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  • theMan
    02-25 05:47 PM
    ssd213 has pointed you in the right direction. However this is not so simple as taxes depend on a host of other factors that have not been mentioned.
    To put it in one line, you will pay taxes in India after your RNOR period only on the accruals of the 401K funds. You cannot be taxed twice.

    Thsis forum , http://www.r2iclubforums.com/clubvb/ has plenty of discussions on this topic.




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  • Administrator2
    01-20 02:02 PM
    This looks great.....good work.

    However, it looks like the reputation button is not working right. :)


    Thanks Saralayar! A lot of members helped to make this change. Ideas and effort from a large number of members were pooled in. Special Thanks to coopheal for working on the wiki. That was awesome work.

    Hi! Ennada,

    We tested again and the Reputation button is working fine. We have disabled the reputation messages. Please let us know what is not working with the reputation button and we will fix it.

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  • uppaji
    06-15 01:27 PM
    Received their automated response. Let's see if I get a real response.
    Does anyone has similar contact for Washington post too??




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  • saileshdude
    08-10 03:58 PM
    I thought I will start any 2006 pending cases who are current for Aug bulletin and possibly sept bulletin (i.e if dates remain current for 2006 PDs)



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  • obelix
    12-22 03:44 PM
    Side question, very much related to OP's question.

    How to run the payroll while you still waiting for SSN?

    My wife's petition got approved today (H4-H1) and we are waiting for physical I-797 to get SSN request submitted. Meanwhile, is it possible to get her on payroll for next 10days so that we can have W-2 for 2010?

    I'll discuss with the lawyer but just wanted to get any experiences on this situation. We are also waiting for ITIN so technically nothing can be done for tax withholding purposes.

    I really don't understand then how COS applies immediately when we are supposed to get paid on H1B all time and at the same time we can't get paid without SSN. Something doesn't add up or am I'm missing anything?

    Thanks




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  • desi3933
    07-05 03:30 PM
    There is a clause saying that you need to be in status for last 180 days since your last entry to US. And since u are in good status for past 180 days u r good. Consult a lawyer on this as well, but I think u may eb fine

    Incorrect.

    This is for I-485 filing only and it is
    out of status days should be < 180 days since the last entry into USA


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  • hope49
    07-08 06:45 PM
    Hi,
    does anyone has experience working with satyam computers as a consultant on H1B ?

    Thanks.




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  • eb2dec2005
    10-28 10:25 AM
    hi,

    Can somebody reply to my earlier question reagarding AC21?
    Appreciate your replies.

    Thanks



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  • scorpioca
    05-17 04:38 PM
    Hi,

    I mom is from Nepal and Dad from India. Marriages between India and nepal is very common in my place, as we are border state. even my brother is married to nepali citizen and we have all my maternal family in Nepal.

    I was born in Nepal, but my parents never thought that getting nepali passport would matter, as we were in India. On passport and other documents my I put India as my birth place and no one ever asked for proof of birth place in India back then.
    Now for GC, i would need proof of birth( which i have, but from nepal) and that doesnt match my passport.

    Would it be advisable to correct my place of birth in Indian passport and all the records now? Can I have "nepal" as my place of birth in indian passport? Will be be still considered Indian citizen?

    How does all this affect my GC process? Any unseen dangers/after affects/side effects. please give your suggestions.




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  • add78
    03-19 01:33 PM
    Hello Everyone;

    I recently posted a thread on our buying house expereince, while that was chapter in itself, there is another one that has recently opened up. Allow me to elaborate;

    When you buy a house ( as most know) lender sets up an arrangment with Title company. You actually pay for the expenses and title company carries out the work. So as part of the paper work, this title company was assigned to put together, they sent me a copy of the whole deal for my records. Now, the person who was handling the package at title company, sent it to the address on my driver license. Happens to be that right next day from the date of closing, I left this place an moved into my house. So when the package arrived via Fedex, their was no-one their to claim, so the Fedex guy left it on the door step. After more than a week, the title company contacted me via phone asking about why I haven't signed up those documents and sent back. Surprised I asked about when they sent and to what place? that's when we discovered that the package was delievered to wrong place. So I asked them to ask Fedex to go fetch the package and send it to my new address. So now Fedex reported, that the package is gone! ... I contacted apartment office and no-one turned in such package. I called back the title company and informed them about all this and complained about loss of personal information. I asked them to pay for identity protection program, which they have refused.

