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  • pappu
    10-08 12:31 PM
    Here is another case of a person I came across recently. This person was stuck for the past 5 years in Namechecks . He applied for GC in 2001. He got his GC just recently after a long wait and struggle.

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  • Macaca
    12-05 04:45 PM
    AMY GOODMAN: Our guest for the hour is Lou Dobbs, well known as the CNN anchor of Lou Dobbs Tonight. In May, the New York Times published a critical article about you, Lou.

    LOU DOBBS: [inaudible]

    AMY GOODMAN: It was called �Truth, Fiction and Lou Dobbs.� Columnist David Leonhardt wrote, �Mr. Dobbs has a somewhat flexible relationship with reality.� Leonhardt highlighted this profile about you that aired on CBS�s 60 Minutes.

    LESLEY STAHL: One of the issues he tackles relentlessly is illegal immigration. And on that, his critics say his advocacy can get in the way of the facts.

    LOU DOBBS: Tuberculosis, leprosy, malaria?

    LESLEY STAHL: Following a report on illegals carrying diseases into the US, one of the correspondents on his show, Christine Romans, told Dobbs that there had been 7,000 cases of leprosy in the US in the past three years.

    CHRISTINE ROMANS: Leprosy, in this country

    LOU DOBBS: Incredible.

    LESLEY STAHL: We checked that and found a report issued by the US Department of Health and Human Services saying 7,000 is the number of leprosy cases over the last thirty years, not the past three, and nobody knows how many of those cases involve illegal immigrants.

    [interviewing Dobbs] Now, went to try and check that number, 7,000�we can�t. Just so you know�

    LOU DOBBS: I can tell you this: if we reported it, it�s a fact.

    LESLEY STAHL: You can�t tell me that. You did report it�

    LOU DOBBS: No, I just did.

    LESLEY STAHL: How can you guarantee that to me?

    LOU DOBBS: Because I�m the managing editor, and that�s the way we do business. We don�t make up numbers, Lesley, do we?

    AMY GOODMAN: A day after the 60 Minutes report aired, Lou Dobbs discussed the issue on his program with his reporter, the CNN reporter Christine Romans.

    LOU DOBBS: Then there was a question about some of your comments, Christine, following one of your reports. I told Lesley Stahl we don�t make up numbers, and I will tell everybody here again tonight, I stand 100% behind what you said.

    CHRISTINE ROMANS: That�s right, Lou. We don�t make up numbers here. This is what we reported. We reported: �It�s interesting, because the woman in our piece told us that there were about 900 cases of leprosy for forty years. There have been 7,000 in the past three years. Leprosy, in this country.� I was quoting Dr. Madeleine Cosman, a respected medical lawyer and medical historian. Writing in The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, she said: �Hansen�s disease��that�s the other modern name, I guess, for leprosy��Hansen�s disease was so rare in America that in forty years only 900 people were afflicted. Suddenly, in the past three years America has more than 7,000 cases of leprosy,� Lou.

    LOU DOBBS: It�s remarkable that this�whatever, confusion or confoundment over 7,000 cases. They actually keep a registry of cases of leprosy. And the fact that it rose was because of�one assumes, because we don�t know for sure�but two basic influences: unscreened illegal immigrants coming into this country, primarily from South Asia, and the�secondly, far better reporting.

    CHRISTINE ROMANS: That�s what Dr. Cosman told us, Lou.

    LOU DOBBS: And, you know, in talking with a number of people, it�s also very clear no one knows, but nearly everyone suspects, there are far more cases of that. It is also, I think, interesting, and I think important to say, one of the reasons we screen people coming into this country is to deal with communicable diseases like leprosy, tuberculosis. The fact is, if we would just screen successfully, all of those diseases can be treated effectively, efficiently and relatively quickly.

    AMY GOODMAN: That�s Lou Dobbs on the show. The source behind the claim that there was a spike of 7,000 new cases of leprosy was a controversial medical attorney named Madeleine Cosman. In 2005, she described undocumented immigrants as �deadly time bombs, because of the diseases they bring into the country.� Cosman, who died last year, has also been criticized for these comments she made about Mexican men.

    MADELEINE COSMAN: Recognize that most of these bastards molest girls under age twelve, some as young as age five, others age three. Although, of course, some specialize in boys, some specialize in nuns, some are exceedingly versatile and rape little girls age eleven and women up to age seventy-nine.

