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  • vicky007
    12-15 01:01 PM
    Hi Vicky,

    Here's a thread that discusses this:

    http://www.immigrationportal.com/showthread.php?t=219339

    Regards,
    Gravity

    Thanks Gravtation.





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  • nk2006
    02-13 03:27 PM
    I almost missed this drive. Thanks for the reminder.





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  • x1050us
    07-19 03:23 PM
    I tried CIS press room, but couldn't find it. And i'm sure that about couple of weeks back i saw that memo (which states if initial evidences are not present, they might reject/deny a case without RFE). It was posted on this board and now its very hard to search with few words.

    I saw that too. But my question was what if we provide partial evidence. i.e., get vaccinations and x-ray but not skin test. Hope that they will give an rfe for skin test if skin test is mandatory





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  • BharatPremi
    11-06 10:43 AM
    Guys,

    I had INFOPASS appointment today. We reached 15 minutes before scheduled time. 8101 N Stemmns Fwy - Building does not have visible number "8101" but large "Department of Homeland Security" board is easily visible. At the entrance we showed our infopass appointment letter and Guard told us to stand in a queue behind racks. I saw 2 different queues nearer to Window so curiously I asked the fellow who was right ahead of me and he told me that the queue where we stand is meant for people who have not taken appointment and other queue right across the window is meant for people who have taken an appointment. There are no sign boards for these 2 different queues. Guard misguided us so all in all we wasted 5 to 7 minutes I came out from that queue and stand in the right queue again. At the window I was asked for Driving license and purpose of the appointment. I showed driving license and told we filed AP in July, 1* but have not received it. He demanded I-131 receipts and I represented them. Then he gave us tag numbers for all family members including myself. Then we moved towards the main entrance of the bulding. Guard instructed us to remove wallet,pen, anything we had in our pockets, purse,belt etc (Cell phones are not allowed inside the building) and put in one bucket which was scanned through the machine like available on airports. We had to walk through metal detector and then took possesion of our belongings and then waited in the waiting room for approximately 15 minutes. As our tag number appears on the electronic board with assigned counter number, we went to the counter. Lady officer greeted us and asked the purpose of the appointment and again I represented infopass appointment letter and I-131 receipts and told her that I have not received our advanced parole yet although we filed on July 1*. She dived into her computer and said your all Advanced parole are already approved on 10/1*/07 (Which was the date of first (And only one) LUD on our APs) and already mailed to you so she can not issue either "Original" or "duplicate" Advanced parole. According to her I should be receiving them any day now. She herself wanted me to give me the info about EAD status without myself asking so I told her that we already received our EADs and then she asked me, do I have any question for her and I said yes, what would be our name check status and she again digged into computer.According to her my Name check is still pending and I should inquire again after 4 months by taking another infopass appointment. Upon my further digging she told me that if everything is "generally clean" then 4 months is a standard period to get name check clear so she suggested me "inquire after 4 months". According to her my family has already cleared name check.

    Thanks.



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  • arsh007
    11-20 10:30 AM
    I am also waiting for a GC to buy a house ... can't buy on a H1 visa with a project that keeps on getting extended every 3-6 months. You need stability for at least a few years to put in a committment for a mortgage that you are going to pay for 30 years.

    I also work in a IT consulting position but still decided to go ahead and buy a home in St Louis back in September 2007. My 485/EAD/AP was filed in August 2007 and EAD approved a few weeks back. However despite my current situation, I believe buying a home was a wise decision considering the kind of lifestyle and security it provides for you and your family. I know a lot of my friends who decided to take the plunge and bought houses though they were working on H1 and have their GCs pending for a few years.





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  • aknynd
    12-28 11:28 AM
    Hi,

    I-140 approved - June 2006
    I-485 Filed in July 2007
    AP- Approved Oct 2007
    FP - Done in Oct 2007
    Can someone tell me how to check whether Finger Printing is cleared and case has been sent/approved from FBI Name Check



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  • qualified_trash
    12-12 01:51 PM
    QT:

    You mean Feb of 07, right?
    I meant the bulletin released in Jan of 2007 which would be for the following month which would mean Feb of 07.

    nitpicking are we ?? :-))





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  • unseenguy
    06-16 11:07 PM
    ^^^^^^^^^

    what about 221(g)?



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  • uma001
    05-22 04:27 PM
    This Jan 1,2007 date is another Joke by this lawmakers. These undocumented workers came crossing the border without any port of entry evidence. How can they prove they came before or after that date.


