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  • sledge_hammer
    02-14 10:51 AM
    How is it relevent if I am a Jew, a Christian, a Muslim, a Hindu, or anybody else for that matter? Your question is so absurd, and has absolutely nothing to do with what a human being should feel towards the suffering/struggle of another human. The reason I asked you what you think is because you supported OP's idiotic comparison.

    I do not know what you have against conservative Christians or Jews, but you knowing my religion will not prove anything or make your statements any more sensible.

    In order to feel pain for a person, how closely do you have to be to that person? What is the definition and boundry? Do you need to be only a parent, child, or a sibling? Can you be just a blood relative? Do you have to speak the same language or come from the same state? Do you have to be of the same caste? Same religion? Same race?

    Do I HAVE to be a Jew to sympathize with them?

    As humans, there are certain standards associated to the pains people go through. The Jews or the Kashmiri Pandits or Muslims or Christians that are killed, gassed, persecuted, imprisoned have definitely been through more than what we legal immigrants are going through.

    You ougth to be such an egotistical and selfish person if you feel that your pain (not getting H-1B) is more than someone else's (being killed) because you're experiencing it! Even if you're simply "comparing"!

    So in your case, since you support OP's analogy (our suffering vs. Jews), you would rather be gassed like the Jews were than to wait in line for 10 years in the queue for your GC? Or if you feel that being gassed is equivalent to being denied your H-1B extension in a TARP company, be my guest; to have a first hand experience, go lock yourself in your car garage w/ the engine running and all the doors locked. Come back alive (which I highly doubt you will), and tell us that you felt the same pain in that car as you would have felt if your H-1B was denied, then we'll believe you.

    Get over yourself and stop writing nonsense!

    Are you a jew or are you asking this because you are a conservative Christan and you believe that jews are special because Christ was jew at the time of birth? Not that there is anything wrong with either, but I just wanted to know.

    "What I believe" - What difference does it make? Why do you ask? You see its a matter of perspective. Someone may feel extremely miserable going through the process and its possible that that person may chose to compare this experience with the real victims of ethnic cleansing. Just because there is no violence involved, it doesn't mean that things cannot be comparable. Mental agony and silent torture in even worst when compared with physical violence because one is dying every moment you live. You may argue that we are all dying every moment we live, then isn't life just a torture?

    Its not necessary that others MUST believe or experience their life the way you or I do. Everybody lives through a different experience. You may not agree with their version or their perspective, but it is not reasonable to force someone to draw comparison based on what you believe. And this is what I believe.


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  • NKR
    02-17 09:05 AM
    2006 census

    Total population of India,china, mexico and Philipines = about 40 % of world population

    India - 17% of world Population
    China- 20% of world population
    Mexico- 1.7
    Phillipines-1.3 %
    Ttl 40 % of world population.

    so theres a reason behind this quota. Its not divide and rule.

    Excluding US (4.3) , ICMP Still comprise of 35.7 % of world total

    I do not think that quota system is because these countries are most populous. It is because more number of people from those countries come here. I am sure countries like Indonesia and Russia are more populous than Phillipines.

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  • ujjvalkoul
    01-17 03:48 PM
    Thanks to all those you contribute and I would like to push others over the edge, who are in a dilemma whether to contribute or not. $20 a month is half of what u pay for cable or ur cell phone/ Home phone Bill.....

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  • abc
    11-17 05:21 PM
    try to move when your 6 months of any H1b year are over.

    I am trying to file H1b transfer + extn through new company. I am on 6 and half years on H1.

    So, i will get 18 months in new h1b. Thus, I can safely file Perm through new company and get further extensions.


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  • jcmenon
    07-25 01:22 PM
    "Dude/Dudette, I give up. The alien's eligibility and admissibility is decided at I-485 stage - FBI name checks, medical tests ring a bell? The law explicitly states that visa number availabililty is a pre-requisite for the adjustment of status application in 245(a)(3). If you can't understand - or choose to refuse to understand - plain English, have fun arguing with yourself".

    Dude I apologize if my line of argument is irritating you so much. btw 245(a)(3) is not plain english its legalese. And I'm not the one arguing with myself there are others in this thread who read the law along the same lines. Anyway this forum is for debate and thats what we are doing.
    Probably this option is not attractive to you that you are so pissed with it.

    Btw I'm contacting some attorneys on my personal expense to interpret this.
    If they reach the same conclusion as you I'll be happy to accept it, i have no issues and I'll post it on this thread.

    But the fact is at this point I still believe there may just be a 1% chance.

