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  • RandyK
    03-17 01:43 PM
    I took a poll on this website like a year ago.

    The results were very similar to the trackkit poll.

    In summary, about

    50% are with PDs of Year 2000 - 2004 and 50% 2005 - 2007.

    I was surprised to find EB3 PDs in 2000 and 2001 but there were few.

    So far this poll is also showing similar results.

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  • anjans
    05-04 01:52 PM
    +1 to the GC benefit list for me..that i can say anything ;-)

    You have been doing that without a GC for the longest time on this list!

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  • pmpforgc
    04-14 12:44 PM
    Makes sense, like the idea of abolishing the waiting period for GC.... but with all due respect i belive that will never happen esp in a post 911 era where there is a lot of checks. I belive if they put the name check process in a fast track it would be benificial. Suks that we have to wait another 5 years after getting GC to get Citizenship, if anything i would think counting 5 years after 485 is logical.

    I think we should not talk about abolisihing waiting time for citizesnhip (after GC) and no one as I see talking that.

    Most of us are talking about REDUCING waiting time for Employment based GC holder, who is already here for several years.

    Most practical thing might be to make it Similar to Marriage based Citizenship where you just have to wait for 3 yrs after GC.

    So we can Request for reducing citizenship waiting period from 5 to 3 years for employment based GC holders who had paid atleast 5 years in the Federal taxes ( to preserve orignal intent of 5 year for family based GC holders waiting period for citizenship) , Have MS or Higher degree in STEM field ( Last time they tried to reduce one year for any one who can study and learn english) , Can pass Background Check and Moral Standards ( that is must for security purpose).

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  • k_usa
    12-14 10:55 PM
    This is an excellent idea.
    I have sent invitation to 2 of my friends.

    I came to know about this site by looking at a post from one of the website where i visit daily (
    Members should post link in all the forums which they know


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  • chintu25
    01-13 10:03 AM
    - ........... ur immigration stress will take a backseat to the excitement (& shock!) you feel while doing it.

    I say Stress BAHAR ...PAISA andar oops $ andar

    not a good time to enter the market... will it go up? .. i don't know.. will it go down? .. i don't know. But the warning comes from volatility... it will shake you out.

    Thanks HopefulGC


  • pcs
    01-17 02:15 PM
    Can a member, who has not signed up for monthly .... logs in ..... get a BOLD but polite message to sign up for monthly contribution.... It will help

    I do not know the complexity of this job


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  • tonyHK12
    10-26 03:48 PM
    Instead of starting afresh with a new bill, it would be wise if our lobbying efforts for legal immigration adjust to the changing political winds in Washington.

    How Would a Republican Congress Handle Immigration? � The Washington Independent (

    1. Based on the report above, the new heads of judiciary committee and Immigration Sub Committee are individuals who view "border security" as the first step towards Immigration Reform. Since a majority of members on this forum are LEGAL immigrants, we need not worry about any steps taken towards border security and ICE Enforcement.
    5. Immigration Voice works with Patton Boggs to voice our concerns with the lawmakers. Former Senator/Congressman Trent Lott works with Patton Boggs. He was the house majority leader, Republican whip and is someone who has (or had) a lot of clout within the Republican party. He was a colleague of Rep. Lamar Smith. He might help us push for the legal immigration piece.[/B][/B]

    Just my $0.02

    I agree with you, I kind of like the way republicans have been handling immigration issues in general so far. I am in New York and we plan on meeting Senator Schumer too anyway.

    We should support their border, ICE policies, but the current president has also set a record for deportations. I also kind of see where americans feel that a secure border and deportation is a priority and its good for every body. We are implicitly supporting, as some are paying 2000 extra for a visa to fund border security!!

    The difference between advocacy and lobbying directly is just citizenship.
    many of us forget that we are in one of the best functioning/largest democracies, no matter its defects.

