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Member Profile: 112011 (72 posts)

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Hello, I'm 112011 (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 06 Jan 2017
I have been a member since 30 Nov 2011
I have added 72 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 06 Jan 2017
112011's Immigration Cases
 
I-140 case: Approved in 10 days (164 days less than average)   (0 comments)
User: 112011 Nationality: India
Applicant Type:primaryService Center:Dallas
Category:EB2Priority Date:
Application Filed:03 Dec 2012USCIS Received Date:04 Dec 2012
USCIS Notice Date:USCIS Receipt Number:
I-140/485 Filing:non-concurrentProcessing Type:regular
RFE Received?:noRFE Received Date:
Reason for RFE:RFE Replied Date:
Application Status:approvedApproval/Denial Date:13 Dec 2012
Total Processing Time:10 daysMost Recent LUD:
Days Elapsed:
Case Added to Tracker: 06 Dec 2012 Last Updated: 10 Mar 2015
Notes:

PERM case: Approved in 306 days (71 days more than average)   (0 comments)
User: 112011 Nationality: India
Priority Date:02 Nov 2011Category:EB2
Audit Received?:yesAudit Received Date:01 Feb 2012
Reason for Audit:Audit Replied Date:28 Feb 2012
Application Status:approvedApproval/Denial Date:03 Sep 2012
Total Processing Time:306 daysDays Elapsed:
Case Added to Tracker: 30 Nov 2011 Last Updated: 10 Mar 2015
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H-1B case: Approved in 67 days (27 days less than average)   (0 comments)
User: 112011 Nationality: India
Application Type:extensionService Center:Vermont
Processing Type:regularApplication Filed:02 Jan 2015
USCIS Received Date:03 Jan 2015Receipt Number:
RFE Received?:RFE Received Date:
Reason for RFE:RFE Replied Date:
Application Status:approvedApproval/Denial Date:10 Mar 2015
TN Status:Most Recent LUD:
Total Processing Time:67 daysDays Elapsed:
Case Added to Tracker: 06 Mar 2015 Last Updated: 10 Mar 2015
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H-1B case: Approved in 45 days (49 days less than average)   (1 comment)
User: 112011 Nationality: India
Application Type:extensionService Center:Vermont
Processing Type:premiumApplication Filed:23 May 2016
USCIS Received Date:24 May 2016Receipt Number:
RFE Received?:RFE Received Date:
Reason for RFE:RFE Replied Date:
Application Status:approvedApproval/Denial Date:07 Jul 2016
TN Status:Most Recent LUD:
Total Processing Time:45 daysDays Elapsed:
Case Added to Tracker: 28 Jun 2016 Last Updated: 07 Jul 2016
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H4 EAD case: Approved in 85 days (17 days more than average)   (0 comments)
User: 112011 Nationality: India
Application Type:new applicationService Center:Texas
Filing Method:paper-basedApplication Filed:17 Jun 2015
USCIS Received Date:18 Jun 2015USCIS Notice Date:22 Jun 2015
USCIS Receipt Number:RFE Received?:no
RFE Received Date:Reason for RFE:
RFE Replied Date:Application Status:approved
Approval/Denial Date:10 Sep 2015Card Production Ordered:10 Sep 2015
EAD Received:16 Sep 2005Total Processing Time:85 days
Most Recent LUD:Days Elapsed:
Case Added to Tracker: 23 Jun 2015 Last Updated: 17 Sep 2015
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Jan 2017
Topic: How to report EB1-C abuse?

try to use some good words..

any idea what you mean below statement, he is Elect-president

DO NOT SEND TO TRUMP SUPPORTERS (ILLITERATES)
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 04 Jan 2017
Topic: H4 EAD gone case..

Trump Transition Team Demands List of Every Executive Order Obama Made on Immigration, Assets to Build Border Wall: Reuters


The Trump transition team wants copies of every single executive order and directive outgoing President Obama ordered on immigration since he took office, along with several other documents that will let them assess how to beef up border security, according to a Reuters exclusive.

Most famous among the executive orders: Obama’s unconstitutional shielding of illegal aliens from deportation in 2012, carving out exemptions for illegal aliens who arrived in the U.S. as minors. It granted a form of legal status and work permits to some 1.4 million illegals who signed up—and an “advance parole” that would let them claim U.S. citizenship, completely absent of Congressional oversight, let alone approval.

