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  • jthomas
    03-07 02:34 PM
    Let me know how to send $25/-

    Jose thomas

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  • paskal
    12-20 12:40 PM
    I just made my contribution thru PayPal.

    You are setting a great example for all members...
    c'mon everyone, it's time to rise to the occasion.

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  • ragz4u
    04-12 10:07 AM
    of a fortune 500 company. Going by his email and profile, most countries and organizations would die to hire him. But, he is stuck in backlog. :(

    Guys, please send us your stories, we can compile a list of all the stories and pass them on to senators for them to see how US will lose if they do not care about highly skilled immigrants

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  • sabhayk
    05-02 01:49 PM
    Mine was also applied on 23rd in the Masters cap. No notice yet. They say it will take some weeks. Hopefully it should come soon as the site says only 22 left to be receipted.


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  • chanduy9
    07-07 10:17 PM
    Where is this address on USCIS web site. I cannot find it .Can someone post the link . I want to verify before I send the flowers

    You can see all the details in the first page.

    4 short to 100


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  • goosetavo
    06-17 08:23 PM
    I also joined the group in DC and wow! What a rush! I did not attend the 2007 rally and have regreted it ever since, so when Aman asked me to join this time around I was 100% ready.


    1) The training we received on Sunday was outstanding, the IV core group is very experienced in lobbying our Congress folks, but they need manpower! So we were all there to learn and prepare.

    2) Meeting so many people in my same situation was enlightening and uplifting, you could feel the energy in the room and a hundred people getting ready to change the world!

    3) Monday and Tuesday were incredibly hectic. I figured out how to navigate the House and Senate office buildings sort of by the end of the first day, once you see all the tunnels you start to get the hang of it.

    4) We met with staffers from Congressional offices from the west coast mostly and some from the east coast. Some of the were clearly our allies, some others not so clear, although many pedged to support our provision even if they would not support CIR as a whole for example. This was very encouraging.

    5) DC was a buzz with tlka of the November elections and how that will affect the agenda for 2011, luckily we were there to start shaping it!

    6) Several staffers were aware of our issues (thanks to IV efforts), but they still don't know the subtle details like per-country quotas, AC21 interpretations and other issues that impact us. That's why we need to reach out in DC as well as our districts.

    7) Highlights were meeting with White House staffers and an actual Senator, I was very impressed. The Sen. was aware of our issues (although some confusion with H1B) but the staffers were very aware. I feel we really touched a nerve and made her realize the gravity of the situation for many.

    8) We met with the Microsoft government affairs people in DC and the outlook was bleak, they were in full damage-control around the Sanders-Grassley ammendment that would essentially throw out visa and GC holders from companies that had done or needed to do layoffs. WE NEED TO ADVOCATE FOR OURSELVES! WE CAN'T RELY ON CORPORATIONS TO DO IT FOR US!

    9) The reception on Tuesday evening was a great opportunity to meet other lobbyists that are our allies and discuss next steps and serve a s a capstone for a job well done.

    Great work on organizing this IV! We all need to support IV so that these events can keep happening and our cause can gain more visibility!


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  • walking_dude
    11-19 02:43 PM
    Stop eating junk food. It's bad for your health. Save the money that you'd spend on burgers, soda pops, french fries, pizzas and other fattening fast food. You'll be surprised by how much you have saved in a month (and lost weight too).

    Donate the money saved to IV. It's good for your health and also good for your GC aspirations.

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  • Sherman_tribiani
    09-07 10:04 PM
    Ya, and I have heard the stories that mankind was originated in Africa. So that does not mean I can claim citizenship of Africa. These things are earned and not asked for. Do you have in you to earn this?

    Every race is an immigrant for this country(except native americans.)
    Infact this country is built up by the immigrants.
    Please shut your mouth get the heck out of here.


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  • nixstor
    04-10 03:51 PM
    From the AILA Doc:

    USCIS can now announce that the cap of 20,000 on these exempt cases remains open and that
    USCIS will continue to monitor these filings.

    That means - US-MS petitions on and before APril 9 are safe and USCIS is still accepting US-MS applications


    I guess so.

    If we add up the 119K and 13K (masters) it is around 132K. if they have received only one application per packet, the counting is almost over except for the 1000 odd applications and the masters cap is wide open as Mr Oh said. It would have been good if they said how many packets still need to be processed.

