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  • abhijitp
    07-08 10:52 AM

    I loved it. If I am right, this is posted by an IV core team member.

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  • Dhundhun
    07-19 05:55 PM
    I think remove "cruel" word from title.

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  • sanjay
    09-19 03:03 PM
    Ok, I've seen a lot of threads about go to the rally, actions items, I've reading a lot of guys saying dont ask for your receipt status, dont waste your time etc, etc.

    Yes we did the rally we were great with all those signs, and appearing in the Indy TV but...

    Question remains open:

    1. When are they going to increase the GC quota?
    2. When congress id going to do something?

    I've the feeling that that's it we made our point but we are still with no GC, waiting receipts..............

    Things don't happen so soon, and that too with law makers. Our purpose of rally was to bring awareness in media, public and Lawmakers. and in that part I think we did reasonably good. Now, things are into Law makers hands and it may take time to resolve immigration system, as its been screwed from decades.

    Keep your hopes alive and just wait and watch. There's nothing we can do more.

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  • gsc999
    10-12 10:15 AM
    May I ask what was your contribution to make a difference?
    Did you expect president Bush to come out in the rally and distribute green cards to all present? If you did, come back to reality...
    On a similar note, I kept reminding people at the DC rally to take it easy and walk slowly because the greencard office had closed early that day and they wouldn't get their GCs at the rally finish line, what was the hurry about? :)

    Or is there a need to change the IV strategy and leadership?
    What is the cause, people?
    Viva: We had a conference call for the Nor. Cal. chapter yesterday, there are some leadership positions available, I take this opportunity to offer you a position of your choosing. Join the Nor. Cal. yahoo group and talk to us. Talking "at" us won't solve this issue. We value your feedback but you don't have any right to discredit the hard work and sincere effort of more than thirty people who flew from California and thousands of IVer who attended the rally. If you are really serious about this matter than join us. I promise, together we can achieve success.


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  • andy garcia
    08-22 10:14 PM
    Looks like this needs correction.Labors expire after 180 days from approval date after July 16th.
    Read on page 4

    Labor certifications approved on or after July 16, 2007, will expire 180 days from their date of issue, unless filed prior to expiration with the DHS in support of a Form I-140 immigrant petition for an alien worker.

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  • seahawks
    08-10 12:41 AM
    I don't care about LS. Almost all cases I know are fraud. Sometimes 2 guys got GCs on same labor(since they were not asking Original LC). Thank god USCIS banned LS.

    God Bless USCIS for banning LS.

    As much I understand LS has let people jump in line, it was a provision that was available for people to seek green card legally. We in IV do not differentiate on members on what methods or case scenarios they use or have used to obtain a Green Card. We need all our energies to be focussed to support IV initiatives. We need to refrain from any language that introduces confusion or division within the community. Even though "freedom of speech" or opinions are encouraged, we absolutely cannot say anything we want and get away with it in a common forum, can we?:)


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  • EndlessWait
    07-27 01:25 PM
    In that case, we can have third application ready!

    but invalidate the other 2..can they do that?

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  • Green.Tech
    06-27 03:36 PM
    using a flash is ok, just be careful if you wear glasses (you might need some retakes before you get it right). and turn on red eye removal. 3.2 mp for the size (2x2) of picture is good enough.. Even 1 mp is good enough if you are zooming in to take pictures. but if you are cropping a 1 mp picture to take out surroundings, its better to use 2mp plus camera.

    When using a flash you get harsher shadows, to counter that have light source both from left right and top and do the picture in daytime with atleast some natural light. Remember stand atleast 2 feet away from the white background.

    Flash results specially in home environment without proper lighting won't be good at nighttime unless you use multiple synchronised flash guns.

    I guess the other persons remark regarding flash may be related to lighting / over exposures/ shadows. (make sure you wipe your face if you have oily skin - no kidding )

    In the end if you really want to make your pictures look good and per specifications go to a portrait studio.

    Thanks Oldmonk for the detailed reply! I appreciate it.


