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  • bsbawa10
    02-18 06:32 AM
    I am a july filer too.. but neither me nor my wife ever received FP notices... not even the first time.
    My lawyer and myself contacted USCIS several times over the phone and each time they opened a case for review and replied saying they'll contact me if they need anything.

    Anyone else in the same situation as mine?


    Mysterious are the ways of USCIS :-) There is no place where there is any consistency at all..

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  • msyedy
    12-13 12:03 PM
    What are you saying he has no valid visa on his passportm his papers are valid. People who have a valid I-94 and like H1B - Valid i-797 can legally work in US without a valid visa on the passport.

    Well getting a transit visa to france depends on the rules the French government has. Ask your travel agent.

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  • Blog Feeds
    07-03 05:50 PM
    DHS Leadership Journal Has Just Posted the Following:


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    Later today, I will be relieved as Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard by Admiral Robert Papp. It has been an honor to serve as your Commandant for the past four years and I am confident in Admiral Papp's ability to lead the Service during a period of tremendous changes, challenges, and opportunities. The value of the U.S. Coast Guard (http://www.uscg.mil/) has never been greater than it is today and it is the men and women of our great Service who truly make it all possible.

    After the Change of Command ceremony, I will continue to serve as the National Incident Commander for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill for some period of time but I wanted to take this final opportunity to thank you for your tremendous commitment, dedication, and courage over the past four years.

    When I became the Commandant in 2006, I issued a number of orders that I thought were necessary to meet the challenges we faced then and set the conditions for future success. With your help we have accomplished a great deal. We transformed our acquisition process, enhanced our marine safety capability and capacity, created a new and more effective support structure for our Reserve Forces, stood up the Force Readiness Command and Deployable Operations Group, created the Maritime Enforcement Rating, and transformed our maintenance and logistics processes. At the same time we met operational challenges in piracy off the Horn of Africa, the tsunami in America Samoa, the earthquake in Haiti, and more recently the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. We accomplished all of that without losing focus on our broader mission set. We continued to interdict drugs and made major strides to eliminate the use of self propelled semi-submersibles. We deployed wireless biometric capability to significantly reduce illegal alien migration. At the same time we saved countless lives.

    In the last six years, we have also strengthened our relationships within the Department of Homeland Security. Through the completion of the first Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (http://www.dhs.gov/qhsr), we helped mature the Department and build the Nation's homeland security enterprise.

    In the process we enhanced our ties to the Department of Defense. We held unprecedented staff talks with the Navy, Air Force, Marines, Army Corps of Engineers and the National Guard Bureau. The Chief of Naval Operations, the Commandant of the Marine Corps and I cosigned "A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower" and Naval Operating Concepts. We forged stronger bonds with our interagency partners in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, Maritime Administration, Drug Enforcement Administration, National Transportation Safety Board, and the Department of the Interior. Finally, we strengthened our international ties with our hemispheric partners and through the North Pacific Coast Guard Forum and North Atlantic Coast Guard Forum. Together, we raised the visibility of Coast Guard missions to our external stakeholders and our international partners.

    The common thread connecting each of these of initiatives and actions, and my overarching goal as Commandant, was for the Coast Guard to become more change-centric - to sense changes in our operational environment and have the courage to make course corrections before problems overwhelm us or we have terms dictated to us externally. To do that we must become more diverse, adapt to new technologies, and embrace social media as well. I believe we have become more change-centric and a learning organization that capitalizes on lessons learned. Nowhere has this been more evident than in our responses to the devastating earthquake in Haiti and in our leading role to the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The world has seen the value of the U.S. Coast Guard in action. We protect, defend, and save America's maritime interests wherever they are at stake - that is the legacy you have left for our future Guardians to embrace.

    In spite of our operational successes, challenges remain. Our operations are not risk free and we have known the pain at the loss of shipmates from USCGC HEALY, MSST Anchorage, CG 6505, and CG 1705. Our promise to them is to prevent future accidents and insure we create the safest possible environment for our personnel. The Coast Guard will meet future challenges because of our multi-mission nature, bias for action, and the incredible talent and dedication of our people. As we look to the future, I encourage each of you to be insatiably curious, to be life-long learners, to look after your shipmates, and, finally, to seize every chance to apply your leadership skills, talent, and competencies when the opportunity presents itself.