Trump transition officials also asked to see any illegal aliens’ records who had been changed to ensure federal workers were not altering them to help the illegals stay in the U.S., according to Reuters.

The illegal aliens who signed up for amnesty freely gave the government their addresses, identities, and admission that they’re in the country illegally, meaning they could be the first in line when the deportations begin under a Trump administration.

“Four years ago I pointed out the fundamental problem with the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program: Anyone who signed up for DACA would be adding their names to a list of self-identified illegal aliens. Should a future administration decide that it would start enforcing the law, the DACA program would provide list of prime candidates for deportation,” writes John Miano at the non-partisan Center for Immigration Studies (CIS). “At the time, this was so obvious that I was surprised anyone would be stupid enough to sign up for DACA and DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans). Yet apparently hundreds of thousands of people did so anyway.”

Roughly one million of the illegal aliens who signed up for Obama’s amnesty are from Mexico, CIS added.


There may be as many as thirty million illegal aliens living in America in defiance of U.S. law.

Any and every illegal alien in the U.S. is subject to deportation, Trump said in a major policy speech given in Phoenix, Arizona, roughly two months before his election win. There will be “zero tolerance” for illegal immigration under a Trump administration.

“Anyone who has entered the United States illegally is subject to deportation – that is what it means to have laws and to have a country,” Trump said.

The Trump transition team also requested that the Department of Homeland Security ” assess all assets available for border wall and barrier construction,” and look into expanding detention capabilities for illegal aliens and aerial surveillance of the U.S.-Mexico border:

In response to the transition team request, U.S. Customs and Border Protection staffers identified more than 400 miles along the U.S.-Mexico border, and about the same distance along the U.S.-Canada border, where new fencing could be erected, according to a document seen by Reuters…

One program the transition team asked about, according to the email summary, was Operation Phalanx, an aerial surveillance program that authorizes 1,200 Army National Guard airmen to monitor the southern border for drug trafficking and illegal migration…

Adding 413 miles of fencing on the southwest border would be more expensive, according to the estimate of $11.37 billion, because it would be aimed at keeping pedestrians as well as vehicles from crossing.

The meeting between transition team and DHS officials took place Dec. 5, Reuters said.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Sep 2015
Topic: Oct 2015 Visa bulletin revised and released :(


Please donate to Immigration Voice I think the only firm working for us in USA and they know our ground level problems.
All are other firms are just for there own benefit!

I already donated as I can.





lol...
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 17 Sep 2015
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

Receipt Number - EAC1590706***
date received - 6/18
SR Opened - 9/3
assigned to an officer - 9/8
date approved - 9/10
ordered for card - 9/10
Card Received - 9/16..

all the best to all people who are waiting for approval..
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 15 Sep 2015
Topic: Job experience for H4 EAD


My interview for the position of toilet cleaner went very well. They were not willing to support my green card application, but they did promise that after 6 months I would get a brush.



Are you going to use your hand until you get your brush to clean toilets???
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 15 Sep 2015
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders



how many days will it take to get the card after approval??


7 to 10 days.



Thanks
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 15 Sep 2015
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

how many days will it take to get the card after approval??
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Sep 2015
Topic: Obama EO: EAD for approved I 140



Dont port to EB-2.

EB-3 is going to be current in couple of years. While EB-2 will be same 2011.



And EB1 moves to 2005 LOL!



EB2 will go back to 1985 if EB1 moves to 2005
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 11 Sep 2015
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

Finally My wife H4 EAD Approved...

Receipt Number - EAC1590706***
date received - 6/18
SR Opened - 9/3
assigned to an officer - 9/8
date approved - 9/10
ordered for card - 9/10
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 05 Sep 2015
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

Got it.. thxs
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 05 Sep 2015
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

how to check SR status request?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Sep 2015
Topic: Significant Change to US Department of State Visa Bulletin


Good to hear this.
I wonder why there has to be a specific "acceptance" cut-off. and why not anyone with an approved I140 should be able to file for EAD.



lol...

why can't you ask GC on the day one when you land in USA...:)
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 03 Sep 2015
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

Have you opened SR in online or thru phone??
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 19 Aug 2015
Topic: Obama EO: EAD for approved I 140

