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  • pmb76
    07-14 05:01 PM
    Friends, There are several formatting errors on the petition on petiononline.com. The " show up as ? and the ' also show up as "?". I have created a new petition below:


    Again , I'm sorry. Please re-sign. Once i reach a certain number like 1000 I will priority mail this to all senior executives of Time Warner Inc.

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  • SunJoshi
    01-01 09:00 AM
    Any idea when the new proposals will be implemented if they become law :confused: Do we have to wait until Oct for these new proposals to take effect.


    These are very tough and partisian bills (immigration bills). This also being an election year, some lawmakers will try to puch their own agenda. Don't expect a featherbed solution. This will be a dogfight.

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  • pkv
    07-11 11:05 AM
    I don't know what do you mean by success. as far as media coverage is concerned, Fireign media (India, China or elsewhere) doesn't help. It's local media, which can create some usefull awareness. How does awareness in a different country helps?? I don't know why even people talking coverage about foreig media?????

    Sometime back.. I also read some comment talking about involving Indian govt. in this.... Bullshit.. What does a different country's govt has to do with it!!!

    Point is.. don't get too excited for having done nothing... Do something substantial and keep doing.

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  • Kushal
    01-09 08:51 PM
    Sending out the letters today..



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  • PlainSpeak
    03-29 11:45 AM
    It may not have any impact on EB3 this year...but once the EB2 is cleared it will have an impact on EB3; may be in a year or two.

    Not sure i agree with that statement. The way the spillover trickle is reaching EB2 there is no way EB2 will become current for atleast 5 years so impact on EB3 within a year or two is a incorrect statement

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  • 485Mbe4001
    09-24 02:15 PM
    You are correct, EB 3 I has less than 3k visas available. I have confirmed the number on Greg Siskinds blog. There is minor problem with BharatPremi's analysis. EB3 I's... we really need to do something about recapture. There will be no spillover available for EB3-I till 2012.

    Analysis by BharatPremi is wrong.
    If there are 140K visas then EB3 category will get 140,000%28.7 = 40180
    and of these 40180 EB3 India will get just 40180%7= 2812

    Folks, only 2812 Visas for EB3 India and EB3 is not going to get any spillover this year!!


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  • waitnwatch
    08-21 01:00 PM
    Yes. No one has bothered to go after DOS for misinterpretting the AC21 rule in allocating immigrant visa. Many people (EB2-India) raised their concern between 2003 and 2006, as DOS is not correctly following the rule and allowed the spillover to go EB3, when EB2 was in high demand particulrly from India. Even IV core did not go after DOS. As you mentioned, lawyers has no incentives. EB3 has enjoed between 2000 to 2006 (from the mercy of DOS). For example in 2006, EB2 got about 25,000 visas abot 20,000 visas (from EB2)has gone to EB3-ROW.

    IV from my interpretation is about ending retrogression and increasing total visa numbers and not about reallocation of visas and spending resources on a zero sum game. This issue should have been taken up by affected individuals. I'm sure they did it though because DOS has awakened to the fact that they were not following the law.

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  • rockyrock
    07-31 01:53 PM
    Due to un-avoidable confusion and uncertainity with the current lawyer, I think I have got no choice to file another 485 with the other pending I-140. Not doing so might result in the 1% chance that my current lawyer did not file 485 correctly. But I will withdraw one 485 application once I get both the receipt numbers. Hope all goes well.......any inputs?


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  • alterego
    05-21 09:17 PM
    Thanks for your respons. I felt a bit relieved.
    I cannot renew my Driver's License if I don't have a valid work permit. I doubt whether the Receipt notice is enough for the Drivers License office to issue a new DL. I changed my employer and the new employer may ask for a new one. But I'm hoping that I might get one in less than 3 months. Let's see

    I am in a similar situation. I applied just 95 days before. My lawyer "forgot" and I applied in a rush in the end. I am hoping it will not be a problem.
    My understanding is that you will remain in status even if you do not have EAD or AP. However you cannot work.
    I have a meeting with my lawyer on wednesday. I will be asking her about this. I am hoping for peace of mind that this does not become an issue.

