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  • franklin
    06-14 11:03 AM
    I am appalled at the insensitivity and selfishness of some of the posters here.

    Those of you who have just had good news yesterday that YOU are ok should be ASHAMED of yourselves by telling people in a much more depressing situation to lighten up.:confused:

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  • bugsbunny
    05-06 12:24 AM
    Yes sir even I did my F1 process from INDIA by myself.

    Impressive! What's your field if you don't mind me asking.

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  • indio0617
    09-20 11:02 AM
    you guys must have seen me with my 3 kids in a stroller and my wife handing out flowers and holding a placard...
    it was an experience in itself, a good one
    with lasting memories



    It was a great selfless gesture from you and your wife driving all the way to DC with 3 kids to manage as well.

    Thank you.

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  • vdlrao
    10-12 04:15 PM
    Chronography of facts

    EB was current from AUGUST 1999 until April 2000.

    This warning was issued in the March 2000 VB:

    �Demand for immigrant visa numbers by INS for AOS cases in all categories, continues to be steady but has not reached the level requiring action at this time. It is anticipated that INS demand for numbers will require the establishment of visa cut-off dates for April in some or all of the CHINA-mainland born and INDIA Employment categories�.

    In May 2000. EB2 was retrogressed to 01JUL97 for China and 01APR99 for India

    In December 2000 VB the big announcement came:
    Greater availability of EB immigrant visas: On October 17th, the President signed P.L. 106-313. Title I of this law is known as the "American Competitiveness in the Twenty-first Century Act of 2000" and contains amendments to the INA regarding EB immigrant visas.
    In fiscal years 1999 and 2000, due in part to the per-country limits, the annual limit for EB immigrant visas was not reached. P.L. 106-313 makes the following changes in an attempt to rectify the situation with regard to per-country limits:
    Section 106 recaptures those EB visa numbers that were available but not used in fiscal years 1999 and 2000, creating a "pool" of approximately 130,000 numbers. These numbers could be made available to applicants in the EB1, EB2 and EB3 preference categories beginning in fiscal year 2001.
    Section 104 removes the per-country limit in instances where the overall applicant demand for EB visas is less than the numbers available without regard to those limits. This determination will be made quarterly, based on a comparison of the overall demand versus the available numbers. If the total number of available EB visas is greater than the number of qualified applicants who may otherwise be issued such visas (during the same period), the per-country limitations on EB visas will be lifted for the remainder of that quarter.
    In May 2001 EB2 became current again for both India and China.

    July 2001 VB:
    All categories have become "Current" for July, and are expected to remain so for the remainder of FY-2001. The cut-off date movement in all oversubscribed categories has been extremely rapid during the past year. This is because the FY-2001 limit is approximately 50,000 higher than normal, and legislative changes removed the per-country limitation if there are otherwise unused EB numbers available.
    All categories are expected to remain "Current" for the foreseeable future.

    January 2005 VB

    June 2005 VB
    During the past month there has been a significant increase in the amount of numbers being used by CIS offices for AOS applicants. This level of demand has significantly depleted the supply of EB numbers available under the annual limit. Recent discussions with CIS have made it clear that their backlog reduction efforts will sustain or increase the current level of demand. Therefore, continued visa availability in the EB categories cannot be guaranteed during the final quarter of FY-2005. If demand continues at the current rate, it will be necessary to oversubscribe many or all of the EB categories on a Worldwide basis. Such oversubscription could result in the establishment of cut-off dates, retrogression of already established dates, or some categories becoming �unavailable�.
    July 2005 VB
    EB3 and Third Other Worker categories have reached their annual limits and no further FY-2005 allocations are possible for the period July through September.

    September 2005 VB
    The backlog reduction efforts of both CIS, and the DOL continue to result in very heavy demand for EB numbers. It is anticipated that the amount of such cases will be sufficient to use all available numbers in many categories. As a result cut-off dates in the EB3 category will apply to the China, India, and Philippines chargeabilities beginning in October, and it is possible that Mexico may be added to this list. In addition, it is anticipated that heavy demand will require the establishment of a EB3 cut-off date on a Worldwide basis by December.
    The amount of Employment demand for applicants from China and India is also likely to result in the oversubcription of the EB1 and B2 categories for those chargeability areas. The establishment of such cut-off dates is expected to occur no later than December.
    The level of demand in the Employment categories is expected to be far in excess of the annual limits, and once established, cut-off date movements are likely to be slow.

