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  • niklshah
    01-30 05:03 PM
    voted, its question no. 16 now





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  • AllVNeedGcPc
    04-18 04:54 PM
    Enjoy the freedom.





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  • Lollerskater
    09-17 12:17 PM
    amendment failed

    Edit: sheesh u guys are fast!





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  • sfcwtu
    09-17 01:54 PM
    Why don't our respectful CA gentlewoman gives up on this small issue??



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  • fide_champ
    12-11 10:54 AM
    Dont loose heart, usually in December things seem slow. Even I had delay experience few years ago

    Thanks deardar but at this point i need more than just words of encouragement.





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  • elcapix
    11-13 02:20 PM
    This is how I used my EAD. I filed 485/EAD/AP in July 2007. I did not do anything till Feb-2008. I made a call to my employer in Feb-2008 (6 months after I-485) and asked him to give me a raise. He was aware of the fact that I can use AC-21 and leave anytime. We renegotiated everything, this time heavily in my favor (for a change). I got 20% salary hike effective from that very day. I kept same employer, same job, same client but used EAD and AC-21 to put pressure on my employer. Needless to say, in the past, I have been on the receiving side of the pressure from employers because of H1-B too.

    My suggestion - You can not play safe your whole life.



    After an extensive research on internet about all this I will expose my case to hear your opinion.

    I'm on my EAD second renewal now, Have approved I-140 and my PD is Dec 16/2006. Si according to waht you say I can walk away changing emplyers and get another job or either a part time job???

    My current attorney wont give me any advices because she says is against the law because she represents my employer and me so she recomends to look for another attorney.

    Since I have an EAD my wife was able to work and things turned better but this year with the economic situation and a baby I'm about 5k short and I'm being very careful and looking for a wild card just in case.. Someone told me I can get another H1B and start over even If I have passed the 6 years of H1B.

    Any thoughts?

    Appreciate your help

    Nel



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  • MetteBB
    06-16 07:07 AM
    Quick someone tell me which one I should put in the poll, the carbon pod or the orasquare ?

    Deff. the white and orange one!!





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  • gcgreen
    08-13 07:45 PM
    What makes you think you qualify for EB1? Is it because you were planning to apply in OR category? or because you wanted to apply in EA category?

    FYI, a fresh PhD has very little chance to make it in EA category, and OR is applicable only for a researcher position.

    It's nice to create a big fuss about your qualifications and how you have been hurt, but at the end of the day, these were choices YOU made (i.e. taking up full-time PhD instead of going to work immediately after school). Also, as someone else said on one of these never ending threads, there is nothing that prevented your future employer applying for GC for a future job for you as soon as you finish PhD :-)

    So, again, if you are so qualified, and happy to live the consequences of your decision, where is the PLIGHT?

    ..."who were qualified for EB2 but applied in EB3. " ...Exactly my point. Technically I am qualified for EB1 but filed as EB2, hence i need to play by the rules governing EB2. Now if i begin lamenting that I am qualified for EB1 which is current and life is unfair since i am in EB2, how much sense would that make? My point is Don't crib if EB3 is retrogressed...use the system and become EB2, port your priority date, which is ofcourse dependent upon finding an EB2 job !!! All of this nonsense .."i pray someone does something for EB3" is going to get no one anywhere !! Fight for comprehensive immigration reform or HR 5882 recapture BUT for god's sake Do not blame the EB2 - India people who have played by the rules and are in a favorable position today relative to EB3 !!

    The lawsuit against PD porting makes sense from an EB2 perspective and they are right to go ahead with it. Porting your PD from EB3 to EB2 makes sense from an EB3 perspective and every EB3 should try to do it before this door closes, if it does.



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  • mhathi
    09-17 11:20 AM
    seeing more and more members coming... hopefully that means the house session is ending soon





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  • kushaljn
    09-17 12:01 PM
    Talking about one case where a navy officer could not appear to remove condition on her Permanent Residency. She was then served a notice of intent to deny or put in deportation proceedings. I guess still 6020.



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  • VMH_GC
    07-19 10:19 AM
    Message from Pappu:

    Yes this is not a typo. This is true. Aman has made more financial sacrifices and time sacrifices than anyone else. Not a single penny has been reimbursed to him for his trips to DC, food and stay in DC or car rental in DC. He even risked his job and went to DC on unpaid leave at critical times because lobbying was important for getting our work done. We in the core team know this and when we see the kind of contributions we get from members, we feel disappointed that our efforts are not valued. When we started the $20 contributions people felt $20 was too high and wanted $10 per month or less. The kind of work and effort that is needed to push a single provision is phenomenal and needs lot of capital. The more the better. Sometimes reading posts that say IV core is selfish also disappoints us. People do not know the effort that goes in getting anything done. This website is simply a tool for us to communicate to everyone. The big effort is the lobbying work. We hope the Buisnessweek article helps people realize our hard work and people value it by contributing to it and helping us in all action items.


