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  • sobers
    02-10 10:55 AM
    It is important because this article distinguishes "skilled" immigration versus "unskilled" immigration. This country needs more of the former as enounced several times by leaders of industry, academia and politics, but the latter issue is somewhat controversional because of its largely "illegal" nature in the U.S.

    Regardless, this goes to show policy makers here need to be 'smart' and enourage 'smart' people to contribute to this country, as the Europeans are starting to do now...

    EU's New Tack on Immigration

    Leaders Talk Up 'Brain Circulation' To Cure Shrinking Work Force
    February 10, 2006; Page A8

    BRUSSELS -- Faced with a shrinking work force, Europe's leaders are looking for ways to attract talented foreigners, even as some countries on the Continent close their borders to other immigrants willing to work for lower wages.

    Plans touted by Justice and Home Affairs Commissioner Franco Frattini, the man charged with developing common immigration policies for the European Union, range from a new EU-wide "green card" that would allow skilled workers already in the 25-nation bloc to change countries without extra paperwork, to special temporary permits for seasonal workers.

    "The U.S. and Australia have stricter rules, but they get the right people to immigrate, and once they're in, they integrate them, and give them benefits, education and citizenship" much faster than in the EU, Mr. Frattini said in an interview. Europe's work force is expected to shrink by 20 million people between now and 2030, according to the European Commission, and businesses complain regularly about a shortage of highly skilled personnel, even as unemployment rates in many EU countries remain high.

    In Mr. Frattini's vision, a North African engineer could go to work in Europe, earn good money and return regularly to his hometown to start and maintain a business. Immigration policy in Europe is still up to individual countries. To sell the idea, Mr. Frattini uses the term "brain circulation" to counter accusations of a "brain drain" -- a phrase often used to criticize rich countries for sucking the talent and stalling the development of poor regions.

    The challenge for Mr. Frattini is that in the face of pressure from unions and politicians worried about losing jobs to lower-wage newcomers, most EU national governments are jittery about welcoming more immigrants. Only three of the 15 Western European EU nations, for example, have opened their labor markets to the bloc's eight new Eastern European states.

    While some countries are likely to resist opening their labor markets until forced to do in 2011, attitudes might be changing. Last weekend French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy echoed many of Mr. Frattini's ideas and proposed special immigration permits for skilled workers.

    Plans to attract more immigrants are also a tough sell in developing countries that would lose their graduates and scientists. Mr. Frattini argues that successful migrants benefit their home economies when they work in Europe, because money they send home is an important part of many poor nations' gross domestic products.

    In concrete terms, Mr. Frattini says the EU would promote brain circulation by including non-EU citizens in job databases and funding language and job-training courses in immigrants' home countries. Mr. Frattini also wants to develop work visas that will allow immigrants to return to start businesses in their home countries, without losing the right to work in Europe.

    Some economists are skeptical. It is often difficult for immigrants to return home, and if economic conditions were good enough to merit investment, they probably wouldn't have left in the first place. "People left for a reason," says Jean-Pierre Garson, an economist at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

    The International Monetary Fund says immigrants dispatched $126 billion to their home countries in 2004 -- up from $72.3 billion in 2001 -- but there aren't any official figures on how much immigrants invest in businesses in their native countries.

    So, would brain circulation work? Some immigrants say they agree in theory that investing accomplishes more than cash remittances. Anecdotal evidence suggests investments that pay off require patience, hands-on involvement, start-up capital and participation by local residents.

    "Building is better," says Eric Chinje, a World Bank official living in Virginia who until recently had returned every two years to his hometown of Santa, Cameroon, with bags stuffed with dollars. "I'd take $5,000 and distribute among 100 to 200 people," he says. Three years ago, the 50-year-old Mr. Chinje set up a microcredit bank with the condition that villagers buy shares in the bank. Hundreds did, by getting money from relatives overseas, he says.

    The bank started in April 2004 with a capital base of $50,000. So far, it has lent money to a cooperative to fund a storage facility and a truck to carry fruits and vegetables to city markets.

    For an investment to really take off and make the kind of impact sought by Mr. Frattini, immigrant entrepreneurs say they need capital and connections.