    Of course the end result is we need a change in law for this, no matter what, and the only way to do this is with a Bill.
    I changed the subject of this thread from 'New Bill', but the title is still the old one. We can do this in other ways too, instead of a new one.

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  • suriajay12
    04-09 08:45 AM
    Nobody is saying you to push alone. You can start working collectively under IV's umbrella. So before you start cribbing here research/read what others have been doing. Become part of IV. Start contributing time and money to IV for your own GC.

    If you read my any previous posts and to repeat, there will be no issue to contribute from me or most of us here. We need an action item. Anyone with minimum common knowledge here sees there is no change in dates for the last 6 months, or even last few years. You seem to be a strong supporter of contributions, can you list one action item which we planned to take up in the last or in near future that addresses our concerns of backlogs. Now dont come back and tell me or send me a picture of July 07 campaign or your 12th grade or 10th grade marksheet. We need to be doing things of our interest EVERY single day. I do my job very good.. I know.. but I have to keep doing it everyday if I have to keep it. Similarly unless you put continuous efforts, you wont get continuous results.
    If you want a reply to your post from me again, come back with an action item that you see as planned.


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  • indian111
    08-12 04:39 PM
    EAD E filed on 05/22 @ TSC
    FP done 06/17
    SOFT LUD on 07/22

    No approval yet

    Not sure why we have LUD on same date and no approvals .
    Do you think a batch were struck in some system error ??

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  • jungalee43
    05-20 04:59 PM
    I called local office of the local congressman. The lady listened to me attentively and then advised me to call Washington office. She said the staff over there would be able to tell me how the congressman would vote on these bills.
    I called Washington office also but there the operator said the person who looks into these matters is not at desk and advised me to leave a voice mail. I have left a detailed voice mail with my contact info.
    I have to call 3 more congressmen from CHC and I will finish that in a short while.


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  • zerozerozeven
    03-19 04:19 PM
    dont expect any replies...nobody is going to pick up your call...even if u get someone, they wont be able to provide with any useful information...the emails/fax will be unanswered...and the voice mail box will be full...only option is to look upwards to the sky and pray for ur passport...i got my passport after 7 weeks.

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  • maddipati1
    04-20 04:27 PM
    SFO took exactly 5 business days, incl. the day they received and the day they dispatched.

    sent by mail.

    only 2 photos needed.

    notarized only the cover letter and affidavit to add spouse's name.

    their website is perfect. don't need to read/talk to anything/one else. > Passport

    perfect 10.

    :D funny thing happened with desi Notary.. Jay Leno stuff.. :D

    Asked him to notarize the affidavit to add spouse's name.

    he wrote.. i hereby notarize.. 'AFFIDAVIT FOR ADDITIONAL SPOUSE'.

    ADDITIONAL !!?? :D :D

    i was thinking... i have one.. i'm good.. no thank you..

    1. Fully completed & signed Application Form, printed from your website (4 Pages).
    2 recent photographs - 1 pasted on the first page & 1 stapled on the last page.
    2. 1 Money Order of $40 for passport fee.
    3. Original old/current passport ####### (36 pages).
    4. Copies of first five & last two pages and VISA page from current Passport (6 pgs).
    5. Self-addressed USPS Express Mail Envelope for passport return.
    6. Proof of work authorization (2 pages):
    i) Copy of I-797 and
    ii) Copy of EAD.
    7. Proof of legal status (2 pgs) :
    i) Copy of H1B VISA &
    ii) Copy of I-485 Receipt.
    8. Proof of residence(4 pgs):
    i) Rental Agreement and
    ii) Landline Telephone Bill.
    9. For wife’s name inclusion:
    i) Copies of first five & last two pages from my wife’s Passport (6 pgs)
    ii) Copy of Marriage certificate,
    iii) Copy of Marriage Photos (2 pgs)
    iv) Affidavit signed by both of us.

    only couple of things i didn't follow in the website instructions are..

