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Member Profile: stopeb1cvisa (12 posts)

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Hello, I'm stopeb1cvisa (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 06 Oct 2015
I have been a member since 08 Apr 2015
I have added 12 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 06 Oct 2015
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 06 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

You have a valid point - the justification based on the fact Americans can fill the positions of EB-1C workers might carry more weight. At the same time, can they not fill the positions of EB-2 and/or EB-3 workers? I think the basis here is to question US' preference of immigrants in itself. While the country has established an order in its preference of immigrants, the poor eligibility criteria for EB-1C poses an obvious conflict. When a person is not eligible for EB-3 as a Professional, that person should not be eligible for any of the 'Professional' EB categories.
Now, I don't deny that talented individuals may not always possess a college degree. But, they should have substantial proof of their abilities in order to be the first preference of immigrants for the US. The only reason we compare it with 1A and 1B is because both categories are for Professionals and require outstanding abilities/contributions to even be considered under that category, whereas the EB-1C is not.
And, religious workers fall under a special immigrant category and I don't think they can be compared with the Professional EB categories. If someone wants to get greencard quicker, there are always choices be it legal or not. But, that is just a workaround - not a solution to the problem and does not have any root to destroy the petition. Any Government wouldn't advocate for adopting a method to find our way through the loopholes in the system.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 06 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

The categories are supposed to be progressively stringent as EB-1 represents the first preference US has towards issuing a permanent visa. To answer your question why should it be any stricter? - Because today, a person who is ineligible to apply for EB-3 can file under EB-1C; I don't see how that could be justified. A BSc/BCom grad is not eligible for EB-3, but if goes out of US for a year, he will be immediately eligible for EB-1C. Do you think it is fair? And, yes, I do agree that anyone can create a petition, but it will not fly without supporting documentation - very true. BUt, don't we have to give it a chance to fly by supporting it?
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 06 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

As I mentioned earlier, i do want to include more details to the petition. I wish I could but the content is limited to 800 characters. But I think we are on the same page as far as the core problem is concerned. I am not challenging you but if you can come up with a better worded petition, I will be the first one to sign it.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 06 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

Spot on. Probably they are the most intelligent people wanted by the US now. :-)
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 05 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

You are right. I just wanted to give a try from my part. If we managed to get 150 signatures, the petition will be visible to the public and might get more attention.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 05 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

Oh yeah?! I tried my best to describe the problem within the stipulated 800 characters limit - including spaces.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 05 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

So you didn't read the petition in the first place. If people those who are not even qualified for EB3 doesn't feel shame when misusing EB1C, why on this earth I have to feel shame?

There are millions of highly qualified people have been waiting for decades. If you are one of those EB1C misusers, you probably won't get a chance to experience the pain those families have been going through.

If you are not ready to sign the petition, fine. But I don't need your free advice.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 04 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

Friends, please sign the petition and spread the word.
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 03 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

Hi Guys,

A petition has been created requesting the government to introduce stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C Visa (Multinational Managers).

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov//petition/intro...

Could you please take a moment to sign it please? And, please spread this information to your family and friend. This will definitely benefit people waiting for decades in EB2/EB3 queue.

Thanks.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 03 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

Absolutely true. Most importantly, many of those uses EB1C are not even eligible for EB3.

I request you to sign that petition please. We have to do something to stop this nonsense.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 03 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

Hi Guys,

A petition has been created requesting the government to introduce stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C Visa (Multinational Managers).

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov//petition/intro...

Could you please take a moment to sign it please? And, please spread this information to your family and friend. This will definitely benefit people waiting for decades in EB2/EB3 queue.

Thanks.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Oct 2015
Topic: Stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C

Hi Guys,

A petition has been created requesting the government to introduce stringent eligibility criteria for EB-1C Visa (Multinational Managers).

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov//petition/intro...

Could you please take a moment to sign it please? And, please spread this information to your family and friend. This will definitely benefit people waiting for decades in EB2/EB3 queue.

Thanks.
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