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Member Profile: TigerW (122 posts)

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Hello, I'm TigerW (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 28 Jun 2017
I have been a member since 22 Apr 2017
I have added 122 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 04 Jun 2017
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Jun 2017
Topic: i-539 applied but got rejection notice


I applied I-539 for H4 dependents for extension of status based on new I-797 validity & I-94 but I got rejection notice becos i filled form in-correctly and asked to re-submit.
Will this rejection notice to correct application will inadvertently make I-539 denial at all. I am afraid now as I have to resubmit and if again if it be rejected for any other reason, will USCIS deny the application for ever?
Basically will rejection notice has future affect on approval/rejection of case.
Please help me. Thanks again.



Nope. Correct and resubmit. No problem.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act


hopingchange12, please use this fellow's correct name. He is none other than davidylan of the olden days.. the famous Nigerian troll who used to roam these pages posting nothing but anti-India posts.



Anti-India posts = essentially reminding Indians that they do not have a divine right to a US green card.

Frankly the responses here are childish.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act


You running for congress or something that you would have an opportunity to vote on a bill :o.
Face it, your numbers are insignificant just like ours to really influence in the negative. Keep dreaming!



Well good luck getting steve bannon and others signing off on a bill that will allow indians to move here en masse.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act


How can you compare India with the US? Why are you so worried about H1b allocation so much? Why don't you blame the employers who are hiring Indians in large numbers? You are blind to that fact.
Rabid India bashing is your hobby and its all good. When the country cap is finally lifted, the likes of you will surely want to move far away from the 'hordes' of Indians coming your way. Oh wait, they are already here waiting decades on for a GC.



Your post is a glaring example of the dishonesty and hypocrisy rife on this thread.

1. If we cannot compare the US to India because the US is far more technologically advanced, then can we just stop the nonsensical argument that Indians are coming here because they are "tech talents"? They are simply economic migrants seeking to take advantage of American business thirst for cheap labor. India brings nothing new or significant to the US technology pool. It would probably make sense if you were talking about russians or French or Israelis... we can see the tangible evidence of this talent in their own countries and technologies... what exactly does India bring to the table independently other than being the world's largest supplier of grunt workers who do as they are told?

2. Oh wait, we should not be concerned about the H1B allocation, but we should open thread upon thread, threaten lawsuits and file thousands of petitions on the "unfairness" of the EB-based GC allocation? anyone guess what the disparity is here? lol...

3. The country cap will never be lifted... fact. But i know you've got hope though. Enjoy. The rest of us will become voters in the next year or two... you can bet how we will be voting soon.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act





ROW are not economic migrants??? Why are they even moving here then? You are hilarious!
Get out of your high horse already!



great point! people generally aren't aware of salaries in Europe even in major cities.
Here is a financial software programmer making 42,000 Euros in paris
https://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/paris-softwar...
and my other friends have reported something similar. this is why they move to the US, because they find it difficult to rent a small apartment in paris on that salary.

check Poland at $26,000 a year for senior software engineer. there are a lot of senior engineers in India who make more.
https://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/poland-senior....
Average UK salaries are 40% of what I make, for the same experience, when I tried to move there.

everybody is here for the money, we just wait much longer. going back in not really an option for most ROW unless they want a big salary cut.



Well there you go... at least we can recognize that ROW folks also migrate for the same reasons Indians migrate. Rather than basically choke out all ROW applicants through this extremely one-sided bill, why not ask the government to increase the number of visas available? There is no reason for an extra 50,000 diversity visas that brings in people with zero skill when that could go to increase EB visas.

That is the only solution. Antagonizing ROW is not the answer. But keep it up if you think it works for you.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act


ROW are not economic migrants??? Why are they even moving here then? You are hilarious!
Get out of your high horse already!



The person on the high horse is the one who thinks India getting the vast majority of non-immigrant and immigrant-based work visas is somehow not enough because Indians are a "critical technology resource".
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

One of you posted a link here yesterday. In 2016 alone, Indians applied for over 65,000 perms, the next nation was China with less than 9,000.

We only need look to the H1B yearly allocation - India accounts for over 80%, every other nation (including China) has to make do with 20%. If the country cap did not exist, we would have to rename the green card as the India emigration card. The problem is even if the country cap disappeared today... it still would not be enough for the hordes of arrogantly entitled Indians pouring here everyday. You'll simply be blaming someone else for another queue. The system is what it is, don't like it, try your home country. Last i checked, India isn't giving out blanket work visas to Pakistanis or Bangladeshis either.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act


Yawn. Dont know why India is given the same number of GCs as another small country. Well, we are helping out US by providing critical human capital needed for development by a big margin. And we are a lot more diverse than the entire Europe or Africa put together.



If you were as "critical" as you think, the US would have figured out a way to make it smoother for you to emigrate here. The point isn't that you're a critical resource, you're simply economic migrants who somehow feel that you are more entitled to US citizenship than anyone else. America was the most developed nation before the H1B. Yes you provide cheap labor, but don't lets overinflate that to mean what its not.

I'm glad you admit that India benefits the most of any nation from the EB-based green card process. That at least eliminates the usual dishonest trope that somehow ROW is treated preferentially.

You may think that you're more diverse than everyone else... but America does not think so and their opinion ultimately is what counts.

