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  • ash0210
    12-19 10:20 AM
    fyi..Checked my e-mail, no pm yet..will update you when I will receive your pm..

    system is working. I sent you a PM

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  • uppaji
    12-19 11:35 AM
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  • fatjoe
    08-23 11:01 AM
    Thanks fatjoe,

    R u the primary your wife got the interview...were u able to accompany all the questions dealt with her....that's strange...I thought dependent applicant r not asked questions abt employment et al...


    Yes, I'm the primary app. Both of us went for the inetrview..., we can do that... the questions were regarding both of us, like both of our employment letters, paystubs, W2s, since both of us are working, and also EAD, H1/H4 797s, etc of both us.
    I have heard from the forums and also the attorney, that it is not unusual to call only the "derivative of the applicant"(spouse) for interview. But husband/wife may choose to accompany the spouse for the interview. Since I was there, I answered some of them too.

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  • rnanchal
    02-04 01:32 PM

    what should prevail is a matter of perspective. If you are an Indian then skill should prevail, if you are not, then of course it is the other way around


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  • longq
    02-04 06:28 PM
    I'll take that as the final word on this issue.

    And I expect people here to have enough integrity to let us (ROW) know if they intend to pursue the interests of the oversubscribed countries only, at the expense of the interests of the ROW.

    No one here takes advantage of any group. We are talking here is what law says and how it is implemented by various agencies. The problem is there is doubt that DOS has not understood the law. No one is against ROW and loves India and China. US immigration simply based on preference catagories. For example, wife of U.S citzen will be given first preference in immigration (FB1) compare to brothers and sisters of US permanent residents (FB4or5). This is the law.

    Similar thing in employment catagories too. Before 2000, there is a verical spill over of EB visas. Becase of this, a high skilled workers from India/China has to wait more compare to low skilled workers from ROW. This practice will not put US in technological edge. Thats why AC21 law implemented.

    After 2000, congress removed country quota in all EB catagoires. The simple reason is to make US competiveness in 21st century. The intend is simple.

    The simple meaning of AC21 law is, for example, let us assume following hypothitical situation. There are 40,000 noble prize winners from Mexico. All of them applying EB1 visas in a FY. In same FY, no one from other countries applied EB1 visa. As per AC21 rule, entire 40,000 visas (100%) goes to Mexico in EB1 irrsepective of how EB2 or EB3 or FE catagories are retrogressed or howmany mexians in EB/FB are waiting. This is what congress intend to promote high skilled immigrants to USA. This is what american competivness in 21 century. The intent here is noble prize winners should not wait even if they are from oversubscribed countries like mexico.

    If you read word by word of AC21 rule will understand what I am saying.

    INA 202 (a) (5) (A)
    EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRANTS NOT SUBJECT TO PER COUNTRY LIMITATION IF ADDITIONAL VISAS AVAILABLE- If the total number of visas available under paragraph (1), (2), (3), (4), or (5) of section 203(b) for a calendar quarter exceeds the number of qualified immigrants who may otherwise be issued such visas, the visas made available under that paragraph shall be issued without regard to the numerical limitation under paragraph (2) of this subsection during the remainder of the calendar quarter

    My intension is simple.

    Even if SKIL/CIR bill passed in near future, if DOS or USCIS does not implement the law accordingly, it will be disaster for oversubscribed countries like India and China.

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  • neverbefore
    12-03 04:10 AM
    We had our AOS interview this week at LA USCIS office. We are EB2-I, PD 02/06, Filed 08/07, RD 10/07, I-140 approved 12/06. Reason for interview was a double failure to get clear FPs for spouse. This necessitates a police clearance certificate from the city of residence and upon our lawyer's advise, we went armed with two of these, one from each of the two cities we have lived in during the 5 previous years.

    Getting a Police Clearance Certificate entails just going and requesting it at their counter. Their charges are reasonable ($11 and $19.50 for us) and in one case we got it after a few minutes of wait and in the other, had to return the next day to collect it.

    We reached a couple of minutes late at the mapped location of the USCIS building, courtesy our unfamiliarity with downtown areas including LA and terrible freeway traffic. I dropped off my spouse and kid at a building which had bold signs saying "Passport", "Immigration" and like (on our right as we went on Los Angeles St from Aliso St to Temple St). I went to find a parking space meanwhile. Just as I was returning from an uncomfortably long circuitous tour of the area, I got a call from my spouse telling me that that building was not the right one. Our GPS had finished guidance just at that particular crossing (Los Angeles St and Temple St) btw. Through some good people there, we got a clue about the long lines in a nearby building (diagonally across), which is where I dropped them off then and again went on a parking hunt. I wish I had also carried a map printout of this area.

    I managed to find a parking some 6 blocks away and was walking back with some bags which is when my spouse called to say that this was indeed the right building and gave me further directions.

