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  • dixie
    06-20 01:56 PM
    :(

    I wish people here are more sympathetic to those who are ignorant about
    the gravity of the current situation.

    supers789,
    this is the painful truth. Don't think about this too much....we are all coping with this. CIR seems to be dead...Will we get some other legislation to help us out? don't know, may happen...

    Unfortunately, a good many people who havent joined IV yet are also blissfully ignorant of the gravity of the situation. They think its a temporary traffic jam, while in reality our path to a GC has been blocked by a landslide.The backlogs will keep on growing till the authorities (lawmakers in our case) clear the road .. or the affected traffic takes an alternative route.




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  • swamy
    12-08 08:53 PM
    Mark Krikorian's entry on Huckabee's plan. Naturally he's not happy with Any increase on immigration even.
    http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=YzI5MjhhNmQwZjhjMTNlOTgyNGQxN2NkNjQ3ZmIzNzM=


    Its not just any Mark Krikorian, its our beloved 'bigot/racist Mark' - please make sure you always use that prefix or he will be very upset. He's already pissed that anytime the CIS' news releases are picked up by the newspapers/TV, they apparently describe CIS as merely an organization that wants 'stricter immigration' and deliberately leave out their illustrious founding by a courageous racist John Tanton. So - in confusion, ladys, jellyspoons , julia preston, nytimes et all - don't piss off our CIS ppl or they will deport your ass to wherever it came from! And don't think just because you were born here that you are safe cos there's a bill in the works that strips birthright citizenship retroactively!




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    10-15 10:32 PM
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  • saibabu_d
    07-12 01:30 AM
    The following comment made by other member looks inappropriate to me:

    "Schwarzenegger cares for Kali-4-nia. He should support legal immigrants as a lot of this community lives there. Where? In Kali-4-nia."

    I learned that it is not difficult to meet governor; he also have good reputation with Bush ( so things might change in our favor).



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  • gokhale35
    03-01 11:22 AM
    [QUOTE=Can2004;227413]Hi All,
    I used to commute across the border from Canada to work(on h1b) between 2004 and 2006. My passport was stamped just the first time and never after that.

    In 2006 we moved to US by road and started living here. Haven't left States since then. Our passports were checked as usual but not stamped at the border although the U-Haul I was driving was inspected and our luggage and other stuff was inspected too.

    Now I have received a RFE from USCIS on our pending I- 485's that were filed last August. They want us to prove that our last date of entry was indeed what we have entered in the I-485 form.

    Any suggestions on how to respond to this RFE.

    I would suggest to take a letter from your employer saying that you reported to work the following day. Also show any purchases you made after coming back here like credit card bills. Any lease paperwork and checks that you were paying rent or mortgage. These are just few ideas . But do check with your attorney as they are in better position to respond.

    I also did my PR landing in canada and when returning back next day I was not given any new I-94 nor the I-94 was stamped because I was returning within 30 days. But I have not gone back to canada after that and have given up the canada PR because I wanted to pursue the US PR here.




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  • somegchuh
    08-22 12:41 PM
    I think you are absolutely right. Starting a business without a partnership is nearly impossible because you will be violating the H1 by working for it.

    However, if you go into a partnership, that will be like owning stocks of a company. You don't have to work for it.

    But you raise a good point about tax return scrutiny when you go for stamping. They can ask how you were making business income.

    Has anyone here run a business on H1? What are the tax implications?

    I have looked into this and talked to my lawyer. The basic consensus seems to be -- yes you can start your own business (wither alone or in partnership with someone else). But as long as you are on H1B VISA and do not have at least an EAD, you cannot actively(which means you cannot be running the day to day operations) work on your business. You can promote the business perform occasional volunteer work, but cannot be paid for this work.

    I believe you can derive profits from the business (check with your lawyer because he's the one who will have to deal with any USCIS headaches), but as with all things, if the profits are high enough, your business may be scrutinized by the USCIS. Also remember when you go to the consulate to stamp your H1B, they will examine your tax records, and you will have to have a good enough explanation as to how you owned the business without violating the H1B status (by actively working on it). It's tricky and unless you are talking about small amounts of money think very carefully about starting your own business.

    Since you cannot actively run the business, it makes sense to partner with a person who is authorized to run the day to day operations of the business (either a citizen of the US or a perm resident).



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  • Sakthisagar
    12-01 02:44 PM
    Issues facing the 2010 lame-duck session of Congress - The Washington Post (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/lameduck/index.html)

    1. Tax cuts
    The most pressing issue in the lame-duck Congress sounds, at first glance, like a typo.

    The federal government spends more money than it takes in. The two parties both agree that this is bad. Here�s what they can�t agree on: How much less should the government take in, in the years to come?

