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  • imm_check
    11-05 09:01 AM
    I think this has happened a lot and not sonething to worry about before December. If by then you haven't received the receipt - then call them.



    Thanks to one and all for your feedback....i shall wait for some more days before talking to USICS




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  • desibechara
    08-01 07:35 PM
    hi:

    I am filing my I140 and i485 togther this week. I have had 2 previous employers to the current one.

    I wporked for my first employer for nearly 3 years ( some months less) and then other employer for some 4 months and finally switching to the current employer..where I have been working for 6.5 years.

    I am getting experience letter from first employer but second employer where I worked for 4 months has no record.

    Is it ok to file I140 with just experienced letters from my first and the present employer and let go the one with just 4 months? Please let me now..I did call the former employer who worked there..but she also does not remmeber because it was 7 years back and that too for short time.

    Please let me know..is that is risky or will come back with RFE?

    DB




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  • Shailesh76
    12-09 10:34 AM
    Here is my letter with names out:
    Dear Senator,
    My name is -------, and I am a highly skilled technology consulting professional from India. I came to the U.S. back in 2000 on employment and since then, I have made an excellent contribution to all the employers that I have worked for. My current work involves consulting in Public Sector for a State Police Agency. I am involved in developing an information system that will increase officer safety, and boost crime prevention and control.

    However, I feel that my human rights are being violated.

    My wife, --------, is a CPA - a highly qualified and accomplished individual. She cleared the NASBA CPA exam with flying colors in first attempt.

    However, she feels her human rights are being violated.

    This is so due to an issue called Employer Based Green Card Retrogression.

    In these years, we have earned top notch dollars, paid taxes, made charitable contributions, visited numerous craft fairs and bought American products, and participated in the cultural diversity of this country. Highly skilled and accomplished as we are, we don't have a life.
    We don't have a life, because we don't have security and peace of mind. We don't have peace of mind because after toiling for more than six years, we are still temporary workers. We don't have a green card yet.
    Because we don't have a green card, life has come to a hold. Here's how.
    For the longest time we didn't participate in my employer's 401 K plan because we weren't sure if we will get our green card and become permanent residents and hence be able to enjoy fruit of our labor after retirement. I didn�t buy life insurance, or make long term investments for the same reason - unless we get a green card it seems like we are living in an exotic refugee camp. We haven't bought a home because our H1Bs have always been tied to a particular employer, and there is always this chance where if for some reason one of us loses our job, then we will not be able to afford the mortgage and may also have to leave the country in a matter of days, leaving no time for us to sell the house.
    Senator, where is my American Dream? Why has America created a temporary workers' program which is completely unfavorable to the worker's quality of life and long term welfare?
    My wife's H1B visa is expiring this February 2007, and since her green card was not filed and mine has no chances of showing up in that time, she will have to quit her job and sit at home - almost under house arrest. I can't even imagine what it would do the morale and self-confidence of a dignified woman who has earned her living through her hard work all these years.
    Senator, we are in a crisis.
    EB Green Card backlogs have resulted for individuals coming from high-demand countries, even when the overall cap has not been reached and regardless of the fact that these high-demand countries are often the only source of individuals capable of filling high-skilled jobs. Those caught in the backlog are forced to spend up to seven years waiting, unable to become true stakeholders in this country, putting their lives on hold in the hopes that a green card will eventually become available to them. Not surprisingly, these talented professionals often tire of waiting and leave the U.S. to put their knowledge and skills to use in other countries eager to compete with and surpass the U.S.

    But this need not be the case.

    By passing legislation that provides H-1B and EB green card backlog relief, you will be showing your support for enabling the best and brightest from around the globe to contribute their skills and knowledge to the U.S. economy, which is good for American workers, American businesses, and the country�s long-term economic health.

    I request your support for the High-Skilled Immigrant Interim Relief Act of 2006 bill introduced in the Senate by Senator Cornyn. This bill provides relief to legal high-skilled immigrants waiting patiently for their permanent residency and gives required impetus to innovation and competitiveness in the U.S. A similar bill popularly known as the Securing Knowledge, Innovation and Leadership (SKIL) bill was introduced in the Senate by Senator Cornyn and co-sponsored by Senators Allard, Allen, Bennett, Enzi, Hutchison and Lott. This bill has also been introduced in the House by Rep. Shadegg and co-sponsored by Reps. Conaway, Doolittle, Flake, Hoekstra, McCaul, Pence, Shimkus and Tiahrt.


