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  • learning01
    05-26 01:26 PM
    We have limited time and we have to achieve a lot. Our time and efforts should be utilized in a much better way, don't you agree? I appreciate your posting of your links. And what is your point? Include as a small comment or note at the top. It is easy for any one to 'google' conference, immigration and bill to come up with a few thousand good and relevant link. If I post a good number of them, one would definitely be lost.

    Posting links should serve a purpose here. The primary purpose is achieving IV goals. A smaller purpose could be to see what the other side is saying, but my suggestion is to ignore them in general.

    I went to both the links; one of the I understand is a Libertarian organization and the other radical left. As anyone can see, they don't represent the views of mainstream America. So, it is a waste of time and effort and above all a distraction here. That's my advice.

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  • truthinspector
    01-07 11:40 AM
    Of Satyam's reported cash and bank balances of 53.61 billion rupees on Sept. 30, 50.4 billion rupees was non-existent, Raju said in the letter sent to the Bombay Stock Exchange.

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  • missourian
    05-12 11:52 PM
    I filed my EAD recently and here is what you should do,

    Send the supporting documents to the address mentioned at the bottom of your receipt.

    Documents I have sent,

    1. Cover Letter
    2. Receipt Notice for online EAD filing
    3. your earlier EAD paper in which your EAD arrived ( if this is renewal)
    4. Your 485 Receipt Notice

    This should suffice.
    P.S I have already done finger printing.

    what to mention in the cover letter any template available?

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  • ny_lawyer
    01-28 12:43 AM
    Link is not opening.


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  • cygent
    07-25 06:07 PM
    Updated the list in the previous page Guys, if you want to take a look for those who care.

    But here is something very interesting I just noticed from the list. A bunch of the approvals for July 2007 filers occurred during Jan-Feb 2008, but after that NOTHING!! I can only speculate that under some directive, they were ordered not to touch our cases after that timeframe. I *think* it was because they wanted to use up the EB2 visas, so they only worked on that moving forward, that's why ~ 80% of July-Aug EB2 140's have been processed so far.

    But again I reiterate, many of us will see the silver lining & feel the sunshine this year, sometime in October, by the rays & grace of God. I must say, I have never felt this way before.

    BTW There are also so many EAD/AP pending from 07/2007 as well, wonder why we are hearing grief over that?

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  • addsf345
    11-12 02:28 PM
    Please post any link where it says it is stricter or any new stuff USCIS wants to implement

    Chandu, here I found the LINK (

    "When explaining the risk of potentially stricter AC21 regulations to I-485 applicants, we are frequently asked, "If I change jobs under AC21 and the regulations are released after that, they won't apply to me, right?" Unfortunately, this is not correct. While it is not possible to predict the content or effective date of any future regulations, they will likely apply at the time of adjudicating the I-485 application, and not just when the job change occurs. In a hypothetical example, if new regulations were to limit the percentage of acceptable salary difference, or prevent multiple portings, the officer adjudicating the I-485 could decide that the job change violates the regulations, even if the change occurred months or years before the new regulations were issued."


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  • newbee7
    07-04 11:55 PM
    Please search for "visa bulletin" in google news. It will show the full aticle.
    Postinf the full article may create leagal issues for IV due to copyright issues.

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  • ivuser
    02-16 04:40 PM
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    Job switch after getting Green Card!?

    My question is: Can a person switch the job once (s)he gets his Immigration Stamp? If not then what is the period of time for changing the job after immigration stamp. Note that he is currently on H1B and waiting for Immigration Interview.


    The official rule (which IMHO has not changed with the passage of AC21) is that you must not have any preconceived intention to leave the job when you get your Green Card. (Your friend clearly does :-( ) In general, working for the company for one year after getting the GC is normally considered sufficient.
    If he can't stand the thought of a whole other year at the company, then he should withdraw his consular processing and switch to adjustment of status within the US. 180 days after his AOS is filed, he can take advantage of AC21 and switch jobs, providing he remains in the same field. Of course, the downside is that it'll be an extra year or more before he actually gets his GC.

    I doubt such a "rule" would be enforceable after AC21 for people getting greencard thru the lengthy I-485 process. It makes no sense that someone in the I-485 for more than 180 can change job while still getting the greencard, while someone with the greencard can't change jobs after waiting for so long on the I-485. A federal judge would certainly dismiss such case.

    I wouldn't speak so soon. We already have an analogous situation with marriage: if you divorce three years and six months into a marriage, do you get to keep your Green Card? Not if the processing took between 18 months and two years. If it was more than two years, you are home and dry because you got a full GC; but if you get your GC even one day before your second wedding anniversary, it's conditional on you staying married for another full two years (with a few exceptions for domestic violence etc.)

