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  • keepwalking
    05-14 03:23 PM
    Thank you very much for your prompt reply.

    You mentioned your friend has added his wife to his green card application. Can you please let me know which Center (Texas or Nevada) is processing her I-485.



    You are right. It would take approximately 9-12 months before she can get her GC. A friend of mine in the same situation. He added his wife to the GC application last year when PD was current. He got his GC in August 2010, but his wife is still waiting for the GC. It all depends on 485 processing dates and FBI name check etc....but she will get EAD/AP in few months....





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  • ameryki
    01-10 08:44 PM
    mate long gaps between filing is not an issue at all. save your self some money by filing it yourself. Efile is easiest but keep in mind you will have to go to your nearest immigration office once they send you appt info for your pic to be taken and also your other family members.





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  • maddipati1
    01-12 11:13 AM
    nice combo, SS and jealous of others who grow, if ur not WLPOS urself u wud've grown too :) if u have any clue abt jul07 fiasco and aftermath u wudnt be believin 'all izz well' like an ostrich :) 'all izz well' only makes Amir a few mil$s. u still have no clue why i have to even bother to respond to u, do u?





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  • purgan
    12-17 12:44 PM
    For folks who have waited that long, they should not keep them tethered to the empoyer or occupation. They could perhaps do its administratively...for instance, anyone with a GC petition pending longer than 5 years should be eligible for adjucation on the basis of EXISTING paperwork.

    A lot of folks- illegal immigrants especially- are pushing for administrative relief in the Obama Admn and we - legal immigrants- deserve atleast equal treatment.



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  • abhijitp
    01-27 03:47 AM
    FYI, I have been in the queue for 6.5 years now. I did write the letter.

    Cool... thank you for your efforts. I didn't want to offend you... just in case you got that impression. The point is, as long as the AOS is pending approval, there is the risk that we can be thrown to the back of the queue because of a rejection of the AOS application for a reason beyond our control.

    If that happens... and if we need to re-start then we are looking at about 12 years for our next chance, as it will take at least so long for a PD from 2008 or later to become current... unless:
    1) a miracle like June 2007 happens
    OR
    2) the EB GC process is revamped, which is what IV is trying to make happen!





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  • larmani
    09-17 08:08 PM
    We received our receipts on Aug 24 and we haven't got any FP notices. Ours is TSC.



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  • lazycis
    01-30 12:14 PM
    Man you are in such a good position . I think with an approved I-140 in EB3 for Sep 2001 PD your GC should not be far away .. Don't mess around with it by changing it to EB2 or things like that. It might get complicated . I would say have patience for a few months . Once you get your GC you are free.

    Using AC21 is not a bad idea for those whose GC is a distant dream but for you I think the goal is within sight.

    Actually, it's better to change job before you get a GC because you suppose to have intention to work for GC-sponsoring company after you get GC.





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  • ksrk
    07-07 06:14 PM
    Thanks for reply, if you don't mind, do you have the USCISs' announcement link about this pre-adjudication ? Does it say those who pre-adjudicated will not get any future RFE/Denials ?

    Unfortunately, there is no such guarantee. All any claim of pre-adjudication could mean is that if there were a visa number available (and we know there aren't any for EB2-I or EB3-I at this time) as of the day the case was pre-adjudicated, the applicant could be issued his/her green card.
    When a visa number does become available, the adjudicating officer will review the case again before issuing the green card. Since these are employment-based immigrant visas, at any point the officer could request evidence that the employment position, that is related to this application, still exists.



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  • PD_Dec2002
    05-22 10:38 AM
    OK, my bad for getting the name of the lobbying firm wrong. The moderator is free to change the name of the thread.

    Anyway, now that I know that the name is Patton Boggs, doesn't anyone (out of curiosity) want to get their point of view? What does PB have to say about the fact that none of the provisions for legal immigrants went into the CIR? What's their take on the chances that favorable amendments for legal immigrants will make it?

    Of course there are no guarantees in life. No one's going to say IV didn't try hard enough even if the CIR in the current form passes. Likewise, I am not saying PB hasn't done much or did not deliver. My questions do not reflect IV's choice to go with PB.

    As I said, it just would be interesting to know ... ...

    But if no one else finds it interesting, ignore this thread. Don't reply to it.

    Thanks,
    Jayant





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  • SanjayP
    07-04 03:48 PM
    They are already against us and shouting on top of their lungs "SLUMDOG" for the reason that cowards and scared and suppressed people like you never gonna do anything.

