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  • akhilmahajan
    04-13 12:41 PM
    Diptam, at this moment the best thing will be to get your wife an independent status.

    She can get on to F-1 visa or file an H-1B visa. If your H-1B is being canceled for sure, then you need to move her on to an independent visa status.

    Please talk to an attorney and evaluate all the options. I will say you need to act as fast as possible.

    GO I/WE GO. TOGETHER WE CAN.





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  • immigrationvoice1
    02-10 03:02 PM
    This is a good reason to advocate 3 year EAD/AP validity. Wish the letter campaign brings this much needed administrative fix to reality.





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  • darslee
    07-11 01:36 AM
    Anything I can do to help?





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  • vine93
    01-22 03:12 PM
    Most of the Nationalised bank ( SBI, PNB ) do not charge Pre-payment penalty. Though it clearly mentioned in their policy , you should check while taking the loan. It is negotiated also. I have IDBI loan with facility of no pre-payment penalty.

    Tell your banker not to extend the tenure of Loan when they increase the loan percentage. As they keep your EMI same but they change the tenure. That makes you nervous when you want to payoff your loan minus 13 months.



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  • prioritydate
    08-09 03:14 PM
    Here is my take.

    U - Uninterested
    S - Sluggish
    C - Careless
    I - Inane
    S - Slackers





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  • kittu1991
    07-17 07:18 PM
    We travelled last year from Kochi to SFO with no issue. Yes you have to go secondary room. Based on the number of people ahead of you, your wait can vary. But once its your turn it should take only less than 5 mins.



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  • sathweb
    01-13 08:02 PM
    Hi,

    I have two I-140 applications and both are from my current emplyer. One was a regular I-140 and the other was a substitute I-140. Both got approved on the same day. Regular had a PD of 04/2007 and substitute had 11/2004.

    The regular got approved with PD of 04/2007 and substitute also got approved with 04/2007. So now what are my options of using the 11/2004 PD.
    I was expecting USCIS to approve both applications with 11/2004 instead.

    Thanks!!

    Look at this document:

    http://www.greencardapply.com/news/news05/news05_0308.htm

    In the following pdf, read section (e). It is not very clear what they mean by "A priority date is not transferable to another alien".

    http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/87866.pdf





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  • trueguy
    10-01 12:17 PM
    Do you think its possible to merge all the databases in just 10 days? How realistic is it?

    Howcome they put such a tight deadline for this database merger ? If they can do this in 10 days then Nov'2008 VB might have few surprises.

    Thanks.



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  • punjabi
    10-19 03:30 PM
    Dear folks:

    Fist of all, a definition of PLEDGE:

    PLEDGE: A solemn promise or agreement to do or refrain from doing something. Example, a pledge of aid; a pledge not to wage war.

    Situation:
    More or less, all of us are aware of the importance of IV.org and how much IV means to us as an organization AND as an entity that strives to help us get out of the gut of current immigration situation.

    We also know that a day will arrive when we (and spouse/kids) will have Green card in our hands.

    If not next month, perhaps in another 6 months for some people. Or perhaps a year or two away and to some people, unfortunately, even longer.

    But we will get it one day.

    IV is a very active organization who is working hard in our best interest and it does not matter how you get the Green Card, IV will have, direct or indirect, contribution to it.


    Proposal:
    There was a thread going around few months ago on "how will you celebrate the day you get greened?" Some prefer throwing a party, some prefer vacation, some would overload gallons of alcohol in their body or some would donate money to their respective temples or church.

    These are all good things to do. (OK. May be not the alcohol part) :)

    In addition to the above, I invite you to celebrate that day by flowing some donation to IV. Just as a token of saying THANK YOU. This will help IV to continue to fight for other folks out there.

    I invite you make a sincere pledge TODAY on how much money you would like to donate to IV on the day you get greened.

    Nobody is going to twist your arm if you decide not to donate, but I trust that most of the people takes pride in keeping their word once given.

    Even if 50 people among us get their green cards each month and each one of them decides to donate $100, it will amount to $5,000 to IV and it will help them fight for a cause for rest of the people out there.

    No pressure.

    Just an idea.

    I myself pledge for $250 donation today.

    Others are welcome to participate.





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  • qplearn
    12-19 05:05 PM
    Not from the bathtub. ;)

    Post your experience with the call.
    My experience was very pleasant! They did not say it in so many words, but it was clear that they appreciated my call. I urge all of you to call Senator Cornyn. This is a really good idea, unless the core thinks otherwise (I am really not sure what the core thinks about this). Their staff has not received too many calls from supporters like us is what I could make out (but I could be wrong).

