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  • go_guy123
    09-08 03:39 PM
    points mentioned in posts 2,3 4 and 5 are 100% correct.
    points mentioned in post 6 can be considered but companies wont agree for that, They wont accept the suggestions/points given by employee.
    Exactly same thing happened in my case. Our company prepared position description,posted ads and just before filing PERM,they said we got enough resumes and we found candidates. We cannot file green card. If economy improves after 6 months we will review the scenario and start the process all over again and I was schocked to hear that answer. They received 25 resumes for my position.

    Friends,
    Green card dream is over. Now it's the time to get back to India or other countries.

    uma001...you are very correct. The GC thing is over for India born applicants. The EAD people due to July 2007 fiasco will be in AP status for many many years
    to come.
    Had the July 2007 not happened, a whole lot of EB - India cases would have
    been finished by now due to job losses. So in way the July 2007 is a massive lifeboat for many EB2/3- India applicants.
    Economic cycles are around 7/8 years or so. There will be a recession again after around 8 years. EB2/3_India backlogs are longer than economic cycles.





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  • dilbert_cal
    04-30 12:13 PM
    One of my colleague filed his 140 in third week of March. Will update when it gets cleared.





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  • satishku_2000
    05-26 07:44 PM
    As for as my knowlege pending I140s wont be effected. Senior members can currect me if i am wrong.

    Thx.


    All of the people who filed I-140 are screwed too because of the reduction in VISA numbers. This bill does not spare any one who is legally in this country.





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  • TheCanadian
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  • GCtrouble
    09-25 09:53 PM
    Hello,

    I am in serious trouble. Sometime ago I tried to switch my I-140 from EB3 to EB2. Now I get NOID to deny 140. Something related to prevailing wage (lawyer has actual letter). In my LC the offered wage was OK for EB3 but low for EB2. Lawyer says he'll try to reinstate EB3, but not sure. Has any one of you been able to reinstate EB3 140? Please help...





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  • raydhan
    01-31 11:17 AM
    Dear "colleagues in faith" :-), there is only one way to change the things with this immigration trap - we have to win the public opinion!

    Currently 350,000 highly qualified professionals working for this country are in a legal limbo which continues for years. Our current legal status is that of slaves. Yes, slaves! Nowadays it takes anywhere between 5 - 10 years from applying to receiving of a GC. We cannot change our employers within this period, the members of our families cannot work (at least legally) and our spouses lose their professional carrier; if our kids get in college they are treated as "aliens" (full tuition, no student loans, no scholarship); the loans we get are with higher interest rate (for "protection"); at the borders we are treated as "intruders" etc.

    The average Americans are honest hardworking people. If they are aware of the immigration problems faced by 350,000 hardworking professionals in this country, they will raise their voice and will help for resolving of this issue. They just need to know that. I believe that in addition to talking to senators etc., we have to find ways our issues to reach the media - newspapers, magazines and so on. An article in Times may lead to a lot of positive changes in the immigration system.

    bkam,
    Please note that Immigration is not a right. It is a privilege that we are given by this great land of immigrants. Nobody put a gun to our heads and forced us to come here. If you feel bonded by your current employer, you can leave and go back to your home country where you will not be a "legal slave".

    If we have the skills and the right knowledge....WE ARE NOT SLAVES AND WE WILL NEVER BE.

    Regarding your statement that the members of our family cannot work legally and our spouses lose their professional career........that is B.S.
    Ever thought of asking your spouse to get higher education and get H1-B like some of our spouses do? In that way they will not "lose their professional careers" as you claim. Au contraire...they will only enhance their professional lives.

    Think for about 5 minutes before you state certain things and type them here.

    Good luck.



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  • northstar
    07-18 01:11 AM
    I dont think this should be our priority, his reporting is mostly based on illegal immigration, he does talk about H1B visa sometimes and has reported some incorrect facts, but again his focus is more towards cleaning up the H1B visa system so that things are transparent rather than stopping it altogether.





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  • sumansk
    07-12 02:01 PM
    Guys!
    Is there someone in NY to call on Mrs. Clinton and apprise her of this mess of USCIS.If not directly may be get in touch with powerful indian community leaders who can talk to her about this matter.At least she can write a letter similar to Lofgren...

    Keep up the spirits MAN !!





