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  • xela
    04-23 05:59 PM
    June 31?

    lol Thanks,....yeah the impossible day....no it was the 30th, my bad





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  • sandy_anand
    12-08 05:50 PM
    "On December 4, 2009, we ordered production of your new card. Please allow 30 days for your card to be mailed to you."

    My PD was Dec 4, 2004. EB2. Exactly 5 years from PD and over 10 years from first entry to US. Getting stuck in the BEC backlog and my wife getting stuck in India with 221(g) were among my most painful experiences through the journey. And not being able to take a fabulous offer at double my salary in 2007 hurt too.

    Thanks for all the support. And congratulations again to the leaders of IV for creating a platform for Employment based GC applicants.

    Feel free to contact me if you are starting high-growth businesses and need someone to bounce ideas off. And of course I am happy to help with IV initiatives to clear EB backlog.

    Bpositive.

    Congratulations!





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  • bindas74
    05-15 08:38 AM
    Hi Gurus,

    I have efiled for my wife's EAD/AP renewal. When I finally submitted, the total payment asked was only $645( 340 for EAD and 305 for AP). But, there is a note stating the following:

    "The biometric fee is $80 for applicants ages 14 through 79 who request a Refugee Travel Document or Re-Entry Permit, unless the applicant resides outside the United States at the time of filing their form."

    How am I supposed to send this? I was not asked to pay this amount during my efiling of the AP/EAD concurrent filing.
    How am I supposed to send this? Can I send it as a separate check for $80 only for the biometric fee( because I had already paid for the EAD/AP using my credit card)
    Please advise.

    Also, during the AP filing, I got this:

    "On a separate piece of paper, please explain how you would qualify for an Advance Parole and what circumstances warrant issuance of Advance Parole. Include copies of any documents you wish considered. (See instructions.) "

    What an I supposed write in the document that I am going to send to USCIS?

    Please advise.

    Thanks in advance,





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  • nixstor
    06-30 06:35 PM
    Any thing related to EB immigration, whether it be H1B cap/VB/Retrogression, it has been spreading like wild fire and traveling faster than the speed of wire. On one occasion, I felt that we and lawyers are probably giving more input to the USCIS. Some rumor/educated guess kicks off some where and it ends up in the lap of USCIS. Like H1B cap. People predicted and predicted non stop for 2 months that it will be over on day one. Its not a prediction. It was a forced situation to some extent. This whole VB revision is similar, if it happens



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  • newuser
    05-31 12:55 PM
    Could you please also fax to all the senators if not faxed already.

    called senators from my state

    contributing $ 50 per month





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  • maddunr
    11-09 12:58 PM
    Hi Paskal,

    I can help.

    1. I have a background in design and animation and about 5 years experience in Interactive Media in the marketing department. I can help out with interactive media, some video and animation (usually requires lots of equipment), illustration, identity design.

    2. Over the last 3 years, I've been working with Joomla and have a fairly good grip on its inner workings. My web sites have fairly good search engine positioning for specific keywords.

    3. In addition to the above, I have fairly good writing skills.

    So, let me know if I can be of any help. I have completed my profile. I assume that all information provided will be kept private :)

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  • chyoji
    08-31 07:49 PM
    I am a July - 2007 filer and and got the FP request in on 8/28 for me and not for my Spouse.





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  • pasupuleti
    05-11 11:55 AM
    Do you have the phone number?
    Do we have to listen to the program to get the phone number?

    Thursday afternoon at 2:00 EST, legal immigration will be the topic on NPR’s talk show “Talk of the Nation.” They’ll be looking for people to call in with their stories.

    All members, please call in if you have a compelling story on how the broken legal immigration system affects your life and chokes growth, discourages new talent from coming into the country etc. etc.

    Avoid bashing illegals or any other groups. Its not IV policy and should not be done.

    We've wanted attention to the LEGAL variety of immigration debate and here is your chance to call in, and make your voice heard.

    STAND UP AND SPEAK UP.