    The debate is about income tax cuts, passed under President George W. Bush, which are due to expire Dec. 31. If that happens, a single person earning $46,000 a year might see his or her taxes jump $400, according to the nonprofit Tax Policy Center. A married couple earning a total of $440,000, on the other hand, might see an increase of $20,000.

    Most Democrats want to extend tax cuts covering up to the first $250,000 that a family earns in a year. Republican leaders want to keep all the tax cuts, including those on income above $250,000. In a recession, they say, it doesn�t make sense to cut anyone�s taxes.

    Congress and the president could agree to a temporary truce, extending all the tax cuts for a few years only. Or, as some Democrats have suggested recently, they could agree to keep tax cuts on incomes less than $1 million.


    2. The New START treaty
    The point of this U.S.-Russia treaty, signed but not yet ratified, is to continue the slow nuclear stand-down that has followed the Cold War. The two nations would agree to cut deployed long-range nuclear weapons by up to 30 percent and to allow each other to inspect the remaining stockpiles.

    The prevention of nuclear armageddon still enjoys wide support on Capitol Hill.

    But this treaty does not.

    New START must be ratified by two-thirds of the Senate. That was no problem for two past treaties: the first Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, signed in 1992 by President George H.W. Bush, and the �Moscow Treaty,� signed in 2003 by President George W. Bush.

    But now, Sen. John Kyl (Ariz.), the chamber�s second-ranking Republican, has held up the treaty�s passage. Kyl has said he wants more guarantees that the government will properly maintain the nuclear weapons that remain. He also thinks that the lame-duck session is too short a time to consider the issue.

    The White House is now trying to work around Kyl to win over nine other Republican. If it can�t, there will be more Republicans � and perhaps more support for denying Obama a foreign policy win � in January.


    3. �Don�t ask, don�t tell�
    This 17-year-old rule, which bars gay men and lesbians from serving openly in the military, has been under attack all year. This fall, a federal judge ruled the ban unconstitutional and ordered it scrapped. A higher court reinstated the ban while it considers the matter on appeal.

    And on Tuesday, a Pentagon report concluded that ending the ban would pose a low risk to military readiness. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said that the repeal of the rule �should be done.�

    But �don�t ask, don�t tell� isn�t dead yet and could outlive the lame-duck session.

    Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) could bring it up for a vote on the floor this month. But the ascendant GOP is in no mood to cooperate. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) says he�s still worried about the effect on morale, and other Republican leaders say the whole issue is a distraction from their top priority � job creation.


    4. The �Continuing resolution�
    A continuing resolution (known in Hill jargon as a �CR�) is a bill that�s introduced when Congress can�t agree on a full budget for the federal government.

    Instead, it passes a bill to temporarily �continue� funding federal agencies at their present rates.

    Congress must pass a new continuing resolution before Friday. If it doesn�t, the government will shut down � as it did in 1995 during a budget showdown between President Bill Clinton and congressional Republicans.

    The sticking point is Republican demands to shrink federal spending back to 2008 levels. But a shutdown still seems unlikely; while a lot of voters want smaller government, very few seem to want no government.

    Signs from the Hill indicate legislators will beat Friday�s deadline and pass a resolution good for another few weeks, at least.


    5. Unemployment benefits
    Another looming deadline. On Tuesday, emergency unemployment insurance � he federal checks given to the jobless � expired. If nothing is done to extend the benefits, advocates say as many as 3 million people will see their checks cut off by the end of January.

    Some Republicans have voiced concerns about the high cost of these benefits. In the middle of last month, the House failed to approve a plan to extend them, with all but 11 Democrats voting for it and all but 21 Republicans voting against it.


    6. Childhood nutrition
    On Wednesday, House Democratic leaders plan to call a vote that could be a measure of the muscle they�ve got left. At issue: a bill that would feed schoolchildren better food.

    If they can�t win on that, it could be a long month.

    The bill is intended to give more poor children access to subsidized meals at school. It also would improve the quality of those meals and give more federal money to school districts that comply with higher nutrition standards.

    �Kids that have food insecurity learn at a slower rate than their peers,� House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told reporters Tuesday. �Food insecurity� is Washington-speak for �hunger.�

    The bill passed the Senate unanimously. But it will face some Republican opposition in the House from members who say it will impose more costs on struggling school systems.


    7. The DREAM Act
    This bill is aimed at illegal immigrants who came to this country as children. If they go to college or join the military as adults, it would give them a chance to obtain legal residency.

    As attitudes toward illegal immigrants have hardened, support for the bill has collapsed among Republicans and many Democrats. To them, it looks like a kind of amnesty for lawbreakers.

