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  • Kodi
    05-08 12:17 PM
    That's tough. I just filed today. I really thought the max wait would be 3 months but you said its already been 3 months. My H1 is expiring Dec 1, 2007.

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  • ImmiLosers
    05-15 12:52 PM

    At last, our priority dates are current.

    Now, we have to go and submit Medical Examination Results.
    My Wife is pregnant and I was told by my friends that it is not a good idea to get her immunized (vaccines) now. She might probably have taken most of them back in INDIA.

    Is there a way we can apply for I-485 and get EID's without her immunization record? (I will have mine). I am sure there are others who are in the same boat.

    Please advice.

    They do immunization after determining your antibodies. No immunization required if you have adequate level of antibodies.
    For Pregnant woman, Doctors will not do it even if you want to. I guess you are okay. Dr. will mention that in your med form

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  • anandrajesh
    01-17 04:46 PM
    Signed up for $20 monthly recurring payments thru Paypal.
    I will keep the payments going till i get my Magic Green Card.

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  • Meenal
    09-19 12:38 PM
    Can you PM me your real name. I have a feeling, I know you by your real name.
    Meenal (ivhandle : beenwaiting)

    I and manish flew monday morning sept 17th on a short notice to attend 11:30AM appointment and then again at 3:30 PM with nagaraj.
    We had 2 more appointments on 18th with NH senators.
    All the meetings were great and one them exceeded 30 minute schedule to 50 minutes.

    It was great to meet all the members like aman, jay, paskal, kanika, meenal, nagaraj, pappu, gopal etc.

    Paskal: Where is my beer?
    Gopal: "Don't shoot the messenger" in the situation room.
    jay: Speech pointing fingure to capitol hill behind him. "We are here on offence".
    Mike: Step1 to step 5 entertainment

    These are some, but not all, of the memorable things in DC.

    I really had to mention pappu seperately.
    He is a dedicated person to this cause and needs special mention. I really enjoyed his company in the bus on our return journey to NH. We shooted all possible questions and got convincing answers.

    Thanks again for the wonderful experience.
    It was a true vacation.:eek::eek:


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  • Michael chertoff
    02-25 07:58 PM
    Hotel near capitol hill. We will post it soon. But all our meetings are in this area.

    I am not registered but will be there with atleast 10+ friends.


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  • amitjoey
    12-18 04:57 PM
    Dear friends,

    The next session of congress is almost upon us. Nothing will be achieved without funds, please open your hearts and wallets and contribute now. Remember, we are in the fight of our lives, a half hearted effort will condemn us to more of the same.
    Please contribute and post here to encourage others as well.
    I have sent my third contribution of $100 a few minutes ago. Please join me.
    With enough money and enough effort, not to mention excellent leadership, we will surely succeed.
    Thank you all for heeding this appeal :-)

    Thanks Pascal, we also need more members


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  • Legally immigrating to this country can be a gut-wrenching, years-long ordeal. Administrative errors, protracted security checks -- which have lengthened markedly since the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks -- and bad information routinely cause heartache. Immigrants and immigration lawyers say applications sometimes go into a "black hole" from which no case updates emanate.

    "What's going on in Congress right now is still an add-on to an essentially outdated and overly complex, throwback system ... written in the 1950s and amended in 1965," said former immigration agency chief Doris Meissner, who is now senior fellow at the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan think tank in Washington, D.C. "The statutes are just hopelessly complicated and convoluted. ... It surely shouldn't have to be such an unpleasant and harrowing experience."

    No plan under consideration will fundamentally overhaul the country's cobbled-together immigration law, which lawyers say rivals only the tax code in complexity.

    Many legal immigrants have worried that immigration reforms proposed in Congress will allow some of the country's estimated 12 million illegal immigrants to skip this nerve-wracking process. But the bill the Senate passed last month could actually help the 3 million people currently in line for lawful permanent residence documents, or "green cards," to get them more easily. And those familiar with the bill say no illegal immigrant will get to cut into the line for a green card.

    In addition to allowing several million undocumented immigrants to apply for temporary work visas and eventually permanent residence, the bill would make more green cards available overall.

    But the proposal faces a tough battle in a forthcoming conference committee that will attempt to reconcile it with the immigration bill passed by the House in December. The House bill would criminalize illegal immigration and beef up immigration enforcement but makes no provision for new green cards.

    Immigration advocates hope the additional green cards will, if the Senate bill becomes law, ease backlogs. The bill also could help the U.S.CIS improve its services because it will receive the new fines to be paid by undocumented immigrants adjusting to legal status. But it is not likely to address security bottlenecks or the lack of an integrated immigration computer system.

    "It would be nice for them to get into the 20th century, let alone the 21st," said Crystal Williams, deputy director of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in Washington, D.C. "Everything is done by paper right now. We have the problem of paper being shifted back and forth around the country. Virtually nothing is done electronically."

    The National Foundation for American Policy in Washington, D.C., reported last month that skilled workers must now wait more than five years for a green card and, in spite of recent progress, the backlogs are as long as they always have been for some categories of family-sponsored visas.

    Filipino siblings of U.S. citizens still can expect to wait 22 years to immigrate. Adult children of U.S. citizens in Mexico will wait 13 years. And then there are the indignities:

    -- Visitors to San Francisco's immigration office must pay nearby deli and copy shop workers $5 to hold their cell phones because they are forbidden in the building.

    -- People seeking visas from abroad must pay $18 each time they schedule an appointment or check on their case.