    So although I agree the situation is iniquitous, we already have a close analogue enshrined and clear in law. Could it survive a challenge under the 14th Amendment? Maybe not, but nobody (to my knowledge) has ever tried.


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  • gc_chahiye
    12-09 04:02 PM
    ... Was your MS Certification in your country of birth or in USA? And if it is not in uSA did you get it evaluated in USA and have submitted evaluation cert copy along with your application?

    all that stuff comes in at I-140 stage. During PERM/LC they dont care about his qualifications, its the job that is being certified.

    See the audit questions again, all relate to justifications that the requirements are really needed for the job advertised. ie. when the job ad said MS+2 Years is needed, DOL wants to know why this job requires MS+2 Years of experience. His lawyer is right, a more conservative approach to job requirements (MS+0 or BS+5 for EB2 is much more easier to defend). As you increase the minimum job requirements, it reduces the pool of available candidates who can apply for the job. DOL wants to make sure the minimum requirements are really valid, and not set artificially high simply to reduce the pool of candidates.

    Basically your LC sponsor needs to be able to justify all requirements posted for the job (education, experience, specific skills) else you can be in trouble.

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  • Jimi_Hendrix
    09-19 03:56 PM
    Dear Pappu and Core Members,

    I appreciate all your efforts and have made my own contributions to support what IV does. Lately due to the political standstill in the House, we have not seen much movement on the immigration issue. At the same time it is important to have some actions illustrated in the open forum to attract the attention of new members and existing members who continue to visit this website. I am of the opinion that unless the 'interest level' of people is maintained in coming to this website, understanding the action items and following them, people will lose interest in visiting this website.




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  • pappu
    02-23 10:10 AM
    If any continuing recurring IV contributor (Donor member) gets a 1 year EAD/AP document, let IV know. We will try to help you get a 2 year document from USCIS.

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  • brb2
    10-01 04:22 PM
    The US fell in rankings primarily due to the Iraq-Afghanistan war which has cost $500 Billion to date and which contributed to the federal deficit. In addition to deterioration in the fiscal deficit, the trade deficit of around $60 billion each month is a huge risk to the US economy and could result in a sudden and large fall in the value of the US dollar. The ony reason that the trade deficit has not affected the US is because of the 70-90 billion that flows monthly in to the country through investment in treasury notes and the stock market. However in the long run either Europe and Asia have to consume more or Americans have to save more and not depend on the financing by the rest of the world. In the case of India, the public sector deficit which is a net negative to the Indian economy is draining the life blood of the economy and will be a long term drag on the economy particulary in areas such as water supply, electricity and other infrastructure such as roads and ports unless the public sector is made more efficient or it is privatized. With the left playing a larger than life role in Indian Politics, things may not change much in the short to medium term.

    Here is the summary from the W.E.F. regarding the rankings:

