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  • mbartosik
    11-04 12:09 PM
    It sounds like the UK is planning on increasing the points required for residence. I see nothing wrong with regulating the points required for residence based on needs of the country. Here it is done my H1B quota, but they forgot to change the EB GC quota too, and that's much of our aim here. In the UK it is done by points. Of course increasing the points will mean that average wage by those of non-British origin will go up. I'm quite sure that we on H1B have above average wage in US too.

    In the UK things are further complicated because of migration within the EU to the UK both legal and illegal.

    Anyway, this is interesting, but what's happening in the UK is of academic interest only. As far as I'm aware there is not a 12 year wait in the UK for an "indefinite leave to stay" stamp in passport (equiv of GC), and there is not a country quota.

    If we don't work with IV, then Lou Dobbs will be saying that "immigrants are being paid more", and then in the next breath, "immigrants are under cutting US citizens". Hang on, I think that I've heard him say both of these things already!

    That's why we need to act now, before we are kicked out for both earning more and under cutting!

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  • Templarian
    11-11 12:48 PM
    Where are the winners posted? It's already 11th !
    Remember the time zones. The contested only ended 7 hours ago (think I did that math right).

    Plus voting just started for the Judges. They will submit their votes for the top entries (usually top 10) and then the community will vote in the poll shortly after.

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  • rb_248
    02-08 07:11 AM
    I am travelling Delta JFK - Bombay direct flight next week. No worries about transit. Actually I am more worried about delays and missing connecting flight in Europe.
    I think Continental flies direct to New Delhi from U.S. (not sure from Chicago or New York).


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  • Phaedra
    05-30 11:28 PM
    Thanks a lot, Raysaikat.
    I appreciate the response.Here are a few of my immidiate thoughts....

    1)I have been unemployed for a little over 180 days now.The key question is what is the penalty for remaining in the country for doing so?
    This is the year when most people actually did NOT get jobs...I am guessing there are a lot of people in my position.

    2)How does USCIS actually track who is employed and who is not?

    3)If I were to catch the next flight back home (India), will I face problems while leaving the US/or entering India?

    4)Can I get a letter from a firm/company stating that I was doing an unpaid internship with them?(which will be counted towards the employment period)Are there any repurcursions for the company?

    Any thoughts/opinions wouldbe most appreciated.

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  • nraja
    03-09 04:26 PM
    My 2 cents.

    If you employer accepts or lawyer accepts the porting the date then your friend can apply the EB2 priority date to EB3 date.

    Means he/she can get EB2 with 2002. As per my knowledge it is possible. But please dont ask me the document. Check with google or some website for document.



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  • abhijitp
    07-09 12:44 AM
    Chindambaram's statement on HSMP rule change. Article has mention of H1B too.
    This is why I think it is not such a bad idea. Yeah, there may be other reasons why IV core does not think this is a good idea.

    30 January 2007

    There are close cultural and economic ties between the The United Kingdom and India. However, the two Countries are at odds over immigration. The Indian Finance Minister, Palaniappan Chidambaram, has warned that Britain would be the "loser" if immigration laws are not relaxed to make it easier for Indians to work in the UK.

    Since 5 December 2006 it has become more difficult for many overseas workers to obtain the coveted HSMP visa in the UK. This is a sore point between the two nations at a time when both are looking at forging closer economic ties. However, it should be noted that there is no quota on the number of skilled professionals allowed into the UK under the HSMP or work permit scheme.

    Recent comments during a trip to India from Gordon Brown, UK's Chancellor of the Exchequer, about raising caps on foreign investment, were considered a bit absurd by some business commentators because his government had just made sweeping changes to the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP), affecting several thousand Indians. Indians are the largest national group affected by the changes.

    "Many knowledge workers could go abroad for three months, six months or a year and add to our exports, but they are constrained by a very restrictive visa regime and local tax laws," said Mr. Chidambaram.

    "If a qualified professional from India is denied entry and that place is taken by a less qualified person from, say, Eastern Europe, surely the UK is the loser?"

    Mr. Chidambaram's comment seems directed at various European Union policies to favor professionals from within the EU. One of the main aims of the EU is to make it possible for an EU citizen to work freely in any EU Country. Most EU Citizens have been able to benefit from the free movement provisions for many years.

    A very similar line of reasoning is regularly put forth regarding the H-1B visa in the United States. Both the U.S. and the UK, along with all the most advanced western nations such as Canada, Australia and New Zealand, are aggressively competing for the most educated and skilled migrant workers from around the globe, regardless of country of origin. However, compared to employers in the other Countries, it is quite difficult for US employers to obtain a visa to employ skilled professionals in the US.

