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  • nogreen4decade
    07-16 06:18 PM
    Wishful thinking - Would be nice if the court went against AZ and asked the congress and senate to resolve the issue soon through legislative action. Republicans will be against any sort of amnesty, so not a thing will happen till November, but there may be chances of piecemeal legislations to address legal immigration issues if Republicans get the majority.

    I have paid over $10 K in attorney fees so far and Obama wants to legalize the illegals who broke the law by granting them amnesty and asking them to pay a "fine"? If this happened in our home country, wouldn't we all do the same and think the same as the people of Arizona? I'm in favor of AZ taking this initiative .
    I agree with you on amnesty. And I usually agree with republicans on immigration law reforms. Surprisingly, they have been fair. But I dont think AZ new law falls into this republican agenda. I live in Phoenix. I can see the racist motivation behind it.

    Ironically, dont forget that if there are no illegals, noone would be talking about any kind of immigration reform!

    Here are 3 scenarios, when this law become effective and how it makes legals suffer again!
    1) Let us say they stop citizens. They can always say "we are citizens and we dont have to show you any papers". And they are safe that way

    2) Let us say they stop legal non-immigrant visa holders, which is my case. In this case, I have to say that I am not a citizen and I will be asked to show papers. I lived in this country for 11 years. My papers are more complicated that even I get confused. And not only that, it is such a pain to carry them all the time. What if I lose them?

    3) Let us say they stop an illegal. Since the illegal immigrant already broke the law once, he/she would have no problem breaking it again saying, "I am a citizen. I dont have to show you any papers!"

    So what would this law achieve at that time? Just that legals would get more headache!

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  • drona
    08-27 07:04 PM
    To IV members who are within driving distance of DC and are not committing to attending the rally, please have a look at this poll and see that there are people flying thousands of miles to attend this rally all the way west from California.

    Please take a day off and attend the DC rally. There are many major world issues and US issues at the forefront of discussions in Washington. We have one tiny slot to make our voices heard. This is our chance. If you are taking one day off, it is only one day. Work extra hours on the other four working days in the week. Act now, take this one important day off and join the rally in DC.

    Join us on September 18th in Washington DC.

    CA Members voting NO in this Poll, we are going to CALL, EMAIL, PM you to change your mind.

    CA Members voting YES, you are all superstars! Please remember to edit your profiles and select "YES" - I am attending the DC Rally. This will enable you to receive the latest updates on the rally from IV Core.

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  • garybanz
    11-02 02:16 PM

    Is IV in a position to check with USCIS on the official guideline for this issue?


    Questions for everyone to research and post the answers------

    -- Is there any real example on any internet forum, website or blog where someone faced problem in citizenship because they left their sponsor employer before 6 months expired? Do not find opinion but a real proof.

    -- Can any lawyer provide a case example to illustrate the above. We can go into detail, talk to USCIS and seek clarification.

    -- Is there anywhere in the law, memo or rulebook that says 6 month employment is needed after getting green card.

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  • diptam
    08-15 12:43 PM
    Some peoples think that they are the smartest world has ever Produced.

    When you go for Fedex/USPS Express they takes your Name, Current Address in a page which has Pointer to the TRACKING NO. 1 copy comes to you , 1 copy goes out with Package and 1 Copy gets saved with FEDEX/USPS.

    The 3rd copy above is sufficient to straightout any "Potential Liars" :mad:

    People can show someone elses fedex receipt and claim that they too mailed their application. How can USCIS find out which fedex receipt is for what application?


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  • smuggymba
    04-23 02:29 PM
    yesetrday on CNN, AC 360, there were two latino ladies (US Citizens) and they kept saying that this bill is illegal and should be vetoed.

    All latinos want other latinos to come to USA and have the numbers/political influence to get them GC's via amnesty before legal immigrants.

    None of those ladies said they did not support illegal immigration, they just kept ranting about racial profiling.

