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Member Profile: RVSree (47 posts)

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Hello, I'm RVSree (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 10 Jan 2018
I have been a member since 23 Nov 2011
I have added 47 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 10 Jan 2018
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 10 Jan 2018
Topic: Goodlatte bill coming today - Any details ?

It appears this time we are hearing from horse mouth about the increase in EB based visa as part of DACA deal, so it's going to be interesting to see the final bill how it might help for legal immigration community with or without PCC elimination.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/01...
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 21 Oct 2017
Topic: Ageing Out Legal Immigrant Children

We are not asking the agencies/Congress for additional GC visas or to pass a bill in order to clear the current GC backlog or eliminate per country quota's limits in EB-GC category because though these seem to be the correct fix however it's likely to be a long-term effort/solution to get this done.

We are asking a relief for the EB backlogged community. If USCIS understands our plight, then they might consider revisiting the current CSPA rule and amend it through a rule-making process since from the outlook it appears that there is not much dependency on the Congress to enact some law to help H4 Dreamers.

Also, unlike H4 EAD for spouse specific negative perceptions, we might get enough support from the agencies, AILA, and employers as well in this regard.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 21 Oct 2017
Topic: Ageing Out Legal Immigrant Children

@Guru's - Assuming that there will not be any GC relief in coming years, what are our options to mitigate our children from facing aging-out challenges and to bring them under Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) rule.

USCIS can add certain verbiage in the current interpretation of CSPA rule by including H4 based children provided if their parents have already approved I-140 which allows them to be covered under this clause.

We must explore channels/resources to see whether agencies through the rulemaking process can provide H4 EAD for children which can be used for college admissions and other purposes while ensuring that they still remain in the GC queue beyond 21 years.

If we can represent/request this issue (alone) to the respective agencies, then they might provide solutions by addressing the aging-out criteria taking into consideration of backlogged group.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 20 Oct 2017
Topic: H1B - Premium workflow

For how many years you got the approval, are you FTE or a Consultant.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 Oct 2017
Topic: Ageing Out Legal Immigrant Children

IMHO, there is no point on comparing H4 Dreamers Vs DACA because these type of discussions among ourselves may not fix the real issue that many of us are likely to face in coming years. We have to find out the right solution by engaging the appropriate legal counsel experts who can represent our case with lawmakers to pass a bill (or make changes to the current Ageing policy through the rulemaking process by the admin) in order to fix this issue before it becomes too late.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 06 Oct 2017
Topic: Nov 2017 VB Prediction

What is the basis of PD movement for 2011 around 2020, do you have any supporting data or SO calculation.

In past years, there used to be interesting analysis and projections about VB based on SO data and ROW demand.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 04 Oct 2017
Topic: H1b extension processing time - Vermont

For how many years you guys Visa's are approved assuming your case is filed under AC21 rule.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 03 Oct 2017
Topic: When will the H1B premium processing resume

It appears USCIS has resumed Premium Processing for all H1-B categories starting today.

https://www.uscis.gov/news/news-releases/premium...
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 13 Sep 2017
Topic: Driver license renewal refused at DPS in Texas

Those who are based out of Texas, please review the below details and let me know if you have any suggestions.

I have recently moved to Dallas TX, and my H1 extension has been filed recently. Considering the constraints involved in transferring/renewing my DL with TX DMV, I have tried to make a SAVE request today but unfortunately it appears the program is not available for applicants coming from out-of-state.

Since my current DL is expiring in next couple of weeks, I would like to know If there are any options available to transfer/renew my Driving License with Texas DPS asap.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 13 Sep 2017
Topic: Renewal of a Driver's license when H1B extension is applied

Those who are based out of (Dallas) Texas, please review the below details and let me know if you have any suggestions.

I have recently moved to Dallas TX, and my H1 extension has been filed recently. Considering the constraints involved in transferring/renewing my DL with TX DMV, I have tried to make a SAVE request today but unfortunately it appears the program is not available for applicants coming from out-of-state.

Since my current DL is expiring in next couple of weeks, I would like to know whether anyone was in similar situation and what are the available options with TX DMV (in the absence of PP).
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 25 Jul 2017
Topic: Which location is best to raise families being on H1

I can see the views about the quality of education in "US Vs India" to raise the children are discussed well here, we may have to admit that both the systems have merits and demerits and we can add more arguments to that.

