We're all (mostly) techies.... we should be able to fix this and deliver higher SLAs for our web site...
Available to contribute and volunteer if required for this, as the core already knows. :)
Strike while the iron is hot, we need to continue this effort and send letters to all the representatives who are in favour of immigration - legal. Can we get a list of all such senators / congressmen/women?
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PERM Filed: 06 Aug 2007
PERM Audit Replied: 21 Nov 2007
Field of work : Financial
category : EB2
Please pas this to as many friends as possible whoever is suffering because of Atlanta Processing Center.
Thanks for adding the info
Hopefully we will see more people info by next week.
hellomms - Plan for the next steps.
Things are not good at Chicago either (at least for me). 9 months after audit reply and still waiting.
Please dont' make this specific to Atlanta. Though things might be different from June 1st since there will be only Atlanta Center.
Simple arithmetic shows that 1000 * 20 = 500 * 40 = 400 * 50 = 200 * 100 = 100 * 200.
Pleeeeeeeeease think very carefully about the need of the moment.
The only exception to this might be: There were very few cases filed in EB-2 during 2003 and 2004, but that is hard to believe.
This was my complete quot for this particular part of the whole statement.
"The fact is that most of Pre 2004 EB2 lot is already out of the system. Those who are still in are sufferer of namecheck and BECs.There is no perfect mechanism to determine the ratio but I would guess 80% are out from that group." but you somehow conviniently picked up first sentence only.
So I have already mentioned about that. See the problem is that in this foolish system there is no perfect barometer we do have so we can state this will SURELY be a pattern... Yes many are still rotting in not only name check but even in BECs as of today. But most Pre 2004 EB2 lot is out. Now I can not tag a number for "Most"... I think best startegy is to wait for future bulletins. I have already stated my belief and that is with confidence. Does that mean I am trying to say "This will be the only pattern". In case of USCIS nobody can tell that.
Instead of bumping it with a " /\/\/\/\/\/\ " , I agree... I wrote a little philosophy there, looks like you did not like it.
Hopefully , we will be able to prioritize it with other members every then and now, to grow our membership to magic 10,000.
EB1 spillover may never come for some time in the future. The Indian IT companies are applying under EB1 for their PMs and Senior PMs (req: BS in any discipline + 6-7 yrs exp), labeling them as multi-national executives. They are also making the employee pay for the 140 and 485 so that the financial impact is reduced a lot by a potential rejection of the 140.
This is as much BS as labor sub. I think everybody here knows how tough it is to get EB1 classification for researchers. But what scrutiny is there for these "multi-national executives" ? All they have to do is spend some time in India or any other country as a PM or SPM, come to the US on H1B and promptly apply under EB1. :mad:
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I also think we should stick to the "five year federal taxes paid" beacuse that is what they expect from normal family based GC holder. Also adding Masters and Higher degrees in the STEM fields attract possible more support.
We should not talk any where close to 10 /15 years waiting time as that is not what current system of citizesnship talks about.
Also marriage based GC already has 3 years after GC rule so it may beeasy to get it.
Making it more complicated like Percent credit for before GC filing, after GC filing, after getting GC May become hard and complicated to convenince politicains who might be amending those rules.
So Keeping it simple - 5 yr federal taxes, MS or higher in STEM, 3 years after GC - you get citizenship (all of these has precedents)
Just today, the May 2008 visa bulletin is out and lot of discussions are going on in various threads in this Forum. As per the movement of the dates, it is in a snail phase and considering that, we should include the citizenship issue also so that the total years for all these processess can be reduced significantly.
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1. Combine labor certification and I-140 into a single process. It doesn't make sense to have two stages for employment based petition.
Candidate will know the result in a single stage. Once that stage is cleared he will know he is good to go from an employer perspective. Right now even after clearing Labor stage one is not sure what happens at I-140 stage. This leads to more uncertainty, worst case he will have to restart the GC process again if 140 stage fails after waiting for couple of years.
2. Ability to Pay requirement should be only for a few years ( 2- 3 years) from the priority date.
Right now if DOL/USCIS takes its own sweet time in processing perm/140 cases ( as happened for July fiasco cases), employer has to prove ability to Pay for all the years from the priority date. A company can close down, can go bankrupt in a recession during these long years. We have seen big wallstreet firms go belly up in this recession.
3. Pre-adjudicate all 485 cases within 18 months from the day it is filed. Once pre-adjudicated, the case should be accorded a FINAL status which means all processing requirement for the case has been met and no further RFEs can be issued on the case. Online status of the case should reflect the FINAL status.
Right now backlogged country candidates has to wait for a long time in uncertainty due to the current process. Once this change is implemented, candidates can have a peace of mind and guarantee that they will get a GC once visa number are available.
