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  • ashoka
    09-25 12:38 PM
    How do I see or get LUD for I140 ? Mine was approved in DEC, 2006. Applied 485 in August 2nd week. Will I also get LUD?




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  • yabadaba
    02-28 01:39 PM
    Thanks Y,
    I was thinking more along the lines of transfering from US Public education school system to either ICSE, CBSE or Maharashtra Sate Board.

    Upto what standard would it be relatively eay for a child to adapt and integrate into the Indian system ?

    nozerd,

    honestly i dont know. when I changed schools and in the process boards, the most difficult transition for me was from the UK board to the ICSE system. but this was almost 18 years back (man..cant believe it) ...the indian system was still learning by rote...heavily focused on tests and exams. from what i have heard recently there have been major changes specially at the elementary school level. there is less emphasis on homework and tests and more of a focus on projects and learning by doing.

    As a parent of a 13 month old, if I ever decide to go back, I would probably go back before my kid is in the 4th grade. This would be because they really start establishing their identities by the time they are 8-9 years old. They can still adapt fast enough but the major focus has to be on us as parents to smooth out the transition and give them the support system they need.

    If you want a seamless transition, I would agree that 1st grade is probably the best bet. By that time their accents and all can easily be adapted, without a major crisis.




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  • bsbawa10
    09-06 03:30 PM
    Many thanks Americandesi, a very nice list. I want this to keep building up. If we can have specific instances with dates and individual experiences, it can help a lot. Please post




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  • sukhyani
    01-27 10:51 AM
    Birth Certificate didnt have my name and my stupid lawyer had not submitted the employment letter. We then submitted my parents' affidavit, school records and employment letter.

    Later on my case was transferred to National Benefits Center and now this interview.



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  • Ann Ruben
    05-27 05:12 PM
    Pappu's response is exactly correct. Because you have an advanced degree, you meet the first prong of the NIW test. But, that is the easy part. Meeting the 3 criteria Pappu lists is much more difficult, and, as a practical matter may require you to demonstrate not only the "substantial intrinsic merit" and value of your work to the US national interest, but also your unique/exceptional ability to do that work.




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  • tabletpc
    03-18 11:01 AM
    If company 'ABC" is a consultant company then..make a deal with them and work thru them for XYZ for 2-3 months and take transfer to xyz.
    Otherwise you have no other option than using EAD.



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  • abheja
    12-21 11:57 AM
    I am not sure if there is a way for you or your attorney to verify. You should ask your attorney and if it is possible, please verify.

    I got stuck in Canada for a week because the PIMS was not up-to-date. Luckily it took only a week but I have heard stories people getting stuck for a couple of weeks. If you are not in the PIMS, the consulate contacts the KCC and they have to research and update the PIMS. Do a find on PIMS and you'll hear a lot of stories.

    Goodluck!




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  • irrational
    06-18 08:28 PM
    My I-486 Receipt Notice was lost in mail. So I don't have the Receipt notice to send.

    This is for an EAD Renewal.

    Is it ok if I don't send the I-485 Receipt copy ?

    -Bipin



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  • PDOCT05
    10-29 03:55 PM
    Hi PDCOT05,

    You should be OK, I am aware of same situation and they accepted the refiling.

    Mine was reject due to "missing or incorrect fee" refiled on Oct 12, waiting. Strange part is we dont have any evidence of the original check. That makes it complicated..
    Thanks for your info..and I wish you good luck. By any chance are you aware whether i need to send new fees or old fees? As a precaution I am going to sending the diff amount in a separate check.




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  • karanp25
    07-13 07:55 PM
    no...no sarcasm. j751 and all others, u r at the mercy of uscis all ur lives. U shd inform them of any small move u make in life, or fear losing ur GC otherwise. U know they can revoke GC/citizenship at any point, right? Well, then behave..OK?

    as for u EB3_SEP04, take it easy...let's go together to junk our cars, rather than being paranoid about warming up the engine at every cold start.

    karanp25, I am assuming that was meant to be sarcastic.

