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Member Profile: sumitsingh83 (14 posts)

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Hello, I'm sumitsingh83 (report this user)
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I last logged in on 25 Dec 2017
I have been a member since 21 Feb 2017
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I added my last post on 26 Dec 2017
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Dec 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

I second that. In my calculation, i went for the worst case scenario and came up with that 600K number. Realistically it would be less than that, how less no one really knows.

Also based on DOL data, I am not aware of a way by which one can dissect the data b/w EB2 and EB3.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 25 Dec 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

I did a similar calculation from LC data with a family multiplication factor of 2.1 and came to a conclusion that as of end of 2016, there are roughly 600k people(including family members) waiting in GC queue in EB2 and EB3.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Nov 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Your view seems very realistic to me
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 01 Nov 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Thats not my story. Thats what ksrfi wrote to SriKrishna1985, regarding going to other country if PD is after 2015 and kids born outside US, and i wanted to take his opinion on what of the kid is born here in US, but PD is after 2015
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 01 Nov 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

This one:

"To SriKrishna1985

I agree with you, I don't know what goes into the minds of these folks, given the current circumstances they can't see the light in their lifetime unless something great happens. I have a nephew who did his masters from a top 50 college, he got a job with a decent pay in BayArea, I kept on telling him to either enroll for a PhD or plan to migrate to another country. He keeps saying that he will go back in 3 years, but it is impossible to go back after 3 years given his circumstances.

If you are in early or mid 30s and priority dates are like 2015, 2017 and if your kids are not born here, please don't stay here. I am saying it whole heartedly and not to discourage any of you.

My own case, I came here when I was 29 for 1 year and never intended to stay for good, but company circumstances, recession lead me to stay here as I am a single bread winner. Didn't bother to apply for GC as never thought of permanently staying here. Now I am 42 with my kids in teens and the only land they know is this country with my PD as late as Feb 2013. I visited India only once from 2010 to till date due to the fear of stamping, change in employment etc etc. It is such a pain. My kids hardly know their cousins, play with them or spend time with them. Don't do that mistake guys, if your priority date is 2015 to 2017 as I said above if you are in your 30s, just find an alternative before your kids grow bigger. Be it Canada, Australia, NZ go for it."
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 01 Nov 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Genuine Query: Would your advise still hold true if the kid is born here in the US and rest every parameter remains the same?
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 07 Jun 2017
Topic: Prevailing Wage Processing Time

Filed: 03/09/2017
Issued: 06/07/2017 (88 Days)
State: WA
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 06 Jun 2017
Topic: Prevailing Wage Processing Time

Thanks for the update.

Mine was filed on 9th March and it still shows in Progress. May be processing times vary by state ?
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 02 Jun 2017
Topic: Prevailing Wage Processing Time

Going by current processing times, around end of June.
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 02 Jun 2017
Topic: Prevailing Wage Processing Time

Did any one who requested the prevailing wage in March get a response yet ? Mine was filed on 9th March, do not see any movement yet. Hopefully some time soon.
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 28 Apr 2017
Topic: Prevailing Wage Processing Time

my understanding is that re-determination takes the same time.
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 27 Apr 2017
Topic: Prevailing Wage Processing Time

Congrats.. that's step 1 out of the way. Just curious if PW was inline with what you were expecting?
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 25 Apr 2017
Topic: Prevailing Wage Processing Time

You should be able to see it in your in-house internal job posting board, as they have to advertise there aswell
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Posted in Atlanta PERM Forum on 24 Apr 2017
Topic: Prevailing Wage Processing Time

Seems like average wait now is 80-85 days.

http://www.nafsa.org/Professional_Resources/Bro...
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