    October 2005 VB:
    Item D in the September VB announcing the September cut-off dates provided information regarding the prospects of visa availability during the early months of FY-2006. Many categories have become oversubscribed for October, and cut-off dates established due to continued heavy demand for numbers by CIS for adjustment of status cases. Forward movement of the cut-off dates in these categories is likely to be limited.

    And IV was born.

    Have a nice weekend.

    Very Good Post to know what has happened so far for EB category.


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  • RajForGC
    02-19 08:21 PM
    I think BPC and new case PERM is same, if it is same position then employer has to withdraw the first case as of DOL new FAQ, if it different position then shouldn't have to withdraw the case, possibly audited by the DOL as of above explained rule..... If the case is audited how long it usually take DOL to decide,

    For 2nd Case should we file by mail, providing certain reason with the application?

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  • byeusa
    07-11 03:37 PM
    Man this is news. Breaking news... 3 cheers to Congresswoman Lofgren in her effort to get to the bottom of this mess 2007.pdf


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  • eb3retro
    04-07 12:39 PM
    Hi folks, good to see great moment in IV with regards to advocacy efforts. I still remember the day I attended the rally in DC conducted by IV. I cant forget the crowd. Amazing.

    Update on me - r2id in feb. Joined the new job. Enjoying every bit of it. Initial challenges as expected in settling down. But slowly things are moving. Got admission in school for kids, took an apt for rent etc. Just wanted to stop by and congratulate everyone in IV on the advocacy efforts.

    GO IV..ians..This is the year we got the world cup. This could be the year where we get through to the lawmakers and make them understand the agony of so many families waiting in limbo in the GC queue. All the best.

    Chaya, We are going back to India on personal choice. My manager here knows very clearly that I cannot take up promotions and the HR does not want to do eb3-->eb2 conversion. So, I took up this crap for a while, and decided to put an end to this misery once and for all. And fortunately the same company is offering me a job in India at a good designation with good compensation. Also, we were missing out (esp my kids) were missing out lot of things happening in India, which they want to be a part of. Original idea was to stay in US for 10 years and go, only difference is now, we did spend that 10 years but still dont have our GC. Another important thing that we considered was , it becomes more difficult to take this decision when we have GC in hand because, as much as it helps to stay in US, it avoids us from leaving US too, and to wait for citizenship is another 5 years from that point, which could all take easily 6 years to the minimum from today. Thats why we wanted to make it easy on us, and do this now.

    Looking back, would I re-do this GC process one more time - no, but am I happy to be a part of IV - you bet I am. Thats the bottom line.

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  • abhisam
    04-12 02:14 PM
    You were looking at a older instruction? the link you have posted is the same as what
    gcformeornot posted. please clarify, the instruction states its validity so we have to use that accordingly.

    It is not advised to double file, perhaps you'll get this back sooner than expected and then send it to the lockbox, dunno why they are complicating things as it is there are enough complications :-(

    u bet..there are enough complications already..and the old instructions file shows up in google when I search for 765 istructions!! :(

    I called USCIS and talked to a very friendly IO. He said that either nebraska center will foward my application to the correct office, or they will send it back to me. He said that I could send another application to the correct address, but then its very possible that they will cash both the checks. If I stop payment on the nebraska check, then they will send me an invoice, asking for the processing fee of $340.

    He asked to call back in 30 days if i dont hear from them regarding my application. He also said that they are taking around 90 days to approve EAD renewals.


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  • WillIBLucky
    02-02 09:01 AM
    Thomas does say about the amendment. It was included in minimum wage bill that has passed in senate.

    Even this amendment S. Amd 187 was agreed to in senate. So I believe if the minimum wage billed has been passed then same goes with the amendments too. So we can still hope and not that this was hoax.

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  • Prasad_FL
    05-19 05:44 PM
    I called all the phone no.


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  • santb1975
    04-17 12:07 AM
    We need 125 more to reach our goal

    Just got one more membership!!

    Go Team IV

    We are now 25 strong!!

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  • kurtz_wolfgang
    09-03 12:02 PM
    I got it !!!!

    no CPO or welcome email.... just the below...funny part is, it was approved yesterday and when I checked the status this morning there was no change.

    well I will take it :)

    the weired part is no email even though I have "Y" in the settings.. I just happened to check the status online and have the below message for spouse and I



    Current Status: Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident.