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  • Lasantha
    06-19 02:19 PM
    Get a approval notice for I-140 and file I-485 urself, if I-140 not approved then get the receipt number and file urself

    But he still needs the Employer Verification Letter from his employer. :(

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  • imm_pro
    06-12 08:29 PM
    A hearing today illustrates why tech groups are blocked on this issue

    June 12, 2008 (Computerworld) WASHINGTON -- When U.S. Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) led a U.S. House hearing today on bills that would make it easier for highly educated foreign tech workers to stay in the U.S., she had almost everything she needed to make her case. Underscore the word almost.

    At the hearing, Lofgren's legislative effort was backed by the leading professional engineering group, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE-USA); the Semiconductor Industry Association; and an academic group, the Association of International Educators.

    What Lofgren didn't have was the support of everyone on her Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship and Refugees, Border Security and International Law.

    "I think we should give the high-tech industry the innovators they need," said fellow committee member Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.). But what do lawmakers tell foreign workers who labor on farms and apply pesticides -- that "you're not really smart?"

    Gutierrez called farm workers "just as critical and relevant to the innovation of that industry" as tech workers are to IT innovation. And he urged the committee to take a "holistic approach" to immigration so that the most vulnerable "are not stigmatized by actions of the Congress."

    Gutierrez' argument encapsulated why efforts to raise the caps on H-1B visas and green cards face a difficult time in Congress. Last year's failed attempt at immigration reform has turned the issue into an all-or-nothing fight for many lawmakers, which has so far stymied efforts by tech groups to win support for expanding the H-1B cap. The outlook for Lofgren's effort is uncertain at best.
    She recently introduced three bills intended to make it easier for U.S. firms to hire graduates of U.S. universities who earn a degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. One bill, HR 6039, would exclude these graduates from the annual 140,000 limit on skills-based employment visas. A companion bill was introduced earlier this month in the Senate by Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Judd Gregg (R-N.H.).

    In response to Gutierrez' argument, Edward Sweeney, who chairs the Semiconductor Industry Association's Semiconductor Workforce Strategy Committee and is vice president of worldwide human resources at National Semiconductor Corp., said his industry is dealing right now with the loss of "job creating talent."

    Every day, said Sweeney, foreign graduates are returning home, where they create jobs "to compete against us." Gutierrez countered by describing the threat of deportation or the risk of jail facing an undocumented worker in a meatpacking plant.

    Stating the case for the IEEE was Lee Colby, an electrical engineer and 36-year employee of Hewlett-Packard Co. who now runs his own circuit design consulting company. "At this point, it's difficult to get enough engineers in the United States to staff our research and development labs," said Colby, calling that situation "somewhat pitiful."

    He continued: "We definitely need talent from overseas to correct this situation."

    The only person on the panel called to testify in opposition was Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, who argued that highly skilled workers are not really that highly skilled.

    "Contrary to the claims of the lobbyists, these workers aren't necessarily the best and brightest," said Krikorian, citing a study by Norman Matloff, a computer science professor at the University of California at Davis.

    But Sweeney said the semiconductor industry applies for up to 4,000 green card workers a year and he said those workers, many with masters degrees and above, "are crucial" to product research. "They are making north of $100,000 a year," he said.


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  • Winner
    06-17 11:01 AM
    My wife had to go to Canada to get her H1B revalidated before she travelled to India. At that time, we could get an appointment in Chennai consulate only after two months, but she had to travel sooner than that. We had to spend around $1500 for airfare/lodging and other expenses to just to get the stamping.

    Also, the lost wages for 3 days.

    If this process is really beneficial to USA in terms of security etc, we certainly have to do this, but I don�t see why the same procedure can be done inside USA instead of travelling to a foreign country.

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  • Life2Live
    07-07 06:46 PM
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  • pappu
    11-21 11:04 PM
    Dude nothing will happen, this was lost and last battle.

    The problem is us, yes "us". Most of us come to check whats on the website and then make sure we stay abreast with it. No one wants to work etc mile except making stupid phone calls and sending faxes.


    All the people who got EAD's act as if " I don't care now, I got EAD " I have spoken to few Indians and this has been their response.All these suckers are good for what? You all got EAD, congrats you sit on your bud and wait for years. We all have seen how the bulletin is working.

    Illegals are better than us at least they are united and they are actively involved.

    We need the IV core team and the administrator to guide some big rally's. Guys nothing will happen until we are bold about our intentions.
    I noticed everyone comes up with their different ideas, but no one works to implement it. We need to stand together and do something big, when was the last time we had a big rally?

