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  • ragz4u
    05-03 11:49 AM
    We have already sent the reporter an email on behalf of IV.

    And, also please note that IV does not have anything against Illegal aliens. We are sympathetic to their cause but have no opinion regarding amnesty for illegal aliens

    If someone wants to go to this protest/write to the reporter, do so in individual capacity please (do not claim to represent IV).





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  • gcisadawg
    04-07 03:41 PM
    jnraajan,

    Thanks for your reply! We surely dont want to jeopardize the ability of her to visit us again! We may have to stick to the original expiry date then!

    Would taking an Infopass appointment help?

    Other Folks,

    Pls. let me know if there are other feedback.

    rgds,
    gcisadawg





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  • digitalrain
    06-24 08:13 PM
    Hi, I'm in a desperate situation.I am an asylee and have filed for my LPR.My asylee relative petition has been approved for my wife.
    My problem is: a have a newborn baby who resides with my wife outside US and the US Embassy did not issue him any kind of visa,since my wife went for the interview after the petition was approved.She is all set and done,but my baby got born after I've been granted asylum and couldn't file the asylee relative petition for him.The law says that babies born after the asylum decision are not eligible for derivative asylum.I read that Humanitarian Parole would be a solution for these cases,but the officer at the embassy claimed that I should file a relative petition for him ,or file for humanitarian parole here in the US.
    My question is can my wife file for Humanitarian Parole at the US embassy,or is there any other way
    I read that US Embassies abroad are authorized to issue humanitarian paroles.I think this is the mos inhuman decision I ever heard of and it's about my baby.
    I would really appreciate any help

    (This is what I found on the internet)
    QUESTIONS SUBMITTED FOR NSC CONFERENCE CALL
    REFUGEE/ASYLEE ISSUES
    FEB. 28 2008

    5) I-730 CASE or HUMANITARIAN PAROLE? What can be done for the
    beneficiary spouse of an I-730 Asylee Relative petition if she gets
    pregnant and has a child (from the petitioner, of course) after the
    petitioner was granted asylum �therefore this new child is not considered
    a derivative- but before she completes the Visa 92 process at the US
    Embassy. Does the US Embassy have the authority to parole the
    newborn child for him to join the rest of the family in the US?

    Answer: If the child was in utero at the time of the asylum grant the
    regulations provide benefit to that child as a derivative under 208.21(b). If
    the child was not in utero and the relationship with the child was after the
    asylum grant, then a I-730 petition can not be filed on behalf of this child.
    The U.S. Embassy does have the authority to grant a humanitarian parole
    and that would need to be addressed with the U.S. Embassy.





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  • GeetaRam
    06-14 03:47 PM
    very useful link... even I didn't get why they mentioned foreign consular processing... what exactly that mean ? I also have question
    I am working with my employer from 2005 to till date. My green card was filed in EB3 cateogory with in 2007 and priority date is March 2005. Before I started working for my currently I have worked for more than 5+ years in India with real experience from companies like IBM, Knabay. My employer is ready to file my GC in EB2 category considering those experience as my current experience with him doesn't get considered if for EB2 Bachlors + 5 + years. I have BE in Computer Science + total 10 years of experience. As I hear mixed review for the same that porting between EB3 to EB2 with same employer... I am considering option to change employer but my question is. I have my I-140 approved thru current employer but my I-485 application hasn't been filed. What if my current employer revoke my I-140 can I still use the same priority date.... Please advice/help.



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  • Vsach
    07-12 10:12 PM
    Dear All,

    If IV as a organization decides to file a law suite I shall contribute, decide the amount!

    Regards
    VSach:)





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  • InTheMoment
    07-23 10:16 AM
    What I have heard from others having the same issue is that they would put your given name as the last name (as it is the index in their db) and put the "FNU" (First Name Unknown) under the first name. I know, this is ridiculous as you have a first name ! Hope they have something like a "LNU" as well

    You meant to say NA for "not applicable" right? Others may not interpret Name followed by NA in the same way. This part of the world NA also stands for "North America" :)

    This might cause issues in long run especially when you apply for GC or even extention of visa as the Name in the passport will not match the visa or even your records from school and university.



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  • desi3933
    06-21 10:30 AM
    In case the I-485 is filed concurrently with I-140 or on the basis of a I-140 "pending approval", if the "I-140" is rejected (say because it was incorrectly classified as EB-2 when it should have been EB-3), then is the I-485 also automatically rejected? (My guess: YES)

    If this happens to you, does this mean you may not be able to resubmit I-485 if your "priority date" is not current at the time you came to know it got rejected? (My guess: YES... and this is a scary scenario.)

    Finally, if the I-140 (EB2) is mentions the requirement to be "BS + 5 years of post BS experience", but the the reviewing officer thinks that the 140 application is not supported by "proper" evidence of 5 years of progressive post BS experience.... then would it generate an RFE or would it straightaway cause a rejection of the I-140?

