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  • michellezbb
    04-18 10:31 PM
    I saw a thread creatted by IV about how to open a company when 485 pending yesterday, but I couldn't find it now. Anyone can help? tons of thanks

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  • Openarms
    07-11 04:27 PM
    The big question is that why the so called "IV leadership" is not filling a FOIA request for how many EB3-I cases pending till date. Infact they should ask numbers for all the categories and their priority dates. It should be simple SQL query for USCIS.

    This is such a burning issue and so many people are suffering from it. I still don't get it why would IV is not raising this issue... Can some one from leadership group respond please.......

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  • Jaime
    07-25 10:14 AM
    We need to be on the lookout for any new developments. How are we doing with the lobbying? What else can we do? Any updates from IV Core? Thanks!


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  • dikija
    12-01 11:40 AM
    Need good advice.

    My fiancee had an approved post decision status on her H1B application. She's waiting for an interview in the US Embassy for final approval.

    We're planning to get married so that she can bring me and our 2 year old son.

    My concern is what will we do, will we marry before her interview or after her interview?

    Another biggest concern is I have a pending petition from my mother who is US Citizen, I belong to F1 Category. I know that if we'll get married my petition will move to another category which is F3.

    So this is a bit confusing whether we will marry before her interview or after her interview?

    Please put some inputs. Thank you very much!

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  • Positive
    04-17 11:32 AM
    This may be an effort to provoke extreme right in tea party and republicans. It looks like talk show hosts and extreme right are careful and not taking the bait yet.

    Creating a permanent wedge between Latinos and republican party just by confusing statements will not work this time.

    Nothing short of CIR can bring out the true color of right.


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  • Blog Feeds
    05-27 12:40 PM
    As everybody knows by now, recently Arizona's Governor signed a law requiring local law enforcement officials to take into custody persons when they have a "reasonable suspicion" that they are present in the U.S. illegally. The person would be turned over to the Immigration Service, and be released from jail if they could demonstrate their legal status. Last Monday, the ACLU and various other groups sued Arizona officials in Federal Court to void the law on a number of grounds including violation of the Constitutional rights of equal protection of the law and free speech. President Obama has questioned the...

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    11-29 03:46 PM
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  • krish2005
    08-18 12:46 PM
    This is not tied to immigration but to the savings of some sort...

    If this is a dupe post - please ignore.

    This should certainly help if the deal is inked and save H1 and L1 holders some money.

    PF rules may be tightened to squeeze US expats - Hindustan Times (http://www.hindustantimes.com/PF-rules-may-be-tightened-to-squeeze-US-expats/Article1-588281.aspx)

    If India and the US ink the deal, tens of thousands of Indians working in the US on H1B or L1 visas need not contribute to the US social security schemes and US expatriates need not contribute to an Indian provident fund.

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  • kumar26fl
    04-12 10:20 AM

    My wife and I both have EAD and AP. My wife is derivative on my 485 application. I am using H1b for employment though, while my wife is using EAD for employment.

    We are planning to travel to India. I am going to continue to use my H1 b as I am going for visa stamping on my trip to India. My wife will be using AP for reentry.

    1) Do you see any complications while reentering in this scenario either for me or for my wife since I will be using H1 visa and she will be using AP.

    2) Does she need to carry her employment verification letter since she is derivative of my application? Can the IO at poe entry ask for her employment? What should she be saying her purpose of visit or any such questions? Would it be ok to mention 'pending AOS' as the status.



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  • Blog Feeds
    09-24 03:20 AM
    Andrew Sullivan, uber-blogger and one of the country's most influential political pundits warns that our paralyzed immigration system is at a point where it is harming our economic security: The legal immigration system - the same one that has kept me in limbo for a quarter of a century - is reaching a breaking point. Skilled immigrants are returning home to the more fertile opportunities in China and India because America makes it almost impossible for talented immigrants to move here: "What was a trickle has become a flood," says Duke University's Vivek Wadhwa, who studies reverse immigration. Wadhwa projects...

