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    04-01 11:35 AM

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  • pappu
    12-07 02:55 PM
    Can someone please provide live updates on what is happening on the floor now? I can't open video links from work and there are many more that can't open video links from work.
    Thanks :confused:
    pls focus on calling lawmakers at this time pls.

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  • GCwaitforever
    07-20 04:51 PM
    Some members quoted that they hold a second H-1B. Because these second H-1Bs do not fall under any quota, this is a USCIS given gift for us, considering how slowly they process our applications.

    I plan on taking up a part-time H-1B job on hourly basis. Please give me any suggestions you have.

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  • Macaca
    05-05 07:15 AM
    Democrats' Momentum Is Stalling ( Amid Iraq Debate, Priorities On Domestic Agenda Languish By Jonathan Weisman and Lyndsey Layton ( Washington Post Staff Writers, Saturday, May 5, 2007

    In the heady opening weeks of the 110th Congress, the Democrats' domestic agenda appeared to be flying through the Capitol: Homeland security upgrades, a higher minimum wage and student loan interest rate cuts all passed with overwhelming bipartisan support.

    But now that initial progress has foundered as Washington policymakers have been consumed with the debate over the Iraq war. Not a single priority on the Democrats' agenda has been enacted, and some in the party are growing nervous that the "do nothing" tag they slapped on Republicans last year could come back to haunt them.

    "We cannot be a one-trick pony," said House Democratic Caucus Chairman Rahm Emanuel (Ill.), who helped engineer his party's takeover of Congress as head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. "People voted for change, but Iraq, the economy and Washington, D.C., [corruption] all tied for first place. We need to do them all."

    The "Six for '06" policy agenda on which Democrats campaigned last year was supposed to consist of low-hanging fruit, plucked and put in the basket to allow Congress to move on to tougher targets. House Democrats took just 10 days to pass a minimum-wage increase, a bill to implement most of the homeland security recommendations of the Sept. 11 commission, a measure allowing federal funding for stem cell research, another to cut student-loan rates, a bill allowing the federal government to negotiate drug prices under Medicare, and a rollback of tax breaks for oil and gas companies to finance alternative-energy research.

    The Senate struck out on its own, with a broad overhaul of the rules on lobbying Congress.

    Not one of those bills has been signed into law. President Bush signed 16 measures into law through April, six more than were signed by this time in the previous Congress. But beyond a huge domestic spending bill that wrapped up work left undone by Republicans last year, the list of achievements is modest: a beefed-up board to oversee congressional pages in the wake of the Mark Foley scandal, and the renaming of six post offices, including one for Gerald R. Ford in Vail, Colo., as well as two courthouses, including one for Rush Limbaugh Sr. in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

    The minimum-wage bill got stalled in a fight with the Senate over tax breaks to go along with the wage increase. In frustration, Democratic leaders inserted a minimum-wage agreement into a bill to fund the Iraq war, only to see it vetoed.

    Similar homeland security bills were passed by the House and the Senate, only to languish as attention shifted to the Iraq debate. Last week, family members of those killed on Sept. 11, 2001, gathered in Washington to demand action.

    "We've waited five and a half years since 9/11," said Carie Lemack, whose mother died aboard one of the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center in New York. "We waited three years since the 9/11 commission. We can't wait anymore."

    House and Senate staff members have begun meeting, with the goal of reporting out a final bill by Memorial Day, but they concede that the deadline is likely to slip, in part because members of the homeland security committees of both chambers, the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the two intelligence committees all want their say. The irony, Lemack said, is that such cumbersomeness is precisely why the Sept. 11 commission recommended the creation of powerful umbrella security committees with such broad jurisdiction that other panels could not muscle their way in. That was one recommendation Congress largely disregarded.

    The Medicare drug-negotiations bill died in the Senate, after Republicans refused to let it come up for debate. House Democrats are threatening to attach the bill to must-pass government funding bills.

    Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, has proposed his own student-loan legislation, but it is to be part of a huge higher-education bill that may not reach the committee until June.

    The House's relatively simple energy bill faces a similar fate. The Senate has in mind a much larger bill that would ease bringing alternative fuels to market, regulate oil and gas futures trading, raise vehicle and appliance efficiency standards, and reform federal royalty payments to finance new energy technologies.

