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  • somegchuh
    11-13 05:38 PM
    So just to have the last word you somehow went in deleted all the following posts after your post? Good going!



    Some people are really highly sprung and get mad very quickly!
    If you had expressed yourself better (from your first post, I believed you wanted to file by yourself), I wouldn't have bothered with my response.
    Saying that, you are right: attorneys do screw up. It happened to me...
    But practically speaking, considering how complex a file can be, good luck to you on checking an attorney's job.





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  • chitra
    02-26 12:38 PM
    I had a 10 year multiple entry B1/B2 visa which was to expire in 2013. I got married a couple of months ago, and since my husband is on a H1B, I got a H4 visa for the next 1.5 years. My passport with the B1/B2 visa DOES NOT have CWOP (Canceled without prejudice) written on it. My question is- has my B1/B2 visa been canceled? Or is it still valid? Can I hold 2 visas for entry into the US at the same time. If it has not been canceled, can I still use it for entry into the US once I lose my H4 status? Thank you for your time.





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  • rpatel
    08-14 03:38 PM
    I went through the same ordeal about a year and a half ago. After unsuccessful attempts to buy it on my own through internet companies, I went to a good agent who got me a 20 year term life policy with a AAA rated company for about $220/year for a 500,000 coverage. Basically, I got the same rate an US citizen would get. I would advise you to go through an agent, they can do multiple quote and many are knowledgeable about H1 visas and the best thing is you don't pay any thing extra because the agents get their commission from the insurance companies. Hope this helps





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  • starving_dog
    09-01 01:29 PM
    shows how sexist I am, I thought she was a he. My apologies to the Berkeleybee. I have since edited my original post.



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  • snddlth
    08-18 08:46 PM
    You can open a PO Box in your name and update the address with USCIS. I've done that.





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  • bestia
    07-16 10:58 PM
    Only I-485 is immigrant intent. LC/I-140 - are filed by the employer, it's not 'your' intent. Medical exams don't matter at all.



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  • inskrish
    09-05 11:18 AM
    Hi,

    USCIS online status is not reliable. So, getting an Infopass appointment would help you get the actual case status. Best of luck!





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  • achu
    01-26 09:04 AM
    Have a question for President Obama? Submit yours and vote on others.

    Google is hosting your question for President Obama. I think it�s an opportunity for us (EB3, EB2) and county quota. anyone submitted question related to that?

    link here YouTube - worldview's Channel (http://www.youtube.com/worldview)

    thanks
    achu



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  • cagedcactus
    11-09 09:17 AM
    this sounds a bit complicated and I doubt anyone here is qualified enough to give you a true answer.
    Maybe talking to several lawyers will help you in best manner. I had a similar scenario. Although I had the original labor. (not substituted)
    I paid a few laywers their time, and went to talk with them.
    They suggested an appeal with explanation, and proper supporting documents.
    Talk with your lawyer. Your company must show the ability to pay, through all the tax returns, and incomes and all that jazz...





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  • Kitiara
    04-28 02:40 PM
    I wasn't copying you, Soul. Honest. :)

    Sorry Sen, your robot wasn't up when I posted my vote. It's very good as well, though I agree it would be nice if it wasn't as dark. :)



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  • GreeNever
    02-08 02:46 PM
    I..sort of have turned philosophical abt the whole process. Having said that, I also see bright flashes off and on...(just kiddin'). I talk optimism, walk optimism, eat optimism, sleep optimism :) ..ends here!.

    If all that it takes is - a copy of our presentation to be mailed/emailed to this 'super cop' of a minister or his office, I would still do it. That way, I have at least challenged him..





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  • jack_b_uta
    06-21 09:37 AM
    IV core members have been in media MANY times.

    Aman Kapoor(Fox News, Washington Post), Shilpa Ghodgaonkar(Washington Post, South Asia Insider), Siva Singaram(NBC), Pratik Dakwala (FOX 2-Bay area) are just to quote a few.

    None of these guys have been deported, fired, stoned or died. They are alive, well, working and proud to have been there to show up when needed.

    We are legal immigrants. Even if you are illegal, you shouldnt be afraid to speak up. If legal hi-skills educated immigrants shy away from exercising constitutional rights of speaking up, then what can we say?

    I would be happy to speak up but just an FYI, we donot have any constitutional rights. We are second class citizens at the best, and slaves in a different form at worst.And that is not ranting of someone who has been in line for half a decade. Here's the proof.
    I love skeet shooting but the law prevents me (or anyone who is on a "nonimmigrant" visa) from buying a gun. Thats second amendment rights that were awarded to everyone living in the USA.