    This date is for those people who try to ebcome illegal ( like us , now we are thinkign to become one). Now you cant become illegal becos of this cut off date.





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  • jambapamba
    08-10 11:46 AM
    Perm filers hate LS guys as they went ahead of line...
    Backlog guys hate Perm filers as they went ahead of line...
    Eb3 guys hate EB3-EB2 conversion guys as they went ahead of line...
    ....and it goes on.
    This shit never ends!!!:(

    Strangely, everything is done within the scope of law!



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  • pappu
    05-11 02:17 PM
    I have the same question. Recapture bill can be added as an amendment. Is any of IV's provisions there in the bill?

    No IV provision is in the bill.

    For something to happen, each member needs to do their part by supporting this effort and taking part in action items. With so little support and initiative we cannot expect to match the kind of hard work DREAM act advocates have done.

    If we need an amendment, we should be showing up for advocacy day or signing up for monthly contributions, volunteer our time, or doing any state chapter work by meeting local lawmaker offices regularly in groups. Dream Act folks have built a very strong network and advocacy effort that no politician can ignore. Go through the list of things they have been doing over the past few years and you can judge how much percentage we have as a community matched that effort. This is a reality and and ultimately it will be us that are responsible for no bill being passed in the last few years.

    The community needs to do more than wasting time on the forums and trackers if they really want any bill to happen.





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  • ivbabu
    01-04 01:59 PM
    You can bring UP TO 4 spouses on H4 visa. That's why it is called H4. Similarly on F2, you can only bring 2 spouses, Ah...students do not make that kind of money to support more than 2 spouses. USCIS thinks so much about us.

    I am just talking out of my A**.

    kumar1 & gc_chahiye: your posts made me laugh for more than 10 min. You guys made my day short. I cannot forget this thread at least till this weekend. We need threads like this to easeoff stereotype life and stress



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  • ujjvalkoul
    06-26 02:31 PM
    everyone I go to offers Digital Photos (ID PHotos)....my attorneys had said Digitals are not acceptable...but looks like that is all u can get nowadays...
    BTW Costco is the cheapest!!!





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  • number30
    04-09 02:37 PM
    Filing Fee is not enclosed as it is USCIS service error.
    (This was done as officer at USCIS told that Fee need not be included as it is service error, attorney also agreed with this statement).



    Problem with not including filing fee is you do not get the receipt or receipt number, Hence difficult to track.



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  • 485Mbe4001
    06-10 01:16 PM
    BTW, can you call and ask if you case is preadjudicated. In our case my #@$@ lawyer refuses call USCIS or allow us to initiate an SR (one of the reasons why we had no idea that we were stuck in namecheck)

    ALIA post doesnt help India and China EB3's (i am EB3 too). Assuming that 50% of the people who pre adjudicated are from India with a 50-50 split between eb 2 &3. We cannot expect any movement because we have ~25k EB3's ready for approval with only 3-4k visas. Eb2's (I)could be in a slightly better situation by July '10 because of spillover from unused EB1's and EB2's. I am guessing that 12-15k EB 2's will benefit. The only sliver lining is that ROW's who had visa's available but were stuck due to processing delays will be relieved from the pain.


    As per this everyone who got pre-adjudicated would be receiving their GC in FY2010. But, there are people from EB3I with PD as late as 2007 who got RFEs recently and got their cases pre-adjudicated( I am one of them even though my PD is March 2003 and when I called up NSC, they said my case was pre-adjudicated and waiting for a Visa number ).
    With EB3I staying at 1 Nov 2001 when the new FY2010 quota starts in October doesnt match to what Ron Gotcher says.
    Anyone have any opinion?





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  • sanbaj
    08-01 10:39 AM
    Hi Sanbaj,

    You are very helpful and thanks once again for sharing your experiences and knowlege on interfiling.

    Regards
    GC_wait2002
    Thanks for your appreciation. Glad that I could help.



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  • amitga
    12-28 09:23 PM
    Can somebody tell in simpe words.

    Is the country quota is still soft quota or it is now rigid 7% irrespective of the fact that visa numbers of other countries are unused.





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  • TwinkleM
    02-17 10:13 PM
    @ Saggi13, When did u file your I-140 & when was it approved? Does your situation mean that they have started processing your case?