    The voters seem to have noticed the stall. An ABC News-Washington Post poll last month found that 73 percent of Americans believe Congress has done "not too much" or "nothing at all." A memo from the Democratic polling firm Democracy Corps warned last month that the stalemate between Congress and Bush over the war spending bill has knocked down the favorable ratings of Congress and the Democrats by three percentage points and has taken a greater toll on the public's hope for a productive Congress.

    "The primary message coming out of the November election was that the American people are sick and tired of the fighting and the gridlock, and they want both the president and Congress to start governing the country," warned Leon E. Panetta, a chief of staff in Bill Clinton's White House. "It just seems to me the Democrats, if they fail for whatever reason to get a domestic agenda enacted . . . will pay a price."

    Republicans are already trying to extract that price. Sen. Jon Kyl (Ariz.), chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, said Democrats are just "trying to score political points on the war. . . . Part of their party can't conceive of anything else to talk about but the war."

    Norman J. Ornstein, a Congress watcher at the American Enterprise Institute, said a Congress's productivity is not measured solely on the number of bills signed into law. Bills and resolutions approved by either chamber totaled 165 during the first four months of this Congress, compared with 72 in 2005. And Congress recorded 415 roll-call votes, compared with 264 when Republicans were in charge and the House GOP leaders struggled to impose their agenda on a closely divided Senate.

    Democratic leaders remain hopeful that a burst of activity will put the doubts about them to rest. They have promised to pass a war funding bill and a minimum-wage increase that Bush can sign, to complete a budget blueprint and to finish the homeland security bill by Memorial Day. The House wants to pass defense and intelligence bills, its own lobbying measure and the first gun-control legislation since 1994, which would tighten the national instant-check system for gun purchases. The Senate hopes to complete a comprehensive overhaul of immigration laws.

    Rep. Chris Van Hollen (Md.), chairman of the House Democratic campaign committee, said his party needs to get some achievements under its belt, but not until voters begin to focus on the campaigns next year. "People understand the Democrats in Congress are doing everything in their power to move an agenda forward, doing everything possible to change direction in the war in Iraq, and the president is standing in the way," he said.

    Kyl was not so sanguine. If accomplishments are not in the books by this fall, he said, the Democrats will find their achievements eclipsed by the 2008 presidential race. Panetta agreed.

    "This leadership, these Democrats have shown that they can fight," he said. "Now they have to show they can govern."


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  • nishu
    01-26 10:00 AM
    My university does not offer CPT courses. Is it true that I can stay in US legally (from May-Oct) if the company has applied for my H1?

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  • kirupa
    10-22 10:24 PM
    Are you referring to Silverlight? If so, there is currently no easy way of doing that outside of you manually breaking text apart into two separate text block entries.

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    04-26 11:30 AM
    The eyes of many Americans have focused of late upon the absurdly harsh consequences that immigration law inflicts on people after they have satisfied comparatively modest penalties imposed under the criminal laws. The New York Times' Linda Greenhouse (who has followed the Supreme Court for many years) notes correctly in a recent blog posting that "today�s harshly anti-immigrant legal regime applies not only to the undocumented, but to permanent legal residents as well." While recognizing that immigration law is largely a creature of statute, Greenhouse worries that in "this nation of immigrants and their descendants, we have become so obsessed...

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  • chanduv23
    07-26 10:39 AM
    Don't start new threads like this. Do not send anymore flowers. People are busy fining their 485s and doing other stuff. SO

    please work on the action items.

    Join your state chapter and participate in the activity.

    Please spread the word about IV and get more people into IV.

    Contribute to IV

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    02-25 02:00 PM
    I am Cross Charging and applying for AOS filing. While filing do I need to provide BONA FIDE copies of Marriage & Birth certifcates. ??


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  • willgetgc2005
    03-31 01:41 PM

    When u use EAD and AP to come back into US, then u loose your H1 status.
    About reverting back to H1 from EAD, there are many Ifs and buts. You should have a valid H1 maintained etc. Consult a good attorney.