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  • webm
    08-27 01:28 PM
    My friend H1B is expiring this month end but she has valid EAD wth her.When we are planning to use EAD from H1B,what is the procedure for that?Do we have to send any forms to INS for this change of status??

    Just you need to fillout a new I-9 form and hand over it (along with copy of EAD) to your H1B employer ,also mention moving to EAD..thats it..


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  • Macaca
    05-19 07:54 AM
    3 Months of Tense Talks Led to Immigration Deal (http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/19/washington/19immig.html?_r=1&oref=slogin) By CARL HULSE (http://www.nytimes.com/gst/emailus.html) and ROBERT PEAR (http://www.nytimes.com/gst/emailus.html), May 19, 2007

    WASHINGTON, May 18 � Hours before a bipartisan deal on immigration policy was to be announced Thursday, a tenuous compromise was threatening to unravel, and tempers flared once again.

    Just off the Senate floor, Senators John McCain of Arizona and John Cornyn of Texas, both Republicans, exchanged sharp words, with Mr. McCain accusing his colleague of raising arcane legal issues to scuttle the deal. Mr. Cornyn retorted that he was entitled to his view and noted that Mr. McCain had spent more time campaigning for president than negotiating in recent weeks.

    The senatorial dust-up, described by witnesses, was just one of the tense moments in remarkable negotiations over the last three months that resulted in this week�s accord. Senator Arlen Specter, the Pennsylvania Republican who oversaw the talks, compared them to a floating craps game, with a changing cast of characters and shifting sites.

    Lawmakers and staff members who participated said passions occasionally ran high in the dozens of meetings, with Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of Massachusetts, sometimes using his temper as a negotiating tactic. Senators who had spent hours anguishing over the smallest details had little patience for colleagues who made brief appearances to offer their views.

    �New people came in and wanted to revisit the whole deal,� Mr. Specter said. �That happened all the time. It was very frustrating.�

    In the end, negotiators overcame political divisions and some level of distrust to produce the agreement that will be debated in the Senate beginning next week. Lawmakers said they forged bonds partly through the telling of personal stories about their own family roots, as well as long hours spent together and the prospect that the bill might be a last chance at reaching consensus on a major national problem.

    �It was like waiting for a baby to be born,� said Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, about the negotiations. �On occasion, it was like being in mediation with a divorced couple. It was like being at camp with your buddies. It was feeling like a part of history.�

    As difficult as the negotiations were, they might ultimately seem tame compared with the fight the authors of the plan now face. Before the language of the bill was even published, the proposal � a major domestic objective of the Bush administration � was under attack from the right for allowing illegal immigrants to earn citizenship and from the left for dividing families. The offices of the negotiators were under siege from critics who had the phones ringing endlessly.

    �It is real easy to demagogue this thing, and some people probably won�t be able to help themselves,� said Senator Mel Martinez, Republican of Florida and another key participant in the talks. �We are going to have to stick together on the fundamentals of this agreement.�

    The talks had their genesis in last year�s failure on immigration after House Republicans essentially chose to ignore a bill passed by the Senate that conservatives derided as amnesty since it would have allowed some of the 12 million illegal immigrants in the United States to remain and eventually qualify to be citizens.

    President Bush helped plant the seeds of this year�s negotiations on Jan. 8, at a White House event celebrating the fifth anniversary of the No Child Left Behind Act. Mr. Bush pulled aside Senator Kennedy, and they went into a room off the Oval Office to talk about immigration.

    A month later, Senator Jon Kyl, a conservative Republican from Arizona who would become an important figure in striking the deal, began meeting with other Republicans and administration officials to explore ways to find a legislative response to an issue with potent political and humanitarian ramifications.

    When those talks progressed far enough, the Republicans on March 28 invited in Democrats like Mr. Kennedy, a longtime advocate of immigration changes, and Senators Ken Salazar of Colorado and Robert Menendez of New Jersey. What followed was a series of meetings around the Capitol, typically on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights, as the lawmakers, staff members, White House officials and two or three cabinet secretaries immersed themselves in immigration rules as part of unusually direct high-level negotiations.

