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  • vdlrao
    12-31 07:13 PM
    There is no minimum number of weekly hours for an H1B petition. There are some H1B workers who hold several part-time positions. This is common particularly in academic settings where individuals may teach part time, or where a single position may be funded by more than one source. (This requires multiple part-time H1Bs.) Thus, potentially it would be possible to obtain an approval of an H1B for just a few hours per week.
    Since nothing in the regulations specifies an amount of time each week that an H1B worker must work to remain in status, it is possible to be in status as an H1B worker with a part-time job. There is no guidance on this matter as to any minimum hourly requirements. There is some old guidance on H1B workers attending school, which states that it is permissible, but that the H1B employment must be the primary purpose for being in the United States. This might be helpful by analogy, but even this guidance does not specify hours.

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  • hebbar77
    08-21 06:45 PM
    Why was your "fellow Indian wearing a turban" trying to enter the Consulate before it officially opened? The Consulate official had every right to call security and "through out" your "fellow Indian wearing a turban". If your "fellow Indian wearing a turban" had followed the rules and not tried to force his way, maybe he would not have been treated thus.

    Here's a thought: try doing the same here and see how well you are treated.

    I disagree. I would expect a person to convey that they are not officially open despite the doors being open. I agree its not nice on customers part to enter before the office is officially open, but that does not mean the officer just threatens a countryman.

    We should learn to respect our countrymen/women first. If I were to try to enter a business which is closed but doors are open, I can tell that someone would tell me that same verbally!

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  • rajeshalex
    03-05 08:40 AM
    I will contribute 25$ on my behalf. And I suggest that we can take a copy of this letter and send it to Ombudsman, president and hilar clinton telling that USCIS even dont know how many applications with PD per country.

    We can also send the copy of this letter to AILA and any other media and try to get an publicity so that ultimately aim should be like the processing times there must be a web page in USCIS where it should display each month what is the no of applications with pd per country. If we dont request this then after an year again we have to pay 5K to get this report.

    Third thing is can IV management contribute some money?


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  • Almond
    07-05 11:08 AM
    After giving all b..t answers she was asking me Do you need any other help sir? And I was like.. Ya... Just b..t down and I will show you what USCIS just did on July 2nd to us. We still can not sit properly :)

    OMG ahahahah:D I once asked one of them if she ever got tired of having to say alll that stuff they say when they first pick up the line. "thank you for calling blah blah in order to blah blah we may need to ask you blah blah blah" and 5 minutes later they ask you like, 4 questions. She said no, she likes her job. I'd say that too if I knew there was a chance the conversation was recorded, as their phone messages say. Now I just interrupt and go "You're welcome, and NO, not in the military, YES it's about an i485 application, NO it's not about an appointment, YES I have a question.


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  • Hinglish
    03-21 03:36 PM
    This whole discussion got so twisted here is the gist to bring everyone back on track.
    USCIS's interpretation of law for the "redistribution" of unused visa numbers is as follows (FALL ACROSS) : arrows denote transfer of excess numbers from categories

    EB1 -> EB2 ROW/IN/CH
    EB2 ROW -> EB2 IN/CH (proportional)
    EB2 ROW/IN/CH -> EB3
    EB3 ROW -> EB2 IN/CH (proportional)

    Ron thinks that this is wrong and it should be as follows (FALL DOWN):

    EB1 ROW -> EB2 ROW -> EB3 ROW
    EB1 IN -> EB2 IN -> EB3 IN
    EB1 CH -> EB2 CH -> EB3 CH
    and at the end then cycle through unused visas to single state categories

    I believe that USCIS's interpretation preserves the intent of the law makers to create maximum benefit to the US employers.

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  • Macaca
    09-11 01:23 PM
    A long habit of
    not thinking
    a thing wrong
    gives it a
    superficial appearance
    of being right
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  • akhilmahajan
    09-04 01:09 PM
    Folks its September 18th or Never.
    This rally is going to affect a lot of things in the near future.

    So think over it. Think hard and do the best for urself.

    It for U not for anyone else.
    Its for your spouses and your aging out kids.
    Its for your career and your growth.


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  • lakewalker
    10-05 03:46 PM
    I would prefer somewhere closer to Flint.


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  • chanduv23
    09-04 01:19 PM
    To add to this.. Some will think that something good just going to happen since next year is election.. Not sure what makes them think that..

    Some are extremely negative-- They will say doesn't matter what you guys do,nothing will happen.

    Those with negative opinions - they do not do much in life too - most of these wake up late in morning, go to work, watch TV , lazy in weekends , play cards, chat on phone , always spend a lot of hours on the internet researching for some crappy deals on electronic goods - the time, if well spent is worth more than what they save on buying the item.

    Though it is difficult to change their attitude - it is possible, we must be persistent in our effort.

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  • santb1975
    02-18 12:20 PM
    it got too cold so we had to go home. We got around 19 letters signed yesterday after our So.Cal meetup


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  • coopheal
    11-18 12:34 PM
    Your calculations are way too optimistic.
    If a regular IV member is spending 1000$ on credit card why cannot he/she not contribute 50/100 $ per month to IV. I don�t know about you or others but I use the credit card is gives best deal for the month for that month.

