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  • up_guy
    09-01 08:53 PM
    Please reply someone..
    take care
    manish




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  • Axilleus
    10-23 10:42 AM
    EAD application sent Aug 26 (Arrived Aug 28)
    RN Sep 17
    FP Oct 20
    Current Status: Case received and pending

    I am supposed to start working on Nov 5 and I pray and hope to get my EAD by then.




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  • AK_GC
    03-17 02:13 PM
    We didn't have issues getting the original loan and getting refinances for our home with H1 and our EAD/ AP....although they need lot more paperwork. But if you have good credit score, and if you have the papers that they request, you should be able to get a good rate. The time from application to closing takes a little longer though.




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  • GCNeophyte
    09-17 02:11 PM
    one more question... if I reenter using my AP then IO always take you to some place/room to verify something or its sometimes/randomly only? I just realize that my connection time while coming back from one airport(POE) to another is just 2 hours.

    I can tell you right now that 2 hrs is not enough time for your connection flight and it is NOT RANDOM.its for all AP holders



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  • Sakthisagar
    12-01 02:44 PM
    Issues facing the 2010 lame-duck session of Congress - The Washington Post (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/lameduck/index.html)

    1. Tax cuts
    The most pressing issue in the lame-duck Congress sounds, at first glance, like a typo.

    The federal government spends more money than it takes in. The two parties both agree that this is bad. Here�s what they can�t agree on: How much less should the government take in, in the years to come?

    The debate is about income tax cuts, passed under President George W. Bush, which are due to expire Dec. 31. If that happens, a single person earning $46,000 a year might see his or her taxes jump $400, according to the nonprofit Tax Policy Center. A married couple earning a total of $440,000, on the other hand, might see an increase of $20,000.

    Most Democrats want to extend tax cuts covering up to the first $250,000 that a family earns in a year. Republican leaders want to keep all the tax cuts, including those on income above $250,000. In a recession, they say, it doesn�t make sense to cut anyone�s taxes.

    Congress and the president could agree to a temporary truce, extending all the tax cuts for a few years only. Or, as some Democrats have suggested recently, they could agree to keep tax cuts on incomes less than $1 million.


    2. The New START treaty
    The point of this U.S.-Russia treaty, signed but not yet ratified, is to continue the slow nuclear stand-down that has followed the Cold War. The two nations would agree to cut deployed long-range nuclear weapons by up to 30 percent and to allow each other to inspect the remaining stockpiles.

    The prevention of nuclear armageddon still enjoys wide support on Capitol Hill.

    But this treaty does not.

    New START must be ratified by two-thirds of the Senate. That was no problem for two past treaties: the first Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, signed in 1992 by President George H.W. Bush, and the �Moscow Treaty,� signed in 2003 by President George W. Bush.

    But now, Sen. John Kyl (Ariz.), the chamber�s second-ranking Republican, has held up the treaty�s passage. Kyl has said he wants more guarantees that the government will properly maintain the nuclear weapons that remain. He also thinks that the lame-duck session is too short a time to consider the issue.

    The White House is now trying to work around Kyl to win over nine other Republican. If it can�t, there will be more Republicans � and perhaps more support for denying Obama a foreign policy win � in January.


    3. �Don�t ask, don�t tell�
    This 17-year-old rule, which bars gay men and lesbians from serving openly in the military, has been under attack all year. This fall, a federal judge ruled the ban unconstitutional and ordered it scrapped. A higher court reinstated the ban while it considers the matter on appeal.

    And on Tuesday, a Pentagon report concluded that ending the ban would pose a low risk to military readiness. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said that the repeal of the rule �should be done.�

    But �don�t ask, don�t tell� isn�t dead yet and could outlive the lame-duck session.

    Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) could bring it up for a vote on the floor this month. But the ascendant GOP is in no mood to cooperate. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) says he�s still worried about the effect on morale, and other Republican leaders say the whole issue is a distraction from their top priority � job creation.


    4. The �Continuing resolution�
    A continuing resolution (known in Hill jargon as a �CR�) is a bill that�s introduced when Congress can�t agree on a full budget for the federal government.

    Instead, it passes a bill to temporarily �continue� funding federal agencies at their present rates.

    Congress must pass a new continuing resolution before Friday. If it doesn�t, the government will shut down � as it did in 1995 during a budget showdown between President Bill Clinton and congressional Republicans.

    The sticking point is Republican demands to shrink federal spending back to 2008 levels. But a shutdown still seems unlikely; while a lot of voters want smaller government, very few seem to want no government.

    Signs from the Hill indicate legislators will beat Friday�s deadline and pass a resolution good for another few weeks, at least.


