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  • srikondoji
    07-02 03:04 PM
    follow your lawyer's advice.
    You can still be part of plaitiff, if you can show the proof of your expenses and proove that you had a material loss because of USCIS/DOS goof up.

    Today morning when I was just adding the notarised birth affidavit that I had recievd last night from India and was leaving to fedex the papers to Nebraska, my lawyer called up and informed of the update and asked me not to send the app. Now after reading all the posts here, could someone advice if I should send the app- I mean if there is some re-thinking by USCIS, would they might say show us the sent reciept etc ???

    Pls advice,


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  • mjdup
    05-31 09:50 AM
    Just contributed...

    The math does look good pthoko but do you think all 13K will step up especially the ones whos PD has become current !

    I'd be glad if atleast 1K contribute. Can you imaging the power IV core will get with 1.3 mil, I can only say WOW !

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  • immi_enthu
    08-28 09:34 AM
    They might return urs , simple.

    what will happen in case of 140/485 concurrent filing ?

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  • yabadaba
    08-14 01:07 PM
    you asked if you were missing something... i said yes you are. u asked for an explanation..so be it..and i put in a disclaimer...that what you were missing was anybody's guess


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  • Berkeleybee
    02-05 02:30 PM

    Just wanted to say, if you think everything is going to be fine cos PACE has 30 democrat and 30 republican supporters, think again. The right wing has already mobilized its talking heads, look for more stories that discredit the basic premises of PACE and the American Competitiveness Initiative.

    This from David Brooks, Op Ed columnist at the NYT, on Feb 2, 2006.

    Copyright 2006 The New York Times Company
    The New York Times

    February 2, 2006 Thursday
    Late Edition - Final

    HEADLINE: The Nation of the Future



    Everywhere I go people tell me China and India are going to blow by us in the coming decades. They've got the hunger. They've got the people. They've got the future. We're a tired old power, destined to fade back to the second tier of nations, like Britain did in the 20th century.

    This sentiment is everywhere -- except in the evidence. The facts and figures tell a different story.

    Has the United States lost its vitality? No. Americans remain the hardest working people on the face of the earth and the most productive. As William W. Lewis, the founding director of the McKinsey Global Institute, wrote, ''The United States is the productivity leader in virtually every industry.'' And productivity rates are surging faster now than they did even in the 1990's.

    Has the United States stopped investing in the future? No. The U.S. accounts for roughly 40 percent of the world's R. & D. spending. More money was invested in research and development in this country than in the other G-7 nations combined.

    Is the United States becoming a less important player in the world economy? Not yet. In 1971, the U.S. economy accounted for 30.52 percent of the world's G.D.P. Since then, we've seen the rise of Japan, China, India and the Asian tigers. The U.S. now accounts for 30.74 percent of world G.D.P., a slightly higher figure.

    What about the shortage of scientists and engineers? Vastly overblown. According to Duke School of Engineering researchers, the U.S. produces more engineers per capita than China or India. According to The Wall Street Journal, firms with engineering openings find themselves flooded with resumes. Unemployment rates for scientists and engineers are no lower than for other professions, and in some specialties, such as electrical engineering, they are notably higher.

    Michael Teitelbaum of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation told The Wall Street Journal last November, ''No one I know who has looked at the data with an open mind has been able to find any sign of a current shortage.'' The G.A.O., the RAND Corporation and many other researchers have picked apart the quickie studies that warn of a science and engineering gap. ''We did not find evidence that such shortages have existed at least since 1990, nor that they are on the horizon,'' the RAND report concluded.

    What about America's lamentable education system? Well, it's true we do a mediocre job of educating people from age 0 to 18, even though we spend by far more per pupil than any other nation on earth. But we do an outstanding job of training people from ages 18 to 65.

    At least 22 out of the top 30 universities in the world are American. More foreign students come to American universities now than before 9/11.

    More important, the American workplace is so competitive, companies are compelled to promote lifelong learning. A U.N. report this year ranked the U.S. third in the world in ease of doing business, after New Zealand and Singapore. The U.S. has the second most competitive economy on earth, after Finland, according the latest Global Competitiveness Report. As Michael Porter of Harvard told The National Journal, ''The U.S. is second to none in terms of innovation and an innovative environment.''

    What about partisan gridlock and our dysfunctional political system? Well, entitlement debt remains the biggest threat to the country's well-being, but in one area vital to the country's future posterity, we have reached a beneficent consensus. American liberals have given up on industrial policy, and American conservatives now embrace an aggressive federal role for basic research.

    Ford and G.M. totter and almost nobody suggests using public money to prop them up. On the other hand, President Bush, reputed to be hostile to science, has increased the federal scientific research budget by 50 percent since taking office, to $137 billion annually. Senators Lamar Alexander and Jeff Bingaman have proposed excellent legislation that would double the R. & D. tax credit and create a Darpa-style lab in the Department of Energy, devoting $9 billion for scientific research and education. That bill has 60 co-sponsors, 30 Democrats and 30 Republicans.

    Recent polling suggests that people in Afghanistan and Iraq are more optimistic about their nations' futures than people in the United States. That's just crazy, even given our problems with health care, growing inequality and such. America's problem over the next 50 years will not be wrestling with decline. It will be helping the frustrated individuals and nations left so far behind.