    As far as contributing money to IV, again it�s not about monitory constraints but about making our self give some money for our own cause.

    Well, If you sign up for IV credit card, the contributor is not paying from his pocket. It's the bank, who is paying for him, and contributor will keep earning miles/reward point as with any other credit card so it should make ZERO difference for card holder.

    Its like finding a advertising sponsor for any of the IV event,except this is one time effort.

    the earning could be huge. lets do simple math.

    Average CC monthly bill = $1000 , 2% of $1000= $20.

    20 * 20k = 40K monthly contribution.

    Now think how hard is it to raise 40K monthly using our regular fund raising ?

    Basic problem with fund raising is, once person gets his EAD/GC , he stops visiting IV website, I am sure he/she still supports the cause by heart but it just happens that he does not visit this site and does not notice our fund raising drive ( and as a result, we call them selfish :p) .

    But if he is carrying IV credit card , its very easy for him to pick up that CC and swipe every time he makes purchase and support the cause.

    Hope you get an idea :).


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  • purplehazea
    05-09 12:03 PM
    Sent you a private message.


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  • psk79
    06-26 01:31 PM
    Hi Mirage;

    What is the new expdate on your new card (if you already have it in your hand)? dose the 1 year ext is from the last date of your current/old card? or 1 year from the date the new card was approved.

    My AP was from last expiry date.. Not from the day it was approved. Its the same case with EAD also...

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  • gauravsh
    08-06 04:18 PM
    Does any one knows how is database administrator job market at canada?


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  • sunny1000
    08-24 07:51 PM
    Hi All,

    I applied for my daughter's PIO card and sent all the documents as mentioned in the instructions sheet of the embassy website along with the self addressed stamped envelope. I heard from my other friends that even after you send everything in order, the embassy people would call and say that they did not receive the self addressed stamped envelop. It happened to three of my friends. I am the 4th one. They called today to tell that I did not send the envelope.

    The funny part that happened with my friends is that, they all sent $20 and the package came in the very envelope they sent in the first place, that the embassy said they didn't receive.

    Did anybody of you also had the same kind of experience or similar incident. If so, please do share.

    Why are they doing like that? Do they really think we would do like that, trying to save on an self addressed envelope? It really bothered me for the fact that the lady from the consulate was utterly rude when talking. I am amazed how in the world, The Indian Government is still hiring such people? Of more then a billion population, is that the best person the government of India could find for that customer service post? Its a shame and I am ashamed that such dic*heads working and representing India?

    Coming back to the issue...she said sternly, send $20.00 or send envelope stamped otherwise the application would not be processed.

    Folks, please let me know where I can complain about this careless attitude of this monster woman. What steps can I take to make sure they don't do that again? I live in TN and I can't fly/drive to Washington DC. The questions is not about the money, but the way they are operating without any ethics is deplorable.

    Hoping to hear all your valuable suggestions.

    Thank you.

    Please contact the below phone numbers and see if they take complaints for PIO cards as well (even though the complaint phone numbers are for passport services):

    Note: In case of any assistance/complaints in respect of passport services, the following officers may be contacted during office hours.
    Assistant Consular Officer
    Phone: (202) 939-9861

    Attach� (Consular)
    Phone: (202) 939-9832

    Also contact:

    Appellate Authority

    Mr. Arun K. Singh
    Deputy Chief of Mission
    Fax: 202-483 3970

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  • GCBy3000
    02-13 11:34 AM
    Hey Bush,

    Why dont you sign the immigration bill for US. :)

    Your support is highly appreciated. I am also doing the same thing and had signed up for monthly contribution.

    I would strongly suggest you to signup for monthly contribution and insist your friends too on this one. Update your signature with your pledge.

    Good work, keep rocking. We need members like you.

    I am really pained to read anands post.I admit that everybody has a right to speak, it doesnt mean that one has to demoralize and demean ones efforts and so many other like minded IV members.

    I came to know of this site last december untill I met one of the admnstrator who had come down here for a conference.Since then I have advocated this site to so many people and in my company its a Fortune 500 company we have lot of diverse memberships like Indian ,Chinese and various other countries memberships in our company.In our indian club we have about 100 employees of indian working for this company.Apart from circulating the site I have made it a policy of calling up people on phone every weekend and telling them about this site and work lying in front of us to get it done this year.

    Do you think that I am helping this site or the IV core.NO I am helping myself.So please be consructive and help the cause and help yourself.

    If you are not really convinced about the direction of the efforts of the members of this site.You are entitled to walk out.Its a free country.But before you post any message give it a thought and think about the cause rather than people or IV core.


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  • GCBy3000
    07-19 09:54 AM
    Still your end in mind is US. Ok when I have a job in US and waiting in retrogression, what is the adavantage of having canadian PR and moving there unless otherwise you get a jump in career.

    Just becos it is retrogressed and you have canadina PR, there is no advantage in moving to Canada.

