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    06-08 03:08 PM
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    Guys. Is this 7% country limit a hard or soft one ?. Assuming 1,40,000 total immigrant visas, India would get 7% of it and that is 9800. Then you have the preference category. Assuming there are unused immigrant visas from other countries, how do they get allocated ?. Does anyone has clear idea ?.

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  • bestin
    10-02 06:32 AM
    I was under the impression that they send only one notice for each case and that too to the attorney.My attorney has send me a mail that he received the receipt notices and the original would have been sent to the employer.In case the employer has not received,he will send me a copy.

    Do i need to have the original receipts.I have a valid L1 stamping and planning to travel early next month.I heard that i need to have atleast receipt notices if i dont have the AP approval by then.


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  • pinkam
    11-18 11:10 PM
    hi everybody,
    hope I will get guidance..Here is my case....
    I am an Indian and I have been living in USA for about one year as a dependent of F1 visa holder.Recently I got my I-20 and now I want to change my status from F2 to F1.I have only 2 months left to start my classes.And I have some Questions regarding changing status...

    1.Is 2 months period is sufficient if I file from USA?

    2. what are the chances of changing status (from F2 to F1) if I file from India?
    In case, my visa status does not change,will I be able to come back to USA on F2 ? will they reject my current F2 visa as well?

    please.. help me with these questions.I will appreciate if somebody could advise me...


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  • darkman
    05-15 08:28 PM
    i called IO for the status of my case , they told me that my case is assigned to an officer. does anyone know what does this means?

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  • code_monkey
    09-13 08:58 PM
    Hi folks,

    Sorry if this is in the wrong forum.

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    Now that she can work from Oct, she is seeking suitable job.

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  • silvergga
    02-13 03:19 PM

    I have a RFE for my 485 according to the online status. My PD is current, and NSC's 485 processing time is now July 19, 07. My 485 RD was July 25, 07, so it is likely that they are working on adjudicating my case (and could have approved if there were no RFE).

    I am still waiting for the RFE in the mail to know what it is exactly. But, assume that I fulfill their request and mail them the required items immediately, will I need to wait another 6 months before they check my RFE fulfillment? Or do they usually look at the RFE immediately (since they are already working on my case)...


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    12-10 05:20 PM
    The San Jose Mercury News this week profiled Sheba George, Ph. D., an Indian-born sociologist who is the daughter of an Indian nurse, who is focusing her research on Indian nurses in the United States and how they can better integrate in to the American health care system. Professor George discusses in the interview the special challenges Indian nurses face and how these nurses can better adapt to their new environment.

    More... (http://blogs.ilw.com/gregsiskind/2009/12/immigrant-of-the-day-sheba-george-sociologist.html)


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  • number30
    06-08 04:16 PM

    I am confused with AP expiration date.

    The printed exiration date is :July 29, 2009
    But my latest paroled stamp on AP it is : Dec 05, 2009.

    Which date should i follow to renew my AP?


    Go by original printed exiration date. Someone confused with this . He has to reapply for the green card.

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    07-02 04:30 PM
    On June 25, President Obama met with a bipartisan group of 30 key legislators beginning a dialogue that he hopes will lead to comprehensive immigration reform in 2009 or early in 2010. Among the topics discussed were border security, family reunification and reform of the outdated quota system. Following the meeting, the President stated, �but what I�m encouraged by is that after all the overheated rhetoric and the occasional demagoguery on all sides around this issue, we�ve got a responsible set of leaders sitting around the table who want to actively get something done and not put it off until...

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  • sbmallik
    11-29 10:20 AM
    I-140 is employer's petition, so your tax returns are unnecessary. For information sake please check this link (http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=4a5a4154d7b3d010VgnVCM10000048f3d6a1RCR D&vgnextchannel=7d316c0b4c3bf110VgnVCM1000004718190a RCRD) for details.


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  • cs007
    10-31 12:28 AM
    Hi, I am in 8th year of H1b with 140 approved (EB3) from company A. I would like to switch to company B and planning to start EB2 quickly to enage a new interesting project . I have following questions related to the same and early advice from you all would be highly appreciated as am running out of time in engaging the new project.

    1. Can I do H1 transfer from company A to company B using A's 140 approval after my 6 years of original h1b quota. I am currently on 8th year of h1b.

    2. Can I able to port the priority date from company A's EB3 filing with the new EB2 filing from company B?

    3. If company A cancels the 140, still can I able to port the PD ?


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  • Macaca
    10-22 08:07 AM
    Can Washington Be Fixed? (http://www.usnews.com/articles/news/politics/2007/10/19/can-washington-be-fixed.html) The war. Healthcare. Airline delays. Katrina. Americans are fed up with inaction�and demanding change By Kenneth T. Walsh, October 19, 2007

    There they go again.