    I changed my job 6 months ago on EAD, my 485 is still pending, i have not yet informed USCIS about it and may or may not do so in future. There is no law/regulation that says we must do so. I believe US law works on common sense rather than word-to-word written in the law books. So in general i want to draw a line for myself as to how much i should be afraid of USCIS. I would rather risk my GC than worrying about the chances of my every little action affecting my GC. But that's just me.

    some of my friends keep the engine running for 2 minutes before start driving, i was never convinced this is good for the car. I would rather junk my Honda few thousand miles early than wasting 2 min(plus gas). Again that's just me.



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  • j751
    10-24 01:41 PM
    BTW what does Murthy charge?




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  • diptam
    08-13 02:57 PM
    Mine reached at 11:34 am & signed by B GERKENSMEYER - Nothing so far.

    Why you should file again ?

    Thanks for Prompt reply.
    My application got delivered at 11:31 & Received by B GERKENSMEYER.
    Do u think I shoould file again using Lawyer before Aug 17?



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  • Asfandyar
    08-22 06:10 PM
    SKIL Bill--S-2611--Introduced to the House, May Raise H-1B, EB Quotas
    The SKIL Bill has been introduced to the House of Represenatives by nine congressmen, all Republicans. (The acronym stands for "Securing Knowledge Innovation and Leadership.") If passed into law, S-2611 would raise the H-1B cap to 115,000 and the EB quota to 290,000. It would also exempt spouses and children from the quota, which would certainly eliminate the current 5-year backlog in the EB-3 category. Many agree that the SKIL Bill is important to the U.S. economy.


    SKIL Bill: Who, What, Why?

    The SKIL Bill would help programs bring well-educated foreign talent together with U.S. employers who say they are suffering a shortage of skilled workers.

    Introduced by Representative John Shadegg (R-AZ), the SKIL Bill would reform the H-1B visa system as well as the employment- based (EB visa) green card process. Cosponsors include representatives John Campbell (R-CA), K. Michael Conaway (R-TX), John T. Doolittle (R-CA), Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Peter Hoekstra (R-MI), Michael McCaul (R-TX), Mike Pence (R-IN), John Shimkus (R-IL) and Todd Tiahrt (R-KS).

    The United States has found itself in a state of lacking competitiveness due to the difficulties that foreign students and workers have encountered with the U.S. visa process. The SKIL Bill's introduction to the House sends a message that the Bush Administration and the U.S. Congress alike are addressing this issue and taking it seriously.

    Some of the highlights of the SKIL Bill (Securing Knowledge Innovation and Leadership) include:

    -EB and H-1B cap exemptions for foreign workers educated in the United States who have earned a graduate degree. U.S. educated foreign workers with master's or higher degrees.

    -Making the H-1B process and cap more flexible, based on market needs, so that U.S. employers are not severely delayed from hiring essential foreign talent for months at a time.

    -Extending optional post-graduate work (practical training) from 12 months to two years, so that these highly skilled, U.S.-educated foreign workers have a better chance of attaining green card status and using their talents in the States.

    -Exempting spouses and children of EB green card applicants from the annual EB immigrant visa cap, which would free up these visas for the professionals themselves.

    Reasons Behind the SKIL Bill

    For more extensive details, see the entire text of the SKIL bill.

    http://shusterman.com/pdf/skil506.pdf




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  • willwin
    08-11 10:41 AM
    i dont see a poll :) Are you expecting every one to post on this thread ?

    Check now!



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  • Blog Feeds
    01-12 07:30 AM
    AILA Leadership Has Just Posted the Following:


    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_QZpVppv4FTs/S0qJpSDU8jI/AAAAAAAAACk/ITKpg-Txn3w/s320/2010-01-01+ICE+detention+2.jpg (http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_QZpVppv4FTs/S0qJpSDU8jI/AAAAAAAAACk/ITKpg-Txn3w/s1600-h/2010-01-01+ICE+detention+2.jpg)All Americans should be outraged by the Sunday New York Times report about how ICE officials schemed to cover up the deaths of detainees in detention. http://bit.ly/6p2xlX. The online edition includes a link to a horrifying video of an ICE detainee, Mr. Boubacar Bah, who, after mysteriously suffering a skull fracture, was handcuffed while writhing in agony on the floor in his own vomit, then locked-up in an isolation cell for 13 hours without medical treatment and, finally, transported to a hospital in a coma where he later died.