    The same attitude like yours actually made us slaves for many more years, instead would have got the freedom long long time back.

    Next time when your tail is between your legs , do not try to make suggestions.


    Average American is not calling anyone slumdog. But Average American guy would be angry if he thought guest worker was saying they work harder than lazy Americans. So to say or spread this idea is not helpful to anybodys goals as CIR needs support from American citizens who will not like being thought of as lazy or not working hard.



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  • monkeyman
    10-11 01:00 PM
    Hi,
    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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  • hersheygaile
    09-09 06:23 PM
    HELP!!!i'm confuse!i entered here in the US as a tourist visa last year oct 2008.my 1-94 lapsed last april 30, 2009 but i'm still here in the US because i have a pending immigrant petition as a nurse and my lawyer said i could stay until 180 days which will end on oct 2009. I was filed as h1b for non profit organization last sept 1 as a dietitian on premium processing. My employer told me to just wait for my notice of receipt and approval in 15 days.My question is that it will be possible for the USCIS to approve me because technically i am now out of status but i do have until October to stay here because of my 180 days. I need some answers to clear up my mind.



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  • kprgroup
    12-29 09:31 AM
    Is anyone know,can we withdraw H1-P application when RFE received?





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  • fide_champ
    02-15 09:19 AM
    What you are talking about is an automatic visa revalidation. You can re-enter the US from Canada on an expired visa if you have a valid I-94 and h1 extension. However, if you visa stamping is denied for any reason while being in Canada, you will NOT be able to re-enter anymore. Usually, the consular officer takes away your I94 or makes a note that a visa was not issued. At that point, you need a valid, unexpired visa to re-enter the US, or you have to go to your home country for visa stamping.

    G

    Thanks. One more question. Does the automatic visa revalidation apply to all country nationals. does it apply for an indian national?



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  • ds37
    02-04 03:31 PM
    Hi

    I think THey can not use spillover untill last quarter, as all the math is done for the whole yearand than applied monthly on a pro-rata basis. I n theory if they spill over each quarter and a huge (unrealistic but theoritically possible) demand devlopes in the last quarter they will be doomed so wait for the last quarter and see the magic(if any).

    Thanks

    DS





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  • jonty_11
    07-06 01:33 PM
    If the allocated visa numbers doesn't get filled in one country does the remainder get assigned to other countries?
    no Condi and USCIS Chief just take those #'s and shove them down the toilet..



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  • abracadabra
    07-06 11:21 AM
    Anne E. Kornblut, Washington Post National Political Reporter. Just a try to get some attention in media





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  • morchu
    05-13 09:50 AM
    I have no question about that. The immigration intent was proven at the time he filed 140.
    But intent is not something which stays forever.

    In another way, even after filing 485 (or even after GC), staying outside of US for lengthier period of time itself is considered as an intention not to permanently stay in US, and can be used as a reason to revoke GC. So in a way USCIS interprets long absence from US as an intention of not immigrating (even if it is for a completely separate cause).

    I know that one of my friends parents after getting GC, revoked them, and later wanted to visit their son and got approved for visitor visa.

    I know it may not be easy, but all I am saying is "it is NOT a closed door". The argument should be "intent was there but not now". And it is on the applicant's shoulder to prove, "why not now".

    "immigrant intent" is proven/shown when and if one files "immigrant petition"





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  • spbpsg
    03-24 03:41 PM
    No need of exp letter, just take offer letter and recent pay subs.





    sobers
    02-16 04:11 PM
    This story below just goes to show that if smart scientists and engineers are not available here (because of low skilled immigation and the decepit STEM education), then jobs will continue to be outsourced to where the job can be done. Not only does the U.S. lose brainpower, it loses significant tax revenue which would otherwise have been available if the jobs were located in the U.S. And then, not only do skilled immigrants bring their skills to work for America, they also help build the local economy (home/auto, other capital investments, etc besides local/state/county taxes...).


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    NEW YORK TIMES

    By STEVE LOHR
    Published: February 16, 2006
    The globalization of work tends to start from the bottom up. The first jobs to be moved abroad are typically simple assembly tasks, followed by manufacturing, and later, skilled work like computer programming. At the end of this progression is the work done by scientists and engineers in research and development laboratories.

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    Report From Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation A new study that will be presented today to the National Academies, the nation's leading advisory groups on science and technology, suggests that more and more research work at corporations will be sent to fast-growing economies with strong education systems, like China and India.

