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  • sweet_jungle
    12-04 04:56 PM
    Next year in July when we will become current, it will again become a game of probability. Because of the 2 specific issues I mentioned, we will have a slightly lower probability of our cases getting picked up. So, I am trying to be pro-active to address these specific issues. The issues definitely need to be fixed as these are glaring glitches in the USCIS file transfer system. I am thinking that we can draft a letter and all affected people can write to Ombudsman. Let me know what everybody thinks

    I fail to see why these cases you are referring to are any worse off than many others.

    I filed my I485 in May 2007, have been current for more than a third of the interim period and still waiting.

    I have filed two service requests, two congressional enquiries and nothing. So have other people and it has not helped them either.

    We are all in a black hole hoping for our cases to see the light of day some time just like the WAC cases you refer to.





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  • gnrajagopal
    08-19 12:35 AM
    what do you want? President Bush to come home and welcome you with hugs and kisses? A ticker tape parade? A band? 45 skimpily clad, extremely beautiful cheerleaders dancing and singing: "he got a G, he got a C, he got a GC!"?

    you got an approval notice, you are through. enjoy man. :cool:

    That was hilarious.....:D:D:D





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  • me_myself
    12-17 08:31 AM
    My company didn't cancel my H1 as they wanted to be in India for a year and return to US. I am still working for the same company that got me the H1.

    I also have a family - Wife (H4), Son (4yrs - H4), Daughter (2yrs - US Citizen) - should i take them with me or should i first go there, get a couple of pay stubs and then ask them to join me.

    Thanks.





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  • nixstor
    11-17 09:38 AM
    Guys.. It has to pass through the house still..



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  • h1techSlave
    10-05 11:15 AM
    Any body can ask for documents. But if you ask as part of a law suit, they will have to give it to you. Otherwise, they can just say some nice words and that will be the end of it.

    This is what happened to the China-man. They filed a law suit, so DOS/USCIS gave them the information. But DOS/USCIS now hates the China-man.

    IV is being very nice to DOS/USCIS. So DOS/USCIS is also very nice to IV.

    If you file a lawsuit you can ask for documents.





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  • Deepika
    08-14 04:38 PM
    Its really requires lot of planning and a tough decision to make. Some of our friends say you get good package if you find the job while you are in US and then go.



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  • lord_labaku
    09-21 09:15 PM
    If your passport has been impounded, cant you only travel out of the country by hiding in a cargo box anyway....GC will be the last in your list of worries. No?





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  • yabadaba
    07-12 09:01 AM
    just let adolf tancredo roll of your back...hes just trying to get few more days of publicity out of his quickfading presidential bid. sala tingu



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  • swartzphotography
    May 23rd, 2005, 10:55 PM
    since this i believe is just a test shot i think most of what j said is spot on probably easier to just use a fill flash the 550 digital flash by cannon works great for that outside when you have shadows. in the future i would try composing with your subject off center some or filling the frame more to instead of hide her facial imperfections bring them out in high detail older people are far more interesting when you can see the wrinkles and imperfections of course these are all just my oppinions





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  • garybanz
    01-15 10:30 AM
    My husband had only signed the offer letter, which did not talk about any employement contracts. There was a condition to pay some money if i left compnay before 1 year, which is not valid anymore for him.

    So what you suggest what should be my bext step.

    If there is no signed contract then you have nothing to worry about! Go ahead and do what you would like to.



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  • rjgleason
    July 18th, 2004, 07:10 PM
    I doubt very much that one could find any worthwhile criticism of the works of Janet, Gary & Anders............(and a lot of others here)

    And if one tires of birds, flowers, etc. then someone should offer to share a branch with this guy:

    http://www.dphoto.us/forumphotos/data/574/6HW7M7993_cc-med.jpg





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  • ameerka_dream
    05-08 09:22 AM
    Can anybody or Can any attorney respond to my question??

    Thanks in advance.



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  • harivenkat
    06-28 03:17 PM
    Huge demand to live in U.S. part of illegal immigration problem (http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/news/articles/2010/06/28/20100628legal-immigration-high-demand.html#comments)

    WASHINGTON - While the national spotlight is focused on illegal immigration, millions of people enter the United States legally each year on both a temporary and permanent basis.

