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Friday, June 10, 2011

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  • crystal
    07-12 10:11 PM
    EndlessWait I hope ur wait will end soonI can't sleep all night.. cmon atleast give us few options.
    My take on the permanent solution:

    1. Recapture lost visa numbers
    2. Medical tests are going to be valid indefinitely
    3. Ppl who've worked for X years automatically can apply for I-485
    5. All can apply as per the old bulletin
    6. ????

    cmon guys help me with this.i'm running out of ideas..:D





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  • k_usa
    01-05 04:46 PM
    Good to see on greatandhra website about IV
    http://www.greatandhra.com/special/articles/green_wait.php





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  • kshitijnt
    03-06 11:17 AM
    All: I applied for advance parole on Feb -9 , delivered Feb -11. I filed under new fees structure and hence I am exempt from fees. I clearly mentioned that in the letter. However, till date I have received no receipt. How should I handle this?





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  • JunRN
    07-16 11:05 PM
    I have a friend holding a "Tourist Visa" and still back home. If an employer files I-140 for him, will that give him a risk of not allowed entry using Tourist Visa at the port of entry because he has an I-140 petition?



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  • rb_248
    12-19 08:09 AM
    History channel premiered a program "Naturalized" yesterday (12/18). They covered people from so man y different walks of life facing so many different problems to get GC and citizenship. But in the 90 minute program there was no coverage on how our community is struggling and no mention about the plight of the employment based category.

    Makes me wonder if there is enough awareness about our cause.





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  • immigrationvoice1
    04-03 06:56 PM
    I am a 2nd july ead filer and my ead expires in month of october 08 i have heard that we have to file 4 months before ,do i have to file 4 months before 2nd july or 4 months before expiry of my 1st EAd which is october 08.
    please advice

    thanks
    gcwant

    120 days (maximum) from the date of expiry of your EAD. The same applies for AP, if I am not wrong.



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  • moolchand_2002
    03-24 04:11 PM
    Hello

    My name is Moolchand Tanwar, i applied for GC got my I-140 Approved and few days back i got my I-485 Denial Notice. I here write the letter which i received from USCIS. Please go through the letter which i received and suggest me what should i do and where i can find a better help full attorney.
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    DECISION ON APPLICATION FOR STATUS AS PERMANENT RESIDENT
    Upon consideration, it is ordered that your I-485 be denied for the following reasons:
    On February 4,2008, you filed an application to register permanent residence or Adjust status (form I-485) with USCIS (" the service") based upon an approved petition for Alien worker(I-40) with filed on your behalf by you employer, ABC COMPANY INC ( name not disclosed here) ( hereinafter as " the petitioner"). In doing so you sought to obtain an immigration benefit pursuant to section 245 of the immigration and nationality Act, as amended (the Act.)

    On June 8, 2010, you appeared for an interview at the USCIS netwark Field office in connection with your I-485 application.
    Service records revealed that entered the United States on August 15, 1997 as a nonimmigrant B2 Visitor with permission to remain in the United States for a temporary period not exceed 6 months, February 14, 1998. At the time of the filing of your form I-485, you were no longer in a lawful status. Therefore, you must satisfy the requirement under Section 245(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) in order to adjust status in the United States to that of a lawful permanent resident.
    Section 245(i) of INA further states, in Pertinent part that:
    (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a) and (c) of this section, an alien physically present in the United States----
    (A)WHO-----
    (i) entered the United States without inspection: or
    (ii) is within one if the classed enumerated in subsection (c) of this section:
    (B) who is the beneficiary (including a spouse or child of the principal alien, if eligible to receive a Visa under section 203(d) of---------
    (i) a petition for classification under section 204 that filed with the Attorney general on or before April 30, 2001; or
    (ii)an application for a labor certification under section 212(a)(5)(A) that filed pursuant to the regulations of the secretary of Labor on or before such date; and
    (C) who, in the case of a beneficiary of a petition for classification, or an application for labor certification, described in subparagraph (B) that was filed after January 14, 1998, is physically presented in the united states on the date of the enactment of the LIFE Act Amendments of 2000;
    may apply to the Attorney General for the adjustment of his or her status to that of an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence, The Attorney General may accept such application only the alien remits with such application a sun equaling $1,000 as of the date of receipt of the application.....

