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shimul99 10-25-2007 05:54 PM

No vkkkk, I'm not playing. What some people are saying is logic and what i'm saying is the fact. You seems new in this form. But i think most of the people here are serious and try share their sufferings, free help from freinds (virtual).

Anyway, My lawyer used the PERM. right after i received my Labor (may 2006) I had to renew my H1b which took 6 months (regular processing). After i received my renewal I sent my I-140 application. I didn't even bother to use the premium processing for my i140 because the i485 was not current that time, instead it way way back as a EB3. anyway, you know the rest of the story.....



Quote:

Originally Posted by vkkkk (Post 188478)
You signature shows like

Labor approved May 06
I-140 Applied Feb 8, 2007 (Approved Sep 18, 2007)
I-485 Applied Jun 29,2007...Received Receipt on July 31, 2007
Status - Pending


but how it is possible
I-140 Applied Feb 8, 2007 (Approved Sep 18, 2007).
currently 140 processing dates around Nov/dec-06.

Are you trying to play with people feelings?


praveenat11 10-25-2007 05:56 PM

Green Card
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by singhsa3 (Post 188689)
Sure, the next step is
" All lines in this route are busy , please dial after sometime"


Can u say clearly what is ur opinion...?

mhtanim 10-25-2007 06:08 PM

Online Status?
 
Shimul: so did you finally get to see your I-485 status as "Approved" at USCIS's website?

Please inform us when you receive your green card in mail.

bestia 10-25-2007 06:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by franklin (Post 187988)
....
EB3 ROW PD is back to 2002, as mentioned in this thread, however this case (like my own) highlights that you don't have to have PD current at time of GC approval. What makes this extra surprising is that this is a JULY filer (I was June).
...

wait, Franklin,

1. Did you get already your GC approved?

2. I think you DO need PD to be current for GC approval. In best case scenario, GC could be approved in matter of 10-15 days, so for July filers there were some GC numbers available, and few lucky ones got their approvals. This is how I see it... please correct me if I'm wrong.

3. It would be interesting if shimul99 would share with us as when exactly his status was adjudicated. I've read somewhere that there are cases, that people got their GCs approved by mistake and lawyers suggested to inform CIS and return the GC. These people were then having their statuses adjudicated when their PDs were becoming current.

BharatPremi 10-25-2007 06:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shimul99 (Post 188718)
I have nothing more to say guys. what some people are saying is logic and what i'm saying is the fact.

Anyway, My lawyer used the PERM. right after i received my Labor I had to renew my H1b which took 6 months (regular processing). After i received my renewal I sent my I-140 application. I didn't even bother to use the premium processing for my i140 because the i485 was not current that time, instead it way way back as a EB3. anyway, you know the rest of the story.....

Yep, that makes sense. Now only puzzle remained is USCIS approved your case during 10/19-20/07 and EB3-ROW is not current but hey it is USCIS.Anyway, buddy, Congrats and please keep us visiting.:)

leo2606 10-25-2007 11:56 PM

are you serious?
 
Are you serious lawyers suggesting to return GC?


Quote:

Originally Posted by bestia (Post 188749)
wait, Franklin,

1. Did you get already your GC approved?

2. I think you DO need PD to be current for GC approval. In best case scenario, GC could be approved in matter of 10-15 days, so for July filers there were some GC numbers available, and few lucky ones got their approvals. This is how I see it... please correct me if I'm wrong.

3. It would be interesting if shimul99 would share with us as when exactly his status was adjudicated. I've read somewhere that there are cases, that people got their GCs approved by mistake and lawyers suggested to inform CIS and return the GC. These people were then having their statuses adjudicated when their PDs were becoming current.


mhtanim 10-26-2007 12:11 AM

Lawyer returned GC
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by leo2606 (Post 188863)
Are you serious lawyers suggesting to return GC?

I think there was one case that I saw at Murthy web site where the guy went backhome and got married. Came back and found that his green card was approved while he was in his home country and before the wedding took place. Interesting part was that his PD was not current at that time. Because of the situation, he couldn't bring in his wife in H4 anymore.

The lawyer recommended him to return his GC as it was mistakenly issued by USCIS. Lawyer had to deal with USCIS and returned the GC.

ramaonline 10-26-2007 01:12 AM

According to the regulations, USCIS errors cannot be considered as valid immigration benefits. Ask your attny to confirm if the approval is not in error and decide what to do next

bsbawa10 10-26-2007 04:52 AM

Yes, it is one of those random lotteries with some sequence in it :-)

vkkkk 10-26-2007 10:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shimul99 (Post 188720)
No vkkkk, I'm not playing. What some people are saying is logic and what i'm saying is the fact. You seems new in this form. But i think most of the people here are serious and try share their sufferings, free help from freinds (virtual).

Anyway, My lawyer used the PERM. right after i received my Labor (may 2006) I had to renew my H1b which took 6 months (regular processing). After i received my renewal I sent my I-140 application. I didn't even bother to use the premium processing for my i140 because the i485 was not current that time, instead it way way back as a EB3. anyway, you know the rest of the story.....

I am sorry and i am taking back comments.
My hearty congratulations, take a break and enjoy few days.

shimul99 10-26-2007 05:40 PM

I'm sorry too man. I wish all of us go through this tough time. I know how are you feeling...i really do. But don't worry time will resolve everything.

Quote:

Originally Posted by vkkkk (Post 188931)
I am sorry and i am taking back comments.
My hearty congratulations, take a break and enjoy few days.


netappgc 10-26-2007 06:30 PM

Good Jobs Guys
 
I am happy to see both guys comments i.e shimul99 & vkkkk

These statement gives some possitive streanth....as all of us are going some phase...

May we hear the some good news before end of December 2007

:)

leo2606 10-26-2007 07:54 PM

Correct, there are problems with the online status with TSC.
My AP status say pending since 10/04/2007, I got my AP documents from attorney this afternoon.Still the status says pending.

Quote:

Originally Posted by loudobbs (Post 188081)
I ve heard of problems with online status with TSC.

may be TSC is updating statuses weekly or something....


anil_gc 10-27-2007 09:29 AM

TSC online update
 
I also think TSC online update is out of sync, I received my AP without any update

mrane1 10-27-2007 11:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by anil_gc (Post 189356)
I also think TSC online update is out of sync, I received my AP without any update

Happens all the time! Its not just limited to TSC... online update works 70% of the times at best!


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