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  • kumhyd2
    07-22 02:25 PM
    Think before you post. People look into the threads based on the heading and your post which is irrelavant to the original post doesn't make any sense. May be look for the appropriate thread and post in there.

    I am in H1 and filed for 485 and EAD, AP. Still have my H1B visa in my passport. Does getting EAD mean you are no more in H1? Or you really have to USE it to be out of H1.





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  • crazyghoda
    02-23 06:36 PM
    Its really bad out there.... take it from someone who was just laid off. It took me around 2 months to get a new job and that too at a lower salary and in a neighboring city where I am now faced with a 2 hour commute each way. So no, its definitely not as rosy as you think.

    That being said, if you are good at what you do you will find a job. It may take a while but if you are truly good then you will be ok. I completely understand the need to maintain salary levels to ensure career progression. That was the main reason I left my original GC sponsoring employer who while being great with everything else, just wasnt a good enough paymaster and that led folks to believe I wasnt really that good when I would mention the work I was doing. In hindsight, I wouldnt have had to scramble like this if I had stuck it out at my old place. But c'est la vie.

    As some folks mentioned, try and get a feel of the market. Attend as many face to face interviews as you can and refine yourself as you go along. And dont accept anything in haste. A good thing is that a lot of recruiters told me that when the market gets better all the folks who were forced to take paycuts will easily be able to justify the lower salaries they were forced into accepting at that time. So, even if you do have to take a paycut, it wont hurt you for long as long as you change jobs when the market gets better.

    Good luck!





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  • indygc
    12-22 12:24 AM
    Thanks guys for all your inputs.

    God bless redcard & IVG*..give them some peace.





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  • bidhanc
    03-06 10:57 PM
    Same here. We submitted 485 on Jul2 without our medicals and some other major documents like birth certificates etc. Have had not issues till now. Got our receipt notices for 485, AP & EAD. Also got our EADs pretty quickly.

    Wondering whether one can mail in the missing docs (including medical) with the 485 receipt instead of waiting for the RFE. Any ideas?
    Hi stu*
    Did you get an answer whether we can send the medical papers to USCIS now with I-485 receipts?
    Would it work?
    Anyone??



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  • Hong12
    12-15 12:14 AM
    Thank you very much for your quick response. That is very sad though I would ask my lawyer to resubmit the application. My original document is with me in order to apply for H1 Visa at the Consular. At this point, I would send the original document back to my lawyer and ask him to do the premium process on my application. Another issue is that he refused to pay for the premium filing fee. He said that he would suggest me to find another lawyer in the case that he had to pay for my premium filing fee. He did not show any responsibilities on anything. Pls advise what I should do.





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  • andycool
    09-15 12:28 PM
    Any ideas? (My wife and son are in india now).
    Anyway, I will support IV wholeheartedly going forward. Of course, I got benefitted from it. I am a long timer, 2001, EB3.

    Congrats..

    you really need to celebrate dude...



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  • amslonewolf
    09-22 03:01 PM
    Can or do attorneys provide the service to obtain an Visa appointment?? How effective is this approach? Anyone tried this route??





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  • gk_2000
    08-29 01:25 AM
    Not only mine. There are many in the same scenario. Its the feeling of being close to the finishline but stll can't cross it. Sudden Influx of anything let it be USCIS is not good.

    I was so busy worrying I don't have proper shoe, that I didn't notice a person pass by with no leg



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  • priti8888
    10-17 07:17 PM
    In conservative view, though both are in same field, both are not similar occupation becuse one is "engineer" and other is "manager". Engineer skills and responsibilites and duties are different than manager. So it will not qualify to AC21 portability. For similar occupation classification, both should be in same family in Onet or it should have first 2 numbers in the code should be same.

    thats not true..AC 21 does'nt deny a promotion..Since it takes over 5-7 years to get GC approval, most of my friends got their GC when they were project managers/product managers but started as applications/network engineers.





