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  • jayz
    07-17 07:01 PM
    While today's development is great news for folks in the 485/AOS cue, what happens with people in CP? With the opening of the floodgates, I am unsure when visas will be available to CP cases who were scheduled for interviews in Aug and beyond. I am a great supporter of today's victory, but I am unsure where CP cases stand now? Another 4 year wait?





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  • ananthd
    09-17 10:25 PM
    Hi Guys,

    My wife was on a H1B visa with a company until June 2010. She is no longer working and her Her H1B visa is now expired.

    I am in the final stage of my green card process and we have both EAD and Advance parole. Since we have valid EADs and Advance Parole documents, we didn�t bother to pursue a H4 dependent visa for her. We are planning to go to Thailand next week for a 10 day vacation. I just want to confirm that she will be able to come back into the US with her Advance Parole document which is valid until June 2011.

    I would really appreciate your quick response since we are looking to purchase tickets in the next couple hours.

    Thanks and have a great weekend,





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  • misha
    07-21 04:34 PM
    I am curious - Did you get a receipt notice for your wife? I have E-filed for AP for my family. I have got the paper receipt for me but not for my family. I am wondering if there is a pattern here.

    Thanks,
    Mitesh

    I got the 1st AP receipt notice for my wife with I485 and EAD receipts in about 1 week after they entered our case into the system (September 2007). On October, 2007 she received EAD card but never received the actual approved AP.
    I did not apply for EAD and AP. I'm still on H1B





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  • kaisersose
    11-10 02:32 PM
    Hi ,

    My 180 days have passed and I have an approved 140. My job was filed in 2002 in EB2 as s/w engg. In this job i moved to project manager in IT. Now I am getting a job offer for an awesome company, nice pay and as a program manager. the role is still in IT but it will be more managing.

    Would this be a safe bet to take by choosing AC-21?

    Please reply. i need to respond to them in a couple of days....

    Nope. Management activities fall into a different job code and you will be breaking AC21 rules by taking up this new role.

    If your employer is cooperative and your lawyer is willing write the new job description to fall into the engineering category and not management, you may be OK. But if it is an "awesome" company as you put it, I doubt they will be willing to manipulate your job description.

    Anyway, check with them and the lawyer before you give up.

    Good luck



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  • meetpravee
    04-17 11:49 AM
    My passport expires in 6 months. What is the earliest time before passport expiry can I apply for my Indian passport renewal. How long will it take to process it.





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  • acecupid
    07-06 11:59 AM
    Dear Friends:
    I am not sure why nobody is answering to my questions on their AP travel experiences. Please reply, I am almost freaking out not know what sorts of obstacles I might face at Delhi and Amsterdam without a H1B stamped visa. My queries are as below:

    I will be returning from India soon by KLM (via the Delhi-Amsterdam-U.S route), with an AP, 485 pending receipt, an H1B status BUT with an expired H1B visa on your passport? Given that I have these documents, I have decided not to get my H1B visa re-stamped in India. But now, I am getting a little panicked as the time is nearing for the following reasons (and these related questions). Will you please answer them for me:
    (1) If I have the AP documents, the 485 pending receipt, and my HIB paperwork with me (but not the H1B visa stamped in my passport), will I be able to re-enter the U.S? Will there be any problems at the port of entry?
    (2) At Delhi and at Amsterdam, will the immigraiton folks give me trouble if they see an expired HIB visa on my passport? Can they refuse to let me board the plane? Have any of you traveling via Delhi and Amstredam experienced any problems from the immigration folks?
    Please share your experiences. Thanks a lot.[/QUOTE][/QUOTE]

    1) You should have absolutely no problem entering on AP with a expired H1B visa and valid petition.
    2) Airlines are well aware of AP, it is not a new document.

    Stop worrying so much and enjoy your vacation. Have a safe trip back to US.



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  • aadimanav
    06-22 12:25 AM
    Source:
    The Oh Law Firm (http://www.immigration-law.com/)