    The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007: Country Highlights

    • Switzerland is number one in The Global Competitiveness Report for the first time, reflecting the country’s sound institutional environment, excellent infrastructure, efficient markets and high levels of technological innovation. The country has a well developed infrastructure for scientific research, companies spend generously on R&D, intellectual property protection is strong and the country’s public institutions are transparent and stable.
    • The United States, previously in first place, continues to enjoy an excellent business environment, efficient markets and is a global centre for technology development. However, its overall competitiveness is threatened by large macroeconomic imbalances, particularly rising levels of public indebtedness associated with repeated fiscal deficits. Its relative ranking remains vulnerable to a possible disorderly adjustment of such imbalances, including historically high trade deficits.
    • As has been the case in recent years, the Nordic countries hold prominent positions in the rankings this year, with Finland (2), Sweden (3), and Denmark (4) all among the top ten most competitive economies. The Nordic countries have been running budget surpluses and have lower levels of public indebtedness on average than the rest of Europe. Prudent fiscal policies have enabled governments to invest heavily in education, infrastructure and the maintenance of a broad array of social services. Finland, Denmark and Iceland have the best institutions in the world (ranked 1, 2 and 3, respectively) and, together with Sweden and Norway, hold top ten ranks for health and primary education. Finland, Denmark and Sweden also occupy the top three positions in the higher education and training pillar, where Finland’s top ranking is remarkable for its durability over time.
    • Germany and the United Kingdom continue to hold privileged positions, ranked 8th and 10th, respectively. In the areas of the safety of property rights and the quality of the judicial system, Germany is second to none. By contrast, both countries score poorly for their macroeconomic environments, though Germany does less well. In both cases public sector deficits and rising levels of public indebtedness as well as a strengthening of the currency in both countries in 2005 are the main causes of this. The United Kingdom excels in market efficiency, enjoying the most sophisticated financial markets in the world. Its flexible labour market and low levels of unemployment stand in sharp contrast to Germany, whose business community is burdened with sclerotic labour regulations. But Germany does somewhat better than the United Kingdom in innovation indicators and the sophistication of its business community is peerless.
    • Italy’s competitive position has continued on a downward trend, well established over the past few years, dropping four places to 42 in this year’s Report. The list of problems is long. Italy’s underlying macroeconomic environment is poor due to having run budget deficits without interruption for the past 20 years. The fiscal situation has deteriorated sharply since 2000 and public debt levels are well over 100% of GDP, among the highest in the world. The poor state of Italy’s public finances may itself reflect more deep-seated institutional problems, which are shown in low rankings for variables such as the efficiency of government spending, the burden of government regulation and, more generally, the quality of public sector institutions.
    • As in previous years, Poland remains the worst performer among the EU economies, with a rank of 48, right behind Greece (47) and well behind Estonia (25), the Czech Republic (29) and Slovenia (33), Central and Eastern Europe’s top performers. Particular weaknesses in Poland stem from the highly protected and rigid labour markets, particularly harmful in a country where unemployment is close to 18%. As in many transition economies, businesses have to deal with uncertainties stemming from weak institutions, corruption and crime, favouritism, an easily influenced judiciary and a weak property rights regime. Deeper reforms will be necessary if Poland is to increase productivity and stay competitive in the face of rising labour costs. Among the candidate countries, Turkey and Croatia both seem to have benefited from the "EU bonus", moving up impressively in the rankings by 12 places each, to positions 59 and 51, respectively.
    • Russia has fallen from its 53rd rank in 2005 to 62nd in 2006. The private sector in Russia has serious misgivings about the independence of the judiciary and the administration of justice. Legal redress in Russia is neither expeditious, transparent nor inexpensive, unlike in the world’s most competitive economies. A ranking of only 110 among 125 countries in 2006 suggests that it is time-consuming, unpredictable and a cost burden to enterprises. Partly because of this, the property rights regime is extremely poor and worsening. Russia’s ranking in this indicator during the last two years has suffered a precipitous decline, from 88 in 2004 to 114 in 2006, among the worst in the world.
    • Leading within Asia are Singapore and Japan, ranked 5th and 7th respectively, closely followed by Hong Kong (11) and Taiwan (13). These economies are characterized by high-quality infrastructure, flexible and efficient markets, healthy and well-educated workforces and high levels of technological readiness and innovative capacity. Malaysia, ranked 26th overall, has one of the most efficient economies in the region with flexible labour markets, relatively undistorted goods markets and public institutions which in many areas (e.g., rule of law, the legal system) are already operating at the level of the top performing new EU members.
    • Korea’s (24) performance is slightly more uneven than that of Malaysia. The country has already reached world-class levels in certain areas, such as macroeconomic management, school enrolment rates at all levels, penetration rates for new technologies and scientific innovation, as captured by data on patent registration. However, Korea continues to be held back by institutional weaknesses, both public and private, for which it has not yet reached the standards of Finland, Sweden, Denmark or Chile. Taiwan (13) continues to operate at a high level of efficiency but has dropped below last year’s "top-ten" status. It is an innovation powerhouse, with levels of per capita patents registration exceeded only by the US and Japan. It continues to excel in higher education and training indicators (ranked 7th overall) but, like Korea, its overall rank is weighed down by weaknesses in the institutional infrastructure.
    • India ranked 43rd overall with excellent scores in capacity for innovation and sophistication of firm operations. Firm use of technology and rates of technology transfer are high, although penetration rates of the latest technologies are still quite low by international standards, reflecting India’s low levels of per capita income and high incidence of poverty. Despite these encouraging results, insufficient health services and education as well as a poorly developed infrastructure are limiting a more equitable distribution of the benefits of India’s high growth rates. Moreover, successive Indian governments have proven remarkably ineffective in reducing the public sector deficit, one of the highest in the world.
    • China’s ranking has fallen from 48 to 54, characterized by a heterogeneous performance. On the positive side, China’s buoyant growth rates coupled with low inflation, one of the highest savings rates in the world and manageable levels of public debt have boosted China’s ranking on the macroeconomy pillar of the GCI to 6th place – an excellent result. However, a number of structural weaknesses need to be addressed, including in the largely state-controlled banking sector. Levels of financial intermediation are low and the state has had to intervene from time to time to mitigate the adverse effects of a large, non-performing loan portfolio. China has low penetration rates for the latest technologies (mobile telephones, Internet, personal computers), and secondary and tertiary school enrolment rates are still low by international standards. By far the most worrisome development is a marked drop in the quality of the institutional environment, as witnessed by the steep fall in rankings from 60 to 80 in 2006, with poor results across all 15 institutional indicators, and spanning both public and private institutions.