    Mr. Chidambaram, 61, was educated at Harvard Business School and represents himself as a strong supporter of free trade.

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  • tapukakababa
    03-10 01:50 PM
    Person "A" on H1B with 4 yrs of experience, Green Card filed, EAD received (both husband and wife), I-140 pending, Wife Dependant (has her own H1B), Wife opens a training institute.

    1. Can "A" work for his wife and also get paid in check?
    2. Can "A" have a second job in his wife's company and retain his original job?
    3. Can "A" have a different occupation anywhere else on EAD not related to his original job role? and then can "A" get paid in check?
    4. Can "A" work for his wife's company and instead wife gets the check or paid? Is that legal?
    5. Can "A"'s wife open a company on EAD and also keep working on her H1B?
    6. Can "A" and his wife after EAD work for 2 different jobs if the job description/roles are different?
    7. Can "A" work as volunteer in his wife's company?
    8. Can a software analyst working with a software company work as a trainer in a training institute on EAD with I-140 either pending or approved?


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  • joeshmoe
    09-04 12:37 PM

    I remember you because you created the "June 1st filers - receipt " thread.

    I hope many approvals come soon.

    I would appreciate detailed signature will help us.

    See my signature, hope it helps. I got an LUD on my 485 on August 30th but I had no idea why, I guess it might have been the NameCheck and then this email this morning .... unf.. believable!

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  • desi3933
    02-11 07:59 PM
    I checked with attorney and they mentioned that I can continue on my L1 if I am with L1 employer OR if I am with H1 employer then I can be only on H1 status...

    Did you tell your attorney that you have got new I-94 with H1-B written on it. I-94 indicates new status. There are no 2 ways about it.
    Not a legal advice.


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  • pellucid
    04-05 03:31 PM
    America embraces foreign-born ballplayers, but not engineers, much to the
    dismay of big business, says Fortune's Marc Gunther.

    By Marc Gunther, Fortune senior writer

    NEW YORK (Fortune) -- Imagine if the baseball season had begun this week
    without such foreign-born stars as Albert Pujols, David Ortiz, Justin
    Morneau and the latest Japanese import, pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka and his
    mysterious "gyroball."

    It wouldn't be as much fun, would it? Fans want to see the most skilled
    players compete - immigrants and Americans.

    So why is it that people don't want skilled immigrants to compete for jobs
    in the multibillion-dollar technology industry?

    They view these immigrants as a threat. CNN anchor Lou Dobbs argues
    permitting more educated, foreign-born engineers, scientists and teachers
    into the country would force many qualified American workers out of the job

    That may be true in baseball, where the number of jobs on big league rosters
    is fixed. That's not necessarily so in technology, where people with skills
    and ambition help expand job opportunities. Immigrants helped start Sun
    Microsystems, Intel (Charts), Yahoo! (Charts), eBay (Charts) and Google (
    Charts). Would America be better off if they'd stayed home?

    "This is not about filling jobs that would go to Americans," says Robert
    Hoffman, an Oracle (Charts) vice president and co-chair of a business
    coalition called Compete America, which favors allowing more skilled workers
    into the United States. "This is important to create jobs. It's not a zero
    sum game."

    This week, as it happens, is not just opening week of the baseball season.
    It's the week when employers rush to apply for the limited number of visas,
    called H-1B visas, that became available on April 1 to allow them to
    temporarily hire educated, foreign-born workers. This year, Congress has
    allowed 65,000 of these H-1B visas, plus another 20,000 for foreign-born
    students who earn advanced degrees from U.S. universities. After obtaining
    guest-worker visas, employees can then seek green cards that allow them to
    stay in the United States

    FedEx and UPS did a brisk business last weekend because the visas are
    awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The first 65,000 are already
    gone. The 20,000 earmarked for graduates of U.S. universities will be
    distributed in a month or two, experts say.

    This makes it very hard for companies to hire foreign-born graduates of the
    U.S.'s top schools. More than half the graduate students in science and
    engineering at U.S. universities were born overseas.

    "It's sending a signal to the best international students that they may not
    want to make their career in the United States," says Stuart Anderson,
    executive director of the National Foundation for American Policy, a
    research group. (Anderson, an immigration specialist, also wrote a study of
    baseball and immigration that's available here as a PDF file.)

    Expanding H1-B visas is a top priority for U.S. tech firms. Bill Gates,
    Microsoft's (Charts) chairman, told Congress last month: "I cannot overstate
    the importance of overhauling our high-skilled immigration system....
    Unfortunately, our immigration policies are driving away the world's best
    and brightest precisely when we need them most."