    06/21/2009: CIR and What's Ahead

    On Friday, Obama Press Secretary Robert Gibbs officially announced that the President was scheduled to call a small group of Congressional leaders and political leaders to the White House to open a dialogue on CIR next Thursday, 06/25/2009. Troublesome was another statement that recognizes the facts by the Press Secretary at the same press conference that the Congress did not have enough numbers to pass a CIR legislation. As we reported earlier, for a CIR to pass the Congress, it should pass both the Senate and the House. However, it is the House that lacks enough numbers at this time to pass a CIR legislation this year. There are a plenty of House legislators who represent districts that are politically not affected by the Hispanic population and their political pressures. These legislators usually form a group of Democratic represenstives who are either conservative and middle of the road in the political ideology. The situation tends to be different when it comes to the Senate that is consisted of legislators based on their statewide consistuencies as opposed to the House representatives that represent small neighborhood and district constituencies. The Senators' decisions are thus derived more from broader national political or statewide political issues and interests of the whole party. For this reasons, for the past several years, the Senate initiated and was able to pass CIR bills which have ended up in the ditch when it moved to the House floor. The background behind the Press Secretary's announcement downplaying the potential success of CIR within this year is their motivation to control unrealistic rise of expectation in the CIR supporting community on the President's initiatives that can also end up in another ditch with potential negative political fall-outs to his political leadership. The current politcal landscape and environment then raise two questions. The first question is whether the President and the Democratic Congress will have enough energy and zeal to successfuly change the existing political landscape, particularly in the House of Representatives, within such a limited time within this year. The Congress will soon go into the Summer recess and the remaining legislative days in the Congressional calendar for 2009 are very limited. The second question is why then Senate Majority leader, Sen. Harry Reid, has been spinning in media on his agenda to take up a CIR bill this fall with the full realization of political reality that can be ditched again in the House. It appears that part of such spinning is related to his own political future. His seat in the Senate will be up for reelection in the national mid-term election in 2010 and he needs a strong support from the Hispanic constituency in the State of Nevada. The Hispanic population has been rapidly growing durng the past several years in the State of Nevada. His push for a CIR will achieve his political calculation, no matter whether the bill will pass or fail in the Senate. Again, the chance for a CIR passing the Senate in 2009 is indeed very good as the chance for Senate Democrats pulling together 60 votes may turn realistic, particularly as affected by the final result of the current Senate election dispute in the State of Minnesota. In the very near future, the Minnesota Supreme Court is likely to hand down a decision sustaining the election of Mr. Al Franken, a progressive Democrat, as the next Senator, over the conservative former(?) Senator Norm Coleman. For the discussion per se, let's assume that the CIR fails to pass either in the Senate or in the House. The Senator Harry Reid will still get all the credits in his Hispanic constituency in the State of Nevada for his initiatives in the Senate to legislate a CIR!

    All in all, year 2009 will turn out to be the only year that can pass a CIR because this is a so-called leap-year when there is no national reelection and the House members will be less affected by their activities this year. The key is whether the President Obama will have enough energy, steam, and polical motive to make a full-court pressing and arm-twisting of the conservative Democratic members in the House within a "very" short period of time, within this Summer or early fall at the latest. Currently, his and Democrats' top two reform agenda stay with the nation's health care and energy reforms. Until we see such full dedication and commitment of the President to the CIR within a given time, one should not raise the level of his/her hope or expectation too high as it will indeed bring out really devastating frustration and hopelessness in 2010 in that considering the November 2010 mid-year election, the chance for CIR next year will turn out to be very slim because of the rerunnng Democrats in the election from small districts that are not affected by the Hispanic political pressures. Until we see such solid momentum and heat of passion on the part of the President leading to quick actions in the near future, all the media campaign and spinning of news by the White House and the Senator Reid may have to be taken with caution and discount.





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  • sanju
    03-06 02:44 PM
    Which bill? Passed where? More info please.

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  • eager_immi
    02-12 11:09 PM
    there is no such thing as premium processing of h4 unless filed with h1b





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  • gc_relief
    03-06 01:25 PM
    Guys this will be a good idea..If we can send a letter to Pres Obama like we did in the past..Let me know your thoughts..



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  • HV000
    08-10 08:47 PM
    Reforms To Visa Programs For Highly Skilled Workers.

    IMPROVING EXISTING IMMIGRATION
    22. The Administration Will Reform And Expedite Background Checks For Immigration. Current mechanisms for conducting immigration background checks are backed up, slowing processing times and endangering national security. The Administration is investing substantial new funds to address the backlog, and the FBI and USCIS are working together on a variety of projects designed to streamline existing processes so as to reduce waiting times without sacrificing security.
    23. The President Is Directing The Department Of Homeland Security And The Social Security Administration To Study The Technical And Recordkeeping Reforms Necessary To Guarantee That Illegal Aliens Do Not Earn Credit In Our Social Security System For Illegal Work. Currently, aliens who make Social Security payments while working here legally can continue to accrue credits even if they overstay their visa. Improved data-sharing can lay the foundation for eventual Congressional action to eliminate this practice (which proved an obstacle to comprehensive reform). The relevant agencies are ordered to report to the President with a detailed plan for eliminating the problem.

    The funny thing is ONLY now they are thinking about their JOB RESPONSIBILITIES which is to UPHOLD the Law!! However, they have not specified ANY TIMELINE for REFORM!!

    SEPTEMBER Rally would be ideal to raise these issues!

