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  • immilaw
    12-08 08:48 AM
    Called Senator Tom Price - 770-565-4990. Was asked the Bill #.
    What's the Bill # and which house is it being introduced in?

    Lets not start a seperate thread. We already have one for these messages. Please post your messages there.

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  • optimystic
    03-19 03:13 PM
    Its unfortunate that you have a very recent RD. I talked to an IO at NSC yesterday and i was told that they will process the case based on the order they recieved. So they go by RD. If this is true then i guess you will have to wait some more time. Because thousands of people applied I-485 between June first to July 30.

    Sure, but Nebraska, where my case is at, has a processing date of July 30 07, same as my receipt date. So I assume they must be processing cases that are filed on the same day as mine at this point. So at the most the number of cases before mine is the total number of cases filed on the same day as mine at the Nebrasks service center , right? I mean it could still be a huge number of cases, but they have been on July 30 date for almost a month now. I hope they are getting close to my case.

    On a side note, do these Processing dates also retrogress? When are they updated? Along with Visa bulletin updates?

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  • GC_dd
    10-15 02:19 PM
    I was on L1 got h1b and started working for h1b employer in Oct 2007. meanwhile my wife and kid traveled to India and in Chennai consulate got 221g for latest salary slips in April 2008. in 2 weeks they got h4 stamped. after one year I traveled to India in July 2009 and got h1b stamped.

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  • Lasantha
    02-06 06:48 PM
    H1B Stamping in Halifax Canada (only for revalidation)

    She told me ( as with other applicants) that my information is not in the new system called PIMPS, so its possible that I could not get my passport the next day at 3 pm.

    PIMPS? :D
    I think it's PIMS. :cool:


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  • gbof
    09-30 09:37 PM
    Before you get all mushy about AILA and start bashing USCIS take deep look and see if AILA is really acting as a friend or a adversary in friends disguise?

    Donot get me wrong. I have no special love for aila or uscis. please, note, aila is talking about 100 million short fall and uscis plan to raise fees.........

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  • optimizer
    01-15 11:15 AM
    My case is also under extended review and in the same situation as other VSG/affiliate current/former employees in this thread.

    Based on the current situation and discussing with other members it doesn't really look like USCIS will revoke or deny I140/I485s enmasse, but you never know.
    We have followed the law and were always employed with paystubs and everything and have nothing to fear.

    I have formed a yahoo group for current/former VSG employees whose GC is stuck.
    Group members can share experiences and exchange ideas as we go through the pain of GC Processing.
    Staying as a group we can plan to hire a powerful attorney if god forbid our situation gets worse.

    I have already sent group invite to some of you to join this group. If you are interested in joining, send me a private message or email me at thebestoptimizer @

    I believe Suvendra had posted the same question in the OTHER popular immigration forum and had some replies there.



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  • mihird
    07-12 10:17 AM
    This is beginning to look more and more like a organized and deliberate attempt to block people from filing for AOS.....

    Dude, the whole system is setup and organized wrongly deliberately..
    In the guise of fairness and promoting racial diversity, the system is deliberately setup so that countries that supply most labor backlog all the time....

    Phillippines for healthcare workers
    Chindia for technology workers
    Mexico for low skilled workers

    This gives businesses that employ the imported labor the opportunity to exploit the employees at will.

    There are always unused visa numbers and oversubscribed countries in the system all the time...this gives politicians the leeway to throttle immigration as they want...through the DOS bulletins...the July fiasco was just an extreme example of this practice....

    Even if a point based system is brought in, the per country fixed quotas will not go away....and thus the retrogression will continue....yes, you qualify through the point based system, but since a lot more from your country qualify go the end of the line...

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  • kish006
    12-23 04:40 PM
    To my surprise, we just received both EAD & AP with corrected information. The mail room person did put in a folder and sent it overnight DHL. Sweet!

