Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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  • sambhajisgayake
    12-14 10:12 AM
    Hi All,

    Sorry i gave a wrong title. i meant duplicate passport application.

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  • chanduv23
    07-26 10:39 AM
    Don't start new threads like this. Do not send anymore flowers. People are busy fining their 485s and doing other stuff. SO

    please work on the action items.

    Join your state chapter and participate in the activity.

    Please spread the word about IV and get more people into IV.

    Contribute to IV

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  • grovemnus
    January 24th, 2004, 07:10 AM
    Anyone know why when I can't see my subject at higher shutter speeds?Just a blank screen and viewer.Camera Dimage7hi,Thanks

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  • sudiptasarkar
    07-22 03:32 AM
    I have filed my 485 on July 2007. I am currently working using EAD and last time entered US in Feb 09 using AP. My current AP is valid till Oct 17 2009. I will be going out of the country for few days in early Sep. I wanted to know can I apply for my renewal of AP now. I read the following in the I-131 filing instructions (page-4)
    If you travel before the advanced parole document is issued, your application will be deemed abandoned if:
    1. You depart the United States; or
    2. The person seeking advance parole attempts to enter the United States before a decision is made on the application

    So can I apply for my AP renewal now (I am assuming if I apply now it won't get approved before my travel in Sep) or do I need to first complete my travel in Sep, come back to US and then apply for the renewal.
    Please reply.



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  • snhn
    07-18 03:46 PM
    so someone with a DWI on their record, will potentially cause problems when they apply for 485. Has anyone heard of anybody getting their green card with a DWI, after 9/11. what kind of issues one had to go through.


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  • acharaniya
    09-05 05:00 PM
    I just got an email from CRIS stating that they've transferred my case from TSC to NSC.

    1. Anyone else see that?
    2. Good or Bad?

    PD - Feb 2005


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  • ferozmd
    10-31 02:42 PM
    You cannot file 485. You will have to start the process from scratch. However, you can use the priority date from the approved 140.

    Hope this helps.

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  • anishNewbie
    10-26 03:55 PM
    Hi every1,

    I am on H1. I got married earlier this year :), my wife is on OPT which expires early next year. She is currently working for XYZ company which would not extend her OPT. We haven't been able to find a job(H1) for her yet.

    Would any of below can cause any problem.
    1. I don't have H1 stamping from my home country??
    2. Her last name is not changed??

    Thank u..


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  • HelloWorld2007
    10-19 10:28 AM

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  • polapragada
    10-12 10:18 AM

    Same ...


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  • Macaca
    11-24 09:21 PM
    In Bush’s Last Year, Modest Domestic Aims (http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/24/washington/24bush.html) By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG | New York Times, November 24, 2007

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 — As President Bush looks toward his final year in office, with Democrats controlling Congress and his major domestic initiatives dead on Capitol Hill, he is shifting his agenda to what aides call “kitchen table issues” — small ideas that affect ordinary people’s lives and do not take an act of Congress to put in place.

    Over the past few months, Mr. Bush has sounded more like the national Mr. Fix-It than the man who began his second term with a sweeping domestic policy agenda of overhauling Social Security, remaking the tax code and revamping immigration law. Now, with little political capital left, Mr. Bush, like President Bill Clinton before him, is using his executive powers — and his presidential platform — to make little plans sound big.

    He traveled to the shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland to announce federal protection for two coveted species of game fish, the striped bass and the red drum. He appeared in the Rose Garden to call on lenders to help struggling homeowners refinance. He came out in favor of giving the Food and Drug Administration new authority to recall unsafe foods.

    Just this weekend, thanks to an executive order by Mr. Bush, the military is opening up additional air space — the White House calls it a “Thanksgiving express lane” — to lessen congestion in the skies. And Mr. Bush’s aides say more announcements are in the works, including another initiative, likely to be announced soon, intended to ease the mortgage lending crisis.

