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  • MLS
    06-19 12:37 PM
    I dont know exactly what is the issue here, but I have filed for EAD extentions 3 times in last three years and it was a very straight forward and easy process. We filed the extentions about 2 months before the expiration and got EADs and APs done in about a month.

    I wanted to start this thread so we could get together a plan of action for victims of undue processing delays for EAD/AP. This is a very serious and upcoming issue and we would all be well served to pool ideas.
    Here is what I have so far. Some ideas based on my experience and some on searching the web.

    1) Apply for your EAD atleast 120 days ahead of the expiry of the current one(USCIS now reccomends 6mths ahead!) Yes you may lose time if they approve it early but atleast, you have the peace of mind and it gives you 30 days breathing space in case of RFE or to get an interim EAD.

    2) Check for a LUD at or slightly after 80 days pending. Contact your lawyer at about this time for suggestions.

    3) Schedule an infopass appointment for day 91. Ask for the interim EAD.
    You can also call the regional service center if you wish.

    4) Contact your congressman's office at about this time and ask for their assistance in expediting this request.

    5) Fedex an application for an interim EAD the same day. Include a copy of your current EAD copy, your pending 485 on which the interim benefits are based and a copy of attendance at any recently done biometrics.

    6) Consider talking with your employer to take a few days off while sorting this out.

    If anyone has any additions to this checklist of items or suggestions/modifications. Let me know.





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  • psk79
    05-27 11:37 PM
    I also paper filed EAD on 05/13/2008, Cheques cashed very next day and also received receipt notice by mail on 05/16/2008. So far no FP notices. I also read somewhere in the forum saying no FP's when paper file.

    Thanks
    ram

    Hi Can anyone tell me if we can mail mine and my spouses EAD and AP applications all in one package?

    Thanks,





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  • paskal
    06-24 10:00 PM
    i think you mean I-864
    correct me if i'm wrong but we do not need to file this form, read the instructions on this link on who needs to file this form, an EB petitioner is not mentioned anywhere i can find:

    http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-864.pdf


    I-485 instructions are very clear on who needs the I-865 form.
    the documentary needs are very simple, in fact, the form is so damn simple i'm wondering why i'm paying sooooo much to my attorney.
    NO tax forms are needed per my reading, check for yourself.

    http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-485.pdf





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  • Zee
    07-17 06:03 PM
    http://murthy.com/uscis_update.pdf

    Here is the copy of official announcement...

    cheers



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  • bslraju
    09-14 11:42 AM
    Thanks in advance gurus!!

    the job description says "Bachelors degree (B.A) in related area and 4-6 years of experience
    in the field or in a related area."

    Will this be a problem??
    as one of EB2 requirement is BS or equivalent US degree with 5 years of experience.
    But this job desc says its 4-6 years..
    Shout it say 5 or more years ??? please help me by commenting on this!!

    (This is my 10th year in USA, I would have become UK citizen if i have gone to UK in 2000)

    Thank you,





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  • gc28262
    07-29 12:25 PM
    Good One !



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  • prem_goel
    07-22 03:56 PM
    IMHO the proper response would have been that dude...this is technically illegal..and may cause problems...but personally i know a few people who've made through but YMMV.

    It is not a misleading information..I told what happened to the people I know. Recently In march , mid march my friend filed H1 to h4 transfer and it got approved in 17 days. She did not work from October 2007 till date. She did not get any queries. There is one more case like this,. But hat person got her h1-h4 in one year with no queries, SOmetimes people do get queries, I do not know how they manage it.
    So what is your advice to the OP. consult a lawyer. If she/he consult a lawyer, what will the lawyer say..Same thing, you are staying illegally here. Go back to India and apply fresh H4. Because I heard this from many lawyers. or they will simply file for H1 - H4 transfer.
    Even then My advice is also consult a lawyer and let us know what did the lawyer say.Please update us. There are thousands of H1s who didnot get pay and converted to h4. Have all these people got queries are sent back to India. I dont think so. I am not saying staying without pay on H1 is not breaking law. it is breaking law. But there must be a way ...when you convert to H4. I do not know what is that way? If all these payless H1 are breaking the law and USCIS finds them then thousands will be banned for 10 years from entering US rt. Can anybody tell me to how many people it happened till now?





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  • nixstor
    10-24 03:33 PM
    In my opinion its just one of the marketing gimmicks of Y! See how it works

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/judy_woodruff/20060823/judy_woodruff/j_woodruff10015

    Similar lines ask the white house program. many people in the forum sent Q's to USCIS director and he didnt chose even one Q about retrogression or labor situation etc..



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  • GCNaseeb
    10-31 01:39 PM
    I just called USCIS and spoke to an Immigration Officer. He said I have to resubmit both I-131 and I-765 alongwith original EAD and AP document to the service center from where I received both my EAD and AP. I also need to submit copy of original forms or a birth certificate to prove the error from USCIS in order to waive fees.

