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  • picky
    06-19 07:38 PM
    Heres my entry. I call it the iOtter. Anyone else here addicted to otter pops?

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  • sagar_nyc
    11-03 05:06 PM
    May i know what kind of decisions we are making based on different priority dates of members in EB3
    Please Vote, this is one of the best way to know, where we stand. Make a lil easy in making further decisions.

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  • mjdup
    07-15 09:55 PM
    good job !

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  • gc28262
    11-02 11:43 PM
    Let us give a send off to the guy who started this thread.

    If he is a GC aspirant he doesn't deserve it.

    If he is an anti-immigrant, he doesn't deserve to be in this country. He is here by accident. ( birth)


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  • acecupid
    06-14 01:30 PM
    Oh yeah .. but that is provided I can file my 485 by that time. Given my PD was just May 06, I had NO preparation for 485 filing, wonder how much time gathering up all the required docs takes for this filing :)

    Usually everyone has all the documents. The most common missing document is the birth certificate. It has to be in english if not translation is required. Plus, it should match your name is passport exactly. Otherwise, the american gori is always there as backup :) hehe..:D

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  • pitha
    02-01 12:09 PM
    Same old blah blah blah we cannot and should not keep reacting to such nonsense. A fraction of what he told is true but he is blowing it out of proportion. Lets not post such nonsense here which is the standard stump speech of anti immigration folks


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  • santb1975
    07-01 09:33 PM
    Let us list our the reasons for not complaining

    If you are on a H1B

    - Employer is withholding pay for 4-8 pay periods and leaving the employer would lead to losing the money
    - DOL and USCIS will not be able to recover all the money the employer owes per the employment agreement even if it reported. They might only recover the $$ mentioned on LCA
    - Employer does not run paychecks periodically so it might be hard to find Jobs and do a sucessful transfer of H1B visa and start the Greencard process all over again

    I485 filed cases

    - Employer withholds documentation and/or does not share documentation related to Labor/140 etc to be able to utilize AC21
    - The Job description that was communicated to the employee while filing the Labor does not match the employee's field of work and the employee has not reviewed the LC prior to signing

    Anything else?

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  • ashishgour
    09-17 02:15 PM
    yeah..they are discussing another amendment..Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn


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  • kavita
    12-11 04:16 PM
    I sent my message last month.
    I tried to focus on the economy and made my case of how giving me the green card early could benefit US economy in a small way.

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  • akred
    10-11 11:03 PM
    Nice link. When I looked at list of banks I realised that the 10% is about domestic deposits. How am I eligible for this? How can deposit and get the money back over time?

    You open a resident account in a bank and file an Indian tax return for the earnings. If you need money outside India, you can remit $200,000 per person every year (i.e. $400,000 for a couple), which is a large enough limit for most circumstances.


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  • bskrishna
    06-03 11:11 AM

    Armed with bipartisan support, an Arizona congressman is moving ahead with legislation that could solve a series of illegal immigration issues.

    Rep. Raul Grijalva said the measures will be introduced soon and would provide expedited citizenship for active duty military members who are not U.S. citizens, and permanent resident status for their families.

    House Resolution 6020 would help some of the more than 45,000 noncitizens serving in the U.S. military as of March 2007, said Grijalva, a southern Arizona Democrat.

    ``Some families fear immediate deportation if their noncitizen soldier is killed on active duty,'' he said.

    The bill would permit family members of such soldiers to become lawful permanent residents.

    A second bill calls for basic health care for detained immigrants.

    House Resolution 5950 would set medical care standards for immigrant detainees.

    The secretary of the U.S. Department of Health Services would be required to establish procedures for the timely and effective delivery of health care to detainees and to report the deaths of detainees to the agency and Congress. It would require any necessary medications be provided upon detention.

    Grijalva may not he done yet. The congressman said he is considering co-sponsoring two more immigration bills that have bipartisan support.

    One eliminates the per country limits on foreign workers who can obtain employment-based visas to work in the United States.

    The second would allow about 12,000 masters or doctorate-level graduates of U.S. colleges each year who are noncitizens to obtain green cards to work in science, technology, engineering and math.

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  • srikondoji
    08-25 12:26 PM
    Joke on Free-money-transfer was even highlighted in a movie. Its open secret as to how they offer free-money-transfer service.

    I advise you to close ICICI account and open another account with Federal credit unions. Before you do that, ask if you could use their debit cards in India to with draw money from ATM machines. The conversion rate you get via this method matches with the current rate and you would loose nothng. However, you can only withdraw upto 25 thousand rupees per day.

    ICICI deliberately delays the money transfer so that they can pick a day with lowest conversaion rate. Again the conversion rate they display on their site is off by almost a rupee from the live conversion rate.

    All banks are well protected from laws and you can't do anything about it.



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  • RNGC
    12-15 02:41 PM

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  • gjoe
    10-28 07:19 PM
    I am a registered member not contributing financially so far. I beliefs are as fake as "reverse brain drain". I am neither fake nor anti immigrant. I am not a citizen of the USA nor a permanent member to be anti immigrant. But I always like to try and see if I can walk a mile in their shoes before making tall claims about anything. I beleive the USA govt will really stop the reverse brain drain if it is that big an issue for them without even we trying to tell them.