    It would be one thing if death in ICE detention was a rare occurrence. But, unfortunately, it's all too common. In a related article, also published Sunday, the Times reports about other ICE detainee deaths which were the result of substandard medical care and abuse. http://bit.ly/6gJlXu.


    As I sat down to write this blog, I hoped to pen a stinging piece expressing my anger and calling for a full overhaul of ICE's detention system, not just more press releases and empty promises. But the New York Times articles speak for themselves �107 people have died in ICE custody since 2003 (not counting the immigrants who were released shortly before death so they wouldn't be added to the tally). Added to my anger is the revulsion that I feel toward an agency that is not only incompetent to care for those it locks up, but whose bureaucrats conspire to avoid paying detainees' medical bills and hide from bad publicity, rather than attend to immigrants in their custody. It seems not one of the faceless ICE bureaucrats is ever called to answer for his or her transgressions. Indeed, participating in the abuse and neglect of ICE detainees may have resume value. Just ask Nina Dozoretz, who was the longtime manager of ICE's Division of Immigration Health Services and Vice President of the Nakamoto Group, a company that, according to the Times, was hired by the Bush administration to monitor ICE detention. Dozoretz reportedly participated in the ICE conference calls where officials debated ways to avoid paying for Boubacar Bah's medical care, and came up with a scheme to shift the costs to his indigent relatives before he died. Shockingly, she was recently hired by the Obama administration to overhaul the ICE detainee healthcare system (I guess I won't hold my breath waiting for positive change I can believe in as it relates to ICE health care).

    The abuse is not limited to ICE detainees who are unfortunate enough to become ill or injured while in custody. Last month Chris Crane, Vice President of the Detention and Removal Operations of the union representing approximately 7,200 ICE employees who work in detention and removal operations, testified before the U.S. Congress. He described the abuse faced by immigrants detained at facilities run by private contractors and seriously questioned ICE's will to investigate and police the system.


    I have been told that some contract workers in certain facilities have allegedly engaged in consensual sexual misconduct with detainees and it has also been alleged that there have been instances in which contract guards have raped female detainees. It is also alleged that contractors are smuggling contraband into the detention facilities. In areas near the southern border of the United States where contract workers also assist with the transportation of detainees, it has been alleged that contract guards have been involved in, and arrested for, smuggling foreign nationals into the United States. If any of these allegations are true, it certainly begs the question, "what is ICE doing to stop these problems?" As one veteran ICE officer stated to me last week, during a conversation regarding contract guards smuggling contraband into detention facilities in his area, "ICE managers are well aware of the problems in the contract facilities, but don't seem interested in doing anything about it." While this statement may surprise many in the American public, it would not surprise ICE employees who are well aware of problems within ICE management and the unethical manner in which ICE internal investigations are conducted.


    Frankly, I have read enough articles about abuse and death in ICE detention. There can be no doubt that the system is corrupt to its core. Can you imagine if, instead, the Times had reported that an American had died in Iranian, North Korean, Cuban, or Syrian custody under similar circumstances? We would all be incensed. The Administration would call for heads to roll, impassioned speeches would thunder on the floor of Congress, and the blogs and media pundits would rage. But the cruelty described by the Times is homegrown. It is endemic to the ICE detention system and will continue unless something is done to stop it.


