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Member Profile: ffokcuf (2 posts)

Hello, I'm ffokcuf (report this user)
I am from Zimbabwe
I last logged in on 24 Mar 2017
I have been a member since 24 Feb 2016
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I added my last post on 03 Feb 2017
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Feb 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act


Man, it's amazing how people get their thoughts into knots

Your reasoning: Per country cap removal has - [a] no gain for USA and [b] Indians generally suck

A per country cap addresses neither of the issues you've raised -

[a] imagine a perfect country with a large number of highly skilled individuals looking to emigrate - country cap would prevent them and would be DETRIMENTAL to US

[b] if Indians really suck, why not reduce India cap to zero? Why penalize other deserving countries?

If you're trolling, carry on you've a knack for it. If you believe the crap you're drooling, best of luck with your life, you'll need it
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 24 Feb 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

Is this a valid comment? Has anybody looked into this? It'll be the worst possible thing if it stands!documentDetail;D=U...


Jennifer Rodriguez - "I strongly oppose the part of the proposed rule that would eliminate the longstanding requirement that USCIS timely adjudicate applications for employment authorization within 90 days of applying or provide an interim employment authorization document (EAD) for up to 240 days to certain applicants for immigration benefits. I take issue with your failure to alert the public of this significant change in the title of this rulemaking. Instead, the agency placed the elimination of the 90 day/interim EAD rule at the end of a very lengthy and detailed proposal"
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