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  • GoneSouth
    03-16 08:29 PM
    GC: O*NET codes are used by the Department of Labor to classify occupations. The dictionary of O*NET codes can be found here: You can click on the "Find Occupations" link and us the various search facilities to find the occupation that matches closest to your current and proposed future position.

    AJ: sorry, can't help on the priority date question. I think this has been covered in other posts on these boards though.

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  • vnsriv
    03-31 04:32 PM
    I am taking a guess that what Ronnie meant to say was that, Tax filing (whether or not you file jointly) has no implications on your immigration process... which is true.

    If you filed 'married filing separately' does not mean that you dont want to support your spouse anymore as a derivative of your I-485 !

    I second this. Tax Filing has no implications on your immigration status.

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  • Kalidindi
    07-26 04:30 PM
    The PD was current in August 2005 for EB2.

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  • petersebastian
    04-02 01:09 PM
    Get married to your partner.. its legal in states like CT, MA. Not sure if USCIS will consider it legal.

    No, they will not. In fact, if I get married to him, they will deport me immediately.
    Well guys thanks for your help...

    And you're not the only one to tell me to stay here to get my gc. I was also advised to marry a woman just for the gc. The point is that I don't want to do anything illegal.

    But I considered all those options. All I want to do right now is to stay with my partner just a little bit longer, I can't imagine putting an ocean between us again. I understand that I'm already in a difficult situation, and I will have a lot of explaining to do in the future when applying for a visa (since as I understand my current one is no longer valid), but I just want to get a ban. That's the only thing I'm afraid of.


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  • raysaikat
    05-24 05:43 PM
    ... My husband applied for GC and I have dependent EAD till Oct 2010 but then he moved out of USA last year ...

    One point to add: If your husband did not get AP before going out and/or stayed outside for too long and/or did not file taxes in US, etc., then it is possible that he has abandoned his GC application, in which case the dependent's EAD also becomes invalid.

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    03-07 12:32 PM
    That is not correct. Even if employer revokes it, the PD is good. The only time you will loss PD is if CIS revokes it due to fraud.


    I did not mention that the PD will be affected. My first sentence very clearly states that his PD will not be affected. The disruptions I mentioned were with respect to his current petition.

    Read carefully before jumping into conclusions.


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  • schandra
    11-25 09:10 AM
    Febperm, I just did a search in google "USCIS Appeal bachelor" and I got those decisions based on bachelor degree concern.
    I demanded for a copy of the Appeal from the lawyer and the company also agreed. In that my lawyer firstly argued Bachelor of Commerce (3yrs) and NIIT qualifies for 4 year US Bachelor, so I should be granted the I-140 based on EB3 "Professional" Category.
    Secondly, If USCIS does not agree with Bachelor or equiv based on my education, they also argued that based on the the experience in the same field, I should be granted based on EB3 "Skilled" labor category, thus making case to approve labor in that category.
    Becausee it is difficult to convince USCIS that 3yrs Bach or India and NIIT diploma would be considered under Professional Category, I think in my case, I have a chance to get it approved on the basis of "Skilled" Labor.
    But i think one has to be mindful to ensure the language of the appeal should be in-line to the labor certification, any inconsistencies makes it difficult to argue as seen in the link i attached in my previous post.
    What I would like to know is, what are our options if they Deny the appeal (for cases in Appeal in EB3 and not on EB2).

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  • bigboy007
    10-11 01:31 PM
    Consult with your current company immigration attorney and find out why your current job will not qualify for EB2.

    Just in case start your EB3 GC and port your PD to this new GC I-140. That will help you with the H1B renewal for 3 years. You have got 14 more months. you should be able to get I-140 filed by then, do a premium for I-140 to get it approved by the time you renew your H1B.

    Renewing your H1B based on the revoked I-140 would be risky.
    Did USCIS sent you any notice that your 485 is not valid ?


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  • GoneSouth
    03-14 05:48 PM
    You can only file a second LC for the same employee at the same company, if the new position is "substantially different" from the old position. [ I am happy to report, that I just received my PERM approval for doing exactly this :) ]

    If your LC was filed via PERM and approved, you do not need to refile just because you lost the receipt. If you're filing an H1-B renewal, a screen shot / printout of the PERM app, showing the case #, is sufficient. If you're filing an I-140, there's a check box on the I-140 to indicate that USCIS should request a PERM approval receipt directly from DoL.

    - gs

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  • GCwaitforever
    06-19 05:37 PM

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  • thomachan72
    06-10 11:45 AM
    Hi Gurus,

    I came to U.S in May 2006. The company for which currently I am working (Company A) filed my labor (EB2) in October 2009. The labor got approved in May 2010.
    My Visa is expiring in March 2011.

    Now the attorney has asked me for the documents to proceed with I140.Hopefully my I140 will be filed in couple weeks.

    Now my question is that, I am planning to change my job (to employer B) in September 2010.

