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  • HawaldarNaik
    03-04 06:07 PM
    Yes you can work from Home, i meant Home Country...:D

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  • aristotle
    07-11 11:40 AM
    Please see my other thread "Stop, Think!!" for my thoughts.

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  • nsrinivas
    09-30 11:33 PM
    I think was just in anxiety !!!. My wife recieved FP notice around 5 days after I recieved. We both have appointment on same day and same time.

    So bottom line even though it is frustrating , I think the best solution is to just wait :)

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  • ksg09
    11-11 01:17 PM
    Thanks for your help, by the time I start the business it should be around 6 months, hoping there will be no problem in near future as adviced, Im planning to go head & start the business. Once again thanks for all your support.


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  • msyedy
    12-14 09:26 AM
    while make illegal aliens legal.. the current S.2611 says the illegal pay back taxes and go through a process like us to get citizenship.

    We have overlooked the fact that they will recieve an EAD and can work for anyone anywhere and file for immigration by themselves.. So it is almost like a GC for them. S.2611 does not say about them requireing a employer to file.

    We need a employer whom we should stick too to get GC. Many people give away better oppurtunities for GC and to get their spouce a GC or EAD for them to work they stick to the current company which pay very less.

    This point has to be taken into consideration and we must fight and raise our voice to get this to the law makers.

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  • gimme_GC2006
    08-28 04:05 PM
    That is your frustration talking. :D :D :D

    Hope you are feeling *better* after venting out your frustration.

    I think he is just talking to himself out of frustration..LOL :D:D


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  • Aah_GC
    07-11 02:18 PM
    I was going through some comments by some folks in this forum (http://www.nyjournalnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070711/NEWS02/707110350) - and one of them says - how come these guys were silent when they were pressing for Illegal Immigration reforms? What the heck? You live in this country on a budget with your employer and they expect you to solve the problems of this country.

    Jakub (glus),

    Good job on getting our message across. Good picture too! Finally we are seeing some faces behind the screen names.


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  • jliechty
    July 13th, 2006, 10:10 PM
    The previous post reminds me of an idea for an "interpretive dance" from Whose Line... "Diarrhea, flows like a river." And may I ask... how much did you pay the webmaster to post that advertising? (pardon me and ignore this if the previous post is deleted).

    Anyway, I really like the second shot... It seems to have better contrast, which makes the flower stand out well. Good work, Gary; no need to apologize.


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  • whiteStallion
    03-03 05:48 PM
    There should not be more than 1 pay period delay after you leave your job to get your settlement cheque. This has nothing to do with him not getting paid from the client etc. According to H1B law, you(employee) need to get paid every month(by the employer), period. Client does not comes in the picture.
    You can report to DOL... in that case DOL will pay you your dues and make sure your employer pays back the money to DOL with interest and penalties, no employer wanna go there... Last time it happened to me, I told my employer that I'll file a claim with DOL and all of a sudden he became friendly and paid off my dues promptly.

    Read thru these links : http://www.dol.gov/compliance/topics/wages-other-last-paycheck.htm

    Call them and they will send you a form for you to fill up and send across to them for not getting your last paycheck :
    US DOL Helpline : Tel: 1-866-4USWAGE (1-866-487-9243)

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  • lazycis
    01-30 12:14 PM
    Man you are in such a good position . I think with an approved I-140 in EB3 for Sep 2001 PD your GC should not be far away .. Don't mess around with it by changing it to EB2 or things like that. It might get complicated . I would say have patience for a few months . Once you get your GC you are free.

    Using AC21 is not a bad idea for those whose GC is a distant dream but for you I think the goal is within sight.

    Actually, it's better to change job before you get a GC because you suppose to have intention to work for GC-sponsoring company after you get GC.


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  • pappu
    04-10 12:02 PM
    This may be something that's already been addressed somewhere so my apologies in advance if that's the case

    I'm getting ready to apply for my EAD extension. Should I be asking for/expecting one-year EAD or a Three-year EAD? Has the rule already been published by USCIS? Should my lawyer be doing something different from last time?

    Another question is: Are we also going to get a 3-year AP?

    Please update your profile with details so that it can be helpful to everyone tracking the success

    on IV tracker

    IV members are requested to update their profile with valid dates so that we can make IV tracker helpful for everyone.

