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  • mps
    04-23 09:43 PM
    Hearty Congratulations !!

    You have been a great contributor to this site .. please continue to do so for benefit of rest of us ..:)

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  • alisa
    01-20 03:44 PM
    This is all for EB-3.
    I think this is the best case scenario.
    Pardon my ignorance, but I am assuming that EB-2 eats up from EB-3's numbers, and so EB-2 wait times will be better than what is estimated here for EB-3, at the expense of the EB-3 waiting times ofcourse.

    For India:
    Depletion_rate = 10500/year
    Accumulation_rate = 19500/year

    For ROW:
    Depletion_rate = 25000/year (Kinda curves-fits to retire all 2001 backlog by 2006, and 2002 backlog by 2008)
    Accumulation_rate = 19500/year (Estimated to be the same as that of India)

    All numbers rounded off. No
    For 2001: Year_current = 2001 + (123194/Depletion_rate)
    For 2002: Year_current = 2002 + (160274/Depletion_rate)
    For 2003 and later
    Year_current = Year_applied + ( (Year_applied-2002)*(Accumulation_rate-Depletion_rate) + 160274) / Depletion_rate

    Here are the results. YA is year applied. YC is Year your PD will be current.
    No processing delay assumed.

    ...........India.. ROW
    D_rate 10000 25000
    A_rate 19500 19500

    YA YC YC
    2001 2013 2006
    2002 2018 2008
    2003 2020 2009
    2004 2022 2010
    2005 2024 2011
    2006 2026 2012
    2007 2028 2012
    2008 2030 2013
    2009 2032 2014
    2010 2034 2015

    I am open to suggestions on how this model can be improved.
    If this model, and these estimates are reasonably accurate, lets come out with our own visa bulletin.

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  • mmanurker
    07-28 11:59 AM
    Now a days this has become a fashion to bash Hinduism and people take pride in doing so just to make a point to prove that they are very secular and far sighted and very broad minded but infact these are the people who are pseudo-secular and the reason for majority Hindus in our own country being held hostage by the policticians and the largest minority community in india.....
    I've seen this many times that any hindu who speaks their mind and strong believers in their religion will be tagged as fundamentalists and rss supporters where as I have nothing to do with any religious groups but I am proud of my RELIGION and it does hurt me when I see my religion/gods depicted in a bad way. If you are a aethist then just shutup but don't bash Hindu religion and I am sure that all the guys who tried to do so dont have balls to bash other religions coz they know the conseqences of it and I am sure these religious bashing people are the one who'd visit temple to get their greencards but don't accept it either becoz they are hypocrates or ashamed of their own religion......

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  • bheemi123
    10-03 01:31 PM
    I am in a very Bad situation it seems, please help.

    I am working in US on L1B visa and Wife on L2. then Wife got a Job and her employer filled her 485.

    In the mean time I applied for H1 (through a consultant, to get out of the L1B company). Looks like the H1 Got Approved. Now, I think the problem is, If I switch to H1, then she will loose her job and our chance of Getting EAD will go.

    I do NOT want to go for H1, but EAD Is important to me. Is there a Way I can keep my L1? (so that my wife can keep her job)

    Please help

    Just go out of the country and enter on l1 again..u r h1b autoamtically be go out ..and u will continue to stay on l1 visa..but make sure u r wife gets advance parole to retunr to contry..


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  • chmur
    09-11 09:44 AM
    The actual backlog at beginning of 2010 is 200K (pending I-485) + all EB2 I/C and EB3 waiting to file I-485 from 2007-2010. The no of folks in EB2I/C and EB3 ROW from 2007-2010 will be about 80-100K. So instead of 2-3 years , overflow will start reaching EB3 in ~ 5 years.

    Yes @the beginning of 2010 - 200 K . Now ~@160 K. The flood gates will not open at least for another year. Just like 2009-210, 2010-11 will see significant reduction in backlog , so next year at this time we may be @120 range. That's when it is very close to EB3-I.

    Now problem with your analysis is you assume that USCIS will open the flood gates and make EB2-I current letting in all the applications from 2007 -2010 in one shot. That is questionable, especially since they got burnt in 2007 . They will gradually open the gates . And 70-80 K EB2 and EB3-ROW applications between 2007 -2010 sounds little high.

    So I do think we will start burning the Eb3-I backlog with 2-3 years, by 5 years all categories will be current.

    And one thing that has not got enough press here is , how the EB3-ROW has got significant overflow in the last two months though EB2- I/C are no where near current. Per common understanding , they should not get a single overflow till EB2 is current .

    Street Justice ??

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  • fcres
    07-23 04:15 PM
    Well according to this FAQ dated 07/23 they will accept application without medical report (Qn# 13) which is also an initial evidence. So i hope EVL is also ok.


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  • DDD
    02-16 08:41 PM
    looking good eilsoe.... I wish I had time to join. Wanna give myself a modo project.

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  • vagish
    04-04 10:22 AM
    You will notice that there is not a single provision here that protects the rights of H1B workers and saves them from exploitation.

    There is not a single provision to punish employers who exploit H1Bs.

    Even with other immigration bills you will see there is not a single provision in these immigrtaion bills that punishes employers that hire illegal aliens. Thus all immigration laws being made never punish any US citizen breaking the law by employing an illegal alien or paying low salary or exploiting an H1B.

    Even with the current law, have you seen how many employers have been punished for employing illegal aliens. Do you know the penalty for getting caught. It is a mere $500 and nothing else. And you will be surprised to know that not even 100 employers have been fined last year. And only 2 H1B employers were punished after being sued by employees. No H1B employer was caught and punished for exploiting any employee. The laws are being made to favor US employers and to punish immigrants.