    �To take an issue and basically start from scratch and write it from the bottom up is something I haven�t seen done in a really long time,� said Candida Wolff, chief of Congressional relations for the White House.

    The first big hurdle was cleared a few weeks ago when the negotiators settled on what they called the grand bargain, the main outlines of the issues they were going to address. Major elements included border security improvements and other measures that would have to be undertaken before new citizenship programs were put in place; potential legal status for millions of illegal immigrants; new visas for hundreds of thousands of temporary workers; and clearing a backlog of family applicants for residency.

    Republicans also won support for a new �merit-based system of immigration,� which would give more weight to job skills and education and less to family ties. The negotiators decided to adopt a point system to evaluate the qualifications of foreign citizens seeking permission to immigrate to the United States.

    No question was too small for the senators. They asked: How many points should be awarded to a refrigerator mechanic with a certificate from a community college?

    The negotiations were a roller coaster ride that continued until the deal was announced Thursday, with negotiators expressing despair one day and optimism the next.

    �Wednesday evening was one of the most important moments,� Mr. Kennedy said in an interview. �The mood and the atmosphere were good. You got a feeling that maybe this would all be possible. But on Thursday morning, it suddenly deteriorated again.� He told his colleagues that �it�s imperative that we announce an agreement� on Thursday afternoon, or else they could lose momentum. The announcement was made.

    In some respects, the lawmakers benefited from the Congressional focus on the Iraq war as they were able to negotiate below the radar, avoiding the disclosure of every twist and turn in the talks and pressure from influential interest groups. Those involved also said the deep participation of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff was vital.

    The senators who put together the bill say they have their own reservations about aspects of it. And some of the regular participants, including Senators Cornyn and Menendez, have backed away from endorsing it. But those who have embraced the bill say they intend to see it through.

    �We made a pact,� said Mr. Specter, who was referred to as Mr. Chairman even though Democrats control Congress. �We will stick together even on provisions we don�t like. We are a long way from home in getting this through the Senate.�

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  • roseball
    09-26 12:17 PM
    We filed a H4 to H1 Change of Status petition for my wife. The file was opened and processed by USCIS and a RFE was issued. Due to some family situation, we had to withdraw the H1 petition instead of replying to the RFE.

    My question is: Is the security/anti-fraud fee ($1500) returned by USCIS in such cases. We applied through a big consulting company.



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  • Blog Feeds
    08-31 09:50 PM
    The LA Times reports on the Nevada governor's race which has Latino Brian Sandoval seeking to become the next Republican governor of the state. Sandoval has risked alienating his Latino base by endorsing the Arizona law and tougher drivers license rules. The GOP is hoping that Latino voters will vote for someone who looks like them even if he or she supports policies that are the polar opposite of what they believe. I doubt very much that will happen. Voters vote their interests first and then may look at a person's ethnicity if two candidates are similar in their views....

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    07-25 05:49 PM
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  • Alcoraes
    03-02 02:40 PM
    Hi, My name is Alex and I am a Permanent Resident for 4 years. I got married but my wife just have a turist visa B-1. So, I already applyed for her filling I-130. What is the next step? Just wait or can i fill out I-765 because she needs to work?... One more question...She still have I-94 valid for 6 months, does she need to go back to Brazil?

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  • Blog Feeds
    11-25 08:50 AM
    Stealth protectionism on the immigration front is surfacing again in Congress. Two odd bedfellows -- self-described socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (D.VT) and A+ anti-immigration lawmaker, Chuck Grassley (R. IA) -- are at it again. Earlier in the year, the duo inserted the Employ American Workers Act into the stimulus legislation (the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act) -- something I called "Protectionist Turducken" -- to prevent the hiring of H-1B workers by recipients of TARP and Federal Reserve funding. On Nov. 19, they proposed the "Employ America Act," a bill (S. 2804) which would require employers of over 100 workers who...

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