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  • atlfp
    12-17 01:00 AM
    Forget about justice. There is only business. The logic is very simple:

    Current Situation: You target some perceived very deep pockets customers and try to sell yourself to them, but now you realize that they are just some idiots;

    What are the alternatives: You can continue to push/educate these idoits, or try to sell your self to somebody else. You may make less profit up front, but if you truely have something, you might be able to make more out of it in the long run;

    What if everything fails: No matter how good your product is, if you are unable to sell it, regardless if it is because your stupidity or your clients/potential clients' stupidity, as long as you didn't captalize it, your product worth nothing.

    The bottom line: when a business fails, nobody thinks/cares about how good your product is, on the contray, everything thinks you are an idoit that makes a product that doesn't sell.

    What you can do at least: Wake up and forget about justice, there is none.





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  • Rayyan
    07-14 12:32 PM
    Hi All,
    I have to go to India for a family emergency.
    I see that there are no dates avaialbe in July and Aug.
    Does the window for appt opens for 6 weeks?
    If I go without appt how do I how to go to consulatee without appt letter?
    Do they ask for appt letter?

    Please let me know.
    Thanks





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  • Leo07
    10-26 04:23 PM
    Immigration hard-liners to lead Judiciary? - Simmi Aujla - POLITICO.com (http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/44144.html)





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  • hanu_78
    12-07 04:01 PM
    Hi,

    I switched from H1 to EAD with the same employer. Due to family emergency i got to leave and may have to stay for more than 2+ months.

    Would that be ok if i stay out of country while on EAD. I will be returning back using my AP.

    Appreciate your time.

    Thanks.



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  • shetty2k
    02-03 02:48 AM
    Hi,

    I need to get my H1B stamped in Mexico. I know there are some agencies which offer a complete package trip to the Mexico US Consulate. Does anybody know some names and contact information?

    I am based in Los Angeles and am pretty close to Mexico border. Do they have something in Southern California? Other places are also Ok.

    Thanks,
    Prashant.





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    03-09 07:24 PM
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  • Greatdesi
    08-11 09:09 AM
    Where to send the communication for AC21 to Texas Service Center? Has anybody used the email pilot?





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  • clif
    06-28 12:57 PM
    My wife filed I-539 for changing status from H-4 to F-1 at end of May. We have the receipt and the case is now pending. Is it possible for her to request cancellation of this change of status and continue in H-4 status? If so, does anyone know how to ask USCIS for this?



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  • rizwan39
    09-22 05:49 PM
    My company is offering my retention contract for 3 years. As I told them that my GC can take long and I haven't filed for I-485 to use AC-21, I will be in trouble if a loose my job. Based on that they are making a written promose that I will have a same job for the next 3 years with all benifits and the only reason I can loose my job is through a decipline action (bad performance, fight, harrasment, etc).

    I want to ask the attorney's and gurus if there is such a contract exist and does it have any value ?





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  • Macaca
    02-17 04:49 PM
    From Tying It All Together: Learn about the Legislative Process (http://www.house.gov/house/Tying_it_all.shtml).

    The chief function of Congress is the making of laws. The legislative process comprises a number of steps. A very brief overview of the legislative process within the House of Representatives is presented below. There are many aspects and variations of the process which are not addressed here. A much more in-depth discussion and presentation of the overall process is available in How Our Laws Are Made (http://thomas.loc.gov/home/lawsmade.toc.html). Most of the information presented below was excerpted from that Congressional document.

    Forms of Congressional Action
    The work of Congress is initiated by the introduction of a proposal in one of four principal forms: the bill, the joint resolution, the concurrent resolution, and the simple resolution.

    Bills
    A bill is the form used for most legislation, whether permanent or temporary, general or special, public or private. A bill originating in the House of Representatives is designated by the letters "H.R.", signifying "House of Representatives", followed by a number that it retains throughout all its parliamentary stages. Bills are presented to the President for action when approved in identical form by both the House of Representatives and the Senate.

    Joint Resolutions
    Joint resolutions may originate either in the House of Representatives or in the Senate. There is little practical difference between a bill and a joint resolution. Both are subject to the same procedure, except for a joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution. On approval of such a resolution by two-thirds of both the House and Senate, it is sent directly to the Administrator of General Services for submission to the individual states for ratification. It is not presented to the President for approval. A joint resolution originating in the House of Representatives is designated "H.J.Res." followed by its individual number. Joint resolutions become law in the same manner as bills.

    Concurrent Resolutions
    Matters affecting the operations of both the House of Representatives and Senate are usually initiated by means of concurrent resolutions. A concurrent resolution originating in the House of Representatives is designated "H.Con.Res." followed by its individual number. On approval by both the House of Representatives and Senate, they are signed by the Clerk of the House and the Secretary of the Senate. They are not presented to the President for action.

    Simple Resolutions
    A matter concerning the operation of either the House of Representatives or Senate alone is initiated by a simple resolution. A resolution affecting the House of Representatives is designated "H.Res." followed by its number. They are not presented to the President for action.