    And by the way, the call was made from just outside my office on a cell phone --- not from the bath tub this time :)



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  • permfiling
    08-04 01:05 PM
    He can use AP to renter. USCIS would not have approved to give EAD if USCIS determined he was out of status in the first place.





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  • neel_gump
    05-12 03:20 PM
    Security Checks : How and Why

    The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a Fact Sheet on April 25, 2006 regarding security checks under the U.S. immigration system. The purpose of the article is to explain the various types of security checks. As many MurthyDotCom and MurthyBulletin readers know, security checks have become a real source of contention, as they slow case processing for indeterminate periods of time. The fact sheet may be a reaction to growing unrest surrounding security check delays in processing both nonimmigrant and immigrant cases.

    Background on Security Checks

    All those who apply for immigration benefits must undergo criminal and national security background checks. The USCIS emphasized that these checks are performed on all applicants, and are not targeted at or against any particular group. These checks expanded after 9/11. The USCIS points out that most cases proceed without incident and in a timely fashion. They acknowledge, however, that some cases are held up for more than a year because of delays in the security checks.

    Why Security Checks are Conducted

    The background checks are aimed at identifying individuals who are a risk to national security, or are seeking otherwise to cause harm to the U.S. They are also designed to identify people attempting to abuse the immigration system. The USCIS will not grant an immigration benefit before the security checks are complete, regardless of the length of the delays. The USCIS states that they are working with the FBI and other agencies to try to increase the speed of the security checks.

    We note that expediting the security checks not only benefits legitimate applicants who suffer from the delays, but serves the very purpose of the checks. The USCIS states that they have located various violent criminals, drug traffickers, and persons with links to terrorism through these checks. Clearly, no one wants dangerous individuals remaining within the U.S. To the extent that the background checks are being performed on applicants within the country, however, delays in the completion can serve to permit some of those applicants to remain in the U.S. lawfully during the time it takes the USCIS to complete the checks. For example, one who has a properly filed I-485 Application for Adjustment of Status pending is lawfully in the U.S. and is eligible for work authorization. If such a person is a threat, then a security check that drags on for a year or more only serves to extend that person's time in the United States. Thus, there is a security interest in not only performing proper checks, but in performing them in a timely fashion.

    How Security Checks Work

    The USCIS uses three types of checks as a standard background review for a variety of cases. They have the authority to conduct other sorts of background checks, if needed.

    IBIS Name Checks Interagency Border Inspection System (IBIS) name checks are a generally quick manner of checking information from multiple government agencies that is in a combined database to determine if there is any information that is relevant to the decision in a particular case. The results are usually available quickly, but it may take more time to investigate any information revealed by the IBIS check.

    FBI Fingerprint Checks Fingerprint checks are conducted by the FBI for many types of applications, but not all. Many of our clients and readers who are I-485 Adjustment of Status applicants are familiar with these checks, which provide any criminal background information on the adjustment applicant. The responses, according to the USCIS, are generally forwarded within one to two days. If there is a match, then the USCIS will get a criminal history sheet. This information will be reviewed to see if it affects eligibility for the benefit sought.

    Sometimes, this information does not reflect the disposition or outcome of a particular crime. Thus, it is important for applicants to have proof, in the form of a certified copy of the disposition, in order to address the issue with the immigration officer. The USCIS notes that expungements or pardons, etc, must be reported. Anyone with a question about what has to be revealed should speak with an immigration attorney. It is important to understand that matters not considered to be convictions for general legal purposes, may be considered convictions for an immigration purpose. It also is important to have a good understanding of what happened in any criminal matter. We often meet individuals who are unable to explain how their cases ended - which is key in analyzing the impact a criminal charge has on the immigration status and eligibility for future benefits. Of course, we also strongly recommend that everyone comply with the law in all respects to avoid any criminal charge, whatsoever.

    FBI Name Checks These name checks are required for many applications, and are different from the fingerprint checks. These involve a check of various law enforcement files and generally take about two weeks. The USCIS reports that 80 percent of these result in a "no match." This means that there is no matching record. For the remaining 20 percent, there is some match, and the matter has to be reviewed in more detail, in part to determine whether the applicant is the same individual as the person on record. These matters generally are resolved in six months. The USCIS reports that less than one percent of these take longer than six months. Such cases can be quite complex and sensitive and are not complete until all of the information is obtained and resolved.

