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  • rbharol
    08-07 02:15 AM
    Is skill bill part of these immigration reforms which Bush is talking about?
    If these reforms go through, should we assume that SKIL Bill too will get through?

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  • raju123
    02-07 11:08 AM
    This is wrong. Indian news papers have wrong call. We discussed this before. It is confusing and misleading as amendment was withdrawn last moment from HR 2

    Just saw this news on Economics Times (Indian Newspaper).

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  • neeidd
    07-14 01:00 PM
    HI Gurus,

    I need advice from you guys,

    My priority date is June 2005 (EB2) and my I-485 receipt date is July 7th 2007 at TSC

    My questions regarding Writ of Mandamus are
    1. Would I be qualified to file for Writ of Mandamus (WOM)?
    2. If I am qualified, would it be of any benefit for me to file WOM based on my criteria as
    detailed above?

    Thanks a lot.

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  • snathan
    07-07 08:49 PM
    Hi All,
    I recently got my I140 approved and I am waiting to file my I485 as my priority date(Oct 2007) is still not current(EB2 category, India).Not sure how long it is going to take as the current backlog is July 2000 for India and China.

    My brother is a citizen of the US and I need to clarify if my brother can apply for a family-based green card for me and how long does it take to get the EAD when applied through this process as compared to filing through the employer when I reach my priority date.

    Also need to clarify if this process is sooner or still the same as applying through the employer.

    Thanks in advance.

    Current PD for sibling is 1998. I dont think there is any issues for filing thru family based GC.


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  • gcpool
    11-25 06:15 PM
    I can understand if someone is calling too many times. Looks like the USCIS computers are also feeling fed up. :p

    Check the message I got when I was trying to see the details of my case online

    "It was reported to us that your IP address or internet gateway has been locked out for a select period of time. This is due to an unusually high rate of use. In order to avoid this issue, please create a Customer account (single applicant) or a Representative account (representing many individuals)."

    I am logging in after many days and I was checking it for the first time today

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  • smarth
    05-04 05:04 PM

    My husband is having L1A visa through company X.
    Howmany days/moths/years will it take for us to get GREENCARD if we apply in MAY2008.

    I understood no LC is required for L1A visa holders Greencard processing.

    Thanks in advance.


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  • Ann Ruben
    03-05 09:14 PM
    Dealsnet is correct. Your wife should have no problem entering if she has a valid AP.

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    10-03 08:23 PM


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  • nogc_noproblem
    04-09 05:06 PM
    Since you have Valid H1b, using H1b is better option. EAD � you need to renew it every year. If you are in EAD, then you have to have AP (if you want to travel abroad) which also you need to renew every year.

    If anything goes wrong in your I485 (just in case) you will be in trouble, but that is not the case if you are in H1B. I am not saying EAD is bad, but comparatively Valid H1b is a better option.

    If your previous employer won't revoke I140, then no issues, even revoking of approved I140 by your previous employer will not have any effect as you have completed 180 days after filing your I485.


    i got my i140 approved ,i-485 applied >180 days with my old employer.i have my h1b till 2010.Now i got an offer from a new company who is willing to do my h1b transfer and they said no need for doing labour,i140 again.
    i am confused. is that safe if i do h1b transfer and keeping old employer's i140.(they won't revoke).Are its better to use ead to avoid confusion in GC process.pls show me the light.

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  • satishku_2000
    09-22 12:37 AM

    My pending I-140 (filed an year ago...June 2006) was transferred from TSC to NSC on 09/05/2007, because my I-485 was filed with NSC. What date willl NSC use as received date to process my case...the date they received from TSC or the original receipt date?

    Isn't it(140 filed at TSC almost an year ago) supposed to be certified by now?
    TSC has been much faster at certifying 140s . Looks like USCIS is transferrring the 140s from TSC ... I can only pray for alll concurrent fileres that filed at TSC ...

    140s at NSC are almost taking an year according to latest processing times.

    Just curious did you have an RFE?


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  • kgaurav77
    04-05 02:51 AM

    My employer applied for my PERM and i-140 in 2005 in the EB-2 category. Both were approved.

    In 2007, I left my employer to pursue an MBA, and converted my H-1B to F-1 visa. Now I am planning to return to my old employer.

    I would like to know whether

    a) if my employer did not revoke my i-140, is my old PERM still vaild? Can I apply for a new I-140 and a new I-485 using my old approved PERM.

    b) if my employer did revoke my i-140, is my old PERM still vaid? I know I can retain the priority date, but was wondering what is the status of my old PERM?

    Any help is appreciated.

    I know that PERM is valid only for 180 days, and an i-140 has to be filed within that time, which was done in my case. However, does the law say anything about PERM validity if the i-140 is revoked?

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    05-16 10:07 PM
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  • ss777
    02-12 09:34 PM
    One of the questions on I-140 RFE goes like this:
    "Submit evidence that the alien obtained the required two(2) years of programmer analyst experience in the job offered before the priority date was established on June 26, 2006. Evidence ...."

    In reality the labor was filled for this EB3 I-140 in August 2003. This is not a substitution. I dont understand what they mean by "establised on June 26, 2006"? Can someone interpret this?

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  • glus
    01-02 09:23 AM
    If you applied for their I-130 before the end of 4/2001, then they would be eligible for 245(i) and adjust status even if they are illegally here now. However, for 245(i) to work, would require them being present in the U.S. at the time you applied for I-130. In short, if they were physically present in the U.S. before the end of April of 2001, and if you applied for their I-130 before end of April of 2001, they can adjust in the U.S. If not, they can't. In any case, if they leave the U.S. now for consular processing, they will not be able to receive their immigrant visas because they will trigger a 10-year bar from entry to the U.S. and become inadmissible.

    I would advise to speak to an immigration lawyer before doing anything at this time.


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  • fatboysam
    08-28 09:52 AM
    I have to get my h1b visa stamped on my trip to India, looks like this time , i will have to upload my photographs also. Do you have any suggestions, from where can i get these photographs taken ?

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  • gcwait2007
    02-29 01:34 PM
    1. Including Advertisement, web advertisements, etc, it should take about 3 months for filing PERM

    2. Chicago Center is faster.

    3. No issues for 2 companies filing PERM LCs for you.


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  • wandmaker
    02-11 04:35 PM
    US Congress has time for all this

    Like any other professionals, It is part of their career development and knowledge upgrade - You should not complain.

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  • Jim
    January 24th, 2005, 09:48 PM
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    04-16 12:22 AM
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    07-03 08:43 PM
    Hi All,

    Need some piece of advice. My H1B is expiring on 07-15-08, On July 2nd my I-140 was filed in premium processing. My LC is not 365 days old, so i need I-140 to apply for 3 year extension of my H1. Since it takes max of 15 calander days for I-140 to go through it may protentially get approved on July 18th and the approval may arrive in a week after that. Since I dont have a basis for requesting H1 extension , I am wondering how I can stay in status from 15th July till i get I-140 approved.

    Any ideas?

    Appreciate your response.

    04-08 05:44 PM
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