    I have personally decided to make this request to everyone who does not have their details completed and only then respond to the member. If a member has bogus data in their profile for tracking purposes I would not be replying to that post. This might help encourage members wanting replies from IV core team for their questions.

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  • abhi2001
    02-24 01:06 PM

    I am on L1A managerial category currently in USA for my 5th year with company A. I know if company A files my GC I can apply under EB1 category.

    But, if a future employer B files my GC can they file it under EB1? Additional info - The future employer is a big MNC and has offices in USA. I am a graduate in engineering with about 10 years of experience. The future employer B is not linked in any way to A.

    If B cannot file under EB1 what category can they file my GC in? And when would I be able to start working for B?

    Thanks in advance.


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  • lostinbeta
    11-18 02:38 AM
    Damn that Bob.... if he keeps getting votes he is going to beat me!!!

    Oh wait... Bob is beating me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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  • arc
    10-04 01:38 PM
    Hey Fellow IVers who had filed application at NSC and it was transferred to CSC and back to NSC pls. take the poll and keep updating your statistics!

    Pls. also update your statistics with RN date if you are not eligible on the poll but your case was transferred...


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  • yabadaba
    10-26 06:19 PM

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    10-21 04:19 PM
    I am thinking of switching the company and look for new job. I am not sure how this will work when I am on EAD and not expecting my GC to come soon as my priority date (EB3) is March 2005.
    Possibly the new job will not be 100% aligned with the job desc that was put during the LC.

    Do any one can help me guide what are my options?

    I am not a Lawyer, just advising based on my knowledge / experience:

    You can certainly change job (Since you have EAD, I am assuming here that you have approved I-140 and filed for I-485 for more than 180 days). AC-21 (its a law) allows you to port your job when you have approved I-140 and I-485 is filed for more than 180 days.

    The job has to be "same or similar" need not be same. The word "same or similar" is not defined in the law, but you can use O*Net classification. The O*Net classification is the code under which your labor petition was filed. Then use O*net website to see the proposed job you are looking at is similar to the O*Net classification your labor was filed for. Its little bit confusing how to use O*Net but if you Google AC-21 you will find enough literature / articles posted by lawyers. Better yet, one of the IV member have wrote whole blog on that (you would have to find that, as I don't remember).

    The new job don't need to be restricted within geographic area where your original labor was filed for (you can work anywhere in the USA).

    The new employer is not required to prove ability to pay.

    There is no upword salary restriction, but if the pay difference is significant then USCIS may take a look at it in detail just to verify that the new job falls within "same or similar" category.

    You will have to find a good lawyer (you can do yourself as well) to write AC-21 letter to USCIS. I have seen people suggesting that you don't have to do that, USCIS may never get that into your file. If they you don't send AC-21 letter or it never gets to your file, they will send you RFE to prove that you still have "same or similar" job offer. They may also send you NOID or deny your case, but you can file motion to reopen (obviously using a qualified attorney) and they will most probably approve your case.

    And finally, your existing employer can't revoke your approved I-140 (if its over 180 days).

    Hopefully this is helpful!


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  • paskal
    06-24 09:24 PM
    In case of filing for a spouse (wife or husband) and dependent children, form I-764 clearly ask to provide evidence. Atleast most recent year Tax Returns are REQUIRED as per the form. My attorney updated me to present additional 2 years of federal tax returns (not the state) as well, which are optional. Remember these are REQUIRED alongwith W2s or 1099s.

    i think you mean I-864
    correct me if i'm wrong but we do not need to file this form, read the instructions on this link on who needs to file this form, an EB petitioner is not mentioned anywhere i can find:


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  • VivekAhuja
    06-20 07:09 PM
    Yes....you can do all those.... even though I cannot see a DESPERATE reason to "shift" to H1-B or to be in the country on H1-B when your actually work status is infact H1-B (even if enetered on AP) and your immigration status is parolee.

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  • obviously
    11-06 10:00 PM
    Dear Friends,

    It is great to see so much momentum in writing letters to elected officials. May I suggest that those impacted by retrogression/backlogs take an extra effort to articulate the issues and focus on differentiating it from the H1-B issues.

    Here are some ways to frame 'thought provoking' discussions regarding retrogression:

    Start off by stating in your letter that you are a non-US Citizen and non-Permanent Resident, currently in the Legal Immigration Queue!!

