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Member Profile: jaydoc (53 posts)

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Hello, I'm jaydoc (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in 1 hour ago
I have been a member since 15 Feb 2015
I have added 53 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 11 Jan 2018
jaydoc's Immigration Cases
 
PERM case: Approved in 190 days (45 days less than average)   (0 comments)
User: jaydoc Nationality: India
Priority Date:15 Jun 2015Category:EB2
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Reason for Audit:Audit Replied Date:
Application Status:approvedApproval/Denial Date:22 Dec 2015
Total Processing Time:190 daysDays Elapsed:
Case Added to Tracker: 24 Dec 2015 Last Updated: 24 Dec 2015
Notes: Company name starts with U
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 11 Jan 2018
Topic: Currently on EB-2, going for EB1B, what are my chances?

Thank you for the encouraging words. I have compiled a 10 page summary of each AAO decision analysis for the last 3 years, and I think I can overcome most of the reasons for which the USCIS denies an EB1B petition for not showing evidence of international recognition. I will be using VC's services for preparing my application. I have always made sure that all my threads are updated after I know the final results of my petitions and will do that this time as well.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 10 Jan 2018
Topic: Discussions in Today's WH Immigration Meeting

Thanks for pointing this out. I was trying to find the article but could not.

There are so many false beliefs surrounding immigration and this is one of them.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: Discussions in Today's WH Immigration Meeting

Anyone here from India on a H1 visa waiting for a GC is very likely to be well-salaried. Therefore they tend to vote republican but then don't because they also feel that the GOP is anti-immigrant. If the GOP decides to do something good about the long wait times, it is highly likely that most of them will be reilable GOP voters for quite some time. It is just that there is not enough of us and we are scattered throughout the US for our numbers to make a big difference.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Jan 2018
Topic: N0 HR392 in DACA Bill

Sources can be knowledgeable of discussions, but right now so many immigration uncertainties exist. If the givernment can claim a win on some aspects they will likely stop moving on others. Like always, have a plan B.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Jan 2018
Topic: Currently on EB-2, going for EB1B, what are my chances?

Some of my colleagues who got their applications approved with similar profiles are encouraging me to apply. They all say that for my research field this is pretty good to get EB1B. So did the Chen group who emailed me yesterday. I am going to go ahead. Will let this forum know how it went.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Jan 2018
Topic: Currently on EB-2, going for EB1B, what are my chances?

No idea what this is supposed to mean, but it was an interesting video. Thanks. Now I will wait for others that can be truly helpful.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 05 Jan 2018
Topic: Currently on EB-2, going for EB1B, what are my chances?

Yes. My employer will file a petition on my behalf. I do realize that my application is weaker compared to others. However, they are willing to file and I am going to take a shot at it.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 05 Jan 2018
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Is it? Or did it say that they were likely to place it in the public domain for review and comments in February?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 05 Jan 2018
Topic: Currently on EB-2, going for EB1B, what are my chances?

Hi all

I wanted to apply for EB1B at the end of this year, but with the current uncertainty about immigration decided to do it before March. I am a physician, but also engaged in research at the mid-tier university I work at. My credentials are

5 original research articles, 2 as first author. 1 review article as first author. 46 citations that are independent and not self-cited from this work. My field is narrow and not many work in my specialty or research area. My most recent article has already been described in an editorial and a published letter as a promising new approach for a difficult disease. It has also been picked up by online medical news websites (not major media outlets however). I also have written 2 book chapters and 1 chapter for a well-known healthcare website and received 2 awards from societies that are well-known, in my research area, but not otherwise. I have also reviewed others' work, but only 10 manuscripts (for 7 journals). I will be able to secure at least 5 strong letters and more if needed from international experts.

What are my chances of getting this application approved?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Jan 2018
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

When one news service is quoted by a 100 other news websites it usually leads to, like in this case, fear and hysteria. But its still does not make the rumor a fact. We will have to wait and see. As of now there is nothing on the horizon. If reputable attorneys and immigration experts claim that its is not that easy to revoke AC21 privileges I am personally inclined to believe them.

And our politicians back home probably know less than we do about this.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Aug 2017
Topic: Interviews for EB GC reinstated by DJT

What do you think will happen during the interview? Do you have any information that the rest of us don't? I don't mistrust the American legal system and immigration process that much yet to feel so skeptical about this yet.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Aug 2017
Topic: Interviews for EB GC reinstated by DJT


The report says the changes take effect October 1. Does this mean October 1 2017, or 2018? Does this also apply to EB2-NIW transitioning to green card? I really hope not, cos that's the category I'm in. I have pending I-140 that I filed to Nebraska December 2016 so I'm praying that either I get approved before October 1 or they meant October 1 2018. As to the earlier poster that said the interview is a mere formality, how naive can you be? Reinstatement of the interview requirement is part of Trump's "extreme vetting" implementation. Trump's whole push is about strongly vetting immigrants before they are granted green cards, so expect the interviews to be very BRUTAL.



Reinstating a rule that was previously being waived is not the worst thing in the world. As for the interviewbeing brutal i am pretty sure that those who have good credentials don't need to worry. This was a requirement 10 years ago and is becoming one again. I am applying for an EB-1 in October. My biggest problem is not the interview but the wait time there will probably be for the interview? Is it going to be "decades" like some are saying?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Aug 2017
Topic: Interviews for EB GC reinstated by DJT

So if the interview happens getting a green card is certainly denied? Why is the interview such a problem? Don't we have interviews for getting h1? And this interview is just a formality in most situations? It is something that should have happened even now but is just being waived?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Aug 2017
Topic: USCIS F2F interview required for all H1-B to GC conversions

According to the article this is stricter enforcement of a rule that is already in place but not usually applied. The interviews take place at a USCIS field office. There will be delays, but it's not like no one will get their green cards. They are saying there will be more training for officers and faster processing of interviews. Hope that will happen.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Aug 2017
Topic: How many points ? Merit based..

No. MD is awarded when we graduate from a medical school in the US. I believe the best physicians from non-US institutions can claim is a foreign professional degree which is 10 points, not 13. Being a physician-researcher, and also being married to a physician, I wish it was more points and also that this bill becomes law sooner than later. However both of these things are unlikely to happen. In the meantime I will be applying for EB-1 in the next 3 months and hoping that things work out.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Aug 2017
Topic: How many points ? Merit based..

Did your spouse go through medical school in the US? I ask because I am also an FMG with a US residency and fellowship. I thought that residencies and fellowships don't count as US professional degree.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 10 Jul 2017
Topic: EB1B Club

Hi there. Thanks for the reply. I do have some media publications in online websites about my work, but no major media outlets were involved. Also, I have peer reviewed for around 10 journals, but mostly only in the last year or so. I am hoping to get good letters based on my work in the last 3 years and also my mentors' recommendations. Hopefully, along with my university's support this should be all they need. I will give it a go and see what happens.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jul 2017
Topic: EB1B Club

hi all

I am an MD from India with 40 citations from 7 publications, and a permanent position as an assistant professor/researcher in a large university. Can I go for an EB-1B? Do I have a viable case? I have one grant that is intramural and can get strong letters from both US and international researchers.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 21 Nov 2016
Topic: The Trump card

While I agree with those sentiments, I don't think that looking out for oneself is indicative of apathy for the rest of the society.

Also, I expect that not a lot will change regarding legal immigration. We will see.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 20 Nov 2016
Topic: The Trump card

Hoping that physicians are considered important enough for employment based immigration and PR. That would help me personally! However I don't think the focus is going to be on H1Bs anytime soon. They have a much more pressing issue with illegal immigration that the new administration needs to deal with first.
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