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  • Rb_newsletter
    02-22 03:14 PM
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  • ivjobs
    11-08 09:10 PM
    Another group with help of IV, to suck the blood by sponsoring H1s...

    Believe me , at least 80% of this so called enterpreneurs will end up like present H1/desi employers/blood sucking companies

    Of course 20% will be real good with clean intentions.

    I bet...As i saw so many people in the same manner.

    My close friends got GC and now sucking people with H1s , after just registering LLC with state secretary by paying 100$ reg fees and filing few H1s with INS

    Well let us assume this group has people in that 20% too..

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  • anilvt
    07-16 09:16 PM
    Hello All,

    I have a question....

    The current processing date for Texas Service centre is July 17, 2007
    I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status Employment-based adjustment applications July 17, 2007

    My receipt Date is July2nd2007 and current for EB2 PD March2007

    I had inccorrect fee issue but it got resolved and later got EAD/AP

    My case status show's wierd incorrect fees yet

    When can i raise a Service Request? August 19th

    RD + 30days

    I spoke with REP or IO( don't know dialled 1-800 16621 #SRC...#1 #3 #4

    She said your case looks fine
    I said " what next" she said your case would be assigned to an IO

    what do you guys think?

    Thanks for help


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  • newuser
    02-11 08:16 PM
    Petition signed

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  • akhilmahajan
    04-23 09:43 AM
    I dont think there is any such practise...........
    i think the lawyer or your company who filed it, will get all the communication from USCIS...........

    so just keep on trying.............
    i am not a pro at it, but will like to say, never give up trying.........


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  • xela
    04-23 01:40 PM
    mhmm mine was sent on June 31 for July 2nd delivery to NSC and the receipt came from California in Sept. But my official receipt date was still July 2nd which is when NSC stamped in their mail room before they forwarded it on.

    make sure that your forms do not reflect something similar. your RD is when they got it in their mailroom not when they sent recipt notice.

    I am still waiting, last time I called them my case had yet to be assigned to someone....phhhhhhh

    I have a filing date of July 2nd 2007. My RD? A fantastic Oct 21 2007. That's 3 and a half months, more than a quarter year away.

    I filed at NSC, my case ended up in TSC.

    Nothing much makes sense, nowadays. :confused:

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  • Prashant
    09-26 08:08 PM
    GCtrouble.. I hope u are serious and not trying to scare ppl converting eb3 to eb2 ..

    If one is eligible for eb2 their aiint anything thats gonna stop one from getting there..

    We all are in the same boat dude ....

    Good luck


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  • makemygc
    07-26 01:59 PM
    You can change the address of you I-485 application online at


    I have done this when i moved at the end of May. I also recieved a confirmation mail that the address on my application has changed.

    Hope that helps!

    Thanks. That is helpful. I did not know that USCIS has gone online for all the address change needs. This is the same AR-11 form which we used to send through snail mail.

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  • creativeFuzion
    01-01 05:02 PM
    What about the gradient in the background of your sample entry?

    I was wondering the same thing.


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  • pd_recapturing
    11-01 07:42 PM
    This news might not be directly related to our cause but its very much relevant. Here also, they can come with similar results saying that out of all the IT jobs in US, x % have been gone to immigrants where x > 50. Opponents of our cause may use this gainst us.

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  • eb3retro
    10-23 10:50 PM
    Here is my case : I-140 approved, couldnt file I-485 due to freakin retrogression. H1 extended 3 years after 6 years initial limit. Can i do a H1 Transfer. Can I still use the PD to apply a new labour thru perm and apply in EB2. Currently i am in EB3 but my PD for eb2 is already thru. Please advice. Thanks.


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  • madhu345
    12-12 02:59 PM
    You can get it corrected at any local USCIS offices. But its time consuming effort.

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  • continuedProgress
    06-08 02:35 PM
    My $50 (3626-8870-3772-9306) for this effort.

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  • nave_kum
    07-19 09:26 PM
    [QUOTE=srsrsr]Hello everyone!

    I am planning to apply I-140 and I-485 simultaneously. My problem is, Can I change my job after 180 days of applying my I-485 and without using my EAD? I am not married yet and I have a valid H1B. Please help!


    If u dont use ur EAD for the first 6 months, then u can join the new employer any time using ur H1B. But immediately after the date of EAD activation, u will need to stick with the corresponding employer for the next 6 mnths.

    04-17 11:55 AM
    This is a poignant question for everyone. Any experts that know the law and psychology and the theory of standing in line please answer.

    Let me also add one more question. I have a pet that I am bringing from abroad. Which line should the pet stand in? I do not want the IO at Port of entry to call my employer and ask if he tried to find US citizen pets for me .

    I am sorry to say this, why do you always try to create controversy. If you don't want to answer you should have kept quiet. No hard feelings my friend. I know that there is not a definite answer for my question, but I have posted here just to take expertise from our friends from their previous experiences. Lets say if you are going for a visa, don't you do your homework instead of leaving everything to the mercy of the officer?
    If you look at my personal perspective, I am trying to be careful during these hard times.

    02-01 09:15 AM
    The worst meter I have ever seen is the Chennai Auto rickshaw meter. :D
    Your electric meter is much tampered than that! Congratulations!!! Your meter broke the record!

    BTW, did you check the meter reading?
    The guy who collected the reading might have noted a wrong number. Probably, he noted the numbers from the adjacent meter. :)

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