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  • ss_col
    01-31 10:07 AM
    Voted and forwarded to friends to vote. You cannot vote twice as someone had earlier suggested.

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    07-14 08:47 AM
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  • smartboy75
    10-23 03:44 PM
    Finally my attorney from the previous company has received the withdrawal notice for my H1B with that company. The attorney also said that this was in response to the withdrawal request that the company has filed with USCIS after I left them.
    Just the same way I had mentioned a couple of days before....

    Thanks for sharing the info.


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  • rbalaji5
    01-30 04:36 PM
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    07-30 12:32 AM
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  • gc_dega_gandhigiri
    07-18 06:03 PM
    "USCIS�s announcement today allows anyone who was eligible to apply under Visa Bulletin No.107 a full month�s time to do so. Applications already properly filed with USCIS will also be accepted."

    This clearly says applications already filed will also be accepted. So this means anyone who filed between July 2nd and 17th will not be rejected.

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  • gandhig
    06-23 10:35 AM
    My husband and I have called Congressmen Baca and Gutierrez's offices


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  • sk2006
    03-10 09:50 PM
    One of the IV members has requested me to post this info.
    He contacted his senator to get the total number of pending EB apps for India.

    Please see the response from the senator in the following link. It has pending applications by category.

    Did the Senator have to pay $5000 to USCIS to setup a computer and write a computer program to retrieve this info? :D :D

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  • prince_waiting
    12-11 03:02 PM
    Left a message which pointed out the fact that around 500000 highly skilled immigrants are waiting to buy a house (median price 250000) resulting in 12.5 billion USD worth business being conducted.


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  • Hassan11
    03-14 12:46 PM
    please vote on poll here
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  • RollingStone12
    04-24 11:26 AM
    There is no dearth of MORONs here. Here's another one. First Moron snathan asked me for website one may ask why? just because my handle was similar to somebody's.. Now this Moron RollingStone12 thinks i am PlainSpeak for reasons only moron can come up with and is asking for address. I doubt if he will be willing to 125 St Harlem.. but you never know he might just because he is a complete MORON... so I am scared to give out my address :p

    YOU two will make a greate MORON DUO

    Again you win....I dont have the capability to fight with a go back to your hole, take a pill and sleep and come back as PlainSpeak.


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  • insbaby
    11-03 05:27 PM
    Only 582 people waiting. Why can't USCIS approve all of them over night? :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

    EB3 - 2006

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  • Green.Tech
    06-05 11:11 PM
    IV is the only organization that has come forward for the plight of the highly skilled community.

    These bills are the closest we have come to the recognition of legal immigration as a whole.

    If you can't recognize and seize this opportune moment even now, when will you?


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  • gkebiz
    01-15 01:06 PM
    Correct Link:

    Or loginto and search for "Immigration..."

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  • GCVivek
    03-29 02:51 PM

    It looks like your post has met with resentment on the forum. Let's look at it openly and see if you have a case here.

    1. The company gave you the i-797 to come the the USA which means they applied for you with USCIS.
    2. They said they had a job for you. USCIS checked with DOL and agreed and approved the application. At this point you are their probatory employee.
    3. Do you have any documentation (on legal letter head) showing the the company (employer) asked you to report to work on a certain day? If yes, positive!
    4. You said you paid H1B fees. How did you do that from your home country? This is a negative since you broke the law.
    5. You land here, assuming on a good estimated date based on when you were asked to report for work. Now, the employer (company) does not have a job for you. This is totally fine in the eyes of USCIS/DOL and US Law.
    6. The only responsibility of the employer is to now to pay for the cheapest air fare (if air required) to send you back to your country.

    Ofcourse, filing a lawsuit can be done even if you are not here but being here obviously helps A LOT when fighting such a case. However, chances of quick resolve=30%. Chances that you will win= 20%

    The reasons are simple and outlined above. Sorry but your chances are slim. :(

    Came to USA on H1B, paid for the H1B fees(at that time didn't know it was illegal to do so)
    however after coming here , Paid for my own ticket and landed here on start of january 2011.

    Confirmed my arrival to the employer too. Since my leaving the home country there has not been any mail correspondence from the employer , though i have been writing many. Talked to him over the phone and he said he wasn't responsible for my arrival as he doesn't have any project for me. Waited to get another job as a H1B TXFR but stuck with trnsfrs issues due to non availablity of paystubs from him.

    I never reported to work as he said dont come to office, dont have any paystubs, but have all my H1B papers , I97 and Employment offer from that consultant. I have decided to leave back to my home country but not before reporting this blood sucker to DOL.

    I need to clarify a few things before i nail these blood suckers

    1. How long before i board my flight back home , should i send the documents to DOL

    2. I have the originals of H1B filing and LCA and I94, are they rquired in originals
    or copy to send to DOL

    3. What other documents should i send alongwith

    4. Do you think my case will get weaker if iam not here ? As i am flying back to my home country.

    5. I dont want these suckers to go scott free, so how to build my case here , can i ask the DOL to recover my wages for 4 months i wasnt getting paid.

    I do not care if i get any wages or not from them , but i really wanna see the locks on the gates of this company. They shouldn't take H1B and its applicant for scapegoats.

    Any advices are welcome to help me bring these guys to justice.


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  • bklog_sufferer
    06-07 08:59 AM
    Well said logiclife, I can't agree with you anymore and must say that I thoroughly enjoy reading your posts.:)

    Is immigration a right? ABSOLUTELY.

    Well, over the past few months we have heard a lot of sound bites like �Immigration is a privilege, not a right�. �We are a country of immigrants but we are also a country of laws.� We will see about that in moment when we look at history and find out how lawful immigration has historically been.

    Let�s focus on one thing sorely missing from our community: The sense of entitlement.