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  • rameshk75
    02-13 12:36 PM
    Thanks Shana..Even i had the same thought.. it should be the day we arrive in US...

    To my know it should start from jun 05


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  • nikh
    09-20 10:23 PM
    As per the data, so far people with notice date (on 485, from NSC) before sept 1st have got their FP notices (except few people). So, I presume if someone's case transfered back to NSC from CSC before spet 1 st, he or she should expect their FP notice soon.
    Obviously, we are not going get our notices if there several people lined up with NSC notice dates before our transfer dates.

    This is just my logical conclusion, may be incorrect

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  • venky08
    12-29 03:07 AM
    thanks logiclife for answering my question. as suggested i will consult with my attorney.


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  • ddeka
    11-06 12:56 PM
    If your attorney filed your case, then:

    EAD is sent directly you
    FP is sent to you and your attorney
    AP is sent to your attorney.....

    All these are sent by USCIS via regular mail.....

    Your attorney might have sent the AP documents to you via DHL...

    No - It came to me directly from Texas Service Center. My Lawyer didn't even know - I informed them. All three EAD/AP/FP directly came to me except receipt notice which were sent to my Lawyer

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  • mhb
    07-06 06:22 PM
    try calling CARL SEARS he is the guy who puts up these newscast.
    also call LISA SYLVESTER from CNN @ 202 898 7645 and make out voices head!!


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  • eagerr2i
    12-04 03:57 PM
    This appeared in todays Business Standard Newspaper in India. Atleast, the issue came up for discussion.

    Here it is.

    The United States today indicated that it was willing to consider setting up of a joint technical working group to address the issues coming in the way of finalising a totalisation agreement with India.

    New Delhi, on its part, has made it clear that it is not agreeable to the US stance of linking the requirement for a social security net as a precursor to finalising the agreement. India also made clear that it was adopting a calibrated approach to further opening up of the retail and financial services sector.

    Indians working in the US have to mandatorily contribute to social security benefits but are unable to repatriate the same when they leave the US, in the absence of a totalisation agreement between the two countries.

    The issue was discussed at a meeting of US Under Secretary for International Trade Franklin Lavin and Commerce Secretary G K Pillai in the capital. Commerce ministry officials said the Indian side pointed out that New Delhi had signed totalisation agreements with countries like Belgium and France, which had not set any pre-conditions.

    “It was pointed out that India, which is a developing country, effectively gives a grant of $500 million to the US in the absence of a totalisation agreement. The US has indicated that it will soon have a video conferencing on the matter with senior Indian officials,” an official said.

    In response to the US demand for further opening up of the financial services sector, the commerce ministry pointed out that India was adopting a calibrated approach on the matter.

    “It was pointed out that the Reserve Bank of India has finalised a road map for the gradual opening up of the sector by 2008,” an official said, adding that New Delhi raised the issue of absence of a level-playing field for financial institutions in the US.

    “A foreign bank wanting to open more branches in India only needs to obtain the permission of the Reserve bank of India. However, an Indian bank wanting to open up branches in the US has to go through the American federal system and then a state regulatory system,” an official said.

    Banks like State Bank of India and ICICI have long pending applications for opening more branches in the US.

    India also raised the issue of extending protection to its traditional knowledge under the patent regime in the US.

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  • mbartosik
    02-12 05:12 PM
    Many states are "employment at will" states. This includes NY. You can say good bye that day and not turn up again (works both ways). Did you have leave owing and thus were simply using up paid leave before leaving him. If you did not sign a no-compete he doesn't have a leg to stand on, and even if you did no-compete contracts are often unenforceable because they go too far.

    If you left without telling him and continued to draw salary that could be a problem.

    If you are working for a customer that he still does business with, then speak with your managers. If you have a good relationship there the managers may put pressure on him -- like threaten to cancel his remaining contracts.

    IRS explains in their FAQ what to do if you cannot get W2 (linked to earlier in this thread I think). DO NOT PAY A PENNY FOR IT! Do not accept an incorrect W2 either!