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Just curious, did u got any emails ??
Hi guys, Just wanted to post an update here. Me and My wife got our GC's in mail today. Our PD was May 19th 2006. Interestingly there is no update on my case online. I was very anxious and refreshing the case status page every few mins for the past few days but to my surprise, my case was approved on 5th of May and i have the cards in hand now.
Keep your hopes high and have patience. It could just be that USCIS has stopped updating the online status and started working on our cases(Wishful thinking :))
Good luck to all who are still waiting and congratulations to all who got greened!
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r u really eb2?..... no seriously...... i do want to just make sure that fit in eb2.....
again u r wrong...... u r below average intelligence..... that's y u doubt the common sense of others..... when u write posts to make people fight with each other....
it doesn't make any difference what another a$$ wrote about eb3 re-interpretation..... bcoz it was another fake id..... just like u'rs....... maybe yours...... u r trying to make people fight over nothing at all...... its not important what u and your other fake id is writing ..... becoz all that u want to do is make people fight......
but at the end of the day u'r still an a$$.....
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Check with your lawyer too.
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I am glad, I took that decision. The whole trip to DC was very memorable indeed. There were 3 of us in the same flight jayram123, Texanmom and myself. We had a volunteer (IV handle ?? � if you are reading this please tell me your IV Handle!), who picked us up and we all stayed in a hotel. Thanks for all your hospitality! We left very early and reached the location by 7:15 in the morning. It felt good to work with everyone and make the necessary preparation before the crowd started pouring in.
Early in the morning, GSC999 gave us a quick announcement session telling us what we need to do as volunteers and what was the plan. GSC999 - you energy was contagious. I was all ready and excited once I heard you talking about our plan for the day.
On of my best moment of the trip was handing out water bottles to all the participants who were standing besides the road showing their banners. This happened just before the actual Rally began. It was a nice feeling making all the folks comfortable and giving them water while they were all standing there for more than an hour flaunting their signs to the cars on the road. I was helping another volunteer in this effort and later found that he is from Houston too and is part of IV Core (please PM me your id if you are reading this). It felt so good that all of us were helping each other for our common cause.
I had one person ask me where can we find the nametag stickers which we give to the volunteers. I searched for a long time and then told that person that I will find it for him. Then I got busy with some other work. Only later I realized that it was not some other volunteer who had requested the nametags from me but it was Mr. Pappu himself! Pappu you are a very humble man!
A special thanks to the person who was pulling the cart with 2 packs of water bottles all along the Rally and distributing water to all the people who were walking in the Rallly. I tried moving that cart and found that it was TOO Heavy and decided to work on some other volunteering effort. But you did it. Thanks!
Also, the person who sang the National Anthem did a wonderful job! All the speeches were very nice too! The sound system arrangement was very professional. The Rally Marshals did a fabulous job and everything went exactly as planned. The arrangements made by the Cops with their cars motorbikes and bicycles was very impressive.
In all, it was great trip from Houston to DC. Thanks to jayram123 too who took care of all the travel logistics. I did not have a clue about the routes or the trains etc and was completely relying on him. Hoping to keep in touch with the Houston IV team and help with more efforts till all our goals are achieved.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered and participated in the Rally. I wanted to write a lot more and mention a lot of names, only if I had noted down their IV handles! Moreover I have to catch some sleep now. Its been a very looong day yesterday.
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My earnest request on behalf of IV is to take the time to learn what what IV is trying to achieve for all of us. And then please do your might to help with the cause.
Specifically, please contribute - both monetarily and also by passing the good word around about IV.
Now that you have joined IV, each of you, please introduce just one member to IV.
We have been making great progress with this campaign and hope we'll have your support in making this a strong voice representing the 500000 immigrants that retrogression affects!
Thank you for joining and your support.
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so now we have to have PD current processing time for that service center is current and also be lucky so an IO will pick up our application to be processed. (it is actually little depressing)
:( dang.... so it's a chance* that they will pick up my app when it becomes current. So it is very likely that I might see my date get current... be that way for some time and still get no LUD; and even worse see another retrogression on it and wait more for PD to get current.... damn damn :eek:
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This amendment does not include backlog relief.
click on H.R. 2 which is on 2nd row.
then click on "Amendments" and find SA187
click on text of amendment
The amendment is limited to Page 1121 of the text. It is not the complete text that shows up.
once that is done they will shut the flood gates so that the level starts moving towards equilibirium...with labor substitution ending on july 16th ...the 70k backlog elimination labor aps will be done quick enough.. since many will have redone their LC in PERM..and uscis will have an accurate headcount of people in line from this floodgate opening process.
i dont think we ll see retrogression back to 99... but maybe more mangeable levels