    On Tuesday, Reid could promise only a �test vote� on the issue: he would bring the issue to the Senate floor, and take his chances. The implicit message was that Reid might lose � but lose in a way that showed Hispanic voters he was trying.




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  • newbie2020
    07-07 01:52 PM
    Generally you need not pay the taxes right upfront, However if at the end of the year when you file your taxes, if the IRS determines that you owed lot of taxes and you hadn't make any advance payment it could create lot of issues,

    Also imagine getting a tax bill for $$$$$ at the end of the year and you need to shell out right huge amount instead of making a small installments (Similar to the W2 withholdings )

    Better choice, Make an advance tax payment, it would reduce the tax burden at the end, You may also get a refund.....

    You can make the advance payment by getting an voucher and filling the details...., It need not be in both names, it can be just in your wife's name.

    Again it doesn't matter how much you want to pay up...Pay like 3-4K per quarter and you are good...At the end of the year if you owe any additional amount you will pay it else if you made any extra payments you will get refund

    All of it is just one single payment, Nothing to separate



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  • ruchigup
    08-28 01:28 PM
    Below is the response I got today in email. For the "additional review" part should I be concerned

    The status of this service request is:

    Based on your request we researched the status of this case. We are actively processing this case. However, we have to perform additional review on this case and this has caused a longer processing time. If you do not receive a decision or other notice of action from us within 6 months of this letter, please call customer service at the number provided below.

    If you have any further questions, please call the National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283.




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  • calgirl
    05-25 07:50 PM
    `(G) Aliens who have earned an advanced degree in science, technology, engineering, or math and have been working in a related field in the United States under a nonimmigrant visa during the 3-year period preceding their application for an immigrant visa under section 203(b).

    What does the above statement mean??
    So, folks who have an advanced degree from the US are exempt from the cap? Or advanced degree plus 3 yrs of work exp is required?



    Here is my reading of the amendment.

    If you look at the original bill (S2611) Section 508 reads

    SEC. 508. VISAS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH ADVANCED DEGREES.

    (a) Aliens With Certain Advanced Degrees Not Subject to Numerical Limitations on Employment Based Immigrants-

    (1) IN GENERAL- Section 201(b)(1) (8 U.S.C. 1151(b)(1)), as amended by section 505, is amended by adding at the end the following:

    `(G) Aliens who have earned an advanced degree in science, technology, engineering, or math and have been working in a related field in the United States under a nonimmigrant visa during the 3-year period preceding their application for an immigrant visa under section 203(b).

    `(H) Aliens described in subparagraph (A) or (B) of section 203(b)(1)(A) or who have received a national interest waiver under section 203(b)(2)(B).

    `(I) The spouse and minor children of an alien who is admitted as an employment-based immigrant under section 203(b).'.

    **************************************************

    Bingaman Amendment 4181 and 4182 on the other hand state

    Notwithstanding any other provisions of this act the language in Title V Sec. 501 under the heading ``(2) VISAS FOR SPOUSES AND CHILDREN'' is null and void and the following shall be applicable in lien thereof.
    ``(2) VISAS FOR SPOUSES AND CHILDREN.--
    ``(A) IN GENERAL.--Except as provided in subparagraph (B), immigrant visas issued on or after October 1, 2004, to spouses and children of employment-based immigrants shall not be counted against the numerical limitation set forth in paragraph (1).
    ``(B) NUMERICAL LIMITATION.--The total number of visas issued under paragraph (1)(A) and paragraph (2), excluding such visas issued to aliens pursuant to section 245B or section 245C of the Immigration and Nationality Act, may not exceed 650,000 during any fiscal year.

    ************************************************** ****

    Reading S2611 Section 508 in conjunction with SA4811 and SA4812 specifically shows that STEM + 3 applicants as well as their spouses and children are not subject to any caps. On the other had the troubling part is that those not covered by STEM+3 will have 450,000 principal applicant slots and therefore only 200,000 spouse and children slots. This discrepancy arises from the fact that Bingaman multiplied 290,000 by 1.2 to arrive at his figure while S2611 allows for 450,000 principal applicants in the 1st 10 years to remove backlog.

    SA 4188 is not currently available for reading and it will be interesting to see what change has been made to the language in 508(a)(1)(G) to allow all STEM +3 to be exempt. It would also be interesting to see whether language in Sec 508(b)(3)(III) has been changed to reflect the changes in 508(a)(1)(G)
    Note that if both these sections are changed to allow all STEM+3 then labor certification too becomes easier. Hopefully changes here can provide some relief from Bingaman's torpedo.