    I sprinted across a narrow side street when it was bereft of traffic even though the pedestrian light was unfavorable. This act of mine earned me a citation from a peace officer obviously watching from a hiding place for people who are more used to pedestrian crossings with buttons. Here I was just not sure as to when to expect the light to turn in my favor, with obvious thoughts of the delay playing on my mind. Thankfully, I still reached upstairs well before our names were called.

    The security at the downstairs entrance was airport-like except that they did not ask me to take my shoes off. They allowed me everything I was carrying including my cellphone and laptop.

    I duly reached the waiting room upstairs and found my family. By this time, my spouse had already submitted the interview notices to the personnel there. Our lawyer had advised us to stick a note therewith saying that all of us are a family and should therefore be seen together. We forgot this but my spouse mentioned this verbally. This had the desired effect, thankfully.

    After a wait of about 2 hours, we were called up and went inside to an IO's office. I do have to mention here that the security officer outside was very nice and friendly.

    The IO was courteous and asked us to take an oath of truth before we sat down. She asked us if we had our attorney with us. Since we did not, she made us sign a waiver saying that we did not object to being interviewed sans our attorney. She then proceeded to ask us for our government-issued IDs. We handed her our Indian passports and California DLs. She went through our applications and asked us simple questions like:

    ..What is your child's name?
    ..How old is your child? (two separate times from each of us)
    ..What is your child's DOB?
    ..What is your home address? (two separate times from each of us)
    ..What is your home phone number? (two separate times from each of us)
    ..What do you do for your employer? Describe.
    ..Does your job require you to have the educational qualification that you have? Why?
    ..What is your father's full name?
    ..What is your mothers full name?
    ..What is your DOB?
    ..When does your H1B visa expire?
    ..When did you last enter the US? (It helped us tremendously that we had a prepared note of our arrival-departure record)

    The IO then took out the original I-94s from our passports and stapled them to our files. She then observed that both of us were on H1B and had had I-140s from our respective employers. She said that the other I-140 process (which is pending btw) could not be kept alive while the beneficiary was getting their AOS as a dependent on their spouse's process. She had us write a letter requesting withdrawal of that I-140 process, which she said she will keep on hold till we got our immigrant visas.

    Some documents that she asked for copies of from us included paystubs from 3 previous months, letter of employment verification from our employers, university degrees (or diplomas as she called them), our and our kid's birth certificates and our marriage certificate. We voluntarily put our mortgage statements on the table which she did not take more than a cursory glance at.

    She did not ask us for our tax returns, joint photographs or university transcripts. However, it is always better to have these around, imho.

    We were missing some documents, so she permitted us to go out for a couple of hours to get their copies and grab some lunch. She handed us a signed form which she instructed us to show the security personnel for them to either let us in or to drop off the document copies for her. In this case, she did see us again even though we were delayed by an extra 20 minutes.

    The IO then let us know that all processing was done from our side and all that we needed to do was to wait for our priority date to become current, which is when the USCIS would allot us the immigrant visas. We could also, if we so wished, make an inquiry with the USCIS once our date became current, she said.

    She then returned us all our originals (I wish I had made a checklist of these for my ease). Courtesy a wonderful post on IV by gimme_GC2006, I remembered to ask the IO for our original I-94s. She asked us if we intended traveling before we got our green cards. I replied that we had no existing plans but that this was probably the only time we were getting to meet her. She smiled at that and gave us back our I-94s after making copies for herself. I requested a copy from her of the letter for I-140 withdrawal and she obliged.

    That was it. She wished us good luck and we thanked her. The security officer outside was once again his pleasant self and we walked out feeling elated.

    I have some useful information for folks who go to the USCIS office on 300 N Los Angeles St in LA. If you take the Los Angeles St exit from US-101, you will cross Aliso St followed by Temple St. This USCIS building is the one on your left side as you go from Aliso to Temple. There is an underground parking for LA mall bang opposite the USCIS building before you hit Temple St. After you pass Aliso, turn to your right into this parking. You can take the escalator up later and then cross Los Angeles St on foot to reach USCIS. I advise to not disregard the pedestrian lights in this area as police officers aggressively monitor and cite jaywalkers here.

    If the LA parking lot is full, continue on Los Angeles St past Temple and turn left on to First St. Keep going for about a quarter mile and you will find parking on your right. This place is $6.00 for the day. Unfortunately I forgot the cross street here but if you hit Alameda St on First St, you would have gone too far. From Google maps, it appears that that cross street is Central Ave. You will see large parking signs as you approach this decrepit unkempt street-level parking yard.

    There is another parking option which you would prefer over this however. Go from Aliso toward Temple on Los Angeles St. Turn left on Temple and you will find this $8.00 parking immediately past San Pedro St. If you find this lot full, go on down to Alameda St, turn right and then right again on First St to find the $6.00 parking lot.

    If you need help with documents, there is a post office store which even does photographs, in the LA mall across from the USCIS building. If you need internet access, your best bets are Fedex Kinko's and Office Depot on the crossing of Second St and Central Ave. Kinko's is on the NW corner and Office Depot is on the NE corner. This Office Depot has a Starbucks next to it. Parking at Office Depot is decent and free with validation. Office Depot will give you free wifi but they do not broadcast their SSID and I do not feel it ethical to disclose it here. Just go talk to them if you need it. It is slow though, like 11 Mbps. Office Depot will accept emailed docs from you to print right away and also will accept faxes for you. It is a very hospitable place for someone who gets nightmares in downtown areas.

