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  • gc_chahiye
    08-26 11:19 PM
    I assume your pd is Aug 04 with EB2. How come applied for 485 on january. Dates were not current for aug 04 PD.

    Please let me know.

    not everyone is from India.

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  • munnu77
    08-04 12:32 PM
    It was an audited PERM?

    it was unaudited..

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  • luckylavs
    07-16 12:48 PM
    hk196712 ,

    Please dont mind , when you ask / post a question please provide a brief describtion about ur situation which will enable all the readers and gurus to provide you an accurate answers. Say for example : PD, date filed and other details that you can see on many of signatures. Insdead of asking 10 questions to you , you might get the answer straight away...
    Not just you , but many of the users who are new to this form , please first explain your situation with details and then ask the actual question.


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  • raysaikat
    06-04 12:33 PM
    The online AR11 form is giving 2 options . which one should we choose?

    Only the first option (for US citizen) is giving options for pending cases!!!!

    * Yes, this change of address is for a US Citizen
    * No, this change of address is not for a US Citizen


    Unless you *are* a US citizen, you must choose the second option.


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  • dexter
    12-16 02:45 PM
    Hi Charles,

    Thank you for taking the time to reply. Do you think that the appeal has any chance to succeed?

    The current perm was applied for senior developer. While the appeal is pending, can my company apply for a new perm for a different position like enterprise architect?


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  • Raju
    09-21 04:48 PM
    Thanks! guys.....All in the same boat then....Screwed.....
    Welcome Harish. We are in the same boat. The only way out of this mess is to influence some legislation and that needs lot of Money and Members. Help yourself by making more people signup and contributing money for the cause.


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  • gc_peshwa
    12-09 10:54 AM
    Thanks IV for the update!
    Good news guys...This is getting exciting now. Pleasantly surprised with 59 yes votes. Thats a good number. President Obama may have pulled off a miracle by extracting the GOP YES to DREAM by supporting their agenda of tax cuts for wealthiest Americans. Its politics afterall!

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  • cooldude0807
    12-13 11:13 AM
    This thread does not need to be on top!!. Let the funding drive be on top!!!


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  • pappu
    02-02 02:54 PM
    House Immigration Subcommittee Holds Hearing on Naturalization

    On January 17, the House Immigration Subcommittee held its first oversight hearing of the year, and the subject was the naturalization processing backlogs. Due to a confluence of factors, including a very significant fee increase that went into effect on July 30, 2007, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) received approximately double the number of naturalization applications in its Fiscal Year 2007 than it had during the previous year. USCIS is saying that, as of now, anyone who applied for naturalization after June 1, 2007, can expect to wait 16 to 18 months to have their application processed.

    Remarks by Subcommittee Members

    In her opening comment, Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), Chair of the Subcommittee, noted that one year ago, the Subcommittee had a hearing on the proposed fee increase, and was told by USCIS that it need the fee increase to increase efficiency. At the time, the processing time for citizenship applications was six months.

    Representative Steve King (R-IA), the ranking Republican on the Subcommittee, played the role of immigration historian. In his opening statement (and in his questioning), he focused almost exclusively on the INS� Citizenship USA program of ten years ago�back in the day before computers were standard issue in the immigration agency. In that effort to deal with a naturalization backlog, some applicants were granted citizenship before criminal background checks were completed, and some who received citizenship were found later not to be eligible. (Since then, however, much more stringent processes have been put in place to screen applications for naturalization. And the agency now does have computers.)

    USCIS Director Emilio Gonzalez

    Emilio Gonzalez, Director of USCIS, gave some background on the development of the backlog and summarized what USCIS was doing about it. During June, July, and August of last year, USCIS received three million immigration benefit applications of all kinds. Their first priority was issuing receipts for those applications. Next, they processed and sent work authorizations, which they are required to do within 90 days.

    In the meantime, a large number of naturalization applications piled up. To deal with the extra workload, USCIS is hiring 1,500 new employees (in addition to the extra staff they planned to hire after the new fees went into effect). The agency is also re-hiring former (retired) employees. While waiting for the additional staff to be trained and deployed, the agency will be asking current staff to work overtime, using budgeted overtime early in the Fiscal Year.

    Other steps are also being taken. Still, Mr. Gonzalez noted (in his written testimony) that it will take until the third quarter of Fiscal Year 2010 before the agency is back to a six-month processing time.

    During the question and answer session, there was a fair amount of discussion about a portion of the backlog that preceded the surge in applications and was caused by a delay in the background checks conducted by the FBI. Some individuals have been in limbo for well over a year waiting for clearance from the FBI, and Mr. Gonzalez noted that last year more than 5,000 lawsuits were filed against the agency�80% on the FBI name check delays. The FBI, he said, has a paper-based system that is only beginning to be addressed. For now, it takes people to handle the files. The FBI has brought on some additional contract personnel and full-time employees to work on this problem.

