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Member Profile: dacofee (23 posts)

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Hello, I'm dacofee (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 18 Feb 2018
I have been a member since 01 Dec 2017
I have added 23 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 16 Feb 2018
dacofee's Immigration Cases
 
PERM case: Pending for 116 days (118 days less than average)   (0 comments)
User: dacofee Nationality: India
Priority Date:27 Dec 2017Category:EB2
Audit Received?:noAudit Received Date:
Reason for Audit:Audit Replied Date:
Application Status:pendingApproval/Denial Date:
Total Processing Time:Days Elapsed:116 days
Case Added to Tracker: 08 Jan 2018 Last Updated: 08 Jan 2018
Notes:
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 Feb 2018
Topic: Immigration Reform is coming soon


U have most wrong Thinking on that one.
I have dated Chinese, white, French, black, Pakistani, middle eastern , the American white one was the best girl.
The white girl did not want to get married due to her health issues.....but she was the best.
That's life and I can't avoid it. But anyways if I had known the loophole in the system about
Getting married and getting GC faster, I would have asked anyone of my ex's to do that.
But it was too late, I did not know.....and tbh I would have done it....
There is no immigration reform, unless their ass is on fire, due to competition from China and Russia
They won't do it and this whole blockchain technology is killing the Americans, whereas the Chinese
And Russians are way ahead of the game. Even the Indians are way behind in this blockchain technology.





You can still marry a white girl. Who is stopping you to do so?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Feb 2018
Topic: Immigration Reform is coming soon

IV says there is a chance that HR392 will be discussed on 23 Mar (Omnibus spending bill).

What do you think is the possibility that this happens?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Feb 2018
Topic: Immigration Reform is coming soon

Very soon, we will have stats like these:

Jan, 20XX

1) 20,000 parents sent their children back to India due to age max out limit.
2) 100 filers are dead without PD being current
3) 20 filers committed suicide due to depression after 15th H1B extension got denied

Feb, 20XX

......
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Feb 2018
Topic: Immigration Reform is coming soon


Hope dies last, but it will die eventually



Wow, that is a great line buddy! Totally love it.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Feb 2018
Topic: Immigration Reform is coming soon

Earlier this week, I was hopeful about HR392. It looks this dream is crashing. For once, just once, I thought something good might happen :(
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 11 Feb 2018
Topic: Join Client after Approved i140 - Experiences?

Hello,

My employer filed my GC in EB2 India category couple of months back. I am now thinking of joining my Client. My strategy is to wait for 6 months after my i140 approval. I understand that my client has to initiate the whole GC process again (and my PD will remain same).

I wanted to check with this group if anyone has done this? What has been your experience? I dont want to risk my H1B/LCA/PERM approval but I also want to get to the next level in my career - better location, job, salary etc.

Do you think it is safe to join your Client after approved i140? Any risks?
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 25 Jan 2018
Topic: Today's Stats from DOL

I agree. My PERM date is also in Dec 2017 and the status shows "Final Status". Obviously, it has not been reviewed as yet.
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 19 Jan 2018
Topic: Today's Stats from DOL

So, will this shutdown impact PERM processing? Does anyone know if it impacted in 2013?
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 10 Jan 2018
Topic: Today's Stats from DOL


Hi Folks

Quick question. I was going through the iCERT portal. Does the column Job Posting Date indicate the PERM submission/priority date?

I just want to know how to identify the date the PERM was submitted to Check the gap between the last approval date and my PERM date (Dec,17)



Bump.

Anyone with an answer?
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 10 Jan 2018
Topic: Today's Stats from DOL

Hi Folks

Quick question. I was going through the iCERT portal. Does the column Job Posting Date indicate the PERM submission/priority date?

I just want to know how to identify the date the PERM was submitted to Check the gap between the last approval date and my PERM date (Dec,17)
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 08 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

Firstly, if you are making a point, make it in a decent way otherwise don't comment.

You have not seen your family in 7 years? Is that all? My wife couldn't attend his brother's marriage due to last minute issues with VISA (no fault of ours). She even couldn't be besides her father when he was hospitalized for bypass surgery.

My father is going through kidney transplant in next few weeks and I hate the fact that I can't visit him.

Everyone's situation is different, unique in itself and equally painful. Someone would have gone through much worse than both of us. This is not my point. My point is the fact that I need to wait for 30 years to get GC.

I don't know how did you get to lobbying part. And, what do you mean by "stay happy with your GC". Didn't you understand my post? I am probably not going to get my GC in this lifetime. And, please, show a little decency while responding to people.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 08 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

I have gone through most of the posts here and a lot of them make sense. Let me put my 2 cents. My PERM has been filed recently in EB2 India category and I have no expectations to get my GC before 30 years.