    On September 2, 2009, we mailed you a notice that we had registered this customer's new permanent resident status. Please follow any instructions on the notice. Your new permanent resident card should be mailed within 60 days following this registration or after you complete any ADIT processing referred to in the welcome notice, whichever is later. If you move before you get your new card call customer service. You can also receive automatic e-mail updates as we process your case. Just follow the link below to register

    I got this....

    Current Status: Card production ordered.

    On September 1, 2009, we ordered production of your new card. Please allow 30 days for your card to be mailed to you. If we need something from you we will contact you. If you move before you receive the card, call customer service. You can also receive automatic e-mail updates as we process your case. Just follow the link below to register.

    Is that good enough?? :confused::confused:


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  • willwin
    10-05 04:14 PM
    right. in the AILA call also they cautioned that retrogression will become worse (dates moving back!) once USCIS starts processing all those July/August filers...

    Going by that, I guess, dates may move forward very slowly until these new applications are dust-shed and taken for process. And, this may take atleast 6-9 months or more in my opinion (going by the processing times of various USCIS centers).

    They have started FY 2008 with some caution after July fiasco and may ease it up a bit in the next couple of months. I am confident most 2002 cases and some 2003 cases would see approval in the next 3-4 months.

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  • nyte_crawler
    09-26 07:26 PM
    It is quite childish to create a new id every time you want to say something negative. Your message may be simple and straight forward, but it lacks the integrity or any trust worthiness.

    This thread has gone anywhere. It could be simply because of the lack of EB3 I members participation. There is a definite lack of support from the vested parties and a few are discrediting this solution from getting traction and to top it all, I don't see any rational explanation against this. All I see is uncivilized personal attacks, self gloating and people who love to have fun at the misery of others.

    As I said before, I will go ahead and do research on what we can do about it and use my years of invested social capital to see if I can do something about it. Once I get some thing substantially done, I will come here for support.

    For the "skillz" person, I personally enjoyed your rants. I have/had chances to know personally and professionally many Stanford graduates, I believe they are not as much as fun as you are. :)


    I believe in talking simple and straight. Well, EB3 friends have every right to work for their benefit. Nothing wrong with that. EB2 people should therefore unite and protect their interests too. EB2 group should unite and lobby hard to ensure that the current equation EB1 > EB2 > EB3 is not disturbed. After all, everyone is selfish when the pins are down. EB2 friends, can we be proactive and protect our interests before it is too late? Nothing to get emotional about


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  • andy garcia
    06-29 04:02 PM
    Thanks Andy for something authentic. What is VCO advisory? Does this advisory reset dates in VB?

    The AILA memo says this:

    We have been informed that USCIS HQ has instructed the NSC and TSC to reject employment based I-485 applications in the third preference �Other Workers� based on a memo sent by the DOS�s VO to USCIS advising that as of June 6, 2007, there would be no further authorization of visa numbers in this category.

    According to this the VO or VCO can advise CIS to stop asking for numbers.
    Is this a violation of the law?
    Of course not.

    AILA is trying to establish a precedent by saying that only the VB is the one that should determine the visa availabulity.

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  • marlon2006
    06-08 03:07 PM
    I don�t know what is so hard about this deadlock. Don�t they know that if:
    1. Illegals are given temporary visas for them to return after a number of years, no-body would come forward. The illegals would see this as shooting themselves in the foot. They would prefer to remain in the dark and live here permanently. Purpose defeated.

    >>>> If you enforce common laws which require a certain documentation, most people would not get a job here. Many would go home. There are lots of people here who does have a job back home. Between having a very bad condition here and an low paying job back home, many people with a choice would pick the latter, because at least back home you have freedom.

    2. A tough enforcement only bill is passed, with the hope that there would be attrition after a while: How long would it take for all 12 million illegals to finally leave? 1 million per year? 500K per year? 24 years? Yeah right! Ok assuming they leave at a rate of 500K per year (which I know wouldn�t happen) what would be the rate of inflow of more illegals?? What would be the balance of illegals after say 10 years? Think about it.
    >>> It is known that the illegal alien population is reduced naturally at 400K/year. If you add random deportations to this, yes, it is safe to assume that you can reduce the illegal population at 800K/year. That's not bad.