    What is important here is the psychiatric defenses: Why do they do what they do? They do not need a jail; they need a hospital. They are depraved because they were deprived in their home country. But more important is the cultural defense: they suffer from psychiatric cognitive disjuncture, for what does a poor man do if in his home country of Mexico in his jurisdiction if rape is ranked lower than cow stealing? Of course, he will not know how to behave here in strange America. This is thoroughly reprehensible.

    AMY GOODMAN: Madeleine Cosman, that�s her quote. She actually is not a medical doctor. She�s a Renaissance author and scholar of sorts. Lou Dobbs?

    LOU DOBBS: What would you have me say, Amy? Because what�the reality is what you don�t say, is that Leonhardt�s piece was filled with errors. Secondly, Madeleine Cosman, as we learned following that report in Physicians and Surgeons, the publication, is precisely what you styled her: she is a wack�or was a wackjob. But the New York Times didn�t know that, either. If you would read the obituary for Madeleine Cosman in the New York Times�have you done that, by the way? She died a year ago, which was, by the way, a year after we had used her as a source in a report, along with other people. Did you read that obituary? Did you find that the New York Times had come to basically the same conclusion we had, that she was a credible source? Because if you read that obituary, it is glowing and filled with plaudits for Madeleine Cosman. And so�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: Well, but, Lou, I think the issue�

    LOU DOBBS: But I must�no, no. I am going to say this�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: The issue is that we, as journalists�

    LOU DOBBS: To go through a body of

    JUAN GONZALEZ: �all have our own responsibility to�

    LOU DOBBS: No, listen to me, Juan�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: No, no, no, no, no, Listen�

    LOU DOBBS: �because at least we can have some civility�


    LOU DOBBS: �to go through this and try to convey that this is a body of work. I spoke for eight seconds after that report on tuberculosis and the screening of illegal immigrants into this country. For eight seconds. And you�re trying to project this as if it is reflective of a body of work. And that, I think, is�I think�

    JUAN GONZALEZ: No, but, Lou, the issue�

    LOU DOBBS: I would hope that you would be embarrassed by that.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: No, Lou, the issue is�

    AMY GOODMAN: You�re the managing director of your show�

    LOU DOBBS: I am the managing director.

    AMY GOODMAN: �and editor of your show.

    LOU DOBBS: And let me ask you a question: how many�how many people are on the registry for Hansen�s disease in this country?

    JUAN GONZALEZ: 7,000, total.

    LOU DOBBS: It�s over 7,000, correct.

    AMY GOODMAN: For thirty years.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: For thirty years.

    LOU DOBBS: Absolutely.

    AMY GOODMAN: You said over the last three years because of illegal immigration.

    LOU DOBBS: And what did we say? Did I say because of illegal immigration?


    LOU DOBBS: I said no one knows, but one assumes primarily, because they�re not being screened. That�s what the doctors at the Hansen centers were telling us. Secondly, the issue of�if you want to, I mean, explode eight seconds into a whole body of discussion, fine. The reality is, I think you would agree, that if we were screening illegal immigrants, as well as legal immigrants, we would probably have a heck of a lot less in the way of tuberculosis in this country, and Hansen�s disease.

    JUAN GONZALEZ: OK, Lou, I�d like to get into�take this in a much deeper perspective than just the particular fact�

    LOU DOBBS: I hope so.

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  • letstalklc
    08-21 01:02 PM
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  • Jerrome
    09-24 05:53 PM
    They are referring to the Perm Labor data for year 2009.

    I think one common mistake that is being made everywhere on this board since the USCIS data got out is to make assumptions on demand. We are only being shown data which shows pending applications from USCIS. If USCIS releases data of how much demand by priority date they were getting then its a different thing. When you say , are you basing that on this data released by USCIS or on something else. Because if you are then you are probably wrong. This data only tells you pending data as of Aug 2009 by priority dates. It could well be the case that USCIS got a lot of volume from Sep 2007 to Aug 2008 and processed them all and hence pending is less now. Hope you understand. The only way you can do it with some degree of success with current public data is by looking at PERM Filing data.


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  • franklin
    07-09 07:24 PM
    I think the blood drive is a great idea...draws media attention and serves a just cause!!!

    Calling IV leadership to organize this all across the country!!!

    I would love to donate blood, however I am illegible because of Mad Cow disease. In addition, if you've traveled anywhere with Malaria, I believe you can't within 1 year. If you've lived in a Malaria area, you can't for 3 years.