Here is my take. I am speaking from a point of view of a hard working person (nationality doesn't really matter) who got an opportunity to come to USA on H1B 5 years back. Let me assure you, I didn't get this opportunity because my Manager offered me one on a coffee table. I had to earn it. I had worked my a** off in the same industry for 5 years before coming to USA often putting more than the required hours (plenty of times at the cost of my family). I had to compete against a lot of folks (equally talented) to get this opportunity. Could I have stayed in India to have a successful life? Sure. Why didn't I do it? For starters, I wanted to broaden up my horizon, get the experience to work first hand with clients and experience culture of a new country.

So, my employer filed my H1B (which I think I deserved but I won't brag about it). Do you think I had a say in the wage level assigned to me? No. Do you think I had a say in the salary I receive? No. Do you think any employer would file your PERM immediately you land in USA? Probably not.

So, let's assume the minimum salary is $150K. Would I have been sponsored by my employer? Maybe, maybe not. It is hard for me to say anything for certain but considering my skill set that is required to run the Project and my overall contribution to the Project, it might have happened.

Fast forward to 2017, my employer files my PERM in EB2 category. I might be eligible for EB1 but my employer doesn't abuse the system. I get what I deserve ethically and by law. This is the bottom line.

So, here is my take - I need to wait 30 years for my Green Card. For the sake of this post, I don't care which Country you are from, I don't care about your VISA type, I don't care about your PERM category but tell me, is it justified for me to wait for 30 years? What do you think is my fault if almost all the parameters that went into the decision to get me to where I am right now were out of my control?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Jan 2018
Topic: Moving to Canada/UK ?

Thank you for your thoughts guys!

I know it comes down to personal preference. I really like to idea of "stability" in Canada from VISA/PR perspective. I am so used to USA culture and lifestyle but I really hate the fact that I will be in a constant fear of HIB VISA if I stay in USA.

I really wish immigration process gets better in future.

My other though is the Project itself. At my client, we don't really get Projects for a longer duration. We need to extend the contract every 6 months. This makes the matters worse because I go through the same fear all the time.

I am amazed how some of you have managed to stay here for over 15 years waiting for GC. Maybe your work/project structure is different from my employer/client but I am sure it wouldn't have been less easier for you.

At the end, I might chose "stability" but that would not be an easy decision.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Jan 2018
Topic: Moving to Canada/UK ?

Hello,

My PERM has been filed in EB2 India category last month and I have realized that I won't get GC before 20 years.

I am sure there are several people like me especially the ones with PD > 2012. Did you guys think about moving to Canada or UK instead? I am trying to find motivation to stay here for next 20 years but the level of uncertainty is overwhelming.

How are you guys able to stick here for so long? And, specifically, why did you not decide to move to UK or Canada? I am sure a lot of you are part of big companies that have offices in other Countries.
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 27 Dec 2017
Topic: Dec 2017 Perm Cases

PERM filed today 12/27.

Any idea on expected certification date? I am thinking Apr - May 2018?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Dec 2017
Topic: EB 2 India Priority Date - Decade Wait?

That is a good suggestion.

In fact, I am now focusing on shaping my career that includes higher education. I will also look for better opportunity once I secure my approval on i140. My employer is very good although I won't mind getting a push in my salary :)
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Dec 2017
Topic: EB 2 India Priority Date - Decade Wait?

I hope they are. There is no point of a Merit system if it favors any particular category. It will be interesting to see how it considers existing applications (folks who have waited for several years).
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Dec 2017
Topic: EB 2 India Priority Date - Decade Wait?

That makes sense. Thanks for the response.

Well, I kind of knew that I am going in for a long wait but I am glad neither me or my employer abused the VISA system to get any benefit. I should probably buy bottle of Jack Daniels and enjoy life as it comes.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Dec 2017
Topic: EB 2 India Priority Date - Decade Wait?

Reading these posts here, I have a question.

In 3-5 years, I might be in a very senior managerial/executive position. If I get a job offer from a different employer (assuming I am eligible legally and ethically), can I file in EB1 via the new employer?

Will this impact my EB2 PERM?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Dec 2017
Topic: EB 2 India Priority Date - Decade Wait?

I wish there was a more realistic way of determining when an application will get current (based on some algorithm on increase of applications per year, country quota etc.)

If I wasn't married, I would have gone back to India and entered US (after few years) at Executive/Managerial level to take my chances with EB1 :)
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