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  • ksach
    03-01 01:37 AM
    The text originally Posted by GoneSouth was great and we need more like this one. I feel that the stories should appeal more to the heart and than being heavy on technicalities. People would respond more when they see american values being abused than when they read how the green card process actually works. I wish I had the writing skills that many of the members have, but these are some of the things i would write about if I could write one.

    1. The lack of freedom for legal immigrants. The country that values freedom so much and went to war for it would certainly like to address the issue for its own future citizens/residents.

    2. The desperation and frustration of the highly skilled and educated immigrants.

    3. The affects of the immigration process on the spouses of immigrants (boredom, anxiety, lack of financial independence, waste of their degrees etc.) and affects on marriages.

    4. America no longer being a magnet for the bright and the smartest. (only one IIT ian graduate supposedly took up a job in the US, i read somewhere). How the future Vinod Khosla-s and Pramod Haque's are rotting in the current immigration system.

    5. Link the current EB immigration system to slavery.

    6. A picture speaks a thousand words, so maybe some photographs or comics might help (like chained IT workers, spouses whose degrees are wasted etc.)

    7. I see a lot of nice quotes in some of the texts. Maybe it is nice to collect some of the nice quotes and publish them somewhere.

    Maybe its best to use our contacts in our home countries to get some stories printed in leading newspapers/publications. In this flat world, the stories would float around and reach a wider audience.

    my few cents.


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  • apatel_17
    01-15 04:21 PM
    I have purchased 4 firearms during my nonimmigrant status, including a handgun. Nonimmigrants can generally not own firearms in the US. Though, there is an exception to the law if you possess a valid hunting license and have resided in the US for more than 90 days. I took a hunting class, which was a prerequisite for the hunting license and also had very good firearm safety information.

    For long-guns, you will need some paperwork before you go to the gunshop (utility bills from at least last 90 days, hunting license, Driver's license, your I-94 number). The background check will probably be delayed a day or two while FBI checks your immigration status. Your gun seller will call you when they get the ok.

    For handguns, there may be additional paperwork. I had to apply for handgun permits with the local sheriff's office. The person you first deal with will probably be unaware of the exception for individuals with hunting licenses. You will probably need to take a copy of the law (ICE has a pamphlet on firearm laws for nonimmigrants, take a copy with you) and talk to a supervisor. Once you get the permit you take the permit and your DL to the gun seller plus all the paperwork I listed for long gun purchase. Let me know if you have additional questions. Good luck.

    I have been thinking for a long time to own a gun but due to my H-1B status could'nt own one. My I-140 was approved last year and now I am working on EAD.

    I am wondering if anybody else in a similar situation purchased a gun; I mean after he/she started working using EAD. I tried to research the issue but the law is not clear on the subject.

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  • suresh.emails
    12-12 10:16 AM
    When we conducted D.C. rally, there were roughly 1500 people attended. Each member has his/her own reason for not attending the rally.

    The reasons could be, taking a day off from work or to far from their place etc..,

    As a first step��..:)

    Why don�t we plan for rally on the same day, same time at various major cities? This would enable members to attend in their respective cities.

    We knew that, we are 25K+ members strong and can hold rallies/protests, where we have (major cities) at least 100+ members.

    We must invite media and local US leader�s for rally and show our strength and request them to work towards the Green Cards.

    Why don�t we plan for a rally during the this Christmas season?

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  • kavas
    04-03 12:58 PM
    Core Members
    You are all doing A Commedable and selfless job.We thank you for that irrespective of the outcome in the senate.

    Please dont even respond to any negative comments.Simply delete the ones you find inappropriate.You are doing a big job and dont need such diversions.


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  • anilnag
    01-22 07:55 PM
    Here is a post from Ron Gotcher's website which might be of interest to some of us trapped in EB3 I retrogression .

    He expects visa bulletin cut off for EB3 I to jump to 2004 in coming months. No reasoning behing this though..

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  • walking_dude
    03-17 05:13 PM
    Bernanke's predecessor Alan Greenspan has written a book (check it on Amazon) where he makes a case for increased high-skilled immigration. He makes a forceful case that its good for the greater economy (and not just limited to housing sector). And yet, we don't see any action on the Capitol (do we?!).

    If Bernanke gives a media statement about the benefits of increased high-skilled immigration to media, it will create a few articles, a few heated discussions. It will peter out after that ( like Bill Gates testimonies to US Congress). Ultimately its the guys sitting in the Capitol and WH who control what becomes the law. And they aren't going to decide on immigration based on what Bernanke states in a brainstorming session.

