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  • rockstart
    08-11 09:25 AM
    EB2 I PD 02/27/2006
    I 140 Approved Nov 2006
    RD for I 485: 08/10/2007

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  • zerosine
    06-25 01:33 AM
    Hi, I hope this is the correct forum. I entered the US on an Australian passport with a tourist visa issued in London in Nov 94. After 6 months my lawyer got me a business visa extension for 6 months.

    Long story short I overstayed and lost both passport and I 94 and the lawyer who had the copies of the docs no longer has the records. I married a US citizen in 2006 and had a child and would like to adjust my status, however I cannot prove legal entry.

    Is there anyway to find records of either my original visa, I-94 or extension so I can file the rest of the paperwork?

    Thanks for your help in advance.

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  • Anders �stberg
    April 10th, 2004, 10:09 AM
    Sorry to go on about my birds, but this I wanted to share...

    I was out to get some training photographing flying birds when I suddenly saw this seagull that had a wooden stick poking out from the neck. I decided to turn photo journalist for a while and concentrate on pictures of this unlucky bird. I don't know what could have happened to it, either it has accidentally flown into something or God forbid someone has shot an arrow at it. :(

    I have already found out that photographing flying birds is difficult, but try photographing a specific bird in a big flock - that's taking the difficulty to another level! :) I managed to get a few inflight pictures as well though. Unfortunately it was of course not too difficult to spot with the wooden pointer attached.

    This is what I first saw, the bird flying past me a couple of times:

    He was clearly irritated, kept scratching around the head and shaking to get rid of the stick:

    This bird seemed quite dominant, kept chasing off other birds, so it wasn't too hindering:

    He was also out on the water, resting as well as courting and chasing other birds:

    When I threw in some bribes he also joined in in the feeding, both feet and stick in the water:

    Here's another inflight picture with the ugly stick poking out:

    And a final portrait of this unlucky bird:

    To end on a slightly brighter note here are two birds just about to take off:


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  • arnet
    09-08 01:37 PM
    well spoken....thanks to Shilpa and for IV/IARC. she highlighted all the problems/solutions even abt SKIL bill. well done.......


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  • wildvoice
    02-06 06:33 PM
    Hi Amulchandra,

    I am on the same boat with you. I am on H4 and is continuously exploring all possibilities that would enable me to work. I wonder how volunteering for work in one's field would be illegal. You will not be paid hence there will not be papertrails, taxes or any documents that can be traced to you working (illegally?). Besides, how will they know it, if there's no additional income in your bank accounts coming from your wages or salary? Isn't it? If the illegals could work in the shadows w/o getting penalized, hell, they even would have a chance to get a blue card in the future enabling their spouses to work. There's a very little chance that the USCIS or ICE would penalize you. Don't know even if they would bother give time to it.

    Even if they would bother, you are highly educated, could hire a lawyer and easily explain it to court. Your current immigration lawyer is just too paranoid and is unreasonable.

    Go for it man!

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  • va_dude
    10-07 01:20 PM
    I dont think you can extend ur H1b once it has expired.

    So just stay on your EAD.

    I do remember that i had to re-file the I-9 tax form with my employer once i moved to the EAD. So do the same with your HR.


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  • abq_gc
    08-29 10:34 AM
    A very good idea... Need people to start Bogging and writing these editorials..
    Media attention towards the scam of USCIS is necessary..

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  • waiting4gc
    08-20 12:58 PM
    As far as possible, I would strongly suggest to stay away from small consulting companies. These typically pay you only when you are on project and that too after taking a huge cut from your billing rate. For e.g. it is very common for such a company to bill $80-100/hr i.e. $160-200K annually for an employee but pay the employee between $50-70K only.

    Also I have heard horror stories of delayed payrolls, h1 not being given to employee fearing that the employee might change jobs and so forth.

    However if you are strong of heart, and can negotiate well, you might be able to make more money. For e.g. if you already have EAD, you are not bound to them. Thus you can always say that you want 80% of billing rate or else no deal. :)


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  • arnab221
    04-27 11:00 AM
    Yeah ,

    Look like closed door discussions are in full swing .The below articles say so .

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  • mjdup
    12-17 07:34 PM
    I attended the event at UMass Lowell. Congressman Marty Meehan and new governor elect Deval Patrick were at the event. The topic of discussion was "global warming". Both governor and congressman took off after the event but I had a chance to talk to their staff.

    One of congressman's staff went through the folder I provided with IV documents but he works for energy related issues and will pass to the staff dealing with immigration. He did provide me the senior staff member who looks into immigration issues. I'm going to email and try and meet him. Congressman Meehan is part of the judiciary committee related to immigration.

