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  • randallemery
    03-10 10:22 PM
    Immigration Press Briefing
    9:00 am PST, February 28, 2006

    This week the AFL-CIO Committee on Immigration adopted one of the most innovative and progressive frameworks for achieving real comprehensive immigration reform. As it stands today, our immigration system is nothing more than a blueprint for exploitation of both foreign and native-born workers. Overhaul of our nation's broken immigration laws is long overdue.

    We believe that America deserves a more just and democratic immigration system that protects the interests of ALL workers within our borders-immigrants and U.S.-born workers alike.

    It's a tragedy that instead of advocating for permanent relief to the millions of undocumented workers already in this country, paying taxes and contributing to their communities, our nation's leaders continue to push for the same old hollow policies that if enacted will only drive immigrants further into the shadows of American society while allowing employers to depress labor protections and standards for ALL workers within our borders.

    Instead of comprehensive reform, many of our leaders continue to look to outdated temporary guestworker programs as a cure-all solution. Real immigration reform cannot and should not be designed primarily to enlarge guestworker programs that have served only to provide greedy employers with a steady stream of vulnerable, indentured workers they may exploit for commercial gain.

    This week AFL-CIO unions have voted on a landmark resolution that breaks away from this oppressive guestworker mold and offers a more just and viable solution that will benefit all workers. To be effective, comprehensive immigration reform must include three key, interdependent goals: 1) reform proposals MUST provide a clear and well-defined path to permanent residency for those workers already here and contributing to their communities 2) our laws must include uniform enforcement of workplace standards to ensure a more just and level playing field and 3) to achieve a blanket standard of workplace right, we MUST reject outdated guestworker constructs that by their very nature harm the interests of foreign and U.S born workers alike.

    The horrific abuses suffered by workers in the first such program, the post -World War II bracero program, are well documented and indisputable. And although most people like to think of bracero programs as a phenomenon of the past, the reality is that their legacy of exploitation and abuse continues to thrive in contemporary American society through modern guestworker programs such as the H1-B and H2-B. President Junemann will talk more about how employers take advantage of H1-Bs and exploit workers while eroding wages and workplace standards within the high tech industry

    We believe that there is absolutely no good reason why any immigrant who comes to this country prepared to work, to pay taxes, and to abide by our laws and rules should be relegated to this repressive, second-class guestworker status.

    To embrace the expansion of temporary guestworker programs is to embrace the creation of an undemocratic, two-tiered society.

    To combat this model, the AFL-CIO has put forth a more humane and democratic alternative. We propose that if employers can demonstrate a real need for outside workers, these workers should be allowed into our country with the SAME RIGHTS AND LABOR PROTECTIONS of any U.S. citizen. When there is a real need for foreign workers, we should embrace these workers NOT as "guests" but as FULL members of society --as PERMANENT RESIDENTS with full rights and full mobility that greedy employers may NOT exploit.

    What immigrant workers need is a real path to legalization and a method for addressing America's future needs for outside labor in a way that guarantees immigrant workers--and thus ALL workers--full rights, and a real voice on the job. As a nation that prides itself on fair treatment and equality, we simply cannot settle for anything less.

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  • ganguteli
    02-27 01:42 PM
    IMO, you should spend the money yourself instead of depending on the company for GC expenses...

    Why are you worried about the money? Go hire a lawyer and get your GC process started, asking your manager/HR just for the paperwork support. That way it is easier for you and easier for them too...IMO, Asking the company to bear the expenses for GC is too much, especially in this economy.

    As far as H1 is concerned, I guess you need to be in constant touch with your manager and press the issue till she talks to the immigration people and move from there. Talk to your supervisor and ask his help to move the paperwork faster. May be he/she can in turn talk to the HR person to speed things up, without the baloney you are hearing from HR. Also, talk to the lawyer and offer your HR manager that the lawyer can speak to her directly about the issue to speed up things...

    In the meantime, keep your options open and look for another job so that you can transfer your H1 and start fresh...Hopefully if this option works, don't make the mistake of waiting for HR to start your GC process...Just be proactive and do it on your own...

    Why are you giving illegal advice on the forum.
    GC and H1 is employer application and employer should pay for it. It is the law.

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  • immigrant2007
    09-26 12:46 AM
    time to sart a campaign.....hey I am legal, I applied for GC in 2001 and govt will give it to me after it has given to all 245i, and everyone and that happens to be in 2012, so how abt guys in 2002,2003,2004?
    When it was time to give GC govt wasted all our numbers now they dont want to give us.

    BTW is there really a law that disallows using unused visa number for a given fiscal year oafter the end of that fiscal year? If so where is it and how does it read like?

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  • shreekhand
    12-08 05:40 PM
    First off, you are in no way required to be there for 6 months. Secondly, you are not paid and have a GC, for God's sake...just move on and earn.

    Thirdly, you can ask them to lay you off, at least you would get Unemployment Insurance Benefit (remember this has nothing to do with any Naturalization or state burden issues.)

    How long would you stay in fear ???


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  • dealsnet
    10-22 09:18 AM
    Now I have seen many people filed on June 2007 get GC approvals. Now onwards their number is keep on increasing. Please put your details on this thread to see the trend. I think all Jun 2007 filers will get GC for the 2008 quota. Provided their I-140 is approved and NC is cleared.
    My details
    EB2 India
    PD-2004 JAN 11
    I-140 Aug 2nd 2007 approved
    RD June 22nd
    FP Aug 21 2007
    AP & EAD approved


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  • immiusa
    08-14 03:00 PM
    You did good thing by not sending unnecessary documentation. It is your bad luck to have an RFE for unnecessary documentation.

    Some times people do send the few additional document even if they are not required. This could lead to a problem.