    And how many people actually showed up? Desi's wants everything fast and free.
    One of the reasons friends of mine from IV have left being disappointed.

    Yes 2007 was a milestone for a few people, but a disaster for people like us, who had PD in 07, had July fiasco not happened we could have seen some positive movement, rather being put on a swing ------------------ go front----------------------- go back.

    So all the junior and new members until you guys quantitatively plan something big and real, nothing will happen. We all have our own problems, life in America is not simple, but in order for us to accomplish something we all need to unite and do something big, the problem is lately IV thinks too much and has less of ACTION

    All new members need to take a more active role in order to succeed and continue this effort for a long time for future immigrants.

    I do not think having an EAD is a cause of inaction. It is more about having confidence in the effort that their effort will truly help them and everyone else like them. They can get confidence only when they get involved and get in the thick of things and see for themselves how things work. I have heard people calling USCIS every other day finding their status if they just get an LUD. People take infopass just to find out their name check status. So why can't these people make calls to lawmakers and take an appointment to meet their lawmakers.

    Until some time back people were by and large afraid to even write to lawmaker offices. But when their case was stuck in namechecks, they wrote to everyone including WH. So why cant we write letters during an action item? We need to think like a community and not as an individual in need of a greencard. An individual cannot achieve anything alone but a voice of thousands can do a lot.

    We should feel happy that there is an immigration voice that is a voice of this community. It is not a lawyer forum created for a lawyer's publicity or a forum managed by any business interest to make profit off this community. The aim here is to get people relief from their immigration problems and IV resources are utilized for the community. People need to adopt IV as their place to go for all immigration related discussions and data from IV tracker and visit this site more often and try to get involved. Remember that just by visiting this site frequently, you are helping this effort in some ways.

    Until IV was there, people were scared to post freely about employers, lawyers, USCIS, lawmakers etc. People were not willing to come out in the open with their real names for some unknown fear. But when Immigration voice came, everyone starting gaining confidence and did not have any fear. You can see that from the kind of posts we see these days on the forums. Such posts never existed 2 years ago.

    This in itself is an achievement for immigration voice and this community. We have generated so much awareness about this cause that never existed few years ago. Legal immigration was only about H1B quota. After the sucess of July I485 filings last year we were able to get the 2 year EAD rule this year due to the admin fixes campaign . So let us not measure our successes and failture with a bill. There is a lot else we have acheived in the last couple of years.

    We can look forward to a lot more if we all continue to work positively and involve more people in this effort and on this website.

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  • Pegasus503
    02-20 06:46 PM
    The damn thing was taken down before I could save it. Did anyone save the file?

    The link just worked for me

    I saved it as a pdf and doc, but the upload keeps failing so here's the text:

    Office of Communications

    Questions & Answers

    February 20, 2008


    Q. How has USCIS changed its national security reporting and adjudication requirements?

    A. USCIS has not changed its background check policies as those policies related to naturalization applications. Recently, the agency did modify its existing guidance for applications where the immigration laws allow for the detention and removal of individuals if actionable information from a FBI name check response is received after approval. For these types of applications, including applications for lawful permanent residence, the adjudicators will approve the application if it is otherwise approvable and the FBI name check request has been pending for more than 180 days. No application for lawful permanent residence will be approved until a definitive FBI fingerprint check and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check are completed and resolved favorably.

    Q. Why is this policy being implemented?

    A. This policy change is in response to a 2005 DHS Inspector General recommendation that USCIS align its background check screening policies with those of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    Q. Is this policy consistent with the national security priorities of USCIS and the Department of Homeland Security?

    A. Yes. No application for lawful permanent residence will be approved until a definitive FBI fingerprint check and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check are completed and resolved favorably. In addition, in the unlikely event that DHS receives actionable information after the application is approved, it will initiate removal proceedings. Lastly, in general these individuals have been in the United States for some time and have previously been subjected to DHS background checks.

    Q. What applications are affected by this policy change?

    A. Applications included in this policy are:
    • I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status;
    • I-601, Application for Waiver of Ground of Inadmissibility;
    • I-687, Application for Status as a Temporary Resident Under Section 245A of the Immigration and Nationality Act; and
    • I-698, Application to Adjust Status from Temporary to Permanent Resident (Under Section 245A of Public Law 99-603).

