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    01-03 05:16 PM
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  • styrum
    12-19 03:30 PM
    that was a very interesting read. Another scary part is that it took USCIS 6 months to revoke teh I-140 from the time it was requested. Meaning when he actually left his employer, if he had called up USCIS to verify the status of his I-140, it would have come up as still-valid.

    Moreover, the decision totally ignores the fact that "The basis for adjustment is not actual (current) employment but prospective employment" and the entire answer to Q10 in Part I of the Aytes Memo od 12/25/05

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  • sku
    12-18 07:32 PM
    I filed my I-485 on 2nd July 2007, My 180 days completes on 29th Dec 2007

    I am in IT job, My job title is System Analyst and I want change the job with similar job title Sr System Analyst , But the technology(Oracle Stuff to Java Stuff) will be different then what is on labor certification.

    My future employer will not file H1-B, So I have to start on EAD.

    What should be process for me to do the same

    * Do I need to file AC21
    * If yes, Can I do the AC21 with same or Different lawyer

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  • hindu_king
    11-03 03:51 PM
    My Prediction for Dec bulletin

    Eb2 and Eb 1 all others - C
    EB2 India & China - Jan 1, 2006

    EB 3 India - Jan 1, 2002
    EB 3 all others - Jan 1, 2003

    All others current...Hope this comes true....:-)

    So you think EB2I will be Jan 2006 because your PD is Dec 2005? I like your wishful thinking because my PD is Dec 2005 too and I hope your prediction comes true.


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  • gconmymind
    04-24 03:57 PM
    This is horrible and some community organizations and law firms must talk to the DOS/Whitehouse about this issue. National Security is must but there must be better way than playing with the future of so many innocent people (99% most likely of which will have acceptable backgrounds).

    You must have already done some of this - try to contact your local Congressman, Attorney, Employer and try to find more info. This is completely unacceptable. After the PIMS introduction, I am hearing a lot of horror stories. It never used to be so bad earlier.

    How can the consulate keep passports for so long? Basically, they are even barring you from taking any journey anywhere abroad. Why?

    National security and background checks are a must but with someone who has been in US for 5+ years (or for that matter even once) should already have been verified.

    I am assuming you do not have AP or do not want to use it...otherwise you can ask for your passports, abandon the visa application and enter US using AP. Talk to your attorney if you try this..

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  • Eagle
    12-05 02:08 PM
    Thanks Easygoer for your reply.

    I also have Chartered Accoutancy (CA) and Cost Accoutancy(CWA) qualifications in addition to my Masters. I have approached Sheila and she is helping me out.


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  • shreekhand
    10-28 09:13 AM
    Yes... benchmarking is good (in many things as you suggest quality, corruption, infrastructure etc.)... but absolutely not in everything as you suggest, some things just aren't comparable given some micro-economic conditions. Further, doing so would also encourage the mindset of aping the developed countries in every department. Remember the India that we see has gone through hundreds of social and economic cycles over thousands of years. It is not a nation that came to being a few hundred years ago and was a developed country (in current terms) many times in the past.

    If one learns history then one also learns not to just take a slice of it for generalization! A holistic view of what happened in the past globally and our current state makes one realize the hidden riches and clear shortcomings in any nation. One need not level out it's hidden riches to clear the shortcomings !

    Yes its pretty much difficult for an Indian to arrive here and find a job. Forget about settling, many EB3s have already crossed 5-10 year mark. EB2 at least 5.
    I guess he left out the point about locals moving to non-IT related fields in which the salaries are very slowly catching up to IT. These need to grow now with govt, private sector support, now that the glamour of US GC is almost non-existent for new IT graduates and almost pays back like the typical 20 year LIC policy of the 1990s I had. India has always been good in other industries like Textile, steel, cars, etc, and need to get some to world class levels.

