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  • eb3_nepa
    04-23 11:50 AM
    What about EB1s? Were they also Unavailable in the interim July 2- July 17 blackout period?




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  • help43
    09-12 05:09 PM
    Can any body tell me

    How much is the fee for H1-B Amendment + Premium Processing?


    EXTENSION OF OPT TIME THROUGH 10/1 FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH PENDING H1B APPLICATIONS


    Under prior law, the CIS already had authorization to extend the status of F1/OPT holders until the October 1st H1b start date (although notably they have chosen not to exercise this power in the last few years!). The extension available upon exercise of this power by the CIS, however, only extended status but did not extend work authorization. The extension that is now available under the new regulation just published, extends not only status but also work authorization through 10/1. This extension is automatic and no separate application is required.



    This regulation will work as anticipated by the CIS in subsequent years, however, there is a fatal flaw in the drafting as it pertains to this year’s H1b filings. As drafted, to be eligible for the automatic extension, the H1b application has to have been filed as an H1b change of status case. When filing an H1b petition, the form allows you to choose whether you want consular processing or a change of status with the USCIS. A change of status with the USCIS requires that you submit evidence that you have lawful status through the requested start date of 10/1/08. Most applicants who filed H1b applications under the 2009FY quota whose OPT grace period ends prior to 10/1/08, did not file their H1b applications with a change of status request because they were not eligible. Consequently, they are not eligible now for the new automatic extension. Currently, the only way to rectify this situation is through an amendment (and, the H1b cannot be amended until it is approved). Thus, the only people who will benefit from this extension are those whose OPT grace period already reached through 10/1 and now their work authorization has been extended to match, and those who filed their H1b applications incorrectly as a change of status application when they were not eligible. This issue has been raised with the USCIS by the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the USCIS is looking into the matter and has promised to address it. We will provide any updates on the situation as soon as it is available.

    Related link:http://www.infinitilaw.com/h1bnews.html

    Please explain me what is this about? I am totally Confused..... Is it something related to my case....

    My OPT is going to expire on DEC 29TH 2008.




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  • ashkam
    09-25 11:12 AM
    Good find - shows the plight of legal immigrants.

    A bit of nitpicking - actually the chart is underestimating the time for EmploymentBased / skilled immigrants wait - says 11-16 years to get citizenship sort of suggesting 16 years is the worst case scenario to get citizenship. Its a bit underestimate especially for people coming from India/China. I have seen many people (including me) on these forums who entered US "legally" ten years ago and still waiting for GC with no idea when they would finally get it. Some of them might finally get citizenship 20 years after entering the country "legally".

    On the whole it shows the reality of legal immigration and its waiting times.

    They are counting the time from when the green card process is started. Doesn't matter when you entered the US.




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  • techbuyer77
    07-16 10:11 AM
    If they accept people who didn't listen to govt annoucement and sent their applications and reject those who sincerely listened and obeyed, well all hell will break loose.I will sue USCIS personally(not a class action suit) and even sell my house to pay the lawyer fees.:mad:

    You are right! 100% Why people who follow all the rules are always screwed up and the ones who doesn't the government ALWAYS cut them some slack!

    It is like the CRI. I went thru the pain to work for YEARS on this GC and now people who got here illegally LAST YEAR will have GC and I still dont have mine (in the hipotetical case it ever passes, thanks God it didn't) It is not fair! what about all the money and time I spent to get here?

    The people who does not follow the rules should go at least to the endo of the line!



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  • rbalaji5
    02-09 04:12 PM
    Hi Bojja,

    Do I need a canadian visa to go to Canada.?.

    Thnx.




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  • TheCanadian
    01-02 02:18 AM
    Is there a good way to post swfs? We can zip them, but its nice to be able to see the entries quickly. Is there any place to post them externally so the security of the forum isn't compromised? I might be able to set up an uploader in the next week for the contest on my server if it would help.
    Imageshack hosts them last I checked.



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  • yabadaba
    06-25 06:40 AM
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  • Refugee_New
    04-08 11:58 AM
    I called the TSC IO a few times and finally it got cleared. Yes my PD is current and I wish the case gets assigned to some one soon.