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  • newbie2020
    06-25 02:29 PM
    If you didn't receive any paycheck in 2007 you won't receive a W2 from your employer,

    The amount will reflect in the 2008 W2.

    You are fine with that one......Also i am not sure when they reported you as new hire, was it in 2007 or was it in 2008 ...?



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  • rajbgp2002
    07-19 04:08 PM
    http://www.foreignlaborcert.doleta.gov/pdf/backlog_faqs_07-10-06.pdf



    Frequently Asked Questions on Non-Receipt of 45-Day Letters and on the Process for Addressing Related Requests to Reopen
    The Office of Foreign Labor Certification (OFLC) is aware that some employers or their legal representatives who have received �case closed� letters may not have previously received a �45-day� Center Receipt Notification Letter (�45-day letter�) from the Backlog Elimination Center (BEC) processing their respective cases. In additional instances, cases may have been closed after employers or their representatives responded timely to a 45-day letter.
    In the backlog, once the vital information in an application is fully entered into the OFLC database, a 45-day letter is the precursor to further processing of that application; the letter functions both as notice to the employer that its application has come up for full processing in the queue, and as a request for confirmation from the employer or its representative that the employer wishes to continue with the case. In cases where the letter attaches a list of corrections or deficiencies in the application, an employer must correct or address these before processing can continue. When a BEC does not receive a response to its 45-day letter, or this response is incomplete in responding to corrections, it closes the case
    The process and remedy described below are available to employers who believe a case has been closed due to issues surrounding the receipt of or response to 45-day letters, including:
    o Employers who did not receive a 45-day letter after one was issued by a Backlog Elimination Center (BEC); and
    o Employers who believe a case was closed after a timely and complete response to a 45-day letter. This includes employers advised of closure through either a case closure letter or a screenshot.
    This process is not available for applications closed on grounds unrelated to nonreceipt
    of or timely response to a 45-day letter, including applications withdrawn by an employer or its representative; applications for which the response to the 45-day letter was untimely or insufficient; or cases closed for late or insufficient response to any other correspondence or requests other than a 45-day letter. This process is also not an appropriate mechanism for employers, legal representatives, or workers named on an application to inquire about case status or issues not related to case closure. Under any of these additional circumstances, individuals are asked to make use of the more appropriate processes and remedies already in existence at the BECs.
    What should I do if I received a �case closed� letter but no 45-day Center Receipt Notification Letter? What if I responded timely to a 45-day letter but my case was subsequently closed? How can I notify the Backlog Elimination Center that I believe my case was erroneously closed and request the Center to reopen the case?
    Employers who believe one or more of their cases has been closed for reasons covered by this FAQ, and who wish to request those cases be reopened, must take the following steps:
    1.
    E-mail the BEC where the closed cased was pending, the Dallas BEC at reopenrequest@dal.dflc.us or the Philadelphia BEC at reopenrequest@phi.dflc.us.
    2.
    The subject line of the e-mail should read �Request to Reopen�.
    3.
    Please limit each e-mail request to one application or case number; the nature of the process developed to respond to these requests limits to one the case numbers that can be addressed as a result of any inquiry. Employers with requests for multiple reopenings may submit as many e-mails as appropriate.
    4.
    The body of the e-mail must include the following information, to allow the BEC to locate, reopen, and prepare to resume processing the appropriate case:

    Name of employer and correct current address.

    Correct ETA case number, not a case number from a state workforce agency; alternatively, the e-mail should explain why an ETA case number cannot be provided.

    Correct current contact information for the employer�s attorney or agent (including name, address, and e-mail address).