    Please help with your valuable answers for the following questions:-

    1. How long does it take to get the i140 approved?
    Premium should get it done in less than one months
    2. What will happen to the PD if employer A withdraws or revokes my I140 approval after I join company B? Can I still carry over my PD?
    Once the 140 is withdraws things can become problematic. It is not very safe as per my limited knowledge
    3. At this point of time how long will I get the new Visa extension when I do the H1B Transfer from employer B?

    4. What are the documents I need from employer A if I have to carry forward my PD to the employer B's Green Card process?
    copies of previous approvals
    5. Does the new job need to be the same title and job requirements as the old one?
    absolutely yes

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  • sachisdis
    02-23 07:48 PM
    Im from India and joined the company 4 years back as Programmer/Analyst. I have an Bachelors in Computer Science (3 Yrs) + MCA (3 Yrs) and experience of 4 years & 8 months before joining the company. The company field for GC under EB3, priority date: November 2008 and I-140 approved date: November 2009.

    With nearing 9 years of experience company promoted me to Sr. Programmer/Analyst consultant and is ready to file the case in EB2.

    My question:
    1. My priority date from EB3 is November 6, 2008. So after approval of fresh labor for EB2, can the new I-140 for EB2 be filed with the old priority date of EB3 ?
    2. Can the same company hold two I-140 for the same employee? That is keep the EB3 I-140 active and apply for EB2 I-140 till the EB2 clears/approves ?
    3. The designation & job duties can be the same as that of EB3 or need to be changed.

    Thanks in advance!


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  • andy garcia
    03-17 08:18 AM
    My I-485 Receipt Notice does not have any PD on it either.

    ALl I-485, repeat ALL do not have PD date on it. Only the I-140 approval notices have a date filled in.

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  • LayoffBlog
    01-27 01:32 PM
    Pfizer announced Monday that it has signed a deal to acquire the smaller drugmaker Wyeth for $68 billion, and tens of thousands of job cuts will follow.Pfizer spokesman Ray Kerins said that two waves of job cuts would occur in 2009. In the first, Pfizer said it would cut 10% of its 81,900 staff - [...]

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    09-22 08:56 PM

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  • smisachu
    02-01 04:04 PM
    Here is what I would do..
    1. Pay off your debts..
    2. Collect 6 months of paycheck equivalent money in CDs.
    3. Buy life insurance.
    4. contribute to 401K if employer offers a match.
    5. Start children's education fund (4o3b?)
    6. Buy some gold may be 5-10% of savings.
    7. Invest in US based large cap consistent dividend yielding stocks > 4% yield (example:- PFE & T).
    8. Invest in an index fund with exposure to global economies with low expense ratio.
    9. Invest in your health (gym membership or equipment etc..)
    10. Buy some real estate if you can afford.

    Anything left over from this you should be put in equity tranche of a Synthetic CDO-Squared and hedge the USD-INR fluctuation on the payout of your investments by buying long dated Quanto options maturing at the expiration of your H1 or patience in waiting for GC-which ever comes first.

    I am kidding of course...


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  • Leo07
    11-27 12:41 PM
    Post July 15th 2007...Labor substitution is banned...Thanks to many cheap consulting companies for selling the Labor Certs in Black market.

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  • saimrathi
    07-03 11:41 AM
    Dont tell me you never take vacation ;-) If that is true, I will hire you.

    Please hire me.. since you are all set yourself... Lets be practical.. I think contacting the media should be your top priority.. I have done it already, why dont u use your precious time there...

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  • rsdang
    07-21 12:18 PM

    Make an infopass appointment and they can put a stamp in your passport which will allow you to travel.


    11-16 01:35 PM
    ABC NEWS: Will Congress Vote on DREAM Act for Illegal Immigrants in 2010?

    Senate Majority Leader Reid, Speaker Pelosi Weigh Lame-Duck Vote on Immigration


    WASHINGTON, Nov. 15, 2010�

    Senate Vote on DREAM Act, Immigration in Lame-Duck Congress? - ABC News (

    They came through for him during a tight reelection campaign in Nevada. Now Hispanic voters are looking to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to return the favor.

    Reid has promised a Senate vote this year on a small piece of immigration legislation known as the DREAM Act, which would give hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants a conditional path to legal residency.

    "The answer is yes," Reid told Univision host Jorge Ramos in October when pressed about whether there will be a vote. "I have the right to bring that up any time I want."

    As Congress reconvenes this week for the final session of the year, Reid now has roughly a month to make good on his promise.

    Many immigrants and immigrant advocates, particularly Hispanics, have been disappointed by Congress' inaction on legislation to address the situation of millions of the country's undocumented immigrants, particularly those who are young children.

    However, Republican opposition to efforts to legalize undocumented immigrants, a packed end-of-year legislative agenda and a bleak track record for controversial bills during lame-duck sessions all cast doubt on chances of the bill's passage this year.

    The DREAM Act would grant legal status to immigrants who complete college or at least two years of military service and maintain "good moral character." It would apply to immigrants younger than 36 years old who arrived in the U.S. illegally as children under the supervision of their parents.