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  • sgsg
    01-28 05:46 AM
    Finally received my passport this morning. Consulate sent it to VFS on Friday and I received it today through Blue Dart.

    Int Date: Dec 17, 2007 @ Chennai Consulate
    PP Rec. Date: Jan 28, 2008


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  • Macaca
    12-05 04:15 PM
    AMY GOODMAN: In the beginning of the broadcast, we played a clip�

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: �of you talking about various concerns that you have around immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: The last part of that clip�and maybe we can play it again�

    LOU DOBBS: Illegal immigrants, if I may, Amy.

    AMY GOODMAN: Illegal immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Only illegal immigrants.

    AMY GOODMAN: Maybe we can play a last part of this clip that we played, just to go through it again. We�ll see if our folks have that clip ready. And this is the clip that we played in the billboard. It�s�

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I can recall what was said if it�s at all helpful. I said that according to a study�I didn�t use the attribution, but according to a study that Jorge Borjas at Harvard University had completed, that the cost of excess immigration into this country amounts to $200 billion a year in wages, that the cost of incarceration, medical care, social services approximates $50 billion in this country per year. And the reality is that about a third of the crimes that are of those in state prisons�federal prisons, excuse me, federal prisons, are�I�m sorry.

    AMY GOODMAN: Are�?

    LOU DOBBS: Are those who are in this country illegally.

    AMY GOODMAN: Let�s play it.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: And then let�s talk about it.

    Let�s say the number is eleven million, although some studies put the number as high as twenty million illegal aliens in this country. That not only amounts to a shift of six to ten congressional seats among the states based on the population of illegal immigration. The fact is, those illegal aliens are costing our economy $200 billion in depressed wages for working Americans. It is costing $50 billion a year in social and medical costs. And it�s costing us, no one knows precisely how much, to incarcerate what is about a third of our prison population who are illegal aliens.

    AMY GOODMAN: So, Lou, you said a third of the prison population are illegal aliens.

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    AMY GOODMAN: The fact is, it�s something like 6% of prisoners in this country are non-citizens, not even illegal, just non-citizens.

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    AMY GOODMAN: And then a percentage of that would not be documented.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, it�s actually�I think it�s 26% in federal prison.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you said of all prisoners.

    LOU DOBBS: I said about�yes, but I�and I misspoke, without question. I was referring to federal prisoners.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you didn�t say that, and so it leaves people with the impression�

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I didn�t, but then I just explained it to you.

    AMY GOODMAN: But you have a very large audience on CNN.

    LOU DOBBS: I have a very large audience and a very bright audience.

    AMY GOODMAN: And you told them that a third of the population of this country are illegal immigrants. 6% , which is under the population of immigrants�

    LOU DOBBS: 6% , right.

    AMY GOODMAN: �in this country, of prisoners�

    LOU DOBBS: In state prisons.

    AMY GOODMAN: �are immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: In state prisons. In state prisons.

    AMY GOODMAN: No, 6% overall are immigrants. You said 30% are illegal.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I think we�ve established�we could sit here and say this all day, Amy. The fact is, the number is 26% in federal prisons. That�s what I was referring to. I did not�I misspoke when I said �prisons.� I was referring to the federal prisons, because that�s the federal crime: immigration. And that�

    AMY GOODMAN: Have you made a correction on your show to say that 30% of�?

    LOU DOBBS: I�m sure we have. We�ve reported�absolutely.

    AMY GOODMAN: We didn�t see it.

    LOU DOBBS: Do you know how many reports we�ve done on illegal immigration in this country?

    AMY GOODMAN: Yes, many.

    LOU DOBBS: I mean, my god.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Yeah, but I�d like to get into this issue�I mean, aside from the fact that the GAO report�

    LOU DOBBS: Excuse me, just one second.