    Experts, please comment. I may have to face this scenario.

    Thanks!

    Abhijit
    Contribution so far: $100

    Unless you have another I-140 (or I-130) that can be used to support I-485, there is good chance that I-485 will be denied.

    Not a legal advice.





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  • dealsnet
    07-23 12:50 PM
    If you are out of USA for a longer period, your I-485 will be in trouble. If you didn't come before AP expiration, your AOS will be abandoned. You cannot renew AP away from USA.


    You can not get a new AP while you are out of US. You have to be in the US at the time or applying and while it gets processed. Recently I have seen two cases where the AP was issues within 30 days of applying.



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  • tjayant
    04-04 02:21 PM
    I know couple of H1b's working in Boeing unless it is a military project





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  • shirish
    03-14 03:20 PM
    My parents came on Jan 10th on Luft from Bangalore and they did not need a transit visa. I hear that the only time you may need a transit visa is when you are traveling to India on an expired US Visa. Even over this there is confusion.
    You are right. I checked it with Germen consulate in DC few days back.



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  • mrajatish
    11-17 12:00 PM
    Yes, I think this is absolutely true - infact, I have given myself till 2007 end for that specific reason. If nothing changes by 2007 June/July, I will start looking at Australia, Canada, UK and India (most likely I will go back to India).

    I might come back when this country changes, and believe me, it will change, esp. when people from baby-boomer generation retires.





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  • jonty_11
    07-24 12:04 AM
    BEtter go with lawyer...$400 is not much and will save u headache later on dur to name mismatches.



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  • Ryall
    09-05 02:23 AM
    hye I dunno what all of your opinions are, but I think that pixel stretching and similar effects that are so popular now - can more easily take away from a picture then add to it.... just MHO - seems like people use it 'cuz it is "in"

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    01-15 01:40 AM
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  • AB1275
    12-12 01:04 PM
    What was the REF about?

    As a backup you can file new EB3 PERM

    I didn't read the RFE but the lawyer said they have requested for Audited Financial Statements which my company does not have.





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  • learning01
    04-12 12:33 PM
    As I had already posted in the news article thread (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showpost.php?p=8552&postcount=225), this is an exhaustive article with a bold and thought provoking headlines. The article can be accessed here - http://www.newsobserver.com/104/story/427793.html

    Many skilled foreigners leaving U.S.
    Exodus rooted in backlog for permanent status

    Karin Rives, Staff Writer

    When the Senate immigration bill fell apart last week, it did more than stymie efforts to deal with illegal immigration.

    It derailed efforts to deal with an equally vexing business concern: a backlog in applications for so-called green cards, the coveted cards that are actually pink or white and that offer proof of lawful permanent residency.

    Many people now wait six years or longer for the card. There are 526,000 applications pending, according to Immigration Voice, an advocacy group that tracks government data.

    Lately, this has prompted an exodus of foreign workers who tired of waiting, to return home or go further afield. With the economies in Asia and elsewhere on the rise, they can easily find work in the native countries or in third nations that are more generous with their visas.

    "You have China, Russia, India -- a lot of countries where you can go and make a lot of money. That's the biggest thing that has changed," said Murali Bashyam, a Raleigh immigration lawyer who helps companies sponsor immigrants. "Before, people were willing to wait it out. Now they can do just as well going back home, and they do."

    Mike Plueddeman said he lost three employees (one a senior programmer with a doctorate) at Durham-based DynPro in the past two years because they tired of waiting for their green cards.

    All three found good jobs in their home countries within a few weeks of leaving Durham, said Plueddeman, the software consultancy's human resource director.

    "We are talking about very well-educated and highly skilled people who have been in the labor force a long time," he said. "You hate losing them."

    This budding brain drain comes as the first American baby boomers retire and projections show a huge need for such professionals in the years ahead. U.S. universities graduate about 70,000 information technology students annually. Many people say that number won't meet the need for a projected 600,000 additional openings for information systems professionals between 2002 and 2012, and the openings made by retirements.

    "We just don't have the pipeline right now," said Joe Freddoso, director of Cisco Systems' Research Triangle Park operations. "We are concerned there's going to be a shortage, and we're already seeing that in some areas."

    Cisco has advertised an opening for a data-security specialist in Atlanta for several months, unable to find the right candidate. Freddoso believes the problem will spread unless the government allows more foreign workers to enter the country, and expedites their residency process.

    However, not everybody believes in the labor shortage that corporations fret about.

    Critics say that proposals to allow more skilled workers into the country would only depress wages and displace American-born workers who have yet to fully recover from the dot-com bust.

    "We should only issue work-related visas if we really need them," said Caroline Espinosa, a spokeswoman with NumbersUSA, a Washington, D.C., group pushing for immigration reduction. "There are 2.5 million native born American workers in the math and computer field who are currently out of work. It begs the question whether we truly need foreign workers."