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  • MatsP
    May 3rd, 2005, 05:54 AM
    I guess I can safely say that I have some experience in this subject. I've not got much to show for it in my gallery, but I've taken a few thousand more or less successful pictures of motorcycles.

    As everyone said, some tracking and slower shutter will make it "move" better. Not too much tho'. At 400 mm, I usually set the time to 1/400 or 1/320. At shorter lengths, down to 1/100.

    Motocross is slightly slower than road-racing, so you may want to lengthen that time a little bit.

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  • bskrishna
    01-02 11:47 AM
    I am in the same boat..all the transfer cases are taking a longer time to get FP notices.





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  • vxg
    07-16 05:57 PM
    change the heading of the thread pls.
    Please see links below:

    https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/Processtimes.jsp?SeviceCenter=TSC

    https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/Processtimes.jsp?SeviceCenter=NSC


    :cool:

    When will the next month dates come out ???



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  • prince_waiting
    08-10 11:13 AM
    Emailed my attorney immediately and he said that as long as the checks do not bounce the application is going to be OK.

    It does not matter to the USCIS if the checks do not have the same address as on the I485.



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  • johnamit
    07-27 04:00 PM
    I had same question, but when I checked all I-94s of mine, they all had same numbers, one at POE consistent with all other 797 issues after that.

    Hope that helps.

    Hi,

    My I-94 which was issued 2 years ago in the port of entry got expired(this I-94 was based on my previous employer "ABC". I have applied for H1 extention and got my 797 extended with new I-94 recently with my new employer "XYZ".

    My question is which I-94 details should I use while filing my 485. Obviously my labor was filed by "XYZ" company.

    Regards
    Kasi





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  • The7zen
    01-27 09:36 AM
    If this bill was introduced, we need to meet with lawmaker offices and put pressure on them. Our responsibility is to do our part and leave the outcome to prayers, But not even trying should not be an option. What are we going to loose?

    Pardon my ignorance, what is in this bill to support EB community ?



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  • pellucid
    04-05 03:31 PM
    America embraces foreign-born ballplayers, but not engineers, much to the
    dismay of big business, says Fortune's Marc Gunther.

    By Marc Gunther, Fortune senior writer

    NEW YORK (Fortune) -- Imagine if the baseball season had begun this week
    without such foreign-born stars as Albert Pujols, David Ortiz, Justin
    Morneau and the latest Japanese import, pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka and his
    mysterious "gyroball."

    It wouldn't be as much fun, would it? Fans want to see the most skilled
    players compete - immigrants and Americans.

    So why is it that people don't want skilled immigrants to compete for jobs
    in the multibillion-dollar technology industry?

    They view these immigrants as a threat. CNN anchor Lou Dobbs argues
    permitting more educated, foreign-born engineers, scientists and teachers
    into the country would force many qualified American workers out of the job
    market.

    That may be true in baseball, where the number of jobs on big league rosters
    is fixed. That's not necessarily so in technology, where people with skills
    and ambition help expand job opportunities. Immigrants helped start Sun
    Microsystems, Intel (Charts), Yahoo! (Charts), eBay (Charts) and Google (
    Charts). Would America be better off if they'd stayed home?

    "This is not about filling jobs that would go to Americans," says Robert
    Hoffman, an Oracle (Charts) vice president and co-chair of a business
    coalition called Compete America, which favors allowing more skilled workers
    into the United States. "This is important to create jobs. It's not a zero
    sum game."

    This week, as it happens, is not just opening week of the baseball season.
    It's the week when employers rush to apply for the limited number of visas,
    called H-1B visas, that became available on April 1 to allow them to
    temporarily hire educated, foreign-born workers. This year, Congress has
    allowed 65,000 of these H-1B visas, plus another 20,000 for foreign-born
    students who earn advanced degrees from U.S. universities. After obtaining
    guest-worker visas, employees can then seek green cards that allow them to
    stay in the United States

    FedEx and UPS did a brisk business last weekend because the visas are
    awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The first 65,000 are already
    gone. The 20,000 earmarked for graduates of U.S. universities will be
    distributed in a month or two, experts say.

    This makes it very hard for companies to hire foreign-born graduates of the
    U.S.'s top schools. More than half the graduate students in science and
    engineering at U.S. universities were born overseas.

    "It's sending a signal to the best international students that they may not
    want to make their career in the United States," says Stuart Anderson,
    executive director of the National Foundation for American Policy, a
    research group. (Anderson, an immigration specialist, also wrote a study of
    baseball and immigration that's available here as a PDF file.)

