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  • smuggymba
    08-04 11:14 AM
    i got green today

    time do donate 100 now:)

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  • Saralayar
    07-12 01:24 PM
    i'm all for this. This is very close to my heart. I probably care more about this than i do, my 485 approval.(can't have one without the other, i know i know. But still.).

    I don't know when i'll get my 485 approved, hopefully within the next year. But i'm willing to work on this, whatever it takes - contributions, lawmaker meetings, dc.

    I'm in.

    This has got to be simple too. When the citizenship law was first drafted, immigrants got their green cards within months of entering the country. Start to end of the greencard process took under a year, if not less.

    The intention of the law was to have them learn the language, the ways of the country, and assimilate, which was expected to take about 5 years, before applying for citizenship.

    These days the green card process itself take over 5 years for a lot of people. Most indians and chinese in the eb2 category, and pretty much the entire eb3 category have lived here longer than 5 years. In those 5 years they have gone to school here, paid income taxes, bought homes, and learned the language (well they had to, in order to qualify for an employment based green card!). What more "assimilation" do they need to do?

    I definitely think that the following should be the criteria for eligibility to apply for citizenship,

    - an approved green card
    - 5 years of continuous u.s. Residence starting from the date the 485 application was received.

    Let's do this.
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  • bitzbytz
    03-25 06:45 AM
    I like the food from a particular restaurant.
    - I go there often, enjoy the food, and recommend it to my friends.

    I don't like the food from a particular restaurant.
    - I don't go there at all, even when I am hungry and I will tell my bad food experience to my friends - either convince them not to go there or let them decide on their choice.

    Reasonable? Logical? Practical?

    I like what IV has done, what IV is doing currently.
    - I will visit the site often, get the information I want/need and recommend it to my friends

    I don't like what IV has done, or what it is doing currently.
    - I will not visit the site, as it is a waste of time and I will tell my bad experience to my friends - either convince them to leave IV or let them decide on their choice.

    Reasonable? Logical? Practical?

    Now, I don't like a particular restaurant, they serve bad food, bad customer service, waste of money, time - BUT I still go to the restaurant, eat the bad food, complain of the customer service, spend money knowing very well I am not getting its worth, and then stand up in the middle of this same restaurant floor and tell people this restaurant is not good (while eating) and tell my friends not to go to this restaurant (while I continue to go).

    Reasonable? Logical? Practical? Or Unreasonable? Illogical? Impractical? - I would say second choice.

    What do you as a reasonable, logical and practical person think?

    believers or non believers.

    If for a social and noble cause, I can *donate*. If asked for what IV did, I cannot *participate*. if explained what we can change and with transparency and patience while eating a humble pie, i can *participate* *contribute* *put IV on a map* *market* Well thats just my view.

    Nice analogy but note that IV for me is like samplers. If I like what is being offered, I would donate. If I want some thing to be given as sampler, I will buy, contribute and market it. I cannot donate for samplers which were given before I knew abt it, even though some good people got benefited.

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  • piperwarrior
    08-28 07:17 PM
    Your logic is not right. They are still American companies as they are based and incorporated in the US. Number of employees in India does not matter. It would be different if they had a majority of Indian employees in the US...

    Check the above link too...

    "The numbers speak for themselves. Accenture expects to reach 35,000 by the end of this financial year, a 52 per cent increase over last year. IBM already has 53,000 people in India, a 23 per cent increase over the previous year. By the end of the current financial year, Tata Consultancy Services plans to add 30,000 employees, taking its total headcount to 113,500. US-based Capgemini plans to employ 40,000 professionals by 2010."


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  • Pineapple
    12-25 07:47 PM
    Half the people I know (and yeah, that includes me!) are on vacation at this time... (talk about using up leave/vacation/sick time etc before the year ends :) ).

    And anyway, the ones on vacation - and ones on not - are either
    (a) Broke (holidays, gifts, parties etc)
    (b) Not checking mails and internet (ditto) or,
    (c) Want to forget their problems for at least a week or two before getting back to reality.

    Keep this thread alive.. I predict things will liven up in terms of contribution and membership in the second week of January.

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  • JazzByTheBay
    03-20 07:04 PM
    Having to wait 10 years for mere permanent resident status in a country in itself is ridiculous, compared to processing times in countries such as Canada, and Australia.

    If anything, the period should be much shorter - about 3-5 years from entry as H1B (or any other work visa).

    It's critical that the time start from date of entry with a work visa - not filing of labor certification/I-140/I-485. Many folks may have had to change jobs multiple times (for example, during and after the .COM bust) and the process would've restarted each time.


    I have received messages from people who have been here around 10 years without a GC. I wonder how common this is. What do you think about proposing a "fast track" for people who have been here legally for more than a certain amount of time?


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  • gg_ny
    08-14 09:30 AM
    Have you tried to reach the CIS via infopass? 'Aging out of children' is one of the extraordinary situations which can force the hands of CIS. It is on the USCIS guidelines. In your case, you can ALSO go to your congress members to look into this. Extraordinary situations require extraordinary responses. Good luck.

    It is good to see the combined Immigration community efforts are bringing results. However, it appears that no attention is being paid to raise the issue of children ageing out because of visa retrogression and delay in labor clearance........

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  • InTheQueue05
    05-11 11:34 AM
    This is very well said. And also Pappu's reply was very appropriate and I agree every bit.

    I will have to accept my 'silence' over the past few yrs when I was aware of the website but was a mute-spectator. I have only recently enrolled to monthly contributions and also helping spread the word on the usefulness of this site and spreading the appreciation and core-values that the core members who run/maintain this website are trying to instill.