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  • as_rudra
    07-26 12:47 PM
    You can change the address of you I-485 application online at

    https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa

    I have done this when i moved at the end of May. I also recieved a confirmation mail that the address on my application has changed.

    Hope that helps!





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  • nfinity
    07-11 07:07 PM
    Send me a PM with what needs to be done.



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  • malibuguy007
    10-15 03:26 PM
    Sorry to add to the confusion and I had replied to the same question in another thread, but my lawyer told me I can be on H1 and do additional work on EAD since H1 is a dual intent visa. He also told me that nothing needs to be informed to the immigration authorities once I start using my EAD. I know this is contrary to what everyone said in the comments above, but this is the reply I got talking personally to my lawyer.





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  • lghtslpr
    02-08 12:26 PM
    Someone over at immigrationportal.com is organizing a letter-writing campaign to demand transparency at the Philadelphia Backlog Processing Center. I think it's a great idea. Please participate. See details here:

    http://www.immigrationportal.com/showpost.php?p=1352681&postcount=10560



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  • hopefulgc
    09-16 10:22 PM
    Please don't lose heart.. hang in there.

    What you are experiencing has happened to a couple of people. But it sounds pretty counter-intuitive as to why they would deny substitution with for Eb2 labor?
    Whatever the case, it sucks if it jeopardizes the primary Eb3 petition.

    Are you able to locate any precedents to this?

    Keep us updated here on this thread.

    Hi,

    Here is my case specifics:
    --------------------------

    1. Filed PERM EB3 LC - PD:01/2006 - Approved.
    2. Filed EB3 I-140 using LC Sub from my company(company's policy..) - 06/2006 - was pending
    3. Filed I-485 using pending LC Sub I-140 - 07/2007
    4. Second I-140 Filed - 01/2008 based on my original PERM LC.
    5. Second I-140 - Approved - 02/2008
    6. Attorney sent AILA Request last month on my pending I-140. Got AILA Response as below
    "Talked with the I-140 senior officer this afternoon about this case. We both reviewed the I-140 and the issue with the substitution of the labor cert. It appears that the individual that had the labor cert originally, adjusted off of it. Therefore, we can not substitute it again for the individual listed below. I believe that he has one I-140 already approved and will have to stay with that priority date. Have a good weekend."
    7. Based on this, my attorney told me that my first I-140 will be denied soon; but she said that my AOS will continue to be active based on my approved I-140.

    8. As my attorney said, Today, I got an CRIS email saying that my LC Sub I-140 is denied.

    I have couple of questions now:

    1. I am worried about my I-485 since my wofe is working on EAD. My understanding is that if your I-140 is denied, then your I-485 is denied too. But, my lawyer says that since I have an approved I140, they will use that and she is quoting the AILA Response email also. Is it true? or she is just convincing me with her lies.

    2. I can continue to check the status of my I-485. But, how can I verify my AOS is now tied with my approved I-140? Interestingly, my AP Renewal is approved yesterday and notice mailed (a day before my I-140 denial)

    Please let me know guys. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks





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  • bkam
    01-31 10:55 PM
    Dear "colleagues in faith" :-) There is a rule in life - if you want something and beg for it, you most probably will not get it. You have to fight and find a (legal) way to get it. This is the way the American Anglo-Saxon population mixed with smart Jews and other hard working nations achieved economical and political power over the last centuries. Not by begging for rights and being scared of people with different opinion.

    These people who are against the uncontrolled immigration have their point. This process has to be controlled or the USA would become just another "developing" country. However, we are talking about something else. We are talking about rules set by the US government. When most of us came in this country years ago, we knew the rules and we expected those rules to be followed. If a government agency keeps my LC certification for years without processing it and even without indicating when it would be processed, then the government is not following those rules. And it is my right to know why is that. If I honestly pay my taxes and follow the laws of this country, I expect the government of the very same country to fulfill its obligations to me and (in particular) to process my application in a reasonable time and by following the current laws. If I do not qualify - OK, I will "pack back". But I want to know that, not to be kept in the dark.