    "We are very confident this will come up for a vote," said Flavia de la Fuente of the adovacy group "We are confident that the American people and that the moderate GOP will make the right choice when it comes to investing in the future of this country."

    Reid attempted to attach the measure as an amendment to the defense authorization bill in September, drawing intense protest from Republicans, who accused the Democrat of playing pre-election politics.

    Ultimately, Republicans blocked the effort to bring the defense bill to the floor for debate, precluding a chance of adding the DREAM Act. The bill also included a repeal of the military's "don't ask don't tell" policy.

    "We're going to vote on the Dream Act; it's only a question of when," Reid said after the vote. "It's a question of fairness. This is not the end of this."

    Many activists on both sides of the issue agree, however, that chances of the bill's passage are only going to grow dimmer with an influx of Republicans set to join the House and Senate in January.

    Roy Beck, president of Numbers USA, a group that favors tighter immigration controls and supports Republicans' efforts to block the DREAM Act, said the measure is flawed.

    "Some of these [immigrants] are compelling cases, no doubt about it," said Beck. "But you've got to draw some lines a lot narrower than the DREAM Act draws them. This is about giving millions of illegal aliens permanent work permits, and I don't think in this economy that this is a very happy time to be doing that."

    President Obama supports the legislation, as does Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who says it would help recruitment, and Education Secretary Arne Duncan, who says it's "the right thing to do for our country."

    But it's unclear whether the administration will push behind the scenes in the weeks ahead to make it a legislative priority. The Congress already faces challenging debates over whether to extend the Bush tax cuts, fund the federal government through 2011, and approve a controversial defense spending bill.

    "The president supports the DREAM Act and I support the DREAM Act. The president supports immigration reform, and I support immigration reform. And how Congress takes that up is for the Congress and the leadership to decide," said Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano in September.

    The DREAM Act has received some bipartisan Senate support in the years since it was first introduced in 2001. It was approved as part of immigration reform bill in 2006, but the package later failed in the House. In 2007, the Act was filibustered when it came up for an up-or-down vote.

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi has decided not to list DREAM Act as a priority for this week, a senior Democratic aide told ABC News. But it could come up after Thanksgiving.

    According to the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute, about 2 million of the nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S. could be eligible for legalization under the DREAM Act.

    The group also estimates, however, that only 825,000 of those immigrants would ultimately take advantage of the law if it were enacted.

    ABC News' John Parkinson contributed to this report.

    DESERT NEWS: Sign the Utah Compact

    Published: Sunday, Nov. 14, 2010 12:00 a.m. MST

    Sign the Utah Compact | Deseret News (

    Already recognized by Forbes Magazine as the top state in the nation for business, Utah further burnished its reputation for pro-family and pro-growth policies this week as civic, business and religious leaders signed the Utah Compact, a declaration for principled immigration reform.

    Historically, during periods of economic recession, business leaders and policy-makers have reverted to what economists call zero-sum thinking � the belief that one person gains only when another loses. When we only have so much pie, it is entirely rational to worry about how the pieces are divvied out. And when the pie is shrinking, the rules for who gets a slice become even more critical.

    Fixed-pied concerns are undoubtedly part of what lies behind the complex debate about immigration. There is understandable fear that immigrants might take increasingly scarce jobs and resources from citizens. And any public expenditure on immigrants, whether through social services or law enforcement, draws down a limited public treasury that deserves scrupulous stewardship.

    But people also intuitively understand that the best way to ensure more pie over the long term is not to hoard what is being served right now, but instead figure out how to expand the pie. This is what economists call positive-sum thinking � the belief that through exchange we can expand the pie, not simply fret about how it is divided.

    The recent recession, followed by a jobless recovery, has served up a fixed-pie economy. But zero-sum or fixed-pie thinking is never the path toward sustained prosperity. And as many of Utah's prominent civic, business, and religious leaders signed a declaration on immigration reform called the Utah Compact, they sent a powerful signal to the world that Utah embraces positive-sum, pie-expanding thought and policies. Instead of creating a hostile environment for immigrants, they have outlined thoughtful principles that embrace the promise afforded through immigration. They have sided with the consensus view of pro-growth free-market economists who recognize that immigration actually creates jobs and revenue. (

    Even more important than the powerful economic growth message inherent in the Utah Compact is its embrace of those core values that support a free, humane and prosperous society: respect for the rule of law, respect for families, respect for individual liberty and respect for the dignity and humanity of each individual. It emphasizes an orderly approach to the critically important concerns of enforcement and security.

    The Utah Compact is not itself a policy � it is a thoughtful declaration of principles that lawmakers should use as they work to craft pragmatic legislation that helps our state deal with the problems and promise afforded by immigration. We are impressed by the array of distinguished civic, business, and ecclesiastical leaders who have signed the Utah Compact or endorsed its principles. We encourage our readers to read the Utah Compact (The Utah Compact - Read the Utah Compact ( and sign it.

    07-26 07:18 PM
    You can get EAD even if your I-140 is pending.Correct me if I am wrong.

    Processing of your EAD and AP is independent of your 140 status.

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