    Here's the complex process - Someone has to write a bill, work on getting sponsors and co-sponsors, network with other Congressmen to support the bill. Get it through the bureacracy of the Sub-committee on Immigration in the Senate, get a filibuster proof majority of 60 senators to get it passed. Same has to be done in the House. Get it out of House immigration sub-committee. Get a majority vote in the House. In doing all this they shouldn't create a reason for Pres. Bush to veto it. In case he does veto it (for any reason) it will go back to Congress and 2/3rd majority is required to override the veto.

    If it was so easy to get a bill passed [by getting Mr. Bernanke to support it] lobbying business would've been long dead. Companies wouldn't be spending millions of dollars every year to safeguard their interests.

    Point is - getting Bernanke/media support may create a traction for our issue and get it some coverage. I'm not saying the effort is completely useless. It has it's place. But it will not fix the issue by itself. We still need to meet the lawmakers and convince them, we still need to send those letters, make those phone calls, send those faxes and so on. Getting Bernanke/media support will never be an alternative to IV efforts. They will, at best, complement it.

    Bernanke gets called often to talk about the economy and that gets Media attention (so even if he says everything should be done to increase demand and if he mentions immigration ..that would help) ..that is commonsense 101. it is definitely worth trying.

    ofcourse Ben may not read our letters but hopefully someone in his staff would (Approaching Ben or the realtors has more chance of success than sending mails to VP or to Bush) ...and maybe suggest the same during their brainstorming ..ofcourse all of this is hopes ..and with ifs and buts ..but I dont see lot of other options ..


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  • singhsa3
    08-14 07:07 AM
    With the help of Macca , Franklin, Andy Gracia and others, I intend to finalize it today. Will try to hold a conference call later in a evening for the final tits bits.
    In next couple of days, we shoud release this for printing....

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  • skp71
    10-11 08:06 PM
    EB3-ROw will continue to move like now or will it slow down in the future? My PD was Sept 13, 2002. Desperately waiting for that. Any idea?


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  • jsb
    08-03 04:19 PM
    Justaju jiski thi, usko to na paya humne..
    Is bahane magar dekh li duniya humne.

    (Song from Umrao Jaan)

    After wandering through 12 US states in past 12 years, thats what accurately sums up my quest for GC. :)

    This is not an Indian site. Kindly understands sensitivities of other users of this site.

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  • ameryki
    08-29 01:12 PM
    Can somebody answer this question of mine please.

    If you are efiling it will automatically assign you the service center that you should be filing to. Better shoot for that to avoid any issues.


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  • krishmunn
    05-10 10:07 AM
    So the question still remains. Which is better school for MS with a little lesser load on the pocket.

    I wonder why every dicussion has to take a E2 vs E3, regional discrimination and other such things. Can't we have a proper engaging, fruitful discussion on any topic. Learn to respect and appreciate others. In God's scheme of things nobody is greater or smaller.

    Good luck.

    If someone is looking for a Masters just to upgrade to EB2, any accredited program will do. Verify the accreditation (of school and program) using the link which I posted earlier

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  • GCBy3000
    09-29 12:51 PM
    Whatever you guys say, the key is to see how much of unused visa they post this year. Due to their inefficiency, they would post at least 10-20k of unused visa for this year too.


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  • amitjoey
    07-13 05:37 PM
    New members:

    Please contribute now.... Nothing is free here. Even to maintain this web-site it need money.. Think how important information you get just by joining IV. And guess what if we would have minimum fee to join IV, lots of us would have paid it. But IV is so kind enough that they don't ask money to join it. But now it up to us if we want to contribute. New members and old members who haven't contributed yet please contribute now...Show that you are not free rider and you care about IV...

    Thanks a lot...

    Who is first?


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  • ashishgour
    05-28 05:51 PM
    The hearing is scheduled for next wednesday..


    Sorry to spoil the party guys..but it seems this hearing is for
    S 424 - Uniting American Families Act of 2009


    and not S.1085 Reuniting Families Act ...

    I hope someone proves me wrong.... :mad::confused:


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  • gc_lover
    07-20 02:48 PM
    Delivered July 2 @9:01am Fedex,

    I spoke to a IO from Nebraska center ,they said my data is not in the system.She said no memo has been issued how to process the July 2nd cases,but they will process all the other cases according to VB 107.when i asked more she said she cannot give me any more information i asked her should i resubmit , she did not comment on that i was totally surprised when i asked her when the cheque will be cashed she said october, I again asked her and told her it is not for H1 b it is for I 485 again she said october.Did you any of you guys call the USCIS ??

    There is no point in calling them and asking question. Each person gives different answers and they don't know what the heck they are talking about. I think it would be best if we waited 3/4 weeks more and see if we can get receipt number.

    It's so bad that we have to work so hard just to get receipt number for our case. I don't know what will happen to our EAD and AP applications. Nice job USCIS!

