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  • gc_dream07
    01-31 09:39 PM
    Immigration reform is not even in the list of items. This reflects the priority of CIR in president's todo list.





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  • kirupa
    04-22 05:22 PM
    sparky - I really like your third one. I haven't seen a lot of green stamps. Anyhoo, add some text like the dolllar/cent value of the stamp and I'll add it up :)





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  • AllVNeedGcPc
    12-07 10:28 PM
    ... one on the cover letter of LC approval on top left, with job code and other details

    and other, on first page of original LC, bottom left, on the oval blue ink stamp that they put along with PD, LC officers signature and job code





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  • vxg
    09-17 11:48 PM
    Hi, My wife and I received three emails each regarding 485 approval ("notice mailed welcoming new permanent resident," "CPO ordered," and "approval notice sent") on 9/8. My wife received her "welcome notice" and the card itself within a few days. But I have not received either yet.

    1. I know the CPO email says wait 30 days, but given that my wife has already received hers, I suspect that mine was either sent to an incorrect address or there's some other hold up. Anyone else in a similar situation? Any thoughts/ideas/suggestions?

    2. I guess I can wait 30 days and then apply for a replacement card with an I-90 (for which the current processing time is 3.5 months). How can I travel internationally in the interim? If anyone is aware, please let me know; I am trying to have a plan in place, in case an emergency arises.

    Per my lawyer stamp is risky as it can be forged. carry your GC approval notice with you if you have it else have it fedex to you. Carry an advance parole if you have one valid. I suggest travel only if emergency else avoid.



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  • BMS1
    09-25 01:36 PM
    My issue happened in 2005. I cannot recall the exact phrase but I determined that they lost the attached check. If you look at my old posts, you will find how my issue was resolved. The re-submission letter must be marked with "mail-room - do not open" and should be sent to service center director directly.





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  • RandyK
    02-16 11:46 AM
    Am I understanding this right ?

    FOR H1/L1 They do a FBI background check

    FOR I-485/CP They do a Name Check

    Please someone clarify, I do have a loooong name just wanted to know what I am getting into here.



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  • sheela
    08-23 10:50 AM
    Here's a killer.

    - Applied for EAD and AP renewal for self, spouse and child (total 5 apps) with a RD of July 22 and ND of July 23, 2008.
    - When I would check the case status online for my renewal apps, I kept getting a message "Case Retreival falied. Receipt # DOES NOT EXIST" :eek::eek::eek:
    - GC approved on Aug 9
    - Lawyer gets a copy of my Approval Notice for I-485 on August 20 and sends a copy to me by overnight mail ALONG with the renewal AP which was approved on August 18 - a good nine days after GC approval:confused::confused::confused:
    - No idea where my EAD apps are!!! not that it matters

    GAWD - Some serious system fixes need to be done at USCIS......

    Congrats!!!
    I am happy for you. This wait and hope when the dates are current is very taxing. may lady luck smile on me too





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  • sertasheep
    09-01 03:20 PM
    At this rate, we will need to have 2 more thread/post categories- Humor and Rumors(one for those who speculate the outcome of visa bulletins, etc.,) :) :)

    Relax, and have a good Labor Day weekend



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  • dogking
    03-20 12:23 PM
    Does anyone know the time frame of WISH and Talent bill?





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  • lazycis
    09-25 03:07 PM
    Find another lawyer if you want to (or at this stage you can represent yourself easily) and file G-28 form. New G-28 will replace the old one and the info on file will be updated.



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  • guyfromsg
    09-20 02:37 PM
    Just got H1 7th year ext approved. Planning a trip to Chennai in Nov. Tried to get the VFS appointment and nothing is there for this year. There used to be an emergency appointment link and it's no longer there. Am I missing something?





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  • prout02
    07-30 12:26 PM
    I have read in this forum frequent questions about this - legality/enforceability of noncompete clause. Here's a recent court decision from Kansas. It talks about physician practices. No idea if it is applicable to other professions. But the four factors cited in the decision seem relevant.