    1) Didn't include wife's original passport.
    2) Didn't get two witnesses to sign the affidavit to add spouse's name
    and no wedding card copy.


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  • 485Mbe4001
    06-19 12:47 PM
    Enforcement First
    The right way to reform immigration.

    An NRO Primary Document

    Editor's note: This letter was released this morning by John Fonte of the Hudson Institute.
    Prominent Conservatives and Civic Leaders Urge President Bush and Congress to Back Enforcement First on Immigration

    Leading conservatives and civic leaders have signed an �open letter� on immigration declaring that �border and interior enforcement must be funded, operational, implemented, and proven successful � and only then can we debate the status of current illegal immigrants, or the need for new guest worker programs.�

    The signers include William Bennett, Robert Bork, William F Buckley, Ward Connerly, Newt Gingrich, David Horowitz, David Keene, John Leo, Herbert London, Rich Lowry, Daniel Pipes, Phyllis Schlafly, and Thomas Sowell among others.

    Hudson Senior Fellow John Fonte, who organized the letter, said:

    �We want to commend the members of Congress who have supported enforcement first including 85% of all Congressional Republicans, 36 Democrats in the House and 4 in the Senate.�

    �We particularly want to thank Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and House chairmen Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) and Peter King (R-NY) for their leadership role in putting America�s national interests in border and interior enforcement first.�

    As a matter of organizational policy, Hudson Institute does not take stances on pending legislation.

    �First Things First on Immigration: An Open Letter to President Bush, Senate Majority Leader Frist, and Speaker of the House, Hastert�

    Recently, columnist Thomas Sowell wrote: �It will take time to see how various new border control methods work out in practice and there is no reason to rush ahead to deal with people already illegally in this country before the facts are in on how well the borders have been secured.�

    We the undersigned agree with this statement. In 1986, Congress passed �comprehensive� immigration reform that included amnesty for around 3 million illegal immigrants, border enforcement, and interior enforcement (employer sanctions). Amnesty came, but enforcement was never seriously implemented either at the border or in the interior.

    Let us not make this mistake again. We favor what Newt Gingrich has described as �sequencing.� First border and interior enforcement must be funded, operational, implemented, and proven successful � and only then can we debate the status of current illegal immigrants, or the need for new guest worker programs. We are in the middle of a global war on terror. 2006 is not 1986. Today, we need proof that enforcement (both at the border and in the interior) is successful before anything else happens. As Ronald Reagan used to say �trust, but verify.�

    The majority of Republicans in the Senate opposed the recently passed Hagel-Martinez bill. Senator Vitter (R-LA) said that because border enforcement will not be in place, �this [bill] will in fact make the illegal immigration problem much bigger.� The No. 3 Republican in the Senate, Senator Rick Santorum (PA) said, �We need a border-security bill first.� Senator Vitter, Senator Santorum, the majority of Senate Republicans, and the majority of House Republicans are right � we need proven enforcement before we do anything else. Adopting cosmetic legislation to appear to be �doing something� about enforcement, but which actually makes the situation worse, is not statesmanship, it is demagogy.

    We thank the majority of the Senate Republicans (33 in all) and the seven Democrats who supported the Isakson amendment, which insists upon verifiable benchmarks for border security before considering other issues. Moreover, we say �Thank You� to Jim Sensenbrenner, Peter King, and the bi-partisan House majority including 36 Democrats, that passed HR 4437. We may quibble with a clause here and there, but you in the House and the majority of Senate Republicans are right to emphasize that the Congress and the President must deal with enforcement first and other issues later. Stand fast; the American people are overwhelmingly with you.