    I too got my EAD and AP with incorrect pictures. I thought I got my AP and book the ticket on Jan 16.

    I dont what to do now. Please help what to do.
    I f I apply now i will get my AP in time before I leave to India.
    What need to do now.

    Thanks in advance


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  • Bpositive
    01-02 10:41 AM
    Appreciate the concern was whether a potential H1B denial would cause problems at port of entry when using Advance Parole...

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  • perm2gc
    07-16 07:14 PM
    They have been talking about this lawsuit for a long time now. I wonder when they will actually file it. Though they claim that they will file it this week, I would trust them only when they actually do file the lawsuit.:D
    they will file once every attorney made enough money by filing our i485 based on their never going to be filed lawsuit:D


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  • satishku_2000
    02-21 11:02 AM

    I thought I am the only poor soul looking for whole month to see the processing dates, Finally they have published today.

    I have seen that I-140 EB3 moved siginificantly But still away from the my receipt date.

    Hopefully you have a good news :)

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  • Jerrome
    11-08 12:51 PM
    It includes all the AOS i.e Family Based, EB etc... Right


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  • aph0025
    11-12 01:13 PM
    sure. i will PM you.
    I got it, thanks a ton.
    Also, can you please let me know whose pay stub you submitted to get your case closed? Was it the one from your previous employer, or the one you got your visa transferred to?

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  • jasonalbany
    07-04 12:28 PM
    Access to Job Market in U.S. a Matter of Degrees
    Foreign workers with high-tech skills are in demand, but visa quotas snarl the hiring process.
    By Anna Gorman, Times Staff Writer
    July 3, 2006

    This spring, a U.S. high-tech company recruited British citizen Gareth Lloyd for a possible engineering job.

    But before the Irvine office made its hiring decision, the number of available visas for skilled workers ran out, in a record time of less than two months.

    Lloyd, who has degrees in applied physics and electrical and electronics engineering, found another job in Germany.

    "I was a little bit incredulous," Lloyd, 34, said in a phone interview. "It seems arbitrary to put some kind of quota on this."

    Much of the national debate on immigration has centered on undocumented workers who fill agriculture, construction and service jobs. But highly skilled foreign scientists, engineers and computer programmers recruited by U.S. companies to work here legally also have a lot at stake in the outcome. "The major focus for all the laws and all the bills has mainly been for illegal immigrants," said Swati Srivastava, an Indian software engineer who lives in Playa del Rey and is waiting for her green card. "We kind of get pushed to the sidelines."

    The Senate's sweeping immigration bill that passed in May calls for increasing the number of H-1B visas, which are available for professional foreign workers, from 65,000 to 115,000 annually. Foreigners with certain advanced degrees would be exempt from the cap.

    Despite President Bush's urging to increase such quotas, however, the House bill that passed late last year does not include any provisions for skilled-worker visas. And a conference committee, which would negotiate a compromise, has yet to be selected. U.S. companies complain that they are losing prospective employees to other countries because of a shortage of highly skilled and educated foreign workers. As a result, companies are either outsourcing science and engineering jobs or making do with fewer employees.

    "There aren't enough U.S. citizens pursuing those types of degrees," said Jennifer Greeson, spokeswoman for Intel Corp. in Santa Clara, Calif., where about 5% of the company's U.S.-based employees are on H-1B visas. "U.S. companies being able to have access to talent, no matter where it originates, is key to our continued competitiveness."

    But critics of the H-1B program argue that there are enough Americans qualified for the jobs. Companies just prefer to hire younger, less expensive workers from other countries, such as India and China, instead of more experienced American workers at higher salaries.

    "The bottom line is cheap labor," said UC Davis computer-science professor Norman Matloff, who has studied the H-1B program.

    The six-year visas are available to foreigners with at least a bachelor's degree. Firms must pay foreign workers the prevailing wage.