    This is what should be the main goal of the "volunteers" of this forum or organization (whatever) - fairness and following the rules by the government. If the immigration agency is a bunch of people incapable to sort out their problems, then they have to be replaced and problems solved quickly and efficiently. Excuses like "no money, understaffing" do not work because we throw $$$ in lawyers laps - part of this money can be easily used by the government for "overstaffing".

    I see that some people got annoyed of my opinion but again, they should not forget that the issue we discuss concerns 350,000 highly qualified professionals who support the economy of this country. The opponents from numbersusa etc do not represent all Americans and most people are not against this king of immigration, if properly regulated. They just have to be properly informed.

    In addition, do not be afraid to voice your opinion if you think you are right and if you do not hide something. Then people will respect you.



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  • saran4
    03-03 09:58 PM
    hi ,

    Since i dont have answer from them so posted here.... Moreover it may help some other person in future.... about the complexities....





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  • pd_recapturing
    05-22 08:37 PM
    In my case, I have my EB3 labor and I140 approved with PD as May 2004. I have already started a new PERM EB2 from same company in order to port PD. I have not reached to the stage where I can apply I140 (under EB2) to actually start porting PD. With the new rule of "21st May 2007", I am not sure how would my case be treated? Can somebody shed some light on this?



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  • vactorboy29
    02-24 12:51 PM
    Basic purpose of our forum is to create awareness/educate legal Immigrants so that they can get help for there cause at the same time we get some help from them to push forward this movement. Recently we are seeing big inflow of queries because economy is bad our brother and sisters getting in deep trouble.
    How we can voice our concern in this bad time key is to find the solution.
    My thoughts on this................
    1) Get the help from our Indian/Chinese community on all levels like city, state and national level.
    2) We will run advertisement campaign about, who we are and where we stand. This adv. could be air on Lue's show or even on other popular shows...
    3) We need lobbying in congress .I know we have this in this place but we can show our strength through legal Indian/Chinese Immigrant plus Indian/Chinese American citizen then we got big weight in our plate.
    4) To get all of the above and may be more we need Money and Man power to execute this.





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  • krishna_brc
    05-05 08:54 AM
    Yes, we don't need original I-485 receipt notice to travel.
    I traveled without original I-485.
    see below for USCIS note on this
    ----
    [Federal Register: November 1, 2007 (Volume 72, Number 211)]
    [Rules and Regulations]
    [Page 61791-61793]
    From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov]
    [DOCID:fr01no07-1]
    Rules and Regulations
    Federal Register
    __________________________________________________ ____________________
    This section of the FEDERAL REGISTER contains regulatory documents
    having general applicability and legal effect, most of which are keyed
    to and codified in the Code of Federal Regulations, which is published
    under 50 titles pursuant to 44 U.S.C. 1510.
    The Code of Federal Regulations is sold by the Superintendent of Documents.
    Prices of new books are listed in the first FEDERAL REGISTER issue of each
    week.
    DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
    8 CFR Part 245
    [CIS No. 2420-07; Docket No. USCIS-2007-0047]
    RIN 1615-AB62
    Removal of Receipt Requirement for Certain H and L Adjustment
    Applicants Returning From a Trip Outside the United States
    AGENCY: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, DHS.
    ACTION: Final rule.
    SUMMARY: This rule removes the requirement that certain H and L
    nonimmigrants returning to the United States following a trip abroad
    must present a receipt notice for their adjustment of status
    applications to avoid having such applications deemed abandoned. The
    purpose of this narrow change is to remove an unnecessary documentation
    requirement from the regulations that the Department of Homeland
    Security has determined causes an undue burden on H and L
    nonimmigrants.
    DATES: Effective Date: This rule is effective November 1, 2007.
    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Carol Vernon, Regulations and Product
    Management Division, Domestic Operations, U.S. Citizenship and
    Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security, 20 Massachusetts
    Avenue, Room 2034, Washington, DC 20529, telephone (202) 272-8350.
    SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
    I. Background
    Travel outside the United States for an alien who has filed Form I-
    485, ``Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status,''
    to obtain lawful permanent resident status under section 245 of the
    Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. 1255, may adversely
    affect that application unless the alien takes certain steps before the
    trip. Most applicants must obtain permission from U.S. Citizenship and
    Immigration Services (USCIS) to travel prior to the trip, a process
    referred to as ``advance parole.'' See 8 CFR 212.5 (c) and (f). For
    these applicants, departing the United States without advance parole
    while their adjustment of status applications are pending results in
    automatic abandonment of the applications and constitutes grounds for
    denial. 8 CFR 245.2(a)(4)(ii)(A) & (B).