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  • lazycis
    02-28 01:49 PM
    Can you please let us know the URL for the latest name check FAQ posted today.

    http://boards.immigrationportal.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=17312&d=1204204596


    Questions & Answers
    BACKGROUND CHECK POLICY UPDATE
    Q1. What applications are affected by this policy change?
    A1. Applications included in this policy are:
    • I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status;
    • I-601, Application for Waiver of Ground of Inadmissibility;
    • I-687, Application for Status as a Temporary Resident Under Section 245A of the Immigration and Nationality Act; and
    • I-698, Application to Adjust from Temporary to Permanent Resident (Under Section 245A of Public Law 99-603).

    Q2. How has USCIS changed its national security requirements?
    A2. USCIS has not changed its background check policies for naturalization applications. Recently, the agency did modify its existing guidance for certain applications (see above) where the immigration laws allow for the detention and removal of individuals if actionable information from a FBI name check response is received after approval. No application for lawful permanent residence will be approved until a definitive FBI fingerprint check and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check are completed and resolved favorably. (Please refer to the USCIS Immigration Security Checks fact sheet on the USCIS website for more information.)

    Q3. How has USCIS changed its adjudications requirements?
    A3. For these forms, including applications for lawful permanent residence, USCIS will adjudicate the application based on all required evidence outlined in applicable law and regulation if the application is otherwise approvable, outside of normal processing times, and the FBI name check request has been pending for more than 180 days.
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    Q4. What happens if USCIS later receives adverse information from an FBI name check?
    A4. In the unlikely event that Department of Homeland Security, (DHS) receives actionable adverse information from the FBI name check after the application is adjudicated, DHS may detain the applicant and initiate removal proceedings.
    Q5. Why is this policy being implemented?

    A5. This policy change responds to a 2005 DHS Inspector General recommendation that USCIS better align its background check screening policies with those of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    Q6. Is this policy consistent with the national security priorities of USCIS and the Department of Homeland Security?
    A6. Yes. Applications for lawful permanent residence will not be approved until a definitive FBI fingerprint check and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check are completed and resolved favorably. In addition, in the unlikely event that DHS receives actionable adverse information after the application is approved, removal proceedings may be initiated.

    Q7. How many applications for lawful permanent residence are immediately affected by this policy change?
    A7. USCIS is aware of approximately 47,000 applications for permanent residence (I-485) cases that are otherwise approvable but have an FBI name check pending. A portion of these cases are both outside normal processing times and have an FBI name check that has been pending for more than 180 days. These cases will be subject to processing under the new policy. USCIS anticipates the majority of the cases that can now be adjudicated will be processed by mid-March 2008.

    Q8. Does this policy change affect naturalization applications?
    A8. No. There is no change in the requirement that FBI name check, FBI fingerprint and Interagency Border Inspection Services (IBIS) check results be obtained and resolved prior to the adjudication of an Application for Naturalization (N-400).

    Q9. How long will it take for USCIS to work through the cases affected by the policy change?
    A9. USCIS has begun identifying cases affected by this policy modification in each field office and service center. Each office will evaluate the pending cases and will adjust their workload accordingly. USCIS anticipates the majority of the cases subject to this policy modification will be processed by mid-March 2008. We recommend customers wait until March 10 before inquiring about their cases. This will allow each office sufficient time to identify and adjudicate pending cases.
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    Q10. The memorandum identifies I-485, I-601, I-687 and I-698 forms. Is there a plan to include other forms, specifically nonimmigrant and naturalization, in this policy?
    A10. No.

    Q11. Should customers contact USCIS through the 1-800 customer service number or make an INFOPASS appointment to visit their local office if their case is outside of normal processing times and they believe their application meets the criteria of this new policy?
    A11. For pending applications outside of normal processing times, we recommend that customers wait until March 10, 2008, before inquiring about cases affected by this policy modification. This will allow each office sufficient time to identify and adjudicate the relevant pending cases. If no action is taken by mid-March, we recommend inquiring with the USCIS customer service line at 1-800-375-5283. This procedure is for customers who have been previously informed that their case is pending due to the FBI name check. (Cases that are still pending within the processing times will be completed when the related adjudication actions are completed.)

    Q12. Will USCIS automatically notify an applicant to appear at an Application Support Center, (ASC) if his or her fingerprints have expired?
    A12. Applicants will be notified through an appointment notice if new or updated fingerprint checks are needed.
    – USCIS –





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    geevikram
    11-25 04:34 PM
    I don't think the analysis for EB2 C&I is accurate.

    Current does not mean beyond your PD. There is no mention of PD's being current anytime soon.



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