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  • shantanup
    01-05 12:13 PM
    Hello every one,
    I am starting this thread for all of us not to just think about the GC process. If any one is residing here for 10 years without GC, think about making a law which can lead us to Citizenship. My thoughts on this:
    Many of our colleagues who landed with us during the late 90s (1998, 1999) and early 2000, who got their GC without any issues are now Citizens or waiting to become Citizen soon.
    What is our status?. Just think. Still we are strugling to get the GC. Even by law change, if we are getting the GC this year (by GOD's Grace), then we need to wait for another 5 years from now (approximately 2014). Many persons like me who have come to this Country in their later career will be very much affected due to this delay (we have lot of other issues like the dependents reaching the age of 21 etc., College, University fees etc.,).
    Core team and every one, please consider this and try to lobby for getting the citizenship without further wait if the persons satisfy the folowing conditions:
    1. If they are legally here for 10 years (With approved I-140 and waiting for Adjustment of Status without current date).
    2. If they have earned full 40 points in Social Security
    3. If they have paid the tax continuously for 10 years
    4. If they own a house and paying Mortgage (adding weightage to the Economy boost)
    5. If they do not have any criminal records in these 10 years.

    Please again do not just concentrate on the GC issues. Consider this and if any one can come with a letter draft with legal openion, we can send it to all Congress members, State Governers etc.,
    Hope the members and the Core team consider this issue. I have one more thread on this, which I started some months back but the response was not that good. If every one of us unite on this and raise this to the Congress, I think the new Government may consider as this is very genuine.

    While lobbying for IV we made a point to couple of congressmen that years in waiting for GC should be counted towards citizinship. Both of them agreed to it in principle but then that was it.


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  • inskrish
    10-05 12:51 AM
    Will it be helpful to have an InfoPass appointment ? has anybody tried that..

    My case was filed on JUly 2nd, I-140 approved at TSC, No RN, No CC, nothing.. frustrating.. everybody else in the world is getting the receipt notice and FP..

    Hi wc_user,

    Now USCIS is on top of July 2nd and 3rd filers, especially for the applications that were transfered from NSC to TSC. You will certainly get your receipt notices with in a week.:)


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  • factoryman
    06-18 05:15 PM
    EOM. Should this be a question or if you use less paper, will you be considered environmental friendly and way to faster GC.

    Don't waste your time and energy on trifles. I can, because I am done with filing and work at office.
    How the forms to be printed? One sided or back to- back?


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  • Foster2007
    07-16 02:09 AM
    Can he be sued for repeatedly misreporting facts?

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  • rag1232
    04-01 02:30 PM
    My lawyer told me that dates may move to Jan 2007 for EB2I in May visa bulletin. Happy weekend!!!


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  • Canadian_Dream
    11-25 02:09 PM
    Buying house is not much different than buying stocks - both of them are investments at the most fundamental level and are hence susceptible to ups and downs. If you don't have stomach for it just don't do it.

    Almost similar except:
    1. You can't sell with a single click on E-Trade
    2. Unlike stocks You pay taxes on your house every year.
    3. You are leveraged 1:5 in your investment.
    4. Your real estate investment is based on debt while stock (with an exception of margin calls) is purely on cash.
    5. In stock you can never loose more than you invested. (again margin calls are exception)
    6. You don't pay to play or you don't constantly have to pay to keep what you have invested.
    7. Govt don't give you tax breaks to buy stock.
    8. Equity holders are never bailed out by govt.

    That makes real estate much leveraged and bigger liability than stock could stock ever be. And somehow govt. wants to promote home owner society but discourage stock ownership or saving minded frugal individual investors like us.

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  • gc_on_demand
    04-24 02:53 PM
    They refer to ads on Sulekha and other similar portals

    On another note - consulting companies will workaround by creating multiple companies and applying h1b through various companies

    But are n't they proposing 50 % rule.. how can a small desi company afford 50 % US citizen staff ? That is why may be people think consulting companies will not work.

    but what I think is it will make them less profitable. Very small body shoppers will go out of business. Med to large indian owner based consulting companies will be less profitable.

    Guys with stock investment in indian IT compnies Heads UP !


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  • aquarianf
    06-15 01:09 PM
    You or your employer should have a copy of all approved I-797 H1 reciept. Isint the l-94 on there?

    What about old employers :)

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    06-22 11:13 AM
    I am in the same situation. Details Below.

    Me: EB2(10/2006) Pending I-140
    Wife: EB3(04/2002 SUBSTITUTION) Pending I-140

    Reply from My Lawyer.

    "Many people are in your scenario.
    There are many ways to do this. Each one being a little more expensive then others.

    What can be done:

    Your wife files as primary and you secondary on her 140.
    You file as primary and her secondary on your 140.

    Option #2
    You file alone on your 140
    She files alone on her 140.

