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Member Profile: filter835 (9 posts)

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Hello, I'm filter835 (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 11 Nov 2014
I have been a member since 07 Aug 2012
I have added 9 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 17 Dec 2013
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 17 Dec 2013
Topic: Will CIR Bill pass by end of this year ?

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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 Dec 2013
Topic: Will CIR Bill pass by end of this year ?

haha ... thats correct.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 Dec 2013
Topic: Will CIR Bill pass by end of this year ?

But its better than maintaining H1B status working for a single employer for ever and along with that waiting for the date to be current.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 Dec 2013
Topic: Will CIR Bill pass by end of this year ?

That should be awesome. As they have already done that before, they should do it again.

We should create a petition for that, I am sure there will huge number of signatures!!!
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Dec 2013
Topic: Will CIR Bill pass by end of this year ?

If at all some bipartisan effort is reached on Employment based immigrations system to clear the backlogs, then would the bill be implemented from Oct 1st 2014 ?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 05 Dec 2013
Topic: Will CIR Bill pass by end of this year ?

Thanks for the reply.

Can USCIS project the number of I485 applications will be filed if they move the dates by 6 months..etc (any data from DOL based of PERM applications filed) ?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 05 Dec 2013
Topic: Will CIR Bill pass by end of this year ?

Hello,

I was thinking through the immigration reform process and came across the below questions:

If (assumption) the immigration bill(Senate Bill) is signed by president and EB2 India becomes current (again assumption) then :
1) How does USCIS handle to process the huge number of I485 applications (~100k excluding the count of pending applications and Pre-adjudicated applications). Does USCIS have the man power to process such a huge number of applications?

Below is the EB-485 Processing Volume Update at the End of September 2013 :
TSC:
Pending 28,900
Preadjudicated 46,713

NSC:
Pending 21,245
Preadjudicated 37,179

National:
Preadjudicated: 83,912

Also, does anyone know how many applications(I485) were filed in july 2007 fiasco?

2) Once I485 is filed, do we know whether the application is in pending or it has been pre-adjudicated ?
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 29 Nov 2013
Topic: H1B RFE Vermont


How much time normally do they take once they receive response ? ( Lets suppose they received response today....I am asking for Vermont Center )





Hi Mahout,

Can you share the details about the RFE?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 Nov 2013
Topic: Will CIR Bill pass by end of this year ?


Look like good news is on its way for H4

11/16/2013: Reportedly Obama Relies on Changes to Immigration Rules as Chances Dim That Congress Will Rewrite Laws

As we reported earlier, the death of CIR 2013 is a very much done deal. Apparently, implicitly admitting this realisty, the President issued a 9-page memorandum yesterday to initiate administrative fix of immigration relief. This order contained in the memorandum gives USCIS officials the power to �parole in place� immigrant spouses, children and parents of current U.S. service members, reservists and veterans. The change means that those immigrants can apply to legally live in the United States. The memorandum has yet to be made available, but this action implies that the Obama Administration is likely to use his executive power and authority to fix broken immigration system administratively piece by piece. Please stay tuned for development of this news.
Before the CIR legislative activities were initiated in the Congress, the USCIS prepared a secret internal memorandum to fix immigration administratively, which was eventually leaked in the media. Believe or not, most of the relief provided in the secret memo have been inititated and implemented in the areas of relief of undocumented immigrants and family related issues, followed by its initiatives to fix some areas in the employment-based immigration system, including H-4 employment authorization relief and relaxed EB-1B Outstanding Researcher immigration requirement, etc. These two administrative fixes in the employment-based immigration system showed in the DHS rule making agenda and inteneded to be pushed ahead before the CIR legislative process emerged. It is hoped that this Friday's action be followed by additional action to fix employment-based immigration fixes sooner or later.



Reading the post looks like there will be some improvement in the employment-based backlog. At least they should ignore the derivatives from the GC quota (for india) to clear the backlogs.
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