    But the demand to immigrate to the United States far outweighs the number of people that immigration laws allow to move here legally. Wait times can be years, compounding the problem and reducing opportunities for many more who desperately want to come to the United States.

    In 2009 alone, more than 1.1 million people, including nearly 21,000 living in Arizona, became legal permanent residents, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's 2009 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics. The largest single group of new permanent residents nationwide, 15 percent, was born in Mexico. Six percent came from China and 5 percent came from the Philippines.

    Also last year, nearly 744,000 immigrants, including about 12,400 Arizona residents, became naturalized U.S. citizens. The largest group, with 111,630 people, was from Mexico. The second largest group, with 52,889 people, came from India.

    But those figures are eclipsed by the demand, which in part contributes to the problem of illegal immigration. Nearly 11 million immigrants are in the country illegally, according to estimates by the Department of Homeland Security. Earlier this year, there were an estimated 460,000 illegal immigrants in Arizona.

    But since Gov. Jan Brewer signed Arizona's controversial new immigration bill in April, hundreds, if not thousands, of illegal immigrants have left the state. And many more are planning to flee before the law takes effect July 29.

    Some are going back to Mexico. Many are going to other states, where anti-illegal-immigrant sentiment isn't so strong and where they think they will be less likely to be targeted by local authorities.

    "Insufficient legal avenues for immigrants to enter the U.S. ... has significantly contributed to this current conundrum," says a report by Leo Anchondo of Justice for Immigrants, which is pushing for Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform.

    Arizona's immigration law makes it a state crime to be in the country illegally. It states that an officer engaged in a lawful stop, detention or arrest shall, when practicable, ask about a person's legal status when reasonable suspicion exists that the person is in the U.S. illegally.

    Temporary visas

    Temporary visas allow people to enter the United States and stay for a limited amount of time before returning to their home countries. In 2009, about 163 million people came in this way. The biggest groups came from Mexico, Britain and Japan.

    Among those who can obtain temporary visas: tourists; visitors on business trips; foreign journalists; diplomats and government representatives and their staffs; students and foreign-exchange visitors and their dependents; certain relatives of lawful permanent residents and U.S. citizens; religious workers; and internationally recognized athletes and entertainers.

    Temporary visas also are used to bring in foreign workers when U.S. employers say they do not have enough qualified or interested U.S. workers. Among the categories: workers in specialty occupations, registered nurses to help fill a shortage and agricultural workers. Mexican and Canadian professionals also are granted temporary visas under the terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

    Permanent residents

    A lawful permanent resident has been granted authorization to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis. As proof of that status, a person is granted a permanent-resident card, better known as a "green card."

    People petition to become permanent residents in several ways. Most are sponsored by a family member or employer in the United States.

    Others may become permanent residents after being granted asylum status. In 2009, nearly 75,000 refugees were granted asylum from persecution in their home countries.

    Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens are given the highest immigration priority and are not subject to annual caps that apply to other categories of immigrants. Immediate relatives are defined as spouses, unmarried children under age 21 and parents.

    Although there is no annual cap on the number of immediate relatives of U.S. citizens who can obtain green cards, there is a cap on the number of green cards for other relatives such as siblings and adult married children. That cap is about half a million people a year, according to the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

    Employment-based immigration also is limited to 140,000 people a year, according to the lawyers association.

    There also are limits based on a person's country of origin. Under U.S. immigration law, the total number of immigrant visas made available to natives of any single foreign nation shall not exceed 7 percent of the total number of visas issued. That limit can make it tough for immigrants from countries such as Mexico, where the number of people who want to come here greatly exceeds the number of people that the law allows.

    The estimated wait time for family members to legally bring their relatives into the United States from Mexico ranges from six to 17 years, according to a May study by the non-profit, nonpartisan National Foundation for American Policy. It is nearly impossible for a Mexican, especially someone without a college degree or special skills, to immigrate to the United States legally without a family member or employer petitioning on his behalf.

    The costs also can be high. A U.S. employer who wants to bring in an immigrant worker can expect to pay nearly $6,000 in fees and legal expenses, according to the foundation.