    Are you going back to your home country?
    If yes, let us all know when?
    Please also post your name and address and we will all come for your farewell party or organize it for you We will also invite media to record it. Once you do it, a lot of people may follow you as an example. But we need someone to start. No better person than you who came up with this idea.
    How does that sound as an idea?

    BTW I fully believe that you are a fake member. Only fake members or anti-immigrants with fake emails and incomplete profiles post use useless threads. The reason is that they are scared. I hope you are none of those.


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  • Oli-G
    06-16 11:33 AM
    Agreed.... the background can distract judgement for better or worse.

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  • smsthss
    09-17 11:26 AM
    this sucks really...till now no video on but no audio...its been that kind of frustration for all of us this entire year !!


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  • cpolisetti
    04-26 01:51 PM
    Anything you could contribute is great, but yeah passing on the message and encouraging others to contribute will be most helpful and that will generate more contributions.

    I haven't seen any other movement as big as this and as productive and valuable as IV core team is doing for immigration community.

    I hope other members will recognize this and donate generously.

    Accept my $50 contribution now. More on the way...
    My other contribution is forwarding the message to all my friends.

    Best of Luck for your work.

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  • sobers
    02-21 11:17 AM
    When the Irish Govt is supporting lobbying by it's ILLEGAL in the U.S, why can't we seek remedies to solve our problems- we are after all, LEGAL immigrants. There is a world of difference!

    Maybe someone should contact the Indian Consul in NY too!

    Irish Immigration Slips Into Reverse
    As Post-9/11 Security Increases Pressure on the Undocumented, Emerald Isle Offers Haven

    By Michelle Garcia
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Monday, February 20, 2006; A03

    NEW YORK -- By now the shipping container carrying Jonathan Langan's material life in the United States has arrived in Ireland. The plush green furniture, his American flag and the construction tools of his trade are all gone from his Queens apartment.

    Langan, a lanky, red-haired Irishman, was bidding a final farewell to his adopted country. He didn't leave for want of work -- his fledgling construction company was booming. Success was his problem. The more prosperous his company became, the more Langan feared he would get snared by immigration agents.

    "You don't want to give off red flags because you're not supposed to be working," said Langan, 24, who lived illegally in the United States for three years. "It's too dangerous, what happens if you get caught."

    The green is draining out of the Irish immigration boom that revitalized neighborhoods across New York over the past two decades. Fear of getting caught in a post-Sept. 11 net coupled with the booming economy in Ireland is drawing thousands of Irish back to the Emerald Isle. Numbers vary on how many have left: The Irish government estimates that about 14,000 Irish returned from the United States since 2001, with more than half of them coming from New York. The Census Bureau reported that between 2000 and 2004, the Irish population throughout the United States shrank by 28,500 people, to 128,000.

    A more vivid picture of the exodus is the Gaelic downtown of the northern Bronx, on the border with Yonkers, where green signs and shamrocks decorate store windows.

    The Padded Wagon, a popular moving company among the Irish, shipped 30 containers to Ireland in the past three months, each containing the possessions of an Irish family. The Irish games -- Gaelic football and hurling -- have suffered losses. More than 200 players returned to Ireland in the past year, said Seamus Dooley, president of the Gaelic Athletic Association, which has its games at Gaelic Park in the Bronx.

    Last month, the Irish minister for social affairs visited New York, to unveil "Returning to Ireland," a guide for Irish preparing for a permanent return trip.

    "A travel agent was saying they had sold 1,700 one-way tickets to Ireland," said Geraldine McNabb, an Irish-born naturalized citizen, while she sipped a cranberry cocktail at a pub. "They're not coming back."

    Post-Sept. 11 security procedures have disrupted life for the city's undocumented Irish, who number about 20,000, according to estimates by Irish officials and activists. Few experience immigration raids in their homes and job sites. In 2005 just 43 Irish nationals were deported from the United States, none from the New York area, according to U.S. immigration officials.

    But federal and state policy changes, the fingerprinting of foreign nationals at airports and a crackdown on driver's licenses have made it much more difficult to hop a plane to visit relatives or drive a car. And tighter scrutiny of banking transactions to prevent the financing of terrorism has scared off families and made starting a business far more dicey.

    "What's more alarming to me is people who've been here for years and years are packing up. Families are moving," said Nollaig Cleary, president of the women's division of the New York Gaelic Athletic Association. "You've had the community people who set up business and their families, they're going."

    Brenda Flannagan, 31, immigrated illegally to the United States in her twenties, looking for adventure. Now she has a husband and a baby, and is looking to settle down. A trip back to Ireland to visit her parents could leave her open to discovery by immigration officials -- so she is going home for good.

    Raising a child will only compound her difficulties here. "You can't drive. It will get more difficult," said Flannagan, who expects to leave in the fall. "Things like play dates and after-school activities."