    So my question is what legal course do I have to ensure they pay for my ID protection. I am really furstrated with the way these people do work. Instead of accepting negligence they are refuting my greivance. I have never hired a lawyer nor has taken anyone to court, but feel cheated.

    I understand your frustration, however, legally you do not have a case against the Closing Company. If they had sent it to a completely different address, it was another story. Since your driver's license showed your old address, the court will not find them at fault. Check your contract to see if there is any provision that states the mailing method of such important documents. Usually it should require signature upon delivery if not return receipt, but if nothing is mentioned in the contract, unfortunately you do not have a case.



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  • modvik
    05-25 07:45 PM
    It was in Cornyn ammendment.


    Did the Cornyn Amdmt make it into the bill?




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  • FredG
    June 2nd, 2004, 09:14 PM
    I can now sort of say I've been published!Way to go!! Congratulations!!

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    Flash-Matic
    10-28 10:11 PM
    Hello,
    I was wondering if anyone (preferably a teen, im 15) would like to make a web design site for a part time job (after school or w/e) Im great with flash and ok with photoshop, fireworks, and dreamweaver. Also i would like some1 who is laid back and likes to have fun while working. I wont be paying anybody anything but we will split the earnings of what we do. You dont have to be the best at any progs , this can be a learning experience and a development of a portfoilio for future jobs(must be good/ok at one web design program) Sorry if thats confsing, im not the best writer but if you are interested email me at chaos@flash-matic.com or reply to this



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  • Blog Feeds
    04-26 11:20 AM
    As many of our readers know, overstaying a visa can have a serious implications on ones ability to return to the US. The USCIS can record timely departure of a visitor by collecting the I-94 card upon exit.

    An I-94 is a form denoting the Arrival-Departure Record of particular foreigners used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) uses Form I-94 also. Form I-94 must be completed at the time of entry to the United States by foreign citizens that are being admitted into the United States in a non-immigrant visa status.

    But what if you did not turn in I-94 when you left the U.S., what should you do? US Customs provided some useful tips:



    If you returned home with your Form I-94 (white) or Form I-94W (green) Departure Record in your passport, it is possible that your departure was not recorded properly.

    If you departed by a commercial air or sea carrier (airlines or cruise ships), your departure from the U.S. can be independently verified, and it is not necessary to take any further action, although holding on to your outbound (from the U.S.) boarding pass - if you still have it - can help expedite your reentry next time you come back to the United States.

    If you departed by land, private vessel or private plane, you will need to take steps to correct the record. If you do not validate your timely departure from the United States, or, if you cannot reasonably prove you departed within the time frame given to you when you entered, the next time you apply for admission to the U.S., Customs and Border Protection (CBP) may conclude you remained in the U.S. beyond your authorized stay. If this happens, your visa may be subject to cancellation or you may be returned immediately to your foreign point of origin.

    Under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), visitors who remain beyond their permitted stay in the United States cannot reenter the U.S. in the future without obtaining a visa from a U.S. Consulate. So if you are a Visa Waiver Program visitor who traveled by land to either Canada or Mexico for an onward flight, it is particularly important for you to register your timely departure if your green I-94W was not taken when you exited the U.S. If you fail to do so and you arrive at a U.S. port of entry seeking admission under the Visa Waiver Program without a visa, CBP Officers may order your immediate return to a foreign point of origin. If you are a VWP visitor and you left the U.S. by an air or sea carrier, you don't need to worry.

    If you failed to turn in your I-94 Departure Record, please send it, along with any documentation that proves you left the United States to:

    DHS - CBP SBU

    1084 South Laurel Road

    London, KY 40744

    Do not mail your Form I-94 Departure Record or supporting information to any U.S. Consulate or Embassy, to any other CBP Office in the United States, or to any address other than the one above. Only at this location are we able to make the necessary corrections to CBP records to prevent inconvenience to you in the future. The London, Kentucky office does not answer correspondence, so please do not ask for confirmation that your record has been updated.