    I was going to say infrastructure is improving and things would get very good in India in 5-10 years (?) that US IT folks would seriously not find a difference in lifestyle.
    But then I saw one of the recent movie hits, and saw the most stuff seemed to be incredulous, unbelievable - good songs though. I change my mind most times when I read some local news or see an occasional movie.
    Is there a fundamental change in thinking needed in some areas among a vast majority? something to do with realism, acheiving quality in everything.
    Corruption doesn't seem to be the only problem.
    Money may not always be the primary reason for people to relocate to India. It will be an oppurtunity to experience the best quality of work, education and learning, the same reason many of us come here.
    There has to be more aggressive regular benchmarking of everything with developed countries.
    I guess its also a normal part of evolution to a future developed country.

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  • apt29
    08-12 09:52 AM
    Wow dude you are impossible :D Good job though ;) Can you post your exact conversation in detail with second IO for benefit of us here.

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    07-19 10:00 AM
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  • sanz
    05-11 12:28 PM
    agree with black tongue... at least we are much better than their scenario

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  • vine93
    01-05 11:11 AM
    Dear friends:

    As the Past President of a PMI Chapter (PMP for the past 10 years and working in the field of Project management for the past 15 years) let me shed some light to this query.

    Reasons why you should do PMP
    1) If you believe you need a promotion, new job or rise the corporate ladder within the field of IT or management, take PMP.....Billing rate of PM's is $90-150/hr for consulting, full time could be from $100K-$250K. The next generation CIO's will be highly qualified PM's.
    2) Job security for PMP's. The only job that will not be outsourced to India or China is that of a project manager.
    3) PMP will help you get the project manager job, if you do not have one. However, become a Project Manager only if you like working with people. Trust me, if you hate politics and hate managing people, it is better for you to stay a techie. Your life will be miserable if you do not like managing people. Do something that you enjoy, rather than what you may hate. It is all about people and people management, rather than project management in the world of PMP's
    4) PMP has become mandatory for all large gigs or projects. Small projects do not need PMP's and small projects do not pay well too.
    5) PMP does not make you a better project manager. But PMP is needed by the industry. It is the experience that one gets from being on the field from different industries that makes one a good project manager.

    I hope this should help some of you to make a decision to be a PMP or not.

    2) Job security for PMP's. The only job that will not be outsourced to India or China is that of a project manager.

    Wrong !!

    I work for IBM and IBM just recently outsourced almost all the PM's and SDM's job to India only ( Not to China because of English speaking ability ).
    IBM got tonnes of skilled MBA's with english speaking. As of now hardly I see any PM's from US during calls. But I admire you for all the other points. well said.


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  • vadik78
    04-14 08:34 AM
    so, now they have bumped up EB3 ROw, does that mean they will bump up EB2 or EB3 India next month? The fact that EB2 and EB3 India are stuck, does it mean these categories have already reached their per country annual limits?

    Judging by the 1-year leap for RoW, the priority date for ROW should have being moving throughout the year. Maybe the same situation here - they just cannot count, and are going to waste some visas at the year-end.

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  • mariusp
    05-22 03:41 PM
    When the one of the IV leaders is seriously considering going out of status in order to benefit from the great amnesty, you know that something is seriously messed up. Even so, I didn't expect you guys to be the first ones to give up...


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  • Macaca
    02-01 09:46 AM
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    Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) joined a chorus of immigrant advocacy groups in condemning the Bush administration's plan to charge legal immigrants significantly more money to obtain green cards, adjust their residency status and bring relatives to the United States.

    Under the plan, announced yesterday by Emilio Gonzalez, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the government would charge $905 -- up from $325 -- to apply for a green card or to adjust residency status. Immigrants with green cards would have to pay $595 to become naturalized citizens, a $265 increase. The cost of bringing a foreign fiance to the United States would more than double, to $455.

    USCIS has long been plagued by an application backlog, slow processing by poorly trained personnel and an inability to track applications for people. The agency receives no money from Congress and passes on most costs to applicants. A highly critical 2004 Government Accountability Office report said that the agency's fees did not cover its costs.