    Name of the alien named on the application.
    The body of the e-mail must describe the reason(s) for the request, that is, why the employer believes the case was closed improperly, such as
    o �I am the employer/attorney on the application described below. I did not receive a 45-day letter but subsequently received a case closure letter.�
    o �I am the employer/attorney on the application described below. I received neither a 45-day letter nor a case closure letter, but the H-1B mailbox indicates my case has been closed.�
    o �I am the employer/attorney on the application described below. I received and responded timely to a 45-day letter but subsequently received a case closure letter.�
    What can I expect in response to my request to reopen?
    Upon each Center�s receipt of the employer or representative�s e-mail request, the Center will issue a standardized, automated electronic notification that the Center has received the request. Response time will vary, depending on volume
    of requests received through this electronic mailbox. The employer will receive a second e-mail informing them of the BEC�s determination to either reopen the case or keep the case closed. If the employer�s request is approved and the case reopened, this second e-mail will include a screenshot of the employer�s case reflecting the case is active. If an application is incomplete, the second e-mail will also include the 45-day letter originally sent to the employer and a corrections list. Employers and their representatives will not be receiving a separate 45-day letter or corrections letter by mail, and should treat these documents as requests for action.
    Employers should review the screenshot to ensure the BEC has reopened the correct case. If the screenshot shows the appropriate application, the employer will be able to confirm that its case is open and being processed because the �case status� section will not say �closed�, but rather another phase of the process.
    How do I respond to the second e-mail from the BEC, containing the screenshot and other information if relevant?
    The BEC will treat the employer�s original electronic request to reopen as the equivalent of a confirmation (in response to a 45-day letter) that the employer wishes to continue processing of a case and, if no additional changes or information are needed, will continue processing the case in the appropriate order.
    If an application was deemed incomplete at the time the BEC issued the original 45-day letter, and the attachments to the electronic response to the employer includes a corrections letter requests the curing of deficiencies, or any additional information, then � as with any 45-day letter � the employer or its representative must provide the additional information within 45 days to prevent further delays or re-closure of the application. Employers must submit such responses in hard copy, through the mail.
    May I contact the BECs by regular mail instead of email?
    No, the request to re-open a case must come into the centers electronically.
    Who may make the request to re-open a case if we believe it was improperly closed?
    Only the employer or attorney of record may make the request to re-open a case. A request from an alien will not be addressed.
    Do I have to submit my request to re-open a case within a certain time period?
    Yes, to be considered for reopening, all requests must be received by a BEC within 30 days of the publication of the policy announcement or within 30-days of the receipt of a case closed letter, whichever is later.
    To whom will responses be sent?
    The email responses will only be sent to the employer or attorney who initiated the request.
    What do I do if I have not received a �45-day� letter by July 21, 2006?
    If an employer does not receive a �45-day� letter by July 21, 2006, email the appropriate Backlog Elimination Center at nobeccontact@dal.dflc.us for the Dallas BEC or nobeccontact@phi.dflc.us for the Philadelphia BEC. The email must contain the following information:
    A. Attorney name and address
    B. Employer�s name and address
    C. Alien�s name and address
    D. Priority Date
    E. State or Regional location and/or number where case was originally filed
    OFLC will publish its policy regarding such cases under separate cover.





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  • GCcomesoon
    03-16 03:54 PM
    Hi

    It seems like we all have to wait till march 27th to understand the impact .Please make us understand how this makes good news for legal immigrants.There is no mention of any thing here.Frankly in the last 10 days after this bill started getting discussed, we have hardly heard anyone speaking about us.Its only guest worker,illegal immigration,border security.
    Its not being pessimistic here ,Please give us some realistic picture.
    We all understand & appreciate each other efforts,time,money spend in this cause.Especially hats off to Voice team.
    Lets hope we all the see the fruits of "labor" soon

    Thanks
    GCcomesoon
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    Not to be pessimist but I tend to agree with learning01 that Nothing is going to happen. This is election year and it will be difficult to get such sweeping and comprehensive legislation passed. Having said all this, I will continue to support IV as I think these efforts will eventually pay off.

    learning01, I laud your efforts. However, I am not sure what incentive any employer has to really help with this cause. Sure worth trying though.




