For US, people need to write to India's PM Manmohan Singh. If 50,000 letters go to him then he will talk to Bush and something can work out. NRIs anyway have a lot of say now in Delhi unlike 10 years back when they were totally disliked. Just wasting time on chat boards will lead to nothing. Even Microsoft and Intel are unable to convince politicians here. It has to come from a higher authority with whom there are mutual stakes involved. Manmohan Singh is the only guy who can help here because today there are several mutually important and high stake issues between India and US.
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If you are moving from a P&S and your not familiar with SLR's, this might be a learning experience for you. Is it worth it? Definately.
I'm Canon biased, but I've heard great things about the D70. I'd check out both and decide which is right for you and the possible future lens purchases.
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**Visa Bulletin for August 2010 (http://www.travel.state.gov/visa/bulletin/bulletin_5092.html)
Let the Green Card saga not drive us to desperation... nothing is worth more than family ...
2) First name and middle name are interchanged in the passport and H1 approval.
Is this going to create any problem while applying SSN? What are the possible consequences..
Also, any similar scenarios, plz respond..
First, I do not think there will be any one with similar scenarios!
The names on the two I-94s do not match because you used the old name when entering the country. <-- your fault. DMV is not an authority on immigration. My best guess is that the newer I-94 prevails.
First Name and Middle Name got interchanged because of USCIS error. You should contact them and get this resolved. They will probably send you a new approval notice with a new I-94.
Its better to be safe than sorry. You should get the name corrected asap.
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Canada - I had PR Document (no PR Card in those days) , i am assuming i might have lost the status now. Tired to establish in Canada while working in US during Year 2000, couldn't do it for long.
Coming to Detriot -Windsor , i olny did it for a few weeks , Here's my Exp -
toomuch hassle everyday, extensive questioning in the border, delays and issue with Income /property tax / on both the sides, etc etc..
So i thought for a while and decided it doesn't worth the pain.
Stayed back in the US with a hope to get GC (before i have to get a sponsorship from my US born kid) and never been to canada since then.
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I strongly think DOS tried to compensate EB2 this year itself with the visas that were improperly given to EB3 last year after it received the directives from the US Congress. But unfortunately DOS could not compensate EB2 with the lost visas this year as there were no visas left in EB3 by the time they realized their mistake about 2 months ago as EB3 used most of their visas. This is exactly why DOS made EB3 unavailable so that they can compensate EB2 atleast to some extent. By law they are required to compensate a category that was artificially retrogressed because of their mistakes. It is highly unlikely we will see any significant movement in EB3 ROW or retrogressed countries until the entire EB2 category is current as EB2 will be compensated from EB3 quota. If EB2 is compensated with the visas from the new quota in October, then I expect EB2 including India and China to become current by the end of the year or early 2009(before March 2009) itself.
Once EB2 becomes current, I think EB3 India will get equal spill over as EB3 ROW as both the categories will be retrogressed and will move equally(as per PD) with the spillover from EB2 and EB1
yes. there is a possibility of some retrogression for EB2 India/China in the comming bulletins. But that is just for few months and it might be a mild retrogression as long as there is horizontal fall outs of spill over visas.
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I wrote an email to the president today. I felt so good after doing 2 things today. Expressed my anguish to the president of the United States and contributed to Immigration Voice. Buddies lets do something. We have always been low on priority compared to other pressing issues. Well Ok we waited, the economy is turning (well OK we will never see the actual turn at least we have seen retail spending up and some hiring, the stock market is going OK). When will be emerge out of the shadows and demand for a reform to the broken legal system? Cmon friends Get up, contribute, write to the senators, the president, lets DO something. When we are legal, why do we HOLD back. Up and running our new slogan!!!!
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Hello Mr Obama,
Although I am not a US Citizen yet, I have supported you all along. I think you are really dynamic and a fantastic person.
Mr. Obama, Legal immigration rules in the country are outdated. I am from India, I work at <Where ever in the USA> and design databases.
I filed for legal immigration under the employment immigration category in April 2005.
The dates are still so retrogressed that it will take me a long time to fulfill my dream of obtaining a green card and becoming a US Citizen.
I want to stay here, work here and do something as a Citizen by working for the US Government.
How do I fulfill my dream if the system takes so long to process my application.
I contribute every single day to my organization. I am qualified, hard working, but why does it take so long to legally immigrate to this great country.
Please hear my plea to speed up the immigration process.
Addressing The President by name would be considered desrespect and your email/letter could be discarded. I would suggest if your message is to be heard, re-write the message addressing as Mr President and appologize for using his name earlier.
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As a Primary Applicant my GC was approved (EB-1) but for my wife's application I got an RFE. RFE - USCIS is asking for a VALID wedding certificate showing proof of a hindu wedding under hindu act (dont ask what I was doing or what my lawyer was doing while submitting 485)
Now I have about 28 days (total is 30) to respond to it. I have not rcvd. my GC but it has been approved and has been sent to production. My lawyer told me that as my GC has been approved my VISA is not good anymore. My wife was on dependent visa and so is my kid.