    I am a member of Immigration Voice, a national grassroots organization of legal high-skilled immigrants. Our organization is committed to helping the United States maintain economic competitiveness by retaining the world's best and brightest talent in the United States.

    My family and about 500,000 others are in urgent need of your action in this matter.




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  • logiclife
    05-14 04:37 PM
    Guys,

    The timing of this visa bulletin is suspicious. Right at the nick of time, when the senate is discussing increasing EB quotas, this news comes in. Plus they are saying that there will be forward movement, in the EB cut-off dates in the coming months to rhyme with the current negotatitions in Congress on CIR/ SKIL.

    IV should not step behind in their legislation efforts. Even, if visa bulletin dates are current today, they might retrogress later, when the I-485 application starts to process (Current I-485 processing time shows applications processing as of Sept. 10, 2006, which is 8 months before). No one knows, if eight months from now, the cut-off dates will retrogress further or advance, due to the BEC closing out in Sept. 2007 and PERM applications processed from March 2005 onwards.

    No one is scaling back. I dont really think there is any conspiracy to this and I think this is really good news.

    However the core group is still committed to getting retrogression issue addressed by congress. In fact, I am right now in DC and I am attending a briefing event tommorow. Aman was here last week thurs and Friday and will be here again next week. We are continuing efforts regardless of this big jump because we know that dates can move in reverse direction as it has in the past. In Oct 2005, EB3 dates took a huge movement backwards into 1998 and such reverse movements can happen again this year in October or in last quarter of fiscal year 2007. So we are taking this with cautious optimism and continuing our work with this.



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  • gc_kosam
    06-02 04:11 PM
    Thanks

    What is the basis for the answers? Please provide some reference.

    I thought that answer to
    Q1: Yes they need to re do I-140
    Q2 : Regular timeframe


    Guru's can some one give your thoughts to my 2 question (here I am posting my 1st post again for the reference):

    My employer filed my I 485 last year during July visa bulletin under EB3. My I 140 is already approved from the same employer. Now my employer is planning to apply for EB2 labor. My queries are

    1) Once my EB2 labor gets approved, Do they have to file new I 140 again (OR) can they use the approved I 140 (EB3) to port my PD to EB2 application

    2) If they apply for new EB2 140...does this invalidate my approved EB3 140 ???

    3) If they have to file I 140 again for EB2...is this I 140 goes through the regular time frames (12months) (OR) since my EB3 140 is already approved my EB2 140 gets approved faster.




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  • coolvigo
    07-11 03:12 PM
    Just keep waiting. My PD was current for months now, but my 140 is still pending. just keep waiting.

    I think we can file for 485 even when I-140 is pending? We will get green card after 140 is approved but we can file for 485 and EAD ? Can anyone comment who has gone thru this process?



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  • sledge_hammer
    06-29 02:42 PM
    My attorney clearly said she cannot get to my file until the end of the first week. She assured me though that she will be able to file it by July 15th.

    They are overwhelved with cases, and they are working weekends also.




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  • thomachan72
    12-21 01:18 PM
    Wiring the money is the best and safest option for large amounts. If you wire it into your NRE then it will not be converted into rupee unless you specifically instruct that to happen. You can hold it in US dollars till the value appreciates.
    Usually you can wire it for approx $35 to 40 and it takes about 2 working days.



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  • santosh08872
    12-02 10:06 PM
    Thanks for sharing the great news, I am going to join on EAD for new job and at least one thing less to think about.




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  • paskal
    05-30 08:46 PM
    ramus

    how do i know whether the webfax i sent went only to my state or to all senators with the new method? when did the system change?



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  • raju123
    02-09 07:44 PM
    This is very serious matter. EB community should strongly oppose
    It is time for Fight to Finish !

    I doubt if the above three even know what the whole deal on these 90K visas is. where they come from, what are at stakes, who lost them, why they lost them etc things. I agree with you that we need to call these and let them know that these belong to EB, hence recapture them for EB and request them to allocate special 50K/90K to Schedule A




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  • Blog Feeds
    10-30 12:30 PM
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_HrmmM9Zhq1c/SurcX41g7OI/AAAAAAAAARE/9rIITAzGTIQ/s320/uscisLogo.gif (http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_HrmmM9Zhq1c/SurcX41g7OI/AAAAAAAAARE/9rIITAzGTIQ/s1600-h/uscisLogo.gif)

    USCIS has issued a Fact Sheet (http://www.uscis.gov/USCIS/New%20Structure/Press%20Releases/2009%20Press%20Releases/Oct%202009/public_charge_fact_sheet.pdf) explaining what renders a person a "public charge" and therefore inadmissible to the US and ineligible to become a permanent resident. This inadmissibility applies to anyone who "at the time of application for admission or adjustment of status, is likely at any time to become a public charge."



