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  #106 (permalink)  
Old 06-15-2006, 06:08 PM
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My employer recived 45 days letter today by mail for dellas center. my PD is Dec 2004. i alread approved perm case and I-140. so what should i do now.
Can you tell us in which state you filed your labor and whether it is RIR/Non RIR?
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Old 06-15-2006, 06:13 PM
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Post letter recived

ILLinois / RIR /EB3
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Old 06-20-2006, 05:00 PM
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I got my 45 day letter back in Jan 2006.
Non RIR EB3 in Dallas. NO state advertising either. This labor was file originally way back in Oct 2001.
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Old 06-20-2006, 07:00 PM
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You guys should update the tracker with your approvals,.

http://www.trackins.com/immigrationtrackers/
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Old 06-22-2006, 05:08 PM
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Recieved 45 day letter.
RIR , state MN, PD : Dec 04
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Old 06-26-2006, 10:57 AM
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Received 45 day letter.

PD Nov 2004.
IL, RIR/EB2.

The stupid, incompetent lawyer's office delayed contacting my employer
by a whole week after receiving the letter. God, these people have no
sense of urgency or DECENCY. I am so angry I would fire their a$$ if only
this won't further affect my GC process.
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Old 06-27-2006, 06:54 PM
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Default Guess What ? - Dallas BEC is using Interns for analyzing Labor

http://www.udallas.edu/careers/jobsa...=International

Opening Date: 5-3-2006

Closing Date: 5-22-2006

Title: Process Analysts - ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS

Location(s): Dallas, TX

Company: Team Exceed / DFLC Dallas

Email Address: employment@dal.dflc.us

Type: Part-Time

Responsibilities: Full and part-time Process Analysts will be required to review and analyze files for the Dallas Backlog Elimination Center. This process may include researching the labor market for aliens that are seeking and applying for certification. Other duties include data entry, filing, processing incoming mail, generating outgoing letters, making numerous phone calls to attorneys, and any other duties deemed necessary by your supervision.

Skills and Requirements: College degree preferred, but not required
Proficient computer & typing skills
Well versed in English (bi-lingual a plus)
Pleasant, professional phone etiquette
Analytical and Critical Thinking skills
Excellent reading comprehension skills

Compensation: Paid

How To Apply: Please Forward Resumes To: Fax: 214-237-9211 / E-mail: employment@dal.dflc.us. Team Exceed is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates will be notified of the on-campus recruiting schedule upon selection.


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Old 06-28-2006, 02:55 AM
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I like the idea of outsourcing the immigration application processing to India.

LOL!

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Old 06-28-2006, 10:16 AM
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Received 45 day letter.

PD Nov 2004.
IL, RIR/EB2.

The stupid, incompetent lawyer's office delayed contacting my employer
by a whole week after receiving the letter. God, these people have no
sense of urgency or DECENCY. I am so angry I would fire their a$$ if only
this won't further affect my GC process.
My lawyer's office delayed by a WHOLE MONTH before notifying the employer about the 45 day letter . When I forced my HR rep to ask for accountability, we got a standard response back from the lawyer's office about how every case is handled in an appropriate manner. Unfortunately, since the lawyer was hired by the company, there was not much more I could do except to request that my case be transferred to another lawyer. The company is in the process of moving my case.
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Old 06-28-2006, 10:49 AM
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Default My Lawyer never replied on time !

Your lawyers delayed by a week or month, but a famous lawyer in San Francisco - Jackson hertogs, never did the paper work on time for me, leading to considerable loss in my GC processing. I had to wait for 4 more years before I could file my GC, since my company stopped processing from 2001 aug till 2004. Cannot be worse that this, during 2000/2001 the lawyer would mention everything is on track. I was hoping everything would be fine, finally I heard my papers along with some other employee never got filed.


Whenever I think of it, my blood boils with frustration, we are at the mercy of lawyers, employers and feel like born to be abused :-). I would like to hang in for a little while, my company has a big presence in Blr, so plan to move there as there are great job opportunities to grow to good Management positions. If I delay this on account of this GC Mirage, I will end up burning a candle from both ends and loose both eventually.

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Old 06-28-2006, 11:04 AM
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Default A decision for all of us to make

I think many of us have this decision to make - is it worth waiting years on an elusive GC or is it time to head back home ( if u are from a place like India where there is a job boom going on presently, it may make a lot of sense).

How do we know that our current frustrations will be justified down the road? What makes us so sure that we will have a better life here? Once the 11 million illegals have been assimilated and all the high tech and manufacturing jobs have been outsourced, what will be left here? Isn't it better to get back now and try to benefit from the boom rather than miss the opportunity back home?

Hard questions with no easy answers. At least, when retrogression hit the last time in the 90s the decision was more clear - you just grit your teeth and wait your turn for GC.

This time, it is not so clear as we are constantly wondering whether waiting is in our best long-term interest!

Personally, I will wait 3 more years while I fine tune plans b and c to be implemented after that if GC remains elusive. Good luck to everyone!
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Old 06-29-2006, 04:08 PM
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Your lawyers delayed by a week or month, but a famous lawyer in San Francisco - Jackson hertogs, never did the paper work on time for me, leading to considerable loss in my GC processing.
Interesting.. I had a similar experience with a famous law firm in Seattle. They forgot to file my H1-B (in late 2000) and even went on to suggest that I can join the new employer as H1 has been filed. Since that law was new I was hesitant to do so. Later we found out that they missed my paper work when they relocated to a new building. But my employer stuck to them and started my GC (Feb 2001) with them - guess what? they lost my papers again and informed us 3 months later. My company then started my GC with another law form but by then I was hit by 245i...
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Old 07-07-2006, 11:04 AM
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I think many of us have this decision to make - is it worth waiting years on an elusive GC or is it time to head back home ( if u are from a place like India where there is a job boom going on presently, it may make a lot of sense).

How do we know that our current frustrations will be justified down the road? What makes us so sure that we will have a better life here? !
Good Points here.. I am sure every one of us that have been here long enough have heard stories about spectacular salaries / successes in India and other developing markets. In the early 70's / 80's this was a risky and hence a rewarding venture. Now it has become more tried and tested and hence the rewards are not that great.

I always wonder what would have happened if M.K. Gandhi decided to apply for residency in UK, or Ambani decided to stay in the Middle East (where he was working before coming back to India).. and there are numerous other examples.. And 20 years or so from now, there will be cases where newer Gandhis / Ambanis are formed.. The question for us is, will we be too narrowly focused to open the doors of opportunity in this direction? Are we open minded enough to see that good in India right now?
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Old 07-09-2006, 11:43 PM
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Question Spouse work permit

Hello,

I am still waiting to hear about my LC case PD 11/2003 Regular MI and wanted to know what kind of scenario awaits me in the future. When is the earlier that I can apply for my wife's work permit and is there any way to get her H1 done independent of my pending LC?

Also, has anyone with similar PD (regular) seen any progress with their case?

Thank you.

DDL
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Old 07-10-2006, 12:39 PM
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Hello,

I am still waiting to hear about my LC case PD 11/2003 Regular MI and wanted to know what kind of scenario awaits me in the future. When is the earlier that I can apply for my wife's work permit and is there any way to get her H1 done independent of my pending LC?

Also, has anyone with similar PD (regular) seen any progress with their case?

Thank you.

DDL
A few more steps are required before your wife can work..

Your wife can work after you apply for adjustment of status / EAD document.. which you can after your I-485 application has been with USCIS for 6 months..

Of course you have not filed for I-485 as yet..

Because for this you need an approved I-140 (2-3 months or lesser after LC ) and of course the LC..

Regards,

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