    Q. How many applications for lawful permanent residence are affected by this policy change?

    A. USCIS is currently aware of approximately 47,000 applications for permanent residence (I-485) cases that are otherwise approvable but for the fact that an FBI name check is pending. In a subset of these case, the FBI name check request that been pending for more than 180 days. USCIS anticipates that the majority of the cases that are subject to this policy modification will be processed by mid-March 2008.

    Q. Does this policy change affect naturalization applications?

    A. No. There is no change in the requirement that FBI name check, FBI fingerprint and IBIS check results be obtained and resolved prior to the adjudication of an Application for Naturalization (N-400),

    Q. How long will it take for USCIS to work through these cases affected by the policy change?

    A. USCIS has begun identifying the cases affected by this policy modification in each field office and service center. Each office will evaluate the pending cases and will adjust their workload accordingly. USCIS anticipates that the majority of the cases that are subject to this policy modification will be processed by mid-March 2008. We recommend that customers wait until mid-March before inquiring about their cases. This will allow each office sufficient time to identify and adjudicate pending cases.

    Q. USCIS Director Gonzalez pledged in his January 17, 2008, testimony regarding naturalization backlogs before Congress not to cut corners in the adjudicative process or risk national security in the interest of production? Does this policy comply with the Director’s pledge?

    A. Yes. There is no change in the requirement that FBI name check, FBI fingerprint and IBIS check results be obtained and resolved prior to the adjudication of an Application for Naturalization (N-400), For those applications for permanent residence that are affected by this policy modification, no application will be approved until a definitive FBI fingerprint check and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check are completed and resolved favorably. USCIS will continue to initiate the FBI name check requests upon receipt of the applications and will review, monitor and track cases approved under this policy until the FBI name check is complete. In the unlikely event that DHS receives actionable information after the application is approved, it will initiate removal proceedings.

    Q. The memorandum identifies I-485, I-601, I-687 and I-698 forms. Is there a plan to include other forms, specifically nonimmigrant and naturalization, in this policy?

    A. No.

    Q. Should customers contact USCIS through the 1-800 customer service number or make an INFOPASS appointment to visit their local office if they believe their application meets the criteria of this new policy?

    A. We recommend that customers wait until mid-March before inquiring about cases affected by this policy modification. This will allow each office sufficient time to identify and adjudicate the relevant pending cases. If no action is taken by mid-March, we recommend inquiring with the USCIS customer service line at 1-800-375-5283.

    Q10. Will USCIS automatically notify an applicant to appear at an Application Support Center if their fingerprints have expired?

    A10. Applicants will be notified through an appointment notice if new/updated fingerprint checks are needed.

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  • sats123
    06-19 04:25 PM
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  • Jaime
    08-31 04:32 PM
    Media always narrates and presents it in a form where the commoner can understand, it needs spice.

    Let us hope that we get more media attention and people start listen to us.

    That’s the key hereGuys, this article is 100% correct. There are about 1 million people stuck at various stages of the green card process, H-4 dependents cannot work, and H-1Bs cannot get salary raises. Don't detract from such a good and accurate article.


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    12-20 10:50 AM
    At least some good news are arriving prior to the X'mas holiday! :p
    This might have a huge impact on people who held a H4 b4 switching to H1B!

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  • new2gc
    05-12 01:21 PM
    Hope they don't pass this bill and kick us back by 5 Years.

    I don't see a relation between Obama saying ..... Cisco, Intel, Ebay started by Immigrants and DREAM. Those Immigrants he is referring to are from India/China and DREAM are from Mexico.
    Am i missing something here?

    Nothing but election stunt....trying for another trap.

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  • diptam
    07-02 04:02 PM
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    Photo - $10
    USPS Express Mailing - $20
    Birth Cert from NY Consulate - $20
    Visit to NY Consulate from Boston - $110
    1 day off for Birth Certificate - $400
    Origina Birth Cert Affidavit (From India) - $10
    Misc - $80

    Plus the emotional distress and Pain i'm bearing continuously....

    04-02 05:10 PM
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    05-22 03:53 PM
    Its funny that we tried so hard to stay legal. Now we trying very hard to find out ways to become illegal.

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