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  • quizzer
    08-18 01:49 PM
    Need help ....

    Today I receive an email from USCIS about my PERM EB2 I-140 PP application that they have have made a decision on my case. Here what it says

    "On August 17, 2007, we mailed you a decision on your I140, IMMIGRANT PETITION FOR ALIEN WORKER. Please follow the instructions on the notice. If you move before you receive the notice, please contact customer service."

    What does it mean? They approved my case or denied it? Any idea from gurus here. Please respond.

    whats your receipt date and service/center (NSC/TCS)?

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  • mkolp
    07-07 11:51 AM
    Good idea

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  • iptel
    01-30 02:48 PM
    Just a suggestion I think if we involve US India Polical Action Committee(USINPAC) may be our effort to reach the law maker will be easier.

    Members of the U.S. Senate India Caucus are as follows -

    Senator Cornyn (R - TX) � Republican Co-Chair
    Senator Clinton (D - NY) � Democratic Co-Chair
    Senator Hutchison (R - TX)
    Senator Lott (R - MS)
    Senator Lautenberg (D - NJ)
    Senator Santorum (R - PA)
    Senator Lieberman (D - CT)
    Senator Specter (R - PA)
    Senator Daschle (D - SD)
    Senator Stabenow (D - MI)
    Senator Bingaman (D - NM)
    Senator Cochran (R - MS)
    Senator Frist (R - TN)
    Senator Corzine (D - NJ)
    Senator L. Graham (R - SC)
    Senator Schumer (D - NY)
    Senator Wyden (D - OR)
    Senator Coleman (R - MN)
    Senator Chambliss (R - GA)
    Senator Bayh (D - IN)
    Senator Durbin (D - IL)
    Senator Breaux (D - LA)
    Senator Crapo (R - ID)
    Senator Levin (D - MI)
    Senator Fitzgerald (R - IL)
    Senator Grassley (R - IA)
    Senator Bennett (R - UT)
    Senator Boxer (D - CA)
    Senator Nickles (R - OK)
    Senator Stevens (R - AK)
    Senator Mikulski (D - MD)
    Senator Rockefeller (D - WV)
    Senator Landrieu (D - LA)
    Senator Hatch (R - UT)
    Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA)

