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But lawmakers often find exceptions to textbook explanations and immigration reform provides a case in point. True, most predict contentious House-Senate negotiations on the issue. But "where" and "when" are key questions. Creation of a conference committee will be more an indication that a deal is done than a forum to find one. In other words, lawmakers may not even officially create a bicameral negotiating panel until they have found a clear path toward a workable compromise � a process that may take weeks of private, informal discussions before conferees ever formally meet.
Conference committees are not mandatory. They offer one way to resolve differences between chambers, but there is no requirement that lawmakers even use this procedure. According to Walter Oleszek at the CongressionalResearch Service, only 15 to 25 percent of all laws passed by Congress ever reach the conference-committee stage. Lawmakers normally resolve differences either by one house adopting the other's version or by "ping-ponging" measures back and forth until substantive disagreements are ironed out. Conference committees are never formed in either of those cases.
However, Mr. Oleszek also notes that most controversial bills that become law do go through the House-Senate conference process. Immigration definitely clears the divisiveness threshold. But sending a politically charged bill to a formal conference immediately and hoping differences get resolved there is not a tactic preferred by the GOP leadership.
When lawmakers do decide to form a formal conference committee, its procedures are exercised in congressional discretion with only a few set rules and precedents. The House and Senate each choose members drawn heavily from the committees that authored the legislation. In the Senate, the presiding officer appoints from a list developed by the chair and ranking member of the committee that passed the bill. In the House, the speaker appoints all conferees and sometimes draws in members of the leadership. Each house has one vote on issues under consideration in the conference; therefore there is a "House position" and a "Senate position" on any provision in disagreement. Each chamber develops positions based on a majority vote of conferees from that body.
Neither chamber is under any obligation to respond to a request for a conference. And sometimes the bulk of negotiations occur in a pre-conference informal setting. House leaders are averse to sending major legislation to a formal conference with the prospects of long, drawn-out deliberations. For one thing, after a bill goes to conference and there is no resolution in 20 calendar and 10 legislative days, any member of the House can offer non-binding motions on a daily basis, which often subjects the body to tedious, sometimes politically embarrassing votes that eat up valuable time.
Democrat obstructionism in the Senate may also stall efforts to convene a conference. Since losing the majority after the 2002 election, Democrats have made the historically routine process of going to conference (which is normally done through unanimous consent) a procedural jungle. On the immigration measure, Democrats insisted on the unusual step of a pre-agreed ratio of conferees (26 senators total � 14 Republicans and 12 Democrats) before entering into a unanimous consent agreement to finish the bill. Also, because the Senate bill contains a revenue provision, it is subject to a so-called "blue slip," which means it could be automatically rejected by the House. (The Origination Clause of the Constitution requires all revenue measures to begin in the House. A Senate bill containing revenue provisions is sent back with a resolution printed on blue paper, hence the name.) Democrats then objected earlier this week to efforts to attach the Senate immigration bill to a House-passed revenue bill, which would have fixed the problem.
And when it comes to national issues like immigration, the White House also becomes a big investor in this legislative real estate. Thus, the real "conference committee" on immigration reform will take place informally between the White House and a handful of congressional leaders. If these lawmakers see a compromise that can garner strong support among Republicans in the House and Senate, a formal conference will be appointed.
If this path can't be found, it's unlikely lawmakers will ever formally set foot into a conference committee to orchestrate a compromise � in public or private.
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I am worried, do you think some one opened but got lazy to approve it?
I am current twice by now, what a luck, I wonder when my next tun going to be? This sucks big time?
each illegal will buy ( start making payments) a new american car
(GM/ford or chrys)
that will guarantee that the US economy takes off ...more jobs are created
and everyone will be happy
plus the illegals pay their fines in form of buying american cars
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Could you please post the link to complaint form or address where you send in complaint to USCIS?
Here's the ombudsman's address for complaints / suggestions etc.
Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman
ATTN: Recommendations/Complaints/Reporting Fraud
United States Department of Homeland Security
Mail Stop 1225
Washington, D.C. 20528-1225
Even better : email to email@example.com
Guys, if you want to do analysis on number of visas and GC's sponsored by companies, H1 and PERM only... I could not find Intracompany filing (L1)related data. Do you guys know if this be disclosed as well?
here's the link. I found this site helpful... Note the "Manager" category under visas by occupation.. for number of visas.. not sure if this include L1. I guess this is only H1B. http://www.myvisajobs.com/Company.aspx?id=119153
This is where the data is comming from : http://www.flcdatacenter.com/CasePerm.aspx
Disclaimer : do not start giving me red for posting this link as intention is not marketing for them... if you did not like it, ignore.
Don't kill the messenger.
Be concerned and be VERY CONCERNED. Being in denial will not help. Work with the assumption that the dates might go back any time. If your conditions does not permit you to file in the first week there is not much you can do. Tough luck if the dates go back. But if there are things you can do , please do...
I will give you an example, It is very difficult to get medical appointments where I live and the first opportunity was July last week. I traveled 120 miles (not much) and got mine done last week, where as a friend of mine did not want travel and took the local appointment for Jul 3rd week assuming he can file by Jul31. With the change in dynamics he has to revise the plans and may not get the appointment 120 miles away.
I mean to say, work with the goal to apply ASAP.
Good post . ANy thing can happen and you got a chance after 2 years to file your 485 ..Do what ever you can and file.You may hardly loose 1 grand if you pay premium for all services
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The data given by USCIS is just a snap shot of a particular moment like any corporate balance sheet. The figures would change (meaning go up) dynamically (& drastically) as the dates move and more people qualify to file I-485. The figure 230K+ could be much bigger considering those who have approved I-140 but cannot file 485 as the dates are not current.
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I think these 4 co-sponsorer' were for SA 187, which di dnot have anything to do with US. It was Sen Edward Kennedy, who introduced SA180 with EB remons provisions.
We have spurned job offers and declined the new PERM process to hold on to the priority dates.
Many are still awaiting labor certifications from the backlog elimination centers. Out comes USCIS and says everyone with a LC can file I140 & I485.
People still waiting for LC with priority dates in 2003-2004 are seeing applicants who have priority dates as late as 2007 but with approved LCs through PERM walk through to I485.
Net result, USCIS is going to be flooded with applicants enough to retrogress the priority dates 3-4 years back as early as september. (Everybody with a LC will be able to file for I485 in July). So applicants with priority dates of 2007 are going to get EAD and GC, while LC backlogged 2003 applicants to have to wait for another 3-4 years before they can even file I485.
Aint fair. Aint fair at all. How can this be. How can rules be changed in the middle of the game.
Rules have not changed, lot of folks are fortunate they got this window of opportunity... i have a feb 2003 pd and I'm happy that everyone including folks with 2007 pds have a chance to get out of this mess, i dont want anyone to go through the pain and agony we older PD holders have gone through... go god bless everyone, and friend hang in there... whatever happens happens for good believe in that, your older PD will help you in future you never know, so cheer up think well for others and i m sure someone up above will think well for you (you are one of the fortunate ones to be in this country - compare this to the millions from where you came)