    JACK



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  • beibei2929
    05-15 02:22 PM
    But you need a valid visa stamp to re-enter.
    1) What is the validity of your current visa stamp ?
    2) When you applied for visa extension , what is going to be the validity of that visa ?

    1) current visa stamp has already expired, so I have to apply for a new stamp(this is the key question: how long is the visa stamp? 3-moth or only till June 30?)2) the validity of new I-797 approval notice will till 2010. I guess it will be approved next month.

    My wish is the visa stamp is 3-month and then I can enter US with the new I-797 extension approval. Am I right?





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  • helpful_leo
    02-03 06:21 PM
    thanks guys for your responses

    Spgtopper: I am referring to the same bill; specifically section 313. Its a bill that covers a lot of specific details, but seems to ignore current PhD candidates.

    Logiclife: Wikipedia and others define "the physical sciences" to exclude life sciences. That is actaully the meaning of physical sciences, i.e. not biological sciences. It would seem stupid to exclude it, since so much of R&D is taking place in biotech etc.
    And I believe if they wd have allowed the transfer of F1 to F4, they wd have mentioned it in teh bill. I think the above 2 facts have to be brought to the attention of lawmakers.



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  • praveenuppaluri
    02-21 10:41 AM
    Hello all

    starting Jan 19th 2010, all the previous forms for non-immigrant visa (DS 156, 157 and 158) are removed and one single form DS 160 is introduced. I am trying to fill that for my parents and this form is an online form and one of the questions in page 1 is "your full name in native alphabet". I remember filling that for my H1 previously where I take the printouts and write my name in that box in my native language. the new form however doesn't let you save or move forward with an empty box. the only other option there is "do not apply" and not sure if that is the right way of doing it (right now its the only way I can fill this form)

    anyone who filled this form recently - can you please share what you did?

    Thanks
    Praveen





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  • abdulazeez77
    08-11 08:11 AM
    Hello All,

    I have my H1B stamp and my wife has a H4 stamp from my old employer valid until December 2007. I transferred my employer in Jan 2007 and have a new I-797 valid until 2009. My wife now wants to travel outside the country and come back in a month (September 2007). Can she travel with her current stamping? What documents does she needs at the port of entry when she comes back (my I-797?). Would appreciate very much if someone can help. This is fairly urgent since she has to travel next week.

    Regards,
    Azeez



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  • garybanz
    09-27 06:49 AM
    Did some one call USCIS to get receipt numbers? Any pointers to calling USCIS...what do i give as reference numbers?

    Thanks.





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  • yogirajd
    11-09 09:16 PM
    Can you tell me ur dates:
    I140 RD
    RFE received date?
    EB2 or EB3?
    Service center?

    Thanks
    I140 RD- March 02, 2007.
    RFE received date? - Aug. 16, 2007.
    EB2 or EB3? - Before RFE it was EB2 & requested EB2 change to EB3 while providing education evaluation in RFE response.

    Service center? - TSC





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  • sunelhulikere
    08-28 04:45 PM
    I was in a similar situation but since I had efiled, i had the LIN #. So i sent the photos after 2 weeks from my filing date. Did not wait for RFE. I received approvals on AP. In your case, you dont have a choice. In case you checks are cashed, try to capture the receipt # and then send the pictures by referncing the receipt #. It will make your case processing faster.





    Blog Feeds
    04-26 11:30 AM
    AILA Leadership Has Just Posted the Following:



    All eyes are on Governor Jan Brewer today.

    On her desk is SB 1070, an anti-immigrant bill which would effectively make all Latinos the target of arrest or interrogation, whether or not they are U.S. citizens, lawful immigrants, or undocumented foreign nationals. Indeed, such a hate-motivated bill may well compel all Latinos to pack up and leave the state. Brewer's choice is clear to anyone who cherishes freedom and democracy�veto SB 1070, and toss it into the dust bin of history where it belongs, together with Jim Crow, the Nazi Nuremberg laws, and South African Apartheid.

    But, believe it or not, the Governor is actually considering signing this venomous bill into law. Last night, in yet another surreal Arizona moment Governor Brewer addressed the 41st annual Chicanos Por La Causa anniversary dinner amid calls in the audience for her to veto SB 1070 and surrounded by protesters that chanted and marched outside the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel where the dinner was held. At the dinner, organization board chairwoman Erica Gonzalez-Melendez urged Brewer to veto "the most hateful piece of legislation directed at Latinos" aptly pointing out that SB 1070 will do nothing to fix our broken immigration system and only "panders to the racist fear mongers of our state." But, Governor Brewer refused to say what she would do, invoking political-speak instead, "I am not prepared to announce a decision on Senate Bill 1070," she said. "What I decide will be based on what's right for Arizona." http://bit.ly/96KJlT. (Note to reader: there have been several surreal moments in Arizona this week. On Monday Senator John McCain, who once described himself as a "maverick" and champion of comprehensive immigration reform, told Fox News host Bill O'Reilly that "the drivers of cars with illegals in it ... are intentionally causing accidents on the freeway." Then on Tuesday an Arizona state House committee approved a measure which would force President Obama to show his birth certificate if he runs for re-election. http://huff.to/9bfpzg)