    CNN's Lou Dobbs was unimpressed. "The Gates plan would force many qualified
    American workers right out of the job market," he fretted on the air after
    Gates testified. "There's something wrong when a man as smart as Bill Gates
    advances an elitist agenda, without regard to the impact that he's having on
    working men and women in this country."

    It's not just Dobbs. Internet bulletin boards and blogs are filled with
    complaints about foreign-born engineers. The U.S. branch of the Institute of
    Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the leading society of engineers,
    brought about 60 engineers to Washington last month to ask for reforms to
    the H-1B program. IEEE-USA supports a bill proposed by Senators Dick Durbin,
    an Illinois Democrat, and Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, that is
    designed to crack down on companies that use the guest worker program to
    displace Americans from jobs.

    As it happens, most of the largest users of the H1-B program are not
    American companies but foreign firms that want to move jobs out of the
    United States. Seven of the 10 firms that requested the most H1-B visas in
    2006 were outsourcing firms based in India, which use the visas to train
    workers in the United States before they are rotated home, according to Ron
    Hira, an engineer who teaches public policy at the Rochester Institute of
    Technology. Indian outsourcing firms Wipro and Infosys were the two top
    requestors of H1-B visas.

    In a paper for the Economic Policy Institute, Hira says that expanding H-1B
    visas without improving controls will "lead to more offshore outsourcing of
    jobs, displacement of American technology workers (and) decreased wages and
    job opportunities" for Americans. He told me: "Bill Gates talks about how
    you are shutting out $100,000-a-year software engineers. But if you look at
    the median wage for new H1-B workers, it's closer to $50,000."

    Asked about that, Jack Krumholtz, who runs Microsoft's Washington office,
    said the average salary for Microsoft's H1-B workers is more than $109,000,
    and that the company spends another $10,000 to $15,000 per worker applying
    for the visas and helping workers apply for green cards. "We only hire
    people who we want to have on our team for the long run," he said.

    It seems clear that Microsoft - along with Oracle, Intel, Hewlett Packard
    and other members of the Compete America coalition - do not use the guest
    worker program to hire cheap labor. They just want to hire the best
    engineers, many of whom are foreign born.

    So what to do? Everyone seems to agree that the H1-B program needs fixing. (
    Even Hira, the critic, says the United States should absorb more high-
    skilled immigrants.) Whether Congress can fix it is questionable. The guest-
    worker program is tied up in the debate over broader immigration reforms.

    But guess what? Just last year, Congress passed the Compete Act of 2006,
    which stands (sort of) for "Creating Opportunities for Minor League
    Professions, Entertainers and Teams through Legal Entry." Yes, that law made
    it easier for baseball teams to get visas for foreign-born minor league

    If the government can fix the problem for baseball, surely it can do so for
    technology, too.

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  • jasmin45
    05-14 08:40 PM
    Here are the details.. you can determine if you fit in.

    EB2 Eligibility :-

    The EB-2 classification includes: aliens who are "members of the professions holding advanced degrees or their equivalent" and aliens "who because of their exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business will substantially benefit the national economy, cultural, or educational interests or welfare of the United States."

    A petition for a foreign professional holding an advanced degree may be filed when the job requires an advanced degree (beyond the baccalaureate) and the alien possesses such a degree or the equivalent. The petition must include documentation, such as an official academic record showing that the alien has a U.S. advanced degree or a foreign equivalent degree, or an official academic record showing that the alien has a U.S. baccalaureate degree or a foreign equivalent degree and letters from current or former employers showing that the alien has at least 5 years of progressive post-baccalaureate experience in the specialty.

    Qualified alien physicians who will be practicing medicine in an area of the United States certified by the Department of Health and Human Services as underserved may also qualify for this classification. Read more about this program.

    In order to be classified as having exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business, the individual must provide documentation of three of the following:

    An official academic record showing the alien has a degree, diploma, certificate or similar award from a college, university, school or other institution of learning relating to the area of exceptional ability;

    Letters documenting at least ten years of full-time experience in the occupation being sought;

    A license to practice the profession or certification for a particular profession or occupation;

    Evidence that the alien has commanded a salary or other remuneration for services which demonstrates exceptional ability;

    Membership in professional associations;

    Recognition for achievements and significant contributions to the industry or field by peers, government entities, professional or business organizations.
    If the above standards do not apply to the petitioner's occupation, other comparable evidence of eligibility is also acceptable.

    Application Procedures
    USCIS Form I-140 Petition for Alien Worker is required. Your employer must file a USCIS Form I-140 (Petition for Alien Worker) at the USCIS Regional Service Center that serves the area where you will work.

    EB-2 petitions must generally be accompanied by an approved, individual labor certification from the Department of Labor on Form ETA-750. Please see the Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration for more information.