    A U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident petitioning to bring a relative to the United States from another country must pay a $355 filing fee for each relative who wants to immigrate, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

    Naturalized citizens

    In general, immigrants are eligible to become citizens if they are at least 18 and have lived in the United States as a lawful permanent resident for five years without leaving for trips of six months or longer.

    An applicant for citizenship must be deemed to be of good moral character, which means in part that they must not have been convicted of a serious crime or been caught lying to gain immigration status.

    Applicants must be able to pass a test demonstrating that they can read, write and speak basic English. They also must pass a basic test of U.S. history and government.

    Immigrants become citizens when they take the oath of allegiance to the United States in a formal naturalization ceremony. The oath requires applicants to renounce foreign allegiances, support and defend the U.S. Constitution, and serve in the U.S. military when required to do so by law.

    The time it takes to become naturalized varies by location and can take years. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency is trying to improve the system and decrease the time to an average of six months.





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  • pointlesswait
    03-05 06:14 PM
    FDIC insures any deposits upto 250000....
    so if you have 10k in ur account..even if the bank goes belly up..u can get expectto recover thatamount...but if FDIC goes for a toss..god save US all..;)

    crazy times..bro..crazy times..


    People,

    What does this mean? I am not too strong regarding finances, so asking.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20090305/pl_afp/financeeconomyusbankinggovernment


    Does it mean there wont be insurance on our bank deposits if this happens?



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  • kirupa
    05-21 08:32 PM
    Hi Marina - can you zip up and attach your project? :)

    Thanks,
    Kirupa





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  • indianindian2006
    08-28 02:10 PM
    For some reason I remember this Venkat80 got his GC approved. If he is the same guy and playing with our emotions then this guy must be banned right away from IV. Otherwise I am sorry..

    You are right I remember that he posted that he got his GC recently.



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  • vishwak
    08-18 12:20 PM
    I am also having same situation as 'TamilSelven's wife. But my H1 visa was expired in Sept 2009 and I didn't work on that. I am on H4 for now and got one offer from another employer.

    So my queries are :
    - will I get H1 again under COS?
    - If yes, how much time will it take to get H1 again?
    - Does this process will be like a new H1?
    - how much will it cost to my employer with attorney fees?

    Thank you.

    Meet

    Yes You can get new H1B.
    Time Depends on type of processing.....premium you should get within 2 weeks.
    H1B extension or Transfer or New one....whatever its all the same process. But called differently.
    Now H1B fees got hike.....may be around 5K I believe.
    Check for USCIS fee for I-129 on USCIS Home Page (http://www.uscis.gov) and add Education Evaluation, Attorney Fee, Fedex charges etc.

    Please ask your Employer for break up if you are paying for it.





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  • GreenCard_Soon
    01-02 03:06 PM
    Guys, thanks for your responses ! :)





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  • abhi_jais
    05-02 11:31 AM
    You can get the home loan from India. I bought a property couple of years back, that time SBI gave me a very good rate. You can start the application processing from their US location, they will help you with the application process. For the paperwork they will need the details about your job, and for the loan security you'll need to have someone in India who owns a property.

    Personally, I wouldn't go to ICICI because I had a very bad experience with them. Also, if you are buying an apartment make sure the builder has all the approvals from the governments and from the banks. All the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!





    san3297
    03-24 01:16 PM
    AFAIK you cannot use your SSN to receive google adsense revenues if you want to continue on H1B. It counts as business income and Google will send you a 1099 form and that is not allowed on an H1B. What people usually do is get someone in their home country to be the Google Adsense beneficiary. If you use your own ssn, on paper, it puts you out of H1B status.

    Here (http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=714462)is a link with explanations.

    What people usually do is get someone in their home country to be the Google Adsense beneficiary

    How do i register with google adsense to make someone from my home country as beneficiary.In that case wht do i need to give the persons taxid(like pan number from india).How can i do it?





    uma001
    05-07 10:34 AM
    There was no agreement signed. It was just agreed on an email. Am i still bound with the emplyment laws. Just want to understand before taking any steps. Also the project has ended after 4 month but i don't have any document. Also company B can't reveal any internal documents.

    Oh, So the project ended after 4 months. Then you do not need to pay a dime to Company A. In that case, Company B might have already informed company A that project ended and no more billing. If company B has not informed company A, that is Company b's problem. SO you do not worry as long as you havent signed any contract.



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