. Now, at least, we know that an immigration overhaul is possible.

    It was symbolic that Sunday's immigration reform rally in Washington, which according to reports was tens of thousands strong, was overshadowed by the drama that played out in the Congress over the healthcare bill. Since the Administration took office in 2009, immigration reform has played second fiddle to the overhaul of the healthcare system. But now that healthcare reform has become a reality, it is time for the Administration and Congress to get to the hard work of overhauling our badly broken immigration system.

    The dysfunctional immigration system is a cancer that whittles away at the very fabric of our cherished democratic values every day it continues to fester. Each time an outstanding scientist, innovative business investor, or creative professional is turned away from our country because of inadequate visa numbers or restrictionist agency enforcement America's competitive edge is further weakened. Our nation's ability to compete in a global economy demands transnational employment. Each immigrant that is locked up due to draconian mandatory detention laws, without so much as the right to see a judge, demonstrates that the rights of all Americans are threatened by bad immigration laws. Each undocumented child who is denied a higher education or a chance to serve our country is evidence that the broken immigration system has transformed the American Dream into a nightmare for some of America's most promising children.

    Senators Graham and Schumer began to put pen to paper last week by laying out a four pillared framework for immigration reform: ending illegal employment through biometric Social Security cards, enhancing border and interior enforcement, managing the flow of future immigration to correspond to economic realities, and creating a tough but fair path toward legalization for the 11 million people currently in the U.S. without authorization. While I have serious questions about a couple of the proposals�the biometric Social Security card raises important privacy concerns for example�I am encouraged that with the passage of healthcare reform immigration will now move to the front burner. Hopefully, Senators Graham and Schumer (and President Obama) took a few minutes Sunday morning to read Tom Friedman's excellent piece in the New York Times about a dinner he attended last week for the finalists of the 2010 Intel Science Talent Search, which, through a national contest, identifies and honors the top math and science high school students in America. http://nyti.ms/aCHxIj. As Friedman writes, most finalists were from immigrant families:


    Indeed, if you need any more convincing about the virtues of immigration, just come to the Intel science finals. I am a pro-immigration fanatic. I think keeping a constant flow of legal immigrants into our country � whether they wear blue collars or lab coats � is the key to keeping us ahead of China. Because when you mix all of these energetic, high-aspiring people with a democratic system and free markets, magic happens. If we hope to keep that magic, we need immigration reform that guarantees that we will always attract and retain, in an orderly fashion, the world's first-round aspirational and intellectual draft choices.


    This isn't complicated. In today's wired world, the most important economic competition is no longer between countries or companies. The most important economic competition is actually between you and your own imagination. Because what your kids imagine, they can now act on farther, faster, cheaper than ever before � as individuals. Today, just about everything is becoming a commodity, except imagination, except the ability to spark new ideas.


    If I just have the spark of an idea now, I can get a designer in Taiwan to design it. I can get a factory in China to produce a prototype. I can get a factory in Vietnam to mass manufacture it. I can use Amazon.com to handle fulfillment. I can use freelancer.com to find someone to do my logo and manage by backroom. And I can do all this at incredibly low prices. The one thing that is not a commodity and never will be is that spark of an idea. And this Intel dinner was all about our best sparklers.


    Before the dinner started, each contestant stood by a storyboard explaining their specific project. Namrata Anand, a 17-year-old from the Harker School in California, patiently explained to me her research, which used spectral analysis and other data to expose information about the chemical enrichment history of "Andromeda Galaxy." I did not understand a word she said, but I sure caught the gleam in her eye.


    My favorite chat, though, was with Amanda Alonzo, a 30-year-old biology teacher at Lynbrook High School in San Jose, Calif. She had taught two of the finalists. When I asked her the secret, she said it was the resources provided by her school, extremely "supportive parents" and a grant from Intel that let her spend part of each day inspiring and preparing students to enter this contest. Then she told me this: Local San Jose realtors are running ads in newspapers in China and India telling potential immigrants to "buy a home" in her Lynbrook school district because it produced "two Intel science winners."


    Seriously, ESPN or MTV should broadcast the Intel finals live. All of the 40 finalist are introduced, with little stories about their lives and aspirations. Then the winners of the nine best projects are announced. And finally, with great drama, the overall winner of the $100,000 award for the best project of the 40 is identified. This year it was Erika Alden DeBenedictis of New Mexico for developing a software navigation system that would enable spacecraft to more efficiently "travel through the solar system." After her name was called, she was swarmed by her fellow competitor-geeks.


    Gotta say, it was the most inspiring evening I've had in D.C. in 20 years. It left me thinking, "If we can just get a few things right � immigration, education standards, bandwidth, fiscal policy � maybe we'll be O.K." It left me feeling that maybe Alice Wei Zhao of North High School in Sheboygan, Wis., chosen by her fellow finalists to be their spokeswoman, was right when she told the audience: "Don't sweat about the problems our generation will have to deal with. Believe me, our future is in good hands."


    As long as we don't shut our doors.
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    irock
    10-10 06:53 PM
    We are also in the same boat. My wife and me finished FP on 10/2. Its already been 9days. No LUD on my case or my wife's case.
    Do I need to worry or This is quite normal?



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