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  • lvaka
    07-17 06:51 PM
    Thanks a lot IV Core. I am sure this is a very small contribution for the cause. Just to start with here is my $100 one time contribution.

    Order Details - Jul 17, 2007 7:16 PM EDT
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  • GCKabhayega
    07-16 04:52 PM
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    When will the next month dates come out ???

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  • NKR
    10-28 02:27 PM
    This is the first time I came across.

    Yep, when I asked God for GC, he gave me USCIS...

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  • newbee7
    07-05 01:00 AM
    Although USCIS stated in its 2006 Annual Report Response (at p. 8) that it provides detailed data to DOS, the tri-agency group identified gaps in USCIS’ data. Through these discussions, the Ombudsman learned that accounting and processing methods differ at the Nebraska and Texas Service Centers (where USCIS processes employment-based petitions).


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  • BharatPremi
    12-09 04:50 PM

    1) Is it possible to allow minimum ONE TIME contributions like $10?
    Ans: Yes. It can be done through PAYPAL - payment need to be sent to
    2) Is it possible to allow minimum RECURRING contributions like $10?
    Ans: Seeing the need of assuring sure funding IV core team has decided minimum $50/- recurring option.When I am talking to my friends, we felt that the above things increase the
    Contributions. We are also thinking that it is easy to ask friends to contribute if there are no limits on the contributions.

    If I am correct there are more than 25,000 Members. If there are 10% of active members and each contribute $10 we get another $25000 that is required for the Bill.

    My Contributions:
    $50 Recurring Contributions from Nov 07.
    Contributed $100 for the DC Rally.
    $25 to the local Northern California Chapter in Oct 07.
    Contributed to AILF $100 during the July visa bulletin time.


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  • bheemi
    08-20 10:52 AM
    i am same as u r case.
    u HAVE TO request your attorney or u r self should raise a service request and take infopass to start the processing case..unless u do something about it..they wont apply eb3 PD to EB2 pd autaomatically..they dont ahve any tracking system to do it..
    U have to fight for it..and raise service requests etc..


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  • cendra
    04-30 11:15 AM
    EB3-PD Jul 02
    LC Approved Jan 07
    I-140 Pending since March 07

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  • GCNirvana007
    09-10 11:37 PM
    Well VXG,
    I know what you are saying about Biometrics...both of our biometrics were done at the same time any case I can't challenge my attorney especially one which is the largest in Boston...we will wait for the FP and then bug him least she is current next month too........

    Well good luck with Lawrence Infopass.....strange place no parking ...had to park by a No parking sign where every other car was parked....the office is lush such a waste of public money.....and absolutely useless chaps....actually if I had got my lawyer;s mail an hour back I may not have made that long trip.....

    Well Boston USCIS is no better we have experience over there too couple of years back....

    Will have to go there again..not sure if Lawrence has Biometrics facility or not....

    OOOOOOOOFFFFFFFfffff how much more can I bear..................


    :p See what you got to deal with marriage, i am TOTALLY kidding


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  • kerstbrd
    07-04 06:16 PM
    I am from Bosnia, so yes I guess it's ROW (rest of the world).
    I whish you all the best resolution of this crisis. Trully. I really feel your pain and the pain of many of my friends who are affected by this.
    I know when I first came on this site, it was devastating to read about so much negative stuff, so many cases in a limbo for years. I wanted to read som positive stories too. So, I hope that cases like mine give some people hope.

    Thanks for the positive update.

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  • calaway42
    10-04 01:04 AM
    I am suppose to fill in the whole layer.. hwhere is the marquee area for the whole layer?


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  • abimanyu
    09-11 07:10 AM
    My significant other's labor processing begain in DEC 2002, the application was made in Jan 2003, and it reached the Dallas BEC on July 2003, here labor was certified on Aug 2006, and we received notice from the lawyers day before yesterday. Now the next wait begins, for PD to become current.

    It took 3 years for the 1st stage processing, maybe it will take another 6 years to complete the 2nd and 3rd stage processing. If this trend continues I might be ready to retire by the time the GC arrives.:)

    After reading this, I was not sure whether that 140K included the Labour backlogs. I know the BECs have been a lot more active lately and have been pumping out approvals/denials more rapidly.
    If infact 140K backlogs do include them, then perhaps that would be a good thing, since atleast then we can perhaps begin to get our arms around this and understand how long our waits will actually be.
    One thing is for sure they have definitely stepped up the speed of things at the USCIS with other filings after retrogression hit.

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    04-29 09:07 PM
    Thanks you very much for your reply.