    III. Rulemaking Requirements

    DHS finds that this rule relates to internal agency management,
    procedure, and practice and therefore is exempt from the public comment
    requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) under 5 U.S.C.
    553(b)(A). This rule does not alter substantive criteria by which USCIS
    will approve or deny applications or determine eligibility for any
    immigration benefit. Instead, this rule relieves a document
    presentation requirement for certain applicants for immigration
    benefits. Specifically, this rule removes the requirement that H-1/H-4
    and L-1/L-2 nonimmigrants present a Form I-797 receipt notice for their
    adjustment of status applications upon readmission to the United States
    after a trip abroad in order to avoid having their applications
    abandoned. This document presentation requirement is unnecessary since
    it concerns information that is already available to DHS. This final
    rule merely eliminates an unnecessary burden on these arriving aliens
    and streamlines agency management of its processes. As a result, DHS is
    not required to provide the public with an opportunity to submit
    comments on the subject matter of this rule.
    Moreover, DHS finds that good cause exists under 5 U.S.C. 553(b)(B)
    to make the rule effective upon publication in the Federal Register
    without prior notice and public comment on the grounds that delaying
    implementation of this rule to allow for public comment would be
    impracticable and contrary to the public interest. As a result of
    USCIS's July 17, 2007, announcement that it would accept employment-
    based Forms I-485 filed by aliens whose priority dates are current
    under Department of State Visa Bulletin No. 107, USCIS received an
    unprecedented volume of employment-based applications for adjustment of
    status, including those filed by H and L nonimmigrants. Because of the
    recent surge in such filings, it will take several weeks for USCIS to
    enter the necessary data and issue Form I-797 receipt notices for
    employment-based adjustment of status applications. Therefore, it is
    important for this rule to take effect as soon as possible to avoid
    undue hardship on applicants who may need travel outside the United
    States prior to receiving the receipt notice.
    In addition, no substantive rights or obligations of the affected
    public are changed by this rule. DHS believes the public will welcome
    this change. The public needs no time to conform its conduct so as to
    avoid violation of these regulations because the rule relieves a
    requirement of the existing regulations. Further, this rule will have
    no adverse impact on DHS' adjudicatory responsibilities or ability to
    track the foreign travel of affected persons since DHS already records
    the admission of all nonimigrants. For these reasons, this rule is
    effective immediately under 5 U.S.C. 553(d)(1) and (3).
    This rule relates to internal agency management, and, therefore, is
    exempt from the provisions of Executive Order Nos. 12630, 12988, 13045,
    13132, 13175, 13211, and 13272. This rule is not considered by DHS to
    be a ``significant regulatory action'' under Executive Order 12866,
    section 3(f), Regulatory Planning and Review. Therefore, it has not
    been reviewed by the Office of Management and Budget. Further, this
    action is not a proposed rule requiring an initial or final regulatory
    flexibility analysis under the Regulatory Flexibility Act, 5 U.S.C. 601
    et seq. In addition, this rule is not subject to the National
    Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), 42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq., Title
    II of the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995, 2 U.S.C. Ch. 17A, 25,
    or the E-Government Act of 2002, 44 U.S.C. 3501, note.
    Finally, under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, Public Law 104-
    13, all Departments are required to submit to the Office of Management
    and Budget (OMB), for review and approval, any reporting requirements
    inherent in a rule. This rule does not affect any information
    collections, reporting or recordkeeping requirements under the
    Paperwork Reduction Act.