    You can find some passable eating joints in the LA mall area across from USCIS building.

    Hope this post comes in handy for people. Good luck folks.


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  • H1B-GC
    12-20 06:47 PM
    Add $20 from me. Total Contribution till now : $150.00

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  • lipstickonuscis
    09-18 08:58 AM
    Its ridiculous this dicussion about EB2 and EB3. Our strength lies in numbers, the more we divide ourselves the less consequence we have.


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  • zoooom
    07-17 07:23 PM
    Thanks a lot to all members for being with us in this struggle. We have tasted our first big success this year. Credit goes to each and every IV member. We were all affected by the visa bulletin fiasco and this is our victory. This is a victory for all our members and we must rejoice.

    IV had worked very hard and had been pushing for this in the background. Our flower campaign, rally and other advocacy efforts all came together and helped us at a crunch time. We thank members that sent flowers and also walked in the San Jose heat for 4 hours. All that really shows our commitment to this cause.

    We are happy that our efforts are successful and IV has been able to make a difference. Please also know that during this effort, IV was extremely active and decision makers heard our voice. We cannot give out all the details but what IV members should know is that these efforts should make each one of us proud and what we can do if we have a firm resolve. We were also the first to break this news even before anyone else or media could, and continued to update our members as time passed.

    IV also thanks its contributing members and it is because of their contributions we were able to continue this effort. Many thanks to the members that are contributing now after this good news.

    Please continue your support for this organization and be an integral member of this ever growing community, so that this journey can continue and we can end retrogression and have immigrationvoice as our voice.

    Team IV

    Thanks Pappu...Kudos to you and the whole team....
    Man this Pappu name is funny :)

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  • sodh
    07-08 04:47 AM
    Please tell me the color as i would be delighted to send flowers that suit the occasion.


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  • belmontboy
    04-15 11:39 AM
    Let us say that i agree to what ever you say. In what way does everything you stated above make a STEM graduate eligible for GC without an Employer sponsership. Why does it have to be only STEM graduates which will not need employer sponsership. If giving GC based on completion of MS in us is bypassing the employee sponserhsip then that has to be extended to all EB categories of immigrants (EB1/EB2/EB3) and the benefit o those visas have to be passed to the badly retrogressed category first.

    Yes, the provision would apply across all EB classes. And if its quota exempted, then it does not matter as every eligible candidate gets his/her turn.

    It si not teh question of liek or unliking or having jealousy. It is the question of law. According to the US law employee sponsership is EB category so any new bill which has to be introduced will have to follow the EB category employee sponsership rule, othwer wise it wil not see the light of the day.

    Yes, that's what this provision is targeting. Change the law, make STEM grads cap exempt

    Personally i see no chance of this DV lottery STEM billpassing in any shape or form either now or in the future

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  • pappu
    11-27 10:27 PM
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  • jignesh5
    07-17 07:07 PM
    i know we desis.. once our work is done .. we will not turn back to IV again...

    PLEASE do not do that..


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  • BharatPremi
    11-16 11:32 AM
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  • srkamath
    07-10 03:26 PM
    A well framed lawsuit forcing the USCIS to disclose how many I-485 cases are pending (approvable or not) listed by
    EB category
    applicant's nationality
    estimated priority date

    USCIS can easily generate that report without spending much effort.

    Sure it will not get us the GCs sooner, but it will help us plan our lives much better, it will take lessen the uncertainty.

    If we can get a group of US citizens or permanent residents or employers to file this suit it will be great . I think it will work.

    It is easier to get information from someone than to get them to do something.


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  • Humhongekamyab
    08-22 02:44 PM
    hahaha that was good one...heart of gold!! for the records, I ain't no follower here!!........

    I guess there are lots of members who regularly tune into Hannity's show to listen to Obama's radical associations.

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  • syzygy
    07-08 04:59 AM
    This is one the latest articles which highlights America's racial discrimination policy as regards immigration.

    Please read and digg. MIGRATION_in_USA

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  • irock
    08-25 03:10 PM
    Aug-07 bulletin :

    After consulting with Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Visa Office advises readers that Visa Bulletin #107 (dated June 12) should be relied upon as the current July Visa Bulletin for purposes of determining Employment visa number availability, and that Visa Bulletin #108 (dated July 2) is hereby withdrawn.

    Actual July bulletin:

    Does anyone have this USCIS link?

    07-06 03:54 PM
    Hi All,

    There is nothing wrong in sending the flowers. People will have to make sure that their message is well written.

    Please note that it is not USCIS who decides the priority dates. It is DOS who decides the VB. USCIS just follow that VB says.

    12-20 12:33 PM contribution is humble.
    Thank you for adding your might to the cause.

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