    I am incredibly proud of all our active duty members, reservists, civilians and auxiliarists. No matter how fiercely the winds of change swirl around us, our people stabilize the Service. You are America's Maritime Guardians and your country needs you now more than ever. It has been my extraordinary honor to have been your Commandant and I am excited to see where you will take the organization in the future. Fair winds.

    Admiral Thad W. Allen

    Reposted from the U.S. Coast Guard's iCommandant (http://blog.uscg.dhs.gov/) blog. Published by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Washington, D.C.https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/7013398738785291364-1824635971714777308?l=journal.dhs.gov
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  • Edison99
    06-02 08:40 AM
    Hi Edison99,
    I requested for interfiling by sending an email to ebupdate.tsc@dhs.gov.



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  • va_labor2002
    06-16 01:22 PM
    Excellent idea. Please talk to the Core team.
    We should set up a webfax/email for all members to be sent to CNN and FOX like the ones we setup for the senators.

    Any comments from Core team ?

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  • ruchigup
    08-22 03:08 PM
    I changed address on pending I-485 and I-765(EAD) on 8/20 and 8/20 evening I received Card production order email for EAD. When I called the 800 number to make sure they have the correct address they said they don't have access to personal information. Upon asking to connect to second level CSR/IO they said they can't forward my call there. They asked me to take InfoPass for this.


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  • franklin
    07-17 06:06 PM
    Talk is cheap guys, put your money where your mouth is so we can continue fighting for us all! The battle is won, the war is far from over



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  • BarneySha
    07-18 08:42 AM
    $320 an hr!

    His 'RFE response' charges were $450!

    go figure...
    lotsa people are making money out of the s*ituation we are in!


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  • Leo07
    11-29 06:51 PM
    Your's is a tricky situation.

    First gather all the documents you have and would be necessary to convince the consular...to prove yours is a minor offence and done with out much knowledge of the system... blah blah blah...

    Secondly, find out how long the offence will stay in your record...no clue what you did and don't want to know either.

    Third, weigh your options...and take a risk if you should.

    I am an F1 grad student - I was planning on going home this winter, and while there I would have to renew my visa so as to be able to re-enter the US.

    However, while filling out the forms to set up an appointment for the renewal interview, I remembered that I had a misdemeanor conviction (I pled guilty) for bad checks (this was a very long time ago, about 6 years - it was a bad time, I made some mistakes). When I say 'yes', on the DS-156 form, in response to the question regarding criminal convictions, how likely is it that I will have my visa renewed? Isn't is usually the case that consular officers are looking for any reason to deny visas/renewals?

    It seems like my only option is to postpone/cancel my trip, if I want to be able to come back to complete my studies.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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  • chanduv23
    07-10 01:20 PM
    It appears to me that we should file all I-485 applications in July. Even if the advantage is illusory or marginal, it may be a good idea to file. If your application is ready to go, it should be filed. Regards. Rajiv.


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  • IAspire
    02-21 11:34 PM
    Is there a specific stage in the process till which point i have to be in US. If I go back, I will go back to India on a job with the same employer and can come back later with the same employer. Thanks.

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  • she81
    06-30 01:42 AM
    I am using a labor substitution (dated 2005) that requires BS + 3 years. I had only 2 years experience by 2005. But I have an MS degree in related field. Would this be ok? Would MS+2 years suffice for a labor for BS + 3 years?

    Please respond soon. I have prepared all my paperwork for I-140 and I-485 and meeting the lawyer tomorrow. I am planning to file by Monday. My stupid attorney told me only today that the experience mismatch can be a problem.

    Thank you all in advance.

    You can if the requirements are worded in such a way that they could use equivalent education in lieu of experience. you really need to take a look at the text.


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  • nk2006
    11-12 10:15 AM
    Hi Connecticut members,

    There is an IV action item to fight recent practice of USCIS in denying I485 applications in some AC21 cases. For more info, please visit:

    It’s a serious issue which can affect many of us, please act now and send letters (letter formats and everything else is ready in the thread quoted above). It will only take a few minutes of your time.

    State chapter leader,
    Please try to bring attention of your state members to this IV core approved effort.

    Thank you.

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  • ItIsNotFunny
    04-04 09:29 AM
    DOS tried to update the system reflecting a big jump in the visa dates for May. The system was unused to any changes lately - leave aside such large forward movements - and as a result it crashed.

