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  • lelica32
    02-05 11:28 AM
    Hi,
    I have a problem. My Employer want to know how long it`s take to become the EB3 Visa, I meen after PERM, I-140. I`m from Germany. I have read that it`s take 4 years till a visa will be available. It`s really so?

    Lelica




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  • hijoo00
    02-15 10:51 AM
    I need an advice.

    Last year, I petitioned for my husband to get his green card and I was in a rush to get the application in before the application fee shot up, so I forgot to make copies of all the documents being sent to USCIS. Now, the interview is next week and I don't have a few of the documents that they want us to bring. It says that if already submitted, I don't have to bring in those documents, but I've heard that sometimes the interviewers still demands them during the interview.

    Is there any way of getting the documents from USCIS or is it lost forever?

    We will have the interview next Thursday, 21st of February.




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  • anantc
    09-20 01:29 PM
    Hello, My Labor got certified with PD Oct 2003 under EB2.
    I have to file for I-140. Where can I check the status whether it is current or lagging back ? Also is there a Premium 140 for EB2 started or not yet? Since I cannot file for I-485 till it becomes available and current to my PD, does it make sense to file for Premium 140 or should I file regularly?
    What are the steps for I-140 and any urls where I can see the status..?

    Thanks.
    anant
    :confused:




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  • dammeinmarrtin
    08-10 01:56 AM
    My wife and I got married here in the Phil.He wants to file for an immigrant visa.We've been searching on the internet for some info but unfortunately we have some problem with some sites coz we cant get access to it.I also want to know how long it'll take to process an immigrant visa and the fees.



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  • roseball
    07-10 04:58 PM
    Couldnt resist replying:

    DOS = Denial of Service = Dept of State.

    :D :D :D




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  • ksairi
    07-25 10:39 AM
    If any body got receipts for July applied 485! - Or any rejections !?.



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  • nfinity
    04-16 03:40 PM
    Hello Attorneys,

    My company recently moved offices to a new location just a few miles from the old location. Its in an adjacent county but with in the same state. We moved from Northbrook, IL to Deerfield IL, does this warrant a change in LCA/H1B?

    Please advise.

    Thanks




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  • Blog Feeds
    01-12 07:40 AM
    While the media is obsessing over Harry Reid's embarrassing comments about President Obama, Politico reports on another juicy story reported in Game Change, the new book on the 2008 campaign: [McCain aides John] Weaver and [Mark] Salter begged McCain to ease up. He was already the face of the Iraq surge. Now he was becoming the face of what opponents called 'amnesty.' Just tone down the rhetoric, his advisers pleaded. McCain refused. He was disgusted by republicans in Congress and talk radio gasbags such as rush Limbaugh who bashed immigrants. 'They�re going to destroy the f**king party,' he would say....

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  • leoindiano
    07-01 10:14 AM
    Will CIS Discontinue Intake of I- 485 Applications?

    It is possible. Such an action would be illegal, but CIS has already stopped accepting I- 485 applications for another category known as "Other Workers," despite June Visa Bulletin showing that category is current. My advice to all of you is keep filing all through the month of July. For all we know, they may never issue such an illegal policy or they might lose a lawsuit filed against them. So keep filing.




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    03-02 09:03 AM
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  • ameryki
    04-19 04:45 PM
    I e-filed my EAD renewal application along with my wife's EAD application on 03/16 and both were approved on 04/07. We both have sequential receipt #s.
    However, we received my wife's EAD on 04/12 but not mine. I am the primary application of 485.

    Does this happen often ?

    I would be concerned if you don't see anything in the mail by end of this week at the latest.




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  • sumanitha
    01-05 02:34 PM
    What will happen if my renewal EAD is still in the process while my current EAD is going to expire soon (in a week's period)?

    Can I work during the expired period?

    Please help..:confused:



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  • bobmal
    04-15 08:29 PM
    All,

    Here is my situation.

    - I have an approved I140 by my current employer and waiting for 485 to become current.
    - I am in the 7th year of my H1 with current validity till mid 2011.

    In case I lose job with the current employer, and the employer withdraws H1-B and I140, what are the options I have?

    Can I transfer H1 or apply for H1-B with another employer? How much grace period I have to leave the country?

    Appreciate any help from you guys.




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  • dilbert_cal
    03-22 12:01 PM
    You just need your approved EB3 I-140 notice


    You need a copy of the approved EB3-140. Original is not required and you will not get it either. A copy should be available but depends on whether your employer/lawyer shares documents with you or not.



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  • pappu
    01-07 10:07 AM
    We are looking for IV members that are employees of Google. Could you post on this thread and contact us.




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  • Macaca
    10-01 08:04 AM
    Taxes, Health Lead Hill Agenda (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/09/30/AR2007093001617.html?hpid=topnews) After Iraq Fight, Both Parties Welcome Shift By Jonathan Weisman | Washington Post Staff Writer, October 1, 2007

    Out of a political stalemate over Iraq, domestic policy is surging to prominence on Capitol Hill, with Republicans and Democrats preparing for a time-honored clash over health care, tax policy, the scope of government and its role in America's problems at home.

    The brewing veto fight this week over an expanded children's health insurance program is only the most visible sign of the new emphasis on domestic issues. Democratic White House hopefuls are resurrecting a push for universal health care while talking up tax policy, poverty and criminal justice. Democratic congressional leaders are revisiting Clinton-era battles over hate crimes and federal funding for local police forces.

    The White House, at the urging of congressional Republican leaders, is spoiling for a fight on Democratic spending. And GOP leaders are looking for any opportunity for confrontations on illegal immigration and taxation.

    At the heart of it all is a central question: Thirteen years after the 1994 Republican Revolution, has the country turned to the left in search of government solutions to intractable domestic problems?