But how these points will help someone who is on H1 undergoing challenges w.r.t. lack of FTE job opp., project continuity, financial aspects, job relocations - so we need to understand and discuss about the real problem before us and find ways to manage our situation better.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 24 Jul 2017
Topic: h1 Transfer question

Whether still 60 days grace period applies to anyone when he/she goes out of project or resigns while the H1 visa / I-94 validity is also expired same time ?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 22 Jul 2017
Topic: Which location is best to raise families being on H1

Although the job market and hiring seems to be good in general but landing in FTE jobs remain challenging for H1's regardless of the skill-set, domain, experience, etc.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 21 Jul 2017
Topic: Which location is best to raise families being on H1

What are the best locations in US to find (preferably FTE) good paying jobs that will help to raise families with growing children, and provide location stability.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 May 2017
Topic: H4 dependents (kids) when they turn 21?

curidpostn's case is classic example for many H1 visa holders children whose life might end-up in a similar way.

So it's important for us to understand the potential impact that this single issue alone could bring to our families.

Groups like SIIA can represent our community situation with Congressmen (similar to country-cap removal efforts), and work with the respective agencies to fix the present form of "USCIS - Child Status Protection Act (CSPA)" rule.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 29 Mar 2017
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

To all H1 parents, I am re-posting my earlier message to get your inputs on finding potential solutions w.r.t. preventing our children from aging-out (USCIS) policy, and manage college admission and tuition fee part being on H4 or F1 visa.

Note: In fact we should open a new discussion thread for not get lost discussing this key issue in the current thread.
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Being in H1 with children in High School definitely we are in a situation already, even this problem applies to H1 parents whose kids are in Middle School though they may not have immediate impact - at least for 4-5 years.

Unless we take some meaningful steps and explore the possible options with the help of interested groups and congressmen, it's certain that our children will be impacted in getting admissions based on Merits, and parents will be ended up paying exorbitant State tuition fee.

Can we approach SIIA or similar groups to discuss about our challenges and the possible implications that our family/children is likely to face in coming years assuming the current GC wait times are expected to remain unchanged?

One of the possible solutions that we should ask for is that, thru Rule Making process USCIS can freeze our children age when they turn 21 considering the decades of waiting time in the GC queue for H1 holders of Indian community.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 28 Mar 2017
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

Being in H1 with children in High School definitely we are in a situation already, even this problem applies to H1 parents whose kids are in Middle School though they may not have immediate impact - at least for 4-5 years.

Unless we take some meaningful steps and explore the possible options with the help of interested groups and congressmen, it's certain that our children will be impacted in getting admissions based on Merits, and parents will be ended up paying exorbitant State tuition fee.

Can we approach SIIA or similar groups to discuss about our challenges and the possible implications that our family/children is likely to face in coming years assuming the current GC wait times are expected to remain unchanged?

One of the possible solutions that we should ask for is that, thru Rule Making process USCIS can freeze our children age when they turn 21 considering the decades of waiting time in the GC queue for H1 holders of Indian community.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 20 Nov 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD is approved by OMB => NOW, WHAT NEXT ?

I happen to notice some of your comments in other threads as well, and I appreciate you for coming forward to share your views.

It appears that you are not one of the impacted legal immigrants, however we are still open to hear opinions from both sides as long as the points have substance.

For example on one hand you are referring the EB-I community are cheap labors coming from populous countries, but you are also pointing that we are replacing american workers, aren't we missing something here (common-sense?). How come the cheap labors who are NOT highly-skilled would be able to replace the talented workforce in US.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 20 Nov 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD is approved by OMB => NOW, WHAT NEXT ?

I agree, while the new congress can take measures to fix H1 issues, it seems that this might be a more restrictive fix which could potentially impact future immigrants flows to the US but however the question is, will their be any measures to provide solutions to the current legal immigrants who are living in the country.

None of the recent rules which was published ranging from H1 amendment, revising H transfer and renewal fees for various services hasn't helped us. Instead of streamlining their process to improve their SLA, now they are walking away from EAD processing timelines. How will these constraints helps either employers, clients or employees here in US.

Through this new rule the agency would have done something better such as issuing I140 EAD for long waiting H1 holders, based on merits such as education, skills, experience, and time spent in H1.

In the final rule, the agency has stated that they have understood our challenges but concluded that these are mere inconveniences from the employee's perspective. Does Children aging-out and the related impact is an inconvenience?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 20 Nov 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD is approved by OMB => NOW, WHAT NEXT ?

Though the so called I-140 is finally approved by OMB to retain highly skilled immigrants, what is the final outcome for us?

The answer is simple, rather than providing relief to the backlogged EB legal immigrants, the respective agencies just fixed the flaws in the existing framework of law through this rule-making process which took more than two years to conclude their efforts.

Has this new rule really addressed some of the concerns (if not all) of legal immigrants like;
a) I-140 based EAD with AP (agency would have really addressed some portion of our challenges, within their authority)
b) PERM portability if the job is in the same or similar field (this would be the least benefit they we would have provided)
c) Streamlining H1, EAD renewals process time-frame to to acceptable level

US can treats highly skilled immigrants better, but unfortunately the agency is not willing to provide the real solution.

https://www.cato.org/blog/lets-stop-discriminati...
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