    With a Mideast peace conference planned for the coming week and a war in Iraq to prosecute, Mr. Bush is, of course, deeply engaged in the most pressing foreign policy matters of the day. The “kitchen table” agenda is part of a broader domestic political strategy — which some Republicans close to the White House attribute to Mr. Bush’s new counselor, Ed Gillespie — for the president to find new and more creative ways of engaging the public as his days in office dwindle and his clout with Congress lessens.

    “These are issues that don’t tend to be at the center of the political debate but actually are of paramount importance to a lot of Americans,” said Joel Kaplan, the deputy White House chief of staff.

    One Republican close to the White House, who has been briefed on the strategy, said the aim was to talk to Americans about issues beyond Iraq and terrorism, so that Mr. Bush’s hand will be stronger on issues that matter to him, like vetoing spending bills or urging Congress to pay for the war.

    “It’s a ticket to relevance, if you will, because right now Bush’s connection, even with the Republican base, is all related to terrorism and the fighting or prosecution of the Iraq war,” this Republican said. “It’s a way to keep his hand in the game, because you’re only relevant if you’re relevant to people on issues that they talk about in their daily lives.”

    Mr. Bush often says he wants to “sprint to the finish,” and senior White House officials say this is a way for him to do so. The president has also expressed concerns that Congress has left him out of the loop; in a recent press conference, he said he was exercising his veto power because “that’s one way to ensure that I am relevant.” The kitchen table initiatives are another.

    Yet for a president accustomed to dealing in the big picture, talking about airline baggage handling or uniform standards for high-risk foods requires a surprising dip into the realm of minutiae — a realm that, until recently, Mr. Bush’s aides have viewed with disdain.

    After Republicans lost control of Congress a year ago, Tony Snow, then the White House press secretary, told reporters: “The president is going to be very aggressive. He’s not going to play small ball.”

    It was a veiled dig at Mr. Bush’s predecessor, Mr. Clinton, who, along with his adviser Dick Morris, developed a similar — and surprisingly effective — strategy in 1996 after Republicans took control of Congress. That approach included what Mr. Clinton’s critics called “small-ball” initiatives, like school uniforms, curfews for teenagers and a crackdown on deadbeat dads, as well as the use of executive powers to impose clean air rules, establish national monuments and address medical privacy.

    “People in Washington laughed when Mr. Clinton would talk about car seats or school uniforms,” said John Podesta, Mr. Clinton’s former chief of staff. “But I don’t think the public laughed.”

    Nor does the public appear to be laughing at Mr. Bush.

    When the president sat down at a rustic wooden desk on the shores of the Chesapeake last month to sign an executive order that made permanent a ban on commercial fishing of striped bass and red drum in federal waters, people in the capital barely took notice.

    But it was big news on the southwest coast of Louisiana, where Chris Harbuck, a 45-year-old independent financial planner and recreational angler, likes to fish with his wife and teenage children. Mr. Harbuck is also the president of the Louisiana chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association, a nonprofit group dedicated to conserving marine resources; Mr. Bush’s order is splashed all over his latest newsletter.

    “We were very thrilled with what he did,” Mr. Harbuck said.

    That is exactly the outside-the-Beltway reaction the White House is hoping for. Mr. Bush’s aides are calculating that the public, numbed by what Mr. Kaplan called “esoteric budget battles” and other Washington conflicts, will respond to issues like long airline delays or tainted toys from China. They were especially pleased with the air congestion initiative.

    “You could just tell from the coverage how it did strike a chord,” said Kevin Sullivan, Mr. Bush’s communications counselor.

    Yet some of Mr. Bush’s new initiatives have had little practical effect. Fishing for red drum and striped bass, for instance, is already prohibited in federal waters; Mr. Bush’s action will take effect only if the existing ban is lifted. And the Federal Aviation Administration can already open military airspace on its own, without presidential action.