    I do understand the frustration of older members/contributors when someone just uses this site for their benefit without appreciating the core principals. But, criticizing and being sarcastic towards people only discourages and turns-off people - thats all I wanted to highlight.



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  • voicerj
    05-04 02:16 PM
    Seems like no approvals today also during the day. We will have to wait until tonight to see more approvals .... hopefully mine tooooooo:D

    I see one approval today with user id "clouds" and priority date - June-30.. Hope things go in favor of us.

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  • stealthgt
    04-07 09:12 AM
    Letting all this Indian Consulting Firms taking ALMOST all the H-1B visas is very unfair for everyone of us that we are working hard to get a job in the US. In my opinion, they are trying to monopolize all the H-1B so no other company can be able to hire foreign professionals by themself. In this way their only way to get professionals is thru them.

    It is very UNFAIR that this consulting companies takes a large number, getting almost everything, of H-1B visas without having a real job for them. This companies will offer this H-1Bs to other companies, making it a big business. Additionally, I believe that indians also pays to this consulting companies for the H-1B.

    Even if the congress raise the cap without making changes in the system, it will never be enough. It will just increase the profit of this consulting companies. I only hope that the changes going to be introduced to fix the system will not screw us and complicate more the immigration process. But realistics and effectives changes are needed.

    Good luck for everyone who are in the H-1B lottery and really need it.


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  • arc
    05-14 09:36 AM
    I efiled a month back both ead and AP, so far I still have "we have received response to your RFE message" Did any one get further to the next step after receiving this message?

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  • chingchang
    05-05 04:10 PM
    Hi! is this true? they are approving cases randomly? what happen to FIFO?
    I guess one has to pray for luck ! Is there no reason to worry? What if your case has been denied after 13 months of waiting , that's really bad luck.
    Thanks for the info. by the way.

    i asked the same question about rejection they said we dont accept any rejections and we will file MTR, and they dont have any rejections from past 6 years

    one of my friend in the same company got approval in 3 months that one is not audited

    we both filed at the same time atlanta centre he is lucky guy


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  • santb1975
    04-16 01:52 PM
    I can't run as fast as you do Nola. However, that will be an aggressive goal for me to set this year. I will be happy even if I finish the half marathon an hour after you do.

    Hi Santb1975,

    We are working up to it, and either GoIV or myself may partner with you to run/walk the Houston Half. Working on it now :) will keep you posted!

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  • 485Mbe4001
    04-06 03:04 PM
    The number of cases approved during 2002-2005 was at least 2-3 times what was being approved now(when recapture was in force)... improving efficiency will not give us any more visas... if there are 100k waiting for a GC they will still keep waiting no matter how efficient USCIS is. The fact of the matter is that they can only approve 3k per category per country. recaptured visas are free of country and category caps. It will not cause divisions or issues and will help unite everyone behind one cause. Other short term issues dont help(multiyear EADs or APs and such)...they just prolong the pain and drain money every year. The queue can only be reduced, by time or attrition or more output... we can all agree which is better.

    Firstly the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of un-used visa's is a clear indicator of poor USCIS efficiency. Even if the recapture visa effort bears fruit and people will get interim benefit it will do nothing to improve the efficiency of processing cases at USCIS which I think is the root cause of this problem. Yes there is also a supply and demand situation but unless USCIS improves the delays and backlogs may not stand a chance.


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  • psp123
    05-17 08:39 PM
    Just got the mail Card production ordered(myself, spouse , dependent).

    Raised SR on 2nd May Got RFE on 3rd , received the RFE(Employement Verification) on 8th.
    replied the RFE , USCIS received on 12th.
    EB2 PD June 5th 2006

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  • 21stIcon
    02-24 05:25 AM
    desi3933 .
    I sent P.M ,Please reply to that.


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  • prolegalimmi
    10-15 01:11 PM
    right. in the AILA call also they cautioned that retrogression will become worse (dates moving back!) once USCIS starts processing all those July/August filers...


    It depends on how many applications were filed that had priority dates before the Retrogressed Date (22 APR 01, 01 AUG 02, Etc).
    If there were no big volume of applications before this date, then the USCIS is out of work as it relates to the I-485 applications processing. Thats when they move the date forward to allow more applications with later priority dates come to the processing desk.

    My two cents.

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  • AirWaterandGC
    05-02 07:46 PM
    Thanks for the response. I believe I should check with the school. If the school accepts just the proof of having applied for COS, then I should be fine. I dont understand if they accept F1 application proof, then why not for H4 ? Anyways thanks a lot.

    I am in a similar situation. After failing to get a definite answer on the exact time taken by the process of changing status to H4 while in the US, I have decided to take a trip to India to get this stamped instead. I was told that change of status to H4 needs to be approved before starting school, simply showing proof of having applied for COS is insufficient. But if you apply for change of status to F1,then approval is not required before starting school. However I would suggest you confirm this from your lawyer/school.

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  • mps
    08-19 09:49 PM
    15 mins ago I got CPO mail from USCIS for both of us.

    EAD file date 05/21
    Opened SR 0n 08/18
    (Really nice IO by name Maria, who helped me create SR. She advised me to have my spouse call too for her case.)
    SOFT LUD 8/19 noon
    Received CPO mail 8/19 night.

    Can't ask for more :-)

    This is the beast experience I had with USCIS customer service !

    Good luck to everyone waiting for EAD !!

    04-11 09:31 AM
    There are some restrictions. After 10 years, if you opt for the one time payment of your SS benefits, then you can never enter US again.

    This is ridiculous, and is not true. Don't float around fact's that are made up!

    05-19 11:14 AM
    From office of 'Hilda Solis', staff said that congressman is already
    supporting those bills.

    LOC does not show co sponsorship of any of these bills by Hilda Solis. We will keep monitoring the updates.

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