    The White House and Congress are in a nasty stalemate over expanding access to children's healthcare. President Bush predicts a "fiscal showdown" this fall with Democratic legislators over virtually all his spending priorities. "We're now more than halfway through October, and the new leaders in Congress have had more than nine months to get things done for the American people," Bush told a news conference last week. "Unfortunately, they haven't managed to pass many important bills. Now the clock is winding down, and in some key areas, Congress is just getting started." In a familiar tit for tat, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi shot back: "There is no better example of why Washington is not working for the American people than the president claiming to seek common ground at the same time he is bitterly attacking Congress."

    Beyond that, no solution has emerged for the subprime mortgage meltdown that may cost hundreds of thousands of Americans their homes and endangers the wider economy. The Iraq war grinds on, with no apparent end in sight. Idaho Sen. Larry Craig is reviving the sleaze-factor saga that has been so damaging to Washington by trying to withdraw his guilty plea to disorderly conduct stemming from a restroom sex sting.

    It's the constant refrain from the presidential candidates, political scientists, and, most important of all, everyday Americans: Washington is broken. Rancorous partisanship has nearly paralyzed the government. The nation's leaders have lost touch with the people. Above all, it's time for a change. Historians and pollsters say the zeitgeist is clear. Americans are more frustrated with their government today than they have been in a long time, even more so than during the Watergate scandal. And those negative feelings have become the subtext of the 2008 presidential race. "Distrust of politicians and politics are part of American culture," says Princeton historian Julian Zelizer. "But the distrust is getting worse."

    With good reason. The government can't seem to solve any of its major problems, from reforming Social Security to illegal immigration. "Anytime there is a major policy failure," such as the disastrous government response to Hurricane Katrina, Zelizer says, "it decreases Americans' belief that government can do good." The Democrats and Republicans are increasingly relying on their base voters and aren't reaching out to anyone else, making compromise nearly impossible. Corruption scandals have increased public cynicism. The 24-hour news cycle emphasizes conflict and wrongdoing more than ever. The Iraq war has deepened the nation's anxiety. President Bush and Congress endure record-low approval ratings. In fact, 7 out of 10 Americans now say the country is headed in the wrong direction. "People feel nothing gets done in Washington, that the hot air of summer has become a permanent condition," says Kenneth Duberstein, former White House chief of staff for Ronald Reagan.

    The need for change is such a dominant theme that all the main presidential contenders are calling for an end to business as usual. The Democrats, trying to draw contrasts with the GOP White House of George W. Bush, are the most pointed. Front-runner Hillary Clinton says her experience as first lady and as a senator from New York enables her to bring more positive and effective change than her rivals. "She has represented change all her life," says Mark Penn, her chief strategist , "and she's been fighting the special interests all her life." Illinois Sen. Barack Obama goes further. "There are those who tout their experience working the system in Washington," Obama says. "But the problem is the system in Washington isn't working for us, and it hasn't been for a very long time." And John Edwards told U.S. News: "Washington is severely broken. And I think the system is rigged, and I think it's rigged against the American people and it's rigged by powerful interests and their lobbyists in Washington."

    The Republicans are more restrained in attacking Bush, the titular head of their party, but they realize that public resentment of the status quo runs deep. "When, every day, Americans are being shot and Iraqis are being blown up, it feels lousy," says former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. "I happen to think that the failures in Iraq have a great deal to do with the wrong-track sentiment that exists in the country today."

    Can't say no. Beyond Iraq, other reasons for public frustration with Washington include anxiety about job security, wage stagnation, retirement, and access to affordable healthcare�all situations that the White House and Congress have failed to improve. "Because the two parties are so evenly balanced, it's not possible for one party to pass its own agenda," says conservative strategist Grover Norquist. "When you've got a fifty-fifty balance, each team needs all its most motivated players and each team can't say no to its radical special interests."

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  • Blog Feeds
    12-14 02:20 PM
    I heard a fascinating interview of Kati Marton by Bob Edwards this weekend and am going to buy her new book Enemies of the People. The Hungarian-born Ms. Marton is a former ABC News reporter and NPR international correspondent. Journalism is in her blood. Her parents were reporters in Hungary for UPI and the AP and they risked their lives trying to report the truth in that country in the years leading up to the 1956 revolution. She writes about her parents' arrests by the secret police and the experience of living her first eight years in Hungary in her...

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    03-01 04:52 PM
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    Blog Feeds
    06-25 01:30 PM
    There is no question that the current economic malaise is a major factor in the current demand being short of the H-1B supply. (As of June 18, 2010, 22,900 regular cap petitions and 9,700 master�s degree exemption petitions have been received by USCIS). But, as reported in one of the authors� previous blogs, the state of our economy is but one of the reasons for the decrease in H-1B usage. Perhaps another reason is an employer�s ability to make use of a relatively recent DHS rule which permits an F-1 visa holder working pursuant to OPT to extend such OPT...

    More... (http://blogs.ilw.com/h1bvisablog/2010/06/considering-signing-up-for-everify-in-lieu-of-filing-an-h1b-for-an-opt.html)

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