    Interestingly, it talks about 8 states -- Alabama, California, Colorado, Delaware, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Tennessee and Texas -- that have been known to outlaw or significantly restrict such clauses.

    Please take it for whatever it's worth.

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    http://www.ama-assn.org/amednews/2008/08/04/prsa0804.htm
    amednews.com
    Kansas court enforces noncompete clause
    The court looked at a number of factors in weighing the contract's impact on the doctor, the employer and patient care.

    By Amy Lynn Sorrel, AMNews staff. Aug. 4, 2008.

    A Kansas appeals court recently affirmed the enforceability of noncompete clauses in a ruling that puts the spotlight on issues that can arise in drafting or signing the employment contracts.

    Kansas is among a majority of states that consider noncompete clauses legal, with varying case law or statutes as to when and how the provisions can be used. Eight states -- Alabama, California, Colorado, Delaware, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Tennessee and Texas -- have been known to outlaw or significantly restrict such clauses.

    In June, the Kansas Court of Appeals upheld a contract that restricted a family physician from practicing for three years in the same county as the group she left unless she paid the clinic 25% of her earnings during those three years after her termination.

    In its decision, the court analyzed four factors to determine the validity of the contract provision. The court looked at whether the restrictive covenant:

    * Protected a legitimate business interest of the employer.
    * Created an undue burden on the employee.
    * Harmed the public welfare.
    * Contained time and geographic limitations that were reasonable.

    In upholding the noncompete clause, the court found that Wichita Clinic PA had a legitimate interest in protecting its patient base and the investment it made in establishing the practice of Michelle M. Louis, DO, when she joined the group in 1991. The court said the contract did not unfairly restrict competition or patient access because Dr. Louis had the option to continue practicing in the area, where other family physicians were available.

    Gary M. Austerman, Dr. Louis' attorney, said the court essentially ruled that "a contract is a contract" while giving "short shrift" to other concerns, including patient care. Dr. Louis plans to petition the Kansas Supreme Court to take her case.
    8 states outlaw or significantly restrict noncompete clauses.

    "A doctor's right to practice and continue her relationship with her patients in this case is greater than the employer's right to restrain that right," Austerman said. "Patient choice is affected any time you say you can't take care of patients just because of a business relationship."

    Austerman said Wichita Clinic -- a practice of nearly 200 multispecialty physicians -- was not harmed by Dr. Louis' departure, and the contract was aimed at protecting itself from competition rather than protecting patient care. He argued that the 25% damages clause imposed an arbitrary penalty on Dr. Louis and was not intended to apply to the income she would make when she left the clinic in 2004.

    AMA policy states that covenants not to compete "restrict competition, disrupt continuity of care and potentially deprive the public of medical services." The AMA discourages any agreement that restricts the right of a physician to practice medicine and considers noncompete clauses unethical if they are excessive in scope.
    Striking a balance

    Gary L. Ayers, an attorney for Wichita Clinic, said the group's contract struck an appropriate balance.

    He said the clinic hired Dr. Louis after she completed her residency and helped set up her practice with an existing source of patient contacts and referrals, and by covering administrative and overhead costs. But if doctors decide to leave and take a portion of their patients with them, the group would lose out financially without some reimbursement arrangement, Ayers said. As a result, patient care would suffer.

    Restrictive covenants "allow groups to protect their patient base and in turn give them the ability to grow the practice to provide a vast array of patient services," Ayers said.

    Doctors on either side of the negotiating table should consult legal counsel to know where their state stands on enforcing noncompete provisions, said Richard H. Sanders, a Chicago-based health care lawyer with Vedder Price.

    Employers drafting contracts should make sure time and distance limitations are reasonable and reflect where the practice draws its patient base from, he said. On the flip side, individual doctors should not hesitate to negotiate and ask for a buyout clause or a carve-out leaving a particular geographic territory open.

    Jerry Slaughter, executive director of the Kansas Medical Society, warned that doctors should take the contracts seriously. The medical society was not involved in the Wichita Clinic case.