    ISSUES THAT WE COULD RAISE DURING THE RALLY
    1. Eliminate EB Backlog
    2. Processing Timeline for I-485
    3. Faster processing of FBI Name Check(Questionable process according to USCIS OMBUDSMAN)
    4. Uniform Processing Methodology across all USCIS Service Centers
    5. Uniform Level of Customer Service across all USCIS Service Centers
    6. Increase Coordination between USCIS and DOS
    7. Allocation of ALL VISA Numbers by DOS at the beginning of fiscal year rather than a piece meal allocation during the first 3 quarters.
    8. More Transparency and flexibility in invoking AC21
    9. Decrease the time to invoke AC21 from 6 months to atleast 3 months





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  • Project_A
    05-16 08:17 AM
    May I know if H1 transfer has any affect on parent�s arrival during the transfer? I sponsored their visa using company A's employment letters and they have a valid visa. Do I need to get a letter from my new employer to avoid issues at POE? At the time of parent�s arrival, I would be working for company A, but by the time they return, I will be switching to company B and moving to a different city. My H1 transfer is already in process.



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  • pnjbindia
    10-08 03:07 PM
    Monkeyman,
    I don't think your comment on adding a spouse is accurate. If the GC is approved prior to your marriage and if your spouse is here, you are NOT golden. As to apply in the family based category, the family based PD in that category (I believe it is 2A) should be current. And that is backed up as well..

    If the GC is approved prior to your marriage and if your spouse is here, you are golden. You simply apply for I-485 (family based). If your spouse is not in USand you have GC, you will need to file for follow to join visa and it will take some time (I dunno how many years).





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  • sjhugoose
    February 15th, 2004, 05:54 PM
    I have a Sony DSC F717. I got it to photograph model trains, so it is almost lways in macro mode. Frequently, the image blurs toawrds the back, even when set at the highest F-stop. The subject is usially about 5-12 inches away from the camera, depending on the model I am photographing. The models are about an inch high and up to 10 inches long.

    I suspect a wide angle lense should help this, but sony has two available for their 58MM bezel. Am i right on this? Basically i want close up on full manual with
    as good a depth of fied as possible. Here are the choises:

    http://www.sonystyle.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/eCS/Store/en/-/USD/SY_DisplayProductInformation-Start;sid=C5ukSQtNKAGkcEti_UiuQkRd1gcWOHL-Dh0=?CategoryName=dcc_DIAccessories_DILensesandFil ters_Lenses&Dept=dcc&TemplateName=item%2fsy_item_b&ProductSKU=VCLMHG07A

    This one costs $150, includes two peice glass.

    http://www.sonystyle.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/eCS/Store/en/-/USD/SY_DisplayProductInformation-Start;sid=C5ukSQtNKAGkcEti_UiuQkRd1gcWOHL-Dh0=?CategoryName=dcc_DIAccessories_DILensesandFil ters_Lenses&Dept=dcc&TemplateName=item%2fsy_item_b&ProductSKU=VCLHG0758

    This one is $400, and is a three peice glass.

    Both have the same .7x magnification. Wich one should I get?


    Your experiencing an effect called Depth of Field(DOF). This is commen and usally you want to minimize it for effect but not in your case.

    You will need to learn to use a DOF calculator, there is one on this site but it does not include the 2/3" sensor sive you camera has. A better one for you right now may be this calculator here: http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikoncp5700/page2.asp

    Using this you can determine the distance you need, focal length and distance to subject to obtain the desired DOF. Currently on the wide end of your camera, you'll need to move about a 1.5 feet from the focus point with f8 to get the DOF you desire. If you get the WA adaptor you'll be able to move closer to about .9 feet from the focus point and still obtain the DOF you desire.

    You'll never be able to be within 5 inches from the object and obtain the DOF you desire, it simply is not possible with you camera. As to which WA adaptor to get? I don't know. I've never used anything of the sort so I can not answer that question for you.

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  • rb_248
    07-23 08:55 AM
    Friends-
    One of my coleagues just got another FP notice yesterday. Did any July 2007 filers got second FP notice this year ? Does it mean that things are moving ?Please share your views.

    Admin-
    Please delete this thread if it generates a lot of negative responses.

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  • Steve Mitchell
    March 12th, 2004, 12:29 AM
    Thanks for clarifying skip. It would be great to get the Nikon forum more active.
    SB-26 will be a problem. You cannot use TTL flash mode with any Nikon digital camera. It would be like going back to an old thyristor auto flash. Only the DX series flashes work with the digitals.



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  • Alabaman
    05-18 07:16 PM
    Good job! However, like I and some other people on this forum have mentioned before, there is the need to de-emphasize our course as an Indian course. We know the majority of people in the GC process are of Indian or Chinese origin but we should recognize we need an all-inclusive approach to this struggle.

