Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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  • speddi
    07-12 08:25 AM

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  • sxk
    10-29 02:31 AM
    I will make sure I check my mail at least every other day.

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  • skilledWorker
    09-30 02:33 AM
    Rescheduling your FP can delay your background check etc., and can complicate your GC approval timeframe. Its better not to reschedule and stick to the appointment unless their is an emergency.

    AFAIK, their is no limit on the number of times you can reschedule though, but its advisable not to reschedule for the reasons mentioned earlier..

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  • rajuram
    08-04 04:11 PM
    Should the check made out to "Department of Homeland Security"?

    Should the checks stapled with each form (485, 131, 765) or kept on top of the packet?


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  • sukhyani
    04-22 06:03 PM
    Key Issues to Passage of CIR


    Notwithstanding all the opposition, it seems like negotiations and compromises emanating out of those negotiations are in full swing behind the curtains.

    Lets keep our fringers crossed and hope for the best!

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  • krishnam70
    07-23 09:30 PM
    Is there a web site to check I-140 and I485 status??.


    check it out


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  • arnet
    06-14 03:32 PM
    contact the following people and ask what you need to do to file taxes:

    1. contact employer
    2. contact your payroll company (like adp, etc) that process your company's payroll
    3. contact IRS helpline or customer service (including local or state tax dept)
    4. contact experienced tax consultant (CPAs)

    I thought employer should have arranged for duplicate one. if not contact above all people and find out what you can do about it.

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  • Macaca
    10-28 09:52 AM
    It's time we seriously ponder fixing the Constitution (http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/10/28/INCHSUV9I.DTL&hw=immigration&sn=008&sc=247) By Larry J. Sabato | San Francisco Chronicle, October 28, 2007

    Professor Larry J. Sabato is the author of "A More Perfect Constitution: 23 Proposals to Revitalize Our Constitution and Make America a Fairer Country" (Walker & Company, 2007). He is the founder and director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia. Contact us at insight@sfchronicle.com.

    What is the undisturbed and unaddressed source of many of the nation's current difficulties? It's the Constitution of the United States.

    The Constitution has become a secularly sacred document, as though God handed it to Moses in a third tablet on the Mount. The 2008 presidential candidates have been offering us prescriptions for everything from Iraq to health care over the past several months. But here is the problem: Their fixes are situational and incremental. In the meantime, underlying structural problems with America's governmental and political system are preventing us from solving our most intractable challenges.

    If progress as a society is to be made, it is time for elemental change. The last place we look to understand why the U.S. system isn't working well anymore - the Constitution - should be the first place. A careful look at constitutional reform should begin now and culminate in a new Constitutional Convention.

    Does this sound radical? If so, then the framers were radicals, too. They would be both disappointed and amazed that after 220 years, the inheritors of their Constitution had not tried to adapt to new developments they could never have anticipated in Philadelphia in 1787. Urging his future countrymen to take advantage of their own experiences with government, George Washington declared, "I do not think we are more inspired, have more wisdom, or possess more virtue, than those who will come after us."

    Thomas Jefferson insisted that "No society can make a perpetual Constitution. ... The earth belongs always to the living generation. ... Every Constitution ... naturally expires at the end of 19 years," the length of a generation in Jefferson's time.

    The overall design of the Constitution remains brilliant and sound with respect to the Bill of Rights and the separation of powers. But there are numerous archaic provisions that inhibit constructive change and adaptation to a 21st century world unimaginable to the framers.

    Let's explore a few: More than 14 million U.S. citizens are automatically and irrevocably barred from holding the office of president simply because they were not born in the United States - either they are immigrants or their U.S. mothers gave birth to them while outside U.S. territory. This exclusion creates a noxious form of second-class citizenship. The requirement that the president must be a "natural born citizen" should be replaced with a condition that a candidate must be a U.S. citizen for at least 20 years before election to the presidency.

    Both the Vietnam and Iraq conflicts have illustrated a modern imbalance in the constitutional power to wage war. Once Congress consented to these wars, presidents were able to continue them for many years long after popular support had drastically declined. Limit the president's war-making authority by creating a provision that requires Congress to vote affirmatively every six months to continue U.S. military involvement. Debate in both houses would be limited so that the vote could not be delayed. If either house of Congress voted to end a war, the president would have one year to withdraw all combat troops.

    If the 26 least populated states voted as a bloc, they would control the U.S. Senate with a total of just under 17 percent of the country's population. This small-state stranglehold is not merely a bump in the road; it is a massive roadblock to fairness that can, and often does, stop all progressive traffic. We should give each of the 10 most populated states two additional Senate seats and give each of the next 15 most populated states one additional seat. Sparsely populated states will still be disproportionately represented, but the ridiculous tilt to them in today's system can be a thing of the past.

    If someone purposefully tried to conjure up the most random and illogical method of nominating presidential candidates, the resulting system would probably look much as ours does today. The incoherent lineup of primaries and caucuses forces candidates to campaign at least a year before the first nomination contest so they can become known nationwide and raise the money needed to compete. Congress should be constitutionally required to designate four regions of contiguous states; the regions would hold their nominating events in successive months, beginning in April and ending in July. A U.S. Election Lottery, to be held on Jan. 1 of the presidential election year, would determine the order of regional events. The new system would add an element of drama to the beginning of a presidential year while also shortening the campaign: No one would know in which region the contest would begin until New Year's Day.

