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Member Profile: miracle11 (403 posts)

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Hello, I'm miracle11 (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 20 Apr 2018
I have been a member since 24 Oct 2017
I have added 403 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 18 Apr 2018
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 18 Apr 2018
Topic: TCS and CTS biggest beneficiaries of EB1C in fiscal year 2017

I have been saying that all along. People are so stupid to turn a blind eye to that just to collect some petty praise on this forum. They dont even know that these are the very people eating your visa day and night. There is no way in this world, CTS or TCS requires so many L1A , mostly bachelors, mostly from India. I hope people open their eye soon to this, already enough damage has been done.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 15 Apr 2018
Topic: June VB Predictions


Ace, I follow you for months dude, read all you meticulous posts, admire you, posted my first message with all respect for you blah blah.. you get my point i guess - i know what you have explained (probably a 1000 times before this that u are eb3, would liek eb2 cleared faster and this new interview mandate as a result of abuse reports ..xyz... blah blah)

although i am not someone posting frequently, today morning i read your message and agree - although there would be many who are not on trackitt so one cant hold the numbers just going by who is entering details in this forum but yes, when the dates come near they will visit here for leverage. as mentioned, I appreciate your meticulous maneuvering on the topic.

coming to the point, onsite managers managing freshers and juniors back home (clients deserve what they pay for..) and reporting to me here and getting my architecture and my know-how (eb3, yea!) to initiate designs and hover around until i bless them on every instance DO NOT qualify as EB1. Well, you throw the book at me (or for that reason assuming its uncle SAM) does not change the facts, although it might be tedious to interpret the pdf the case above DOES NOT qualify for EB1C (in the books or outside it). BTW, i loved one of your posts, and share your empathy - I dont get into fights, but its difficult to pull myself out if dragged into one.


I am looking for the EB1C abusers and entitled to report it.
Over and out buddy.. keep up your fab work for the community.






I have exchanged several posts with him about this. He is stubborn and wouldn't listen to you. He will keep throwing junk data at you and if you dont believe me then just wait and watch what he will reply to this post.

Bottom line is EB1C abuse is on it's peak. Look at the data https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/USCIS/...


These L1A petitions from 2016.. Those are the guys you see on the forums "EB1C managers". I even gave him other data, you can look at my previous posts.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 14 Apr 2018
Topic: fate of H4 EAD


Before his 2nd term you will see everything happen



There will be a pony tail coming out of you " before his 2nd term you will see everything happen". lol
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 13 Apr 2018
Topic: Total applications filed for H1b 2019 are 190,098


I did not realize that most applications are for Masters cap! I used to think it is the other way around



This is a backlog for 3 years. People who have been on OPT for 3 years are applying constantly. This can't be just for people graduated in 2017.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 10 Apr 2018
Topic: Skills Set Importance

"I think there is a requirement somewhere that your new job details cannot be substantially different (>50%) from current job for using existing 140 PD.
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You are right, my senior faced that problem, so I know you are right. It would be better if OP run it through Immigration lawyer. Trackitt suggestions can be mixed.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 10 Apr 2018
Topic: Regarding Degree evaluation process - How long it take

WES is reliable and good. Employer pay that for you btw. In my case they did it for bachelors.. masters was from US. My perm got approved in 2 months and I140 PP in 7 days for EB2. So I can confidently say that WES is legit.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Apr 2018
Topic: Urgent response to NOID-EB1B

How can I see "average cites per paper per year"? That would be useful.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 08 Apr 2018
Topic: Urgent response to NOID-EB1B

Let's take the rank 1 journal of every field to see average per year citations.

http://www.scimagojr.com/journalrank.php?ca...
H Index for EE in scimagojr is 492 (highest).
Total cites in 3 years: 16846 -->> 5615 Per year

http://www.scimagojr.com/journalrank.php?ca...
Computer Networks
H Index is 128
Total Cites in 3 years: 995 -->> 331 Per Year

http://www.scimagojr.com/journalrank.php?ca...
Computer Applications (Bio Informatics etc)
H index is 177
Total Cites in 3 years: 1984 -->>> 661 Per year

http://www.scimagojr.com/journalrank.php?ca...
Material science mostly, Electronic, Optical, and magnetic materials.
H index 216
Total cites in 3 years: 14342 --- > 4780 Per year

It seems that material science and Electronics field is heavily cited! Computer Networks in the least cited.

Thanks @ burtcocaine for pointing out this information.