    - In a country where there can be no legal bias on the basis of one's country of origin, why do we tolerate artificial quotas and restrictions during the legal immigration process based on country of origin?
    - In an economy known for its dynamism and pace, where meritrocracy and hard work alone matter in principle, partly shored up by its hire and fire policy, granting Green Cards expeditously only enables them to more fully participate in the dynamic economy.
    - In a country known for constant innovation and change, where the Top 10 firms of 50 years ago are so very different from the Top 10 firms of today, not enabling value-added immigration by highly skilled workers will only prevent such exponential innovation in the next 50 years.

    - In a global economy where knowledge work can be done at any place where you have high speed networks, delays in granting Green Cards to highly skilled workers within the US only risks them and their high tax-paying jobs moving to other countries; including India, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore etc..
    - From a public policy perspective, the time delay effect of not implementing a forward-looking policy in this regard will only inhibit economic growth because good ideas, able workers and creative capital finds its natural level over time. If the unreasonable backlogs continue for a foreseeable future, it is the US economy that will suffer in the long term because people and ideas will find a welcome home in other countries.
    - Seeking resolution to the retrogression issue is neither a claim of entitlement or social promotion. It is requesting fairness, equity and reasonableness for those that respected the law and sought legal immigration through hard work and economic value-addition.
    - Recapturing unused visa numbers does not create a net addition to the immigrant worker pool. In fact, it only creates a more mobile workforce, that can seek higher paying jobs, and in return contribute through taxes and social security.
    - Ignoring the retrogression issue, would at one level, amount to gross injustice to citizens of countries that are democratic allies of the US.

    Let us list out factual, cause-effect statements of non-resolution and hope that Congressional staffers will present these 'bullet points' in front of lawmakers.

    I would urge everyone to send a personal email/ message.

    1. Start off the email/message saying that you would like to share your pain points and perspectives so that the lawmakers can better learn about your interests, and that you hope that they will be sympathetic enough to come to the aid of legal high tax paying workers, and their respective employers.
    2. Be frank and honest about the pains that you face due to retrogression - e.g. wife unable volunteer/seek work, unable to travel to other countries, unable to seek higher paying jobs, unable to grow professionally, unable to plan personal lives and investments, unable to live the American Dream, unable to move across State lines, unable to quell spouse's frustrations in being under 'house arrest', unable to feel the true freedom of this country, unable to maximize your value to the economy ... and other struggles and sacrifices
    3. Take each of the above points and customize it to fit your needs
    4. Close the email with a note to the effect that you would like to constantly remind the lawmakers that in their constituency, in this great democracy, in this meritrocratic economy, the current policies have created a slew of issues and hardships on professional and personal fronts due to the state of limbo.
    5. Remind the audience that retrogression is an issue of 'backlogging' and is separate from the H1-B issue.
    6. Remind them that not long ago, the Civil Rights movement started on the rather simple premise of ensuring that each and every man, woman and child in this country could live free and keep this nation free and make this a better world. The need for legal immigrants of the 21st century is no different in that you have a class of artificially segregated society that is unable to break free of its shackles of artificial quotes and arbitrary waiting times ... for no fault or folly of the person except that they dared to dream that they can live the Great American Dream.
    7. Seeking resolution is not something to be ashamed or afraid about, and it definitely is not about 'guest workers not wanting to go back'. There is a legal process for guest workers to seek permanent residency and as applicants in the process, you are only seeking fair, judicious and expeditious resolution to backlogs and artificial 'hold backs'. This is a nation of immigrants and if one went back three to four generations, you would find stories of brave, bold believers that sought out the New World. Legal immigration is the modern Ellis Island. An entrance to the land of the brave, the land of the free.

    Please, please take a moment to send out messages so that this features on their radar. Keep the messages professional, yet personable. Don't harrass or 'name call' anyone or any constituent in the messages. Our job should be to highlight the pain point, let us leave the resolution in their capable hands.

    There are 1000's of members in IV. If each member seriously committed to sending just 1 message, chances are that we would be reaching ALL the elected members.

    Remember, you can come back here and rant and rave as much as you want; or pontificate or predict about the issues. None of that makes a difference as much as your ability to challenge current beliefs and turn the tide in your favor through constant, consistent communication to lawmakers.