    These IO's knows nothing and they talk all bullshit. They keep on changing the story whenever you call them. Thats what happened in my case.

    In Feb '08 my NC was pending
    Mid Feb' 08 NC cleared
    March 1st, NC pending
    March 15, NC cleard and good to go
    March 26, NC pending and waiting to be assigned to officer
    April4th, NC pending and still waiting to go to an officer.



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  • qualified_trash
    10-25 09:37 AM
    How long the old I-140 needs to be valid ? Should it be valid only until one gets the new I-140 cleared with the Old PD ? Or does it needs to be valid until the 485 is filed and status is adjusted ?
    should be valid preferably until you get your new I140 approved.




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  • eastindia
    05-14 02:15 PM
    Many blame immigration pressures for young man’s suicide - The Boston Globe (http://www.boston.com/news/education/k_12/articles/2010/05/10/many_blame_immigration_pressures_for_young_mans_su icide/)

    MARLBOROUGH � In the grief-stricken search for answers, one thing was clear: Gustavo Rezende had hit a wall. He had dreamed of joining the military, getting a driver�s license, and becoming an American citizen.

    But the 19-year-old Brazil native was in the country illegally, a hard fact that put his dreams out of reach.

    At Marlborough High School, he was popular, a talented artist. Then his friends went off to college and Rezende stayed behind, stocking bottles of soda at a sports complex. He got into trouble with the law and feared deportation to a country he hardly knew.

    On March 4, weeks before Rezende�s 20th birthday, police found him hanging from a tree in the woods near his house, next to Marlborough District Court.

    The stunning public act, within sight of court clerks and commuters, has shaken a community and triggered an anguished cry for help from his family and friends, who believe Rezende killed himself in despair over his immigration status.

    �He always said, �I�ve been here 11 years and I have no rights. . . . I have no right to a driver�s license, no right to continue studying, I have no rights to anything,��� said his mother, Deusuita, weeping on her couch, near an array of photographs of her son. She added, �I don�t want what happened to my son to happen to someone else.��

    Immigrant groups have invoked Rezende�s death in the heated debate over illegal immigration. They have increasingly been pushing for Congress to pass the Dream Act, federal legislation pending since 2001 that would allow immigrant youths to apply for legal residency if they arrived in the United States before they turned 16, lived here for five years, and enrolled in college or the military.

    �The story about Gustavo Rezende is one of the most compelling cases for immediate federal action to end suffering in our communities,�� said Kyle de Beausset, a 24-year-old activist who said he met last Sunday with Senator Scott Brown to urge him to support the legislation.

    Others say Rezende�s death should not factor into the debate, since nobody can say why he took his own life. Though friends and family said he often worried about his immigration status, he didn�t mention it in a note he left at home saying where they could find him.

    �It�s exploiting the dead,�� said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, which favors stricter controls over immigration. �You can�t second-guess that stuff because suicide is not a rational response that you can somehow adjust policy to address.��

    Colin Reed, a Brown spokesman, said the senator confirmed the meeting with de Beausset and would review the Dream Act. Reed said Brown told de Beausset that he favors streamlining the process for legal immigrants but remains opposed to amnesty for those here illegally.Continued...

    Health care workers say suicide is usually the result of more than one issue, such as undiagnosed depression, mental illness, or drug and alcohol problems. But, they say, undocumented youths may be at greater risk because they are ineligible for many programs that might help them.

    Rezende, nicknamed �Goose,�� was born in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso and came to the United States when he was 9 with his parents and younger sister on visas they later overstayed.

    In 2000, his mother applied for legal residency through work � she cooked for a Brazilian restaurant � but was denied, she said, because her boss was underpaying taxes. She vowed to continue trying, though her marriage ended because her husband wanted to go back to Brazil.

    �The kids didn�t want to go,�� she said. �They liked it here as if it were their country.��

    In Marlborough, a small city of tidy houses centered on two scenic lakes, Rezende grew from a chubby boy into a fit and charming teenager who loved to draw, listen to music, and hang out with friends. He and one of his best friends, Kyle Hedin, planned to open an animation company someday.