    William B. Allen, Professor of Political Science at Michigan State University

    William J. Bennett, former Secretary of Education under President Reagan, former Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy under former President George H.W. Bush

    Thomas L. Bock, National Commander of the American Legion

    Robert H. Bork, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, former Solicitor General, acting Attorney General, Supreme Court nominee, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge

    William F. Buckley, Jr., founder and Editor-at-Large of National Review

    Peter Collier, founding Publisher of Encounter Books, cofounder of Center for the Study of Popular Culture

    Ward Connerly, former Regent at the University of California, founder and Chairman of the American Civil Rights Institute (ACRI), winner of the 2005 Bradley Prize for Outstanding Intellectual Achievement

    T. Kenneth Cribb, former domestic policy advisor for President Ronald Reagan

    Glynn Custred, Professor of Anthropology at California State University, Hayward, and coauthor of the California Civil Rights Initiative, Proposition 209

    John C. Eastman, Professor of Law at Chapman University School of Law, Director of the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence

    John Fonte, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center of American Common Culture at the Hudson Institute

    David Frum, former speechwriter for George W. Bush, Resident Fellow at American Enterprise Institute

    Frank J. Gaffney, Jr., founder and President of the Center for Security Policy

    Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chairman of the Gingrich Group, Senior Fellow at American Enterprise Institute

    Jonah Goldberg, Editor-at-Large of the National Review Online, national syndicated columnist

    Victor Davis Hanson, Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, recipient of the 1991 American Philological Association Excellence in Teaching Award

    David Horowitz, cofounder of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture, Editor of

    Fred C. Ikl�, former Undersecretary of Defense under Reagan, former Director of U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

    David Keene, Chairman of the American Conservative Union

    Brian Kennedy, President of the Claremont Institute, Publisher of the Claremont Review of Books

    Roger Kimball, Managing Editor of The New Criterion

    Alan Charles Kors, Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania

    Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies

    Michael A. Ledeen, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute

    Seth Leibsohn, Fellow at the Claremont Institute

    John Leo, columnist and Contributing Editor to U.S. News and World Report

    Herbert London, President of the Hudson Institute

    Kathryn Jean Lopez, Editor of National Review Online

    Rich Lowry, Editor of National Review

    Heather Mac Donald, John M. Olin Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, winner of the 2005 Bradley Prize for Outstanding Intellectual Achievement

    John O�Sullivan, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, Editor-at-Large of National Review

    Juliana Pilon, Research Professor at the Institute for World Politics

    Daniel Pipes, founder and Director of the Middle East Forum and Campus Watch, former member of the board of the U.S. Institute of Peace

    Andrew �Andy� Ramirez, Chairman of the Friends of Border Patrol

    Phyllis Schlafly, founder and President of Eagle Forum

    Thomas Sowell, Rose and Milton Friedman Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution, winner of the 2003 Bradley Prize for Outstanding Intellectual Achievement

    Shelby Steele, Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, winner of the 2006 Bradley Prize for Outstanding Intellectual Achievement

    Stephen Steinlight, Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, former National Affairs Director of the American Jewish Committee, and Vice President of the National Conference of Christians and Jews

    Thomas G. West, Director and Senior Fellow of the Claremont Institute, Professor of Politics at the University of Dallas

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  • saro28
    09-02 08:20 AM
    Just got card production ordered e-mail.

    PD - Dec 2004
    RD - Aug 2007
    ND - Oct 2007

    Never had any RFE. Centre - Texas.

    I am expecting 2004 EB will be cleared this month. All the 2004 guys just relax and be easy ( particularly SOP ). Honestly i didnt care much before, there are million things better than gc in life. Having said that, its good to have purely for travelling purposes.

    If anyone whose PD is earlier than mine, i truly apologize. Its not me, its USCIS. I have seen PDs same as mine getting approved 2 yr ago.

    Stay tight and believe in yourself NOT USCIS.

    Congrats! My wife's PD is close as yours. No update yet. ND is same. 2nd week of October.
    I am hoping for the best!


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  • pappusheth
    08-05 11:56 AM
    I'm in the similar situation as indian111.

