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  • sunny1000
    04-30 05:35 PM
    atleast there was bipartisan frustration on part of congressmen on both sides except for the king guy

    Yeah, King is like that crazy Tancredo...

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  • pmpforgc
    03-05 09:58 PM
    Entire world is turning up against immigration. It is beyond individual/group control to lobby for changes in that area.

    It is on the threshold of the time. Right now we as individuals still can make a decision to continue to be in US and wait it out or go back to our home country.

    But if this trend continues, I am afraid, some new law will make that decision for us to send us all back. It is just around the corner. Worst part is we can't do a thing about that.

    So want to blame anyone, blame your politicians of your native country for creating such a mess that people wanted to move to a different country.

    I agree fully with you.

    in our home country we have hard time to walk in cities because of exploding population.

    Hard to get clean water, air, milk and everything else

    Education system is detoriating day by day because of privatization, private institutions only look for profit and dont care mostly for their students. Fortunately they have billion people to get customers. Our engineers are mostly unemployable

    Property values are rising to extreme level beyond affordability of common man. Poverty rate is increasing day by day. Agriculture is detoriating and we are not a manufactuting masters. Our engineers are getting poor in quality day by day and scientist get frustated every day because of injust system so try to migrate every where else. We can never survive as country creating softwares or answering calls for long time. It might serve us for short period.

    Morality. Corruption, attitude of peoples and so-called social net work (which is even more selfish then US) are even hard to compare with other countries where relations and systems are more open and frank. In our home country on surface every thing looks good but if you try to look below it is hard to say how supefecious it is.

    so in short if we are hear only because we wanted GC, then we should leave in next flight to home. But if you have seen any other advantages of being here then hangin, GC will come. Dont wait for GC every day, just live your life and enjoy it to full extent.

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  • gapala
    09-09 10:15 AM
    [quote] to add to the conversation on the price -> locals are also experiencing a glut of money due to the economic boom in the last 5 years or so. Small businesses have really taken off in a big way exporting to Europe/ US. Investors in the stock market have also hit the jackpot. And, once you have money, for most Indians the safest option to invest is in property or gold.

    Also better salaries all around fueled by attrition of talent to the IT sector. [quote]

    This may be correct to certain extent but only the elite class and creamy layer of 1.8% of total population. When we look at the bigger picture of the country, I could not connect the dots. GDP is just above $2500 and PPP is about $3300. How in the world will you justify $200,000 to $300,000. Plus the cost of financing the purchase.

    In simple terms, median home price is 100 times the GDP and life expectancy in india is 70 years. average work life span is 40 years. Home Mortgages are 15, 20 or 25 years in India which will cover only 1/4th of the median price of a home based on even anticipated high GDP growth and considering moderate increase in cost of living. Given that the risk of default is huge and banks are running at very high risk. I believe buying a house is a big gamble in India and more to that for Banks, lending is also a big gamble.

    Note that according to banks, investment in apartments capitalize only over 25 years in india. (Rent vs. Own) Is this correct? Average rentals in ONLY Big cities are Rs. 12000 ($275 / month $3300 a year) to 15000 ($340 / month $4000 a year) for the same 1000 sqft 2 bedroom apartments which itself is above the GDP :). What that tells me, even the rentals are also not affordable to majority of the population. Back to captalization part 4000 * 25 = 100,000. which is half of the investment... add the alternate investment value for 25 years, capitalization will be way below 50%.
    That means it will take more than 50 years to capatilize the investment. This is more that Mod average work life span of 40 years. Note that Maintenance and Taxes for 25 years excluded in above calc. Are banks stupid?

    I do not know what to tell ya man! To me its really scary

    A small credit crunch (crisis is not required) might bring the entire economy to floor.

    fine print: (Above analysis applies only for working taxpaying people like us who does not have unaccounted money.)

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  • she81
    07-24 08:33 PM
    But it did not help much. Basically, when you call PBEC if you come across the switch board operator, who usually sits in the forenoon sessions, you will not have any luck at all. She would ask you to send any queries/questions thru your attorney. I called both DOL and PBEC numbers several times. DOL people, while souding helpful, always said that they are helpless. As for PBEC, most times, I ran into this operator who gruffly told me to talk to my lawyer. I did talk to someone other than the switch board operator on a few occassions and they did give me some useful information. I then used that information to pester my attorney to take some action. I found it is generally best to call on Wednesdays/Thursdays during afternoon sessions. This is just my personal observation. In your case, there is nothing wrong in trying, is there? It is better to try and fail than not trying at all...