    To validate departure, CBP will consider a variety of information, including but not limited to:

    * Original boarding passes you used to depart another country, such as Canada, if you flew home from there;
    * Photocopies of entry or departure stamps in your passport indicating entry to another country after you departed the United States (you should copy all passport pages that are not completely blank, and include the biographical page containing your photograph); and
    * Photocopies of other supporting evidence, such as:

    * Dated pay slips or vouchers from your employer to indicate you worked in another country after you departed the United States,
    * Dated bank records showing transactions to indicate you were in another country after you left the United States,
    * School records showing attendance at a school outside the United States to indicate you were in another country after you left the United States, and
    * Dated credit card receipts, showing your name, but, the credit card number deleted, for purchases made after you left the United States to indicate you were in another country after leaving the United States.

    To assist us in understanding the situation and correct your records quickly, please include an explanation letter in English. Your statement will not be acceptable without supporting evidence such as noted above. You must mail legible copies or original materials where possible. If you send original materials, you should retain a copy. CBP cannot return original materials after processing.

    We strongly urge you to keep a copy of what you send to DHS-CBP and carry it with you the next time you come to the United States in case the CBP Officer has any questions about your eligibility to enter. Carrying those materials with you will also allow your record to be corrected at the time of entry if, for some reason, the London, Kentucky office has not yet done so.

    If taking short trips (30 days or less) to Canada, Mexico, or the Caribbean Islands during the course of your visit to the U.S., hold onto your I-94 or I-94 (W); it should only be turned in when you leave the U.S. to return home.

    Delays beyond the traveler's control, such as cancelled or delayed flights, medical emergencies requiring a doctor's care, etc. are not considered unauthorized overstays, however, you will need to bring proof of the cause of your overstay next time you travel to the U.S. in order for it to be forgiven. For airline delays, ask the airline for a letter affirming the delay or a copy of your cancelled boarding pass.

    So make sure to remember to turn in your I-94's, that will eliminate any problems the next time you return to the US.





    More... (http://www.visalawyerblog.com/2010/04/how_to_record_and_report_depar.html)




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  • Asfandyar
    08-22 06:10 PM
    SKIL Bill--S-2611--Introduced to the House, May Raise H-1B, EB Quotas
    The SKIL Bill has been introduced to the House of Represenatives by nine congressmen, all Republicans. (The acronym stands for "Securing Knowledge Innovation and Leadership.") If passed into law, S-2611 would raise the H-1B cap to 115,000 and the EB quota to 290,000. It would also exempt spouses and children from the quota, which would certainly eliminate the current 5-year backlog in the EB-3 category. Many agree that the SKIL Bill is important to the U.S. economy.


    SKIL Bill: Who, What, Why?

    The SKIL Bill would help programs bring well-educated foreign talent together with U.S. employers who say they are suffering a shortage of skilled workers.

    Introduced by Representative John Shadegg (R-AZ), the SKIL Bill would reform the H-1B visa system as well as the employment- based (EB visa) green card process. Cosponsors include representatives John Campbell (R-CA), K. Michael Conaway (R-TX), John T. Doolittle (R-CA), Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Peter Hoekstra (R-MI), Michael McCaul (R-TX), Mike Pence (R-IN), John Shimkus (R-IL) and Todd Tiahrt (R-KS).

    The United States has found itself in a state of lacking competitiveness due to the difficulties that foreign students and workers have encountered with the U.S. visa process. The SKIL Bill's introduction to the House sends a message that the Bush Administration and the U.S. Congress alike are addressing this issue and taking it seriously.

    Some of the highlights of the SKIL Bill (Securing Knowledge Innovation and Leadership) include:

    -EB and H-1B cap exemptions for foreign workers educated in the United States who have earned a graduate degree. U.S. educated foreign workers with master's or higher degrees.

    -Making the H-1B process and cap more flexible, based on market needs, so that U.S. employers are not severely delayed from hiring essential foreign talent for months at a time.

    -Extending optional post-graduate work (practical training) from 12 months to two years, so that these highly skilled, U.S.-educated foreign workers have a better chance of attaining green card status and using their talents in the States.

    -Exempting spouses and children of EB green card applicants from the annual EB immigrant visa cap, which would free up these visas for the professionals themselves.

