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  • nandakumar
    01-31 09:41 AM
    just voted, currently, the questions are 16 & 24 in the most popular tab.





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  • ItIsNotFunny
    11-10 03:40 PM
    I would keep it simple. H1 is a very solid backup in current market. I just don't want to close any options.





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  • funny
    09-17 11:24 AM
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  • Libra
    01-31 10:42 AM
    also please send letters to WH and IV.



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  • DSLStart
    09-17 01:11 PM
    Why don't IV lobbysts take them to nicest Indian cuisine in DC? ;)

    Instead of having chinese,, they can have the indian food, with kabobs, tandorri chicken and naan.. that might wet their appetite for HR5882.. cheers





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  • smartboy75
    10-01 01:36 PM
    Another intresting update...

    I just checked the USCIS website and found out that the approved H1 which has been reopened has a Last Updated date of 09/30/2007....

    09/30/2007 was a Sunday...why is USCIS working on the case on Sunday ???



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  • rajuram
    02-14 12:08 AM
    I think many a times we over analyze things. It does not matter what the common people think about legal immigrants. Most people do not care. Even if they do, it does not affect us in any way, because rules are made by politicians not by men in the streets. And most polticians do care about immigrants, but only the illegals ones, because it is their future vote bank. For legals the only hope is companies like Microsoft, with a big fat wallet. Just pray that the economy keeps going at the current pace or else there could more trouble for us.



    Leadership or Money is not issue for getting results. Why there is so much oppositon to H1b and GC increase? There is a fear in certain american people that they may lose job to the low wage H1b people. Is anyone either corportions or Pro-immigrants trying to remove the fear? Is skill bill has any protection to american workers? We want to increase to h1b or gc without botherng the impact. Now USA really need more h1bs and gcs. But are we suggesting anything when job growth stops or recession happens? Rememember so many people were laid off between 2000 to 2003 including H1b people and Americans but that time also most of 195k h1b was used. I knew lot of people
    those who lost the job because of outsourcing and H1b. They struggled for couple of years and and now most of them are in good positon because job market improved. Bold decison will be H1 increase or Gc increase with complete protection to American people and adjustment when demand decreases. Otherwise even h1b or gc is increased by lobbying or politics hatred may increase that is not good for immigration.





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  • amitjoey
    12-22 02:29 PM
    Dear Sir/Madam

    I have been in the country Legally on a student visa and then on a work visa for 10 years. I have been in line and have applied for a greencard 6 years ago and my application has been shuttled through various departments and agencies in a 4 step procedure and now being stalled for want of a number (An immigrant number) for a highly skilled immigrant. There are an estimated 1/2 million legal law abiding, tax paying individuals in a similar situation who need your attention. All of them are in the country on a work visa and are in line to recieve an employment based green card.

    The Employment based green card system is completely broken due to excessive delays and backlogs in petitions of nearly half a million highly skilled workers who are certified by US Government to be doing a job that no US citizen is willing, qualified or able to do. The delays in obtaining a permanent residency are due to 2 reasons: Numerical caps on employment-based green cards and processing delays in adjudication of files. Today the system takes anywhere between 6-12 years to grant Green cards to some of the best and brightest of the world who have chosen America as their future home.

    These future Americans are facing huge quality of life issues and their employers are facing difficulty in attracting more of the best and brightest of the world due to the broken system. The system prevents these workers from accepting promotions and switching jobs for the time-period it takes to process their files. By stagnating career growth and suffocating the creativity of the most innovative and technical minds of the world.
    The processing delays mock America�s respect for those who �play by the rules� and get in line. At the same time USCIS awards 10s of thousands of greencards to people every year outside of USA based on a pick or lottery.

    At the end of 2006, there were an estimated 200,000 employment-based principals waiting for labor certification, which is the first step in the U.S. immigration process. The number of pending I-140 applications, the second step of the immigration process, stood at 50,132. This was over seven times the number in 1996. The number of employment-based principals with approved I-140 applications and unfiled or pending I-485s, or the last step in the immigration process, was 309,823, a threefold increase from a decade earlier. Overall, there were 500,040 employment-based principals (in the three main employment visa categories of EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3) waiting for legal permanent residence. And the total including family members was 1,055,084.

    These numbers are particularly troubling when you consider there are only around 120,000 visas available for skilled immigrants in the EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 categories. To make things worse, no more than 7 percent of the visas are allocated to immigrants from any one country. So immigrants from countries with large populations like India and China have the same number of visas available (8,400) as those from Iceland and Poland.

    At the same time, a debate rages about H-1B visas and this gets considerable press coverage. Companies such as Microsoft, Intel, and Oracle have been lobbying for visas to bring in skilled immigrants, but have focused on expanding the numbers of H-1B visas available. Why? Perhaps because workers on these visas are desirable, as they are less likely to leave their employers during the decade or more they are waiting for permanent residence.

    So we want skilled immigrants, but we want them to come on the right visas as permanent residents. The battles being fought are about bringing in more people with H-1B visas�not about those who are already here with them and stranded in �immigration limbo.�

    Unlike many of the problems facing the United States, this one isn�t hard to fix. All we have to do is to increase the number of visas offered to skilled workers in the EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 categories from 120,000 to around 300,000 per year. And we need to remove the per-country limits. Instead of requiring graduates from top universities who receive jobs from American corporations to go through the tedious H-1B visa process, we should provide a direct path to permanent residence. We are now competing with the rest of the world for the best talent. We need to do all we can to attract and keep skilled immigrants, rather than bring them here temporarily, train them, and send them home.
    One more most important aspect is also to provide an oversight over USCIS. Presently, processing delays, lost paperwork, incourteous and bad customer service and above all a non-transparent system is what immigrants face. Why should legal tax paying immigrants wait in line patiently for half a decade and pay high fees to get lousy customer service and no accountability for fees?.