    For more information on bills and resolutions see Forms of Congressional Action (http://thomas.loc.gov/home/lawsmade.bysec/formsofaction.html) in How Our Laws Are Made.

    Introduction and Referral to Committee
    Any Member in the House of Representatives may introduce a bill at any time while the House is in session by simply placing it in the "hopper" provided for the purpose at the side of the Clerk's desk in the House Chamber. The sponsor's signature must appear on the bill. A public bill may have an unlimited number of co-sponsoring Members. The bill is assigned its legislative number by the Clerk and referred to the appropriate committee by the Speaker, with the assistance of the Parliamentarian. The bill is then printed in its introduced form, which you can read in Bill Text (http://thomas.loc.gov/home/c110query.html). If a bill was introduced today, summary information about it can be found in Bill Status Today (http://thomas.loc.gov/bss/d110query.html).

    An important phase of the legislative process is the action taken by committees. It is during committee action that the most intense consideration is given to the proposed measures; this is also the time when the people are given their opportunity to be heard. Each piece of legislation is referred to the committee that has jurisdiction over the area affected by the measure.

    For more information on this step of the legislative process see Introduction and Reference to Committee (http://thomas.loc.gov/home/lawsmade.bysec/introtocomm.html) of How Our Laws Are Made.

    Consideration by Committee
    Public Hearings and Markup Sessions
    Usually the first step in this process is a public hearing, where the committee members hear witnesses representing various viewpoints on the measure. Each committee makes public the date, place and subject of any hearing it conducts. The Committee Meetings (http://www.house.gov/daily/comlist.html) scheduled for today are available along with other House Schedules (http://www.house.gov/house/floor/thisweek.htm). Public announcements are also published in the Daily Digest portion of the Congressional Record (http://thomas.loc.gov/home/r110query.html).

    A transcript of the testimony taken at a hearing is made available for inspection in the committee office, and frequently the complete transcript is printed and distributed by the committee.

    After hearings are completed, the bill is considered in a session that is popularly known as the "mark-up" session. Members of the committee study the viewpoints presented in detail. Amendments may be offered to the bill, and the committee members vote to accept or reject these changes.

    This process can take place at either the subcommittee level or the full committee level, or at both. Hearings and markup sessions are status steps noted in the Legislative Action portion of Bill Status (http://thomas.loc.gov/bss/d110query.html).

    Committee Action
    At the conclusion of deliberation, a vote of committee or subcommittee Members is taken to determine what action to take on the measure. It can be reported, with or without amendment, or tabled, which means no further action on it will occur. If the committee has approved extensive amendments, they may decide to report a new bill incorporating all the amendments. This is known as a "clean bill," which will have a new number. Votes in committee can be found in Committee Votes.

    If the committee votes to report a bill, the Committee Report (http://thomas.loc.gov/cp110/cp110query.html) is written. This report describes the purpose and scope of the measure and the reasons for recommended approval. House Report numbers are prefixed with "H.Rpt." and then a number indicating the Congress (currently 107).

    For more information on bills and resolutions see Consideration by Committee (http://thomas.loc.gov/home/lawsmade.bysec/considbycomm.html) in How Our Laws Are Made.

    House Floor Consideration
    Consideration of a measure by the full House can be a simple or very complex operation. In general a measure is ready for consideration by the full House after it has been reported by a committee. Under certain circumstances, it may be brought to the Floor directly.

    The consideration of a measure may be governed by a "rule." A rule is itself a simple resolution, which must be passed by the House, that sets out the particulars of debate for a specific bill�how much time will allowed for debate, whether amendments can be offered, and other matters.

    Debate time for a measure is normally divided between proponents and opponents. Each side yields time to those Members who wish to speak on the bill. When amendments are offered, these are also debated and voted upon. If the House is in session today, you can see a summary of Current House Floor Proceedings (http://clerk.house.gov/floorsummary/floor.html).

    After all debate is concluded and amendments decided upon, the House is ready to vote on final passage. In some cases, a vote to "recommit" the bill to committee is requested. This is usually an effort by opponents to change some portion or table the measure. If the attempt to recommit fails, a vote on final passage is ordered.

    Resolving Differences
    After a measure passes in the House, it goes to the Senate for consideration. A bill must pass both bodies in the same form before it can be presented to the President for signature into law.

    If the Senate changes the language of the measure, it must return to the House for concurrence or additional changes. This back-and-forth negotiation may occur on the House floor, with the House accepting or rejecting Senate amendments or complete Senate text. Often a conference committee will be appointed with both House and Senate members. This group will resolve the differences in committee and report the identical measure back to both bodies for a vote. Conference committees also issue reports outlining the final version of the bill.

    Final Step
    Votes on final passage, as well as all other votes in the House, may be taken by the electronic voting system which registers each individual Member's response. These votes are referred to as Yea/Nay votes or recorded votes, and are available in House Votes by Bill number, roll call vote number or words describing the reason for the vote.