    Democrats think that the answer is yes. "As conditions deteriorate, Americans are asking, 'Who can make it better? Where can we look for help?' And not surprisingly, government is increasingly the answer," said Peter Hart, a Democratic pollster.

    Even Republicans see a growing unease as the driving force in the domestic policy resurgence.

    "There's no question the economy is good, but it's not a good for everybody," said House Minority Leader John A. Boehner (R-Ohio.). "When you look at family incomes, there hasn't been much rise. But there has been increased health-care costs, increased energy costs. They're nibbling up more than the family budget. It just drives more concerns."

    For both parties, domestic policy fights are a welcome break after three election cycles dominated by terrorism and war. Republican and Democratic political leaders say they cannot shy away from the Iraq war. But for much of the year, the fight over the war has only shown Democrats to be ineffectual and Republicans to be intransigent.

    For Democrats, a break in that fight could allow them to focus on issues that voters say demand attention. Last year's election victories by Democratic Sens. James Webb in Virginia and Jon Tester in Montana, and by Democratic governors in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa and Ohio, show that a populist message can prevail even in swing states.

    For Republicans, changing the subject is simply a relief.

    "I think it is territory that tends to unite us more," said Senate Minority Whip Trent Lott (R-Miss.). "Republicans tend to squabble, but when it's fiscal issues, when it's economic issues, we tend to come together. That's what makes us Republicans."

    If so, the GOP may be having an identity crisis. Boehner, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and President Bush have met regularly on what Boehner calls his "rebranding" initiative: winning back for the GOP the mantle of fiscal discipline and limited government.

    But in the first big domestic battle on Capitol Hill, 18 Republicans in the Senate and 45 in the House abandoned their leaders to side with the Democrats on a five-year, $35 billion expansion of the State Children's Health Insurance Program.

    House Republicans are expected to muster enough votes to sustain Bush's anticipated veto of the SCHIP bill, but Boehner conceded that Congress is liable to override the promised veto on a $21 billion water-project bill so crammed with home-district projects that it has been denounced by taxpayer and environmental groups alike.

    "There's deadlock on Iraq. Bush is intransigent. It's clear we're not going to get the 60 votes to change course on the war. But Republicans are hurting too, so they're breaking with him on all these domestic issues," said Sen. Charles E. Schumer (N.Y.), chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

    Indeed, on the domestic front Republicans may be in the same bind that they face on foreign policy: Their conservative base is not where the rest of the country is.

    For more than a decade, the Democratic polling firm Hart Research and the Republican firm Public Opinion Strategies have read two propositions to Americans: "Government should do more to solve problems and help meet the needs of people" and "Government is doing too many things better left to businesses and individuals."

    In December 1995, at the height of the Republican Revolution, a less-intrusive government won out, 62 percent to 32 percent. This month, a more activist government won out, 55 percent to 38 percent. Independent voters sided with government activism, 52 percent to 39 percent.

    But Republican voters, by a margin of 62 to 32 percent, still say government is doing too much.

    "The big tectonic plates of American politics are shifting, and the old Republican policies of limited government aren't working like they used to," Schumer said. "Their problem is, the Republican primary vote is still the old George Bush coalition -- strong foreign policy, cut taxes, cut government, family values. But Americans aren't there anymore."

    But the same poll did find some hope for the GOP, said Neil Newhouse, a partner at Public Opinion Strategies. Americans said they do not see a role for the federal government in the current mortgage crisis.

    "Americans seem to be saying that the problems the country is facing demand a more activist government, but that this does not extend to all issues or every problem," Newhouse said.

    That's a difficult needle to thread, but it can be done, said former senator Jim Talent (R-Mo.), a top domestic policy adviser to Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney. Then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush showed in 2000, with his stand on education and his general slogan of "compassionate conservatism," that Republicans can win on traditional Democratic turf. They can do that again, especially on health care, Talent said.

    "Part of what is at the core of the party is smaller government, fiscal restraint," said Sen. Mel Martinez (Fla.), general chairman of the Republican National Committee. "But like in this debate on SCHIP, it's very important that we as Republicans make it clear we are for insuring children."

    "It's no longer permissible for us to think 47 million Americans being uninsured is okay," Martinez said.



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  • Nitu Singh
    06-21 02:42 PM
    When is it safe to change employment once you file for I-485?
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  • Michael chertoff
    10-06 03:17 PM
    Last month dates were 7 Jan 2005.
    This month dates are 22 Jan 2005.
    Still the reported Jan 2005 approvals(, IV ) etc are less than 5.
    Not sure whats happening to these

    New topic for discussion while waiting for friday bulletin :)

    May be all of them are approaved...hope to see some forward movement in next bulletin.

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  • n1d1s1
    08-31 06:57 PM
    I got married last year in India and came with my husband on H4 visa.I have applied for MS in computer science and i got admission.My question is what is the procedure to change of my surname.Currently i am using my maiden name as my surname and it's on my passport and visa.As i am on H4 visa I don't have SSN.I don't have any idea about the procedure.Kindly help me regarding to this issue.....
    Thanks in advance....




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    05-26 02:28 PM
    At Well-Paying Law Firms, a Low-Paid Corner - Yahoo! Finance (http://finance.yahoo.com/news/At-WellPaying-Law-Firms-a-nytimes-1899956294.html?x=0&.v=1)

    WHEELING, W.Va. � The nation�s biggest law firms are creating a second tier of workers, stripping pay and prestige from one of the most coveted jobs in the business world.

    Make no mistake: These are full-fledged lawyers, not paralegals, and they do the same work traditional legal associates do. But they earn less than half the pay of their counterparts � usually around $60,000 � and they know from the outset they will never make partner.




    elaiyam
    06-25 03:11 PM
    What is the difference between an I-797 and an I-797C? Can we use I-797C to apply?



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