Now as my GC got approved.......my visa got cancelled...........my wife's & kids visa is invalid.............and we did not file for Advance Parole so we cant travel. On top of all this we dont have a wedding certificate.
Any suggestion to address this situation? I cant get a certificate without going back to India and I cant leave the country as If I do so I wont get to enter the country again. Even if somehow (on some legal basis) I can re enter I dont think my wife and kid will be able to re enter US.
If I dont produce evidence then my wife's application will be rejected putting her out of status.............gosh what a mess.....
ANY SUGGESTIONS FROM ANYONE WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED. Murali please respond with any possibility which I can explore upon.
My sympathies to you.
However I don't understand how your wife and kids got depedendant visa. I don' think one can get a H4 or L2 visas with out marriage certificate first place, unless your wife came here on F1 visa here.
Anyway, You can apply marriage certificate with Indian Consulate. You may want to visit there with wedding pictures and passport there to get your certificate
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Dude - think practically. If the billing rate that the company is going to get from the client is $70/hr and they keep only $5/hr then they have to give him $65/hr. If they have to keep him on the payroll, they will have to pay 7.45% in payroll tax, which is employer's portion of Social Security Tax and Medicare (reducing their rate from $70 to $65.1575). This means they will be making 15.75 cents/ hr (translates to $315 for a year assuming that you work for 2000 hrs - the remaining 80 hrs go in holidays - for which they may or may not pay). Even if they are outsourcing payroll, do you think that it will cost them less than $315 a year to pay him? even if it costs $0 - who would be willing to keep you on their payroll to make only $315 a year? Would you? and if you take unemployment insurance and liability insurance into account, the company would make a loss. If you owned a company would you follow this business model? If you are - you might as well just give your money for free to all your employees.
The only way you can get a company to keep $5/ hr and give you the rest is if you agree to a 1099 (and you cannot do that on a H1B - you need to use EAD for that). On a 1099 - there are other tax implications - now you have to pay both your share and the employer share of payroll tax (14.9%). And now since you are an independent consultant (which is what a 1099 is), you have to get your own Liability Insurance. To prevent people from suing you, you will need to form a LLC or some other type of corporation. You might want to get a good CPA to setup your company so that you can setup the right kind of company to benefit from the right tax deductions.
There is nothing wrong in making more money - just like you want more money, the corporations are out there to make money too. No one is in the business for charity. As long as the relationship between employee and employer is symbiotic, all is good. Once the equation changes, it is either time for the employee to say good bye to the employer or for the employer to off-load the employee from the corporate bus.
I have seen many posts in this forum complaining of "blood-sucking" employers and how they exploit employees. To me, that is the same as:
- programmer's guild complaining about us stealing their jobs or
- people losing their home and blaming the banks "for not disclosing terms"
- anyone who is blaming anyone else for their troubles
If you are being exploited, it is because you are willing to be exploited. Don't blame the employer. Blame yourself. If you don't want to pack your bags and go home when you lose a job and cannot get another one, don't blame the employer and tell others that they are "sucking your blood". Everyone is here to make money.
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1) Employer revokes I-140 (AC21 applicable here)
2) USCIS revokes I-140 (AC21 not applicable here)
Employer revokes I-140: In this case unless the employee had filed AC21 papers, I-485 is most likely to be denied as USCIS doesn�t have any record that the beneficiary still has similar or same job offer. Hence its advisable to file AC21 well in advance in such situations.
USCIS revokes I-140: At times USCIS might revoke a previously approved I-140 if the employer fails the �Ability to pay� test for all pending GC applications. This is more dangerous as the bonafide nature of the previous I-140 approval is in question now. Refer one of my old threads below on this topic.
Such a situation can be avoided if the employer himself withdraws the I-140�s of ex-employees so that he�s no longer burdened to prove ATP for all pending GC applications.
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Does anybody recall an old TV serial in India named 'Appu aur Pappu' about a boy and his elephant?! :D
Looks like the long GC wait is turning me into a crazy person if I start recalling such old serials! :(
"A photocopy of a birth certificate issued by the Local Registrar if the person named above was born in a city, or
A photocopy of a birth certificate issued by the Additional District Registrar�s office if the person named above was born in a village.
If a birth certificate does not list the names of both mother and father, or the child, secondary evidence must be submitted to establish parentage. Secondary evidence includes, but is not limited to , copies of: medical records, school records, census records, government-issues identity cards, religious records and/or affidavits from at least TWO persons alive at the time of birth. The oldest available evidence that lists the names of both parents should be submitted."
Also, there is no rule that says citizenship is not available to people who do not work for the sponsoring employer for a certai nperiod of time after GC approval. It is just good practice to stick around for a few months after approval, but it is not law.
You will have no trouble. Change your status from bittersweet to sweet and have fun. Also, good luck finding a new job.
Thanks! I have a job already (my bills cannot wait for USCIS) Thanks, thanks thanks thanks!!!