    If you are a worker with exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business, you may apply to waive the requirement that you have a job offer if such a waiver would be in the national interest. To apply for a national interest waiver, you must submit Department of Labor Form ETA-750B. Please see the Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration for more information.

    Forms are available by calling 1-800-870-3676, or by submitting a request through our forms by mail system. For further information on filing fees, please see USCIS filing fees, fee waiver request procedures, and the USCIS fee waiver policy memo. Please click here for more information on USCIS offices. D&vgnextchannel=91919c7755cb9010VgnVCM10000045f3d6a1 RCRD


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  • Robert Kumar
    01-02 11:25 AM

    Here is a question.
    Can somebody join an MBA program full time at one's own expense, while on H1B and with 485 pending.
    I can see more scope in my company if I have an MBA. Also company is not doing very well.
    So, can I join a school till I get my MBA.
    How does this reflect on my H1B and pending GC, if company is not paying my salary. I plan to take leave and come back again after the program, but be on payroll.

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  • raju_abc
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    I had applied for H1 for 2008 from two different employers.Both got approved.Now my concern is ,
    1)would there be any problem during the Visa stamping?
    2)What should i do to other visa ,which i will be not using?
    3)How should i approach the employer whose employment i will be not accepting?
    4)I have signed one offer letter from the employer but other employer had not provided me with the offer whom should i join?


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  • canmt
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  • vinabath
    04-22 03:40 PM
    As per my understanding, due to the July 2, 2007 fiasco, Visa dates were unavailable for ALL chargeability areas between July 2nd - July 17th 2007 (i.e until USCIS temporarily made relaxation after protests from IV et al. )

    So how can the processing date be July 11th !!

    It implies that they are processing a case that was filed/receipted on July 11th !! Whereas as per the Visa bulletin they should not be processing any case that was filed when PDs were not current during that brief time slot (2nd - 17th of july).

    If indeed people did continue to file their papers even after July 2nd (and some did), then may be they are processing those (relatively) few applications. But would they allow such applications. I guess they are...they are atleast processing them :) , whether or not they will honor such filings I dont know....

    That means they do not have any applications that were not processed before July 11th based on current visa bulletin Priority dates.


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    Nice idea, but they should allocate new visas for home purchasers.

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  • cal97
    08-17 02:37 PM
    If you had both your I-140's approved not sure why your attorney refused to go in for a I-140 substitution. Thats very weird. Should have been done in the first place. Why would someone not want to use an earlier PD :mad:?? Beyond me. If you hired the lawyer, give him your peace of mind. If he/she is a corporate attorney make sure to talk to your Manager/HR to get things fixed up.

    You should be able to substitute it now as far as I know. Consult a good lawyer.

    My I485 was filled with EB3/PD Sep 2002. That time I had EB2/PD-Sep-2004 approved too but my layers said that we should file with �EB3/PD Sep 2002� and when I asked them to combine my EB2 with �EB3/ PD Sep 2002� they said USCIS will reject it.,
    Now as EB3 is unavailable, is it possible to use my EB2 approved I-140 with already filled I-485 ( which was filled with EB3/PD-Sep-2002) so that I can retain my EB3/PD-sep 2003 but change the preference category to EB2.

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    Ann Ruben
    07-06 06:04 PM
    Hi Raj,
    "as long as the new company can provide me a future job offer, when the PD is current the GC can be approved."

    Well, not exactly. The above statement is true only as long as you do not abandon your AOS application. To make sure that USCIS does not find that you have abandoned your AOS application you should maintain the validity of your Advance Parole if at all possible. Alternatively, if you maintain a current H-1 visa for the new employer, there is a reasonable argument (but not a guarantee) that, despite your absence abroad, you have not abandoned your AOS application. Finally, if after working overseas for the new company for at least one year, the company successfully files an EB-1 I-140 petition for you, you (and your family) can immigrate via Consular Processing in the EB-1 preference category using your old EB-3 priority date if necessary.

    Should I transfer my H1B with the new company, or it's not required? My job offer will be from the Indian company, and not the US company.

    If you maintain your Advance Parole validity, an H-1 transfer to the new company would not be necessary.

    "In case of business travel, until the PD is current, if I don't have AP renewed which visa should I travel on? As I won't be paid directly from the US counterpart of the company, I am not sure if I can travel using H1 for short time.
    Could traveling on B1 visa consider it as abandonment of GC process?"

    You raise an important point. Travelling on a B-1 visa would certainly be considered an abandonment of your AOS application. Similarly, if you are found not to be "employed" by a US company because you are not on the US payroll, you would not be entitled to enter in H-1 status.


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