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Old 07-04-2007, 02:14 AM
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Default More On The Scandal: Approvals for PDs That Were Not Current in June!!

Saw this at (concurrent filing tracker)

http://www..com/discuss/140_485/9614841/
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I-140/I-485 case: Approved in 915 days (700 days more than average*)

User: aarun Labor Filing Date: 02 Jun 2004
Service Center: Nebraska Category: EB3
USCIS Receipt Date: 29 Dec 2004 USCIS Notice Date: 11 Jan 2005
I-140 Processing: regular I-140 Approval Date: 25 May 2005
Fingerprinting Date 1: 10 Feb 2005 Fingerprinting Date 2: 15 Aug 2006
RFE: no RFE Reply Date:
I-485 Status: approved I-485 Approval Date: 02 Jul 2007
Name Check Status: not sure Name Check Approval/Denial Date: N/A
Card Ordered Date: 02 Jul 2007 Card Received Date:
EAD Approval Date: 25 Sep 2006 AP Approval Date: 25 Sep 2006
Nationality: India Last Updated: 02 Jul 2007 9:01pm PST
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BTW, this is not a typo, the user aarun clearly states in the reply to comments that these details are correct.

Total anarchy!! How can this happen? EB3, June 2, 2004 was not current in June 2007!

It struck me that all these years we have taken USCIS' word on the idea that they issue green cards by PD -- they don't release any statistics on greencards issued by PD and country, so we have no idea if they do this all the time, issue green cards any which way they like!

I should add that I feel no animus against aarun, he/she is just like any one of us stuck in this lightless, informationless black box of a process, good that he/she got lucky. This incident is tremendously informative for the rest of us cos it tells us how logic free and lawless the process really is.
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Old 07-04-2007, 04:38 PM
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Thumbs up Sheila Murthy mentioned few more cases in the conf call today

Attorney Murthy referred to few cases (I think she said 3) that went thru her law firm, which got approved on the last week of June and also on July 2nd. She said both her client (who were pleasently surprised, good for them) and the law firm were surprised as the dates were not current in June and also not in July due to revised VB.

She mentioned it in the context of lot of crazy things that is happening in USCIS and questioned the 60,000 cases that are being claimed to have been approved in under a month. All these bizarre happenings would get questioned and hopefully explained in the litigation.

Join the litigation was the big message in the conference call today.

Good Luck.
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Old 07-04-2007, 04:47 PM
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Good finding...

Please post this on http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/sh...t=5994&page=21
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Old 07-04-2007, 04:59 PM
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This is a clear indication of they used the numbers illegaly. There is no way these errors will be accepted by court as a reason to revise the july bulletin.
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Old 07-04-2007, 05:00 PM
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Another possible example here: I heard a case where one labor led to TWO green cards. My understanding this is not possible and might have happened because of the rush USCIS was approving cases.

A friend of mine got 485 approval on June 29th. He was not expecting it to be approved for a specific reason: his company applied his GC using a pre-approved labor. The original labor was with a differnet person who left the company after his 485 was pending for six months (during retrogession time). That person later joined a company and eventually got his 485 approved. Meanwhile the company applied for the I140 withdrawal and simultaneously went ahead applying for I140 and 485 for my friend (he played along since nothing worse going to happen to anyone; and he had a complicated visa situation). They were not hopeful of approval but suddenly they saw the approval on June 29th.

Who knows how many more irregularities happened there during last two weeks.
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Old 07-04-2007, 05:38 PM
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There's definitely something fishy about the way these events took a sudden turn. It's all surfacing now. USCIS certainly needs to have transparency in the way they performs their duties. This is entirely unacceptable.
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Old 07-04-2007, 05:40 PM
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Originally Posted by nk2006
Another possible example here: I heard a case where one labor led to TWO green cards. My understanding this is not possible and might have happened because of the rush USCIS was approving cases.

A friend of mine got 485 approval on June 29th. He was not expecting it to be approved for a specific reason: his company applied his GC using a pre-approved labor. The original labor was with a differnet person who left the company after his 485 was pending for six months (during retrogession time). That person later joined a company and eventually got his 485 approved. Meanwhile the company applied for the I140 withdrawal and simultaneously went ahead applying for I140 and 485 for my friend (he played along since nothing worse going to happen to anyone; and he had a complicated visa situation). They were not hopeful of approval but suddenly they saw the approval on June 29th.

Who knows how many more irregularities happened there during last two weeks.
There is nothing wrong in people getting approvals on july 2nd or for that matter entire this week or this month.. That is because, eventhough people get approval notice e-mails as july 2nd or any date after that, the actual approval happened 2-3 weeks before..

For example, for most of NSC approval in june 18th week, people have indicated that there Green card physical copy showed approval as June 4th. They got approval notice, and actual green cards starting only in June 3rd week. There has been flood of approvals, at least in NSC region.. Just ask any last month GC approved person, to tell what is the date for "Resident Since" on the green card..
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Old 07-04-2007, 06:08 PM
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There is nothing wrong in people getting approvals on july 2nd or for that matter entire this week or this month.. That is because, eventhough people get approval notice e-mails as july 2nd or any date after that, the actual approval happened 2-3 weeks before..

For example, for most of NSC approval in june 18th week, people have indicated that there Green card physical copy showed approval as June 4th. They got approval notice, and actual green cards starting only in June 3rd week. There has been flood of approvals, at least in NSC region.. Just ask any last month GC approved person, to tell what is the date for "Resident Since" on the green card..
The real issue here is that people with priority date later than that was in June bulletin were approved. If the July bulleting never became applicable, how were the non-current PD apps approved??
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