    My LC application with a PD of Dec 2002 has been rotting at PBEC and finally ad for my case started appearing on AJE web site last week. My attorney has not received any thing at all. Mind you, in my case the recruitment efforts were completed long before it was forwarded to PBEC. It is precisely for this reason my application was 'unfit' for conversion to RIR. They now insist upon doing recruitment all over again. Neither my employer nor my attorney is ever involved in thid PBEC recruitment. The horror never ends...

    Go ahead and call. You might get lucky and actually talk to the analyst. When you start your conversation do not start off with request for information. Say that you found a problem with your case in screenshot or something like that. Any thing that makes your conversation separate from the rest. Goodluck.


    Thanks a lot for the heads up. I'm sure your advice will come in handy tomorrow. I've asked my attorney to call, but they simply won't venture into it and recommend waiting until the end of this month. Finally, I'm taking it in my hands.

    I'm sorry to hear your saga. It all boils down to sheer good luck, isn't it? Good luck with your case.


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  • zerozerozeven
    07-11 09:25 AM
    PD - Jul 07
    Any hopes for me in the Sep bulletin? hope they move it by another 14 to 15 months ...USCIS...pls...my wife badly needs an EAD to start working

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  • gc_dedo
    08-11 04:31 PM
    This message is on Ron Gotcher forum

    I continue to hear reports from sources I consider credible that the CIS is putting on a major push to clean up the I-140 backlogs. If this is true, look for a lot of I--140 approvals soon and a return to premium processing shortly thereafter.

    Link (http://immigration-information.com/forums/showpost.php?p=21675)


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  • jthomas
    06-11 01:32 AM
    Can we collectively find alternatives to move to other countries or going back home. I really don't think anything is going to happen for EB-I

    we should collectively aim our approach to get SSA back and use up other benifits

    J thomas

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  • pointlesswait
    06-10 12:08 PM
    same as DUI...but with lesser penalty...

    what is a DWI?thanks.


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  • ita
    08-25 08:13 PM
    I'm looking for homeloan options in India. Which bank would be good to apply for home loans.
    Was thinking about ICICI bank but got scared after going through the other thread about how ICICI bank is into stealing.
    I would appreciate it if anyone can give me few suggestions on this.

    Thank you.

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  • Macaca
    09-14 08:57 PM
    A Little-Known Group Claims a Victory on Immigration (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showpost.php?p=113489&postcount=730) By ROBERT PEAR (rpear@nytimes.com) | New York Times, July 15, 2007
    How Conservatives Enhanced Online Voice (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showpost.php?p=98681&postcount=598) - Talk Radio Blends With Blog Postings To Boost Message By JUNE KRONHOLZ (june.kronholz@wsj.com ) and AMY SCHATZ (Amy.Schatz@wsj.com) | The Wall Street Journal, July 3, 2007
    Immigration bill ignites grass-roots fire (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showpost.php?p=89612&postcount=461) The conservative group NumbersUSA has seen its numbers skyrocket. Activists pressure wavering senators By Nicole Gaouette (nicole.gaouette@latimes.com) | Times Staff Writer, June 24, 2007
    Grass Roots Roared and Immigration Plan Collapsed By JULIA PRESTON (juliapreston@nytimes.com) | New York Times, June 10, 2007: 1 (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showpost.php?p=80626&postcount=203), 2 (http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showpost.php?p=80627&postcount=204)


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  • gcnirvana
    08-07 12:53 PM
    Got it this time...looks like a refresh issue. Thanks!


    No,it is edited now.go thru the link once again and see.It is edited to 7/1/2007.



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  • Desichakit
    07-11 09:51 AM
    This appears to be half the battle won for EB2 as it has to translated into actual approval. Also we must be mindfull of EB3 retrogression and must not lose sight of it in this Euphoria.



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  • gc28262
    08-12 01:22 PM
    My wife works in a company where a good number of IT folks are staffed by INFY. The poor quality of work made the company think about not extending INFY's contract. But then it came out in the open that there was no documentation on how the applications were built, etc. INFY got wind of this, and now they have positioned themselves in the organization where without them, this company's IT would collapse.