Happy weekend to you.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act



Well, good luck to you then.



Where do you think you are going? After injecting yourself into conversations that is none of your business, you choose to run away when you have no other valid arguments to make.

You did not answer my simple question to you.
What makes you people from ROW so special compared with Indians, other than your respective countries of birth.
Process wise, you also go through the same DOL PERM certification and other steps. Don't bring your silly diversity argument here. And try not wish us Good Luck and run away like the coward that you are :)



Considering that India alone is allocated the vast majority of H1B, L1 and EB-based green cards every year, please explain to me how you think ROW is treated more special than anyone else? Would ROW be less special if all green cards were allocated to Indians only?

Yawn. The idea that USCIS is giving ROW preferential treatment is the same old tired trope. India is allocated the exact same number of visas allocated to each ROW country. Ultimately, as a result of spill over, India ends up getting a larger share of these visas EVERY YEAR. But somehow ROW is treated specially? Why don't you just ask that we give all the visas to you and your family instead?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 02 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Well, good luck to you then.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 02 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Your opinion on the way the US allocates green cards is really just that, an opinion.

Secondly, as i have explained here before, the H1B is NOT based on diversity, place of birth or race. It is open for all... that is why >80% of them go to Indians every year. I never hear you complain about that, neither do you hear ROW folks threatening law suits or throwing up thread after thread, filing endless silly petitions...

You do not need a green card to take up employment in this country. The green card process is a way for America to decide, as it is its right, who it wants to make a permanent member of its society... hence i would expect you to understand if it chooses to regulate the process through any means it so desires. If you do not like the process... there are air india flights every day. Trust me, no one will miss you. Another "tech talent" will be there to take your place.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 02 Jun 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Your post is all hyperbole and emotion. I understand, its hard to think you're actually more expendable than you think.

Saying ROW has been having a "free ride" is beyond idiotic... every year, India alone gets the majority of H1Bs, L1 visas and green cards. That's a fact...

America seems to love diversity quite a lot and much as you may hate to hear it... no one wants to relabel the work-based green card as the India migrant visa. Good luck.

Someone here underscored the deplorable hypocrisy of most here... people are threatening lawsuits because they feel EB1C folks have taken their spillover (visas that never belonged to them in the first place)... and yet are the same ones fighting to change the law so as to deprive ROW of their visas. This would be laughable if it wasn't so transparently idiotic.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 01 Jun 2017
Topic: Need advice


Gurus..

Need help. My I-140 and I-485 were filed last year under EB1C. Both of them are still pending, now my project in current location is getting over and my employer is asking me to move to a different city within US. Will this jeopardize my I-140? Thanks in advance.



How is it that a manager is working at locations? That sounds odd to me.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 28 May 2017
Topic: I-140 NOID saying over qualified for the position

I am not backlogged. However, my point stands. Go beyond seeing the OP as a fellow Indian that must be supported at all costs, even when it is clear they do not have the qualifications required. The NOID was basically a way to catch his fraudulent application. Good luck to him.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 28 May 2017
Topic: Complaint Against Bank - Residency


I am from Iran and this could be the reason they are treating me differently. Cause in the past they have requested similar documents from Iranian. I will probably close my account and open a new account at another Bank.



To be honest, that is likely to be the case. A shame though.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 28 May 2017
Topic: I-140 NOID saying over qualified for the position


Hi All,

I got a NOID recently stating Over Qualified for the position.

I have a B.SC(computers)+Masters in Computers, Job description for my position stated Graduate with min 5+ years of exp.

I am in a EB2 Category.

Did anyone receive this query or any inputs, as my employer already replied to the noid,No Response yet.

Thanks





So in a nutshell, you're filling a job that any US citizen can easily obtain the skills for. You essentially have no more special skill... why the USCIS approved you for an H1B in the first place is beyond me. This is why the India queues are perpetually backlogged.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 28 May 2017
Topic: Complaint Against Bank - Residency


I am on F1 student visa and in a few month my status will be a pending I-485. Bank of America is requesting my residency proof, otherwise they will close my account. I have sent them my valid driving license and valid EAD, but they don't accept it.


1- Do you suggest me to file a complaints against Bank of America?

2- Does a pending case in court may affect my pending I-140 and pending I-485?





By law, banks in the US are required to verify information on the residency status of folks who open certain types of accounts. I used to get similar letters from Chase. As others have noted, you may have either falsely claimed to be a US resident and the bank wants proof of this or you have one of the account types that would only apply to someone with permanent status in the US. Either way, you should speak with the bank rather than filing a complaint. You'll just make things worse.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 26 May 2017
Topic: Change.ORG - EB2 Backlogs


I'm assuming, it will be great if we open a petition for white house and get 100000 signatures, because lawmaker are gathering things to do over immigration system and hope this petition could add some value.



Similar petitions were opened with the former administration, nothing happened. If you think Bannon and Miller will be looking to support your petition, i have a bridge to sell to you.

The problem with petitions such as yours is that they assume "discrimination" that does not exist. More Indians get EB GCs than any other country. YET you're still complaining because the government has not decided to label the EB GC route the Indian skilled visa?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 May 2017
Topic: GC category and processing times.

Hmmm everyone is testy today...
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