    In a survey of more than 200 multinational corporations on their research center decisions, 38 percent said they planned to "change substantially" the worldwide distribution of their research and development work over the next three years � with the booming markets of China and India, and their world-class scientists, attracting the greatest increase in projects.

    Whether placing research centers in their home countries or overseas, the study said, companies often use similar criteria. The quality of scientists and engineers and their proximity to research centers are crucial.

    The study contended that lower labor costs in emerging markets are not the major reason for hiring researchers overseas, though they are a consideration. Tax incentives do not matter much, it said.

    Instead, the report found that multinational corporations were global shoppers for talent. The companies want to nurture close links with leading universities in emerging markets to work with professors and to hire promising graduates.

    "The story comes through loud and clear in the data," said Marie Thursby, an author of the study and a professor at Georgia Tech's college of management. "You have to have an environment that fosters the development of a high-quality work force and productive collaboration between corporations and universities if America wants to maintain a competitive advantage in research and development."

    The multinationals, representing 15 industries, were from the United States and Western Europe. The authors said there was no statistically significant difference between the American and European companies.

    Dow Chemical is one company that plans to invest heavily in new research and development centers in China and India. It is building a research center in Shanghai, which will employ 600 technical workers when it is completed next year. Dow is also finishing plans for a large installation in India, said William F. Banholzer, Dow's chief technology officer.

    Today, the company employs 5,700 scientists worldwide, about 4,000 of them in the United States and Canada, and most of the rest in Europe. But the moves overseas will alter that. "There will be a major shift for us," Mr. Banholzer said.

    The swift economic growth in China and India, he said, is part of the appeal because products and processes often have to be tailored for local conditions. The rising skill of the scientists abroad is another reason. "There are so many smart people over there," Mr. Banholzer said. "There is no monopoly on brains, and none on education either."

    Such views were echoed by other senior technology executives, whose companies are increasing their research employment abroad. "We go with the flow, to find the best minds we can anywhere in the world," said Nicholas M. Donofrio, executive vice president for technology and innovation at I.B.M., which first set up research labs in India and China in the 1990's. The company is announcing today that it is opening a software and services lab in Bangalore, India.

    At Hewlett-Packard, which opened an Indian lab in 2002 and is starting one in China, Richard H. Lampman, senior vice president for research, points to the spread of innovation around the world. "If your company is going to be a global leader, you have to understand what's going on in the rest of the world," he said.

    The globalization of research investment, industry executives and academics argued, need not harm the United States. In research, as in economics, they said, growth abroad does not mean stagnation at home � and typically the benefits outweigh the costs.

    Still, more companies in the survey said they planned to decrease research and development employment in the United States and Europe than planned to increase employment.

    In numerical terms, scientists and engineers in research labs represent a relatively small part of the national work force. Like the debate about offshore outsourcing in general, the trend, which may point to a loss of competitiveness, is more significant than the quantity of jobs involved.

    The American executives who are planning to send work abroad express concern about what they regard as an incipient erosion of scientific prowess in this country, pointing to the lagging math and science proficiency of American high school students and the reluctance of some college graduates to pursue careers in science and engineering.

    "For a company, the reality is that we have a lot of options," Mr. Banholzer of Dow Chemical said. "But my personal worry is that an educated, innovative science and engineering work force is vital to the economy. If that slips, it is going to hurt the United States in the long run."

    Some university administrators see the same trend. "This is part of an incredible tectonic shift that is occurring," said A. Richard Newton, dean of the college of engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, "and we've got to think about this more profoundly than we have in the past. Berkeley and other leading American universities, he said, are now competing in a global market for talent. His strategy is to become an aggressive acquirer. He is trying to get Tsinghua University in Beijing and some leading technical universities in India to set up satellite schools linked to Berkeley. The university has 90 acres in Richmond, Calif., that he thinks would be an ideal site.

    "I want to get them here, make Berkeley the intellectual hub of the planet, and they won't leave," said Mr. Newton, who emigrated from Australia 25 years ago.

    The corporate research survey was financed by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, which supports studies on innovation. It was designed and written by Ms. Thursby, who is also a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, and her husband, Jerry Thursby, who is chairman of the economics department at Emory University in Atlanta.





    learning01
    05-15 09:38 AM
    Bloomberg story at International Herald Tribune: U.S. firms press Congress to open door to technology workers (Link (http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/05/14/bloomberg/bximmigrate.php))

    Credit goes to Learning01 for initiating contact with Bloomberg and helping us with this

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000103&sid=aZM1MDJr4Bio&refer=us



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