    LOU DOBBS: I mean, what if I were to sit here and just hound you because you said I was anti-immigrant, when I am, point of fact, I�m anti-illegal immigrant, and it�s absolutely a matter of fact. We could quarrel over the terminology, if you want. But why should people of good faith and intelligence sit there and be so absurd about it?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: No, we agree on that. But this is precisely the lumping of illegal or undocumented immigrants and legal immigrants in one category that�s a problem�

    LOU DOBBS: Right.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: �because, for instance�

    LOU DOBBS: Right, I agree with you.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: �the total percentage of the non-citizen population of the United States right now is about thirty-five million, 12% of the population.

    LOU DOBBS: Do you know this?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Well, this is Census Bureau�

    LOU DOBBS: I was just�I was just�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Wait, wait, Lou. Let me finish. Let me finish, Lou.

    LOU DOBBS: I have to say, I was laughing about the NIE, because, as you heard Steve Hadley talk about�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Lou, let me finish.

    LOU DOBBS: �high confidence levels in those estimates,�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Right, but let me�

    LOU DOBBS: What do you suppose the confidence level is of the United States government in the number of people in this country illegally, the number of people�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: We�re assuming now�the legal population is pretty well documented, right? But the�

    LOU DOBBS: Documented, undocumented.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: The legal immigrant population is pretty well documented. It�s about twenty-three million. And then you add maybe another eleven to twelve million of the undocumented population, and you get thirty-five million. The point is�my point is this: if 12% of the non-citizen population of the United States�non-citizens comprise 12% of the population. They comprise 6% of the prison population. That suggests to me that crime rates are far lower among non-citizen immigrants�legal and illegal�than they are among the general population of the United States.

    LOU DOBBS: Can I ask you a question?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: You have raised the issue of crime�you�ve raised the issue of crime in relationship to immigrants.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, silly me, silly me. MS-13, all sorts of gangs. You know, the fact that Mexico is the largest source of methamphetamines, heroin, cocaine, marijuana entering the United States. Silly me for bringing up crack.

    AMY GOODMAN: But, Lou�

    LOU DOBBS: But may I ask you a question?

    AMY GOODMAN: I think you agree�

    LOU DOBBS: May I ask this question�

    AMY GOODMAN: I think you would agree�

    LOU DOBBS: May I ask this question�

    AMY GOODMAN: �that facts matter.

    LOU DOBBS: Of course, they do. Absolutely.

    AMY GOODMAN: And so�

    LOU DOBBS: I am an empericist to the bone.

    AMY GOODMAN: And so, if 6% of prisoners are immigrants�documented and undocumented�and you said 30% of prisoners, a third of the population of prisons in this country, are prisoners, it conveys a very different sense.

    LOU DOBBS: Different meaning.

    AMY GOODMAN: And as you�ve pointed out�

    LOU DOBBS: I agree.

    AMY GOODMAN: �you�ve done hundreds of shows on these issues.

    LOU DOBBS: More than that. More like thousands.

    AMY GOODMAN: And that reinforces the feeling that people have, who watch the show�

    LOU DOBBS: So, your point is?

    AMY GOODMAN: �either they believe you or�either they don�t believe you, or they believe you and are being fed wrong information.

    LOU DOBBS: Well, I don�t�you know, I think it�s important for all of us, because, as you say, I�m�we�re all interested in the facts. So let me ask both of you, please, a question that seeks a fact: Does the United States government and do state governments inquire of their prisoners as to whether they are legal or illegal, and can they under the law? Or are these estimates that we�re talking about?

    AMY GOODMAN: Well, if the government doesn�t know, how do you know?

    LOU DOBBS: No, that�s as straightforward question.

    AMY GOODMAN: How do you know?

    LOU DOBBS: Well, because in the federal prisons, they are permitted to make a decision as to whether or not they can ask if they�re citizens or non-citizens, but cannot ask if they�re legal or illegal. So it is, at best, a projection. When Juan says eleven million to twelve million illegal aliens, you and I both know that the Bear Stearns study suggests twenty million people. There is no one in this country today�that�s why I referred to the National Intelligence�

    AMY GOODMAN: And the Bear Stearns study has been critiqued over and over again�

    LOU DOBBS: By whom?