    I have paystub till Jan 09 . All the copanies are asking for recent paystub, but I don't have. My question is:

    If any company interest to transfer my H1B, how it will work for me ?


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  • texcan
    08-04 09:29 PM
    I've applied for EAD/AP renewal for both myself and my wife. I spent $1,290 for this.

    Say I got my GC approved and then I call USCIS and withdraw my pending EAD/AP application. Will I get a refund for pending EAD/AP application, if I get my GC approved before EAD/AP approval?


    India EB2; PD - Nov 05
    I-140 - Filed Mar '06; Approved Jun '06
    I-485 - Reached NSC July 26'07;

    My friend,

    Donot get angry, its not personal to you...but for the action.

    Please live your life and try not to find excuses to be unhappy.
    Think about this, you have been waiting for GC ( assumption) for last 3-4 years, you must have had your times of frustration, everyone does...but now when your GC is thru or about to be thru; you have found a way to stay anxious, unhappy.

    Sorry to say these words to you, please donot mind and not take it personally.

    Be happy at least and spread some joy in community.

    See the link below, this is inspiration and actions i expect from community (IV) /friends/group. Please see

    Please donate some time, money to IV...if not some cheer at least.

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    06-17 07:36 AM


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  • dpp
    06-28 03:03 PM

    I dont know why its wrong for you. sounds very logical to me. Dont bring in the discussion of unnecessary current employment verification. The letter has to state that the employer is willing to hire him as a future employee. NOT RIGHT NOW. So the title has to be the title stated in the PERM/Labor Cert

    Do you know what letters you want for filing I-485 for yourself and spouse?

    If not, here it is. Employer needs to give 2 letters,

    1) Employment verification letter --- this is from current employment where you are working now
    2) Employment offer letter. ---- this is from the future employer who filed your PERM

    Please check with others before you comment on my words.

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  • trueguy
    04-28 12:04 PM
    No issues for me when I came back on H1B on 4/20/2009.

    I had a H1B stamped on my passport from my previous employer and I was carrying new H1B approval notice from my current employer. I got I-94 till the validity of my new H1B approval from my current employer.

    No issues whatsoever, no question asked and it was smooth sail.


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    07-27 02:37 PM

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  • pellucid
    04-05 03:31 PM
    America embraces foreign-born ballplayers, but not engineers, much to the
    dismay of big business, says Fortune's Marc Gunther.

    By Marc Gunther, Fortune senior writer

    NEW YORK (Fortune) -- Imagine if the baseball season had begun this week
    without such foreign-born stars as Albert Pujols, David Ortiz, Justin
    Morneau and the latest Japanese import, pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka and his
    mysterious "gyroball."

    It wouldn't be as much fun, would it? Fans want to see the most skilled
    players compete - immigrants and Americans.

    So why is it that people don't want skilled immigrants to compete for jobs
    in the multibillion-dollar technology industry?

    They view these immigrants as a threat. CNN anchor Lou Dobbs argues
    permitting more educated, foreign-born engineers, scientists and teachers
    into the country would force many qualified American workers out of the job

    That may be true in baseball, where the number of jobs on big league rosters
    is fixed. That's not necessarily so in technology, where people with skills
    and ambition help expand job opportunities. Immigrants helped start Sun
    Microsystems, Intel (Charts), Yahoo! (Charts), eBay (Charts) and Google (
    Charts). Would America be better off if they'd stayed home?

    "This is not about filling jobs that would go to Americans," says Robert
    Hoffman, an Oracle (Charts) vice president and co-chair of a business
    coalition called Compete America, which favors allowing more skilled workers
    into the United States. "This is important to create jobs. It's not a zero
    sum game."

    This week, as it happens, is not just opening week of the baseball season.
    It's the week when employers rush to apply for the limited number of visas,
    called H-1B visas, that became available on April 1 to allow them to
    temporarily hire educated, foreign-born workers. This year, Congress has
    allowed 65,000 of these H-1B visas, plus another 20,000 for foreign-born
    students who earn advanced degrees from U.S. universities. After obtaining
    guest-worker visas, employees can then seek green cards that allow them to
    stay in the United States

    FedEx and UPS did a brisk business last weekend because the visas are
    awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The first 65,000 are already
    gone. The 20,000 earmarked for graduates of U.S. universities will be
    distributed in a month or two, experts say.

    This makes it very hard for companies to hire foreign-born graduates of the
    U.S.'s top schools. More than half the graduate students in science and
    engineering at U.S. universities were born overseas.

    "It's sending a signal to the best international students that they may not
    want to make their career in the United States," says Stuart Anderson,
    executive director of the National Foundation for American Policy, a
    research group. (Anderson, an immigration specialist, also wrote a study of
    baseball and immigration that's available here as a PDF file.)