    During most of his schooling, Rezende did not face questions about his immigration status because a 1982 Supreme Court ruling allows undocumented students to attend public schools. But that protection ends after high school, making him ineligible for financial aid for college.

    Even before graduation, Rezende felt the pressure of his family�s predicament. He helped his mother clean offices at night, leaving little time for homework. He fell behind in school. When he was 17, police were called to his house after he argued with his sister and punched a hole in a door.

    After he graduated in 2008, he tried to find work at a supermarket and fast-food restaurants � but most turned him down because he didn�t have a green card. Finally, through a friend, he found work at an ice skating complex. He also got a part-time cleaning job.

    Kyle Hedin said Rezende wished he could have the same opportunities as his former classmates.

    �He always said, �These kids go to school. They go to college, and they complain about it and they don�t do anything worthwhile,� �� Hedin said. �He was saying he would trade shoes with them in a heartbeat.��

    In February, Marlborough police found Rezende trying to change a flat tire, while allegedly intoxicated. Police arrested him on misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence and driving without a license.

    The March 17 hearing in the case weighed on his mind. He had been caught with a fake driver�s license from Brazil, and his mother said he feared he would be deported.

    He had talked about suicide in the past, including in the weeks before his death, according to friends and the police report filed after his death.

    �He had a hard time asking for help for himself,�� said Jane Hedin, Kyle�s mother. �That�s what�s heartbreaking. . . . He had so many friends he didn�t reach out to. Everybody loved him.��

    Mario Rodas of the Student Immigrant Movement, an advocacy group, said immigrant youths often fear deportation if they talk about their problems. The group regularly holds support groups to help the students.

    �We tell them not to give up,�� Rodas said.

    Two days before he died, his mother said, Rezende couldn�t sleep. He was nauseous and called in sick to work.

    The next day, his grandmother arrived for a visit from Brazil, the first time he had seen her since he left in 1999. In the early evening, Rezende hugged his grandmother, kissed his sister, and left the house carrying a rope, according to police, saying only that he �needed it.��

    Police found him the next morning about 150 feet into the woods, in a tree he used to climb, a dusting of snow on the ground.

    About six weeks after his death, Rezende received a letter from the US government telling him to register for the draft. It wasn�t a mistake: Federal law requires that all men ages 18-26 register with the Selective Service System, including illegal immigrants who cannot serve in the military, said agency spokesman Patrick Schuback.

    Registering could help illegal immigrants if they ever apply for legal residency, he said, because it would show that they followed the law.

    At home, his mother clutched the letter and wept.

    �If that letter had arrived before, he would have been so happy,�� she said.

    Maria Sacchetti can be reached at msacchetti@globe.com.



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  • binadh
    07-12 01:52 PM
    On the second thought --- Do you think PR or Citizen Desi's are for us? Any thoughts?




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  • nlssubbu
    12-05 03:22 PM
    Hi,
    I have my AP approved and H1B approved until 2010 but have an expired H1B Visa and I plan to extend my H1B visa some time next year.


    I am planning on some business trips and would like to re-enter US multiple times using my Advance parole. Any issues with this?

    Once I re enter using AP, can I go back to India and apply for H1B visa extension based on the approved H1B.


    Appreciate your responses on this.

    Thanks,
    Bitz

    Multiple entry AP allow you to enter many times. You will get 3 copies, of which 1 will be retained by the Airlines, 2nd at the POE, 3rd after stamping back to you by the Officer. You can use the 3rd one for the subsequent trips and do not hand it over to anyone. (Request the Airlines and Officer to take copies of it, if they want).

    If you have time and money during your trip back home, you may get your H1 visa stamp, but it is not necessary.

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  • knowDOL
    06-05 11:26 AM
    Yes, looks like they removed the timeframe hopefully it is for good. but lets see. May be after the bi-specialization case transfers they removed.