    Quote:
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    Newt said Nothing is going to happen on this Specter or any other immigration bills in Senate. The conference with House will not agree to anything.

    I also sincerely believe that Nothing is going to happen I say, these senators are doing CYAs; they will bitch it to media, their constituents, hey look, we did attempt these immigration reforms.

    I am talking from my long experience and wisdom and take it from me. The only force that can improve the pitiable conditions of Indian and Chinese due to retrogression and lack of visa numbers is the big corporate employers . Each one whose LC is approved, whose I-140 is approved, who is waiting to file for adjustment of status AND who are indispensable to the employer / work at this stage should write to the HR/ Immigration/ Attorney.

    I am in such a position. I am a technical lead in my IT department. PD Nov 2001. I write about these issues and the difficulties once in a month my team manager, or project manager or Immigration department.



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    I tend to agree too that nothing will happen, too much talking, too much BS, but, I can only hope that the republicans know that they can loose the house control, so, maybe they will prefer to have something more conservative than nothing.


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    #15 Today, 09:43 PM
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    Looks like the committee has brokered a deal :)

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    Originally Posted by beppenyc
    I tend to agree too that nothing will happen, too much talking, too much BS, but, I can only hope that the republicans know that they can loose the house control, so, maybe they will prefer to have something more conservative than nothing.


    Check out the following article from the OC register here http://www.ocregister.com/ocregister...le_1053340.php

    If this is true, this seems to be good news for us. The McCain Kennedy bill is the most pro-immigrant of the bills and if thats what becomes the Comprehensive Immigration Bill, we all might end up happy!

    WASHINGTON – The Senate Judiciary Committee today reached agreement on proposals for a new guest-worker program and a plan to allow the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants living in the United States to become permanent residents.

    Less than 24 hours after most experts and Capitol Hill watchers believed the committee would be unable to get a bill to the Senate floor by Majority Leader Bill Frist's March 27 deadline, committee Chairman Arlen Specter had brokered deals between some key senators on the complex issue.

    No formal votes were taken and committee staffs were preparing to spend the next 10 days drafting language that would put in place the compromises reached. It appeared that at least a dozen of the 18 members on the panel would be prepared to back this deal. The committee plans to meet first thing in the morning on March 27. It is not yet known whether Frist will allow the panel to finish and send its bill to the Senate floor or if he still plans to bring up a more limited, possibly enforcement-only measure.

    But even if nothing scuttles the compromise between now and when lawmakers get back from recess, and if the Senate passes a bill with these elements, there would remain a steep battle to get agreement from the House. The House passed an enforcement-based measure in December that doesn't include a guest-worker program or a plan for undocumented immigrants in the United States now.

    Early this afternoon, Frist announced his intention to introduce a bill before next week’s recess that would deal with enforcement of immigration laws but will not include any of the controversial guest-worker or illegal immigrant provisions. Officials in Frist’s office say he is doing this to ensure that there is a bill ready on the floor if the committee fails to pass one. If Specter does get a bill out of committee, said Frist press secretary Amy Call, that could be substituted for the majority leader’s measure.

    The most likely scenario, said ardent supporters of immigration reform who were pleasantly stunned by today's events, is that this will end in a stalemate, only to be brought up again in the next Congress. But they say it's important that the Senate go on record as supporting comprehensive change.

    For the first time, Specter, R-Pa., who said he spent hours on the phone last night with Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., agreed to Kennedy's plan to deal with the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants. Specter would have allowed these people to work indefinitely but not get green cards. Kennedy wanted to give them a path to legalization.

    Specter agreed this morning with Kennedy's approach, provided that these illegal immigrants would not be able to start legalization proceedings until the backlog of 3 million people now waiting in countries around the world for their chance to come to the United States legally get their green cards.