    Democrats, like Senator Byron L. Dorgan of North Dakota, who runs the Senate’s Democratic Policy Committee, dismiss the actions as window dressing. “It’s more words than substance,” said Mr. Dorgan said, adding he was surprised to see a president who has often seemed averse to federal regulation using his regulatory authority.

    “He’s kind of a late bloomer,” Mr. Dorgan said.

    Mr. Bush, for his part, has been using the kitchen table announcements to tweak Democrats, by calling on them to pass legislation he has proposed, such as a bill modernizing the aviation administration. The message, in Mr. Sullivan’s words, is, “We’re not going to just sit back because they’re obstructing things the president wants to accomplish. We are trying to find other ways to do things that are meaningful to regular people out there.”

    Gillespie: Bush Shifts Approach As Legislative Window Closes (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/11/30/AR2007113000836.html) By Peter Baker | Washington Post, November 30, 2007

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  • waitin_toolong
    10-26 12:50 PM
    you do not have to apply for COS, if she wants she can get h4 stamped when she travels, but is moot anyways as she plans to use EAD anyways nullyfying her H4.


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  • ravi98
    10-25 02:26 PM
    Things that make it harder to push for immigration legislation - legal or illegal. New Figures Detail Depth Of Unemployment Misery, Lower Earnings For All But Super Wealthy (VIDEO) (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/25/income_inequality_statistics_tax_code__n_773392.ht ml)

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  • kittu1991
    03-17 07:02 PM
    Is it the number of labour or number of 485? What is source of this info?


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  • mangal
    01-08 09:28 AM
    Can I File My I-140 While I M Waiting For My H-1b Renewal(3year).my Old H-1b Is Already Expired.

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  • go_guy123
    12-11 09:20 AM
    This is my first post.
    The green card backlog situation seems hopeless to me.
    Is this organization working to get the
    totalization agreement done so that at least we get some of the money that
    we paid as taxes(but get no benefit in return).

    Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated.


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  • sanjuatl
    09-29 03:25 PM
    Sorry tooo late....Some one already has a thread open for this..
    Thanks for your time in sharing this thou


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  • sambhajisgayake
    01-09 05:58 PM

    I have applied for a duplicate passport 4 weeks back because my passport was damaged. I am trying to call consulate office for the status. But they said that they do not provide any status inquiry. I urgently need passport as i have to go back to india ASAP. is there any way to know the current status and speed up the delivery of duplicate passport? Normally how long it takes to get a duplicate passport.

    Please help me, I will highly appreciate your help.


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  • sertasheep
    09-20 09:45 PM
    Members are encouraged to email their questions per the procedure outlined in http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?t=1267 rather than posting them on the forums, leveraging the professional advice available from immigration attorney Ms. Sonal Mehta Verma

    As of 20 September 2006, we have received less than 10 nonfrivolous questions in preparation for the next call. This does not meet the critical mass of 20-25 questions for justifying a conference call.

    Please follow process listed above for us to consider your questions.

    Blog Feeds
    12-05 09:20 PM
    HuffPost Hill reports on how some of the middle of the roads are planning to vote Thursday on DREAM in the Senate: REID FILES CLOTURE ON DREAM ACT - The bill to create a pathway to citizenship for the children of undocumented immigrants who either attend college or enlist in the military will get a vote Thursday. One fence sitter, Democrat Mark Pryor, will courageously oppose the the bill because it ain't popular in Arkansas. "I will probably be against the DREAM Act, probably on both [cloture and final passage]," Pryor told reporters in the Capitol today. "For one thing,...

    More... (http://blogs.ilw.com/gregsiskind/2010/11/bennett-leaning-yes-on-dream-prior-no.html)

    05-11 01:26 AM

    I'm in the process of going through the naturalization process having filed the N-400 form.

    However, I have a change of plans and would like to 'abandon' my naturalization application.

    Would this affect any of my future applications? be it a future naturalization application or petition for a relative the green card.

    Thanks for any advice as I can't seem to get a definite answer.

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