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  • mirchiseth
    06-04 11:05 AM
    Called USCIS and they are asking me to take an Infopass appointment.

    Update1: Infopass appointment was not useful. They asked us to wait for the notification from MSC.

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  • Legal
    07-19 04:53 PM
    You dont have to do anything. Just sit and watch the fun with USCIS. They will come up with solutions and get it passed with congress and they know better than any one else that they are in trouble without solutions. Lots of LAWSUITS will follow in next few months if they dont do their job on time.

    If I interpret correctly you are saying because USCIS will not like to work on so many EADs and APs year after year AND SO they themselves will seek increase in annual GC numbers to clear up the mess. I wish your predictions would turn out to be true.:)

    However, if enough EB GC numbers are not available, USCIS can not be repsonsibe for this. They have corrected the one mistake they did with the visa bulletin fiasco. I don't see any other basis for additional lawsuits.


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    06-16 01:08 PM
    Great topic. wating one more year would mean 12 more months of rent. so even if the house depreciates it would break even considering the lost rent. This is just my opinion assuming that the depreciation would be less than 5-10% till next summer. Experts please list out the hidden costs involved in mortgage for new home buyers to be careful about.

    There was a talk on my local radio channel sometime back on the topic.

    One guy called up and said he was paying $650 as rent and was planning to buy a home instead to build equity.

    The expert gave him advice which I totally agree with. He said, a home will cost you a lot more than $650 a month in mortgage, insurance, property tax and maintenance. You will not really make any money for a long time. If you wish to make money, take the extra money you are willing to spend each month and invest in bonds, etc., which can give you better returns.

    I think buying a home as an investment is not the greates idea, unless all the above factors have been considered. The real goal should be that the family or individual wants to live in a house instead of an apartment as a lifestyle choice. If this is not the primary goal, then think twice. Especially true in the case of several immigrants who see a home strictly as an investment and are totally obsessed about the money they will make or lose when they sell it.

    Let us face one knows what the real estate market will be 5 years from now, and again in 10 years from now and then again and again. If we want to be absolutely sure that we will sell our home someday and we have to make a profit, then no one can give that gurantee. Thinking along those lines is a pointless exercise.

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  • hindu_king
    09-15 02:00 PM
    485 approved on Aug 20. Welcome notice said I'll get the card in 3 weeks. So far no card yet. Are there any others in this situation? People who posted earlier on this forum, please post if you guys received the cards.


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  • natrajs
    08-07 07:55 PM
    IV is the only group that is trying something for EB gc's!!! If you don't agree with IV mission statement - least you can do is SHUT UP! If you have other selfish agenda's take them some place else... don't use IV as a platform to segregate a group.
    (In my personal opinion... IV should BAN anyone who suggests anything that breaks this group down! Enough is ENOUGH!)
    Mission Statement

    The mission of Immigration Voice is to organize grassroots efforts and resources to solve several problems in the employment based green card process including (a) delays due to Retrogression (visa number unavailability for certain employment-based categories) (b) delays due to USCIS processing backlogs and (c) delays due to Labor Certification backlogs. We will work to remove these and other flaws by supporting changes to immigration law for high-skilled legal employment-based immigrants. High-skilled legal immigrants strengthen the United States' economy and help maintain American technological superiority.

    P.S sorry for the rant - but some of the threads are really disappointing... EB2 vs EB3, Masters vs Non-masters....

    It is very disappointing to see the division among the IV members, We need to look for a long term solution rather than fighting for individual short term solution

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  • Macaca
    01-24 12:46 PM
    exactly, and also, each member could add a signature to his posts to show his contributions and related items. This will not add any work to the IV, who is focusing on the imm relief now....


    You can put any number in your signature.

    We need an authentic interface to contributions by all members. This should require member login.

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    03-19 08:33 PM
    I guess you are bummer !!!!

    Bummer is a word used to express disappointment.

    He was not name calling. It takes a while to pick up the slang but it sure helps you to assimilate better.

    And, if you were already familiar, before you go on a tirade on me, please hold your horses..

    02-19 04:16 PM
    Top Five
    1. India ---- $1,456 billion
    2. Russia ---$ 470 billion
    3. UK -------$390 billion
    4. Ukraine - $100 billion
    5. China -----$ 96 billion

    Shame on the Indians who hoard all that public money in some foreign land and making those countries rich. When would the stupid @#$@# @$%#$ politicians and bureaucrats learn that, when they die (and I hope they all die soon) they could not take it with them to Hell.

    We have no guts to fight the terrorism coming from across the border and spent too little on defense, education, sanitation and infrastructure and even today India still looks like the same country that was there before 1947. Nothing significantly changed in terms of literacy or cleanliness or standard of living of majority of individuals.

    I still have a hope that one day a daring and honest person would hold the PM office and clean up the mess.

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