    8 C.F.R Section 245.10(n) states in pertinent part that:
    (n) Evidentiary requirement to demonstrate physical presence on December 21,2000.
    (1) Unless the qualifying immigrant visa petition or application for labor certification was filed on or before January 14, 1998, a principal grandfathered alien must establish that he or she was physically present in the United States on December 21,2000 to the eligible to apply to adjust status under Section 245(i) of the Act. if no one document establishes the alien's physical presence on December 21,2000; he or she may submit several documents establishing his or her physical presence in the United States prior to and after December 21, 2000.

    Section 245(i) of the INA provides that certain individuals may still adjust status despite the ground of ineligibility listed in section 245(c) of the INA, if the priority of their underlying immigrant visa petition is on or before April 30, 2001 and they can establish physical presence in the United States on the December 21, 2000.
    As evidence of you eligibility under section 245(i), you claimed that you were grandfathered by the approved I-140 petition filed on your behalf by ABC COMPANY INC ( name is not disclosed here) the petitioner which has a priority date of April 18, 2001 under section 245(i) of the INA. As said petition was filed after January 14, 1998, you were required to provide evidence that you were physically presented in the U.S. before December 21, 2000.
    In response to a Request for further Evidence (REF) issued by the officer on your Interview day on 6/8/2010, you appeared at the USCIS network Field office on 7/9/2010 as scheduled. You submitted the following document:
    (1) Supplement A to the Form I-485 along with the $1000 penalty fee pursuant to Section 245(i) of the INA;
    (2) An employment letter from a ( name not disclosed here) the president of ABC COMPANY INC ( name not disclosed here)
    (3) Your attorney's statement regarding the employment portability under the American Competitiveness in the 21st Century Act;
    (4) A Letter from an ( Person name not disclosed here) testifying your tenancy from 1/2000-12/2003 as the proof that you were physically presented in the United States around December 21, 2000.

    Having reviewed the evidence you submitted, the service determines that you failed to establish that you were physically presented in the United States on December 21, 2000.
    Thus, the service concludes that, lacking any evidence of Physical presence, you are statutory ineligible to adjust status under Section 2459i) if the Act. Therefore, your I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status is Denied.

    USCIS is not initiating removal procedures against you at this time. The decision resulting in the denial of form I-485 leaves you without lawful immigration status and you are presenting the United States in violation of the law. You are required to depart the United States within thirty days fro the date of this decision, or be subject to removal proceedings. Remaining in the United States beyond this time will also affect your ability to return to the Unites States, Also as of the date of this notice, any employment authorization granted based on the pendency of your application is hereby revoked.
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    Please suggest what should i do now. Can i appeal for it, If i appeal how long USCIS to take for decision. Will i ever get my GC approved.

    I am really very depressed and tensed please help.

    Thanks





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  • godbless
    02-23 02:37 PM
    Pappu, please post such tit bits (of your choice) at regular intervals. Thanks.

    As you must have learnt by now, we have 97% babies who need a feeding bottle at regular intervals.

    Thank you MOM!!!!!! Make sure that the bottle is not empty.



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  • bbct
    02-04 11:01 AM
    We invited our in-laws last September and it was not easy for them to get the visa in the first interview. They got denied with the reason 214(b) without verifying any Indian documents. Infact, my father-in-law was a government servant and he was still employed at the time of interview. My wife was on EAD and I was on H1-B and I was inviting my in-laws to USA.

    We then asked a letter from the senate's office requesting the visa officer to issue them visa and explained that they have strong ties with family members back in India and have bank balance and property. It was surprise that nothing was asked in the second interview and they could get a 10 years multiple entry visa. This time my wife invited her parents.