    -- People renewing temporary skilled-worker visas must return to their home countries, sometimes at a cost of thousands of dollars in airfare, to obtain the visa stamp in their passports that allows them to travel. "It really is Kafkaesque," said Susan Bowyer, managing attorney at the International Institute of the East Bay. "All the power is in the immigration service's hands, because the burden is on the applicant to show by clear and convincing evidence that they're eligible."

    Bowyer recalled the case of a Tongan woman who won the "diversity lottery," a program to admit 50,000 people a year from countries that don't produce many immigrants to the United States. She had to forgo her spot because she couldn't prove to she had completed high school after the small religious institution folded.

    A Salvadoran woman who petitioned in 1992 to bring her brother and his family from El Salvador saw the case summarily closed after a 12-year wait, Bowyer said, because a government clerk thought a note on a document saying the man was already here on a visit meant the family no longer wanted to immigrate.

    Williams, of the immigration lawyers association, estimated that major errors like this occur in up to 10 percent of cases. Occasionally, the errors affect large numbers of people, she said. U.S.CIS recently rescinded 10,000 fiancee visas after realizing it hadn't asked about the citizen petitioners' criminal histories.
    Simple matters, like getting the immigration service to keep track of a changed address, fail more often, said San Francisco attorney Angela Moore, chair of the Northern California chapter of the immigration lawyers group. When mail is returned to the agency, applicants can miss hearings or have their green cards destroyed, which means paying $260 for a replacement.

    "I would guess it's at least 20 to 30 percent of the time," said Moore. "It's not infrequent at all."

    Strict formulas that limit the number of immigrants from any one country and the order of preference by which relatives can apply for reunification can cause decades-long delays. That and the lack of green cards or even temporary visas for low-skilled immigrants promote illegal migration, said Traci Hong, director of immigration programs, Asian American Justice Center in Washington, D.C.

    But the Senate's plan to offer permanent residence to millions of undocumented immigrants strikes a raw nerve with many people who came here legally.

    "Part of my frustration is to hear illegal immigrants called immigrants when I'm called an alien. I'm doing things right, but I'm still called an alien," said French-born Florence Ahlouche, who has spent nine years in the United States. "If I lose my job tomorrow, my reward is a ticket back home."

    First an au pair, then a student and now working on an H1B visa as a contracts administrator for a Foster City biotech company, Ahlouche longs to put down roots here in the country where she came of age. She began the green card application two years ago and expects to wait two or three more years, but she's concerned that a legalization program would let the undocumented jump ahead of her in line.

    Others see a glimmer of hope in offering legal status to illegal immigrants. Kondala Rao Palaka, an Indian citizen who has lived in the United States for 16 years as a student and then an H1B worker, just got his green card last month, after a four-year wait. But his wife is still waiting for hers.

    "These are hardworking people, just looking for a better life," said Palaka, a Fremont resident. "And because of their efforts, their demonstrations and lobbying, if Congress decides to allow them into the line, that will help people who are already waiting. It will mean they have to keep the line moving."

    Immigration experts say that's precisely what would happen if the Senate bill becomes law. The increase in green cards is expected to eliminate all backlogs within six years, and everyone who has a pending application would be taken care of before any undocumented immigrant gets a green card.

    But some immigration observers say making life easier for would-be immigrants should not be the government's first priority. Yeh Ling Ling, director of the Oakland-based Diversity Alliance for a Sustainable America and herself an immigrant from Vietnam, believes the United States lacks the resources to absorb more immigrants. She opposes the Senate bill, both for its expansion of legal immigration and for its offer of legal residence to illegal immigrants.

    "If the Senate amnesty bill becomes law, we can expect 12 million illegal aliens to apply and, once naturalized, they can bring in their family members, spouses and children," said Yeh. "You cannot invite people to your house for dinner if some of your kids are starving."

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  • abqguy
    05-17 11:32 AM
    I expressed my support by calling all the listed offices. Took me 10 minutes, as they were receiving several calls from IV members and already familiar with the bill numbers that I was gonna mention. Thanks IV for leading this effort. Great job!


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  • 485_se_dukhi
    09-20 10:58 PM
    I'd love that...:) Great, I did see you. Lets catch up at the next rally ;)

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  • RandyK
    03-28 11:48 AM
    My PD is Aug 2005

    Just a month behind :(


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  • sam_hoosier
    01-18 01:53 PM
    Signed up for $ 20/month.


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  • waiting4gc
    01-20 10:17 AM
    I have a couple fo friends who I got to sign up but they havent sent email to this list. How are we tracking those people.

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  • samsu
    05-15 07:05 PM
    I had similar question, this bill has the most co-sponsors, and probably the most viable one as well. Why don't we urge the congressman support this bill???

    Please include this bill on first page.

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  • spatial
    01-19 02:49 PM
    I am assuming that IV has resent the message to all members. However, I still got nothing in my mailbox:

    "Welcome, Spatial!
    You have 0 unread messages:"


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  • Pineapple
    12-13 02:36 PM
    Since people would be filing taxes early next year, and most expect some returns from Uncle Sam, how about starting a thread to pledge $ 200 from tax returns?

    Also, someone had once suggested IV set up a mechanism via Pay Pal to make auto deduction of say $ 20-25 every month. That should get it more continuing contributions and help even out IV's cash flow.

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  • pd_recapturing
    08-04 09:19 AM
    Till now, I was thinking that I will get my EAD any time soon but looks like, I am stuck. Today is 63rd day and I have no news. I e-filed on 06/02. Is there anything, I can do to expedite it ? My wife paper filed on 06/15 and she also has no news. We both filed with TSC.

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