    AMY GOODMAN: �by the top economists.

    LOU DOBBS: Oh, come on!

    AMY GOODMAN: Bear Stearns study, saying it is wildly exaggerated, that their�

    LOU DOBBS: The National Intelligence Estimate is closer probably on Iran today than it is on the makeup of the US population today. I mean, if you want to talk about this nonsense, I mean, that�s what it is.

    AMY GOODMAN: Let�s go to break, and we�ll come back.

    LOU DOBBS: Sure.

    AMY GOODMAN: Our guest is Lou Dobbs. He is the well-known anchor of CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight and has written a new book called Independents Day. We�ll be back with him in a minute.


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  • ravi_gc
    08-13 03:20 PM
    PD: Nov-18-2005

    485 Notice Date: Sep 7, 2007; LUD 05/12/2009
    Got RFE for Employer Letter, Missing Vaccination and G325. Replied on Apr 30, 2009
    The last updated on my and wife's files were on 05/12/2009 (after the RFE Respnose)
    I Went to the Local USCIS center on 08/02/2010. IO mentioned that Name check and FBI check had cleared. But he could not tell if my case was assigned to an IO. He asked me to open an SR. I called the 1-800 number and opened an SR on 08/03/10. I got a standard email from USCIS for the SR I opened, on 08/11/2010. It said that my case and my wife's were both were under review and it would take up to 60 days for them to process it.
    On 08/13/2010 8.03 CST, I got a SMS on my cell that My case status was updated. I had received that Card Production was ordered on 08/12/2010.
    Now, I am waiting on my wife's approval.


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  • H1B-GC
    08-14 11:57 PM
    Got my approval today. Neither very happy nor sad.


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  • abhis0
    09-15 11:59 AM
    90 days...

    Btw, I've got mine I-485 receipt at Sept 13th, filed with NSC and was received by well known J. Barrett at 10-25 of July 2nd.

    Did you have LUD on your I 140?


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  • needhelp!
    01-08 02:29 PM
    gtg506p, please post it there if you are a member so that they can participate.

    I will participate in this wholeheartedly. One suggestion to the admin: perhaps we can post this in other websites also like ? I know a lot of people use that site for posting problems etc and whoever is not in IV might also get to know about it.

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  • prasadn
    09-23 05:07 PM
    A basic question - Are the months that the numbers are slotted into for the Priority Dates? or are they the recept date or something else....?

    If PD, then how come there are numbers for 2008 and 2009? The PD has never been current since July 2007....

    Questions & Answers: Pending Employment-Based Form I-485 Inventory

    Q: Why is the wait so long for my employment-based green card?

    A: A visa must be available before a person can obtain an employment-based green card. Because more people want a green card than there are visas available, not everyone who wants a green card can get one immediately. Therefore, some people have to wait in line until a visa is available. The U.S. Department of State (DOS) gives out 140,000 employment-based visas each year. About 85% of those visas go to people seeking a green card in the United States, while about 15% go to people seeking to immigrate from abroad. Currently, about 234,000 people have employment-based adjustment of status (green card) applications pending in the United States and are waiting to get a visa. How long you wait for a visa depends on the supply and demand for your particular preference category, your priority date, and the country your visa will be charged to, usually your country of birth.

    Q: How can I determine my place in line based on my priority date?

    A: Your preference category, priority date, and country of origin determine your place in line for a visa. The earlier your priority date is, the closer you are to the front of the line. To better assist you in knowing your place in line, we are posting a report of our total pending inventory of applications for employment-based green cards (Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status) for those seeking to adjust status in the United States. See the �Pending Employment-Based Form I-485 Report� link to the right. We are also posting five other reports by country of chargeability (China, India, Mexico, Philippines, and All Other Chargeability) (see the links to the right).

