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  • saturnring11
    12-20 08:11 PM
    Thank you for the suggestion!

    Good luck with your GC process.

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  • martinvisalaw
    07-16 01:22 PM
    My MTR was received by USCIS on June 25, 2009. Today I received an auto-generated email with case status update. My MTR has been denied :-(

    Any advice for the next steps is appreciated.

    What were you or the company applying for originally that was denied? More details please....

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  • techno
    07-23 02:59 PM
    I came across a good job website and it looks like lot of interesting features than todays job sites.

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  • imv116
    03-08 01:35 AM
    Political scene and policy making is mostly based on vote and voice more then TRUE reform. Always, be it India or USA.

    Immigration-Voice is primarily for legal immigrants. Even though we input substantial economic value to the society, and to the fate of all of us the small legal/skilled people immigration reform is tied to the big CIR.

    What I want to propose is to talking to other lobbing groups and immigrant associations.

    Irish, Spanish etc... Today in the news the Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform (ILIR) made a big show and seems like they have got lot attention. Form senator Clinton to one time Irish Kennedy all spoke for Irish and CIR.

    Also, Immigration voice is primarily supported by Indians and few other people from other nationalities.

    In addition, I being an Indian like to propose bringing more attention and contributions to the situation by talking to local and north American Indian associations both professional and cultural.

    To name a few...

    American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
    Telugu Association of North America
    American Telugu Association
    FOGANA - Federation of Gujarati Associations of North America
    Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America etc..

    -The 116


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  • black_logs
    01-29 09:21 PM
    Just a reminder guys as you know every penny matters. I urge you guys to send Checks rather than Paypal.

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  • NikNikon
    October 25th, 2006, 09:21 PM
    Barring the obvious differences like the larger viewfinder & LCD screen which are good and the frustrating differences such as not being able to re use the batteries from the D70 along with the switch to the SD card. The pleasant surprise comes when setting down to do a post edit after shooting and seeing the improved image quality. The first thing I noticed was the greater detail in the eyes. I've uploaded two images cropped and untouched taken straight from the camera. Both were shot under similar conditions, overcast day, both in a wooded area with trees overhead and a fill flash used in both. The first image is from the D70 and the second is from the D80. This very well could be a battle of the lenses as well, 70-300mm vs the 18-200mm, both Nikkor. Regardless of which is responsible for the improvements I like what I see.


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  • GCwaitforever
    06-22 03:18 PM
    Your friend has to wait till he gets his citizenship. A GC holder can only sponsor someone to visit, but can't sponsor another person for GC. A citizen surely can. I heard that an immigrant could apply to USCIS to grant spouse also a GC based on hardship grounds. But I would not bet on largesse of USCIS. It is a headache dealing with bureaucrats, lawyers and appeals.

    If your friend had a traditional marriage (Church/Temple/Mosque etc ...) and not registered it or just an engagement, it should be fine. There is a risk that your friend's (would-be) wife might be denied entry into USA based on marriage to an immigrant. F-1 VISA holders are not supposed to have immigration intent.

    Once his (would-be) wife lands here, your friend should have a registered marriage in USA. She has to continue on F-1 VISA till he gets his Citizenship.

    There was a V VISA provision which expired as of December 2001 or 2000. This would have allowed GC holders to bring their spouses on V VISA. Ask your friend to join the groups which campaign for this provision. :)

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  • permfiling
    11-22 02:25 PM
    I currently have a full time H1 but one of my past employers asked me if I can work on a advisory basis on a part time for 10 hrs per week. As I can have 2 h1's . My questions are

    1. During any PERM, 140, 485 stage with my first employer, do I have to or will my first employer come to know about my part time H1
    2. Can I file for PERM . Green card from my pat time h1



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  • singhv_1980
    01-29 05:47 PM
    I should have elaborated this more. I read that ppl applying for H1B stamping were asked about this. They were actually issued 221 G and were asked to furnish extra documents and this was one of them.

    I have no clue what is this and if this applies to everyone. I even found that ppl were asked to furnish notarized list of employees along with tax returns of the company. I hope this is not valid for every case.

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  • Bodran
    08-11 12:57 PM
    I have a 16 year old should I sign his immigration forms or must he?


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  • ssdtm
    03-14 04:44 PM
    No need for exp certificate in applying for H1.

    At embassy/consulate, for visa stamping, you should keep it as they may like to verify. It is not mandatory but good to have.

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  • saimrathi
    07-12 10:28 AM
    PLease keep all media info in media thread.. Thanks.


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  • InTheMoment
    07-28 01:17 PM
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  • factoryman
    02-09 08:55 PM
    Before you post new diaries, look at the links/ diaries at the left. Rule out no such threads, as you want to post are already in progess.

    On this issue, one active thread is going on here at IV (, the original one started by me is here (
    Follow the other side here ( can do anonymous posts). Let us stick to one thread and action.

    Please don't post any further here.


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  • Blog Feeds
    08-07 09:40 AM
    Before starting the application process for permanent immigration, foreign nationals who enter the United States on non-immigrant visas (NIV) are considered to be here temporarily. The law presumes NIV holders intend to return to their home countries at the end of their stay in the United States. There are many NIV categories — student visas, business visas, visas for tourism, and investor treaty visas to name a few. While NIV applicants must have the intent to return to their home country, there are a few non-immigrant categories that allow a person to have dual intent, that is, to intend to be here temporarily now but eventually to immigrate. Prior to permanently immigrating to the United States, a foreign national will generally enter on a non-immigrant visa (dual intent NIV).