    The deal reached on a new guest-worker plan says that 400,000 new guest workers would be allowed into the country each year. Under the proposal authored by Kennedy and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., that number would have been unlimited. But Kennedy, a senior member of the Judiciary Committee, agreed to a cap and also agreed that after working for two years, these new guest workers would have to go back to their home countries and reapply for another stint as guest workers, one that could last up to six years. But first they'd have to stay in their home countries for one year.

    Built into this compromise, however, is a chance for these workers to get a waiver and not go home based on how long they have been employed here or if they are considered essential to a U.S. employer's business.

    The plan also allows guest workers to apply for permanent U.S. residency, something not included in either Specter's bill or the other major proposal under consideration, the bill by Sens. John Cornyn, R-Texas and Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.

    Kennedy essentially compromised with Cornyn, who chairs the immigration subcommittee. The deal takes parts of each of their proposals.

    Not all members of the committee agreed with these compromises.
    Kyl said he still believed the illegal immigrants would get preference over those waiting legally in line overseas because the undocumented would be able to stay in the U.S. and work until their turn at a green card came. Those waiting to come here legally don't have that option, he said.

    And several committee members most opposed to a guest-worker program – most notably Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., were not at this morning's session.

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  • gjoe
    08-21 02:31 PM
    I am almost there and expecting green card approval anytime. But now I am having second thoughts now. The desi consulting company I work for had eight people a year ago and two of them now going back (and one more is negotiating) at salaries 20-35 lacs. Has anyone explored Indian job market, if yes then what is hot?

    If you have a couple of crores (INR) you can start your own reality business. Big returns if you have the right connections.





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  • snathan
    05-19 06:57 PM
    I am also travelling with the family in June for a couple of months !

    the murthy link and this thread over all is helpful !

    Our company's lawyer mentioned that if the 485 gets approved while abroad then when I come back I just tell the officer at the entry point that I was out and do not have the card in hand. So I enter using AP.


    I also asked him (and in another thread here ) if I can have the card mailed to India by a friend and he said yes, I can do that if I am comfortable with it.

    On a different note , one other person mentioned to me that one has to be in the US when the 485 application is approved or else they can reject the application, but that does not sound true and nor I have heard anything like that from the lawyer or in any of the forums !!

    Then whats the purpose of AP....?



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  • GCard_Dream
    09-03 08:14 PM
    I think I know which memo you are talking about but I can't access it when I click on it because it is password protected. Is there a way you could just post the content of the memo here for those of us who can't access? It would be helpful.

    AILA is collecting information in an effort to work with USCIS to identify adjustment of status applications that may be approvable as of October 1, 2008, when new visa numbers become available. The focus of this effort is those adjustment of status cases, which are approvable under the February 4, 2008, security check memo by Michael Aytes. (See http://www.aila.org/content/default.aspx?docid=24522)

    This information is being gathered for liaison purposes only in an attempt to identify and improve processing of cases covered by the February Aytes memo, and though the information will be provided to the USCIS for analysis, neither the AILA-USCIS Liaison Committee nor the USCIS will be contacting the attorney of record or the parties in direct response to information provided.

    If your client has an adjustment of status pending over one year and is currently subject to a backlog but was current under the June 2008 Visa Bulletin, we would like to hear from you. Please fill out the following survey.
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  • lazycis
    12-21 06:53 PM
    I applied I-140 with a substitution labor in May'07. Then I applied I-485 on July2nd,2007. Got EAD on Aug20th. Two months back my I-140 was approved. Now I am on EAD. I am working with a very good financial corporation which they are asking me to join as full-time from Jan1st2008. I told my manager that I can join as a full-time from Feb20th 2008. Can any one throw some light on these doubts?

    1. What happens if I move before 180 days of EAD to this new company and send AC21 to USCIS after finishing 180 days on EAD?
    2. If I moved after 180 days what kind of queries we get from USCIS on AC21?
    3. Do we need to make sure my employer also agrees what we are doing? What kind of documents we need from the existing employer?
    4. Does my new company has to give same exact responsibilities as my labor certificate?