    Yours truely,
    Frustrated, law abiding, tax paying immigrant



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  • Leo07
    12-02 09:07 PM
    One quick and dirty one is to...people who want to 'Add to Reputation' of posts...need to buy:)

    I can't believe...I got few red dots....for this post. These Red dots that many of our IVers donate so generously need to be purchased in order to give it to anybody next time.

    Just kidding, don't take this seriously. Some people found this post 'illogical' :)

    Events with food, music and lots of other fun and all the money goes to IV. We need to form workgroups for doing this in every state.





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  • NKR
    07-02 08:17 AM
    Some of the reasons I can think of�

    Employers will be right in the eyes of the law since there will be an agreement signed by both parties, the law does not care if the agreement was signed under duress, under mild threat or when the employee was ignorant.

    Employer is legally bound to pay only what is in the LCA, that amount will be way less than what you get by pay rise, percentage or whatever. So when the employee leaves the employer could keep majority of the share and give only what is mentioned in LCA.

    Good employers treat both their current employees as well as old employees equally and that is how they grow, but bad employers don�t. They do not want the employee to leave when they do not have a GC yet, so they will try all the tricks in the book (perfectly legal but highly unethical and totally unprofessional) to keep him saying that if an RFE shows up, they might not be able to respond in time if they are not with them.

    They do not find projects, but since the employee is on their payroll, he will find a job himself to remain in status. Here too the employer has not broken any law.

    In all of the above instances do you have a case to sue the employer?. No, even if you do have a case do you sue them?. No, cause you need them and then history repeats�.



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  • chicago60607
    09-17 11:08 AM
    Voting is still going on in the house ...........





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  • baladev
    07-15 03:41 AM
    Me and my couple of other friends singed just now. But my question, is this petition enough to fire this guy or atleast anyaction wub be taken againt this guy by CNN......i doubt



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  • indigo10
    04-05 06:27 PM
    Alex, you Rock !!!

    Though your case is weak(in my personal opinion because you seem to have entered US uninvited), A complaint against the employer may unravel some strong cases when the investigation happens.

    This is from my experience:
    Few years ago, some one complained against our employer about back wages and we all benefited from it. Our employer had to pay the wages for the vacations that we took (supposedly paid vacation) which they would not have paid, if the investigation had not occurred.





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  • apb
    02-16 03:22 PM
    CPO mail for both of us.
    Thanks everybody for all the wishes.



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  • Maverick1
    11-14 12:02 PM
    ........................
    I don't give a damn who he is, or how strong he is. All I care is me and my family might get mugged by the poison he's spewing, and how to stop him in his tracks. That's enough of a motivation to do my best to stop him.



    That's why I say it - You are the victim. You should care.


    Did I make myself clear!

    So you made the problem statement which every one around here knows. What are your action items for poor souls like me who do not know how to take on, a person with successful TV show , using a placard and a megaphone ? What would be your solution ?





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  • gc28262
    03-22 11:22 AM
    >> AC21 memo is a real memo.
    Wow, what an ignorance. May I ask, what do you mean by "real memo".

    Read previous post and get enlightened. I can't believe that you guys even don't have distinctions about law, CFR, and memos.

    AC-21 is law.

    Hope it helps.


    ________________
    Not a legal advice.

    I was referring to "AC21 Memo" not the "AC21 law".
    I agree with your statement that AC21 is a law.



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  • ak27
    08-04 01:04 PM
    You may want to visit your congressmen/congresswomen and try to help from him/her.This might take a while without doing anything. My background check has been pending since dec 2009, I have not done anything yet because my PD is not current. I will be requesting their help next month or as soon as my PD is current. IV has helped some folks who were stuck for long time. May be you can request their assistance. This is BC process could be pain ....





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  • add78
    05-09 12:08 PM
    ICICI Lombard or Tata AIG for Indian Parents.
    Look up the plans and read fine prints.





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  • zoozee
    12-13 12:46 PM
    Yes' Paid membership for IV is definitely a good idea.

    Regards.





    pansworld
    12-03 06:46 PM
    I just thought I will play the devil's advocate.

    It could be that $100 or $50 is a big amount for people. Maybe people do not make $80K a year, just half of that (there are may H1Bs like that). Micro-payments may be a better option for some people. Do we want to disallow those contributions as well? People who want to pay will pay and people who do not want to pay will not pay. I guess we just have to make sure that we donot deny the people who want to pay but cannot. :)

    I am willing to go along with monthly payments as there seems to be a consensus on this forum that it is the best option.

    Cheers

    Thanks for your contribution.

    Right, IV is not officially promoting this, and rightly so... every contributing member will then sign up for $10 a month, everyone else will complain about why it is not $5 a month.

    What I meant is, if someone wants to contribute $60 over 6 months, they can do it rightaway. Just paypal it to donations at immigrationvoice.org, then remember to do it again after 6 months.

    Why wait for IV to lay the red carpet, when you can walk in right now?

    If there is the WILL, there is a way. But if you decide to wait for some scheme to sign up thousands of $10 contributors, then the day WILL never come.

    This is not targetted to you, but this is for anyone & everyone who has been "considering" contributing for the last seveal weeks/months/years thinking about it everyday over a $2.5 cafe latte.





    amar123
    04-18 05:28 PM
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