Discuss runningman's I-140 USCIS Case

I-140 case:
15 Nov 2006
28 Apr 2007
28 Apr 2007
15 Jun 2007
27 Aug 2007
285 days
30 Nov -0001
27 Aug 2007
RFE on education equivalency and ability to pay. LUD was 6/19/2007

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Posted by runningman
06 Aug 2007 #1
LUD on 8/5/2007
Posted by InspectorFox
28 Aug 2007 #2
Why was your case denied?
Posted by svallabhu
13 Nov 2007 #3
Please tell why was your case denied? if you do not want your response to be public can you please write to [email protected] your input will help us in anticipating response on our case.
Posted by runningman
13 Nov 2007 #4
Why was my case denied? Why its because they are all out to get me :-)

The Labor was for a 4 year bachelor or foreign equivalent, I have a 3 year Bachelor in Computer Science. The original I-140 established equivalency by compining degree with experience (a BIG no no these days). This triggered an RFE. We responded back with another evaluation from the threeyeardegree.com that said that 3 year degree alone was equivalent to the 4 year degree but the buggers still denied the case.

As I am on my 8th year extension. I have appealed the denial to buy more time and started a new labor in PERM .

Best of luck to you,
Posted by pakistani
02 Apr 2008 #5
Mine (I-140) is pending since Nov 2006 515 days till now and no approval yet... donno why... filed MBA equal to Masters here and I donno why aren't they either approving or denying.. today is 4/2/2008 Lets see I'm also from Pak.
Posted by InspectorFox
03 Apr 2008 #6
My I140 case (EB3 India) is pending at TSC for 548 days since Oct 2006. USCIS does not approve or deny cases based on your country or religion. I had a very stong doubt about this that's when I called atleast 3 immigration law firms to check if this myth stands true.

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