    The Fact Sheet explains that "public charge" means

    an individual who is likely to become �primarily dependent on the government for subsistence, as demonstrated by either the receipt of public cash assistance for income maintenance, or institutionalization for long-term care at government expense.....In determining whether an alien meets this definition for public charge inadmissibility, a number of factors must be considered, including age, health, family status, assets, resources, financial status, education, and skills. No single factor - other than the lack of an affidavit of support, if required - will determine whether an individual is a public charge.

    The following are not considered for "public charge" purposes because they are "non-cash benefits or special-purpose cash benefits that are not intended for income maintenance":



    Medicaid and other health insurance and health services (including public assistance for immunizations and for testing and treatment of symptoms of communicable diseases, use of health clinics, short-term rehabilitation services, prenatal care, and emergency medical services) other than support for long-term institutional care

    Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
    Nutrition programs, including Food Stamps, the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program, and other supplementary and emergency food assistance programs
    Housing benefits
    Child care services
    Energy assistance, such as the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
    Emergency disaster relief
    Foster care and adoption assistance
    Educational assistance (such as attending public school), including benefits under the Head Start Act and aid for elementary, secondary, or higher education
    Job training programs
    In-kind, community-based programs, services, or assistance (such as soup kitchens, crisis counseling and intervention, and short-term shelter)
    Non cash benefits under TANF such as subsidized child care or transit subsidies
    Cash payments that have been earned, such as Title II Social Security benefits, government pensions, and veterans' benefits, among other forms of earned benefits, do not support a public charge determination.
    Unemployment compensation is also not considered for public charge purposes.
    https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/2893395975825897727-8502419783903578432?l=martinvisalaw.blogspot.com


    More... (http://martinvisalaw.blogspot.com/2009/10/cis-issues-public-charge-fact-sheet.html)



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  • starlite
    07-22 04:27 AM
    I guess this community is not for willful violators like you. Here we are trying to share information from/for people who follow rules. There are many people (anti-immigration lobbyist and anti-H1b lobby) reading this forum. This will give impression as if this forum is for giving advise to people like you who do not care for the law and will give bad name to IV. I guess you should cough up some money and get advise from a good immigration lawyer. Also, I would suggest a moderator or administrator to look into this matter adn have this thread removed.


    Dear 1234mg,
    The immigrant community makes up for all kinds of people with different harships and challenges. My personal story has to do with being out of status as a minor due to the lack of resources that my parents couldn't keep me in status. Yes, my presence in the past violated the immigration law, but it was due to circumstances that were out of my control. And I've taken personal responsiblity to keep my records in accordance of the law ever since I reentered the US.

    Your description of my story as "willful" violation is very judgmental and sounds like you feel righteous. But I bet you personally know someone who may have been out of status for one reason or another and I wonder if you are this confrontational and heartless with the person.

    If you don't have words of encouragement or constructive feedback, then I suggest that you worry about your own. It doesn't take too much to get out of status given the current immigration system nowadays.




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  • rock581
    07-18 05:32 AM
    Thank you all for replying.

    Well I will surely consult the attorney but they will be too busy now to answer some trivial questions. My attorney doesn't respond soon enough and I might have to take some decisions soon in the next couple of days.

    My spouse got his visa stamped. So he is all ready. I was thinking if my spouse could come on Aug 10th get the formalities done and leave for Canada on Aug 14th and come back after cumulative 365 +4 days are over on Aug 22nd then shouldn't it work? I am guessing he should be eligible to get his H1 next year .



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  • overhere
    07-18 11:08 AM
    I discussed this to a lawyer. He said that even if I file in August, it will still be accepted since I am qualified to apply in July. This is a bit confusing.

    I was thinking of looking for new employer which already has all the paperworks done (10 + 30 days). These are valid until 180 days. I hope to find one so that I can file this July.

    hope you'll find one. good luck.




