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Member Profile: despo4GC (8 posts)

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Hello, I'm despo4GC (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 12 Dec 2017
I have been a member since 10 Mar 2017
I have added 8 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 02 Jun 2017
despo4GC's Immigration Cases
 
I-140 case: Approved in 451 days (277 days more than average)   (1 comment)
User: despo4GC Nationality: India
Applicant Type:primaryService Center:Nebraska
Category:EB1CPriority Date:11 Mar 2016
Application Filed:07 Mar 2016USCIS Received Date:11 Mar 2016
USCIS Notice Date:11 Mar 2016USCIS Receipt Number:LIN1690513XXX
I-140/485 Filing:non-concurrentProcessing Type:regular
RFE Received?:noRFE Received Date:
Reason for RFE:RFE Replied Date:
Application Status:approvedApproval/Denial Date:01 Jun 2017
Total Processing Time:451 daysMost Recent LUD:
Days Elapsed:
Case Added to Tracker: 10 Mar 2017 Last Updated: 02 Jun 2017
Notes:
despo4GC's Posts
Posted in I-140 Forum on 02 Jun 2017
Topic: EB1C - Nebraska Service Center

Hi Pogoi,

The date for applying for I485 for EB1C India is current so you can apply. The approvals will happen only after 10/01.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 02 Jun 2017
Topic: EB1C - Nebraska Service Center

Thanks guys.
My I140 got approved yesterday after more than 450 days (Got the message today morning).

PD: 03/11/2016
RD: 033/11/2016
Non Concurrent

SR raised: 05/24/2017
Approved: 06/01/2017

No RFE or "Name was updated" status.

From my experience, raising SR does not have any impact on approval or RFE so if it helps you do not hesitate in raising SR.

Best of the luck for guys still waiting for approval. Hang in tight, your time will come soon.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 Mar 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

You can refer to the summary of legislative process I have given above.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 16 Mar 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

The legislative process is not that simple.
Even if the bill has 400 cosponsors, the house leadership will have to take a decision on bringing the bill for a vote.

If house leadership does not want to bring the bill for vote then it can only be forced on the floor for voting by signed petition from two third house members. Even if a member is cosponsoring the bill he/she may not be willing to go against the house leaderships and attach his/her name to a petition to force a bill against wishes of leadership.

If leadership agrees to bring the bill for vote, it will go to different committees and subcommittees which have any jurisdiction over this bill. That will include, commerce, immigration, ways and means, foreign relations, rule making and such. Once the bill is through all these committees only then full house will vote for it.

Even after it passes through the house it is very unlikely that senate will take the bill as it is.
Normally on any issue, both house and senate advance their own version of bills which if passed by both chambers are taken through a reconciliation committee to be merged into single bill and then that new bill is passed again by both house and senate. After that the bill needs to be signed by president into the law to become an Act of congress.

In senate the original bill again will have to be passed through different committees and sub committees and will need 60 votes to break cloture before it can be passed by a simple majority.

If it passes the reconciled bill will need only 51 votes in senate though.

So the road is long and arduous. Number of cosponsors on house ill is encouraging but a major hurdle will be passed if some senators start a sister bill in senate and get bipartisan support in that chamber as it can not even come for a vote without support of at least 8 democrats assuming all the republicans in that chamber support it.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Mar 2017
Topic: WSJ Study H1b reduced wages for US employees

In your opening message you mentioned 1.5 times of minimum wages.
All I have done is to show you what will be the impact of that policy. Now you are mentioning prevailing wages, which is not defined by act of congress so can not be used in any new statute (If you understand what is the meaning of act of congress and new statute).

If prevailing wages are 4 times of minimum wages (For argument sake) then any new statute will have to be worded "more than 6 times of minimum wages (That is 1,5 times of 4 times)".
You need to understand meaning of legal terms and prevailing terms. Both are not same and can not be used in interchangeably. Unless mentioned otherwise, minimum wage will be understood to be federal minimum wage as defined by act of congress which is $7.5 per hour.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Mar 2017
Topic: WSJ Study H1b reduced wages for US employees

You need to understand legal meaning of minimum wages.
For legal process there is only one federal minimum wage defined which is $7.5 per hour.

There may be industry standard minimum wages for different kind of jobs but there is only one legally binding federal minimum wage.
If some one is ready to do job of application developer for a wage of $7.5 per hour and employer offers the job at that wage, there is no law from stopping them.

For any statute the word minimum wage will mean legally defined federal minimum wage of $7.5 per hour (Defined by a law by congress).

If you think legally binding federal minimum for different job types are different, can you please tell me which law of congress defines those (Names of acts defining those minimum wages and their values)?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Mar 2017
Topic: WSJ Study H1b reduced wages for US employees

That is what I am saying:

Min wages in US $7.5/hour
Number of hours in a week: 40
Number of weeks in a year: 52
Total number of hours in a year: 40X52= 2080
Minimum wages for a year = 2080X7.5 = $15600
150% of minimum wages for a year = 15600 X150/100 = $23400

H1B minimum wages (Annual) = $60000 which is greater by $36600 than your recommended limit.

Your imaginary estimate of US minimum wage is way high. US minimum wage is below poverty wage.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Mar 2017
Topic: WSJ Study H1b reduced wages for US employees

Did you pass your arithmetic tests????

1.5 times of minimum wages assuming no vacation or paid time off will be an annual salary of $23400 which way below current H1B minimum wages.
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