    MA members> I'll send out a separate email to you guys and each one of us should contact and educate the congressman though his main focus seems to be the climate change issue.


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  • ash0210
    09-09 09:02 AM
    Thanks Dixie...Also, as per other forum members showing PD Year will give clear picture of voting..!!

    You will have to login to be able to vote.

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  • a_yaja
    06-07 03:54 PM
    Heard on CNN ...

    Looks like the Vote to Limit the number of Debates (On Amendments) on CIR has failed.
    The reporter stated that If the bill fails it will fail by Sundown today
    before the eggs hatch
    We need to wait for sundown. Looks like some backroom manuvering is going on.


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  • indyanguy
    08-24 03:05 PM
    In the past EB3 was eligible for PP before EB2 was eligible.

    I've heard rumors that this will happen again. I don't understand the rationale though.

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  • ossidon
    08-21 09:17 AM
    My Details
    EB2 - I
    My priority date Dec 2004
    I140 approved in May 07
    I485 filed at NSC-2nd July 2007, RD 2nd July 07, ND 8 Aug 07
    I140 LUD on 7/13/2008
    Background Check Cleared : Source Infopass. SR Filed and IO mentioned in the Infopass on 8/8/08 that my file was being touched as recently as 8/7/08 but hasnt reached the Adjudicator.

    Still waiting.................Am lost on what to do and whom to contact?


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  • joelly
    04-17 06:12 PM
    :eek: I don't get it.

    How can someone call themselves anti-immigrant? Those people who belong to the Anti-Immigrant group is actually an immigrant themselves somewhere in time.

    We all surely knows who is native american, right?

    Lets not forget, America was and continues to prosper because of hardworking and honest immigrants..

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  • Lasantha
    04-01 04:42 PM
    Do you mean, file I-140 first and wait till it's approved before you file for 485? If that's what you are thinking, my advise is that filing for 485 is not a luxury that you can avail yourself whenever it suits you. You must grab the chance as soon as your PD is current becaue you never know when it would be current again unless of course you fall in to EB2 ROW or a higher category. And please note that these days I-140 takes much longer than 6 months to get approved and Premium Processing is no longer in the offer.

    Hi All,

    Are there any risks of filing 140 & 485 together? I just talked to an attorney & she said that it is better to get 140 approved 1st before filing 485, as when you file concurrent, the files go to inexperienced officers who will not judge your case properly.

    When you file 140 separately, the file goes to officers who only deal with 140's.

    Does anybody on here know of these risks/disadvantages of filing concurrently. I was under the impression that it was better to do this, but now I stand contradicted!


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  • vinabath
    07-02 03:05 PM
    I paid for a 2007 labor for 15k. Now I am screwed.

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  • rajenk
    01-23 12:49 PM
    Have you used AC21?

    What are the implications if for some wierd reason your I-485 gets denied and you dont have an H1-B to fall back upon?

    Say you have an H1-B which is extended for 3 yrs( based on approved I-140) from now till 2011, in the year 2011 your I-485 file is opned and its not approved for some reason so will you get another 3 yr extension for H1-B ie till year 2014?

    When you are switching employer with AC21 using H1B you can get a transfer to the new company for 3 years and get extensions from the new employer when that 3 year expires. So no worries... Enjoy

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  • EndlessWait
    05-21 01:35 PM
    cmon anyone?? should IV contact Indian govt. Its now or never guys

    01-31 02:44 PM
    While entering the USA in Aug 2007 the Immigration office gave me I-94 validity till June 2008 which is equal to my H1-B Visa Stamp validity in passport, I had my new I-797 H1-B document from new employer with valid I-94 at the bottom till Sep 2009.

    Will the I-94 validity given by immigration officer over rules the I-797 I-94 validity. If so, can i apply for the extension. Or shall i go out of the country and while entering ask the immigration officer to give validity based on my new I-797.

    Thanks in advance.

    I had the same issue. I did not pay attention what I-94 expiration date was stamped by the officer in JFK airport. I had my visa expired earlier than my approved H1B status.
    I was able to fix it couple weeks later at home in Tampa Airport with US Customs and Border Protection. Make sure that you make appointment with them before you go to your nearest international airport. They will take you to secured area where they do all immigration paperwork. See

    Next time, check the expiration I 94 date before you leave an immigration officer counter at the port of entry. This year, when I came back from vacation, the Immigration Officer at Atlanta airport did the same mistake. I told him that's not right and he fixed it.

    There are 2 dates on your visa stamp:
    1) Visa expiration date
    2) H1B status expiration date.
    Basically u do not need to show them 797 approved form because they can see all info on your visa stamp. But carry 797 with you just in case.

    09-15 12:38 PM
    I am in

    :rolleyes: Its about time

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