    The �Pending Employment-Based Form I-485 Report,� displays the total number of pending adjustment of status applications, per preference classification. The report shows how many pending adjustment of status (green card) applications in each preference classification have priority dates in a given month and year. You can use this chart to determine how many applicants in your preference classification have priority dates in the same month and year as your own. Also, you can determine how many applicants in your preference classification are ahead of you in line for a visa number by adding together the number of cases with an earlier priority date than your own.

    The All Other Chargeability report shows how many applicants from countries other than China, India, Mexico, and the Philippines have priority dates in a given month and year. The report is broken down into separate charts for each preference classification. If you are from a country other than China, India, Mexico, or the Philippines, you can use this chart to determine how many applicants for adjustment of status in the same preference classification have a priority date in the same month and year as your own. This chart also lets you know how many applicants in the same preference classification have earlier priority dates.

    Because of historically higher demand for visas from China, India, Mexico, and the Philippines, each of those countries has its own separate report. As published in the DOS Visa Bulletin, applicants from those countries will need to have earlier priority dates than like applicants from other countries to get a visa in any given month. If you are from China, India, Mexico, or the Philippines, you may want to use the report for your particular country. Your country report will show you how many applicants from the same country and preference classification have a priority date in the same month and year as your own. The report will also let you know how many applicants from the same country and preference classification have earlier priority dates.

    Q: Which report should I use, the Pending Employment-Based Form I-485 Report or the country-specific reports?

    A: All applicants for an employment-based green card may use the pending Form I-485 report to determine their place in line for a visa. Because certain countries experience higher demand than others, applicants in these �oversubscribed� countries may move forward in line more slowly than applicants in countries experiencing less demand. In other words, in order to obtain a visa, applicants in oversubscribed countries may need to have earlier priority dates than applicants in countries experiencing less demand. Applicants in oversubscribed countries may therefore want to also refer to the report for their specific country of chargeability to determine where they stand in line with other applicants from that country.

    Q: What information do I need to have before using the pending Form I-485 inventory reports?

    A: You need to know your priority date and your preference category to use the pending Form I-485 inventory reports. For more information on priority dates and preference categories, see the �Visa Availability & Priority Dates� and �Green Card Eligibility� links to the right.

    Q: How do I read the pending I-485 inventory reports?

    A: First, click on the link to the report you want to view. Once you click on the link, the report will appear and you will see a series of charts, one for each preference category. You will see that each chart has different numbers for each month and year. These numbers show how many green card applicants have priority dates in that month and year. To figure out how many applicants have earlier priority dates, add all the numbers from all the cells that correspond to earlier months.

    Q: Can you tell me when I will get a visa?

    A: Unfortunately, we cannot determine how long it will take for you to get a visa. However, we hope that by showing applicants with a pending Form I-485 where they stand in line to get a visa, you will get a better sense of how long it may take. We intend to update the data in these reports quarterly. By comparing newer versions of the reports with older ones, you may see that the number of applicants ahead of you has gotten smaller, and you may be able to tell how much shorter the line has become. We hope this will give you an even better sense of how long it may take for you to get a visa.

    Q: Can you provide me an example of how to use the pending Form I-485 inventory charts?

    A: Assume your priority date is in January 2007, your petition was approved for third preference, and you are from China. Using the Sample �Pending Employment-Based Form I-485 Report,� below you will see on the third preference chart that there are 2,618 applicants with a priority date in the same month and year as your priority date.

    If you want to find out how many third-preference green card applicants have an earlier priority date than yours, you will need to add all the numbers starting with the number at the beginning of the table, January 1997, and ending with the number immediately before the month and year of your own priority date, December 2006. You will see that there are 131,341 third-preference applicants who have a priority date earlier than yours.

    Q: How do I know how many applicants from my country have an earlier priority date than mine?

    A: Assume your priority date is in June 2005, your petition was approved for third preference, and you are from India. Using the Sample �I-485 Inventory for Individuals Born in India Report� below, you will see that there are 175 green card applicants from India with a priority date in June 2005.

