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  • ti6o_69
    07-07 06:38 AM
    Hello,

    this is my orange work during the time. This is Me and My Girlfriend during the one very exciting holiday. It was very warmer ,I was very thirsty , enough "fall in love" and found this wonderful place, which we named "Orange Hills".

    http://forumfilm.bg/dynamic/Orange_Hills.jpg

    Hope, you`ll enjoy the picture :party:




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  • snhn
    07-18 03:46 PM
    so someone with a DWI on their record, will potentially cause problems when they apply for 485. Has anyone heard of anybody getting their green card with a DWI, after 9/11. what kind of issues one had to go through.

    THanks




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  • aim-high
    08-14 08:48 AM
    I have currently applied for GC under EB3. Got a new job offer in a different state and planning to take up the new job offer. For AC-21, what are the docs/forms required ?
    Do I have to do anything special because I am moving to a different state ?




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  • wandmaker
    11-25 10:15 PM
    bigboy007: As long as you have filled the form given by ASC officer and she has endorsed your FP notice, You are fine. ASC officer was right, single finger print will cover both of your applications. Just relax, I see no issues.



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  • obviously
    03-08 09:04 PM
    Great job Aman!

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  • petepatel
    09-01 01:40 AM
    filed I140/I485/I765 on Aug 6
    recieved on Aug 10

    No Receipts
    No Checks Cashed



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  • testtesttest
    07-17 05:56 PM
    http://murthy.com/uscis_update.pdf




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  • Macaca
    06-12 07:33 AM
    The System at Work (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/06/11/AR2007061101859.html) By E. J. Dionne Jr. (http://projects.washingtonpost.com/staff/email/e.+j.+dionne+jr./) (postchat@aol.com), Tuesday, June 12, 2007

    We have become political hypochondriacs. We seem eager to declare that "the system" has come down with some dread disease, to proclaim that an ideological "center" blessed by the heavens no longer exists, and woe unto us. An imperfect immigration bill is pulled from the Senate floor, and you'd think the Capitol dome had caved in.

    It's all nonsense, but it is not harmless nonsense. The tendency to blame the system is a convenient way of leaving no one accountable. Those who offer this argument can sound sage without having to grapple with the specifics of any piece of legislation. There is the unspoken assumption that wisdom always lies in the political middle, no matter how unsavory the recipe served up by a given group of self-proclaimed centrists might be.

    And when Republicans and Democrats are battling each other with particular ferocity, there is always a call for the appearance of an above-the-battle savior who will seize the presidency as an independent. This messiah, it is said, will transcend such "petty" concerns as philosophy or ideology.

    Finally, those who attack the system don't actually want to change it much. For example, there's a very good case for abolishing the U.S. Senate. It often distorts the popular will since senators representing 18 percent of the population can cast a majority of the Senate's votes. And as Sen. John McCain said over the weekend, "The Senate works in a way that relatively small numbers can block legislation."

    But many of the system-blamers in fact love Senate rules that, in principle, push senators toward the middle in seeking solutions. So they actually like the system more than they let on.

    As it happens, I wish the immigration bill's supporters had gotten it through -- not because I think this is great legislation but because some bill has to get out of the Senate so real discussions on a final proposal can begin.

    Notice how tepid that paragraph is. The truth is that most supporters of this bill find a lot of things in it they don't like. The guest-worker program, in particular, strikes me as terribly flawed. The bill's opponents, on the other hand, absolutely hate it because they see it as an effective amnesty for 12 million illegal immigrants. And, boy, did those opponents mobilize. In well-functioning democracies, mobilized minorities often defeat unenthusiastic majorities.

    And some "centrist" compromises are more coherent and politically salable than others. Neither side on the immigration issue has the popular support to get exactly what it wants. So a bill aimed at creating a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants is full of grudging concessions to the anti-immigration side. These have the effect of demobilizing the very groups that support the underlying principles of this bill. That's not a system problem. It just happens that immigration is a hard issue that arouses real passion.

    Typically, advocates of the system-breakdown theory move quickly from immigration to the failure of President Bush's Social Security proposals. Why, they ask, can't the system "fix" entitlements?

    The simple truth is that a majority of Americans (I'm one of them) came to oppose Bush's privatization ideas. That reflected both a principled stand and a practical judgment. From our perspective, a proposal to cut benefits and create private accounts was radical, not centrist.

    An authentically "centrist" solution to this problem would involve some modest benefit cuts and some modest tax increases. It will happen someday. But for now, conservatives don't want to support any tax increases. I think the conservatives are wrong, and they'd argue that they're principled. What we have here is a political disagreement, not a system problem. We have these things called elections to settle political disagreements.

    Is Washington a mess? In many ways it is. The simplest explanation has to do with some bad choices made by President Bush. He started a misguided war that is now sapping his influence; he has treated Democrats as if they were infected with tuberculosis and Republicans in Congress as if they were his valets. No wonder he's having trouble pushing through a bill whose main opponents are his own ideological allies.

    Maybe you would place blame elsewhere. But please identify some real people or real political forces and not just some faceless entity that you call the system. Please be specific, bearing in mind that when hypochondriacs misdiagnose vague ailments they don't have, they often miss the real ones.