    Rep. Lofgren said that she would ask the FBI to come before the Subcommittee to explain its perspective on the name check delays. [Subsequently, we were told that the full Judiciary Committee will have a hearing with the FBI on a range of issues, including the name check issue.]

    Non-Government Witnesses

    Also testifying at the hearing were Arturo Vargas, Director of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials and Fred Tsao, Policy Director for the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. Mr. Vargas said that his organization kept USCIS apprised of its efforts to get immigrants to become citizens and the agency should have taken that information, plus experience with past fee increases, into account to take steps to be better prepared for the surge in applications. NALEO is recommending that the agency focus sufficiently on reducing the backlog so that all immigrants who applied for naturalization in Fiscal Year 2007 (which ended September 30, 2007) are sworn in as citizens by July 4, 2008. Otherwise, many immigrants who applied for citizenship last summer will not be able to vote in the elections this November.

    Mr. Tsao echoed the point about USCIS having ample information that a surge in applications was coming. He recommended that USCIS (and the FBI) report regularly to the Subcommittee regarding progress being made on reducing the backlog.

    In concluding the hearing, Rep. Lofgren suggested that she might also conduct a hearing on the agency�s information technology.

    Additional Information

    In a subsequent meeting with community-based organizations, Michael Aytes, Associate Director for Domestic Operations of USCIS, gave some additional specifics on the status of the naturalization backlogs. He noted that the total number of new employees being hired will be approximately 3,000�between the additional staff they are hiring to deal with the backlog and the extra staff being paid for by the fee increases. Regarding the FBI name check issue, he noted that, during the House hearing, every member of the Subcommittee�Republican and Democrat�inquired about the name check issue, and that this issue is now being dealt with at high levels both in the Justice Department (in which the FBI is located) and in DHS. He indicated that decisions have been made on the hiring of many of the new adjudicators that are being brought on board, but training and placement are still weeks away, at least.

    He also said that the agency is starting Saturday and evening interviews, and applicants should be encouraged to make every effort to show up for their interviews.

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  • sweet_jungle
    10-23 01:02 PM
    so brooklyn then?

    it is in west coast, my dear. I am surprised that nobody wants to answer the question.
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  • lazycis
    01-12 07:53 AM
    I personally think 1 yr+ wait should work. But definitely take the letters-to-congressmen route first.

    BTW I am basing my answer on some of the case studies I have read in (sorry I didn't save any links)

    AILF mandamus litigation page has one successful case where wait was less than 2 years (Li Duan v. Zamberry, No. 06-1351, 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 12697 (W.D. Pa. 2007) - 16 months).

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  • Becks
    11-29 02:30 PM
    I did not get any email when my AP status was changed to "document mailed". My company sent AP to me so I never got email about the status change.


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    10-29 01:10 PM

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  • TomPlate
    07-11 01:59 PM
    sundevil you pig
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  • snowcatcher
    01-28 08:57 AM
    Hi Viva, Great positive attitude. Just dont give up. And dont ask me why the delay so far? Here goes my contribution after the challenge from you and a nudge from my friend Bhaskar_s. I pledge $27 every month. I am going to use the bill pay from my account and send in the funds. Thank you and again don't give up.


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  • karthiknv143
    02-06 04:03 PM
    Yes, you have to change your H4 also. Submit a new petition.

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  • legalrights
    08-19 12:27 AM
    1) If one files I-140, I-485 and I-765 concurrently with Labor substitution, can he get EAD before the approval of I-140?
    ******Yes. Mine is a Labor substitution case and I got my EAD within Two months

    2) what's the earliest time one can change job and still not loose getting GC while it is in process? Is it after getting EAD or does he has to wait for I-14 to get approved or have I-140 to be pening for more than 6 months?

    *******It is not very clear even in the AC21 law. But the safest thing is wait for I-140 approval and 180 days after I-1485 Notice date. Suppose your I-140 is not approved on or before 180 days, then wait. If it is getting approved on 190th day, you can use AC21 on 191th day, from your I-485 Notice date. (180 days from the Receipt date will be fine. But just for extra precaution, use AC21 rule after 180 days from Notice date, which comes later)

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  • sgorla
    04-13 05:45 PM
    You are right.

    Correct me if I am wrong...but I believe a bill has to pass in both Senate and Congress and signed by President to be enacted into law. Currently the H1/EB bills are only presented in Senate. Any comments?

    02-16 10:48 AM
    Time for paid membership on this least $5 a month..else, we will these kind of non-sense discussion threads...waste of time and resources (Including this message)

    These time- pass threads are better than EB2 Vs EB3 threads.

    03-15 10:08 AM
    Your employer should contact VSC immediately using the contact channels set up for premium processing cases (I believe they have dedicated email addresses and telephone numbers for premium processing).

    Hi Thank you all,

    Today (03/15/2010) my employer got Receipt No mail from VSC. It says that VSC Received date is 03/12/2010 and the count of 15 days will start from 03/12/2010.But FedEx Delivery date is 03/04/2010.
    Does they process premium processing like this?

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