    I clicked on the link and the headline read "Indian immigrants in US raise voices" While I understand that this might have come from the reporters who put togther the news, it is important that the members of IV at the forefront of this campaign and indeed all members on this forum, portray our course as as a high-skilled immigrant course and NOT an Indian or Chinese course.

    Just something to think about!

    Great work IV core team! EB immigration will be benefited by the work done by IV core team sooner or later. Keep it up!!

    One will wonder that Indian Government will do something as the India and her economy are benefited by EB immigration big time in last decade. In the global economy the overseas workers are the greatest strength India has and as usual they are completely ignoring the problems faced by EB immigrants in the USA.

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  • MatsP
    November 14th, 2007, 03:41 AM
    I don't know the Nikon story on sensor cleaning, but most cameras have a "mode" for sensor cleaning, which essentially leaves the mirror up until you switch it out of that mode.

    As to formatting your memory card, my principle is "whenever there is a problem with them". I don't format my cards "to prevent problems". Most problems are caused by "user errors", such as removing the card from the slot before whatever it's in is finished with it - e.g taking the card out of the camera when it's still writing, or unplugging it from the computer before it's been erased. Others may have other ideas of what's "appropriate" here. But formatting doesn't do anything particularly different from deleting the files on the card. The main difference is that the "root directory" is recreated by the formatting, so if there's antyhing wrong there, it will be "fixed up" by the formatting - but you usually know immediately if there's anything wrong there.

    Finally, in about 5500 pictures that I've taken, I've lost three pictures because the card went wrong. The camera said "CF error" or some such, so it was pretty obvious that something was wrong. Formatting in the camera solved the problem, but carrying a spare card is ALWAYS a good idea.

    Edit: This site seems useful. http://www.bythom.com/cleaning.htm

    I haven't cleaned my sensor ever, so I can't say if it's a good account or not [not that I have a Nikon anyways, but I don't think that really makes much difference].

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  • javadeveloper
    07-18 10:04 PM
    I FOUND THIS URL https://efiling.uscis.dhs.gov/efile/ , can someone pls confirm





    pappu
    03-06 11:51 AM
    Dear members,

    If you have received letters from USCIS asking for $5K for your FOIA request, Please fax a copy of that letter to Immigration Voice.

    We want to collect those letters and proceed with some big effort on this issue. It is thus important that we have lots of such letters from members.

    Please note the fax number

    Fax : (202) 403-3853

    or email the scanned copy to info at immigrationvoice.org

    Time is short and we need letters in the next couple of days if possible.





    Student with no hopes
    05-12 09:21 AM
    Sent a mail to Senator Leahy at : senator_leahy@leahy.senate.gov
    Please send him emails.



    Dear Senator Leahy,

    This is regarding recent hearing from USCIS Director Mayorkas and his response
    to issue of backlog.

    The issue of immigration backlog is a ubiquitous one ranging from family to employment.
    Employment being really the big issue with 1-2 million legally working applicants waiting
    to get greencard.

    It is surprising that Mayorkas is not aware of this Burning situation faced
    by a million plus legal applicants and that he needs to consult the experts. I wonder
    if senate is interested in doing anything better, other than settling in for such a
    mediocre explanation from the Head of USCIS.

    What Mr Mayorkas could have suggested to mitigate the backlog is : Visa Capture, I-485
    Preregistration, senate passing bills to increase visa number and other strategies that will resolve the
    backlog issue. May be he can refer to these forums which can give him some thoughts coming from people
    who are suffering first hand as result of such services of provided by USCIS :

    Analysis Discussion - Immigration Voice (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/forum108-anal)...

    http://www..com/usa-discussion-forums/i...

    USCIS has already shown us their (fiasco)effeciency during filings of 485 for 800000 applicants in
    Jul 2007. They already are showing when it is coming to visa allocations every month. One wonders what
    gives the confidence to Mr. Mayorkas to admit that USCIS can handle CIR ?

    Mr. Senator, senate deserves a better explanation on strategy to reduce backlog while it owes a
    greater responsibility of bringing relief to million plus tax paying, law abiding legal living applicants. I request you to set a follow up hearing to get to the root of the issue in resolving the backlog problem for EB category skilled worker applicants especially from India and China.


    God bless you Senator !

    Your's sincerely,


    Being a staunch supporter of IV, I did send a letter similar to Sen. Leahy. The IV analysis is good, not sure of the forum discussion - as there are so many different opinions - sometimes irrelevant. So, just sent it with the IV recommendations from their analysis. The only solution is for us is to be vocal and shed light on our issues.