    5. Unemployment benefits
    Another looming deadline. On Tuesday, emergency unemployment insurance � he federal checks given to the jobless � expired. If nothing is done to extend the benefits, advocates say as many as 3 million people will see their checks cut off by the end of January.

    Some Republicans have voiced concerns about the high cost of these benefits. In the middle of last month, the House failed to approve a plan to extend them, with all but 11 Democrats voting for it and all but 21 Republicans voting against it.


    6. Childhood nutrition
    On Wednesday, House Democratic leaders plan to call a vote that could be a measure of the muscle they�ve got left. At issue: a bill that would feed schoolchildren better food.

    If they can�t win on that, it could be a long month.

    The bill is intended to give more poor children access to subsidized meals at school. It also would improve the quality of those meals and give more federal money to school districts that comply with higher nutrition standards.

    �Kids that have food insecurity learn at a slower rate than their peers,� House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told reporters Tuesday. �Food insecurity� is Washington-speak for �hunger.�

    The bill passed the Senate unanimously. But it will face some Republican opposition in the House from members who say it will impose more costs on struggling school systems.


    7. The DREAM Act
    This bill is aimed at illegal immigrants who came to this country as children. If they go to college or join the military as adults, it would give them a chance to obtain legal residency.

    As attitudes toward illegal immigrants have hardened, support for the bill has collapsed among Republicans and many Democrats. To them, it looks like a kind of amnesty for lawbreakers.

    On Tuesday, Reid could promise only a �test vote� on the issue: he would bring the issue to the Senate floor, and take his chances. The implicit message was that Reid might lose � but lose in a way that showed Hispanic voters he was trying.




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  • jasmin45
    07-12 08:46 PM
    Lets discuss this after we deal with July Feasco. no offence to you as you are free to keep moving this post of yours... its just my oppinion and of most in this thread as well.. One issue at a time!



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  • Dhundhun
    06-07 06:04 PM
    At what stage am I determined as EB2 or EB3? Is it at the labor or I-140 stage?
    This may be a basic fact, but I am not aware of the fact. Pardon my ignorance.


    :confused:
    Phase one: This is part of I-140 filled by employer (of beneficiary in some cases)

    Part 2. Petition type.
    a. An alien of extraordinary ability.
    b. An outstanding professor or researcher.
    c. A multinational executive or manager.
    d. A member of the professions holding an advanced degree or an alien of exceptional ability (who is NOT seeking a National Interest Waiver).
    e. A professional (at a minimum, possessing a bachelor's degree or a foreign degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree) or a skilled worker (requiring at least two years of specialized training or experience).
    f. (Reserved.)
    g. Any other worker (requiring less than two years of training or experience).
    h. Soviet Scientist
    i. An alien applying for a National Interest Waiver (who IS a member of the professions holding an advanced degree or an alien of exceptional ability).

    Phase two: Endorsement by USCIS Officer based on evaluation of I140

    Classification:
    203(b)(1)(A) Alien of Extraordinary Ability
    203(b)(1)(B) Outstanding Professor or Researcher
    203(b)(1)(C) Multi-National Executive or Manager
    203(b)(2) Member of Professions w/Adv.Degree or Exceptional Ability
    203(b)(3)(A)(i) Skilled Worker
    203(b)(3)(A)(ii) Professional
    203(b)(3)(A)(iii) Other Worker

    Certification:
    National Interest Waiver (NIW)
    Schedule A, Group I
    Schedule A, Group II




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  • chandler_vt
    04-30 08:17 AM
    Where did you get this info? Could you please point out a reference that says so?

    You have to think about it in these terms.

    1) Say you show the experience. Then it means you were working in US while being on h4. It doesn't matter if you received salary here or not. Like say if some VP of infosys comes to US for a meeting, he is getting his salary in India. But he is here on proper visa to do his work.

    2) On the other hand, h4 prevents you from doing any kind of work while in US. Although u may still be employee of a company in other country, you CAN't work. Simple.

    Someone mentioned a British citizen gets paid in pounds while she works in Cali. See my example of Infosys VP. Its important to know which visa she has. I m sure she won't be on H4.



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  • njboy
    01-18 01:38 PM
    I didnt mean 485 denial even though the subject of post says so, I meant LCA denial, or 140 denial, but most of you are seeing from your own narrow perspective where you have EAD, and have i-140 approved and have already gone through labor cert. But what about people who are just starting the PERM process..? Comeon they are part of our community too..




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  • Tshelar
    08-24 08:57 AM
    As far as I know INS cannot look into somebody's tax records without the individual's consent. I am not sure this is even a genuine post.
    And of course IRS is happy take your taxes, they don't care about the immigration status.



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  • letstalklc
    09-01 03:37 PM
    Congratulations....There are cases that prior to your PD and waiting....you are really lucky....