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  • mrajatish
    07-02 09:51 AM
    If we want to find out whether USCIS will accept our applications, we have to prove that Visa #s were available on a particular day. This thread will track the 485 approvals received on or after June 28th.

    Please add the following information for anyone you know who has got 485 approval on or after June 28th:
    1. Country of Birth
    2. Approval Date
    3. Category (EB2/3)
    4. PD


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  • samcam
    05-24 12:35 PM
    Congratulations IV!! We have reached the 4000 member mark. While this is definetly a milestone, like TO_BE_OR_NOT_TO_BE and ragz4u pointed out, we have a lot more potential...

    Now that being said, there is a difference between 'giving' vs 'taking'.. In the last couple of weeks we have had 100's of people register to become members, and yet whenever IV volunteers ask for contribution, less that 1% of the new people come to contribute.. That is a TAKER mentality..

    Logiclife had started a thread ( clearly explains why you should contribute.. we have about 2800 members that are yet to contribute... Folks, While a contribution of a 100$ is not a big deal, even if we contribute 50$ (to start with) and 50% of the 2800 people contribute we would have an additional $70,000. This should not be a big deal..

    Please visit logiclife's wonderful thread and reply after contributing and helping yourself by helping IV!

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  • India_USA
    07-08 09:13 AM
    The author himself chooses to misinterpret the words of the President to suit his line of thinking. I wonder what his speech would have sounded like??


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  • v2010
    07-09 02:24 PM

    I have few questions and seeking your advise on it. Currently I have a H1B and EAD with EB3 category GC application.

    1. I am working on H1B for "X" company and they have filed extension for it. Now, I got an offer from "Y" company and they are willing to transfer my H1B.

    Is there any problem for H1B transfer to the Y company while it is filed for extension from my current employer?

    2. The new company "Y" is also going to file my new GC labor and I-140 as job has little different and senior role but similar to what I had in my previous H1B and GC labor in EB2 category.

    Now, can my current employer "X" company remove I-140 or create any kind of problem for my immigration status, specially with GC?

    Any information, you can provide will be really helpful.

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  • nkhandelwal
    01-06 05:52 AM

    Following is my case details -

    Visa and I94 expiration date: 12 Sep 2009
    Filed H1 extension: 11 Sep 2009
    Extension denied: 18 Nov 2009
    Left US: 15 Dec 2009

    Refiled H1 Visa: 15 Dec 2009
    Visa apporoved: 22 Dec 2009

    What should my answer for following question in DS-156 as I left US within 30 days of receiving the denial letter?

    Have you ever violated the terms of a U.S. visa, or been unlawfully present in, or deported from, the United States?



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    10-09 07:30 AM
    Opponents of Arizona's SB1070 immigration law scored another victory in the courts yesterday. In the case of Friendly House v. Whiting, the court overruled a motion to dismiss the case challenging the law. The judge noted that "Racial discrimination was a motivating factor for [S.B.] 1070�s enactment" which establishes a legitimate constitutional challenge to the law. While this is only the opening round in the case, it does suggest that the defenders of the law will have a tough time convincing the judge that the law is constitutional. 10-1061-447 -

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  • vinoddas
    09-06 03:04 AM
    I am planning to get religiously married by end of next year, 2009. But I am considering doing a quick court marriage in the next week since my dates are current. I have a couple questions regarding time frame:
    1. If I do get my GC soon, then I need to apply for following-to-join. Is there a time limit for this? Can I do it as late as I want, as long as the spouse doesnt come to US before?
    2. If I do not get GC for a while, is there a time frame after marriage before which I have to apply for my spouse's 485 as a dependent? Does she also need to be on H4 and in US before applying for 485?

    Thanks a lot for all the help. I am relatively clueless about this marriage related GC business.

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  • tikka
    07-04 03:05 PM
    Illegal non-immigrants did the rally to local USCIS offices. It would be good if we pick one day in 2nd week of July and have a rally to local USCIS offices. This will immediately catch the media attention.

    Rally news should be spread out to media so we can get enough coverage?

    Let's discuss if you guys like this idea.

    create a thread for the sake of it. you already started a new therad for this topic.

    please close this

    thank you

    04-18 05:45 PM
    Thanks for info.

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    this came after 9/11 because of biometric requirements

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