    Thanks a lot, please keep us posted about the outcome, even if we have one percent of hope, there is no harm trying that.

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  • vin13
    03-10 10:32 AM
    I have enough miles to get about 3 round trip tickets. Please PM me if you are in need for participating at the DC event.

    Please note that priority would be given to

    1) someone from mid-west or south-west. Basically the preference is for someone who is not within the drivable distance.

    2) You also need to be registered for the advocacy day.

    3) You also have to be willing to participate in the training and the 2 days of advocacy.

    4) You need to PM me with your name and phone number and good time to reach. There is not much time to go back and forth on PM or emails.

    Please note that number of tickets available for miles redemption would be less so we need to act fast.



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  • nixstor
    07-05 01:02 PM
    And there is nothing wrong with that, right, because in the end you do not know what the financial situation of people on here is. One guy suggested a monthly contribution of 20 bucks, I laughed myself off the chair when I saw that. You're right, this is about "how not to pay" and why shouldn't it be. I don't make a lot, the lawyer's sucking me dry (in more ways than one if it were up to him), I've been waiting for this for ever, I have a family to support, etc.

    Well, in the end you all do what you want, don't worry, be happy :D

    Financial situation of all the non paying members is so bad that they earn 55-60K on avg and beyond. They all have all the filmi difficulties we see every day. What more reasons do we need NOT to pay?

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  • bestin
    12-21 08:33 PM
    My friend working in company A on L1...he has approved H1 also...if he needs to move from L1 to H1, does he needs to go out of country and get it stamped before he starts working on H1?
    AFAIK,a person can have only one status at a time.He is already in H1 if he had a I94 attached.However if he intends to travel out of the country and reenter he needs to get his visa stamped .If he has applied 485 then, he also has the option of using AP ,if it is approved.


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  • nk2006
    04-03 05:56 PM
    ?? A new bill in senate to reform H1B ???
    I was just watching LuDobb's show on CNN and saw a clip on a proposed bill (being prepared by Sen.Durbin and another whose name I forgot) to revamp/reform H1B program. From the brief discussion, got the impression that the bill is more concentrated on controlling the h1B program with more checks and rules etc. Obviously Dobbs liked it - not sure if there are any other measures in that bill. Also not sure why another bill if CIR/STRIVE act is in works which is supposed to cover all immigration issues. Anyone else saw any related news elsewhere?

    Also saw this article (sorry if its already discussed somewhere):

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  • .soulty
    02-13 08:16 PM
    think of the first matrix scene with neo in the underground train station, columns, seats, phone booth... dirt and aging on the walls, floating pieces of paper and rubbish on the ground, insects... its about making a mood, a scene.. use your imagination.


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  • gk_2000
    08-11 05:08 PM

    I have thought of one more idea..

    We know very well that by current interpretation EB3 is permanently fixed to the back of the line. NO EB3 will get processed until the last EB2 who files in the year 2013 gets approved, (counting out the regular quota).

    And why are we here? Many believe (or know) that it is because of the 245(i) amnesty signed by Clinton and Bush.

    Isn't it ironic that the illegals that were put in the line are not being moved back as the line expands? Why only we legals? Maybe there is some scope to challenge the 245(i) visa number allocation and point out that legal immigrants are waiting in line then how can you admit illegals in front

    Anyone having the facts and numbers of 245(i)?

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  • xela
    07-13 08:09 AM
    I know most of you are EB2 but hey I am happy that EB3 finally moved to 2004 now I just am waiting for it to go to june 2005 and I just might get my card ;-)

    Grats to all that became current and good luck guys! I know being current doesnt always mean you get your crad right away, so I wish you all the best!