    "If properly constructed, [restrictive covenants] are legal and binding, so it's really about the parties going into it understanding it's a contract."

    Discuss on Sermo Discuss on Sermo Back to top.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
    Case at a glance

    Was a noncompete clause in a doctor's employment contract enforceable?

    A Kansas appeals court said yes.

    Impact: Some individual physicians say the provisions restrict their rights to practice in any given area and infringe on patients' rights to choose a doctor. Physicians on the medical group side say the contracts help protect the investment a practice makes in new doctors and its existing business, which, in turn, helps maintain access to care.

    Wichita Clinic PA v. Michelle M. Louis, DO, Kansas Court of Appeals

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  • pappu
    12-05 07:48 AM
    Felix look at my post L C 2001 Analysts Review and you shall see how a MOFO attorney can ruin a very promising career.
    If i could find my ex attorney he would beg to die.
    http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?t=2453





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  • NYImmigrant
    12-06 01:00 PM
    Receipt numbers are worthless in my case. My application is pending in the local service center and i see the status message from Aug 2004. After that I was scheduled an interview, I did FP, I attended an interview, got stuck in the stupid name check, took 2-3 INFOPASS appointments.

    So what's up with the case status online ?



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  • desi3933
    02-26 11:14 PM
    Thank you for your reply. The scenario would be...if my husband loses his H1B due to a layoff, etc, then I would lose my H4 status. In that case, will I still be able to enter the US on a B1/B2 as it was initially valid till 2013.

    No.


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  • thatwillbeit
    05-27 12:26 PM
    I have the same inference as above .....

    Can some please confirm this

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  • mallu
    02-10 05:25 PM
    India EB with PD 1999 - How many pending ?
    India EB with PD 2000 - How many pending ?
    India EB with PD 2001- How many pending ?
    India EB with PD 2002- How many pending ?
    ......
    For USCIS it might be just the tap of a button to tell the numbers. All computerized , right ?





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  • kanshul
    05-11 07:21 AM
    You have the wrong link..





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  • shortchanged
    08-17 08:38 AM
    In addition to checking the appropriate response in your I-485 form, you (wife)have to confirm that you are filing as a derivative of the husbands primary petition (Part 2, response should be "b" please make sure again! you may even use highlighter pen) you may include your husbands I-140 as well as Labor certification copies and highlight the Priority dates in these forms with brilliant colors.
    Marriage Certificate is a must.
    Also I would include the last years tax returns for your husband and the sealed medical clearance from your doctor, to make it rejection proof!
    A cover letter as well as a "DO NOT OPEN IN MAIL ROOM" addressing the Service center director, and placing it over a double bagged packaging of the whole thing may also help.Somehow you have to convince the morons in the mail room that it is "RESUBMISSION DUE TO USCIS ERROR"
    Wish you all the best!





    gconmymind
    09-23 04:47 PM
    :D:D Great sense of humor....or are serious?


    I think he is serious. 485 receipt numbers may not be in sequence. Eg. TSC may assign one receipt number to 485 and the next one to 765.

    This is my understanding





    sobers
    06-23 04:29 PM
    We ought to contact lawmakers and make them see the plight of legal immigrants. There is no other way about it....even if we don't have a vote now, we have a voice...that of a LEGAL immigrant (and a future Citizen!). Each one of you find out where the meeting is going to be, and make a point to attend and atleast ask one question- It has been said that America is a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants- so Congressman, while you're working against ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS, what are you doing to help LEGAL IMMIGRANTS??? (Suggestions welcome) ...And then personalize your story with your personal troubles...backlog, retrogression, endless waits obeying the law...and not getting a dime in benefits...


    See what NumbersUSA folks are doing...

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    Roy Beck, President, www.NumbersUSA.org Friday 23JUN06

    More Good News ... House leaders emboldened by YOU & pushing for enforcement-only bill

    SENATE BILL FOR AMNESTY AND MASSIVE IMMIGRATION INCREASE IS DEALT MORE BLOWS .......

    ....... Speaker of House is totally impressed by citizen pressure at a town hall meeting!!