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  • saileshdude
    08-26 09:36 AM
    I think the IO just say anything that comes into their mind because they know nobody's there to hold them accountable during the interview process. Thats why I think one should take an attorney along during the interview process if they think their case maybe little complicated. At least the attorney can step in when it comes to the IOs denying your application improperly. Does anyone think this is a good idea to be on safer side?


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  • Administrator2
    09-18 12:04 AM
    madhuvj or GCStatus,

    Thanks for your suggestion. But the problem is its not that simple. Here is why. If the same individual create multiple IDs on IV and post using multiple IDs, one for posting derogatory comments and others that are not derogatory, we can keep mum to a point, but then it just gets too frustrating. Like in this case, madhuvj and GCStatus is the same person posting from the same machine but posting as if you are two different individuals. Hence my posts. Please stop this and email/pm us your phone number and we will start the transition process. We are sure you will do a better job than us.

    You see, just like everyone else, we also have limited number of hours in a day. We can either spend our time looking at who is using multiple forum ids to post similar messages creating a false impression for other forum visitor, like the one projected in 'if i can be blunt' thread, or we can spend our time doing things better than looking for duplicate forum ids. Your actions are not helping anyone, including yourself. Hope you understand.

    I know you guys have been doing a great job. I joined around july last year and have been a regular visitor to your site. Actually, I was just active on the thread that GCStatus has started. I dont think he ever used derogatory statements against any of the admin. Infact, he has posted for a help from admin on more than 4 occassions with out any proper response. Actually, If you look at this thread, it was some one else who had commented admins are on vacation and will not be back until july 2009. It was not GCStatus who said that. He just replied to that . He had no clue about what you guys are up to. So let us stop this leadership fight. Now that, you have clearly told you cannot hardwire that thread on the front page. Well, we cant do much about it now, since we are at your help here. If you think, GCStatus has said any thing bad about you, please can you post it, because i did not find any comments about admin.


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  • swede
    09-08 09:42 AM
    Sherman is just some teenager, trying to throw some crazy ideas he has, at IV, and see if they stick.

    Sherman, I'm glad you are trying to find answers by talking to IV. Though, you have a lot to read up on about immigration.
    US has always had strong immigration. That is why US is where it is today. It would be impossible for any country to grow that fast without immigration.

    Immigration today versus 100 years ago are very different.
    100 years ago, the only requirement to get into the US was that you were not too sick to work and then you got your green card within 3 to 5 hours(!).
    Today, you need to have education, a job before you even get here, your job has be verified that no American can do it instead, you can not be sick, you have to prove you or someone else has financial means for you to live here, you have to be fingerprinted, can not committed any crimes in the world and more and more. And on top of that you have to wait 5 to 10+ years to get a GC.

    I recommend a trip to Elli's Island i New York. It was fun to hear Americans awwing when they heard the poor immigrants back then sometimes had to stay at Ellis Island for weeks, when they were sick. Comparing a few weeks to the years(!) it takes today, I think many would easily pick a few weeks wait over 10 years wait.
    Not everything has improved.


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  • buehler
    06-18 08:32 AM
    If you're worried, the easiest thing to do is to have the name changed in the passport. The Consulate doesn't ask for any questions and issues the new passport within a day. For my friend, the first name and the last name were interchanged and getting the new passport was a breeze.

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  • vhershe
    08-14 01:52 PM
    I-140 approved on May 31, 2007 from Texas center.

    I-485, EAD, AP applications sent at Texas center.
    Mailed documents June 30th.
    Documents reached USCIS July 2nd in the morning.

    I-140 - LUD was August 5, 2007

    Checked with employer-Checks encashed on August 13, 2007.
    Got 6 SRC #s. 3 for me and 3 for my spouse.


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  • laborfd
    07-17 10:39 PM
    Hats off to core IV group and all the members who supported IV.
    Thank you all. :)

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  • ItIsNotFunny
    03-09 03:05 PM
    Pledged $25, donated $50

    Special respect from me too!


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  • dvb123
    07-09 08:48 PM
    280,000 PERM for 2007

    Latest Statistics of PERM Labor Certification

    Recently, DOL has published the new statistics about PERM labor certification program.