Note: This reference is done by taking top journal of every field.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 08 Apr 2018
Topic: Eb1-A Regular vs Premium processing


Hi all,

We are in the process of filing for 140 and a dilemma we are in is whether to go for regular or PP. We were interested in going for PP but our attorney has advised against saying due to new administration etc the approval rates for Eb1A are declining. Any suggestions?
Brief Candidate profile:
Phd-3 yrs post doc
5 published papers
15+ International presentations
Reviewer of 5+ peer reviewed journals
Mentored 30+ grads/undergrads
$100k+ grants received




I believe your case is slam dunk! You go by PP or non PP, you will get approved. You have a very very good profile.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 07 Apr 2018
Topic: EB-1B contributions to company

I agree with you. That practice makes us wonder, what exactly they look for ? To be frank, this is highly unpredictable.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 06 Apr 2018
Topic: May VB prediction


what happened to AceMan1? I am missing his posts already...he hasn't posted since 28th March.



His posts were junk anyways.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Apr 2018
Topic: EB-1B contributions to company


i dont think so...i think you are of the understanding that having degree in one branch and working in a different business is a problem. It is not fully....let me explain

Apple hires lot of mechanical engineers who design iphone, ipad fixtures, packages, cabling, tooling etc...in fact Apple R&D is heavily staffed with mechanical engineers who do this work.....but to general public apple is an electronics company....most tech companies have different business units and need engineers with that specific subject matter expertise....

so if a mechanical engineer working at Apple has made amazing innovations and patents it should not matter that much...in this case it is exactly this...

My bigger worry is if EB-1B has a requirement one has to contribute significantly to the company...



Its not what I think, it is what IO thinks. He is making decision, not me. Based on the note what you wrote. This is what it looks like that he thought applicant did not contribute to the filing company.

About patents: Patents are generally looked down upon in research community as patents are seen selfish and tied to only one company to make money. Open source and papers are not. Now how IO looks at patents is unsaid and unsure. You may not have patents but you might have done research in some area to enhance company product.

"My bigger worry is if EB-1B has a requirement one has to contribute significantly to the company..."
-->>>That significant is subjective. If you can get a letter from Senior VP or VP saying that you did increase the revenue or did major contribution in some product who generates revenue then I think you are fine. Revenue is subjective so it may be applicable it may not be.

What I believe (personal opinion so might be wrong) they look for is the factor in your application to satisfy how valuable you are for company or research community. Some might be valuable with 3 citations and no patents. Some might not be with 100 citations and several patents. It is completely upto IO.

You personally are fine as per your profile. You shouldnt be worrying about that. Your field of study aligns with your job and I think the papers you have filed must be either used by company or their competitors.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Apr 2018
Topic: EB-1B contributions to company

"where officer challenged the beneficiary that his contributions to the field are presented but not to the company and one is expected to make design innovations for the company represnrting the beneficiary."

Based on that sentence, it seems like he has done contribution to the field but not to the company. It hints that these two fields are not related according to IO.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Apr 2018
Topic: EB-1B contributions to company

Looks like a case of having degree in one field and filing company business in another.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Apr 2018
Topic: EB1B approval after RFE

"Thanks for your input. one of my journals have a very good impact factor above 17 and rest all are above 5. I asked my lawyer to stress this point but not sure if she made a strong point in that case."
-->> I am 110% sure he did not do a good job. 17 Impact factor is awesome. It cant get better than that. 5 is also nice.

"Yes I am trying to review more journals and trying to be judge for some panels,at least a invitation letter for now as I don't have enough time. Even though I work for tech company my research in PhD was in the same field. "
---->>> I think your lawyer also failed to portray that.

"Any more tips are welcome. As far as lawyer is concerned, can i ask her to send me the document she filed to see how she presented the case? Even I think she did not present it very strong."
-->> Ditch that lawyer. Waste of resource.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Apr 2018
Topic: EB1B approval after RFE

I have been saying in this forum that we dont know what IO look for. We can't assume that he will spend 15-20 mins and just approve by certain checks and rules. They have their own mechanism and they follow it. You just proved my point.

Now on your case, if you ask my opinion (My personal opinion) then :

1. Having a degree in Chemical engineering and applying from tech company. I believe your lawyer did a poor job combining them together. This seems to me the primary reason.

2. Your journals might not have good impact factor. I think you should either have few good impact journals OR you should have a lot of journals (average or bad).

3. Your review list is super short. 4 is really a low number, the only way to back up that would be if you had some book chapters. I would suggest you to review more papers. Reach out to your PhD advisor and he can hook you up with some conferences and journals.

4. Citations wise you are fine. As a matter of fact if you have 90 citations with only four journals then it is sufficient. Only question remaining in this is are they independent?

5. Frankly patent is a touchy subject when it comes to EB1B. Often times patents are not seeing as research beneficiary to research community as this is tied to company. So to optimize that take a letter from your company stating that how your patent was useful. If it was converted into product which generated revenue then it is better, if this was covered by media then it is even better! I think your lawyer did a poor job in that field as well.

These are my points. Some may agree or some may not.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Apr 2018
Topic: EB1B approval after RFE

Do you have PhD? Do you work in research? Which field are you in? Then people can suggest you other things.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 05 Apr 2018
Topic: May VB prediction

I sincerely hope what you are saying is true.
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