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  • john2255
    07-21 08:24 AM
    Whenever an attempt to increase visa numbers is made a budget point of order can usually be made. So, you will need 60 votes to amend the law.

    "Before every one starts to bash Hillary : this is what someone on IV posted regarding Senate floor Amendment 2339... and now it sort of makes sense:"

    Not really. Senators voted against this because they opposed the underlying amendment. The Democratic opposition stems from the facts that the amendment proposed to re-capture from all categories and then re-distribute accordingly to a Republican preference. For instance EB-3, numbers re-captured didn't all go to EB-3. The amendment gave 61,000 to Schedule A and then re-distributed the rest equally.

    A much fairer, simpler and permanent solution is to simply rollover the unused numbers to next years numbers.

    I believe there is around 300,000 unused visas from previous years. Even if 61,000 visas are gone to Schedule A, we would have got the remaining 240,000 visas. Imagine they are not even ready to pass the amendment which gives relief to Schedule A(extremely shortage workers) as well as employment catagories, think about the chances if the amendment stands only for employment catagories.


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  • GCHope2011
    07-02 06:44 AM
    Obama is probably the worst President we have had in history OR may be his advisors are to be blamed. All they want to do is stop and punish business and then get votes by giving illegals free stuff. Legal residents spend at least $10-20K to remain legal and these freaking democrats want illegals to pay $500 and get citizenship (not even just GC).
    Vote out all democrates in the coming elections. GOP is the only party that cares about America - not just for short term votes.

    When you complain about latino or hispanics - everyone says this is not only about hispanics....many other nationalities are illegally here....but then only hispanic cacacus gets a meeting with Obama to push their illegal agenda forward.

    NO AMNESTY - yes, we can!

    What is this crap about immigration laws splitting families - how are the laws splitting families? Why can't the illegal resident in the US go back home to their family and the issue is solved. We don't need JPL labs or NASA to get involved (not rocket science).

    We can deport 11 million illegals by enforcing CURRENT immigration law and arresting and heavily ($50000 or extra jail time) for employers that employ illegals - knowingly or unknowingly. The burden should be on the employer to find out. Slowly, without jobs latinos (yes, the majority of illegals) will start leaving...going back - self deportation.
    While we may have our personal views on the efficacy or effectiveness of the US political system and the politicians, we should refrain from using this forum to cast aspersions on individual actors and parties in the system or painting them with a broad brush. No system is perfect, and the US politics and the political system is no different. On the whole, it does seem to work better and in a more civilized way than in other countries most of the times.

    We are an advocacy forum and need the support of everyone in the political system for our cause. Bad mouthing people certainly does not win friends who can help us.

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  • jkays94
    10-03 01:32 PM
    I am very depressed! my lawyer who is doing my I-485 has advised that if she was to be concerned with her representing me, she would advise against me starting the company. basically, she said, USCIS can read this as an intent to leave the permanent employer for self employment. my business plan was to be in non-IT business. she said that if i am making enough money in the business, it will be hard to prove that i intend to continue in the job while having this business on the side...

    well! best of luck to you guys! go on sharing your stories.

    Although USCIS guidances are not binding, you might want to pay attention to the below (was not able to upload the attachment, you might want to google for it)

    From: Michael Aytes
    Acting Director of Domestic Operations
    Date: December 27, 2005
    Re: Interim guidance for processing I-140 employment-based immigrant petitions and I-485 and
    H-1B petitions affected by the American Competitiveness in the Twenty-First Century Act of
    2000 (AC21) (Public Law 106-313)

    Question 7. Should service centers or district offices request proof of �ability to pay� from
    successor employers in I-140 portability cases, in other words, from the new
    company/employer to which someone has ported?
    Answer: No. The relevant inquiry is whether the new position is in the same or similar occupational
    classification as the alien�s I-140 employment. It may be appropriate to confirm the legitimacy of a
    new employer and the job offer through an RFE to the adjustment applicant for relevant information
    about these issues. In an adjustment setting, public charge is also a relevant inquiry.

    Question 8. Can an alien port to self-employment under INA �204(j)?
    Answer: Yes, as long as the requirements are met. First, the key is whether the employment is in a
    "same or similar" occupational classification as the job for which the original I-140 petition was filed.
    Second, it may be appropriate to confirm that the new employer and the job offer are legitimate
    through an RFE to the adjustment applicant for relevant information about these issues. Third, as
    with any portability case, USCIS will focus on whether the I-140 petition represented the truly
    intended employment at the time of the filing of both the I-140 and the I-485. This means that, as
    of the time of the filing of the I-140 and at the time of filing the I-485 if not filed concurrently, the I-
    140 petitioner must have had the intent to employ the beneficiary, and the alien must have intended
    to undertake the employment, upon adjustment. Adjudicators should not presume absence of such
    intent and may take the I-140 and supporting documents themselves as prima facie evidence of such
    intent, but in appropriate cases additional evidence or investigation may be appropriate.

