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  • gc_chahiye
    02-11 01:28 AM
    Also, there is no way that they can reduce the backlog if they end up waiting for the PDs to be current.

    I think you missed the point: if no PD is current, then there are no backlogs.
    If a case cannot be approved because it exceeds the regulatory requirements, it wont count as a backlogged case. It will sit there, gathering dust, but wont be counted in any of these stats...

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  • Macaca
    04-20 06:45 AM
    This (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showpost.php?p=58962&postcount=630) is how CIR was reported yesterday!

    You will know a lot if you follow the News Article Thread!

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  • myvoice23
    07-31 01:05 PM
    1. When to be there
    not less than 15 min. of your appointment. If go and stand in line, they will send you out.
    2. What documentation to carry.
    Your EAD Receipt, 485 Receipt, Photo ID(TX Licence)
    3. How about parking
    It is open parting and free. you have plenty of parking space.
    4. Any questions (so that I can compile and ask)
    ask for name check status. If not cleared ask for when it was initiated.

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  • immi_enthu
    08-10 06:25 PM
    In December 2005, my company got a a courtesy copy from CIS, lawyer got the original.


    THanks for the info andy. I will check with my company HR rather than talking to my busy lawyer.


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  • ohio boy
    09-27 11:59 PM
    After a lots of effort I got chance to meet the great man J.B. Wow he was very nice. I told hime everything and showed the FedEx print out which he signed for the 485 delivery.

    He appologised several times and went inside to the mail room after 40 minutes he came with a +'ve result with another appologies for his mistake. He told that the some of the packages are piled under the desk (hiding for the eyes) and he coudn't move the packages to clearks room. He moved a bunch of fedEx package to the clearks room, and took mine seperate from the bunch and put a note to the cleark saying his mistakes.

    I thanked him and went to hotel room, after couple of hours I got call from MR.J.B and gave the receipt # for my whole family. I thanked him for the courtosy and afternnon I again I went to meet J.B and thanked again and tiped around $ 100, suddenly he started yelling at me...oh man..this was my fault, and u tiping for Nonsence....I got panicked and start sweating....
    .Then I got up from my bed, I don't know what happend after that, could anyone please help me to findout what happend?
    Oh I had a nice dream, Is'nt?....:)

    Folks I was frustrated and no one is to cheer up me, So I made this and no bad intensions, Sorry if I hurt anyone.

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  • Adam
    08-19 11:41 AM
    nice, temp :thumb: I might have a go later as well. I doubt I'll be able to pull it off though :lol:


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  • neoneo
    09-28 01:55 AM
    Obviously first point is talk to a good attorney
    but some points to remember :

    - 8K doesnt mean anything.. what matters is the % less from the expected salary.

    - Also, get the latest audited company financial docs done .

    - Remember this is for a future job, so check whether you will make that much when you get your GC.

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  • humdesi
    12-21 08:30 PM
    If you were born in India, EB-2 or EB-3 doesn't matter.
    Absent any legislation, it is estimated both will take anywhere between 20 to 40 years to get to current date.

    Good luck!


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  • mangelschots
    07-16 01:33 AM
    Is yours EB2?

    EB3 ROW
    PD March 2004
    I-140 filed Dec 2006
    I-485 filed June 25 07

    Receipting is slow in NSC, I am not sure how, that is where I am confused. There are chances that cases could be transferred to TSC.
    Will have to wait another 2 weeks to know the facts.

    What happens on these dates (Jul 18 for Nebraska) ?

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  • gc67890
    07-28 03:55 PM
    I had too.

    Labor EB2 NOV 2004
    I140 Approved Feb 2007
    485 RD July 2nd 2007 ND Aug 10 2007

    Contributed $200


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  • acecupid
    06-08 11:57 AM
    Ever since they made I-131 online, its always been a mess. The form usually shows an expired date, and there are lot of glitches applying online. I was hoping USCIS would have improved their system by not since its been online for more than a yr now. But I guess just like the backlogged applications everything moves slow in USCIS.
    I prefer to do the paper filing.

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  • radhay
    05-06 07:50 AM
    Hi, Did they also request paystubs in the RFE ?


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  • sobers
    02-10 10:55 AM
    It is important because this article distinguishes "skilled" immigration versus "unskilled" immigration. This country needs more of the former as enounced several times by leaders of industry, academia and politics, but the latter issue is somewhat controversional because of its largely "illegal" nature in the U.S.

    Regardless, this goes to show policy makers here need to be 'smart' and enourage 'smart' people to contribute to this country, as the Europeans are starting to do now...