    What is right for Arizona is for Governor Brewer to jealously protect the rights of all its citizens and follow the U.S. Constitution, not turn Arizona into the Fourth Reich. Let's be frank, by passing SB 1070 lawmakers have sold out Arizona taxpayers in a cynical effort to garner votes and look tough. The bill does nothing to build a functional immigration system, secure the border nor rid the state of dangerous criminals. Nor does it protect the wages and working conditions of US workers. Instead, it targets day laborers and ordinary citizens whose appearance might raise "reasonable suspicion" of unlawful immigration status in the mind of a police officer. If Governor Brewer signs SB 1070, people in Arizona with foreign sounding accents or who don't "look American" had better not run into the wrong cop (or even the right cop) because the law mandates they prove they are here legally.

    SB 1070 is not the product thoughtful policy making; it is hate speech masquerading as legislation. This sounds extreme until you read SB 1070 which is a hodgepodge of mean spirited provisions that will effectively transform Arizona into a police state for anyone whose skin is a shade other than white. The bill's effect may very well be to make Arizona "Latino Free" and force those who stay behind�U.S. citizens included�to feel like hunted criminals. Frankly, there is no other way to describe SB 1070 which would make not having immigration documents a state crime, allow law enforcement officers to arrest anyone who could not immediately prove they were in the U.S. legally, and subject a brown-skinned person who leaves home without a wallet to arrest. Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles was hardly exaggerating when he compared SB 1070 to "German Nazi and Russian Communist techniques whereby people are required to turn one another in to the authorities on any suspicion of documentation." http://bit.ly/9ZIQ9K.

    SB 1070's outright decimation of civil liberties and American values aside, Governor Brewer's signature on the bill will likely reek economic devastation on Arizona, costing its taxpayers billions in lost revenue. The Immigration Policy Center (IPC) reported this week that "if significant numbers of immigrants and Latinos are actually persuaded to leave the state because of this new law, they will take their tax dollars, businesses, and purchasing power with them. The University of Arizona's Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy estimates that the total economic output attributable to Arizona's immigrant workers was $44 billion in 2004, which sustained roughly 400,000 full-time jobs. Furthermore, over 35,000 businesses in Arizona are Latino-owned and had sales and receipts of $4.3 billion and employed 39,363 people in 2002, the last year for which data is available. The Perryman Group estimates that if all unauthorized immigrants were removed from Arizona, the state would lose $26.4 billion in economic activity, $11.7 billion in gross state product, and approximately 140,324 jobs, even accounting for adequate market adjustment time. Putting economic contributions of this magnitude at risk during a time of recession would not serve Arizona well." And this loss of revenue to the hard working taxpayers of Arizona does not take into account the cost of defending the inevitable lawsuits that will be brought against the state for civil rights and other violations. According to the IPC, "Arizona would probably face a costly slew of lawsuits on behalf of legal immigrants and native-born Latinos who feel they have been unjustly targeted" leading to millions of dollars in expenditures. http://bit.ly/dbguDK.

    As I wrote previously on this blog, SB 1070 is not the problem. It is an awful symptom of the failure of the Administration and Congress to enact immigration reform. In the void, local and state authorities have run roughshod over the civil liberties we cherish as a nation. What we see today is a perfect storm of crises�ICE's neglect and abuse of immigrant detainees which has culminated in 107 deaths in immigration detention since 2003, the serious civil rights abuses in the notorious 287(g) program which is administered by ICE and "deputizes" state and local law enforcement agencies to enforce immigration law, and an immigration bureaucracy that thumbs its nose at the needs of American business and families. As a nation we must demand that Congress and the Administration put politics aside and get to the hard work of building a safe, orderly, fair, and functional immigration policy designed to protect civil liberties and serve the needs of all Americans.

    As for today, Governor Brewer has a choice. She can succumb to hatred and fear by signing SB 1070 or allowing it to become law without her signature (it is hard to say which would be more cowardly). Or she can show uncommon political courage and veto the bill, thereby drawing a line in the Arizona desert over which racism, intolerance, and injustice dare not cross.
    https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/186823568153827945-3162775922361590244?l=ailaleadership.blogspot.com


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