    Somehow if the dates should move backwards and her 140 on labor substitution should get denied (you never know with labor sub); then for her to file on your 140 the date has to be current or she canʼt file until it becomes current.

    You and her just file on her 140. Problem is if the 140 gets denied then the window of opportunity to file the 485 again may not be for a couple of years.

    You and her just file on your 140. Problem is that it may take a long time for you to eventually get the greencard approved.

    If you want to be safe and want to spend more money then she would file as primary on her 140 and you as dependent. Then at same time we would file you as primary on your 140 and her as dependent on your 140.

    Reply from Wife's Lawyer(Murthy):

    "It is not possible for you to be her derivative as well as your own primary, and vice versa. It would require the filing of 2 I-485s and this causes nothing but confusion on the part of the USCIS. You have 2 choices. You could pick a case that you are going to proceed under, most likely the one with the earliest priority date, so long as there is confidence that the I-140 will be approved. Or, you can hedge your bets by each filing as your own primary because if one of the cases falls into a problem, the person can switch to be a derivative, but could run into a problem if there were not current priority dates at the time. But, so long as your both remain in H-1B status, and not use EAD/AP, that is minimized"


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  • sunny1000
    05-17 11:51 AM
    Is AP a multiple entry document like a visa? or is there a limit on the number of travels within its one year validity?

    Thanks much.:)

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  • gc_wow
    09-23 09:03 PM
    If EB2 row perm hits 10000 apps thats it pd wont move a bit. That will happen as soon as hiring starts again. This will happen any time, if this not happen until sep 2010, then EB2 has a chance. There are about 15000 (approx) EB2 Row apps siiting ducks in Perm centers, if ROW PErm eb2 approvals start flowing then we are just stuck. It all depends on EB2 Row Now. That is the one we need to watch closely.


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  • nk2007
    10-11 02:28 PM
    Look at the breaking news section here :


    it says may be only 1/2 of them are receipted.

    If any dept can just publish, how many cases are still pending for receipt & how many receipts are issued per day/week, it will give us an idea on how long we should WAIT....YES I KNOW THAT IT IS TOO MUCH TO ASK FOR....WITH THE WAY THINGS ARE GOING WITH THIS AGENCY.......


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  • ashres11
    09-20 01:00 PM
    What case related info you would add in an email?
    SSN, dob, 140 info, approval date, Alien number?
    Pls. share this detail

    tracking no. and date and time.

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  • drona
    07-10 11:31 PM
    Just released from the New York Times:

    A Floral Protest Over Job-Based Visas by Nina Bernstein

    In a Gandhi-inspired protest, foreigners working legally in the United States sent thousands of flowers to a top immigration official yesterday to draw attention to their complaints about job-based visas.

    The official, Emilio Gonzalez, director of Citizenship and Immigration Services, arranged for trucks to haul the bouquets of roses, carnations and other flowers to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington and the National Naval Medical Center at Bethesda, Md.

    “The reaction from the patients, family and staff was overwhelming,” said Michael Briggs, an American Red Cross employee at Walter Reed who helped distribute the flowers. “They were very appreciative, and they were excited.”

    The flower protest was staged by temporary workers, many from India, who felt jilted by the immigration agency’s decision last week to withdraw tens of thousands of job-based visas. The State Department announced last month that green cards would be available starting July 2 for applicants across the range of high-skilled categories, but the immigration agency later said there had been a misunderstanding and no visas would be available.

    With a more typically American form of protest under way in the courts — the first lawsuits over the about-face were filed last week — an agency spokesman, Dan Kane, would not discuss the complaints behind the flowers.

    Vikas Chowdhry, a software developer who helped coordinate the protest, said the flowers had served a good purpose.

    “We are overjoyed that these flowers brightened the day of our injured service brethren,” Mr. Chowdhry said. “It is their sacrifice for American freedom that has made this country great and such a desirable destination.”

    10-12 01:41 PM
    Hi Kewl:
    Thanks for you encouraging email. My senator's rep. said that my case was assigned to an IO on Sep 21st. Are you sure that it takes 10-30 days(only) once the app is with an IO? May I know how are you so sure about this? Did any NCS rep tell you this time-frame? I only hope what you said comes true.
    Also, I have sent 7001 late last week. Is there a # to contact obmudsman's?

    07-14 07:01 AM
    I only caught part of a report on Lou Dobbs regarding Beckham's visa. He received an O-visa. The Department of State ( does not give the number of these visas issued every year. However, the reporter on Lou Dobbs ( claimed there were over 12,000 of those given out last year . Where did they get that number?

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