    She added that the immigration backlog would be aggravated by raising the cap for temporary and permanent visas, which would make it harder for those who deserve to immigrate to do so.

    Waiting since 2003

    Sarath Chandrand, 44, a software consultant from India, moved with his wife and two young daughters from Raleigh to Toronto in December because he couldn't live with more uncertainty. He applied for his green card in early 2003 and expects it will take at least two more years to get it.

    His former employer continues to sponsor his application for permanent residency, hoping that he will eventually return. But Chandrand doesn't know what the future will hold.

    "I miss Raleigh, the weather, the people," he said in a phone interview. "But it's a very difficult decision to make, once you've settled in a country, to move out. You go through a lot of mental strain. Making another move will be difficult."

    Canada won him over because its residency process takes only a year and a half and doesn't require sponsorship from an employer.

    The competition from Canada also worries Plueddeman, who said several of his employees are also applying for residency in both countries. "They'll go with whoever comes first," he said.

    And it's not just India and Canada that beckon. New Zealand and Australia are among nations that actively market themselves to professionals in the United States, with perks such as an easy process to get work visas.

    New Zealand, with a population of 4 million, has received more than 1,900 applications from skilled migrants and their families in the past two years, said Don Badman, the Los Angeles marketing director for that country's immigration agency. Of those, about 17 percent were non-Americans working in the United States.

    Badman's team has hired a public relations agency to get the word out. They have also run ads in West Coast newspapers and attended trade shows, mainly to attract professionals in health care and information technology.

    Dana Hutchison, an operating room nurse from Cedar Mountain south of Asheville, could have joined a hospital in the United States that offers fat sign-on bonuses. Instead, she's in the small town of Tauranga, east of Auckland, working alongside New Zealand nurses and doctors.

    "It would be hard for me to work in the U.S. again," she said. Where she is now, "the working conditions are so fabulous. Everybody is friendly and much less stressed. It's like the U.S. was in the 1960s."

    Limit of 140,000

    Getting a green card was never a quick process. The official limit for employment-based green cards is 140,000 annually.

    And there is a bottleneck of technology professionals from India and China. They hold many, if not most, of all temporary work visas, and many try to convert their work visa to permanent residency, and eventually full citizenship. But under current rules, no single nationality can be allotted more than 7 percent of the green cards.

    In his February economic report, President Bush outlined proposals to overhaul the system for employment-based green cards:

    * Open more slots by exempting spouses and children from the annual limit of 140,000 green cards. Such dependents now make up about half of all green card recipients, because workers sponsored by employers can include their family in the application.

    * Replace the current cap with a "flexible market-based cap" that responds to the need that employers have for foreign workers.

    * Raise the 7 percent limit for nations such as India that have many highly skilled workers.

    After steady lobbying from technology companies, Congress is also paying more attention to the issue. The Senate immigration bill had proposed raising the annual cap for green cards to 290,000.

    Kumar Gupta, a 33-year-old software engineer, has been watching the legislative proposals as he weighs his options. After six years in the United States, he is considering returning to India after learning that the green card he applied for in November 2004 could take another four or five years.

    Being on a temporary work visa means that he cannot leave his job. Nor does he want to buy a home for his family without knowing he will stay in the country.

    "Even if the job market is not as good as here, you can get a very good salary in India," he said. "If I have offers there, I will think of moving."

    Let's utilize this write up and start quoting the link in our personal comments / emails to other news anchors, commentators, blogs etc.
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  • dhesha
    08-30 01:33 PM
    did you ask them if the processing date on the website includes applications received on July 2 also? I know it is not clear... but maybe if you had asked them...?
    Mine is July 2 and he said my file is with in processing dates and they should be working on it so I wd assume it is <=





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    Leo07
    12-03 04:44 PM
    DREAM ACT is very much a moral issue. Doing the right thing for innocent kids, who had no say in their fate until this date. All must support DREAM with heart & soul.

    While doing "Right" thing, we must be very careful to NOT penalize the people who are legally standing in line. These Legal immigrants and their kids who had already waited 10 years in line could become illegal any day.These kids who are here legally will need another DREAM act 2 or 3 years from now. ONLY RECAPTURE can save the "Right" thing from being the true Right or justice for ALL.

    Why do we need Recapture more than DREAM ACT or with DREAM ACT?

    What makes recapture an important issue as mush as DREAM ACT issue?

    Is the question asked to me when I communicated with someone in favor of DREAM act. We need good answers when asked this question.

    I was looking at posts to respond back and write to all reporters writing on DREAM ACT. Can someone post convincing answers?





    sirinme
    03-16 02:21 PM
    I got this letter from USCIS last week, but wasn't aware of this action item. I hope it's not too late.



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