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  • saadm
    01-11 01:40 AM
    This message is for people who posting against the reform bill, its just surprising how you all come to this country for better life .. and now complaining!! Just because you had better education and had a chance to go to college doesn't give you the right to look at others as less than you.

    Yes, they come to U.S and might overstayed... guess what you might done the same thing if you wanted better life for your family.

    The illegals came to U.S for the same reason you are here for ... Better life for their families and children. Just because now they have a chance to change their situation little bit faster than you do ... doesn't mean we should hate them and start claiming that they will bring U.S backward...... Just because of these people you have food on your table...

    Its not their fault that most of Indian cases are in back log, you have a choice either be patient or go back....!

    We need to care and wish good for others as we wish it for our-self and our family members. Be side the bill is not giving them green card or citizenship right a way they have to wait 6 or more years before they get to this point..... all what they are getting is legalization of thier present in U.S nothing more...

    But you have another choice cross the border and come back as illegal you might get yor paper work done faster !! :eek::p



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  • ck_b2001
    07-26 02:56 PM
    I didnt send the checks,our lawyer did.So,i dont have a clue when they were cashed.

    Can any one tell the time between check cleared and Notice issued. My lawyer sent the checks and he will never bother checking his account daily for me. Hence Notice is the only thing i will get.




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  • mihird
    11-15 10:48 PM
    It will be YOUR I-140, not your spouse's...your spouse doesn't even have to disclose your I-140 story while going through F1 stamping...

    The trouble only starts when you file 485..now if your spouse is on a F1...the immigrant/non-immigrant conflict of intent could pose a problem...




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  • alterego
    03-16 10:43 AM
    I am not sure why folks make such a big deal about this. Just because one or two people had a nasty experience with an officer does not mean traveling on a valid AP document is a significant risk. For that matter if you try to reenter on H1b you could have problems. I have reentered the US on about 10-12 occasions over the years. On J1, On H1, On AP. Funny enough my worst experience was on H1b (that too just a mean officer demanding my petition documents..........not sure what he meant to this day) anyway.
    So the moral of the story is that travel out of the USA always involves a small element of risk, but that should not deter one from living their life.
    As for the people who move on and work for another employer using A21, here too you are within the law, and if you are worried about it you can keep a copy of AC21 or a letter from your lawyer and your current employer along with your paystubs and your approved labor/140/filed 485 with you. Of course, you never present all that to the officer unless asked. And be polite and courteous, remember it is a privilege to enter this country, once we are citizens it will become our right.
    Interestingly, one time when I mentioned that I reside in Michigan, the officer corrected me to say I was staying there and could use reside once my 485 was approved. To me it was semantics, but hey..........
    Life is too short for stressing over things like this. You were granted AP for a reason.............to travel, unless something untoward happens with your 485 during this time(unlikely) not much is likely to go wrong at entry.
    Happy travels folks, quit worrying so much and live your lives.




    ghost
    02-04 08:52 AM
    Yeah, H-1B is a dual-intent visa where you are allowed to apply for permanent residency besides temporarily working in US...so, unless there are any specific Malaysian Immigration restrictions, your US Consulate in KL should not be asking you for any proof of air ticket purchase.

    Having said that, this list of additional supporting documents that they might ask is not standard across various consulates. So, it is better for you to directly get a list of "additional supporting documents" that they have on radar either through the consulate or any of your Malaysian friends/network.

    Since it is a H-1B extension, at the bare minimum, you should carry the certified copy of I-129 by your immigration attorney, most recent employment verification letter signed by your supervisor, most recent pay statements, W2s and bank statements. This is in addition to your I-797 original, original educational degree certificates, a copy of your resume and the completed DS-156, DS-157 forms.

    Good Luck!




    PDOCT05
    10-30 03:17 PM
    I filed Concurrently I485 and I140 on August 13 . I have recieved the application rejected notice due to missing signatures on the financial statement by my employer (Hard luck i guess or smartness by employer dont know). As per USCIS statetment they have requested to complete the Application as signed and sent back including the fee and form.

    The notice havent mentioned to refile with new fee . COuld anyone please advise on urgent basis
    if new fees is required ?
    Would i still be assigned old processing date or it would be considered as new application ?

    As per my research USCIS should accept the Old Fee..we never know they may reject...as a safe side refile the application as per the notice and write a separate check for the diff amount of old and new fees.Along with the check include a letter mentioning about the new check.



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