    Members of Congressional India Caucus

    108th Congress elected in November 2002
    List updated as of June 18, 2004

    112 Democrats, 74 Republicans, Total 186

    Congressman Crowley (D-NY) - Democratic Co-Chair
    Congressman Wilson, Joe (R-SC) - Republican Co-Chairman
    Congressman Abercrombie (D- HI)
    Congressman Ackerman (D-NY)
    Congressman Andrews (D-NJ)
    Congressman Baca (D- CA )
    Congressman Baird (D- WA)
    Congressman Barrett, J. Gresham (R-SC )
    Congressman Beauprez (R-CO)
    Congressman Becerra (D-CA)
    Congressman Bell (D-TX)
    Congresswoman Berkley (D-NV)
    Congressman Berman (D-CA)
    Congresswoman Biggert (R-IL)
    Congressman Bilirakis (R-FL)
    Congressman Bishop, Rob (R-UT)
    Congressman Blumenauer ( D-OR)
    Congressman Boucher (D-VA)
    Congressman Brady, Kevin (R-TX)
    Congresswoman Brown, Corrine (D-FL)
    Congresswoman Brown, Henry (R-SC)
    Congressman Brown, Sherrod (D-OH)
    Congresswoman Brown-Waite, Ginny (R-FL)
    Congressman Burgess (R-TX)
    Congressman Burns (R-GA)
    Congressman Calvert (R-CA)
    Congressman Cannon (R-UT)
    Congressman Cantor (R-VA)
    Congresswoman Capps (D-CA)
    Congressman Capuano (D-MA)
    Congressman Cardoza (D-CA)
    Congressman Carson, Brad (D-OK)
    Congressman Chabot (R-OH)
    Congressman Chandler (D- KY )
    Congressman Cooper (D-TN)
    Congressman Cox (R-CA)
    Congresswoman Cubin (R-WY)
    Congressman Davis, Danny (D-IL)
    Congressman Davis, Jim (D-FL)
    Congressman DeFazio (D-OR)
    Congressman Delahunt (D-MA)
    Congressman Deutsch (D-FL)
    Congressman DeMint (R-SC)
    Congressman Dicks (D-WA)
    Congressman Doggett (D-TX)
    Congressman Doyle (D-PA)
    Congressman Duncan (D-TN)
    Congresswoman Dunn (R-WA)
    Congressman Ehlers (R- MI)
    Congressman Engel (D-NY)
    Congressman English (R- PA )
    Congresswoman Eshoo (D-CA)
    Congressman Evans (D-IL)
    Congressman Faleomavaega (D-AS)
    Congressman Feeney (R-FL)
    Congressman Ferguson (R-NJ)
    Congressman Filner (D-CA)
    Congressman Foley (R-FL)
    Congressman Forbes (R-VA)
    Congressman Ford (D-TN)
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    Congressman Inslee (D-WA)
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    Congresswoman Jackson-Lee (D-TX)
    Congresswoman Johnson, Eddie Bernice (D-TX)
    Congressman Jones (R-NC)
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    Congressman Kucinich (D-OH)
    Congressman LaHood (R-IL)
    Congressman Lampson (D-TX)
    Congressman Lantos (D-CA)
    Congressman Larsen (D-WA)
    Congressman LaTourette (R-OH)
    Congresswoman Lee, Barbara (D-CA)
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    Congressman Lewis, Jerry (R-CA)
    Congressman Lewis, John (D-GA)
    Congressman Linder (R-GA)
    Congressman Lobiondo (R-NJ)
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    Congresswoman McCarthy, Carolyn (D-NY)
    Congresswoman McCarthy, Karen (D-MO)
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    Congressman McIntyre (D-NC)
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  • innervoice
    01-10 05:57 PM
    My son I-485 application got rejected in Sept 07 and the I resubmitted the application in Oct 07 with correct fees, Check got cleared in Dec 07 and received FP notice with appointment due date in Jan 08, but haven't got my I-485 receipt yet, I talked to customer service and she said it showing the application is rejected on Sep 07, and she will made further inquiry and let me know through email. This thing really scared me, Can someone please shed on light on this.


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  • gc@waiting
    07-21 06:27 AM
    Does anyone have any experience with the name variations (the same old LNU/FNU stuff) leading to I485 rejection? I have the following names used in various combinations on multiple visa stampings (B, L1, H1B, H1B,H1B....).

    FNU FirstName
    FirstName LNU
    FirstName LastName(as in birth certificate)
    LNU FirstName

    My Birth certificate has the complete "firstname lastname", while the degree certificate/credentials only have the first name, the most recent I94 & 797 have the name similar to the birth certicate (SSN has FirstName LNU). I485 applied under the birth certificate name with an AFFIDAVIT as advised by my attorney explaining the confusion about the name.

    A greatly appreciate anyone shedding some light on this, thanks in advance.

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  • senthil1
    09-12 11:29 AM
    There is no doubt Obama admin is trying selective protectionist measures not only in immigration but also in trade.

    The Rubber Meets The Road - (

    Will it good for world? No. Will it good for America? Yes for short term. But long term it is bad for USA according to economists. But generally USA reverses the protectionist measures when economy rebounds and there is huge demand for US labor. So USA is not losing that much. Is it a fair or correct? If you compare with other countries may be it is correct. China is manipulating its currency for their convenience. That is a huge protectionist measure. When it comes to welfare of the country every country does unfair things. USA is not exception but still much better than most countries in the world.

    AILA Leadership Has Just Posted the Following:

    Today's guest blogger is William Stock (, member of AILA's Board of Governors and partner in the law firm Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer

    Employers who rely on foreign nationals to provide needed expertise in their workforce - from technical programmers to biochemists to wind turbine engineers - should take notice of three troubling trends which are becoming clearer as the discussion about employment-based immigration reform gets drowned out by the ongoing debate about comprehensive immigration reform.

    The first trend is captured in this blog post ( by Vivek Wadhwa, a professor at Duke University who has studied high-tech entrepreneurship extensively. Current backlogs in the employment-based immigration categories trap foreign workers in the original job for which they were sponsored, meaning their companies cannot promote them to positions where their experience and skills can best be used. Nor can the workers take the initiative to start their own companies - while a small company may be able to sponsor one of its owners as an H-1B, a green card is much less likely in that situation. Wadhwa points out that eliminating the green card backlog (a major part of which consists of cases trapped by bureaucratic delays that should have been approved in past years� quotas, which do not carry over from year to year) would free an enormous amount of human capital to innovate and create the next generation of companies that will drive economic growth in the US.