    All NIV applicants are required to fill out an application form to the appropriate consular post and submit the DS forms according to the NIV category they are applying. The current forms available are DS-156, 157, 158, 156K, 3032). Currently, twelve consular posts are required to use Form DS-160, a Web-based NIV application form that incorporates all of the current NIV forms into one format via the Web site. When an NIV applicant fills out the form, the applicant has the option of uploading a digital photo. Once the form is submitted online, the NIV applicant will receive a confirmation page. The new DS-160 form is required in twelve posts (including Mexican and Canadian posts, Dublin, Hamilton, Hong Kong, and Tripoli), and the DS-160 form advances the NIV process since it is submitted in advance of the interview.

    NIV applicants should make sure to utilize the appropriate DS form according to the consular post requirements currently in place.

    Please call us at 214-999-9999 and we will answer your non-immigrant visa questions.

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  • radhay
    09-16 02:42 PM
    Looks like 245(i) cases can be filed in any employment category. Most cases were filed in EB3 and very few in EB2. This is because EB3 category accommodates people with no education and with minimal experience via (i) (ii) and (iii) categories with in EB3.

    It seems logical that EB3 was near current until 2005 as all the 245(i) cases were rotting in BEC centers. As BECs started clearing them EB3 got hit. Unfortunately none of us predicted this. There is no efficient way to separate them at 485 stage as they fall under various categories.


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  • loku
    09-30 08:38 PM

    I am working on H1-B for sometime. My project ended 2 months ago and I had been on unpaid leave since then. My H1-B expires on Sep 30, 2009. My company applied for H1-B extension in June but got a RFE due to lack of evidence. My company replied to the RFE on Aug 28. and status has been pending since then. On Sep 19, I got an offer from another company. The new company filed for premium processing for H1-B transfer and her transfer application got approved with starting date of September 24. I joined the new company on Sep 29 but haven't notified her old employer yet.

    My immigration is underway and has got an approved I-140 from previous employer. That is the reason I didn't notify them as I don't want to stop that process. It is my intention to move back to her old employer if the visa extension is approved and the current project is finished so that I doesn't have to refile her Green card.

    Now the question is what will happen in these scenario and purportedly 'Last Action rule' of USCIS:

    1) If my Visa extension gets accepted, which VISA will hold good, the H1 ext with original employer or H1-B transferred visa with new employer ? Where should I report for work and is there anything legally I need to do before I reports to any of them ?

    2) If my Visa extension gets rejected, will my transferred VISA still hold good ? Will I need to do anything in that scenario i.e. need to go out of country and get her Visa stamped ?

    Thanks for your help and time. Please advice!!

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  • nnk555
    03-26 01:05 AM

    My Company applied PERM in Sept'07 at Chicago. Till now company hasn't heard back yet and now employer is planning to file one more PERM appl. through different Lawyer. Can we file one more application without hearing/know the first case status?

    Appreciate the reply.


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  • rockstart
    10-06 03:20 PM
    I joined my present company in June 2004 on CPT, missed the summer graduation so applied for the spring graduation. Got my MS diploma in Dec 2004 (non thesis). Went on H1 in Oct 2004. Applied for GC in Feb 06 as EB2 and I got it without any issues. I know another friend of mine who joined with me in June 2004. He actually took classes later to finish his MS and finally graduated in December 2005 and he too got his Eb2 approved. The GC is for future job and not the current one so according to me it should be fine.

    01-02 09:42 AM
    Under certain circumstances, your International Student Advisor can grant a leave of absence for one semester for you. You need to get some paperwork from a doctor which will state that you can't attend college and why and for what reasons. However, this is not an easy case. Secondly, once you husband applies for I-130 based on marriage, this may violate your F-1 status as F-1 has purely non-immigrant intent and by filing I130 you show you intend to immigrate to the U.S.

    I tried to help my friend to transfer to another school when he was on F-1. A month after he transferred to the new school, the IS Advisor told him that his F-1 status has been canceled in the SEVIS system. Later, through FOIA he learned it was due to I-130 petition filed by his wife on his behalf a few months earlier. Conicidently, they canceled his F-1 just after the I130 approval. Luckily, his wife became a US citizen just few months later and he adjusted status due to that.

    I always advise to speak to an immigration attorney before taking any action. Thank you.

    05-02 10:52 PM
    There really is no science behind the time line to be honest. All i can do is tell you my experience.
    I came to the USA in July 2008 on an L1A visa in category EB3 c (Multi national Executive or Manager). On Oct 9th 2009 my companies attorney filed for the I-140 and I-485 concurrently for me and my family. I received my EAD in November 09 and my I-140 was approved on the 18th of March 2010. My green card (I-485) was approved on the 22nd of April 2010 and I received my actual card on the 30th of April 2010.
    As I said above there is no science to the time line, its really a case of take a ticket and hope for the best but mine took a total of 6 months from start to finish. This is pretty quick to be honest but my attorney was very good.

    Hope this helps.

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