08/18/2015: Increasing Tension and Conflict Between Employers and Certain Foreign Workers as Triggered by Obama Legal Immigration System Modernization Plan

Obama Administration released in July 2015 legal immigration modernization plans, which include the following:
"Further increase job flexibility by enabling individuals whose employment-sponsored immigrant visa petitions have been approved for more than one year to retain eligibility for LPR status despite the petitioning employer closing its business or seeking to withdraw the approved petition"

The plan involves expansion of current approved I-140 portability to those foreign workers whose I-140 has been approved. The plan proposes change of employment without affecting the approved I-140 petition one year after the time when the I-140 is approved. Currently, portability of the approved I-140 is available only to those who have filed I-485 application and six month passes. Reactions of the employers appear to create certain groups of employers. One group is to oppose such immigration reform and lobby against such reform behind the scenes. The second group is those employers who are preparing themselves against the inevitable forthcoming changes and to protect their interest against the foreign worker employees. The third group is to support such reform and take advantage of employment of foreign workers without restrictions and indefinitely without wage restrictions and without the restrictive and expensive L-1 and H-1B visa rules. Since employers are in business, no one can blame them for their actions to protect their business interests.
The first group's interest could be to keep the needed foreign workers under their total control outside of the competitive labor markets of the talented foreign workers. For this group, there is nothing the foreign workers can do about it other than their increasing political lobbies. The second group is more or less conceding the inevitability of the forthcoming changes and starts to prepare themselves and try to work out legal option to minimize the damage from such changes. This is lately more and more visible in the form of their legal protection by demanding change of employment contract with added penalty for leaving job. They provide for either punitive damage or liquidated damage from the departing employees in the employment contracts. Majority of the employers may belong to this group, more and more so in the future. However, under the law, there is a limit which employers can go to protect their interest in the form of employment contracts. In most cases, courts will not allow punitive damages and their focus will be limited to claim of liquidated damage in the law of employment contract. However, even liquidated damages, there is a limit the courts usually impose. When it comes to any claims under the immigration laws, employers do not have much legal claims. Under the circumstances, it is time that both employers and employees should start seeking counsel from contract lawyers to learn their options available under the law. The third group sponsors PERM applications and I-140 petitions en masse to reduce the number of their foreign workers in L-1 or H-1B visa statuses using portability of the approved I-140 petitions. This group will be successful in two fronts. One is to overcome current H-1B and L-1B laws that penalize employers hiring a large number of H-1B and L-1B employee in many different ways. The other is to control wages since such employees working EAD will not be subject to any requirement of prevailing wages. So far, so good. One huge problem is that such employers expose their talented employees to competitive businesses since I-140 approved employees can go into the open and free labor market without any restriction after one year of I-140 approval.
All in all, this is the time for both employers and foreign workers to review their options that are available to them under the law before the changes set in with the "modernized" employment-based immigration system.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 23 Jun 2015
Topic: Obama EO: EAD for approved I 140

Evaporated Hope for USCIS Release of Approved I-140 EAD Implementation Outlines and Timelines at AILA Annual National Conference

The Conference is about to be over, but sources indicate that there was no release of this information by the White House Cecilia Munoz nor USCIS representatives at the Conference. It may imply that the Obama Administration will go through the rule-making process pursuant to the already announced timeline in the semi-annual rule-making agenda.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Jun 2015
Topic: Obama EO: EAD for approved I 140

Disney Laid Off People And Replced Them With H1Bs

About 250 Disney employees were told in late October that they would be laid off. Many of their jobs were transferred to immigrants on temporary visas for highly skilled technical workers, who were brought in by an outsourcing firm based in India. Over the next three months, some Disney employees were required to train their replacements to do the jobs they had lost.

“I just couldn’t believe they could fly people in to sit at our desks and take over our jobs exactly,” said one former worker, an American in his 40s who remains unemployed since his last day at Disney on Jan. 30. “It was so humiliating to train somebody else to take over your job. I still can’t grasp it.”

The layoffs at Disney and at other companies, including the Southern California Edison power utility, are raising new questions about how businesses and outsourcing companies are using the temporary visas, known as H-1B, to place immigrants in technology jobs in the United States. These visas are at the center of a fierce debate in Congress over whether they complement American workers or displace them.