    He also said Infopass is only for enquiry and won't help in typographical errors.

    I guess, whole new process would take another 3-4 months; what a mess :mad:





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  • LookingForGC
    12-16 12:18 PM
    As long as your employer didnt revoke your H1, and you are in same employer from the beginning, you are fine to re-renter to US.

    Friend of mine had the same experience, and he entered with no issue in 2005. Not sure if anything changed after that.



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  • hoolahoous
    07-14 09:30 PM
    When my AP came up for renewal my attorney asked to get new set of photos.
    In addition my cousin's EAD application got RFE'ed to get new set of photos even though the photos were recent. The reason given was that they had used same photos to renew their visa few months back (less than 6 months).
    Is USCIS coming up some new rule about photos being 'unused' ?? The guidelines say that photos should be recent (taken in last 6 months). However nowhere I do I see that the photos should be 'unused' previously ?
    Anyone else had same experience ?





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  • txh1b
    08-18 01:28 PM
    Well if it is clearly mentioned in the offer letter that Employer will cover the GC cost, then isnt the employer supposed to pay for it irrespective of when the labor was filed. It was filed in 2006.
    Btw, i am on AOS if that is what was meant from my legal status..

    Thanks for all the responses to my thread so far..

    Like I said before, this is a civil issue and a contract claim. This can be handled by means of a lawsuit as a civil proceeding if you wanted to. The likelihood of you winning the claim is very very slim in court based on my knowlegde. If you want a government agency to help you, that is not going to happen as there is no claim of any violation here.



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  • go_guy123
    03-01 04:23 PM
    Friends,

    I have Canada PR since October 2006. In October this year I will complete 3 years since landing in Canada. The rule to maintain PR is that one should live in Canada for at least 2 years in a 5 year period. Since I have not lived in Canada more that a couple of weeks since landing, will I be allowed to move to Canada after completing 3 years outside Canada or will I be sent back from the border? Has anyone moved to Canada after living outside for more than 3 years since landing? Please advise.

    Thanks.


    At the end of expiry of the PR card that you get, you will need to renew it. At that time you need to show that you stayed for 2 years in Canada and when you cant show you lose the
    PR and cannot renew the PR card.





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  • alien2006
    08-07 01:47 PM
    and Shanti was very helpful with her/his informative links. I sent a question to IV to be included in the upcoming conference call with the lawyers. Perhaps you guys should also send in the questions to give this question some weightage.

    Thanks,



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  • RNGC
    02-06 09:10 AM
    I just wanted to bump this and get people's opinion on what paper work and other things we should be aware of by not changing the employers who sponsered our green card, but have applied for 485, have I-140 approved (180 days passed since I-140 approval and I-485 receipt dates) and received EAD/AP.

    I guess lot of people are in this category. So far, the only advise I have seen is: Extend H1 instead of using EAD.





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  • OLDMONK
    07-18 02:05 PM
    If Skill Bill passes eventually, won't EB2 be beneficial over EB3.

    I used my EB2 (jan 2006) over EB3 (March 2005)



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    In the process as we speak Matt. Almost sold up & ready to begin acquisition...





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  • lucha
    08-26 07:57 PM
    I have same question. can you do that without moving up ,My lawyer said no, I do not know how to go forward with this. My 2nd question is: My NIW was denied with some conditions , can I file again as I have completed those requirement.

    I have master from here and 20 years of experience . please any body help.





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  • no_more_anger
    02-06 05:46 PM
    > If you are promoted as IT manager having significant overlap of job functions, you should be fine.

    No. That is incorrect. A manager is responsible for managing people (besides other
    duties). That is a totally different job description and different category for labor.

    Some useful info:
    * If you are on H1 and job description changes (like u become a manager), H1
    amendmend MUST be filed.
    * If you are using EAD, then company doesn't need to file anything. If a RFE comes,
    you are required to show proof of job position with job description corresponding to
    that of approved labor. If your company is ready to do that (or u can get that somehow),
    you are good.
    * If you don't follow the rules, you WILL be fine as long as a RFE does not come :-)
    * Lastly, I know people in many companies where for HR purposes they are still a
    developer (or whatever) and for real, they perform totally different job functions (like
    marketing). If your company allows this, then it's an option (not legal, but practiced ).

    Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer.





    sobers
    02-16 04:11 PM
    This story below just goes to show that if smart scientists and engineers are not available here (because of low skilled immigation and the decepit STEM education), then jobs will continue to be outsourced to where the job can be done. Not only does the U.S. lose brainpower, it loses significant tax revenue which would otherwise have been available if the jobs were located in the U.S. And then, not only do skilled immigrants bring their skills to work for America, they also help build the local economy (home/auto, other capital investments, etc besides local/state/county taxes...).