    I would appreciate comments as my analysis may be wrong.



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  • viveksri
    02-28 02:13 AM
    Per RFE for I485 they want the proof of Employment Authorization in US starting 12th April 2004 to present.

    I was going thru my all the I-797 approvals for myself and I found that there is a discontinuity in one of the old approval notice.


    WAC-01-XXX-XXXXX 07/15/2001 - 04/05/2004
    WAC-04- XXX-XXXXX 04/30/2004 - 01/18/2005 (This approval start after 25 days)

    But the extension petition was filed prior to expiration of WAC-01-XXX-XXXXX on 17th Dec. 2003. Approval notice has the receive date of 17th Dec 2003.

    Could this gap be a issue, That is why they are asking starting 12th April 2004?

    Per my Lawyer, no need to worry because the extension petition was filed before the expiration of other.

    Please advice.

    VS




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  • EB2_Jun03_dude
    11-29 03:53 PM
    Hello Gurus,

    I got an RFE email yesterday for "additional evidence and/or information" for my pending I-485 (filed Jan 05 for Jun03PD, approved I-140). Hope to get the RFE letter by next week. I am hoping that the RFE is for the usual EVL/pay-stubs/tax-returns/ question.

    Meanwhile I have travel plans starting Dec 13th. So want to get the answers/requested documents to the attorney before I leave. Since my status is still AOS(pending I-485) and I have a valid AP, I am assuming there should be a problem at the POE ? what you guys think?

    thanks.



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  • madan
    01-11 01:17 PM
    Can you please help me to get the form .

    Can i complete that and send to USCIS?

    Thank You...




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  • eb3_nepa
    01-15 11:29 PM
    Unless the country cap is removed from EB immigration - things will not change for folks from India.

    Have you noticed that when it comes to giving amnesty, there is always a special clause that exempts illegals from country caps? Ever wonder why?

    Coz the illegals are already HERE and form a GREAT voter base. These are people who are not very educated (most barely have any education), they band together and can be easily influenced. That makes them an EXCELLENT source of future votes. Educated folks like us can see through the nonsense that politicians promise. Also it is a simple numbers game: LESS than 1 million legal immigrants v/s 13 million Illegal immigrants.

    Do we still wonder why?



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  • neerajkandhari
    10-24 09:32 PM
    The date in 'Receipt Date' field on your 485 form is the start date of your 90 days calculation.

    WHEN I CALLED USCIS THEY TOLD ME THE NOTICE DATE IS WHERE THEY START THEIR CALCULATION

    I AM IN THE SAME BOAT
    WAITING FOR AP
    TICKS TO INDIA ALREADY ISSUED FOR DEC
    I HOPE I GET MY AP BY THEN




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  • aat0995
    04-27 07:22 PM
    I filed I-140 at NSC on 07/27/2007 LUD - 01/02/2008, but my current case status reads as below

    The I140 IMMIGRANT PETITION FOR ALIEN WORKER was transferred and is now pending standard processing at a USCIS office. You will be notified by mail when a decision is made, or if the office needs something from you. If you move while this case is pending, please use our Change of Address online tool to update your case with your new address. We process cases in the order we receive them. You can use our processing dates to estimate when this case will be done, counting from when USCIS received it. Follow the link below to check processing dates. You can also receive automatic e-mail updates as we process your case. To receive e-mail updates, follow the link below to register.


    The status doesn't specify the transfered location. Does anyone have a similar case status and know where the case could have been transfered. To me the obvious choice seems like TSC. Please correct me if my assumption is wrong, your input will be appreciated


    I also have the same message. However, if I call USCIS and then enter the receipt number it says I have reached TSC. So I assume my case is at TSC.



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  • sk.aggarwal
    11-02 06:08 AM
    Call your employer and ask him for all these documents. These are agreements between your employer and client. He should have these.




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  • H1B-GC
    07-13 03:23 PM
    The blog is an 'ancient' news in IV.This been discussed and discarded




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  • needhelp!
    10-19 10:39 PM
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    my2cents
    09-30 12:58 PM
    If the employer revokes i140 before 180 days then what happens ,, is there any way to continue 485 ?

    if approved I-140 is revoked, then Ur I-140 is not portable.ur I-485 will be denied. at the best u can ask employer delay the revoke till 180 days are passed.

    if pending I-140 is withdrawan then I-485 will be denied and at the best u can ask employer to continue I-140 until it is approved and then revoke if 180 days are passed.

    3) 1 1/2 yrs is the current H1-B status


    Thanks
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    chee
    11-01 11:13 AM
    There was a change in the LUD for my AP...Stus say its been mailed out for me and my spouse



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