According to federal guidelines, the visas are intended for foreigners with advanced science or computer skills to fill discrete positions when American workers with those skills cannot be found. Their use, the guidelines say, should not “adversely affect the wages and working conditions” of Americans. Because of legal loopholes, however, in practice companies do not have to recruit American workers first or guarantee that Americans will not be displaced.

Too often, critics say, the visas are being used to import immigrants to do the work of Americans for less money, with laid-off American workers having to train their replacements.

“The program has created a highly lucrative business model of bringing in cheaper H-1B workers to substitute for Americans,” said Ronil Hira, a professor of public policy at Howard University who studies visa programs and has testified before Congress about H-1B visas.

A limited number of the visas, 85,000, are granted each year, and they are in hot demand. Technology giants like Microsoft, Facebook and Google repeatedly press for increases in the annual quotas, saying there are not enough Americans with the skills they need.

Many American companies use H-1B visas to bring in small numbers of foreigners for openings demanding specialized skills, according to official reports. But for years most top recipients of the visas have been outsourcing or consulting firms based in India, or their American subsidiaries, which import workers for large contracts to take over entire in-house technology units — and to cut costs. The immigrants are employees of the outsourcing companies.

In 2013, those firms — including Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services and HCL America, the company hired by Disney — were six of the top 10 companies granted H-1Bs, with each one receiving more than one thousand visas.

H-1B immigrants work for less than American tech workers, Professor Hira said at a hearing in March of the Senate Judiciary Committee, because of weaknesses in wage regulations. The savings have been 25 percent to 49 percent less in recent cases, he told lawmakers.

In a letter in April to top federal authorities in charge of immigration, a bipartisan group of senators called for an investigation of recent “H-1B-driven layoffs,” saying “their frequency seems to have increased dramatically in the past year alone.”

Last year, Southern California Edison initiated 540 technology layoffs while hiring two Indian outsourcing firms for much of the work. Three Americans who had lost jobs told Senate lawmakers that many of those being laid off had to teach immigrants to perform their functions.

In a statement, the utility said the layoffs were “a difficult business decision,” part of a plan “to focus on making significant, strategic changes that can benefit our customers.” It noted that some workers hired by the outsourcing firms were American citizens.

Fossil, the fashion watch maker, said it would lay off more than 100 technology employees in Texas this year, transferring the work to Infosys. The company is planning “knowledge sharing” between the laid-off employees and about 25 new Infosys workers, including immigrants, who will take jobs in Dallas. Fossil is outsourcing tech services “to be more current and nimble” and “reduce costs when possible,” it said in a statement.

Among 350 tech workers laid off in 2013 after a merger at Northeast Utilities, an East Coast power company, many had trained H-1B immigrants to do their jobs, several of those workers reported confidentially to lawmakers. They said that as part of their severance packages, they had to sign agreements not to criticize the company publicly.

In Orlando, Disney executives said the layoffs were part of a reorganization of technology operations to focus on producing more innovations. They said the company opened more positions than it eliminated, with a net gain of 70 tech jobs.

“Disney has created almost 30,000 new jobs in the U.S. over the past decade,” said Kim Prunty, a Disney spokeswoman, adding that the company expected its contractors to comply with all immigration laws.

The tech workers laid off were a tiny fraction of Disney’s “cast members,” as the entertainment conglomerate calls its theme park workers, who number 74,000 in the Orlando area. Employees who lost jobs were allowed a three-month transition with résumé coaching to help them seek other positions in the company, Disney executives said. Of those laid off, 120 took new jobs at Disney, and about 40 retired, while about 90 did not find new Disney jobs, executives said
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 02 Jun 2015
Topic: Obama EO: EAD for approved I 140

IV will come whenever they need donations...Aman Kapoor and other folks @IV are you listening?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 19 May 2015
Topic: Obama EO: EAD for approved I 140

IV Just need donations that's it...

Just to get money they are playing with many people emotions...losers...
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 May 2015
Topic: Obama EO: EAD for approved I 140


Guys,

All the docs available here.,Please ignore Eric holder(He is no more working in justice dept.).

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/p6vk2gm0eu7rm1j/AAAJN...


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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 May 2015
Topic: Obama EO: EAD for approved I 140

only for eb2's whose 140's approved for more than 3 yrs are eligible for AOS...this is in the memo...now don't ask me where did you get this info from. Wait for few weeks
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