    Expanding H1-B visas is a top priority for U.S. tech firms. Bill Gates,
    Microsoft's (Charts) chairman, told Congress last month: "I cannot overstate
    the importance of overhauling our high-skilled immigration system....
    Unfortunately, our immigration policies are driving away the world's best
    and brightest precisely when we need them most."

    CNN's Lou Dobbs was unimpressed. "The Gates plan would force many qualified
    American workers right out of the job market," he fretted on the air after
    Gates testified. "There's something wrong when a man as smart as Bill Gates
    advances an elitist agenda, without regard to the impact that he's having on
    working men and women in this country."

    It's not just Dobbs. Internet bulletin boards and blogs are filled with
    complaints about foreign-born engineers. The U.S. branch of the Institute of
    Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the leading society of engineers,
    brought about 60 engineers to Washington last month to ask for reforms to
    the H-1B program. IEEE-USA supports a bill proposed by Senators Dick Durbin,
    an Illinois Democrat, and Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, that is
    designed to crack down on companies that use the guest worker program to
    displace Americans from jobs.

    As it happens, most of the largest users of the H1-B program are not
    American companies but foreign firms that want to move jobs out of the
    United States. Seven of the 10 firms that requested the most H1-B visas in
    2006 were outsourcing firms based in India, which use the visas to train
    workers in the United States before they are rotated home, according to Ron
    Hira, an engineer who teaches public policy at the Rochester Institute of
    Technology. Indian outsourcing firms Wipro and Infosys were the two top
    requestors of H1-B visas.

    In a paper for the Economic Policy Institute, Hira says that expanding H-1B
    visas without improving controls will "lead to more offshore outsourcing of
    jobs, displacement of American technology workers (and) decreased wages and
    job opportunities" for Americans. He told me: "Bill Gates talks about how
    you are shutting out $100,000-a-year software engineers. But if you look at
    the median wage for new H1-B workers, it's closer to $50,000."

    Asked about that, Jack Krumholtz, who runs Microsoft's Washington office,
    said the average salary for Microsoft's H1-B workers is more than $109,000,
    and that the company spends another $10,000 to $15,000 per worker applying
    for the visas and helping workers apply for green cards. "We only hire
    people who we want to have on our team for the long run," he said.

    It seems clear that Microsoft - along with Oracle, Intel, Hewlett Packard
    and other members of the Compete America coalition - do not use the guest
    worker program to hire cheap labor. They just want to hire the best
    engineers, many of whom are foreign born.

    So what to do? Everyone seems to agree that the H1-B program needs fixing. (
    Even Hira, the critic, says the United States should absorb more high-
    skilled immigrants.) Whether Congress can fix it is questionable. The guest-
    worker program is tied up in the debate over broader immigration reforms.

    But guess what? Just last year, Congress passed the Compete Act of 2006,
    which stands (sort of) for "Creating Opportunities for Minor League
    Professions, Entertainers and Teams through Legal Entry." Yes, that law made
    it easier for baseball teams to get visas for foreign-born minor league
    players.

    If the government can fix the problem for baseball, surely it can do so for
    technology, too.





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  • ThinkTwice
    07-11 05:14 PM
    Please join in guys......

    People who want to volunteer:

    Please PM Franklin or/and me your e-mail address and phone number so that we can share the phone list. There are 380 numbers to call. So if e'one takes 50
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    srsrsr
    07-20 10:23 AM
    Im also in same situation. My PD is Nov 2004(EB3) and I-140 approved.
    I'm unmarried(might take 6 months to one year to get married) What if my 485
    gets approved before marriage? what are the risks in applying now and later?
    Please help.





    VenuK
    06-15 04:45 PM
    Hi Meridiani,

    Thank you for your response.
    I did talk to Immigration Officer and my lawyer about it.
    Immigration Officer said I-94 will be mailed to my employer and/or lawyer. even before that i talk to my lawyer about it. he said, I-94 will be the SAME number that i had company X.
    I have to check with my lawyer for the your question what did you specify as your old employer? company X or the company whose H1 was denied and is now under appeal?
    added to it .
    my passport expiration date is March 2009. so i have to 6+ months validity for visa stamping so i have to go some time in July or August 2008.

    how should i approach the situation, I'm confused...
    who would be the right people i need to talk to. what would be my best bet....

    Please advise.



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