    Wait until you see the report below from a Hill staffer of the Speaker's comments in a closed session of congressmen/women.

    As I predicted to you in my email Monday morning, the terrible Senate bill has further bogged down this week as U.S. House leaders have become increasingly emboldened by you citizens' phone calls, faxes, office visits and attendance at town hall meetings.

    Suddenly this week, Speaker of the House Hastert announced that he wouldn't be immediately appointing House negotiators to hammer out a compromise with Senators in a joint Conference Committee. Rather, he announced a series of public hearings to be held across the country over July and August to get public feedback on the provisions of the Senate bill.

    Hahahahaha.

    Maybe the 63 hidden provisions in the Senate mystery bill that our Rosemary Jenks uncovered and exposed at the National Press Club (but with very little media interest) will get proper vetting from the American people.

    This is such terrible news for the Kennedy/McCain/Bush open-borders folks who had hoped to ram their bill into law without the public truly discovering what was in it.

    Even better, Speaker Hastert announced principles that should undergird House action and they were all about enforcement and nothing about increasing legal immigration or guestworkers.

    WHAT PERSUADED HASTERT TO DO THIS?

    Rep. Hastert (R-IL) has always voted very well but has not been very helpful as a leader. He has been much too eager to please the White House when it asks for favors and to help out the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

    Nonetheless, he has often ended up helping block bad stuff in the House and was a big help in the end in passing the ban on drivers licenses for illegal aliens. But his behavior this week represents a whole new side of Hastert. And it is pretty apparent why he changed.

    Check out this email from a Republican staffer to Rosemary describing the closed-door session Hastert had with Republican Members of the House.

    Rosemary --

    You may already have heard this, but it was too good not to pass along. In GOP conference this morning, Hastert started talking about an event he went to with several hundred of his constituents. He went on and on about this was in Illinois, in the heartland of the country, Illinois wasn't a border state -- and every question but one from his constituents was about immigration.

    He then said this proves it's a national issue and not just a border state issue and it is really important. (Hastert, our fearless leader, moonlights as Captian Obvious.)

    Technically everything that goes on in conference is supposed to stay confidential but my boss was going on about it and how he thought the meeting with his constituents made a huge difference to Hastert.

    I thought you'd find it encouraging that all the hard work your minions are doing about bugging the hell out of these guys at public events is working.

    You're outgunned, outspent, and outlobbied -- but you're winning. I am now officially cautiously optimistic.

    -- (from a House GOP staffer)

    As the staffer knows, we have been pushing all of you to try to attend any meeting where your Members of Congress can be found so you can ask questions, hold a sign or just applaud other people who say what you believe about immigration.

    More and more of you are doing this.

    Now, the entire nation owes a debt of gratitude to those northern Illinois voters who showed up at that meeting and so impressed the Speaker of the House!

    We will continue to inform you on your Action Buffet corkboard every time we know your Senators or your Representative are going to be appearing somewhere in your area.

    Please keep checking your corkboard at:

    www.NumbersUSA.com/actionbuffet

    Also, please keep telling us if you know of a meeting or appearance that appears to be something we may not know about. The only way we can inform everybody in a district about an event is if somebody tells us about the event ahead of time.

    As for the hearings, some of your NumbersUSA staff have already been invited to testify. We will be sending notices to you about when and where they will occur so that many of you can attend and reinforce the position of no amnesty and reduced total immigration numbers.

    Finally, I just have to note that after the Senate passed its monstrosity in late May, we got a ton of emails from people saying they were giving up and that no hope was left. You may recall that we continued to tell you that we believed we could beat this thing if we all kept fighting. Well, most of you kept fighting. Even I am a little surprised at how well things are working out at the moment. But I have no doubt that the only factor is the never-ending drum-beat of citizen complaint that Members are hearing.

    Thanks for all you do,

    -- ROY

    www.NumbersUSA.com/donation.html

    Also, don't wait on emails from me. Keep up with what is happening in Congress on immigration by checking regularly on our NumbersUSA home page:

    www.NumbersUSA.com