    Votes in the House may also be by voice vote, and no record of individual responses is available.

    After a measure has been passed in identical form by both the House and Senate, it is considered "enrolled." It is sent to the President who may sign the measure into law, veto it and return it to Congress, let it become law without signature, or at the end of a session, pocket-veto it.



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  • Nao
    03-23 12:18 AM
    Hello.
    I will be needing a new re-entry permit(i-131) while renewing my green card and i was wondering if it was possible.

    I am going to study back in my home country for 4yrs.
    first 2yrs(2010-2012), i am going back with reentry permit.
    after 2yrs(2012), i am going back to USA for 6months to renew my green card(going to expire in 2012) and reapply for a new reentry permit.
    If i wont have time to get my new green card, i am possibly thinking of going back to my home country for 5 months and going back to USA for 2 wks (to retain green card status) and again, going back to my homecountry for 3 months.
    Would going back and forth to my homecountry and USA will affect me from losing my green card?

    Any advise will be helpful. Thank you!



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  • ho_gaya_kaya_?
    11-28 08:41 PM
    congratulations.
    when did you file your 485?
    also - did you have second FP call etc?
    could you list all that has happened ever since





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    02-09 10:40 PM
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  • sandyhu2
    06-02 01:13 PM
    I just got a letter from USCIS saying that I need to get a police clearance(b/c my fingerprints are unclassifiable) within 30 days otherwise it may result in the denial of my application.

    I am now out of states working for my U.S. employer's overseas branch and can't go back to US until end of Aug. Is there anyway I can ask USCIS to give me some extention period?

    Thanks !!





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  • mjdup
    03-01 06:08 PM
    That's great rbms !

    Hope we can apply some mantra to have people affected open up their wallet. I really like the example of "cable bill" in contributions page. It is so true !



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  • nmed
    10-19 07:36 AM
    My six-year H1B expires Feb 2 2010.
    My employer (company A) filed PERM with DOL on July 30 2009.
    I have spent a total of 2 months outside the U.S while on H1B status.
    I have been on bench since July without paystub.
    I am leaving the U.S on October 30 2009 and am interested in returning back
    through another company

    Can I return to the U.S through another employer (company B) on a new H1B visa after Feb 2 2010... How long would that visa be valid for.

    If I cannot get a new visa; can I add the total of 5 months spent outside
    the US on the current h1b visa for recapture through another employer (company B) after Feb 2 2010 -- return to the U.S; and then
    subsequently apply for a 1-year extension after July 31 2010
    based on company A's PERM filing.

    thanks
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  • delhirocks
    06-29 11:47 AM
    Anyone know of any good GC lawyers in Chicago Land area...

    I need a desi lawyer who knows that PD is portable...

    please pass on the info..if you know of any!!!

    rags99@hotmail.com

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    Though I can't answer your question, Isn't USCIS, in the process of disabling PD portability?





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  • Temp_worker
    08-21 07:41 PM
    Friends, Please let me know your input-
    Here is my backgound -

    1.Current status working on H1B 8th year extension for company A
    2.Labor and I-140 is approved � EB3 PD 04/2006 - Company A
    3.485 pending applied in August 2007 (> 180 days) - Company A
    4.EAD & AP approved - Company A
    5.Wife on H4 Status not filed for her 485 as she was not here.

    I want do H1b transfer & work for another company B -(Job code & job duties are little different)
    I don't want to use AC21 - just continue with Company B on H1 B transfer.
    I am doing H1b transfer nothing else once dates are current will add my wife.

    Am I doing something wrong or screwing up my GC process?
    Please advise





    madooripraveen
    03-25 01:52 PM
    On March 12 2009 I got an query on my I-485.
    Requesting discrepancy in the labor applied on Nov'7 2002 and present working place.

    My company(abc ltd) applied labor on Nov'07 2002 while I was working at the clients(xyz) place in Los Angeles.

    I got my I-140 approved on Feb'15 2006, while I was with the same client(xyz) at that time.

    On Dec'04 2006 I moved to Detroit, started working with different client.

    RFE goes like this.

    The Documentation submitted with your application and/or a review of service records indicate that you no longer reside in the same state or geographical location as the underlying form i-140 immigration petitioner and /or job location specified by your intended permanent employer.

    There fore submit a currently dated letter from your original form I-140 employer which which address this discrepancy.

    I am still working with the same employer who filed my labor certification.


    Any gurus who can suggest me on the query would be greatly appreciated.





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    08-24 02:00 PM
    When she and her husband called me, she thought that she qualified for benefits under CSPA. Initially, I was skeptical. In every seminar regarding the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) that I have presented on behalf of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), my mantra has always been, if you marry, you lose whatever benefits you gained under CSPA. Still I listened to what she had to say, and in the end, I agreed with her. She and her husband were both physicians, born in India and trained in the U.S. They both would have qualified for permanent residence in...

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