    3. Give them a path to citizenship. Well they are here anyways but this idea might jeopardize the bill.

    So my proposal is: Since �a path to citizenship� is the major road block to this bill, make a law that gives the Illegals an opportunity for GC but include in the law that �Anybody that ever comes into the country illegally CAN NOT become a citizen�. i.e they can get a green card but they can never be eligible for citizenship. I am sure this is a reasonable middle ground�. a path to PR but not citizenship. I am sure those illegals don�t care about citizenship anyways. They just want to be free and be mobile.
    >> Well, that is problem. That will send the message to the world that as usual, the US is rewarding those who come here illegally. People will quadruple the efforts to get in illegally. Physical barriers become very inefficient when policies encourage people to come here.

    Just my thots.


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  • gc_on_demand
    04-01 10:45 AM
    I agree with this 100%, BUT we (US degree holdeers) have to understand that in the GC aspirant community there are tons of people who came in through "desi consultnats" (even this word makes my blood boil), who will never agree with this or support this. Classic Indian mentality, one crab pulling the other back in the basket.

    Jeff Flake introduce bill to exempt PHD holder from USA from visa limit. We should push for MS people so it will make queue lesser. Also we should start campaign for Visa recapture.

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  • indianajuns
    08-29 12:45 PM
    Same with me!
    My children have grown up and are on the verge of aging out, while I am still fighting to find avenues for a new green card application. Jobs are not permanent in the US. Layoffs are a common thing. The immigration processes take much longer than the life of a job. Many people like me end up with unfinished and abandoned immigration process. At the end of 6 years we are able to obtain H1-B visas one year at a time. Provided there is a pending I-140 process. What happens if a I-140 application is denied because of some faulty representation or your employer decides to lay you off?

    My question to the senate is. Is this fair? Was it foolish off me to have maintained a legal status and spent so much money for nothing? Perhaps if people like me would have remained in the United States illegally without paying taxes, I might have saved a lot of money and would have been able to apply for a non-immigrant status for a very small fee.

    My suggestion to the Senate is:
    1. Pass a legislation that protects Legal immigrants who have lived in the United States beyond 6 years, but have been unable to obtain an immigrant status for one thing or the other. Or an H1-B non-immigrant who have come to the country before �9/11� and have stayed in the country through the recession; paid taxes; but because of constant layoffs and half finished immigration processes should be rewarded in this bill. Proofs that immigration processes had been initiated but abandoned because of job changes.
    2. Children of Legal non-immigrants who have finished 6 years of stay in the US and are aging out, should be protected, because the state has spent tax money on their education and they have adjusted to a life style and system which will benefit the country. They should not be penalized for no fault of theirs.
    3. Children and spouses of H1 Non-immigrants who are educated and can work should be given the opportunity to do so. This way many will legally work and pay taxes. It is a great burden on a single H1-B non-immigrant to be the sole earning member in a family. Currently a dependent of a H1-B is not permitted to work.
    4. An I-485 process of immigration should not be cancelled if a pending I-140 is denied. This should be made available once again to the applicant and his or her family if a I-140 process is re-applied within 6 months. It is unfair to make the family file for a I-1485 process once again with additional fees, medical tests, finger printing, work authorization and so on. If a I-1485 has to be reapplied, it means the family has to wait for endless years ahead to wait for their immigration numbers for their country to be available once again.
    5. H1-B non-immigrants are educated people who are already here because there is a shortage of manpower in that category. I personally do not see the need for a Labor certification once again to see if there is a shortage in that particular area. H1-B employees go through these process initially before their H1-B�s are approved. These people who have been here for more than 6 years already know the system and can contribute to the country. They do not take away jobs of local people.
    6. A Non-immigrant who has purchased a house in the United States has already taken the first step of naturalization. They put their money here. They do not take money out of the country. I believe they should be rewarded with a non-immigrant quota/status. This will bring a phenomenal real estate boom in the country and a welcome change to the economy.

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  • windycloud
    05-07 04:17 PM
    PERM Applied: October 2007
    Audit: December 2007
    Audit Reply Date: December 2007
    Field: Finance (Financial Analyst, MAB+1y)
    Category: EB2
    Center: Auditlanta :mad:
    Status: Pending :mad:

    This delay is total bs! Count me in for any action that can be taken against this. :mad:

    03-29 05:53 PM
    I got it in 1 day at CGI Houston, after paying emergency $90 fee ofcourse....

    03-20 01:27 AM
    It would be very good have an ability to apply for I485 for spouse or any other dependents for primary applicants whose PD is retrogressed.
    Absolutely. Just for this reason there are hundreds of 485 folks not able to utilize EAD/AP and are still hanging on H1 just so that they can bring their spouse and keep the status.