    Reasons Behind the SKIL Bill

    For more extensive details, see the entire text of the SKIL bill.

    http://shusterman.com/pdf/skil506.pdf



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  • kghoshal
    02-18 06:49 PM
    Last December, 2006 I got laid off because of company downsizing. My last pay stub was dated 12/15/2006. My LC was pending more than 365 days in my last company. Recently I got new job offer. My new company attorney is collecting all my immigration related information for filing H1-B extension from me. I have almost 60 days employment gap when my new company attorney file my 8th year H1-B extension.

    I like to know the consequence of my 60 days employment gap. Whether my H1-B extension will be denied by USCIS? I will greatly appreciate your valuable suggestions as I am very much worried.




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  • sanju
    02-06 10:28 AM
    We filed for 485 in 2007 july fiasco... and so far, we never received FPs for me or my wife..
    my lawyer called the TSC a couple of times, and I called at least 3 times, and all the time, they say it is fine, and they will contact me if they need anything. We got our EADs and APs renewed as well, but never received FPs...

    Every time I contacted them and explained the problem, they would open up a case to investigate and they send us letters a couple of months later saying my application is within the current processing times...

    I am hoping this is only normal, and there are others out there in the same boat as mine...
    Am I wrong in assuming so? Let me know if there is anything I should do?

    pal :)


    Hi pal,

    Two things -

    a.) If your priority date is current and you are EB2-India, then your priority date in your profile is incorrect. Could you please fix it, along with other data in your profile.

    b.) Based on what you said, if I were you, I would take an infopass appointment at the nearest USCIS center for the entire family and speak with the IO face-2-face and ask this -
    i.) My dates are current, how much time will it take to approve your application, and at what stage it is stuck?
    ii.) You have not recd FP notice, is that ok?

    I think IO officer will most likely print an FP notice right there, and that will bring up your file, if it is lying in some rubble. It would have someone look into your application.

    Hope this is helpful!

    .



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  • krustycat
    10-24 08:39 PM
    fatjoe.

    Did you get any receipt # in the mail or from your lawyer before calling them to ask for the checks to be cashed?
    Because they are refusing to enter a "service request" for my case unless I provide them with a receipt # (Which I didn't get, that's the reason I am calling. This is like a closed loop. I am calling because I didn't get anything receipt yet, they tell me I cannot do anything if I don't give them a receipt #, it's funny, isn't it?). They don't accept my tracking number from USPS express mail as a proof of receipt.




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  • ajain
    05-27 03:10 AM
    hi,

    I am confused about whether to suggest 'member of the professions holding an advance degree" or "an alien of exceptional ability" for my NIW petition. What is the criteria to select one over the other? I have a MS/PhD from a US university. Proving to be exceptional is certainly difficult, but then holding an advanced degree may not be enough of a criteria for a successful petition.

    Thanks.




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  • Sandeep
    02-01 10:00 AM
    http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/feb2006/nf2006021_1615_db038.htm
    "Immigration. Despite intense pressure from social conservatives and conservative GOP populists, Bush stood firm against immigration restrictions that cut off economic opportunities for all newcomers. "We hear claims that immigrants are somehow bad for the economy, even though this economy could not function without them," he told lawmakers, some of whom are pushing immigration law changes that Bush opposes.
    Such talk is music to the ears of businesses that rely on immigrant labor. But the President will have to hang tough to avoid tough immigration restrictions sought by his party's right wing. "

    http://www.competeamerica.org/news/alliance_pr/20060131_state_union.html
    "President Bush understands that continued American economic leadership is not a birthright. We must do everything we can to keep our workforce competitive. This includes a commitment to better math and science education, new worker training programs and improved access to highly educated foreign workers," said Sandra Boyd, National Association of Manufacturers Human Resources Policy Vice President and Compete America Chair.




    InTheMoment
    06-27 01:09 PM
    Giddu,

    If the premium processing unit sent an e-mail that the petition was approved it does indeed mean it was approved.

    Ignore the online status and expect the approval notice in the mail. No need need to panic.

    This is from my own experience.


    My attorney received an email notice of I-140 approval (PP) on Mon, June 25. But the online case status showed the application as pending. Finally,today my attorney called and was told that due to "system glitch ", approval notices were sent out in error!! It seems this has done to others too!!
    Did anyone else encounter this?




    kidrock
    12-07 02:13 AM
    Hi,

    Check my post in "Job Offers"



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