    Of course, given the volume of cases, one percent is still a great many people. Moreover, delays of six months, in addition to all of the other processing timeframes, can be significant and life-affecting. The impact on lives goes well beyond anxiety and stress, depending upon the situation.

    Conclusion

    The USCIS states that some delays are inevitable due to the sheer volume of cases. Background checks are considered pending when the FBI or other responsible agency has not responded or when there is a response that requires further investigation. According to the USCIS, the resolution of some cases is time consuming and labor intensive, and can take months or even years. At the local office level, "sweeps" of cases are performed to see which ones are cleared through the background check system and can be finalized. While the background check is underway, the USCIS does not share the information that has been uncovered or the status of any investigation with the applicant or the applicant's attorney.

    We at the Murthy Law Firm appreciate this insight. We all understand the need for background checks on applicants for U.S. immigration benefits. The time that it takes, however, is a concern both from the benefits and security points of view. We would urge that ample resources be made available so that these matters can be resolved in a timely fashion. If there is a case so complex that years are required to find a resolution, the individual is potentially in the United States while it is ongoing. The potential risk makes this rather an urgent matter for our country and the safety of our people.



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  • kprgroup
    02-01 11:30 AM
    Replied RFE with copy of 485 receipt and copy MTR approval and got 3 years H1 extension until 2013.

    Thanks Everyone
    KPR





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  • sharma258
    02-10 03:44 PM
    Hi Guys,

    please let me know how long we need to stay with sponsoring employer after getting GC.

    Thanks



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  • getgreensoon1
    03-14 02:37 PM
    All legit greencard applicants should now get together against these indian bodyshops who smoke all rules and file greencards of these software idiots in EB1 category.





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  • patiently_waiting
    09-16 10:40 AM
    This may be older, but it is useful in filing online.

    Filing Advance Parole online - 101 (http://nixstor.blogspot.com/2008/09/filing-advance-parole-online-101.html)

    Filing EAD online 101 (http://nixstor.blogspot.com/2008/05/filing-ead-online-101.html)



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  • bo12b
    11-26 03:46 PM
    Bumping this one more time. I am sure some of you have explored this possibility. Please respond.
    bo12b

    Hello all,

    My 6 year H1B is ending on May 21, 2009. I am eligible to file for a 3 year extension since my 140 is approved and I485 has been filed in Aug 2007. However, my current job situation is pretty shaky and I could be laid off anytime. I have an EAD but would like to continue my H1 because my priority date is Jan 2007 (EB3 India)...i.e. a long GC wait. I have been told by my current employer's attorney that I can start the process of extension 6 months prior to current H1B expiring.

    But given my job situation, I was thinking of looking for employment with another employer as soon as possible. Will the new employer be able to file for my H1 transfer AND H1 extension at the same time?
    OR
    Will they have to file for a transfer first (valid from date of switching to May 21, 2009), then wait for approval and then file for the 3 year extension??

    I tried looking around for my question but could not find good thread for answer. Please let me know your views and/or point me to a good source for this information.

    Thanks
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  • ivgclive
    10-08 12:45 PM
    1. How can he use the PIO card to enter and exit India?
    I got PIO Cards recently, but not entered India yet. So far I used only visas.

    a. Does he simply show the PIO card, US passport to enter and exit India?
    I assumed the same. It is just like a "Visa", but not on the passport but as a separate booklet.

    2. Incase if the PIO card processing takes a lot of time I know that he can apply for visa. I was wondering anyone has experience on how visa could be applied if PIO processing takes a long time at the SFO consulate.
    It is efficient and less expensive on money and time if you decide before you apply. If you have couple of months time before travel, apply PIO or you have only couple of weeks appy for Visa.

    a. Do they return the PIO application and its supporting documents before visa could be applied?
    You are probably submiting copies of documents except the passports +/- birth certificate. Be prepared if you just receive passports only.

    b. Should a new visa application+visa supporting documents need to be resent for getting a Indian visa? I guess so, as the process is completely different.

    ------------------------------------

    There are no guidelines on web sites for the option you are asking for. So the answers are only "what you can expect".

    If you are close to SF, worth stopping by the consulate.





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  • rajenk
    10-20 12:08 AM
    AllIzzWell, as the_jaguar has suggested FOIA is the only way. And yes that helps, some times FOIA requests might take longer, so request it ASAP to get it quicker





    ragnarok
    07-19 02:39 PM
    I've entered the US in 2000.


    Can you explain what PD and EB is?





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    05-11 02:37 AM
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