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Member Profile: CoolSack (7 posts)

Hello, I'm CoolSack (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 04 Mar 2016
I have been a member since 01 Oct 2014
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I added my last post on 04 Mar 2016
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 04 Mar 2016
Topic: Indian Passport Renewal in BLS ATLANTA gather here.

Here are my timelines.

Walked in for dropping documents. Opted for Courier return.
It took around 1 month plus a few days.

BLS Receipt Number => USAA00000000
Current Aplication Status : Dispatched via Courier Using UPS Service.
Application accepted by BLS: 01-02-2016 , 12:37
Application Processed on Date :01-02-2016
Application Processed and submitted to Consulate : 03-02-2016
Passport received at BLS Center : 04-03-2016 , 10:19
Passport handed over to Applicant :-
Passport Dispatched to Applicant : 04-03-2016 , 12:26
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 14 Jan 2015
Topic: I-539 : Processing time for H4 to F1

Hi All,

My spouse has just joined for a Graduate Full Time Course. I am in a dilemma whether to apply for H4-F1 COS or have her go for fresh stamping during summer time in India or elsewhere. The International Services department in the University strongly recommend stamping due to the indefinite delay for COS as well as due to the stamping success record here.

Kindly give some suggestions to help me out. She is eligible for Assistant ships from Fall and has some offers.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 26 Nov 2014
Topic: Visa Stamping in Toronto, Canada for F1 / H4

Dear All,

I need an input here. My wife has got an admission to a very good university (UT Dallas MS ITM) for Spring 2015. She is currently in India and has a freshly stamped H4.
Though its late, she can attempt a stamping in India. But her experience (7 years) and valid H4 visa might go against us.
Some of my friends and an attorney suggests to have her travel in H4 and then do a COS to F1 or get a Canada stamping. If she travels in December starting, start college in January.. whats my best route here.
All your inputs are greatly appreciated!
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 05 Oct 2014
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

Thats what this forum and fraternity is trying to accomplish.
To answer your question, Yes .... If DHS and Obama passes the H4 EAD rule, AND your Spouse has PERM +I140 Approved (Or 6+ years in H1B), the you will be eligible to apply to EAD
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 02 Oct 2014
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

It is our actions that we are still languishing so far down the hierarchy. We just can't appreciate another person who is above us. Instead of trying to achieve that state, we always try to pull the other person down.

Well said, mate.
The same happens in every level of the chain. Maybe its more about the country where we came from. A classic example is the current Permanent Residents and Naturalized citizens who might want to campaign against H1Bs as a whole, claiming that we are stealing their jobs, their children's jobs. How would we feel about it?

And one a side note I am pretty sure that some of us who are actively participating for H1B , H4 issues today will certainly talk against further future movements once they cross the 'GC - Citizenship Bridge'.

What goes around , comes around...
Lets really focus on our core issues, unite similar people and fight for the actual cause...
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 02 Oct 2014
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

IMHO, we should be focusing on what our problems are. As it goes, when we point one finger at others, 4 fingers point towards us.

EB1C is the shortest feasible path to GC today, and I have seen many of my ex-colleagues get through, since they had a valid L1A.
Some of them might not really deserve it, but the big tech companies were getting prepared for the CIR (which demands a population of local work force) with this move.

Coming back to my point, I have also seen H1B guys from US colleges down bottom, with 'Below Pass' GRE admit scores. Some of them did not have any hope/scope for any kind of job back in India and hence ended up in these colleges abroad (Not even the Electrical engineer- Kellog Manager type mentioned here. Btw one of my close friends did MBA from USC Marshall School of Business, and is now heading a Restaurant chain. I would say thats more of a choice, even with the Kellogs guy.) . IMHO, I dont see them as a 'talent pool' even though they are well deserved for a GC line.

'Talent' and 'Deserving' might be a relative and subjective terms for each of us. I would advise to stay focused on tracking the EB2/EB3 backlog issues as well as the H4 EAD followups. Lets not stray away, and spread hatred in the process even.
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 01 Oct 2014
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

Hi All,
I have been a silent watcher of this forum since May 2014, when DHS initially announced the rule. Like most of us here I too want this rule to see daylight.
We have seen several ups and downs in hope, with a peak at Summer End.
I am pretty positive that the rule will get passed eventually, as its an official DHS proposal unlike the rumors on Reuse of unused GCs etc.
The problem we all are facing is the lack of transparency in the process. Though it apparently might seem like that, this is obviously politics driven.
We keep extending our deadlines.. Now we have a November to look forward to... Hope drives life...! All the best to all of us!
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