    Kemal Sahin came to Germany in 1973 from a small mountain village in central Turkey. He started the company he now runs, Sahinler Group, one of Europe's biggest textile companies. Mr. Sahin employs 11,000 people, including 9,000 at plants in Turkey, where he started moving production in 1984 to take advantage of skilled, inexpensive labor. His knowledge of Turkish, local customs and regulations allowed him to set up an efficient operation, he says. "I was familiar with how things work in Turkey, and it was easier for me than for my German colleagues to invest there."

    --Andrea Thomas in Berlin contributed to this article.

    Write to John W. Miller at john.miller@dowjones.com1

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  • apt29
    08-29 11:33 AM
    Just had a general question. The 797 thats approved for any person, is that for a specific consulate? If we want to go for stamping to another consulate what do we do? Is that a lengthy procedure. Thanks friends.

    as far as I know -

    Unless you submit form 825, It is possible to get stamped anywhere. However is it to the discretion of consulate whether to stamp or redirect to the visa post where the person belongs to. If you submit 825, copy of the approval notice will be sent to visa post selected and visa must be stamped there only.

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  • pitha
    07-12 10:40 PM
    Please dont gets your hopes too high. I am not saying this out of scepticism but out of the depression and pain I experienced on july 2 when the evil uscis said they will reject all 485 applications.

    I understand the good natured thought behind IV stating this possibility of "good news", but they should have held off on the announcement until it was confirmed. So many people are unnecessarily getting excited. god forbid if this news fails tommorow I can only imagine the pain the people would experience.

    I can only pray and I will pray without getting excited.

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    07-11 12:34 PM
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  • reachinus
    02-23 04:01 AM
    You will just need the AP for yourself but make sure you return before the expiry date of the AP and not the I-94 any issued or stamp in the PP. For the baby you can use 1 of the 3 options available - Visa/PIO/OCI. Hope this is helpful.

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  • capriol
    05-14 04:18 PM
    Dear Folks:
    A few questions on my Advanced Parole filing (with an 485 pending):

    (1) What is the best explanation for Part 7 of the form I-131 which says, "On a seperate sheet of paper, please explain how you qualify for an advance parole document, and what circumstances warrant issuance of an advance parole."

    (2) Approximately how long does the AP approval take, and for how long is the permit valid?


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  • glores1970
    09-22 08:25 AM
    Anybody has information to offer for such a case ?

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  • sam_hoosier
    12-17 01:35 PM
    my current employer filed for my labor in march 2005, got approved in march 2007, filed I-140 in April 2005,and while I-140 was pending filed I-485 in july fiasco. In sep-2007 got intent to deny of I-140 based on A2P(ability to pay), employer filed M.T.R in October 2007. I have my fingered crossed looking at the financial statment from employer for the year 2005. chances are the MTR will be denied too. Now I have a new job offer from another employer who is willing to do new H1b for me and may be a labor petition too. the question is I want to see what comes out of the current MTR. Here is the question;
    1/- if I tell the current employer to contine the process(which I dont think he will have problem with) and join the job on h1b will my I-485 status be changed or will it effects the current process?
    2/- I am currently runnig on sixth year of h1b and my current visa expires in 2010 bades on the pending process with current employer. if I join the new employer on h1b what will be the H1b status will be?
    thanks for the answers in advaced

    Yours is a pretty tricky situation, and I doubt that there are many members who have been in similar situations or would have an accurate answer for you. Probably best to talk to an attorney.


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  • Almond
    07-17 08:42 AM

    My understanding is that, you wouldn't have an 'A#' when you apply for I-485(if it's first time). If it is second time, then you have to mention the 'A#' assigned to you. Guys, please correct me if I am wrong.

    You do have an A number-you're assigned one when you get your approved I140. I remember having to tell my lawyer on my own to put it on there (in front of me) he didn't even think to do it himself:mad:

    Bmneni, if you enclosed a copy of that approved I140 you should be ok although from what I hear, to make it easier on the person processing your paperwork it'd be nice to put it on the other forms too. But if a copy of the I140 is there, I think you'll be ok.