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  • vin13
    02-09 07:34 AM
    Immigration Visa Attorney Blog Has Just Posted the Following:
    As immigration attorneys with very strong roots in the immigrant communities of Los Angeles, the lawyers at Fong & Chun stay current on legislative developments that could affect our clients and their families. On 15 December 2009, over ninety House Democrats unveiled a comprehensive immigration reform bill. The bill is called the Comprehensive Immigration Reform for America's Security and Prosperity Act of 2009 (CIR-ASAP).

    President Obama has said there should be comprehensive immigration reform. The bill includes an "earned" legalization program. The program as currently proposed would allow undocumented people in the USA as of 15 December 2009 to apply for legalization. There would be special, more lenient rules for young persons. Many people want to call this an "amnesty," but it is important to see all the details about the program before getting too excited.

    There are other provisions for "visa recapture" to reduce waiting times and backlogs. This bill would also put a new employment-eligibility-verification system into place. There would be harsh penalties for hiring unauthorized workers.

    These proposed changes are very exciting; however, we must remember that this bill is only a PROPOSAL. It will have many reincarnations before a final bill passes, if a bill passes at all. The President has said he wants CIR on his desk by the end of 2010, but there are obviously many other things occupying the attention of Congress at this time. Stay tuned. --jcf





    More... (http://www.immigrationvisaattorneyblog.com/2010/02/immigration-reform-bill-introd.html)

    If you click the link attached, the article is dated February 11, 2010 and was posted yesterday (February 08, 2010):confused:

    Old news........ Dated for future....:D




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  • sudhirvallam
    10-24 06:39 PM
    The below memo from USCIS clearly states that your H1B will be valid if you use EAD for secondary job.

    2. If an H-1 or L-1 nonimmigrant or H-4 or L-2 dependent family member obtains an EAD based on their application for adjustment of status but does not use it to obtain employment, is the alien still maintaining his/her nonimmigrant status?

    Yes. The fact that an H or L nonimmigrant is granted an EAD does not cause the alien to violate his/her nonimmigrant status. There may be legitimate reasons for an H or L nonimmigrant to apply for an EAD on the basis of a pending application for adjustment of status. However, an H-I or L-1 nonimmigrant will violate his/her nonimmigrant status if s/he uses the EAD to leave the employer listed on the approved 1-129 petition and engage in employment for a separate employer.

    Amended INS Memo on H/Ls Traveling on Advance Parole, U.S. Immigration, Law Offices of Carl Shusterman (http://shusterman.com/handlvisas-travelingonadvanceparole.html)



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  • ramesh10
    06-15 07:20 PM
    Franklin,

    I had OPT in 2003 , so should i be using that A# and should i mention YES for question, have you ever applied for employment authorization with USCIS

    in G325A,
    should i need to mention my part time jobs i worked while on F1 visa (i did not mention anything during 140)




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  • nviren
    10-30 12:14 PM
    Hi,

    On my and my wife's AP cases, we got an update today. It says on 10/30 USCIS mailed the documents to applicant.

    I take that as approved. I guess the AP docs go to attorney's office, correct?

    Thanks




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  • sivakumar
    01-08 04:41 PM
    not true. You can be approved only if your PD is current.
    PD has nothing to do with approval and neither does biometrics. Once you have the reciept date of I-485 that becomes crucial. If that is after what USCIS is procesing then you have to wait like me :).

    You should keep watching the processing date every month ( it changes usually around midddle of month). If your I-485 reciept date is before the uscis processing date and it has been more than 30 days you can call them to find status of your case.




    prdgl
    07-07 10:16 PM
    I am not sure I understand what you are saying. But before you get flamed (and correctly so) by everyone, I just have one advice for you: "What goes around comes around".

    Never, never ever do anything in life that will come back to haunt you. Dishonesty can only go so far...

    Good luck.

    Thanks,
    Jayant


    are you talking about filing LC for ad sent out already that I said ? or ...




    karanp25
    07-30 01:47 PM
    If u r a dependent, then ur EAD case is much simpler than the primary's case, logocally speaking...

    Don't try to make too much logic out of USCIS. It's all random and they work as they please.

    I got a similar situation but the thing is that both myself and my spouse got our EAD's but my application on the website shows pending while it is approved for my spouse. Don't know why my application is still showing pending. Could it be because I am the dependent on the application and not primary ?



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