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  • logix
    08-22 04:04 PM
    What is the deal with swift? I can render a scene with 6400 polygons, and
    when I try to render one with only 390 I run out of memory!
    No the shape is not more complex, in fact it is almost the same scene as the
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  • pro
    09-21 12:28 PM
    More skilled immigrants are giving up their American dreams to pursue careers back home, raising concerns that the U.S. may lose its competitive edge in science, technology and other fields.



    "What was a trickle has become a flood," says Duke University's Vivek Wadhwa, who studies reverse immigration.

    Wadhwa projects that in the next five years, 100,000 immigrants will go back to India and 100,000 to China, countries that have had rapid economic growth.

    "For the first time in American history, we are experiencing the brain drain that other countries experienced," he says.

    More........
    More of world's talented workers opt to leave USA - USATODAY.com (http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2009-09-20-brain-drain_N.htm?csp=34)

    I donno whether this is right place to post this.
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  • Blog Feeds
    05-02 04:20 PM
    President Obama has selected three foreign-born scholars to serve on his Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST). The first of the three immigrants on PCAST is Mario Molina. Professor Molina, a Mexican native, is the winner of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. It was awarded based on his discovering the threat posed by CFCs to the ozone layer. Professor Molina is a member of the Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty at the University of California, San Diego and the Center for Atmospheric Sciences at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. He is also the Director of the Mario Molina...

    More... (http://blogs.ilw.com/gregsiskind/2009/05/immigrant-of-the-day-mario-molina-presidential-advisor.html)




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  • newuser
    03-11 03:54 PM
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  • kak1978
    03-01 10:34 AM
    You have to contact a Immigration lawyer. The scope of this forum is only for people who have a pending Legal Immigration status.




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  • nkanchan
    08-23 06:35 PM
    Hi,

    I need some clarification. One of my friend confued me.:confused:
    My I-485 is filed (I-140 is already approved) by my lawyer.

    I am traveling in Sep end returning in Oct End.
    I have my H1-B extension with me and need to get it stamped in India.

    As per my lawyer, she will file for EAD and AP after I come back. I am not sure what she ment then about the she has filed my application in July.
    As per her there is no issue as she will file my EAD/AP after I come back.

    Will this travel be an issue in my stamping in India and/or getting back in the US after stamping?

    Please advice.

    Thanks in advance.



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  • saravanaraj.sathya
    07-30 03:32 PM
    You will be able to move to a different employer with better job with better pay. If you are happy with ur current job still it cant proect you if ur current employer gors out of business and fires you.

    What are the benefits? Please explain.




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  • Blog Feeds
    06-05 01:10 PM
    It's Groundhog Day in Las Vegas, as immigration attorneys convene for the first day of the annual conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association -- for many of us, regrettably, a victory of hope over experience. This is not intended as a smackdown of AILA. On the contrary, AILA has assembled an all star cast of speakers and is offering a collection of cutting-edge immigration topics. Rather, the reference to the film is more a commentary on the annual uttering of unhelpful, straight-faced responses by most (but not all) of the agency officials on the dais to the pressing concerns...

    More... (http://blogs.ilw.com/angelopaparelli/2009/06/immigraton-gaming-in-las-vegas-day-1-of-the-aila-annual-conference.html)



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  • va_dude
    01-04 08:33 AM
    Your passport has nothing to do with you invoking AC21. AC21 is just a way of informing Uscis that you are switching to another job with similar duties, that's all. There's no official form or application to submit.

    Just apply for the renewal of your passport as you would usually do. That's all.




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  • Blog Feeds
    05-17 12:50 PM
    Given the Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad�s immigration history, the common refrain of �let�s just close our borders to all immigrants� is (not surprisingly) becoming more vocal. After all, as the argument goes, if someone like Shahzad (who apparently is not one of the �best and brightest�) is able to obtain a student visa, then an H-1B �specialty occupation� work visa, a green card, and the ultimate prize of U.S. citizenship � all in a span of less than 8 years -- then perhaps we need to take a step back, take a deep breath and just close our borders...

    More... (http://blogs.ilw.com/h1bvisablog/2010/05/faisal-shahzad-a-case-for-closing-our-borders.html)




    nvrao2104
    07-02 07:04 PM
    Hi,

    Following is my visa status:
    Working for company A on L1B visa which has expired and
    1) L1 extension got approved from company A valid through Aug, 2010.
    2) Also have Consular-H1B petition from same Company A valid till Aug, 2011.
    No H1B visa stamp

    Following are my questions:

    1) I am sure, in my case i can transfer my H1B petition to company B with Consulor appointment. Needed confirmation

    2) As soon as i get laid off from company A, can i immediately apply for H1B peition transfer to Company B with Change of Status (COS)? how much time i have before my L1 gets deactived?




    MailForHoneyOnly
    10-01 01:56 PM
    Hi,
    I'm on H1 on 8th Year Extension,Got a nice offer from a company, which is not large company, but projects they have are very long term projects I applied for 485 long timeback, but did not applied for my spouse , who is on H4 , applied for H1 which will be validated from 1st Oct'06.Can I switch the company now and start using EAD and apply for my spouse when my PD becomes current , or wait with the current employer till I apply for 485.

    Need SUggestion.

    or
    Can I ask new company to start new GC Process under Perm and apply for I-140 and once its get approved, Use My EB3 PD with the EB2 Perm Application.

    Or
    Can I use H1 Transfer and AC-21 option since my 8th year extension is till end of 2009.



    Any Suggestions will be Very Helpful



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