    To find out how many applicants born in India have an earlier priority date than yours, add all the numbers starting at January 1997 and ending at May 2005. You will see that there are 42,796 third-preference applicants from India with a priority date earlier than yours.
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  • GCard_Dream
    07-13 09:34 AM
    I wish I had all the data on his reporting for H1B visas. He always makes it sound like there is unlimited H1B visa available for foreign workers and nothing can be further from the truth.

    I hate to watch his show anymore but I'll from now on just to report the lies and inconsistencies he reports in his program. Let's do a "Expose Lou" campaign. I would love to spend any free time I have on this noble cause.

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  • abuddyz
    02-12 05:01 AM
    I am also stuck in PIMS.. here are my details

    H1 renewal and change of employer
    H1 approved in March 2007
    Service center: WAC

    Visa appointment on Feb 11 at mumbai
    Documents submitted to VFS on Jan 28

    On feb 11 I went to consulate and it was a long wait.. overall it took 3 hours to finish everything. When I went inside they handed over my application to me and I noticed that "Not in" was written on my DS156 form on top right corner box. here is the communication with IO

    IO: so you are working for xyz company.
    me: yes
    IO: what are you doing for them
    me: explained my role and skills
    IO: are you working inhouse or at client place
    me: gave client name and details
    IO: till which date you are going to work for this client
    me: gave details
    IO: everything looks fine in your case but similar to what I have told everyone else due to the new system we need to verify your data and it will take about a week for that. (and then he wrote PIMS on my form)
    me: I have a return ticket on so and so date...... can I expect before that.
    IO: your case is pending only for the online verification unlike other administrative processing so it should take about a week so you should be fine.

    he then gave passport back with some envelop and also one yellow paper by selecting following option in that paper

    "when administrative processing is completed on your case, you will be contacted and requested to submit your passport, this letter and the accompanying envelope to the nearest VFS office."

    though he selected this option, he specifically wrote PIMS on my form.

    Note that PIMS problem was there for lot of cases on that day as he explicitly told me that he had to do this for lot of cases.

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  • kalia
    06-29 06:10 PM
    Nothing will happen. The dates will be retrogresses on Monday. May be we will see 'U' in Visa Bulletin. The AILA will try to pursue DOS and USICS but they will politely say "sorry for the trouble" This will lead to the law suit. Some people will submit their resignation. In the next year you will see those at some higher post somewhere.

    Wow. We are living in the great country built by Immigrants were there is no value of Immigrant. For undocumented immigrants, there are senators to help them. For rich people, they have money so don't have to do anything. For middle class immigrant like you and me IV forum is there to show our frustration.

    I am now seriously thinking of going back to my home country were I would be considered moron who came back from US.

    08-07 11:37 AM
    I don't think that either, but as long as they are willing to fund my operation in part or otherwise, I am good to go...

    I am open to reveal anyone my identity and discuss my plans who has voted Yes

    I was not planning to file for EB2, but after all this hoopla you have created, I got highly motivated. I am going ahead with it. I don't know your PD, I hope, really hope it is later then 5/04 as I will interfile to EB2... very soon.....stop me if you can!!!


    10-08 07:11 AM
    Hi Friends,
    Myself and spouse got the GC last month (09/05/2009) and my kid's case was still pending. Today I received CPO mail for my kid.

    My kid's RD is July 2, 2007 and ND is November 19, 2007. Actually my kid's 485 was rejected and then reapplied during July 2007 due to old fee and new fee confusion, though I have provided actual fee. That's the reason for my kid's ND was nearly 5 months apart from the RD.

    Here is what I did:
    Took couple of infopass and numerous calls to Customer Service. Nothing did work properly... Getting same old replies - like, need to wait for 3 months etc... And last time when I took infopass, I requested the IO to expedite the process as this is a small kid's case and more over parents 485 approved. So IO got convinced somehow and expedited the case. After two weeks, got the magic mail.

    Best of luck who are still waiting...

    - B+ve

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