    More troubling, a combination of the green card quotas (which tie foreign nationals to one specific job) and rules for terminated H-1B workers (described in detail here ( are driving away the most talented foreign graduates of our universities. Recent surveys and profiles of foreign nationals in the US - particularly Indian engineers in Silicon Valley ( - have highlighted an increase in the number of H-1B who are opting to return home, either from necessity or because the Indian economy now offers them opportunities to start or manage companies that the U.S. can�t match because of their visa situation. While opponents of high-tech immigration love to argue that H-1B visas allow tech workers to come to the US and learn skills that they can use back home, the fact is that most tech workers would prefer to use those skills in the US - and that immigrants are a key part of the Silicon Valley start-up community (given how many start-ups have at least one immigrant founder).

    The most troubling trend, however, will not be immediate in its impact. For the first time in five years, US graduate programs reported a drop ( in the number of international applications to their programs and the number of accepted applicants who chose to come to their programs. These students are the best and brightest from their countries, and when they choose to go to other countries rather than the US, we lose out not only on the tuition dollars they would have spent (at rates higher than out-of-state students pay), but also on their talents for companies in the US.

    While these trends are troubling, they are not irreversible. What it will take, however, is a rational reform of our employment-based immigration system to recognize the contributions these immigrants make, and the national interest in providing a welcome mat to them.

    More... (


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  • windingroad
    04-07 06:40 PM
    What if VISA is not given .. can you come back?

    Not if your previous visa stamp on passport has expired.

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  • RamsbutnotSTL
    03-17 10:33 AM
    Even I have received the RFEs as well on pending I-485 cases for me and my wife. My PD is Mar 2005. I am also wondering about the RFEs. I'll share mine as soon as I get those.


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  • singhsa3
    06-02 03:54 PM
    What is the basis for the answers? Please provide some reference.

    I thought that answer to
    Q1: Yes they need to re do I-140
    Q2 : Regular timeframe

    Happy Scenario

    1) Once my EB2 labor gets approved, Do they have to file new I 140 again (OR) can they use the approved I 140 (EB3) to port my PD to EB2 application - No need to File for 140

    3) If they have to file I 140 again for this I 140 goes through the regular time frames (12months) (OR) since my EB3 140 is already approved my EB2 140 gets approved faster. -- They approve Faster in a month

    Not so Happy scenario and reality

    1) Once my EB2 labor gets approved, Do they have to file new I 140 again (OR) can they use the approved I 140 (EB3) to port my PD to EB2 application - You need to File for 140 after the labor approval 6+months

    3) If they have to file I 140 again for this I 140 goes through the regular time frames (12months) (OR) since my EB3 140 is already approved my EB2 140 gets approved faster. -- Takes 1+ year to get your 140 approved + you need to wait for 6 months+ to get your 485 interfile updated

    We are talking about atleast 2 to 3 years to get from EB3 to EB2 , so Please participate in IV campigns , call the representatives

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  • waitingGC
    05-30 02:45 PM
    They'll probably start with what Senate passes. and make some minor amendments.

    If it passes the house, conference will be piece of cake.

    Our best hope is:

    1. When senators return to the constituencies for the memorial day recess, they receive a LOT of negative feedback about CIR and enough number of senators change their minds and vote in -ve and bill fails to make out of the Senate. Likelihood: 10-20%.

    2. House of reps votes on this CIR and defeats it. Likelihood: 40-60%.

    I hope one way or another, this piece of crap fails and I happily get my GC in another 5-10 years. If it passes, I'll have to pack my bags. Amen.

    I haven't come here for a while and don't know what's happening here. Several weeks ago, we said we would be happy if congresses pass CIR. How come we don't want CIR to be passed now?


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  • abc
    05-30 03:42 PM

    Not sure what you are getting at here.

    The managers amendment of S. 2611 does have the provision of filing I-485 even when visa numbers are not available. This provision exists precisely because IV asked for it.
    Read the post on


    I think what Asian means is that the stringent rule of 'Same kind of job' in AC21 makes AC21 usability very limited. If that condition is abolished, 485 is as good as GC in terms of job mobility.