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  • hobbyaddict
    December 3rd, 2008, 04:22 PM
    It's here! On time, and as described in ad. This weekend it will get it's first workout... Reading up on new features. I am going to set a few test "banks" (pre-sets) based on last years experience at that facility. Hoping that only minor tweaks are necessary once there.




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  • jonty_11
    11-16 09:13 PM
    News from REDIFF

    No one seems to be talking abt news, no discussions..that is what lobbying is all abt...not abt making a hue and cry before lame duck and seeing nothing passed through.....The Caucus of companies taht has kinda threatened to outsource if H1Bs are not increased....might just fall flat.

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  • gg_ny
    04-21 11:47 AM
    Putting this all together HLG is slightly raising our latest estimate. We�re willing to print that there is a 60% chance that either CIR or Bridge legislation is passed and signed by the President by August 1. Whenever a bill is passed it will likley take an additional 30-60 days before the first visas are issued.

    Does anyone remember/know what HLG was willing to print about the CIR's chances last time over (in 2006)?


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  • smisachu
    04-26 11:18 AM
    If your previous company has closed down, there isnt any way you can port the PD.

    PD transfer can be done if you have an approved I-140. Since you didnt reach that stage and also since the company is no longer around ( which kills any possibility of filing 140 with them ) , you wouldnt be able to port your PD.

    Also for PD transfer through approved I140, your job responsibilities, your location of work etc do not play any role.

    Thanks for the reply. I guess no luck is good luck in the present immigration system.:mad:

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  • LostInGCProcess
    08-28 04:32 PM
    My understanding is that it is first 4 and last 4 pages. (here pages include the inner hard cover side ).



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  • joydiptac
    02-15 03:17 PM
    Even I was thinking in these lines. :D Just a few days back I figured that Hyderabad used to be a country even after Indian independence. Even though I am from a different state, I was thinking that people from the former state of Hyderabad should be able to get their own 7% quota. (Hyderabad State - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (
    From what I can tell a good % of Indians in the US come from this state. :D
    Should help a lot of people huh? (and reduce the line in front of me how selfless of me) :D

    But your finding on dependency is even better I guess we can add Kashmir and Hyderabad state to it too. :D
    If not ever a reality it makes up for a good joke. :D

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  • the_jaguar
    10-19 09:16 PM
    Hi you might also need the copy of the labor? or atleast the number for that one?

    Nope, not needed. You only need a copy of your approved I-140.


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  • inthehole
    08-24 01:15 PM
    "You need information or other services"

    I used this option. I tried in the afternoon around 1.00PM
    Hope this helps!

    Hi aps1,
    Thanks for your response. I selected the option you mentioned and I am able to get the appointment.

    The reason for my infopass is its been more than 90 days since I filed for EAD. There is one option specifically for this scenario. When I selected this option I am getting "No appointments available" message for the past one month.

    May I know what is the reason for your infopass?. Is your infopass is due to the delay in EAD renewal process?

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  • ksircar
    08-10 07:59 PM
    In absence of birth certificate you may get two affidavits on stamp paper - one from your parents and another from someone other than your parents (that is what my attorney told me).

    If you can't file by Aug 17th, then the situation is just anybody's guess. Some people are talking about retrogression of dates back to 2001. So you never know what is going to happen.

    Do whatever you need to do - you have only couple of days left.

    Best of luck.

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  • ajju
    09-26 04:05 PM

    My lawyer asked for separate checks for each application.. FP is always added to I-485 fees.. But since they issued EAD receipt for you and spouse, that means definitely 2 485s... Guess you need to wait for the receipts to get the missing receipt # or you can call USCIS...

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    09-06 10:29 PM
    I am not sure how your T and R is ,American Accent has T/R in unique way

    American accent uses toungue movements in a specific way (just like any languague has its own movements)

    It depends from person to person ,and the teacher helped me personally as per my need

    And yes Im still practising my Exercises

    IMHO, Any one will not get the accent because of training. One will come closer to the accent only over time. How ever, it will never be perfect.

    On the flip side, why would any Highly Skilled Immigrant working in American companies want to learn "accent" off of work. Their work place offers a lot than the website suggested.

    Am I feeding a troll? I guess..

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