    Ex: While attending a personal interview at a USA consulate. Every body suggests "Answer to question", not more and not less. The same rule should apply

    People send extra documentation as a precautionary measure. But an IO officer may not understand the necessity of the document and send you an RFE. which would potentially delay the approval process.


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  • FredG
    October 24th, 2004, 06:38 PM
    I wondered what the first would look like if the background (horizon) were hidden. Then you did exactly that in the second one. I think I like it better when you can see more of the background. Without that, I found myself wondering what the fence was hiding. I thought more about what wasn't there than about what was.

    The third is my favorite with a nice blend of colors as a backdrop for a story of numerous dead parts that used to be a functional whole.

    I found the green grass distracting in the last image. After thinking about it for a while, I decided it was a story of a structure at the end of its life. The green grass seemed out of place because it was too alive and too close. Similar comment on the white (ceramic?). Everything else is worn, faded, rusted. Not sure if that makes sense. But the only life in the picture is way out on the horizon, far removed from this remote graveyard.

    I like the setting. It reminds me of chasing pheasants in Iowa.

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  • prabasiodia
    08-13 07:46 PM
    This is the link to USCIS - FBI joint initiative where they plan to clear all the backlog by June 2009 to acceptable limits: http://www.uscis.gov/files/article/NameCheck_2Apr08.pdf

    This is the link to Aytes' memo where he directs to approve I-485 if NC Pending > 180 days: http://www.uscis.gov/files/pressrelease/DOC017.PDF. Unfortunately, the IO officers are oblivious to this memo.


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  • gchopes
    04-25 12:38 PM
    Hi all,

    I received an RFE on my I-140. I responded to NSC last week with what was requested in RFE. NSC acknowledged receipt of my response. How long do you think it would take for them to take a decision on my case (non-premium process).


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  • pappu
    10-02 05:35 PM
    thanks Nycgal for sending the mail.
    Only one member has sent the email today.! We need everyone's participation in order to make things happen for us. Each media article is important for us and creates awareness for our cause. When each member participates in our effort we are sure to get better results.


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  • chumki
    12-18 02:21 PM
    gcwait2007 ,

    I was told that filing AC-21 memo to CIS is NOT mandatory under law.

    why do I "have to " to file it?

    one concern i have is that I joined the current company BEFORE 180 days (just 14 days before) as I got laid off from my pevious employer and the previous employer will NOT revoke the I-140

    If I file AC-21 now, Will not USCIS find out that I joined before 180 days and find out I was laid off and cause unnecessary complications with RFE etc?

    Please advise your thoughts

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  • crystal
    07-07 10:31 PM
    Why you are spamming all the thread with the same message. We already have two thread for this video Great job.. This is exactly what we need.. National coverage on this issue..



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  • ita
    01-10 05:00 PM
    While filling the application online for parents visa interview what would be a better answer for the following questions:

    Who Will Pay For Your Trip?

    What would be a better answer?
    Children(in U.S)
    Does it even matter?

    Are Any of The Following Persons in The U.S., or Do They Have U.S. Legal Permanent Residence or U.S. Citizenship? *
    Mark YES or NO and indicate that person's status in the U.S. (i.e., U.S. legal permanent resident, U.S. citizen, visiting, studying, working, etc.).
    Bother/Sister etc.

    Would it be better to say ?

    Mention about the people(siblings of parents) that are here

    Was this Application Prepared by Another Person on Your Behalf? *
    (If answer is YES, then have that person complete item 40.)

    Should we say

    No (When actually Children are filling the application.)

    Please Advice
    Thank you.

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  • gk_2000
    08-16 07:12 PM
    EAD??? HAH!! Dream on...

    The 485 wouldn't even be applied for then how EAD would be possible

    Actually all these steps seem meaningless. They should give GC to those who want and are eligible. Period


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  • sunnymit
    02-18 03:35 PM
    Thanks everyone for your responses... I guess I have some thinking to do to see if I can get upgraded to EB2.

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  • kaisersose
    04-16 03:17 PM
    i am in similar situation for my wife too ... she entered in h4 but is working on EAD now. So, could someone plz let me know wat is her current immigration status ? cos, i don't see a status "EAD" on the dropdown when I try to eFile.

    EAD is not a status like H-1 or H-4.

    The status should be AOS , pending 485, etc.


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  • transmit
    March 28th, 2005, 03:36 AM
    Yes, the SB800 is the best option for a flash with the D70 (http://www.noendpress.com/pvachier/cameras/nikon_D70.php). As for lenses, depends on what you need. I think the 50mm 1.8 is a great lens for only $100. Works very well for wider portraits and any kind of low light photography. If you have the money to spend, the 12-24 is also a very useful lens.

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  • poorslumdog
    10-12 12:26 PM
    Hi Guys,

    I understand that there are antis here...but it doesnt mean that everyone is anti and even real issue needs to be avoided. Ron hira and Simple1 just became paraniod. I would appreciate if anyone has any proper info...

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  • Junky
    09-10 08:05 AM
    You are late my friend:D, ppl have already started 3 seperate thread on this.



    10-21 04:32 PM
    Reviewed by the judiciary commitee... they are reviewing it...

    On asking about the timeline the lady at that no. said she
    didnt know by what time will they be done ...

    You profile has no information...

    07-22 04:50 PM
    If you go to this site: http://www..com/usa-immigration-trackers/i485-tracker1/

    you will see that people that got USCIS I485 receipts, are those whose forms reached USCIS on Jun 25th. That would mean that as of last week USCIS was entering in the cases that came in in the end of Jun. They are not doing July filers yet....
    My best bet is that they will begin doing July filers in the middle of next week (7/25) or even later and we will start seeing checks cleared by that date....

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