    Excessive authority has accrued to the federal courts, especially the Supreme Court - so much so that had the framers realized the courts' eventual powers, they would have limited judicial authority. The insularity of lifetime tenure, combined with the appointments of relatively young attorneys who give long service on the bench, produces senior judges representing the views of past generations better than views of the current day. A nonrenewable term limit of 15 years should apply to all federal judges, from the district courts all the way up to the Supreme Court.

    This all is just a mere scratch on the surface in identifying long-overdue constitutional reforms. There are dozens of other worthy proposals than can and ought to be discussed, if we but have the will to imagine a better Constitution. No rational person will rush to change the Constitution, and it will take many years of thorough-going work. But let's at least start the discussion, and begin thinking about the generation-long process that could lead to a new constitutional convention sometime this century.


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  • jitnair
    08-05 11:56 AM
    Saw in a IV post (looking for the link) that an NSC IO told that they will adjudicate applications with Name Check pending only if they dont hear back from FBI by November,08. Below link may offer some clues on why "November".


    Not to read too much in to what one IO might have said...but Wanted to see if there is any truth to this as I remember seeing folks approved with Namecheck pending on some forums. So pl. post here if you fit in to the above category.

    God only knows what is in stock for November visa dates.

    EB2, Sep 04
    NC: Pending (Per Infopass on 8/5)

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  • hbjobseeker1
    01-03 09:58 PM
    I was laid off in Dec 2009, but severance will stop till early Feb. Now I found two potential jobs. Company A is a corporation in same state, but company B is a university in some other State.

    1. How long will take them to transfer my H1B? does the different States matter on this transfer time? I want to make sure which one can submit the H1B transfer before my paycheck stops in Feb.

    2. In order to apply for Green Card later, which job is better for Green Card application? I heard university will not help the staff (accountant) for Green Card application. Is that true?

    Thank you so much!


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  • eb3India
    03-08 09:46 PM
    "The first proposal for immigration reform this year is expected to be introduced by Senators John McCain and Kennedy in the next week"

    Here is the statement from this article, how did they predict this timeline,

    something is cooking

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  • GTGC
    01-22 01:21 PM
    My employer has been holding back my wages on some excuse or the other. Since I was awaiting my GC, I had no choice but co-operated with them. I got my GC last year in July 2010. I worked with them until September 2010 and due to this payment situation, I have chosen to work elsewhere.Now they promise to pay the back wages from 2010 but the payment never arrives. Repeated followups, emails and calls have yielded the same result. I am not sure what are my options here at this point. I no longer work for that Employer since they never pay on time.

    I will appreciate your input.


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  • Dipika
    03-01 11:16 AM
    this article say if you your employer's state is different than your work location and you try to re-enter through work location airport then there is problem,

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  • aps
    09-09 02:27 AM
    Any idea on this confusing memo released by usics on may 2009. I read some were that IV core got answers from uscis on this. Can any one who knows about this one please update here. thanks in advance.


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  • arnab221
    11-05 09:57 AM
    Folks ,

    I was just pondering on why Madame Pelosi has not woken up from her slumber and acted on the letters that she is recieving . I can count 10 letters from my relatively short memory . Wonder when she will ACT and stop recieving and filing letters . JUST 54 days are left in 2007 . :eek:

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  • sertasheep
    03-30 08:52 PM
    The next attorney call for free EB immigration advice is planned for 01 April 07, Sunday at 11:30 AM Eastern Time. We will be responding to questions 131 through 153 during this call. Please await more details on the time. Members who have posed questions would have received an email assigning them with this range of question IDs.

    Please email us following the procedure outlined in this link : Click here (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?t=3691)

    Please dial into the following number:
    218-486-1300, bridge 153151

    Also see the links below for more information



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  • lening3
    07-14 01:15 AM
    One of the RFE we got has the following two questions.

    1. IRS Tax Return Filing Status: Submit an original computer printout from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), date stamped by the IRS, showing the status of all tax returns filed by the U.S. company.

    2. IRS Computer Tax Records: Submit original computer printouts from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), date stamped by the IRS, of tax returns filed with the IRS by the U.S. company for the years: 2007-2008

    How to get these documents from IRS website?
    Time left is very short, pls help !

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  • Mezkla2000
    11-09 02:28 PM
    Hi, Im a pediatritian from Venezuela. I was hired by a research institution to work for a year here in the US, and i was granted a H1b non clinical Visa about 3 months ago. A month ago I was offered a position on the fellowship program of Pediatric Critical Care at the same institution but they need to change my visa to a Clinical H1b visa. I went to all the process here in the US. I havent go to Venezuela to get my passport stamped but at the International Depatment of the Institution they told me that i can Travel to Mexico or Canada for less than 30 days without my passport stamped, no problem. I have plans to go to Mexico for Christmas. Now my question is:
    Can I travel to Mexico with my first H1b visa aprooval while my other H1b visa is on process?

    Thank you.

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  • lazarus741
    05-20 04:53 AM
    I just can't get Swift 3d to work. I followed your tutorial, but my Animations library always says "no animations available" :(
    Any explanation?

    01-11 04:18 PM
    yes, was and thought about it. Just woke up to see Life without GC is still the same and I am a day old. Now, I feel relaxed. Now, there is no need to check or wait for bulletin for the next one year or to atleast have any hope.

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