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  • some_guy
    07-17 05:37 PM
    Great news...... Keep going IV



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  • EndlessWait
    12-06 07:35 AM
    Hello I opened 2 SRs 4 weeks ago. Yesterday I got two notices from USCIS.
    My wife got finger printing notice but my notice says that "USCIS will notify me of biometrics when the appointment is available". Its so weird. I'm the prime applicant. Anybody any ideas? My lawyer said wait for 1 month. I spoke to USCIS customer service and they said wait for next month and open another SR.

    My case was filed at NSC , then went to CSC and then transferred to NSC.

    Anybody any ideas? Have they heard of cases where dependants are getting FP while Primary is waiting.




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  • rkp27
    07-11 01:03 PM
    Your case is just like many others here. Does that worth you own thread?
    Spend some time to read thru some posts. You will know there are many people who are with 2002 PD have not been approved yet. If there's a definitely answer for your question, why will they be frustrate.

    My friend,

    I dont know what tends to write the answer you replied.. but i am not here to find out why anybody frustrate or what any anybody is doing etc.. Its not my business as well..

    I ask question because it just came in my mind.. i dont bothers about others at all..

    God bless everyone..



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  • x1050us
    06-25 09:29 PM
    My H4 spouse left the country for vacation on May 25 (before h4 expiry)
    Attorney filed 7th year ext and I 539 on Jun14.
    My 6th year of H1 ended on Jun 17.

    The attorney was not reachable by HR or myself. HR calls me today about problem with H4 and the attorney wants to discuss. What the heck ? Do they file I-539 when some one is not in the country ? She and I always maintained proper status. What can be the problem? I am freaking out to get my h1 ext approval asap and bring her back to file 485. Now my head is exploding. Any clues ? I cant bear this suspense.




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  • ganguteli
    02-03 01:54 PM
    Dont stay here .. People like you causing problem for people who work hard. If you cannot find job.. why the hell you stay here. You should pack bag.. If you are rich enough to spend money while not working in USA come on B1 visa and stay for 180 days in 5 star hotel.

    Go back...

    Dude 'Fairlyangel' may be 'Tunnel rat' now posing as an angel . He is trying real hard to show H1Bs as fraud but he himself is faking his identity on IV and doing fraud.

    Common, post your real name and real resume if you have any guts. Stop being annonymous if you really want to change the system.
    :D:D:D:D



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  • shx
    04-27 12:48 PM
    GE is not a person. All of GE employees as well as share holders pay taxes on their income. Why do you want to double tax the companies and make them go out of business? Thats one reason companies have to setup operations in tax haven countries.

    It's as if the wife has to pay taxes on her salary and then the husband has to pay taxes on the pocket money he gets from his wife as monthly allowance to run the house hold. (Just reversed the traditional places of husband and wife for fun).




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  • perm2gc
    12-26 11:46 AM
    Pappu - thanks for the quick reply.

    The reason I asked - I got the impression that IV is for the "highly qualified" people. I know "highly qualified" is a subjective term. I did 3 yrs bachelors in commerce from India. I was not sure if I am "highly qualified" or not. Reading through a forum I came to know about the SKIL bill - which I don't think is for guys with my qualification.

    Is IV only pursuing SKIL bill or are there any other bills that would benefits people like me? If there are, then where can I read about those provisions? I want to browse though them and want to see if it would help my case.

    Thanks again for your help.
    IB
    Thank You for joining IV.SKIL bill may not be for you but the provisions in the SKIL bill has lot of benefits that will indirectly benefit you.IV is not organization for 4year degree or Nyear degree but for all.
    As you might be aware that you will be filing the your case under EB3 and we have many members with your scenario (including educational qualifications)So by being an active member on IV,you will have access to information that is hard to find.
    If you go through the IV agenda,if you will know more about the bills IV is pursuing.




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  • chvs2000@yahoo.com
    10-21 09:58 AM
    Other alternative is to have your employer run the payroll for 5000 and deduct 500 from your adjusted gross income when you file taxes.

    Note that you can only deduct unreimbursed work related expenses when you choose to itemize your deductions.




    140jibjab
    01-11 12:24 PM
    You wil need to Update your Biographic information(there is a form # for it) for your I485 application. It is not mandatory. But is adviced to do so. Why are you hesitating to update your I485 to drop your spouse?

    US consulate in India will not have the information regarding I485.



    Thanks So much for the Answers.

    Can you please answer one more Question?

    I m not updating the INS regarding the Divorce, when my new wife attaends the H4, she would show the Divorce and Remarried certficate to the Consulate is that good enough so that they would take care of evrything?

    Thank you again




    orangutan
    10-05 02:31 PM
    I can't stop laughing. :D:D:D.
    You made my day.

    Not exactly, http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?t=21871



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