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  • mmanurker
    12-31 01:28 PM
    So does this mean I am stuck with Company A till I get Garbage Can I mean GC ?

    You are not alone in this situation...I switched couple months back while I am on 11th yr
    H1B. I was with same employer for 8 yrs and applied for 140/485 but both got denied as attorney made a mistake in labor and 140 stating that I will be working only from my employers chicago office and eventually my employer closed chicago office before my 140approval and USCIS raised RFE for that and denied stating that my application is no longer eligible due to closure of office....So I hired an new attorney and filed appeal. Meanwhile I started all over again with another employer and got new labor/140 approved and switched recently. Now I am on 11'th yr H1B.

    Now to answer ur question on what if previous employer revokes your approved 140, it will not effect and you can still retain and port the PD to the new employer at the time of filing a new 140 with another employer....what that means is that you can still switch the employers and still retain ur PD

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    05-29 07:20 AM
    I found this interesting comment from a blog. It has been posted by an H.R. representative who has access to H1B and GC users' records. The points raised are indeed valid and they seem to have a 'case' against us. I do not by any means want to undermine our efforts but it does provide a perspective from the 'citizens' perspective.

    The bill would also drastically increase the number of H-1B visas issued to foreign professional workers. As a Human Resources representative, I see first hand how the H-1B visa and employment based green card programs actually work together to drive U.S. white collar workers from their jobs and even from their careers. To begin with, there is virtually nothing in the law that prevents employers from hiring H-1Bers for open positions even if qualified Americans are available and willing to do the work. Americans are routinely laid off and replaced with lower paid H-1Bers also. In these cases, Americans have practically no legal recourse available under current law. H-1B is also a dual intent visa, so an employer may sponsor an H-1Ber for an EB green card for legal permanent resident status. When a company seeks to sponsor a foreign worker for an EB green card, they are required by law to demonstrate a good faith effort to recruit Americans first. This process is called labor certification. But employers routinely game the labor certification process for green card sponsorship to defraud even well qualified citizen job applicants in favor of low wage foreigners. They use fake job ads and/or bad faith interviews of American citizens to convince the federal government that they tried to find American workers first. These practices are common in high tech and even in some non-tech industries, but HR people are told to keep quiet about it or lose their jobs.

    I would be in favor of a program that issues a small number of self-sponsoring green cards for truly innovative foreign nationals on a competitive basis. But very few of the H-1Bers or green card applicants that I have seen in 10+ years even come close to being truly innovative. Most are just practitioners with skills that are actually quite common among the domestic workforce. The only thing special about these foreigners is that they will work for substantially less than Americans in order to have a chance to become legal permanent residents. Thus they are used by management to sweeten corporate balance sheets.

    The prevailing wage regulations are supposed to insure that foreign nationals are paid the same as their American counterparts in the same job functions, but these regulations are so riddled with loopholes that they are a bad joke.

    Since my work allows me to have access to salary records, I can tell you that the labor cost savings for H-1Bers and green card applicants is substantially greater than the costs of filing the applications with the government.

    Citizens should demand that both the H-1B and employment based green card programs be abolished in their current form.

    My point is if we check our credentials, how many of us are 'true' innovators? I know I am not, I am an expert in what I do and am an asset to my company but I haven't filed any patents or publications which would be the true requirement for this country. My skills are indeed readily available in domestic workers as well. Could that be the reason for the backlog in EB-3 and none in EB-1? So do we need to do a reality check here? Just wondering if this could be the reason why we're getting a raw deal. Could it be that 'highly skilled' is not enough but 'genius' and 'highly skilled' is what's required here? Just a thought.
    Dont blame you for being concerned after reading this post. We at IV dont disagree that there are a few instances where infact below average skilled people are employed on H1bs. However, look around a little, talk to fellow foreigners (Indians/others) whom you meet somewhere and you will realize that they dont just supply cheap labor OK. They are indeed very qualified for the job they are put into. I know for example the job that I do CAN be done by an american citizen without any problem (if he /she is trained) but the fact is that, there is NOBODY around. REALLY there is nobody around. Now reg software, many of my software friends are highly talented individuals (not inovative in the sense you mean) without whom the industry will COLLAPSE and your HR person will have nobody to hire because he/she will have to go home. Remember also the fact that IT industry is now at a slowly developing phase and they need people to work for lower wages and cant survive to fill in all slots with the american worker who will want more money for lesser work time and that proves the HR persons point--work for lesser money (THAT INFACT IS THE MAJOR REQ FOR IT INDUSTRY AT PRESENT)

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