    Gonzalez said the increase would pay for better facilities, more workers and more training so that applications can be processed faster and by a more courteous and professional staff. He said the improvements would help USCIS cope with a guest-worker program should Congress approve some type of comprehensive immigration reform.

    The fee increases will be published today in the Federal Register, beginning a two-month comment period. USCIS expects to process nearly 5 million applications in the 2008-2009 fiscal year.

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  • indyanguy
    12-13 06:27 PM
    I tried to recruit 3 guys with 7-8 yrs of experience. We already have a 12 member offshore team...the average asking rate (H1s and citizens) is 90K ..H1B quota restriction is working in our favor very much. Market rate for IT professionals has increased quite handsomely..put ur resume out to dice or monster and see for urselves.

    I don't think 90k for someone with 7-8 years of experience is high in most parts of US. Market rate for IT professionals might have increased in people working with niche technologies. But in general, I see a down trend. And with more people in the job market in Jan 08 (with AC21), I can predict the rates heading south.

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  • sam_hoosier
    12-19 12:57 PM
    I thought so. Life's never simple with USCIS in it :) If at that time my spouse (my beneficiary) has not used EAD and is still on a non immigrant visa (H1 or L1), can I switch to dependent status?

    Yes, you can switch to a dependant status if your spouse has a valid non-immigrant visa.

    06-18 08:24 PM
    the best way to get more support is to be more inclusive .... what I mean is 1) either we have a parallel campaign for those who are on EAD's only 2) add EAD issue to this campaign too.
    ------------ on a side note, I wonder what the effect would be if we were to have a campaign saying that we may end up walking away from our homes (jingle keys) because of visa delays / denials ??
    btw is still not late to link immigration delays to housing ..see the latest article below from Reuters
    ... by demand it means new buyers and immigrants are big part of that !!
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    This year's peak home-buying season was lackluster, as buyers seeking to trade up to larger houses were absent, said the head of one of the country's largest real estate firms.

    Jim Gillespie, president and chief executive of Coldwell Banker Real Estate, in an interview with Reuters, said sales were only modest during the spring, with demand overwhelmingly dominated by first-time home buyers and investors.

    "The more important 'move-up' buyers were absent and that is not encouraging," said Gillespie, who is based in Parsippany, New Jersey.

    Move-up buyers are those seeking to trade in their current home for a larger one, and Gillespie said that group is important for sustaining a healthy real estate market.

    Because of the sharp decline in housing prices and the collapse in consumer demand, homeowners are having difficulty selling their current homes to move up to pricier properties.

    "They are key to a U.S. housing market recovery," he said. Gillespie said some of this lack of demand could be alleviated through more incentives. He recently met with U.S.

    Congressional leaders to discuss housing, and said he supports a bill currently in the Senate calling for a $15,000 tax credit for all buyers of primary residences, with no income limit, for a period of 12 months.

    The current $8,000 tax credit, first passed in February as part of a $787 billion fiscal stimulus plan, is limited to first-time home buyers and expires at the end of November. The proposed plan would expand eligibility to all home buyers and increase the credit to $15,000.

    The U.S. housing market is in the midst of its worst downturn since the Great Depression. Home prices have been falling since peaking in the second quarter of 2006, and the Obama Administration has tried various measures to restore that market through tax benefits and temporary halts to foreclosures.

    "Congress is focusing on the foreclosure problem, which is a good thing, but they need to focus more on the demand side," he said. Gillespie said market realities have come to bear as well.
    "Many people got spoiled by mortgage rates at 5 percent and below," he said. "When the mortgage rate rose above 5 percent, it spooked many buyers who were already hesitant," he said.

    08-21 10:44 AM
    Please refrain from pushing OP to post employer details on public forum. Let it be OP�s weapon of surprise. I wish OP has contacted an attorney for fighting his case. If this is going to be an out of court settlement, then we shouldn�t expect complete details as well. OP's story should be an eye opener for all of us(Employees and Employers).

    Who'z OP?

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