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  • lc2004
    08-04 11:13 AM
    How about some green dots guys for sharing such a inspirational story...

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  • gcwait2007
    06-28 04:39 PM
    You need last 2 paystubs and one of them is issued within last 30 days.


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  • karthkc
    07-17 03:49 PM
    My GC was approved last month after a very long wait time. Currently I am working for company B on EAD (not the GC filing employer). The question I had was can I continue to work for company B on a part time basis and join company A (GC filling employer).

    Company A has a 9 month probation period I am worried if i quiet company B and company A fire me later then I will be with out job.

    So I can work for company A (GC filing employer) full time and at the same time work part time with company B.

    So this way if company A does fire me during probation period I continue with company B :confused: on full time basis. Is this ok will it come to haunt me when I file for citizenship?

    When you started using EAD, did you file for AC21? If you did not or don't know what AC21 is, you will want to talk to your attorney.

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  • rahulpaper
    10-01 12:53 PM
    Our finger prints does not change. They have our FP on their system. Providing new finger prints does not add any value to our case or US security.

    Additional FPs just result in wastage of resources for us and USCIS (eventually tax payers). They can utilize same resouces for processing applications in FIFO.


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  • little_willy
    08-20 11:22 AM
    Thanks TempWorker. If you would like to join the state chapter, please PM me with your contact info.

    I will be there.

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  • goel_ar
    05-01 09:29 AM
    I just got my Labor approved (PD - 2/22/2008) . Attorneys are working on filing I-140.

    1. Shall I wait for I-140 PP to re-instate or go ahead with normal processing?
    2. Is there 'ANY' chance that my PD will be current before I get I-140 approval when filed through normal processing?


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  • immigrationSantosh
    02-06 08:29 PM
    Hi ->
    I got a lawsuit(summons) from my previous Employer ( I quit this consultancy in Oct 2010 ) and got this two days back with below points . I need to respond to them with in 30days. I quit this company has he hasn't paid any bench salary and haven't do any proper marketing - which were force me choose a permanent job.
    So could some one please advise me the right lawyer to handle this.I need to answer to this summons and need file a new case against them.

    Points that summons contain :
    FIRST COUNT : Breach of Contract
    Second Count : Tortious Interference
    Third Count : Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing
    Fourth Count : Unjust Enrichment
    Fifth Count :Misrepresentation and Fraud
    SIXTH count : Breach of Duty of Loyalty

    Really I would you appreciate you guys advise me right way to handle this.

    09-07 03:36 PM
    Here are 5 of the more frequently asked questions, and answers to those by ImmigrationVoice. Note, these also appear on immigration attorney Sheela Murthy's web site (

    Question 1. What is First Amendment? Does it apply to me? I'm on H-1 / H-4 / EAD / and have applied for I-485, etc.
    Constitutional rights of an individual are applicable to everyone, including foreign nationals.

    Question 2. Will I get arrested and/or deported for participating in the rally?
    No, participating in rally with proper permits from city police and other authorities is legal. You cannot be arrested or deported for simply participating in the rally.

    Question 3. Will participation in the rally negatively impact my current non-immigrant status or future green card application?
    No, exercising your civil rights does not impact your non-immigrant status or future green card application. There are certain procedures and processes for rejecting or denying petitions and applications, it is not done on whims and moods of agencies or USCIS employees. There is a process driven by federal regulations and rejections and denials are backed up by reasons described in federal regulations and the laws. Participating in rallies, meeting with your lawmakers, exercising your civic duties, and enjoying your civil rights granted by the Constitution are not grounds for denial or rejection of petitions and applications or any other adverse action on immigration petition or application.

    Question 4. Can my employer take action against me for participating in the rally? Do we have any obligation to inform my employer if I participate by taking a day off?
    No, an employer cannot simply take action against you for having exercised your Constitutional right granted by the first amendment. Whether you inform your employer about your plans for your vacation or day off is up to you and your relationship with your employer. Usually employers do not care what their employee do with their time off from work, as long as those activities are legal.

    Question 5. What kind of identification do I need to carry? Will my driver's license be enough?
    Yes. Your driver's license or a state-issued identification card is enough for ID purposes.

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    Include the hole and fishing line going down into it.
    Captured more of that facial expression.
    Three things would have been conveyed: He's alone, he's fishing, and he's focused on his task.

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