    EU's New Tack on Immigration

    Leaders Talk Up 'Brain Circulation' To Cure Shrinking Work Force
    February 10, 2006; Page A8

    BRUSSELS -- Faced with a shrinking work force, Europe's leaders are looking for ways to attract talented foreigners, even as some countries on the Continent close their borders to other immigrants willing to work for lower wages.

    Plans touted by Justice and Home Affairs Commissioner Franco Frattini, the man charged with developing common immigration policies for the European Union, range from a new EU-wide "green card" that would allow skilled workers already in the 25-nation bloc to change countries without extra paperwork, to special temporary permits for seasonal workers.

    "The U.S. and Australia have stricter rules, but they get the right people to immigrate, and once they're in, they integrate them, and give them benefits, education and citizenship" much faster than in the EU, Mr. Frattini said in an interview. Europe's work force is expected to shrink by 20 million people between now and 2030, according to the European Commission, and businesses complain regularly about a shortage of highly skilled personnel, even as unemployment rates in many EU countries remain high.

    In Mr. Frattini's vision, a North African engineer could go to work in Europe, earn good money and return regularly to his hometown to start and maintain a business. Immigration policy in Europe is still up to individual countries. To sell the idea, Mr. Frattini uses the term "brain circulation" to counter accusations of a "brain drain" -- a phrase often used to criticize rich countries for sucking the talent and stalling the development of poor regions.

    The challenge for Mr. Frattini is that in the face of pressure from unions and politicians worried about losing jobs to lower-wage newcomers, most EU national governments are jittery about welcoming more immigrants. Only three of the 15 Western European EU nations, for example, have opened their labor markets to the bloc's eight new Eastern European states.

    While some countries are likely to resist opening their labor markets until forced to do in 2011, attitudes might be changing. Last weekend French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy echoed many of Mr. Frattini's ideas and proposed special immigration permits for skilled workers.

    Plans to attract more immigrants are also a tough sell in developing countries that would lose their graduates and scientists. Mr. Frattini argues that successful migrants benefit their home economies when they work in Europe, because money they send home is an important part of many poor nations' gross domestic products.

    In concrete terms, Mr. Frattini says the EU would promote brain circulation by including non-EU citizens in job databases and funding language and job-training courses in immigrants' home countries. Mr. Frattini also wants to develop work visas that will allow immigrants to return to start businesses in their home countries, without losing the right to work in Europe.

    Some economists are skeptical. It is often difficult for immigrants to return home, and if economic conditions were good enough to merit investment, they probably wouldn't have left in the first place. "People left for a reason," says Jean-Pierre Garson, an economist at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

    The International Monetary Fund says immigrants dispatched $126 billion to their home countries in 2004 -- up from $72.3 billion in 2001 -- but there aren't any official figures on how much immigrants invest in businesses in their native countries.

    So, would brain circulation work? Some immigrants say they agree in theory that investing accomplishes more than cash remittances. Anecdotal evidence suggests investments that pay off require patience, hands-on involvement, start-up capital and participation by local residents.

    "Building is better," says Eric Chinje, a World Bank official living in Virginia who until recently had returned every two years to his hometown of Santa, Cameroon, with bags stuffed with dollars. "I'd take $5,000 and distribute among 100 to 200 people," he says. Three years ago, the 50-year-old Mr. Chinje set up a microcredit bank with the condition that villagers buy shares in the bank. Hundreds did, by getting money from relatives overseas, he says.

    The bank started in April 2004 with a capital base of $50,000. So far, it has lent money to a cooperative to fund a storage facility and a truck to carry fruits and vegetables to city markets.

    For an investment to really take off and make the kind of impact sought by Mr. Frattini, immigrant entrepreneurs say they need capital and connections.

    Kemal Sahin came to Germany in 1973 from a small mountain village in central Turkey. He started the company he now runs, Sahinler Group, one of Europe's biggest textile companies. Mr. Sahin employs 11,000 people, including 9,000 at plants in Turkey, where he started moving production in 1984 to take advantage of skilled, inexpensive labor. His knowledge of Turkish, local customs and regulations allowed him to set up an efficient operation, he says. "I was familiar with how things work in Turkey, and it was easier for me than for my German colleagues to invest there."

    --Andrea Thomas in Berlin contributed to this article.

    Write to John W. Miller at john.miller@dowjones.com1

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  • northstar1
    07-26 12:30 PM
    I don't think that's an option. The company has strict rules of using it's corporate attorney's through out the green card process. Hence the dilemna.