    There are many such stories of outsourcing firms that are holding client companies hostage. Though I do not agree with the bill, I think the bill brings back some ethics into play. Especially the L1 loophole.

    This is more of the client company's fault than Infys. It is upto the client to demand documentation for all the stuff Infy does. Infy will happily do that.

    I used to work for an Indian IT firm in India in 1998 where our client was a major corporation here. The client used to demand so much documentation and follow stringent procedures that we were spending most of our time in documenting and following the procedures than doing the real work. This company did this happily without complaining. Client made sure that no company can hijack them.

    So it is more of a management issue at client company in this case.

    BTW many employees use this technique for their job security.

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  • ramus
    07-06 01:03 PM
    More then 1300 users online now.. As always guests are more then members..
    Can guests become member now and help us with action items.


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  • gimme_GC2006
    07-21 05:25 PM
    We need another demonstration to let people know how this is going to effect :mad: :mad:

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  • GC_Optimist
    09-29 11:59 AM
    By not utilizing all the visa numbers USCIS is creating artificial scarcity
    leading to huge Backlog. I think this needs to be highligted to the
    lawmakers. or Administration.


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  • Macaca
    06-18 10:51 AM
    Please post your concerns in Employment Based (EB) Skilled Immigration Applicants (http://boards.msn.com/MSNBCboards/thread.aspx?boardid=1042&threadid=314286&boardsparam=Page%3D3)

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  • GCwaitforever
    05-24 09:47 PM
    RIR EB3 India
    PD oct 28,2001
    I haven't received 45 day letter yet. My lawyer faxed twice to find out the status but no reply from PBEC. Is there any way to find out the status?Anybody here whose case is pending from 2001.

    Typically they send replies after a month or so. So please be patient and give a month or two. Then you should see some info regarding case status.

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  • 485Mbe4001
    06-10 02:52 PM
    you bet you dont have to worry at all, after all your handle mentions that you will be in india in 6 odd months. Since it will take 3 months for you to pack, you might as well spend your time on the R2I forum. Do log back and tell us about the green grass on the other side when do go back. :mad:
    EB ignorance is bliss..good for you :p

    I am EB3...good news is the two-year EAD...a bit relieved.
    Y2K bought in thousands of Desis(including me) and now we are in a USCIS Theater queue. House Full...I will wait for another show.....so what?

    Love to relax....or learn it now

    10-15 12:43 PM
    Has anyone taken any lawyer opinion on this?

    I know vparam has done it. but has anyone else gone through same procedure..

    09-29 08:01 AM
    2009 is VERY OPTIMISTIC. Why would a new administration take up "touchy" issue like immigration in its 1st year (2009)? Least we can expect is 2010 IF NOTHING HAPPENS BY MID NOVEMBER - Congress goes to recess for the year.The window of opportunity is short!

    Hahaha! It sounds that you're really mad though! I am optimistic that I'll get my GC next year! No need to wait for 2009!

    Unusual and unjustified optimism is the hallmark of great leaders and delusional fools. :)

    Don't want to get political on this forum, but you probably know the consequences in the context of the current state of world affairs.

    hypophobia: While many people today are plagued with excessive fear and anxiety it seems that there are others who have too little anxiety, a condition which has been termed "hypophobia" (1, 2 (http://www.chester.ac.uk/%7Esjlewis/DM/TEXTS/TEXT2.HTM), 3 (http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Enesse/Articles/TestEvolHypsMentDisord-1999.PDF), 4 (http://clawww.lmu.edu/faculty/tshanahan/DarMed.html), 8 (http://psych.unn.ac.uk/pdf/beh_res_prep/br_poulton.pdf)). Since anxiety is a defensive or adaptive emotion which serves to protect us from dangers (see Darwinian Medicine (http://www.holistichealthtopics.com/HMG/adapt.html)), those who lack such normal fears may fail to perceive the dangers which confront them everyday. Such people may be seen as foolhardy or risk takers since they lack the normal inhibitory fears which serve to prevent excessive risk taking. It is for this reason that the frequently unrecognised hypophobia may be a rather dangerous condition. As has been noted by Nesse (5 (http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Enesse/Articles/WhatDarMedOffersPsychiatry-1999.pdf)), "too little anxiety may be worse than too much."


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