    A lot of employment based immigrants in this country, legally here, on H1, L1, J1 etc. have asked themselves, �What right do I have to ask for change in laws or relief from congress? I am not even a citizen. Lobby congress? As an alien? Are you kidding me? Do you want to get deported? Do you realize you are going �against� the Government?�

    Therein comes the lack of sense of entitlement.

    First of all, legally speaking, there is no distinction between the constitutional rights of citizens and the constitutional rights of those who are non-citizens � legal or illegal. (Non-citizens are also called �aliens�, but I refrain from using that word whenever I remember coz none of us look like characters of Star Wars and we are not green-headed animals with 6 limbs, so I don�t consider myself an alien just because I was born somewhere else on the same planet).

    Second of all, as a person within the jurisdiction of the United States, the first amendment actually prohibits the congress from making any laws against stated rights � one of which is the right to petition the Government for redress of grievances. So not only its legal to do what we are doing, it unconstitutional to pass a law to make it illegal for us to petition (or lobby, advocate, litigate) government for a redress of grievances. And that first amendment isn�t changing, coz to change it, its going to need two-thirds of US congress and three-fourths of states to back it. And we all know, how lucky we are to have 51 senators agree on the fact that sun rises from the east.

    Earned Right or Birthright?

    The fact that you are here and you are here legally and working with the system to earn immigration is something you should be proud of. Not guilty of. If you treat yourself as guests, the government will treat you like a guest. I would rather treat myself two times the citizen. Why, coz it simply much harder to earn a citizenship than to be born into it. I believe that not only we deserve fair and speedy immigration, but also when we do become citizens we should have the privilege to give two votes in elections. Now, I am not trying to display chutzpah here. I am going to back up my claim with reason. See, a lot of us came here 5-10 years ago with almost no money. Many of us never received any formal education in America. However, we have been able to survive and keep a job in this country, even during the stock market crash of 2001 and the economic recession after that. No small feat. We are the last ones to leave the office at night (Actually, that is true for both legal and illegal workers, coz the legal computer programmer is still coding Java at 7:00 PM while the illegal janitor starts vacuuming the office). We relocate across states as-if its relocating 2 traffic lights away. We adapt to different employers, we adapt to all employers. And all these without driving down the wages. Yes, it�s true. We don�t depress the wages and we don�t steal jobs and the labor certification is designed to prevent that and it�s working. We all know how great its working and how intense the process is, especially those who are stuck in Philly and Dallas backlog creation centers.

    So, to sum it up, we have twice to right to petition the government for a redress of grievances, twice the right to everything. It�s an earned right, not a birthright. Our natural instinct should be to exercise the rights we have earned. If we cannot do it now, we are not going to really make anything out of citizenship of Greencard that we are pursuing.

    And coming back to the sound bites about privileges and �Nation of laws� coming out of Washington today, let me say this: The pilgrims, who dropped anchor near Cape Cod in 1620 didn�t go through a port of entry and get their passports stamped and their I-94s stapled. I don�t think the Indians were waiting at the coast of Virginia to stop immigrants. They just came. And they settled. And they called it home. No priority dates. No visa bulletins.

    So you see, what really matters here is whether you feel you are entitled to something or not. If you don�t feel entitled to a fair immigration process that does justice to those who seek legal ways to immigration, then you probably aren�t entitled. To ask for something, you must first believe that you deserve it. And to show that you deserve it, you must ask it loudly and clearly from rooftops. Don�t predict visa bulletins, but work to change and influence the visa bulletin 6 months from now. And no, you wont be deported for exercising that constitutional right.

    �Our ancestors ... possessed a right, which nature has given to all men, of departing from the country in which chance, not choice has placed them.�

    � Thomas Jefferson (1743�1826, 3d President of the United States, author of the Declaration of Independence)

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  • whoever
    02-12 05:19 PM
    maybe tomorrow, and if not then maybe friday the 16th. anyway, if you are eb3 india, it wont move. maybe eb3 india and of course others will move in april 07 bulletin.

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  • giddu
    07-14 12:33 PM

    Digg it! pplications

    09-15 04:33 PM
    When I call NSC they tell there status says whatever is on website, Only thing she did opened SR. And I have not heard anything on that....I took info pass ...same thing...The lady on NSC says she can not even see my Priority Date ..

    I call 1-800-375-5283....then I press 1 for english.....then option 2 .....Press 1

    02-11 12:39 PM
    There is some massive confusion here. The Immigration and Nationality Act also says the following for EB3

    (3) Skilled workers, professionals, and other workers
    (A) In general
    Visas shall be made available, in a number not to exceed 28.6 percent of such worldwide level, plus any visas not required for the classes specified in paragraphs (1) and (2), to the following classes of aliens who are not described in paragraph (2):
    -End Quote

    Read the term "Not to exceed 28.6 percent". So EB3 can't exceed 28.6 percent which means unused visas from EB2 cant all go to EB3. Since EB2 ROW is current, the unused EB2 visas should be coming to EB2 India & china as per AC21 law.. no?

    We shouldn't assume that USCIS is too dumb to follow the law..
    Read the term "Not to exceed 28.6 percent plus"That plus means EB3 total can exceed 28.6%..

    No.... USCIS is not dumb...They have interpreted the law in the way they think is appropriate....They are applying the over all 7% country cap to China/India EB2 and sending the overflow to EB3 ROW..... It is not fair but it is not exactly illegal...The law is open to interpretation and USCIS has chose to select this interpretation......You can take a crack at suing the USCIS.....I doubt that you would get anywhere......The EB2 India/China might benefit from the lawsuit....But as you know not all members would agree on IV spending resources on this lawsuit because this serves only a small section of member population.... At a personal level you can gather a few EB2 China India guys and have a crack at suing USCIS....

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