    The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency begins accepting H-1B visa applications on April 1 each year. The agency received enough visas to hit the congressionally mandated cap of 65,000 at the end of May this year, compared with August in 2005 and October in 2004. Those who receive the visas can begin work Oct. 1, the start of the fiscal year.

    There are also 20,000 additional visas available for foreign workers who earned a master's or higher-level degree in the U.S. The Citizenship and Immigration Services is still accepting applications for those visas.

    Because the H-1B cap is reached more quickly each year, many companies prepare their paperwork ahead of time so they can be at the front of the line. But they say it's often difficult to make hiring decisions six months before the start date.

    Orange County immigration attorney Mitchell Wexler has a courier ready on the first day to take his clients' completed applications to Citizenship and Immigration Services.

    "The whole white-collar business community is kind of crossing our fingers" that the number of visas is raised, Wexler said. Highly skilled foreign workers, he said, are "the best and brightest" and should be invited into the economy.

    "If we can't get them," Wexler added, "they will go to a country that will accept them, and they will get jobs in Canada, Australia and England and will compete against us."

    One of Wexler's clients, Massachusetts-based Skyworks Solutions, develops and manufactures integrated circuits for cellphones. Connie Williams, senior human resources specialist at the company's Irvine office, said her firm was effectively cut off from a foreign labor pool that included Lloyd of Britain when the government stopped accepting H-1B applications.

    Williams said she worries that if Congress fails to pass reform legislation, the door will slam shut even earlier next year. The company has just over 2,000 U.S.-based employees, roughly 100 of whom have H-1B visas.

    "We need these highly skilled, highly educated, highly qualified engineers," said Williams. "These people are a needle in a haystack."

    Once foreigners have H-1B visas, they face another hurdle � becoming permanent legal residents. Applicants are often forced to wait years because there are only 140,000 employment-based green cards available annually. A backlog at Citizenship and Immigration Services adds to the delays.

    Swati and Aradhana Srivastava, 34, both Indian software engineers working in the U.S. on H-1B visas, began the green card process with their employer in November 2001. Since then, the sisters said they have not been able to change jobs, positions or salaries.
    They have taken film classes and are eager to pursue second careers in filmmaking but cannot do so until after they get their green cards. They also are reluctant to buy property or start a business. If they don't get their green cards by the time they finish film school, the sisters may return home.

    "It's like living in a holding pattern continuously," said Swati Srivastava, 28, a member of Immigration Voice, a new grass-roots organization of skilled foreign workers pushing for immigration reform. The Internet-based group formed late last year and has about 5,000 members scattered around the country.

    "We work in [the] U.S. legally in high-skilled jobs, but we still get penalized for playing by the rules," Immigration Voice co-founder Aman Kapoor said in an e-mail. "Since no one was working on our issues, we decided to organize."

    Sandy Boyd, vice president of the National Assn. of Manufacturers, said there is an urgency to fixing the problems facing highly skilled foreign workers, whether they're seeking temporary or permanent legal status. The Senate's proposed immigration bill would increase the number of available employment-based green cards.

    If compromise legislation cannot be reached on the broader issues, Boyd said, Congress should pass a separate, more narrow reform bill.

    "This is not an issue that can be put off until comprehensive immigration reform is passed," Boyd said, "because once we lose these jobs, it's very difficult for them to come back."

    But industry lobbyists arguing against increases in H-1B visas say the program hurts U.S. citizens by lowering wages and increasing job competition. They cite a recent report by the Government Accountability Office that says the program lacks sufficient oversight from the Department of Labor.

    "We feel for the most part there are not shortages of U.S. engineers and computer scientists that have the skills these companies are looking for," said Chris McManes, spokesman for the U.S. sector of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. "If the cap is increased, that will further hamper the ability of a U.S. engineer to find a job."