    Expanding H1-B visas is a top priority for U.S. tech firms. Bill Gates,
    Microsoft's (Charts) chairman, told Congress last month: "I cannot overstate
    the importance of overhauling our high-skilled immigration system....
    Unfortunately, our immigration policies are driving away the world's best
    and brightest precisely when we need them most."

    CNN's Lou Dobbs was unimpressed. "The Gates plan would force many qualified
    American workers right out of the job market," he fretted on the air after
    Gates testified. "There's something wrong when a man as smart as Bill Gates
    advances an elitist agenda, without regard to the impact that he's having on
    working men and women in this country."

    It's not just Dobbs. Internet bulletin boards and blogs are filled with
    complaints about foreign-born engineers. The U.S. branch of the Institute of
    Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the leading society of engineers,
    brought about 60 engineers to Washington last month to ask for reforms to
    the H-1B program. IEEE-USA supports a bill proposed by Senators Dick Durbin,
    an Illinois Democrat, and Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, that is
    designed to crack down on companies that use the guest worker program to
    displace Americans from jobs.

    As it happens, most of the largest users of the H1-B program are not
    American companies but foreign firms that want to move jobs out of the
    United States. Seven of the 10 firms that requested the most H1-B visas in
    2006 were outsourcing firms based in India, which use the visas to train
    workers in the United States before they are rotated home, according to Ron
    Hira, an engineer who teaches public policy at the Rochester Institute of
    Technology. Indian outsourcing firms Wipro and Infosys were the two top
    requestors of H1-B visas.

    In a paper for the Economic Policy Institute, Hira says that expanding H-1B
    visas without improving controls will "lead to more offshore outsourcing of
    jobs, displacement of American technology workers (and) decreased wages and
    job opportunities" for Americans. He told me: "Bill Gates talks about how
    you are shutting out $100,000-a-year software engineers. But if you look at
    the median wage for new H1-B workers, it's closer to $50,000."

    Asked about that, Jack Krumholtz, who runs Microsoft's Washington office,
    said the average salary for Microsoft's H1-B workers is more than $109,000,
    and that the company spends another $10,000 to $15,000 per worker applying
    for the visas and helping workers apply for green cards. "We only hire
    people who we want to have on our team for the long run," he said.

    It seems clear that Microsoft - along with Oracle, Intel, Hewlett Packard
    and other members of the Compete America coalition - do not use the guest
    worker program to hire cheap labor. They just want to hire the best
    engineers, many of whom are foreign born.

    So what to do? Everyone seems to agree that the H1-B program needs fixing. (
    Even Hira, the critic, says the United States should absorb more high-
    skilled immigrants.) Whether Congress can fix it is questionable. The guest-
    worker program is tied up in the debate over broader immigration reforms.

    But guess what? Just last year, Congress passed the Compete Act of 2006,
    which stands (sort of) for "Creating Opportunities for Minor League
    Professions, Entertainers and Teams through Legal Entry." Yes, that law made
    it easier for baseball teams to get visas for foreign-born minor league

    If the government can fix the problem for baseball, surely it can do so for
    technology, too.

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  • r2i2009
    05-14 04:21 PM
    2009------we can see something happening.
    Until then Visa Bulleting is our best hope and source
    Let us pray.

    08-31 03:08 PM
    Bottomline is that the whole process translates to Luck.

    Surely is. That's why if you search on this forum there are so many theories and postulates put forward that tries to second guess or figure out what their algorithm/methodology is. The last person who could guess the PD movement algorithm was VDLRao, but he is MIA nowadays.

    Anyways if anyone who has their PDs current on this forum and believes that they are feeling lucky tommorrow or anytime in the next month, I would suggest NOT to wait for GC news. When you're feeling lucky go to Vegas, maybe a multimillion $ jackpot that you always dreamt about is around the corner:D.

    03-26 12:04 PM

    I think the point we're trying to make is TOI could probably write about "relevant" problems. Illegal immigration is not a problem we're fighting in this forum. Anyone recollect an article in recent times in TOI on impact of GC backlog and retrogression?

    The press is the primary forum for people's voices to be heard even in a difficult democracy like India.

    Let the media be aware of the problems NRIs are going through. Most people back home(Des) will think that people in the US have a cushy life with no worries, when the reality is different.

    This topic is really debatable, but its simply my humble opinion.

    And guess what: making the India NRI minister (Vayalar Ravi) of these issues didn't even result in getting an email response back. We might as well expect that "nothing will happen". But, what's the harm in trying? Just a few minutes of time (and electrons) expended).

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