    In my opinion, we should reimburse AMAN for all the cost he incurred during last few years.





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  • ashkam
    07-11 11:03 AM
    I think one very serious point in favor of filing now is if you do not file, and the lawsuit is successful in about a year and a half as they say and your PD hasn't become current by then, it puts everyone who filed in July ahead of you and this might cause the USCIS to retrogress visa numbers to such an extent that it would take ten years for your PD to get current again. Would this be a correct assessment?



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  • Circus123
    01-30 05:41 PM
    Just voted





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  • Karthik Thambidurai
    07-14 06:46 PM
    signed



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  • Openarms
    05-08 05:57 PM
    Where can I find medical insurance for my parents with reasonable coverage with reasonable premium. Their age is between 55 to 60. Obviously they are with some medical conditions like blood pressure, diabetic... like usual stuff like typical parents would have...Can somebody suggest good one... thanks in advance.





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  • fundo14
    04-25 11:02 AM
    Just contributed $100 through Paypal.



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  • akela_topchi
    06-03 04:51 PM
    I called all of them. Was able to speak to 4, left voice message for remaining.





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  • abhisec
    03-13 03:28 PM
    http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/bulletin/bulletin_4177.html

    If some body already posted this other Mumbai consuate...please ignore this...

    All Numbers are same as Mumbai Consulate.



    Thanks

    Thank you very much for posting this. This was not refreshed on the main visa bulletin page - how did you manage to find it out? :D





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  • sobers
    02-20 12:23 PM
    Friends,

    I'm starting a new thread where I'll post research and stats that lend more credibility and/or support skilled, legal immigration. This should also be added to our presentation material for lawmakers!

    Thanks!

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    Starting off, here is a recent study by the influential Kauffman Foundation which clearly backs the rationale for expanding skilled, legal immigration...


    http://www.kauffman.org/news.cfm?itemID=678
    New Kauffman Foundation Study Identifies Key Factors Driving Offshoring of Corporate R&D

    Contacts:
    Wendy Guillies, Kauffman Foundation, 816-932-1046, wguillies@kauffman.org
    Tom Phillips, Communication Partners, 212-935-4655, comptwp@aol.com

    KANSAS CITY, MO, February 16, 2006 - Contrary to popular belief, it is intellectual capital and university collaboration, not just lower costs, that primarily attract companies to locate R&D activities in locations away from their home country, according to a new study sponsored by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. The study of more than 200 multinational companies across 15 industries, mostly headquartered in the United States and Western Europe, finds that emerging countries such as China and India will continue to be major beneficiaries of R&D expansion over the next three years as companies seek new market opportunities, access to top scientists and engineers, and collaborative research relationships with leading universities.

    The study was released at a meeting of the Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable (GUIRR) of the National Academies. It was conducted by Marie Thursby, Ph.D., Professor of Strategic Management, Georgia Tech College of Management, and Jerry Thursby, Chair of the Department of Economics, Emory University, with sponsorship by the Kauffman Foundation.

    Designed to identify and rank the importance of different factors feeding into the corporate decision-making process as to where to locate R&D facilities, the study also tracked R&D work coming into the United States from abroad, as well as R&D work going in the reverse direction; addressed favored countries for locating R&D work and why; and outlined trends industry expects for R&D expansion in the future.

    Among the top factors going into new R&D siting decisions in both developed and emerging countries are market growth potential, quality of R&D talent, collaboration with universities and IP protection. How these factors influence the decision, however, depend on whether the site is in a developed or emerging country. In neither emerging nor developed countries was cost consideration the most important factor, which runs contrary to what has been reported by the media (according to an analysis of media coverage over the past few years in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times on multinational R&D locations).

    Among the study's more surprising findings, according to the researchers, was the role university collaboration plays in the decision-making process for locating R&D facilities. In fact, collaboration with universities was particularly prevalent as a factor for expanding to emerging countries, even though these countries provide lesser degrees of IP protection.

    "The study underscores the critical role universities play in a country's national innovation system, not just in the training of new scientists and access to the best talent, but in the ease of developing and licensing technology," said Carl Schramm, president and CEO of the Kauffman Foundation.

    More than half of the corporate respondents who identify the United States as their home country report that they have either recently expanded or planned to locate R&D facilities in China and India vs. other developed countries. Of 63 Western European companies responding, 13 plan on expanding or locating new R&D facilities to the United States. The issue of collaborative research between universities and corporations has been a growing concern within the United States, with some observers saying legal wrangling over intellectual property rights is not only slowing the pace of innovation but also prompting companies to seek university research partners in other countries.