    David Huber, a network engineer in Chicago and U.S. citizen by birth, said he twice lost out on jobs to foreign workers. He was passed over for one job and replaced at another, he said. Huber, who testified before the House in March, said he could not find work for nearly three years, despite his education and experience. "Too many of us cannot find jobs because companies are turning to H-1B workers as a first choice," Huber said in written testimony to the House.

    Swadha Sharma, who lives in Arcadia, said she is not trying to replace U.S. workers. Sharma earned an electronics engineering degree in India but has long dreamed of becoming a math teacher. So while her husband worked here on an H-1B visa, she earned her teaching credential at Cal Poly Pomona.

    Sharma, 30, started applying for teaching jobs early this year, but she said only one of three interested districts was willing to sponsor her for an H-1B visa. And that offer, from a Los Angeles charter school, came after the visa cap had been reached. Sharma now plans to pursue a master's degree but said the U.S. is "missing out on a catch."

    "I am really qualified," she said. "Hopefully, I will be able to teach soon."

    As for Lloyd, his plans to come to the United States are now on indefinite hold. He started his job in Germany but still laments the U.S. immigration system for limiting workers like himself from coming here.

    "The H-1B scheme seems a little bit ridiculous," he said. "I would certainly be an asset to the American economy."


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  • diwa209
    07-21 03:02 PM
    thanks for the post.. on your point below -
    3. Spouse in USA as your dependent ( i.e. H4 etc.)
    he/she will be 'out of status' as soon as your GC is approved. Inspected by an immigration agent at entry point. Not on parole. You can file 485 under [Section 245(K)] within 180 days. No special processing. NO fines.

    doesnt my PD have to be current for me to apply for her 485? What if the PD is not current at the time after my approval?! I will not be able to apply for her 485?

    My guess(Only a guess!, as you can tell from my no. of posts) is that if the primary applicants priority date is not current, the spouse will not be allowed to apply for I-485 and hence will become "out of status" as soon as the I-485 is approved. Good, if the dates become current(and you do apply for spouses I-485) within 180 days as we are protected under 245(K). Otherwise only option is for spouse to leave. I am not sure what happens after that.

    My assumption is based on the fact that if INS does not allow for spouses I-485 to be filed as soon as she enters the country on H4 anyway, why would they allow her to apply after approval.
    If this is correct then its a 'gotcha'.

    1) Should the spouse go to the home country and file a 'Follow to join' ?(on basis of marriage before approval)
    2) Can a spouse file a 'Follow to join' before leaving the home country to join primary applicant in H4, anyway (even though I-485 is not approved at that time). Just to be one step ahead, and anticipating this situation?

    3) Are there any other options?

    Can a senior member please clarify?

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    03-02 04:07 AM
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  • Jerrome
    02-20 05:23 PM
    I could not find mine (though i don't know the case number) with the priority date and employer name i could not find mine, by anyway can we find out the category (EB1,EB2 or EB3) from this databases.

    I saw some poll happened in IV to get this information.

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  • mani_r1
    12-12 04:50 PM
    I have my H1B till 2010. Say on my way back from India I used AP. The AP is valid till Nov 2008. What will be my new I94 expiry date? Am I reading it correctly that if I present my H1B to the POE he stamps the I94 with 2010 Expiry date. If I don't show him my H1B then he stamps the I94 with Nov 2008 expiry date.

    1. If the officer stamps my I94 with Nov 2008 expiry date, how can we get it extended after entering US.
    2. Is it by filing another H1B extension?
    3.If I don't want to file H1B extention what is the other option to get the I94 extended beyond Nov 2008.


    04-21 01:17 PM
    ... it is essential that one be in H1-B status.

    This is patently wrong. There are many people who are on EAD at the time of I-485 adjudication.

    The only legal requirement is that the person has a valid offer from the I-140 sponsoring company (or some other one, if AC21 is used) for a same or similar job (similar to what was mentioned in the LC). In practice, the petitioner should have the job at the time of adjudication.

    09-13 02:00 PM
    Common guys we need to make some thing better for EB3 folks.

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