    I am surprised that nobody is noticing this.

    the laws are there , but only on the books, they don't fund them for enforcement.
    Also some laws are very week and needs to be changed.
    I think general american public is getting to know more about it as everyday
    passess with immigration debate. I think in the future if they pass any law
    it will come with heavy enforcement and also the provisions like hiking h1B and
    green card numbers, both will go hand in hand , there will be some controvercial provisions for both sides .


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  • RNGC
    09-19 09:38 AM
    I have registered this domain. If needed, please send me PM; I can initiate the transfer process. I have already added a forwarding address to the immigrationvoice.com.

    This is my from of contribution.

    Excellent....Our Logo should also change to "Legal Immigration voice"...

    Smart thinking memyselfandus!

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  • ImmiLosers
    11-23 09:40 AM
    I guess Employer cannot revoke I-140 after 180 days - You may want to check with Immigration Specialist/lawyer


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  • jgh_res
    07-05 12:38 PM
    My background: I am a desi. I contributed around 300$ or so. I filed my 485 couple of years ago. So I am not that desperate.

    Onething about desi's I figured out over a long time, they dont mind spending zillion dollars for attorney fees, USCIS fees, whatever fees. But they really mind paying 20$/month towards IV or anything, if there is a way they can get it for free.

    What an epitome of hypocrisy? Non Profit org working towards GC alleviatoon and needs resources for lobbying. Yeah! The Blue skies are showering green on IV every day. How about us working for a Non profit org or EDU for free? They all serve noble causes. Dont they?

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  • cps060
    01-31 04:48 PM
    I am actually looking for a very simple answer : My husband whose EB-2 I-140 had been approved some time back, wants to quit his job & pursue MBA on F-1. Would the I-539 be approved in this case ? Or should he plan for H4.
    BTW , he has no plans to travel out of country so stamping is not an issue.


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  • vandanaverdia
    09-10 03:08 PM
    You are sick of extending your visa/ EAD every year!!!
    For those who are on visas, need to extend their visas every year after the first 3 years have passed. Those who are on EAD, need to extend their permits & AP every year!

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  • psam
    07-03 10:11 AM
    2) When there is no per country quota in H1B visas, do you think it is fair to have it in EB visas?

    There is no reason to mention H1B in this context. Its not going to help GC seekers or H1B seekers.


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  • javadeveloper
    12-12 03:56 PM
    No one has answered my question yet - If we are so "highly skilled", why no one is listening to us in this country.

    They'll definitely listen , but It takes some time , may be 5,6 years

    They'll listen to you in 1 year if you have "extraordinary ability(EB1)"

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  • addsf345
    11-07 07:24 PM
    trying to revive this discussion. Its been more than 6 - 8 months, so what are the updates? Please share.

    I am aspiring AC21 wannabe. Appreciate word of advice from those who have successfully used this option.


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  • ndbhatt
    06-10 09:04 PM
    I disagree that it effects EB Community for EAD holders. COming on to options if the amendment stands it might take the form of TARP - God Forbid. Everyone of us predicted Financial industry has so much clout etc.. but those days are gone. I think US companies have decided to bend to laws and find ways to overcome them.

    Reg. Options : we are here to earn bread. Just FYI for countries like Canada they have already closed gates. for Ppl who already have PR's over there life is not easy as "is" here right now in getting jobs. Moving the all operations to different country is only possible for companies like Microsoft. not all. btw no one will hire undocumented.

    So we need to really motivate ourselves and friends against this headless draft version. This is not first time it came in to light everytime there was a immigration issue it used to come on top. But it failed as climate was cordial for immigrants or economy was good. Things have changed far far beyond in 2008 and TARP bill restrictions is one example where companies decided not to hire H1B at all (mostly) even it applies to TARP recipients.

    My thoughts.
    I humbly disagree with you on TARP analogy. TARP was due to direct funding by Government to save "Too Big to Fail" companies and obviously they had a say in that case since it was tax payers money. The focus was only on those limited companies. Having said that this text has a wider repercussions and doesn't spare anyone, whether they are financially sound or goverment funded.
    I completely agree with you that US offers better job prospects and earning potential. However, when the noose around the neck turns tighter with such "headless" bills, people will sooner or later, start looking at options.
    Trust me companies don't hesitate to move on if the environment isn't business friendly(reasons are higher tax, difficulty hiring immigrants, finding people with right skillsets, and so on) as they are more accountable to shareholders and they would care less if it is US today or Brazil tomorrow, the show must go on.
    You have heard of horrific stories of people getting CDN PR and hard to find jobs. Failure stories show up lot quicker than the success stories. I have known three close ones who are well placed in Canada.

    There are always two sides of coin and so is the half glass full, a half glass empty.
    Bottomline is if such bills turn into bill, its not just immigrant community but the economy as whole gets impacted.


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  • looivy
    11-11 09:42 AM
    IV please mobilize resources for Lame Duck.

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    08-16 01:25 PM
    I have no idea. The first time I called them was in May (couple of weeks after I did my fingerprints). And was told NC is clear and yet not picked up by any IO for review as they are processing 08/2006 RD cases and my RD is 03/2007. So I have to wait for my turn.

    That's all I know.

    07-13 09:27 PM
    murthy was too scared too give any statemant before, this statemant was ok but it was too late when she saw that the momentum is getting strong she jumped in.

    07-02 07:03 AM
    Doing more than what IV suggest is good. If you personally take responsibility and make the online petition a success, great... and best luck.
    IV core has set their priorities after considerable thinking so please dont be upset if they dont involve in this.

    I agree and I support. maybe as some have said that online don't have the same impact ..but there is no harm in doing something extra. also, we will be able to get more supporters for online especially if we send the links to our respective friends, batchmates etc

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