    In all this, we wasted time, money and were very tensed since my wife's due date was approaching and it was only a month far.

    Folks,
    I'd like to know if any of you invited your parents while on AOS. Last time I invited my in-laws I had H1-B et al....now we are on AOS and my wife is sponsoring her parents. We are on AOS. I do not have a job currently so I can't get an EVL and my wife has and she is inviting and the I-134 is also from her...we have EADs valid till late 2010....she had her F1 valid till Oct 2009 but she is working on dependent EAD.

    So do you think there could be any potential problem.....Last time I had sponsored my in-laws but they were questioned a lot at the embassy....so now my wife will be sponsoring ...I hope there are no potential problems.

    Path 2 USA do not mention anything special for EADs/AOS et al....

    Thanks,

    SoP





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  • sunny1000
    07-11 02:36 AM
    congrats and thanks to those grassroot IV members who came up with this campaign. Hats off to you all!!

    A big Salute to The MAHATMA!



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  • kk_kk
    07-17 09:12 AM
    Is this in RFE connection with an Adjustment of Status filing? if so, you really only need to show that you did not violate status for over 180 days since your last lawful entry (Section 245(k) of the Immigration and Nationality Act).

    In any event, proving that you maintained status does not require showing all old I-94s. You need to show that you were approved for or admitted in a certain status, and that you stayed in that status until it was changed or extended. Approval notices, visas, and maybe entry stamps from your passport re usually enough, and just the most recent I-94. If you held F-1 status, you would need to show your I-20s, visa and proof that you maintained a full courseload as required by the I-20.

    Thank You for the detailed answer.

    My question was not related to any RFE in specific. But in a general way, what would be the procedure to obtain the past copies of I-94's.

    As per your answer, it should not matter, If I have the copies or not. It would be good, if we have it. Otherwise there are alternative ways to answer the RFE.





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  • sriwaitingforgc
    06-05 10:17 AM
    "Unless you *are* a US citizen, you must choose the second option."

    I think you have not read my question clearly. I suggest you read it before answering. I have not seen where the USCIS website asks for pending case numbers if we choose second option. I hope someone who has done this online can shed some light on this.

    SK.
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  • lifestrikes
    06-03 05:18 PM
    Refer to Page 5 of Neufled Memo (http://www.uscis.gov/USCIS/Laws/Memoranda/2010/H1B%20Employer-Employee%20Memo010810.pdf)

    It shows self employment and H1B cannot prove employer-employee relationship.

    >>If so, H1B visa requires proof of salary, whereas owners in an LLC cannot be employed by the LLC. Any ideas on how to solve this paradox?

    My understanding after reading Nolo's LLC guide is that when you file LLC, if you don't state who will be Members and Managers. then everyone by default will be Members and Managers. If you are going to work, then you should be stated as Manager in Operating agreement.





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  • vinzak
    06-16 12:10 PM
    I have often heard about visa recapture in these forums, and always that there were lost visa numbers. I came across a DHS site yesterday with statstics on GCs issued, and must admit I am a bit confused about what visa recapture means. The site is DHS | Yearbook of Immigration Statistics: 2009 (http://www.dhs.gov/files/statistics/publications/LPR09.shtm) . Looking at table 6 (Persons Obtaining Legal Permanent Resident Status by Type and Major Class of Admission: Fiscal Years 2000 to 2009), we get the following data on EB and FB issuances.

    Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total
    FB 235,092 231,699 186,880 158,796 214,355 212,970 222,229 194,900 227,761 211,859 2,096,541
    EB 106,642 178,702 173,814 81,727 155,330 246,877 159,081 162,176 166,511 144,034 1,574,894
    Total 341,734 410,401 360,694 240,523 369,685 459,847 381,310 357,076 394,272 355,893 3,671,435


    if we we were to take deltas from the fb cap of 226k and eb cap of 140k, the scenario looks as follows, where a -ive number indicates over allocation.

    Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total
    FB -9,092 -5,699 39,120 67,204 11,645 13,030 3,771 31,100 -1,761 14,141 163,459
    EB 33,358 -38,702 -33,814 58,273 -15,330 -106,877 -19,081 -22,176 -26,511 -4,034 -174,894
    Total 24,266 -44,401 5,306 125,477 -3,685 -93,847 -15,310 8,924 -28,272 10,107 -11,435

    As we can see, cumulatively from 2000-09, 11,435 more visas have been given than actually permitted. Particularly in EB 174k excess visas were given.

    I'm curious to know, what recapture means, when it seems visas have not been lost.

    The only case for recapture is if we only count the years visas were under allocated, and ignore the years it was overallocated. The scenario would look as follows

    Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total
    FB 0 0 39,120 67,204 11,645 13,030 3,771 31,100 0 14,141 180,011
    EB 33,358 0 0 58,273 0 0 0 0 0 0 91,631
    Total 33,358 0 39,120 125,477 11,645 13,030 3,771 31,100 0 14,141 271,642

    So are we trying to recapture 271k visas from this calculation?

    If the experts could shed some light on this, that would be great.



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  • gc_chahiye
    02-10 06:13 PM
    Take a look at this link. As per this, 2010 is the timeline promised by USCIS to clear all backlogs.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080209/ap_on_go_pr_wh/immigration_backlogs

    USCIS has been playing around with the definition of backlog... I believe the recent changes indicate that from now on only approvable cases will be considered a part of backlog. Meaning:
    - if your PD is not current, or
    - if your namecheck has started and is pending for <180 days
    your case does not even count as a backlogged case... When they say they'll clear backlogs by 2010 what they mean is all approvable cases (PD current and Namecheck either clear or 180 days old) will be approved within the published timeframes (12-18 months for I-485).

    For people stuck in retrogression such backlog reduction efforts have almost no meaning...





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  • delax
    07-19 05:44 PM
    Based on your receipt number, you have applied for adjustment of status on 80th working day of fiscal year 2002. Sorry to hear that you case still pending. You are concerned now and wokeup from sleep after 2 years, 10 months, 12 days. If you are (1) employment based, post your country of chargability, labor priority date and date your file I485 - some souls can take a educated guess. (2) family based I485, this forum is not for you - your only options is to call USCIS

    Thats informative. My receipt is SRC-07-264-XXXXX. The received date is July 2 and notice date is Sept 4. I dont think my application was received on the 264th working day. Even if you consider Sept 4 as the 264th day, that means that there are about 274 working days in a year (Fiscal -Sept 30 or otherwise). That seems too high!



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  • black_logs
    02-08 03:52 PM
    I agree, It is just that I'm so frustrated to see them doing almost nothing since they came to power. All they talked since then is reservations...not a single project. After 2 years in power only 1 project they have initiated since then is this airport upgradation project that too is Vajpayee government's brainchild.





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  • paskal
    02-21 01:26 AM
    Option 5 is true for J1, since H1 is not a training visa however I do not think you can get an extension. For J1 it is a simple matter of getting a new sponsorship (used to be called IAP 66) from ECFMG.





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  • spgtopper
    02-03 10:16 AM
    Helpful_leo

    I want to answer to your question (or rather help you to get one)....

    just want to make sure we are referring to same link to the PACE bill etc.

    Pl. tell me if you are reading from this link
    http://www.compete.org/pdf/PACE_section_by_section%20-%20final%20.pdf
    or if it is something else pl. post it here.

    Also, it would be great if you point me to a specific section of the bill that you are particularly interested in knowing about.

    About your other question:
    A general answer is: yes, you may contact your own senators, and congressman (as they are most likely to read your mail). However, I must warn you that one person alone doing anything is not going to be that effective. It is much better if you team up with a group like ours (Immigration Voice) to make your voice heard. IV is presently focussing on the comprehensive immigration reform bill, but if you present your case here we'll see if and what can be done.

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    sailing_through
    02-18 12:12 PM
    My Indian employer offered me to coninue working from home from US. Is that legal to do when you are in the US on an H4 visa? Thanks..



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