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  • pappu
    07-01 10:22 PM
    Info on the lawsuit by AILA:
    Frequently Asked Questions about Participating in this Lawsuit
    AILF is considering filing a lawsuit in federal district court against the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) over its rejection of otherwise properly filed adjustment of status applications for the alleged reason that a visa was not available, even though the Visa Bulletin from the Department of State (DOS) states that a visa was available at the time of filing.
    Any foreign national who is otherwise eligible for adjustment of status and whose adjustment of status application has been or will be returned or rejected solely on this basis may be eligible to be a plaintiff in this lawsuit. If you are considering being a participant in this lawsuit, you may find the following frequently asked questions and answers helpful.
    Q: What is AILF?
    A: The American Immigration Law Foundation (AILF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the rights of immigrants and refugees and to securing fair and just application and administration of the U.S. immigration laws. In order to achieve these goals, AILF sometimes files lawsuits involving various aspects of immigration law.
    Q: What is this lawsuit about?
    A: This lawsuit will be filed by plaintiffs who have been harmed because USCIS rejected or returned or is expected to reject or return a properly submitted adjustment of status application for the alleged reason that no visa was immediately available even though the DOS Visa Bulletin states that a visa was available at that time.
    To be eligible for adjustment to lawful permanent resident status, a foreign national must show that a visa number is “immediately available.” USCIS regulations state that the DOS Visa Bulletin is used to determine whether a visa number is immediately available. This Bulletin is published once a month and lists the visa availability dates for all categories of immigrants for the following month. Thus, for example, the July 2007 bulletin, listing visa availability dates for the entire month of July, was published in June 2007.
    AILF has learned that USCIS has refused to allow certain adjustment of status applications to be filed even though the DOS Visa Bulletin states that visa numbers are available for the immigrant category at that time. USCIS rejected these applications because DOS informed it in an internal communication that no visa numbers remained for that category of immigrants. To date, this has happened only in the employment-based “other worker” category. We anticipate that it may happen in a number of other types of employment-based immigrant categories beginning in July 2007.
    We believe USCIS violated the law when it failed to apply the visa availability dates listed in the Visa Bulletin, as required by a federal regulation, and instead rejected properly filed adjustment applications. Through this lawsuit, we will challenge the rejection of adjustment of status applications on this basis. We will ask the court to order USCIS to accept the rejected adjustment applications and treat them as being filed as of the date they originally would have been filed had USCIS not rejected them.
    Q: What is a “plaintiff” and how do I know if I am eligible to be a “plaintiff” in this lawsuit?
    A: A plaintiff is a person who files a lawsuit against someone else. We are still determining the categories of plaintiffs but an eligible plaintiff for this lawsuit may include:
    [other worker category]
    A foreign national who:
    Submitted an adjustment of status application in the “other worker” category for receipt by USCIS in June 2007; and
    Is otherwise eligible for adjustment of status; and
    Did not receive a receipt notice, cancelled check, or notice of approval of the adjustment application.
    [other employment-based categories]
    A foreign national who:
    Submitted an adjustment of status application in any employment-based category other than “other worker” for receipt by USCIS in July 2007; and
    Is otherwise eligible for adjustment of status; and
    Did not receive a receipt notice, cancelled check, or notice of approval of the adjustment application.
    Q: Why should I be a plaintiff in this lawsuit?
    A: If the lawsuit is successful, USCIS should accept your adjustment application and treat it as if it had been filed as of the date that you originally tried to file it. Because your adjustment application will then be considered to be pending before the agency, you may be eligible for interim benefits, including an employment authorization document, advance parole, and others.
    What the lawsuit will not do is make a visa number immediately available to you if none is available. If the visa numbers have in fact been used for the current fiscal year, the court does not have the authority under the law to make a new number available to you. However, if the court orders that USCIS accept your adjustment application as of the date that you originally tried to file it, you will be at an earlier place in line when visa numbers become available again in the next fiscal year, October 1, 2007. Additionally, as mentioned, you may be eligible for interim benefits while you are waiting.
    Q: What is likely to happen because of the suit?
    A: Lawsuits are uncertain by nature. We cannot predict the exact outcome. However, other efforts to resolve these problems with USCIS have not succeeded. For this reason, we believe that a lawsuit is the only remaining possible way to resolve these problems.
    Q: Will being a plaintiff in this lawsuit hurt my chances for permanent residence?
    A: If an individual is otherwise legally entitled to have an application granted, the government cannot lawfully deny that application on the basis that the person is participating or participated in a lawsuit. If we believed the government was taking such action, we would complain to the lawyers representing the government and to the judge handling the case. In our experience, this retaliation has not happened.
    Please be aware, though, that USCIS is likely to examine plaintiffs’ adjustment of status applications more closely than it otherwise might. It may ask the plaintiffs questions and ask for additional information about their adjustment applications or immigration status. See below regarding “discovery.”
    Q: How much time must plaintiffs spend on this lawsuit?
    A: Plaintiffs will have to provide us with the information and documentation we need in order to prepare the lawsuit. AILF will do most of the work in the lawsuit on paper. Depending on how the case proceeds, the government and its attorneys may want to ask the plaintiffs some questions about their case, either through written questions and answers or in person. This is called “discovery.” One type of discovery is a “deposition,” which is an interview where parties are asked questions about their cases.
    Depositions are possible but not common in this type of case. In the event that discovery and/or depositions were required, an AILF attorney or an attorney working with us would assist plaintiffs to comply with any discovery requests, and would appear with plaintiffs at any deposition at no charge (see below). At a later stage, a plaintiff may be required to be present at
    a hearing or a trial and possibly be asked to testify about their particular case, but this is quite rare.
    Q: Will it cost me anything to be a plaintiff in this lawsuit?
    A: AILF and any co-counsel will not charge any attorney’s fees for representing individuals in this lawsuit. AILF and any co-counsel also will pay the costs and expenses associated with the lawsuit, such as filing fees, copying, long distance calls, travel expenses for AILF attorneys and staff, depositions, transcripts, etc. In the unlikely event that an individual should be required to be present at a deposition, hearing or a trial, we may ask that he/she pay their own travel and lodging expenses, if any. Those expenses would be reimbursed if the lawsuit is successful and we recover costs.
    Q: Will anyone know that I am a plaintiff in this lawsuit?
    A: Lawsuits are public information, and are available as a public court document. Many courts now have lawsuits and other documents available electronically, accessible via the internet. Also, USCIS will, of course, know the identity of the plaintiffs. We also will discuss plaintiffs’ cases with any other lawyers working with us on the lawsuit. It also is possible that the media – newspapers, radio, or TV reporters – will see the court documents and decide to do a story on the lawsuit.
    Q: What should I do if I am eligible and interested in being a plaintiff in the lawsuit?
    A: Please quickly submit the Questionnaire for Potential Plaintiffs and send us the documents requested. If you do not have the Questionnaire, please send an email to, and we will send it to you. You may also fax a request to AILF LAC at (202) 742-5619. Please indicate this is a question about the visa bulletin litigation.
    If you have any questions that are not answered by this FAQ or the questionnaire, please send them to or fax to (202) 742-65619, and we will respond. Thank you!

