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Old 08-04-2008, 02:49 PM
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Desi3933

I don't understand why you are picking up on facts and faults on other post.What mirage is saying is true.I know 3 families stuck up in this GC process...all true cases.

There are some lucky people who have bought old labor substitution who came to US in 2004 and got their GC's cleared and are very .

Some really who have come here to study...living in US for past 10 years genuine appliers are really stuck in this.They have all applied their labor and got them cleared only dec 2006.

people who are interested can send those letters if not ignore the thread.

If you are EB2 good for you...Its not that easy to change jobs having families..and when you are satisfied with the employer ,why would they change.

Everyone here want GC to stay in this country.And we all are here to find solutions thru IV - active participation is better.

Pani's letter is not that bad...if you dont like alter what you want to express and send it.People can write what they are facing only.


this is not an argument...just felt bad when you were point blankly picking on them.

I dont undestand


But one thing I understand there are many , in general like to irritate and hurt other's sentiments and thoughts and pinpoint only faults.

Becoz of this lack of unity only ,most of us face problems.
First of all, I do support issues faced by EB-3 India applicants. However, a letter with many factual errors and words like bonded is not going to help. I am just trying to present my views.

If I were OP, I will at least show my letter for some kind of legal review before sending. After all who would like to make condition bad to worse?

Please refer to post by internet couple of posts back. He has raised many good points.

Good Luck to everyone!
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