    I filed for my wife's EAD in the late May (e-file TSC).
    Receipt date is May 29th.
    Soft LUD on June 6th
    FP done on June 21st

    no updates, no changes after that. there is no LUD after FP. It's been 66 days since filed. Does any one know if I can take Infopass appointement before I complete 90 days of pending status and see what's going on? Or do I have to wait until 90 days are complete? any experiences?


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  • mhathi
    05-20 01:06 PM
    called couple of congressman but one were asking if i contacted my local congressman ???

    They do that sometimes. No matter. They will pass on your message. I had the same experience with Rep. Hinojosa's office. Key is though to call all of the congressmen and let your concerns known. All the others were very polite in talking.


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  • susie
    12-29 12:31 AM
    I am a strong supporter of IV , its cause and one of the state chapter leaders . And I also believe that IV's goal should be clear and focussed, but this is an issue that eats my heart.

    What kind of justice it is, where people are rewarded for breaking laws and those who followed it are made to suffer.

    We are here in the US not only for ourselves but also for the better life to our children. If we can't give them that then our living in this country is worthless.

    I also think that this issue should be part of IV top agenda among other things. The folks in question are not illegal but our very own in EB category. They are the greatest victim of the system. When I look at my sufferings , it is less compared to what these people are going through. My green card may be delayed but most likely will not be denied. Whereas, their green card is as good as denied.

    While I am writting this and putting myself in your shoes, I feel helpless and hopeless. If IVians won't help here then who would?

    agree 100% but I cannot see that IV will be able to assist us , so we will have to put our heads together

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  • spicy_guy
    07-14 11:38 AM
    EB3 Other workers has the most wait time compared to EB3 general. So by your logic people who are waiters, chef, janitors and farm workers should get the greecards before you. :D

    And what will happen if CIR passed. All 13 million will be in a category that will be most backlogged. Should they get all greencards before you?

    Well, thats spillover... Its not that USCIS is going to allocate more visas for EB3 or more Visas. So spillover, yes!

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  • gsc999
    09-20 02:03 AM
    I went to the DC rally anyway...
    I meet new friends but cant remember all their unusual names (FBI name check problem :D, just kidding) ...
    pose for a picture in front of the US Capitol...
    see the White House live!!!...
    got inside the US congress buildings (was little embarassed, wearing jeans during lobbying :cool:)...

    see old-time friends in DC and have lunch at Chipotle near Tysons Corner mall...
    watch some drivers get angry due to the traffic caused by the parade (huh!)...
    lost some carbs due to walking, ...
    saw nice gals jogging on the streets of DC at the parade route...
    5 hours sitting down in the airplane from CA to DC, 5 hours again from DC to CA...

    P.S. they have good food inside the US congress cafeteria...

    Thanks to Drona and Ramesh for making my trip happend.
    Dante: Thanks for coming.

    I wanted to take your advise and explore how to get Philipino community involved with IV. Please send me or Drona a PM

    09-01 03:19 PM
    I got the magic email...after 10+ years. This forum has kept me sane for the longest time, thanks to you guys. I will pay my dues soon.

    Got my FP done in Oct 2007. Could the ADIT processing be for the FP? Or have people got "card production ordered" after this initial email?

    EB2I, PD June 2004, Received Date: 07/27/07, Notice Date: 08/27/2007


    Current Status: Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident.

    On September 1, 2009, we mailed you a notice that we had registered this customer's new permanent resident status. Please follow any instructions on the notice. Your new permanent resident card should be mailed within 60 days following this registration or after you complete any ADIT processing referred to in the welcome notice, whichever is later. If you move before you get your new card call customer service. You can also receive automatic e-mail updates as we process your case. Just follow the link below to register.

    Congrats, it is a tough journey.
    btw: I gave you green to neutralise 'red'

    04-01 12:12 PM
    Hassan, How did you create this poll?

    Can someone please create a poll for ROW RDs. It should be monthly banded
    between May to Aug 2007.
    I don't find an option for me to create a poll.

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