    With fewer immigrants pouring in, and so many Irish packing up, pub talk revolves around the question of the survival of the Irish spirit in New York. Irish immigrants poured in by the hundreds of thousands in the 19th century and again in the early 20th century.

    A third wave came in the 1980s when the Irish economy tanked, and it rejuvenated Irish culture in New York, as politically inspired Irish rock and hip-hop bands worked the club scene, and Irish theater and poetry spread throughout the city.

    "You have a great Irish neighborhood beginning to crumble," said Niall O'Dowd, publisher of the Irish Voice and chairman of the newly formed Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform. "Unfortunately Americans are mixing up terrorism and immigration."

    The Irish, however, retain considerable political clout. Fifteen years ago, they successfully lobbied Congress to direct tens of thousands of green cards into the hands of undocumented Irish.

    O'Dowd and other activists recently rallied the fighting Irish spirits at Rory Dolan's pub in Yonkers, as they begin lobbying for an immigration reform that includes a path to citizenship.

    The Irish government contributed 30,000 euros, ($40,000 at today's rate) to the effort. Tim O'Connor, Ireland's consul general in New York, stresses that the United States played a vital role in helping to stimulate Ireland's economic boom with investments.
    "It's in the interest of both countries that we have people who have the ability to go back and forth between both countries," said O'Connor, noting that 15 percent of new businesses in Ireland were built by returning Irish.

    Some Irish take their leave with optimism, looking to the jobs and construction boom in their homeland.

    "Everything is so good in Ireland," said Flannagan, while her husband, John, a carpenter, was at the pub enjoying "a few sociables." "There's a lot of construction work for the guys."

    Flannagan held her baby girl, a U.S. citizen and last link to the United States. "Maybe she can sponsor us when she's 21," she said. Then, she added, "I think the notion of coming back, by then, will be gone."

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  • santb1975
    03-13 08:49 PM
    Do you belong to a state chapter?
    if you don't can you please join a state chapter?
    If a state chapter does not exist in your area can you form one?
    Can you recruit new members to be part of state chapters?
    Can you motivate newbies to be active?
    Can you meet your Local Lawmakers and talk about your issues?
    Can you make a contribution to IV?
    Can you motivate other IV'ans to contribute?

    Please put ome thoughts on the above and come up with Ideas?. If you need help please PM any of us and we will be happy to help you.

    Sure. Like I stated before, I have been educating people about IV here for quite some time now. Let me know what needs to be done. If you all can share your experiences, I can work on it.

    04-27 02:06 PM
    Please stop H1 Vs L1 discussion and do not support those who aim to divide this community on various visa types, categories, nationalities etc. Any further attempts by any member in this direction will result in ban. We would appreciate if you read the bill posted by IV and provide some analysis on its content on this thread.


    I went through the text of the new bill vis-a-vis current INA and compared the old and the proposed act. Here are the findings -

    Section 101 - This spells disaster for all H1Bs in consulting companies (as FT or C2C) -

    by striking clause (ii) of sub-paragraph (E) of the section 212(n)(1), and then adding the new clauses under (F), they are PROHIBITING placement of H1B employees on another employer's site, period. This will affect NOT ONLY pure staffing (desi or non-desi) companies who place their W-2 H1B employees at client site, BUT ALSO big consulting companies like IBM/ACCENTURE/DELOITTE et al. No placement/leasing/outsourcing/contracting for services or otherwise at another employer, period - UNLESS a waiver is obtained, which will mean every company will need to obtain a waiver in order to do so, EFFECTIVELY ENDING ANY CONSULTING BY H1B.

    Section 102 - This spells disaster for all companies who's H1B+L1 > 50% total employees

    by inserting two new clauses (H) and (I) in section 212(n)(1), it prohibits H1B only or H1B preferred advertisements and prevents any company that employees more than 50 employees to submit NEW H1B/L1 application IF the total number of H1B and L1 employees exceeds 50% of its total employees. It also requires ANY company employing even a single H1B employee to submit W-2s of IRS. This affects ALL Indian IT companies like TCS/WIPRO/INFOSYS/COGNIZANT et al.

    remaining sections (103 onwards) are more about enforcement and investigations.

    Section 201 - This spells disaster for companies that bring in workers on L visas

    This also affects ALL Indian IT companies like TCS/WIPRO/INFOSYS/COGNIZANT et al. AS WELL AS some other companies that might bring in workers from their home country.


    In the SHORT RUN, this hurts outsourcing industry, as they need more time, and H1B/L1 resources on site to transition the work offshore, but I agree that in the LONG RUN, it will GREATLY BENEFIT AND INCREASE OUTSOURCING.

    That will indeed be a sad day. Grassley and Durbin are trying to cut the branch they are sitting on. :) This will have the exact opposite of their desired effect.

    Hope this helps.

    12-11 12:05 PM
    Sent my immigration story to Obama through this site. Please do your part and send your story.

    Every story counts towards making Congress take some action to resolve current Immigration issues.

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