I am planning on using AC21 to switch employers. since it says that the new job should be in the same job classification, how do I know what classification my labor was approved in? I have a copy of the approval notice and under occupation it says consultant and it has the following code after it:
189167030. anybody knows what this code means or how I can find out my jobe code?
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with struggling economy and jobs, less and less Americans are supporting any kind of immigration. Legal, or Illegal, they dont care. No one, I mean no one will support us in a way that can be heard by media and the people in high seats. This is our battle and we must fight it alone. Others will help only if we show green, or some kind of benefit of their own.
looks like 2003 pd are starting to get picked up at TSC.
how long does it take to get the actual card? i have to travel outside the country next month, what do i need to get back?
I like the below points from the report.
- There is no evidence that during the long periods of time when no foreign
nationals could receive new H-1B petitions the job market improved for U.S. workers or professionals.
- The March 2009 findings from Duke University and University of California, Berkeley researchers send a signal that America cannot take it for granted that outstanding international students, researchers and professionals from around the world will always want to stay and work in the United States.
- The relaxation of green card constraints proposed in the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006 could have increased labor earnings and GDP by approximately $34 billion in the tenth year following enactment and had a net positive effect on the budget of $34 to $47 billion over ten years.
- Relaxation of H-1B caps under the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007 could have increased labor earnings and GDP by $60 billion in the tenth year following enactment and improved the federal budget�s bottom line by $64 to $86 billion over ten years.�
- �Over the past 15 years, immigrants have started 25 percent of U.S. public companies that were venture-backed, a high percentage of the most innovative companies in America . . . The largest U.S. venture-backed public companies started by immigrants include Intel, Solectron, Sanmina-SCI, Sun Microsystems, eBay, Yahoo!, and Google.
- we estimate that all companies founded by immigrants from 1995 to 2005 produced $52 billion in sales and employed 450,000 workers in 2005,