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Member Profile: moonyla83 (12 posts)

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Hello, I'm moonyla83 (report this user)
I am from Italy
I last logged in 3 hours 48 minutes ago
I have been a member since 05 Sep 2014
I have added 12 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 18 Jan 2018
moonyla83's Immigration Cases
 
PERM case: Pending for 97 days (137 days less than average)   (0 comments)
User: moonyla83 Nationality: Italy
Priority Date:19 Oct 2017Category:EB2
Audit Received?:Audit Received Date:
Reason for Audit:Audit Replied Date:
Application Status:pendingApproval/Denial Date:
Total Processing Time:Days Elapsed:96 days
Case Added to Tracker: 10 Nov 2017 Last Updated: 10 Nov 2017
Notes:
moonyla83's Posts
Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 18 Jan 2018
Topic: Today's Stats from DOL

Resource I found online:

Office of Foreign Labor Certification (OFLC) employees, who fall under the umbrella of DOL, are considered non-essential and would be placed in furlough status during the government shutdown. OFLC would neither accept nor process any applications or related materials, including LCAs, applications for a prevailing wage determination, applications for temporary employment certification, PERM audit responses or applications for permanent employment certification (.e.g PERM applications). OFLC’s web site, including the iCERT Visa Portal System, would become static and unable to process any requests or allow authorized users to access their online accounts. Employers with concerns about these deadline-specific functions should consult an immigration attorney with questions about proper maintenance of status during these uncertain times.

POOR US :(
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

Thanks! I gave up that petition, now waiting on PERM from my current hospital. If I get RFE'd on this PERM, I will likely have to go home...
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

I totally agree with you on that, USCIS by now should have noticed their "activities". I wonder what interest they have in not curbing them already. Weird
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

See my above post in regards to my story. Just because ROW is current it does not mean that it is easy to get residency.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

The 7% rule might be perceived as unfair, but what if it was removed? The well-known "consulting" companies would pretty much have no limits anymore, and they would take all the GCs they could get, only for one specific demographic. That would mean "the end" for people from countries who do not have these kind of demographically targeted companies backing them up.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

I have no problem with people like you who deserve what they got and do not belong to the "cartel". I actually salute you and respect your hard work as much as the one of my friends.

What I am definitely against though is the outsources, who are IMO the cause of why many "regular" companies do not even considering interviewing nor offering a job to a person who would need H1B sponsorship. They are also the main "factories" of GC... Most PERMs are from the same two companies.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

True, that is the only downside you guys have. But us... most of us do not even get the chance to start the process, aka getting an initial H1B. That is the other side of the coin IMO.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

Agreed. I got an RFE on my first I-140, that was a PNIW supposed to take a very short time. Morale of the story is that the I-140 that was filed in MAY 2016 was approved in NOV 2017. Useless, as I had to leave the hospital I was working at due to a horrible working situation. Btw, I HAD to apply through PNIW because the hospital I was working at refused to go through PERM as they did not want to pay for the costs and the hassle of the recruiting.

So now I have applied again, PERM this time, hoping it will go through before my H1B extension expires and I actually have to leave the country (and I cannot work remotely like people in other jobs do, so I will flat out lose all my career).

Who said ROW gets it easier?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

I do not agree with the fact that any ROW person who applies for H1B gets a GC with a snap. I have been in this country working on H1B since july 1st, 2011, and still no green card. And I am at my second time applying. So no, we do not have it as easy as you think, at least not all of us.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jan 2018
Topic: EB ROW injustice

Response to point 1: This is actually not entirely true. And I will explain you why. A lot of ROW people like some of my friends (not I, because I was cap exempt being in healthcare) could not even find a job that wanted to sponsor their H1B visas. We do not have "strange" companies that are targeting only H1B and GCs.

Most of these people who WANTED to apply for an H1B visa, and I am talking attorneys, engineers, finance specialists, got all the doors shut in their face and had to return home because of how hard it is to find a company that will sponsor H1B for them. So no, it is not that we do not want to file/apply. It is just that we do not have the "advantages" from companies that "specialize" in providing H1B and GCs, simply because they only hire certain demographics.

Feel free to attack me, as I know you will.
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 17 Nov 2017
Topic: August 2017 PERM cases

Thanks!!! I was really hoping they would go by date of creation of the case... But I really appreciate the clarification!!!
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 17 Nov 2017
Topic: August 2017 PERM cases

I have a question, hoping you guys can help: I have an August number (A-17223- so Aug 11th) but the receipt dates Oct. 19th. Will my application most likely be looked at in the August batch or in the October batch?

Moreover (a little OT) does anyone know how long an I485 takes to be approved for people with current PD who do concurrent filing? Thanks in advance, I am an immigration noob!!!
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