    The study indicates, however, that while the trend toward R&D offshoring to Asia will continue despite concerns over IP protection, companies are keeping their most cutting-edge research in developed countries where IP protection is the strongest. According to the study, only 22 percent of the R&D effort in emerging countries is for new science.

    "The United States would seem to have a comparative advantage in maintaining its innovative leadership through the high caliber of its scientists and its strong protection of IP," said Lesa Mitchell, vice president of Advancing Innovation at the Kauffman Foundation. "Industry and universities must be alert to removing obstacles to joint research, or emerging countries will overtake us in innovation breakthroughs, and the burst of discovery that has been driving our economy for the past half-century will be over."

    Another public policy implication of the findings, say the researches, is that the United States must focus on highly skilled worker immigration.

    "We are educating the best and the brightest, but make it impossible for them to stay in America and immigrate. We need major immigration reform that welcomes, instead of pushes out, highly skilled workers," said Dr. Marie Thursby.

    The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City is a private, nonpartisan foundation that works with partners to advance entrepreneurship in America and improve the education of children and youth. The Kauffman Foundation was established in the mid-1960s by the late entrepreneur and philanthropist Ewing Marion





    add78
    04-27 02:06 PM
    Please stop H1 Vs L1 discussion and do not support those who aim to divide this community on various visa types, categories, nationalities etc. Any further attempts by any member in this direction will result in ban. We would appreciate if you read the bill posted by IV and provide some analysis on its content on this thread.

    Pappu,

    I went through the text of the new bill vis-a-vis current INA and compared the old and the proposed act. Here are the findings -

    Section 101 - This spells disaster for all H1Bs in consulting companies (as FT or C2C) -

    by striking clause (ii) of sub-paragraph (E) of the section 212(n)(1), and then adding the new clauses under (F), they are PROHIBITING placement of H1B employees on another employer's site, period. This will affect NOT ONLY pure staffing (desi or non-desi) companies who place their W-2 H1B employees at client site, BUT ALSO big consulting companies like IBM/ACCENTURE/DELOITTE et al. No placement/leasing/outsourcing/contracting for services or otherwise at another employer, period - UNLESS a waiver is obtained, which will mean every company will need to obtain a waiver in order to do so, EFFECTIVELY ENDING ANY CONSULTING BY H1B.

    Section 102 - This spells disaster for all companies who's H1B+L1 > 50% total employees

    by inserting two new clauses (H) and (I) in section 212(n)(1), it prohibits H1B only or H1B preferred advertisements and prevents any company that employees more than 50 employees to submit NEW H1B/L1 application IF the total number of H1B and L1 employees exceeds 50% of its total employees. It also requires ANY company employing even a single H1B employee to submit W-2s of IRS. This affects ALL Indian IT companies like TCS/WIPRO/INFOSYS/COGNIZANT et al.

    remaining sections (103 onwards) are more about enforcement and investigations.

    Section 201 - This spells disaster for companies that bring in workers on L visas

    This also affects ALL Indian IT companies like TCS/WIPRO/INFOSYS/COGNIZANT et al. AS WELL AS some other companies that might bring in workers from their home country.

    IN SUMMARY -

    In the SHORT RUN, this hurts outsourcing industry, as they need more time, and H1B/L1 resources on site to transition the work offshore, but I agree that in the LONG RUN, it will GREATLY BENEFIT AND INCREASE OUTSOURCING.

    That will indeed be a sad day. Grassley and Durbin are trying to cut the branch they are sitting on. :) This will have the exact opposite of their desired effect.

    Hope this helps.





    pappu
    10-17 10:05 AM
    SA 3275. Mr. LEVIN submitted an amendment intended to be proposed by him to the bill H.R. 3093, making appropriations for the Departments of Commerce and Justice, and Science, and Related Agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2008, and for other purposes; as follows:

    At the appropriate place, insert the following:

    SEC. __. ANNUAL REPORT ON DELAYED BACKGROUND CHECKS.

    (a) In General.--Not later than 60 days after the end of each fiscal year, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation shall submit a report to the congressional committees listed in subsection (b) that contains, with respect to the most recently completed fiscal year--

    (1) a statistical analysis of the number of background checks processed and pending, including check requests in process at the time of the report and check requests that have been received but are not yet in process;

    (2) the average time taken to complete each type of background check;

    (3) a description of the efforts and progress made by the Director in addressing any delays in completing such background checks; and

    (4) a description of the progress that has been made in automating files used in the name check process, including investigative files of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

    (b) Recipients.--The congressional committees listed in this subsection are--

    (1) the Committee on the Judiciary of the Senate;

    (2) the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs of the Senate;

    (3) the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives; and

    (4) the Committee on Homeland Security of the House of Representati

    This does not go far enough to solve the problem. A lot more work is needed to get an immediate fix to the problem.



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