    It's your turn... with the elections coming to close tomorrow, NOW is the time to set things right. Go ahead, please, I beg each one of you, make a commitment to send A Personal Message of Pain(AMAW)


    P.S. I would not recommend the 'Message A Week' from one person. I meant to say, if each of us took time to send 1 message each, over the next couple of weeks, together, we would end up having at least 1 message a week from this constituent body reach lawmakers and their offices. Please DO NOT flood them with messages every week, from the same person. This would waste their time and not be respectful of their attention. Again, just 1 message per person with all the points in there, would be helpful.

    09-16 04:38 PM

    So, bottom line is CIR will pass after health care. But, I'll not bet too much on provisions for 'legal immigrants'. Since we are the only dog bone that 'Donkeys' have got to gain any required support for CIR. We need to work hard to get our provisions on the first draft and do everything possible to be included in the final version of the bill.

    My ramblings anyways....

    You are right on target....EB2/3 reform is the only bone that CIR lobby has to get
    support for CIR. And they will hold EB2/3 reform hostage till that time.

    11-29 08:21 AM
    Hello ,

    Im currently living in USA , came by tourist visa for 6 months , tomorrow was my experitation date , but my father company in south america filled a petition for me under the L1-B here in the united states. We create a new company here to be the subsidiary and the idea is to get the visa so I can stay here and do the work for the the company.

    My question is , what posibilities are the USCIS can approve or deny my petition?

    Here is the info about the parent company with the us branch :

    Automotive sales , service of authorized delaer of Jeep Chrysler and Doge .
    My job was manage the import area for auto parts being purchased in usa to be imported to the parent company.

    I do not carry profesional degrees however i was in the payroll of the company since 1998.
    I grew up in the company during the yearsd and scale in different titles till get the Import general manager title.

    My job here basically will be perfom the auto parts inspection , purchased from provides in the usa , pay providers and take care of the business financial accounts.

    Is this sufficient to get an approval? or it can be rejected?
    We got asked a lot of documents and payrolls from parent company and so , but Im no sure if this petition is consisent to be approved since i do not have the profesional degree and I dont really see this work can be done for someone american here.

    Then there is another issue realated with me , My petiton was submitted days ago and It suppoused i got an extension while the USCIS review my petition , however , 2 days ago my husband intent to come over the usa to visit me and his child and he had problems in inmigration at port of entry he was locked in a room for several hours and finally he got rejected , he could communicate with me over the phone to le me know what was going on , and he told me inmigration already knew I was here and the y saw my extension but they said they will come to check on me since my status was close to expire , so the said they know everything about my entry cuz they checked on the data base and so , now i want to know , this situation can be an issue to got a L1-B denial? I mean coudl the officers from the CBP write a note about me , since they got all my info , address and so?

    Im really confused , I dont know is i will get an extension removal or what and If i willg et or not an L1-B visa , but since my husband have been banned to come to usa for several years I dont really see the point to get the visa , but some payments have been made by my parent company in south america , so I dont really know what to do , without knowing what status would i get since now.

    How many time does the USCIS take to approve or deny a visa? my petition was submitted on friday.... my expiration date is tomorrow 29 may 2010 ... do i have to leave the country then? the attorney in charge said i was covered but after this problem with my husband im not so sure I really need another opinion .. thank you!
    L1 Visa is for intra-company transfer of an employee based outside the US to a location within US.

    To do so:
    - A company must have a legitimate foreign business presence and should be able to prove its existence and legitimate business operations
    - The person being transferred should have been a genuine employee of the foreign location of the company for at least 1 year within the immediate three years of the Visa petition
    - The company must have a legitimate business operation already in existence in the US - the location to which the foreign employee is proposed to be transferred
    - The company should be able to show the need for the specific expertise that the proposed individual brings to the position in the US, which cannot be obtained otherwise from the US labor market at the prevailing wage rate for the position
    - The company should be in a sound financial position, to be able to afford and pay the salaries proposed for the individual

    All the above conditions are scrutinized very carefully and evidence sought to substantiate them in case of any doubt by USCIS. They usually also evaluate if the US operations have been established primarily to be used as an immigration vehicle

    So, if your application is very clear cut on all of these points, then at least you might have some chance.

    There could be other criteria that USCIS looks for, which I am not aware of (since I am not a lawyer or have any direct experience of L1 filing).

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