    Cumulative Production Statistics From March 28, 2005 to June 1, 2007
    During this period, the total amount of application received is 204,280, 183,411 of these were filed by PERM on-line submission and the rest 20,869 applications were filed by mail-in submission. Enhancements to the PERM on-line system are improving the quality of applications received.

    Can somebody pls remove that stupid red dots that I have received ?

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  • mjdup
    12-19 04:29 PM
    Common folks, we are so close to the half mark of $60K, let's wrap up by tonight and then set ourselves to next target, by the time new year starts up we need all available cycles to work on calling lawmakers to bring out agenda to forefront...

    so, $30K by tonight, I see anurakt pulling his check book out or probably verifying the 3 digit number in his cc....

    let's do !

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  • qasleuth
    02-25 12:30 PM
    Can we get the Stubborn IV Core moving :mad:?

    Now you deserve a sanju response :) go for it man !

    09-07 10:23 PM
    I think he is telling the truth. Otherwise we would have almost 100% attendance for the rally. But it does not seem like. So, i think we "so called higly educated and qualified" need to think about it.

    Maybe so. He like many other people (esp. on TV) has a hidden agenda in his message. Why does he want you to contact him thru email? I for one stay away or get swayed by anyone on this board esp. if it their second post. All I can say is good marketing, sorry but tough luck.

    09-18 12:14 AM
    You joined just one month ago and started accusing IV because they did not reply to your PM. We get several PMs, emails, phone calls everyday. We try to attend as many as possible. However we also have our jobs and life. Not every IV core member comes to the forum to post messages. There are several things we do for this cause that is not forum management work.

    If we had an office with a customer service department, we could answer everyone. If people want good customer service from IV, are they willing to provide help through their spouse who does not work and stay at home? In the last 2.5 we have posted several times, but only a handful of members offered help through their spouses to volunteer for IV. After initial start, almost all disappeared within 15 days because there was no money and appreciation by members in this volunteer effort. They preferred to find own jobs and make money. So tell me if you are willing to help out in managing our customer service 24/7?

    This is for everyone:

    Stop accusing IV if your greencard is not coming soon enough. As Admin2 said, we try to reply to people and help them. However in the last 2.5 years, we never had a single IV member calling us to thank us for helping them. This year everyone is able to file for a 2 year EAD. It was possible because of our effort during the admin fix campaign early this year. So many members are today enjoying the 2 year EAD and do not have to worry about renewing it every year. We have not heard a single member thanking us for it. While we are not here to ask for thank you notes, it is discouraging to hear members coming every week and opening threads accusing IV leadership just because visa bulletin was not in their favor. 2 months ago, these members were ignoring IV action item requests and only thinking about own cases and criticizing EB3s on the threads. Put yourself in our shoes and try to do what we are trying to do. Take out that many number of hours everyday for IV as we do. Go on your own expense to DC and meet lawmakers. Get threats from anti-immigrants and still continue to work on this effort without fear.

    There is a thread for high five campaign. How many of us have really contributed a mere 5 dollar for it? The community of more than 30 thousand has failed to raise even 5K in more than 2 months and yet we want to see results. 5K is not even enough to file your own greencard case and you want to lobby with it and fight with anti-immigrants who spend millions opposing us? Where is IV membership now when we need them? Is the IV membership ready to take the blame for its failure?

    Today everyone is talking about sending clocks, letters or even has the courage to send emails to USCIS. 2.5 years ago people were scared to do any of this. Nobody was talking about employer problems or lawyer problems. There was no action item. There was no awareness. But today we have changed all that. This is IV's biggest achievement.

    So before you start pointing fingers at IV, pose a question to yourself. Have you done enough for this cause? We need threads to translate into action and results. Your contribution for IV should not be how many threads and posts you have created but what you have done for the community.

    As we have always said, join your state chapters and if your chapter is not active, make it active. Be a leader. Use your energy to lead the effort and travel to DC and meet lawmaker offices. Meet lawmakers in your area. Make phone calls, write letters. But don't just create threads with ideas. We need people to work on those ideas.

    Remember each one of us is responsible for IV's success and failure and IV is everyone.

    Pappu, you make more sense. Let me know how i can help you. ( no accusing bud ). Its your fellow admin who is turning into a comedian.