    I have an EB3 app from Oct 02. One more PERM filed 2 months back. My wife has an approved EB3 140 waiting to file 485.

    We have canadian PR cards. We have decided to move to Canada in Oct. We may come back here once numbers are available to file for 485 or im thinking of becoming a canadian citizen. who knows t'row some bright guy in Congress may create a rule saying Canadian citizens are exempt from visa numbers :)

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  • illinois_alum
    06-03 10:11 PM
    got reply from IL Senator Dick Durbin....not a very encouragaing response to say the least...

    June 3, 2010

    Mr. XXXXXX

    Dear Mr. XXXXXX:
    Thank you for sharing with me your support for comprehensive immigration reform. I appreciate hearing from you and share your concerns.

    While the United States cannot afford to absorb all those who want to settle here, we are a nation of immigrants. My mother came to the United States from Lithuania with her parents when she was two years old, and our family created a new life in Illinois. It is a testament to the greatness of this nation that the son of an immigrant can rise to represent the state of Illinois in the Senate.

    At the same time, our nation faces a host of problems as a result of years of inattention to our immigration policies. The Homeland Security Department estimates that about 11 million people in the United States do not have legal status, including those who enter the country illegally and those who overstay a temporary visa. I have worked to reform our immigration system comprehensively and in a way that is tough, realistic, and consistent with our moral values.

    I recently joined a number of Senators in releasing a blueprint outlining the basic principles that a comprehensive reform bill should include. The measure would improve border security by increasing manpower and deploying new technology. It would strengthen enforcement against employers who hire illegal immigrants. Today, undocumented workers are often exploited by employers who hire them. Strengthening the penalties for employers who hire undocumented workers will ensure that both immigrants and citizens who work here are protected by our wage and labor laws.

    If we are serious about reform, we need a realistic approach to the millions of undocumented immigrants who already live and work in our country. We need to offer immigrants who work hard and demonstrate a long-term commitment to be law-abiding, contributing members of our society a chance to pay fines and earn their way to permanent legal status over the course of many years.

    If we do not give people who are already a part of our communities the chance to earn their way to legal status, we will not solve the problem of illegal immigration. People who are living here illegally will stay in the shadows instead of coming forward to register.

    While immigrants often enrich our communities, an employer's first job offer should go to any American who is willing and able to fill the job. I have been concerned about the potential impact of past proposals for temporary guest worker programs on the American workforce. In many industries, the assured availability of large pools of guest workers will give employers an incentive to pass over American job applicants in favor of foreigners willing to work for less pay and fewer benefits. During the immigration debate, I offered a Hire Americans First amendment to require employers to seek American workers for their open positions before they try to bring in guest workers. I have also introduced legislation to combat abuses in the H-1B visa program.

    There is no perfect solution to the problems we face as a result of our broken immigration system. Today, our borders are not secure, our workplace enforcement laws need reform, and our immigration policy fosters a shadow economy for millions of immigrants who simply want to demonstrate that they can be hardworking contributors to the greatness of our country.

    I will continue to work for a package of reforms that will protect American workers and that will be tough, enforceable, economically sensible, and morally defensible. I will keep your views in mind as the debate continues. Thank you again for contacting me. Please feel free to keep in touch.

    Richard J. Durbin
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  • smisachu
    07-07 10:05 AM
    Where do you find attorneys like this?? Congrads!!

    Can you elaborate on your skill set so we know what is needed to go under the quota of "person with extraordinary ability interest to US".

    As I promised earlier I would keep you guys updated on the process of this case.

    On saturday I received the welcome as a permanent resident to USA letter. After trying to get a hold of my attorney I got in touch with him.

    Heres the story. (this guy is a genius)
    I asked him how it was possible when my PD wasn't current I got GC approval.
    His answer was funny and pleasant. Magic :D

    He said after the approval of my PERM during filing I-140 under EB2 he also filed a petition under "person with extraordinary ability interest to US" on my behalf. So in other words both the petitions were being processed together at USCIS. Me not aware of USCIS rules wasn't aware of all the lingo so didn't know.

    Now the Extraordinary ability petition quota is always current. So when my extraordinary petition was approved the attorney informed the USCIS that to adjucate my adjustment based on this approval. Since the PD was current for this category. USCIS processed and approved the GC based on that. I love this guy I don't have to work for my current employer anymore hence he will get a big surprise when I turn in 2 day resignation. HA...

    12-04 03:18 PM
    Or why not cover both aspects of H visa (H1 & H4). Both visas come with their own set of problems, challenges, and disappointments for the visa holders. Besides, H1 and H4 go hand in hand and story on one is not complete without mentioning the other. If I were the film maker, I would seriously consider both.

    If you only talk about either one of these visas by themselves, you'll be looking at only the half of the picture.

    have you considered making a film on H-1b workers and their frustrations in the gc porcess? that might be even more compelling than H-4 workers.

    In a sense, H-1b holders are also dependent, on the employer, who is merciless compared with the the H-1 holder on whom the H-4 is dependent.

    07-09 04:28 PM
    Why don't you ask your attorney? He should know better than the rest of us here.

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