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    By STEVE LOHR
    Published: February 16, 2006
    The globalization of work tends to start from the bottom up. The first jobs to be moved abroad are typically simple assembly tasks, followed by manufacturing, and later, skilled work like computer programming. At the end of this progression is the work done by scientists and engineers in research and development laboratories.

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    Report From Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation A new study that will be presented today to the National Academies, the nation's leading advisory groups on science and technology, suggests that more and more research work at corporations will be sent to fast-growing economies with strong education systems, like China and India.

    In a survey of more than 200 multinational corporations on their research center decisions, 38 percent said they planned to "change substantially" the worldwide distribution of their research and development work over the next three years � with the booming markets of China and India, and their world-class scientists, attracting the greatest increase in projects.

    Whether placing research centers in their home countries or overseas, the study said, companies often use similar criteria. The quality of scientists and engineers and their proximity to research centers are crucial.

    The study contended that lower labor costs in emerging markets are not the major reason for hiring researchers overseas, though they are a consideration. Tax incentives do not matter much, it said.

    Instead, the report found that multinational corporations were global shoppers for talent. The companies want to nurture close links with leading universities in emerging markets to work with professors and to hire promising graduates.

    "The story comes through loud and clear in the data," said Marie Thursby, an author of the study and a professor at Georgia Tech's college of management. "You have to have an environment that fosters the development of a high-quality work force and productive collaboration between corporations and universities if America wants to maintain a competitive advantage in research and development."

    The multinationals, representing 15 industries, were from the United States and Western Europe. The authors said there was no statistically significant difference between the American and European companies.

    Dow Chemical is one company that plans to invest heavily in new research and development centers in China and India. It is building a research center in Shanghai, which will employ 600 technical workers when it is completed next year. Dow is also finishing plans for a large installation in India, said William F. Banholzer, Dow's chief technology officer.

    Today, the company employs 5,700 scientists worldwide, about 4,000 of them in the United States and Canada, and most of the rest in Europe. But the moves overseas will alter that. "There will be a major shift for us," Mr. Banholzer said.

    The swift economic growth in China and India, he said, is part of the appeal because products and processes often have to be tailored for local conditions. The rising skill of the scientists abroad is another reason. "There are so many smart people over there," Mr. Banholzer said. "There is no monopoly on brains, and none on education either."

    Such views were echoed by other senior technology executives, whose companies are increasing their research employment abroad. "We go with the flow, to find the best minds we can anywhere in the world," said Nicholas M. Donofrio, executive vice president for technology and innovation at I.B.M., which first set up research labs in India and China in the 1990's. The company is announcing today that it is opening a software and services lab in Bangalore, India.

    At Hewlett-Packard, which opened an Indian lab in 2002 and is starting one in China, Richard H. Lampman, senior vice president for research, points to the spread of innovation around the world. "If your company is going to be a global leader, you have to understand what's going on in the rest of the world," he said.

    The globalization of research investment, industry executives and academics argued, need not harm the United States. In research, as in economics, they said, growth abroad does not mean stagnation at home � and typically the benefits outweigh the costs.

    Still, more companies in the survey said they planned to decrease research and development employment in the United States and Europe than planned to increase employment.

    In numerical terms, scientists and engineers in research labs represent a relatively small part of the national work force. Like the debate about offshore outsourcing in general, the trend, which may point to a loss of competitiveness, is more significant than the quantity of jobs involved.

    The American executives who are planning to send work abroad express concern about what they regard as an incipient erosion of scientific prowess in this country, pointing to the lagging math and science proficiency of American high school students and the reluctance of some college graduates to pursue careers in science and engineering.

    "For a company, the reality is that we have a lot of options," Mr. Banholzer of Dow Chemical said. "But my personal worry is that an educated, innovative science and engineering work force is vital to the economy. If that slips, it is going to hurt the United States in the long run."

    Some university administrators see the same trend. "This is part of an incredible tectonic shift that is occurring," said A. Richard Newton, dean of the college of engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, "and we've got to think about this more profoundly than we have in the past. Berkeley and other leading American universities, he said, are now competing in a global market for talent. His strategy is to become an aggressive acquirer. He is trying to get Tsinghua University in Beijing and some leading technical universities in India to set up satellite schools linked to Berkeley. The university has 90 acres in Richmond, Calif., that he thinks would be an ideal site.

    "I want to get them here, make Berkeley the intellectual hub of the planet, and they won't leave," said Mr. Newton, who emigrated from Australia 25 years ago.

    The corporate research survey was financed by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, which supports studies on innovation. It was designed and written by Ms. Thursby, who is also a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, and her husband, Jerry Thursby, who is chairman of the economics department at Emory University in Atlanta.





    kaybeedee
    11-05 11:18 AM
    Is VFS the only site to book appointments (for HYD) as well ? I hear the news that HYD is operational but I don't see it in on VFS website to take an appointment - I need one for 1st week of Dec



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