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  • feedfront
    10-07 02:53 PM
    My packet delivered to mailroom today morning at 9:07 by UPS. And just now at 2:48 got page and checked online status and its says they issued RFE again?

    �On October 7, 2010, we mailed a notice requesting additional evidence or information in this case�

    Not sure whether it�s their system glitch or it�s my luck... :confused:

    Is it happen to anyone else or it�s me?

    I hope it is just system/human glitch.


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  • inskrish
    08-16 12:59 AM
    September bulletin was out today..Wondering why there was no thread yet on IV..EB2 india shows visa number available with a cutoff date of APRIL 2004

    Sorry, you are late to the party.:)

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  • feedfront
    11-09 12:20 PM
    Congrats ! How long did it take for CPO email since u recieved the 485 , I-797 and which service center

    Well, my case is with TSC. But, it is not yet approved. That email was sent by mistake. I've responded to RFE in Sept's end. Waiting for .....


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  • kumar1
    12-11 12:05 PM
    Agreed! But when you call your bank to send you a debit card, they send it in days if not in weeks....that shows a sign of inter-dependability and a sense of need for each other. Sort of...I need you, you need me. You do not have to file MTR if they don't send you a debit card within 10 days.

    Compare that with US consulate and DOS VISA bulletin and GC process...

    Everyone goes to Bank and do transactions , that doesn't mean that we only need Bank and Bank doesn't need us and our deposits.

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  • kpchal2
    07-18 11:57 AM
    hi tapukakababa, can you please provide me with a number for USCIS nebraska SC. I would like to talk to them as well.

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  • FinalGC
    12-27 08:39 AM
    You mean 529? Thanks of telling. I was planning to open an account for my kid's college.

    Are you sure they wont let you open an account even if the kid is american citizen by birth?


    07-24 12:05 PM
    What makes you start another stupid thread?
    There are gazillion threads that discussed this issue at length. Already people have discussed this and are planning their plan B and for your kind information, Greg didnot say that all July 2 applications will be rejected.

    Don't try to scare people and then try to back it up by saying "I am trying to figure that out too"


    I am not trying to scare anyone. For you the thread might be stupid, not for me. Please keep your negative remarks to yourself. Just the fact that people are discussing in this thread invalidate your kind of comments.

    Also, my assumption was people come here to discuss issues, when they have doubts. No one is a lawyer here, certainly not me, hence my statement. If you are so scared please do not visit this thread.


    07-23 08:18 PM

    I am in the same boat and have lost my sleep. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and my lawyer definitely did not have time to get the employment letter from my wife's employer.

    Our attorney has also signed on our behalf in rush to file the 485 before the July 2nd deadline :mad:

    Please can someone say with authority whether it is needed or not needed?

    Man this is really killing me! I don't to thank or yell at my attorney for the mad rush and filing of 485 for July 2nd deadline.

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