    Better still go to a local IRS office and get advice. If you get a helpful IRS customer service rep, then ask to call your employer on a speaker phone with them present, imagine what IRS might do to him if they hear him on the phone attempting to blackmail you! I hear major audit coming! Or ask IRS to phone him there and then on your behalf, so they can ask for the W2 to be sent. If he dares tell them he won't send it he will find himself in a world of pain. The IRS do have a procedure, so they will likely send a demanding letter, woe is he who ignores such a letter.

    Personally I would rather pick an argument with a police officer than an IRS representative. IRS has much more power put him in a world of pain than any other agency.

    Customer service people are humans too, and I've found IRS customer service helpful before, be polite and they will advice they are going to hate the idea of someone being blackmailed for a W2, you might even "make their day".


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  • chanduv23
    08-11 09:17 PM
    IMO, the key criterion is "occupational classification" under which the new job falls under, not the technologies used. For example, it is logical to conclude that a Software Engineer position that requires programming in Java is in the same or similar occupational classification as a Software Engineer job that requires programming in .NET.

    One could argue that .NET is a different technology than Java, but most if not all would agree they fall under the same/similar occupational classification.

    So as long as you can make a strong case that the occupational classification for jobs is the same/similar, I don't think there is a problem.

    Then again, I am not a lawyer and all that...

    In that case, both my old and new job (responsibilities and titles) fall under 15-1031.00 if we take into consideration a broader classification where job duties are the same but technologies are probably 60% same but some technologies mentioned in my L/C are obsolete and my current employer does not list those technologies.

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  • GCard_Dream
    06-26 04:05 PM
    I am getting confused here about digital photo and USCIS not accepting them. I am assuming that "digital photo" just means pictures taken from a digital camera and printed out, which is what most of the studios do anyways, so why would USCIS have any problem with it. Is there a difference in pictures taken from a digital camera vs poloroid camera? If anything, digital camera most likey will have far better picture quality than poloroid camera so what's the deal with "digital photo" being unacceptable. Or do you guys mean a photo on a floppy of something when you say digital photo.


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  • coloniel60
    08-14 06:23 AM

    Thanks doc for the prognosis. I have said this before and I will say it again that all this is USCIS fault. They are the ones who are taking 90 days to issue recipt notices. They are the ones who are not following FIFO in issuing recipt notices. They are the ones who said that they have processed all applications received before July 1 but have not cashed checks for my application which was mailed on June 11th.

    On a lighter note what you are doing with those you tube videos is also OBSSESSIVE COMPULSIVE (DIS)ORDER except that it's for something good.

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  • GCaspirations
    10-03 10:30 PM
    How do yo uknow ur app moved from nsc to csc etc.. when you havenot got anything...other than just the lud on uscis website...
    can u pl clarify?

    I got transfer notice. Also LUD on the website.


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  • Munna Bhai
    04-13 08:36 AM
    May visa bulletin will be here today(most prob.)..they r doing the 'cut and paste" of last bulletin right now..:D
    any comments on new bulletin?

    Today is friday and 13th, anything can happen. Let's wait for miracle...

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  • hopefull
    07-06 04:26 PM
    Sorry to hear someone hurting this much!





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  • gc_maine2
    07-27 03:12 PM
    OMG .. what a sense of humor.. :D :D

    You are not a wellwisher, why did you forget the local service center where sometimes a case gets transferred to.. :D :D :D

    03-27 08:55 AM

    You are missing it again. What is a driver license for ? Drivers license is a drivers license. It is a verification whether one has the driving skills and knowledge to drive safely on the road.

    What has it got to do with job or immigration status ?

    Well, for one, a driver's license is the most commonly accepted proof of identity. It's not just about driving skills. The procedures for it's issuance affect the security of the country. Sorry, I think it is you who are missing the point.

    08-07 01:04 PM
    My PD is August 2003
    RD = 17th Jun 2007
    ND = 18th Jul 2007

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