    List of Subjects in 8 CFR Part 245

    Aliens, Immigration, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.

    Accordingly, part 245 of chapter 1 of title 8 of the Code of Federal
    Regulations is amended as follows:

    PART 245--ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS TO THAT OF PERSON ADMITTED FOR
    PERMANENT RESIDENCE

    1. The authority citation for part 245 continues to read as follows:

    Authority: 8 U.S.C. 1101, 1103, 1182, 1255; sec. 202, Pub. L.
    105-100, 111 Stat. 2160, 2193; sec. 902, Pub. L. 105-277, 112 Stat.
    2681; 8 CFR part 2.

    2. Section 245.2 is amended by revising paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(C) as
    follows:


    Sec. 245.2 Application.

    (a) * * *
    (4) * * *
    (ii) * * *
    (C) The travel outside of the United States by an applicant for
    adjustment of status who is not under exclusion, deportation, or
    removal proceeding and who is in lawful H-1 or L-1 status shall not be
    deemed an abandonment of the application if, upon returning to this
    country, the alien remains eligible for H or L status, is coming to
    resume employment with the same employer for whom he or she had
    previously been authorized to work as an H-1 or L-1 nonimmigrant, and,
    is in possession of a valid H or L visa (if required). The travel
    outside of the United States by an applicant for adjustment of status
    who is not under exclusion, deportation, or removal proceeding and who
    is in lawful H-4 or L-2 status shall not be deemed an abandonment of
    the application if the spouse or parent of such alien through whom the
    H-4 or L-2 status was obtained is maintaining H-1 or L-1 status and the
    alien remains otherwise eligible for H-4 or L-2 status, and, the alien
    is in possession of a valid H-4 or L-2 visa (if required). The travel
    outside of the United States by an applicant for adjustment of status,
    who is not under exclusion, deportation, or removal proceeding and who
    is in lawful K-3 or K-4 status shall not be deemed an abandonment of
    the application if, upon returning to this country, the alien is in
    possession of a valid K-3 or K-4 visa and remains eligible for K-3 or
    K-4 status.

    Dated: October 15, 2007.
    Michael Chertoff,
    Secretary.
    [FR Doc. E7-21506 Filed 10-31-07; 8:45 am]

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  • sri1309
    06-16 08:22 AM
    HI,
    I recently went for stamping in Canada and they did ask me recent paystubs.
    I woudl work for the new company , have some paystubs and then go to neighboring country to get the stamping done. But if the current visa on passport is valid for some more time, I dont think its really needed to get visa from latest company. To my knowledge u can always use old stamp to travel, as long as you have the latest aproval petition and you carry with you,I may be wrong if somehting changed recently,
    Thanks,
    Sri.



    Hi Shelar,
    Thanks for your response.
    I dont want to go to my home country for stamping. I'm residing in california so i want to go nearby country which is Tijauna, Mexico.
    currently, my pay stubbs are still generated with old company (X). Now i've got I-797 approved from New company on June 6th,2006. Is it a must that i have to have at least couple of pay stubbs generated with new company before going for visa stamping

    pls advise.





    anemmani
    01-04 10:11 AM
    H1B is considered a dual intent visa and spouses of H1B beneficiaries have a difficulty proving non-immigrant intent that is required for F1. If the primary applicant has I-140 approved, it is even more difficult. As a result, my wife did not pursue the F1 option. Instead, she is enrolled in college as a H4 dependent. H4 dependents under certain circumstances are eligible for instate tuition. However, they are not eligible for teaching & research assistantships. They are also not eligible to OPT (because it is a form of employment.)

    Nag





    cbpds
    08-20 02:04 PM
    dont go and get caught in swine flu

    I'm planning to travel to India next month. My passport expires in December 09 and my H1b stamp on the passport expires in July of 2010. Will there be any problem at the POE because of the short valid months left in the passport and H1B visa.

    Thanks,



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