    I would appreciate if any one replies to these posts. Thanks in advance.

    1. Technically you can start working for a new employer from January 2nd (180 days after I-485 received date). It does not matter when you've got EAD.
    2. If you do not notify the USCIS and you current employer won't withdraw I-140, the USCIS will never know about the job change.
    3. See #2. You have to make sure they will not withdraw I-140. AC21 or not, it's in your best interest to leave on good terms.
    4. Not really. Make sure job title or responsibilities/duties are same or similar. It does not have to be 100% match.



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  • mbartosik
    09-05 09:09 PM
    So how about a fax campaign in favor.
    That should not be too distracting from rally preparations.

    Specifically we should highlight support for the increase in greencards. Other provision in STRIVE may have more enemies. Lou Dobbs is already all over it.





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  • kaisersose
    07-11 06:09 PM
    As long as you are employed, and company is paying you decent salary (atleast salary mentioned on the L/C) you are fine, you must be employed at time of RFE/NOID etc..

    To be more accurate, there should be a bonafide offer of employment at the time of RFE/NOID. It can be an offer to start at a later date (as late as GC approval) and does not have to be current.





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  • gc_maine2
    05-12 02:01 PM
    Hi workvisaforall,

    I am applying for renewal (paper based) for EAD and AP for both myself and mywife. IS it best to send all the documents ( EAD, AP and related docs) for both of us) in one single packet to USCIS or its best to send each appliction separately? any inputs will be appreciated.

    Thanks
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    ilikekilo
    06-07 05:45 PM
    I am surprised with this thread. There is no Deadline for employemnt based GC (this was mentioned by Sen. Robert (Bob) Men�ndez,NJ when requesting to move the FB deadline which is clearly mentioned in the bill as May 01, 2005) . Please read the summary and text carefully.

    Summary:
    First five years
    Total number of merit-based green cards includes sum of:
    a.) First five fiscal years have same number of green cards as made available to EB category in 2005. This number is 246,878.
    b.) Any visa number not used by family based category.
    How the total number will be divided between Current system and new merit-based system and Y visa holders --
    - 10,000 (or more) reserved for exceptional aliens under �Y� visa category.
    - 90,000 (exactly 90,000 � not more not less) for backlogged (pending or approved I-140 applications). Currently, this number is 140,000.
    - Remaining possibly goes to new merits system. Until the merits system is ready for accepting petitions, the Y visa holders probably get a shot at this since the clause says �No more than 10,000� � leaving room to let it go up from 10,000 to whatever is left.

    and the TEXT of the Bill
    �(A) for the first five fiscal years shall be equal to the
    33 number of immigrant visas made available to aliens
    34 seeking immigrant visas under section 203(b) of this
    35 Act for fiscal year 2005, plus any immigrant visas
    36 not required for the class specified in (c), of which:
    37 (i) at least 10,000 will be for exceptional aliens
    38 in nonimmigrant status under section
    39 101(a)(15)(Y); and
    40 (ii) 90,000 will be for aliens who were the
    41 beneficiaries of an application that was pending
    42 or approved at the time of the effective date of
    43 this section, per Section 502(d) of the [Insert
    44 title of Act] ( Act not the bill)

    (c) EFFECTIVE DATE.�The amendments made by this section shall take
    11 effect on the first day of the fiscal year subsequent to the fiscal year of
    12 enactment.


    So a bill becomes law only after signed by the president, and the effective date could be Oct 01, 2007 if not Oct 01, 2008.

    So all the I-140 filed on of before Effective date are considered as pending!!

    I don't know why even lawyers are getting confused here!:confused:

    ok veni..stop geeting surprised and pl contribute for your sake





    David C
    August 16th, 2005, 06:46 PM
    Gary, you never happened to mention if you reached any conclusions regarding optimal workflows for the processing of white flowers etc??

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