    DOS managed to recover the system by replacing all date fields with character fields. The rumor is that the value for all those character fields is now "C", whatever that means.

    Ha ha ha.


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  • smartboy75
    08-14 11:56 AM
    Hi All

    Just wanted to share my exp as I had been to Biometric appointment yesterday.

    I had an appointment @ 9:00 AM and my wife had it @ 12:00 PM...I reached at 8:15 AM and requested the staff if my wife could get her biometric done with me instead of waiting till 12:00 ...she refused....inspite of having only a handful of people she said she will only take her by 12:00 PM.....

    I had my biometric done in 1 min...they took the application, asked me to confirm my name , took index finger print , took a snap and I was done....same thing for my wife....total time for both biometric 2 mins...wait 3 hrs....

    Also intrestingly my wife had received an RFE for her EAD renewal.....guess what the RFE would be ???? I could not believe when I received the letter....the RFE letter was mailed on Aug 8th ..I received it in AUg 12th...it said that USCIS has not yet received my wife's biometric information and hence her case has been put in hold......the second page said pls provide the date of bimoetric appointment, ASC code , QA Review by -------- on ----------- and confirmation number if any....

    Luckily for me our Appt was on Aug 13th...so I took the letter with me and showed it to the lady at the centre and she filled it out....but had a received the letter a day later...I had no clue what the heck to fill in QA review by ------ on -------- section....

    What is more ridculuos is USCIS sends in the letter that they can see that biometric has not been done and hence they put my wife's case on hold.....they can very well see that the appointment is on Aug 13...so why send a letter to me asking when the Appointment is ????

    What a waste of time and money....and the bigger implication is people who r working on EAD and who desparately need the EAD renewed in time have to unnecessarily go thorough the agony of having their application put in hold till the response is sent..when time is so crutial. If this unnecessary delay causes the EAD renewal to take more that 90 days, it is again the risk of loosing employment or salary for the applicant....

    Anyways, I have filled out and mailed the respose to RFE today and hopefully they should process the application now...

    Thought I should share my exp for all those who may receive same letters in the future......Hope this helps....

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  • indian111
    06-02 05:04 PM
    I went by my EAD expiration date and filed both EAD and AP renewals but only after filing , I saw my AP expiry date is mor ethan 120 days away .I am really worried abt this .I received my receipt notices but no birometrics yet.
    Have anyone of you guys got other updates ?


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  • reddymjm
    06-13 05:43 AM
    for the case mentioned in this thread, will the priority date be the date of filing of Labor cert or the 140 approval date after the candidate moves to a new employer after 140 approval? could someone please clarify this for me. will greatly appreciate it.
    PD is always LC filing date. He will still be able to use the old employer filed LC date as PD even if the employer cancels LC/I140. There might be a little risk if the old one he got was a sunstitued one.

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  • vin13
    12-08 05:00 PM
    Just out of curiosity how is it that you got an approval in Sep 09 with your priority date?

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  • krishmunn
    04-25 04:22 PM
    I have had a bad experience working with ICICI Lombard insurance. Issues i had with ICICI

    1) They do not have any rates negotiated with US hospitals. I have seen when your insurance does not have a negotiated rate, an emergency room can cost upto $5000 vs a negotiated rate of $1000 (based on real experience). But there is a cap on how much ICICI will pay for each kind of service which means my out of pocket would have been quite a bit.


    Was this a recent experience ? ICICI claims to have a network through United Health Care; not sure if it is true .

    As for US v/s India, none of the US insurance companies selling these travel health insurance are licensed and regulated by US authorities. Most , if not all, of these are underwritten by carriers at Lloyds of London.

    I would say there is not a single travel insurance company (US or India) which provides good service.

    07-18 11:09 AM
    You need to bump this thread zillion times, before you get like 100 contributions. People are busy filing for 485 now and later on busy waiting for ead's and later on busy getting their infopass appointments and the list goes on... forever.


    08-15 08:21 AM
    How come most of the 2006 PD holders getting approved? I do not have any grudge against who have 2006 PD and got their AOS approved. I am just wondering as to what is making USCIS to choose only 2006 PD ? Definitely, the low hanging fruits theory does not seem to be working here. Anybody has any idea about that ? I am just frustrated.

    Because 2006 is CURRENT.

    You probably have to wait for your YEAR to become CURRENT.