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  • still_waiting
    06-03 09:20 AM
    good job !

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  • qualified_trash
    01-08 06:56 PM
    Thank you richi.

    Iam also thinking on the same lines.

    Also looking forward to any TCS PF withdrawal experiences.

    not to trivialize the issue at discussion.......... I am sure this is important to you.

    However, what does this have anything to do with Non Immigrant visas?

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  • Templarian
    07-20 10:04 PM
    saxx it has no chance to beat flash. Its good in that it uses a very solid language backing. Its just not even remotely comparable to flash atm (its like flash 8 tbh if they were to be compared).

    I have a good feeling once its further in development and MS has integrated all of DX10/DX11 support we will be seeing a lot more of it (probably because of a windows update).

    Till then its just something to mess around with. Think of it more as a JAVA in your browser... everyone eventually will have it... but very few will use it.

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  • sivaramakrishna
    07-09 11:41 AM
    Sorry to burst your bubble but that list is sorted alphabetically.

    Then may be #1 choice for people to work outside USA


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  • cr52401
    04-25 02:18 PM
    Thank you for you all help but I am commited to a project by the end of July. This is the every day work and can not leave at least for 6 weeks.

    DO yuo have any other solution. Do you think it might be a way to go around it?

    Thank you.

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  • PD_Dec2002
    07-10 12:15 PM
    Even one of your reputed member (Rajiv Khanna @ posted in his website that chance of winning the law suit is very minimum.

    He posted in his website as follows: "Please note folks, I don�t think this class will be easily approved by courts. CIS could argue a lot of things against it, which I don�t wish to publish in an open forum."


    1. RK is no longer a member of AILA.

    2. Also, in this specific quote, RK is not talking about the outcome of the law suit. He's only talking about the chance of the court accepting the defined "class".

    On a separate note, RK has mentioned on several occasions, winning the lawsuit is a long shot. You can even hear his recorded conference call from last week.



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  • KKtexas
    07-28 11:32 AM
    Is there a maximum limit for duration one can stay away from USA and come back on Advance Parole ?

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  • zhoeno
    10-01 07:55 PM
    Hi All

    Thanks for a great forum. I am EB3 India (PD Dec 02) with 140 approved June this year. Rumor has it that the small firm I work for, is going to be acquired by a much larger firm with thousands of employees globally. I am concerned about my ongoing GC process. First question

    Q1. What happens to my GC process?

    Considering the behemoth like size of the company that is going to acquire us I am quite sure that the GC process of the few employees from my present employer will take a back seat.

    Q2. What are the things I can do proactively.

    I have read on various threads that it is possible to join other employers and port the PD to them. But considering the fact that company that started the GC process is no longer there, how would this porting of PD with new labor, 140 etc would occur...

    I would appreciate if someone can provide answers to my questions. Thanks for taking the time to read this.


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  • SertTurk
    07-19 08:36 AM
    Yes, I checked and we are approved all the way.Just waiting for the consular processing date to get our Green Card.

    So can my wife quit her job? I dont understand why she couldnt if our case is already approved...

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  • lkapildev
    02-07 08:28 PM
    YOu will get your GC. I'm positive. For me all my docs like AP, EAD etc had same status and i got the physical card and ap.


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  • nviren
    03-07 07:42 PM
    Pl. find here some more stuff about DOL/BEC and PERM.

    Looks like BEC is on the radar of govt, but not on the priority.

    Note the last line on the page. It says last updated in Jan 2006.

    Funny that the DOL gets 42% marks for Program Results/Accountability and 100% marks on program management and 80% on Program Purpose & Design.

    Find here some funding figures as well.

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  • stucklabor
    03-16 09:36 AM
    I am not sure how we can conclude that there is massive corruption and mismanagement. According to this report, tons of immigration applicants knowingly commit fraud in their applications. For instance, people file frivolous I485 applications that have no chance of succeeding, just to get EAD/AP. USCIS is having trouble balancing the Presidential mandate to reduce the backlog - which means faster processing of each application - with the need to detect and prevent fraud, which means taking a longer time over each application.

    The title of this thread is quite misleading, IMHO.


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  • ab_tak_chappan
    08-14 10:53 PM
    2006PD people are younger (most of them) and can contribute to the future to a greater extent and have less baggage :D

    How come most of the 2006 PD holders getting approved? I do not have any grudge against who have 2006 PD and got their AOS approved. I am just wondering as to what is making USCIS to choose only 2006 PD ? Definitely, the low hanging fruits theory does not seem to be working here. Anybody has any idea about that ? I am just frustrated.

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  • highskies26
    08-15 12:07 AM
    +2003 11
    2004 37
    2005 49
    2006 35
    Total 132

    draw your own conclusions
    Seems right to me... I think a lot of 2004-2005 applicants are also getting approved.

    BTW, I am also a 2006 applicant and July 2nd filer but still waiting... :(


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  • copsmart
    02-05 05:48 PM
    This is my Attorney’s take on “same or similar job”:

    Ultimately for the adjustment of status to be approved, you have to have a new position in the "same or similar occupational classification" as the position which is the subject of the labor certification application. This does not mean it has to be the same job or the same job duties but, as indicated, in the same general field. As long as you obtain such a position prior to your adjustment of status being finalized, then there should be no problem.

    I also asked him about Location and Salary requirements. This what he said…

    Location does not matter and even salary does not matter, as long as it does not seem to evidence a totally different type of position.

    So, I wouldn’t worry about the "same or similar" crap and wait for several years. If some attracting offer comes up your way, go for it.

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  • black_logs
    02-18 12:08 PM
    Yes, most of the states are going to implement it. It is allready existing in P.A. and I know atleast 2 people who's friends picks/drops them to work. It's a shame, living in this country for 6 years and suddenly your DL is snatched away. Getting 3 years H1B extensions in all circumstances is on of our main agenda at please see our brochure in resources section. This will solve atleast some part of the problem.


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  • sri1309
    04-11 10:43 PM

    I would be positive that since RFE wasnt answered on time, USCIS knows that it denied it very probably only on the fact that RFE wasnt answered. Now if you MTR using a decent attorney, then there is a good chance that you will get approved. Make sure you have all documentation in place. Refer to "I-140 denied, urgent help, please" forum also in's site.
    485 can be reinstated if I140 is approved again. There are cases to get MTR cleared in less than a month.
    I can imagine how it feels, but I am sure you have a chance. Go to a big law firm and a good attorney.

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  • ps57002
    09-15 10:20 PM
    Enough of taking whatever crap employer gives us...time to stand up...time to be in NOW

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  • met3259
    07-18 04:40 PM
    i was reading just now,
    and I know that each year only 140000 green card is allocated for EB category.

    I have several question regarding this number/quota:

    1. Does that number (140000) include the spouse/all dependents of applicant ? or just the main applicant ?

    2. I keep hearing of this 7% cap for each country, what does that mean ?
    does that mean each country only have maximum of 9800 (7% * 140000) green card each year ?? or is it depend on the number of citizen of the country (for example citizen in India is bigger than Japan, so India will get bigger quota)

    thanks in advance :D

    Let me guess - your PD (that is somthing we call a Priority Date -- the date you applied for LC (Labor Certification)) was YESTERDAY?????

    12-12 06:16 PM
    I have also OPT card with a A# and another alien number with 485.. I went to INFOPASS, the IO said that there is no problem.. the one in the OPT is a temporal number.... the new alien from 485 is the permanent:o

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