    Several months ago homeland security secretary Janet Napolitano and ICE assistant secretary John Morton announced a review of the ICE detention operations with the stated goal of creating a "truly civil" detention system. In light of what we now know, that effort is too little, too late. The ICE detention system is a national disgrace, requiring President Obama to take immediate steps to protect the constitutional, civil, and human rights of ICE detainees, including,



    Suspending ICE's detention authority by placing it in receivership with the Department of Justice pending a full investigation of the abuse and deaths in detention;
    Ordering a top to bottom review of ICE, in particular its detention and removal operations, with the goal of overhauling the agency so that the human rights of ICE detainees will be respected and the rule of law enforced; and
    Ordering the Department of Justice to commence appropriate civil and criminal investigations of all deaths in ICE detention and pursue all appropriate civil and criminal remedies.
    We owe it to the families of the 107 people who died in ICE custody to see to it that the abuse, neglect, and deaths are stopped once and for all. Maybe then they will be able to take comfort in the fact that their loved ones did not die in vain.

    https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/186823568153827945-3721695949729474764?l=ailaleadership.blogspot.com


    More... (http://ailaleadership.blogspot.com/2010/01/secret-horror-stories-death-and-abuse.html)




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  • kirupa
    07-21 03:12 AM
    Well, I'm pretty biased since I work on the Expression Blend team :beam:

    Silverlight is a great alternative for the numerous developers who already have knowledge in C# and want a way to port their desktop applications to run on the web. Silverlight 2 is basically a lite version of WPF which is quite a powerful framework for creating desktop apps.

    The combination of Visual Studio for coding and something like Expression Blend for the design makes creating Silverlight applications extremely simple - especially for the numerous individuals out there who don't have any knowledge in ActionScript but do have a more formal background in Java, C++, VB, etc. You can even import and use assets created in 3rd party apps such as Fireworks (which is what I do), Photoshop, etc. as well.

    Temp - you do know that Java is probably one of the most widely used platforms a whole host of applications right? :P



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  • posmd
    03-21 05:11 PM
    Would appreciate you updating this thread once you find out.




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  • Anders �stberg
    January 6th, 2004, 09:32 AM
    I took some photos today in poor light (please, sun...) and had to use ISO 800 to get decent shutter speeds. However, I find this isn't really useful with small birds as the noise basically covers a lot of detail. I find it difficult to on the one hand remove enough noise from the background so sharpening doesn't amplify it too much, and on the other hand leave enough noise so the feather details don't get smoothed out. So, what I did was use the magnetic lasso tool to select the bird (and inversely everything else), and used more Neat Image on the background than on the bird. I wonder if this couldn't be a trick to save some borderline images.

    I'd appreciate if you'd critique these two images: do they look very unnatural to you? It does give almost a 3D effect, but I think I may have gone too far on the backgrounds.

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  • ameryki
    06-27 04:05 PM
    I got the e-mail that card prodn. is ordered. Not sure if i'll get one year or 2 years EAD renewal now. I filed in Nebraska center. I called USCIS and asked them but they are not sure either.. I hate to miss out of 2 yr EAD just 'cos it got approved today but not Monday. Is there any way to appeal for a 2 yr EAD ????

    I think it is 2 years for approvals that occur after June 30th. Which means yours might be a 1 year deal




    Asian
    07-18 04:57 PM
    It is puzzling that EB3 World didn't move a single day. Per my calculations, it should move three months in each month.

    My calcuations were based upon that there are about 100,000 applicants (excluding Indian) between year 2001 and 2005. Currently, China Mexico Philippine's cut off date is the same as ROW. I just assumed that there are about 35,000 visas available for ROW including China, Mexico, and Philipine (the remaining 10,000 for India) per year. In this case, it should move by three months in each month.

    I accept that there are lots of loop holes in my calculations as it didn't move a single day.

    Does anyone have a rough idea how many non Indian applicants out there between year 2001 and 2005?

    I think many of you can do more accurate calculations based upon more reliable sources. Please show me how.

    Many people say uselessness of predictions but I think we can predict to certain extent.




    raysaikat
    04-10 12:34 AM
    On Dec 14, 2007, I received an I-140 RFE for "ability to pay the offered wage".

    According to the attorney, the RFE was responded to with necessary evidence.

    On Apr 07, 2007 I received a I-140 denial notice stating that the RFE reply wasn't received on time. As a result it caused an automatic I-485 denial as well.

    Now, I am not sure what my options are. Is it possible to ask USCIS to reconsider the case. Can i appeal?

    Please advise.

    Thanks

    Perhaps you can file I-140 again?



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