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  • IneedAllGreen
    06-21 05:03 PM
    thanks for your input. But tell me if you have taken photos at CVS and your experience with quality of photos from that store.

    Go to local CVS store

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  • kumarc123
    10-22 09:28 AM
    Gurus pls help,

    Here's my situation.
    I'm a derivative and recently got an interview notice.

    1) My spouse came here with H1 status (without me). Because my spouse's company can only start processing my H4 visa, 3 months after my spouse start date. Since it will be difficult for us to be thousands of miles away, we decided to use my tourist visa and come here so that I can join my spouse. So, I came here initially in B1/B2 status (around February 2006). After 3 months (around May 2006), I got a job offer from one company and was willing to sponsor my H1 visa. During the H1 processing, I had to go back home for emergency. Again came back to US using B1/B2. After I came back, we got a RFE asking for the new I-94. Then, my H1 was approved around November 2006 but only started getting paid around May 2007 (after I got a client).

    If asked during the interview, when I started working? Should I answer November 2006 (when my H1 visa was approved) or May 2007 (when I started getting paid bec I got a client)?

    2) Late last year we went to Canada and our I-94 was not taken from us. We were told that it's because we will be in Canada for few days only. Hence, we dont have a new I-94 in our hands. Currently, we're still holding old I-94. When we filed our I-485, the last entry date we entered was based on the Canada trip so it wont match the date with the old I-94. Will this cause a problem during the interview?

    Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks

    Hello there,
    Well I can answer one question of your's, when you travel to Canada, they don't normally put a new I94 ( I have driven too many times)
    So I would put the date specified on the old 1-94 exclusive of my trips to Canada, reason being I-94 is the only official record of entering and exiting the country. So why complicate things more?

    Hope it helps


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  • IWannaBeHowdy
    12-01 12:33 PM
    Hello Everyone,

    My employer filed for my H1-B extension and I have already received the Receipt with "Received date" and "Notice Date" of October 21, 2008 and October 24, 2008 respectively." My case is in Vermont Center.

    When I do the case search on USCIS.gov site, it says:

    "Your case can not be found at this time in Case Status Online. Please check your receipt number and try again. If you need further assistance, you can either call the National Customer Service Center at 1.800.375.5283, or you can send an e-mail to uscis.webmaster@dhs.gov."

    I found at least one forum member in similar situation. Are there anyone else out there with the similar situation. Just trying to see if this is a unique issue or its happening to few more people. Please drop in a line if you are in a similar situation. We would appreciate it a lot.


    PS: Worthy to mention the numbers and email listed on the error message leads you no where. I wonder why they even have it there.

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    07-11 12:14 PM

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  • sai_srinivas
    05-19 07:46 AM
    I have interview for AOS employment based on June 20th, 2006. The letter simply says get passport and I94. However i am planning to take all documents with me.

    Here are my case details:

    - Labor was filed in 2001 Nov in MI
    - 140 approved in Oct 2003
    - 485 filed in Jan 2004
    - changed employer in 2004 Nov on EAD
    - RFE for employment letter in Mar 2004
    - Case transfered to local office (Newark), May 2005
    - 3 EAD renewals, 3 AP renewals
    - 25 % more salary than old job. Title in old job was programmer/analyst.
    - New job when joined was Systems Analyst.
    - For RFE response, supplied a good letter with same job description.
    - The current JOb is NJ with a well known insurance company.
    - Recently i got promoted to Information systems Consultant

    Now my Qs are
    - What can i expect during the interview?
    - Anyone with similar experience, can you share ur experience?
    - Change in titles, more salary, labor being from a different state etc are
    making me very nervous
    - Are there chances that i get rejected/approved same day? if rejected, will be disastrous as i am not H1 anymore?

    06-20 12:52 AM
    my knowledge is also limited...
    but from my J1 days this is what i understood:

    J1 is NOT a dual intent visa.
    All J1 have some requirements to fulfill before applying for GC
    For physicians it is a 2 yr Home requirement OR underserved area practice
    For researchers etc a No objection is needed from the home country for a waiver
    Therefore you cannot file for adjustment of status while still on a J1 unless you have the relevant waiver. It will certainly be rejected.
    Physicians who get a waiver move to an H1 during their 3 year practice requirement. The NIW is a special case here, 485 filing is permitted but no approval till 5 years are over.

    hope that's helpful.

    09-12 07:30 AM
    Fill this form http://www.dol.gov/esa/forms/whd/WH-4.pdf and submit the form at local office ( http://www.dol.gov/esa/contacts/whd/america2.htm)

    Good Luck !!!

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