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    02-08 06:10 PM
    Philadelphia-area Congressman Patrick Murphy (D-PA) is coming under fire for supporting an anti-immigration resolution in the House. America's Voice has launched an online campaign to force Murphy to remove his name from the hardline resolution: America�s Voice announced today the beginning of an online advertising campaign to encourage Americans to contact Congressman Patrick Murphy (D-PA) and demand that he remove his name from controversial immigration resolution H.Res. 1026, the so-called �BRIDGE Resolution.� Murphy has come under fire from religious, progressive, and community leaders for joining with the virulently anti-immigrant Rep. Steve King (R-IA) to co-sponsor the resolution. The BRIDGE Resolution...

    More... (http://blogs.ilw.com/gregsiskind/2010/02/proimmigrant-groups-target-antiimmigrant-democrat.html)

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    Intraparty Feuds Dog Democrats, Stall Congress (http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB119750838630225395.html) By David Rogers | Wall Street Journal, Dec 13, 2007

    WASHINGTON -- Democrats took control of Congress last January promising a "new direction." A year later, the image that haunts them most is one symbolizing no direction at all: gridlock.

    Unfinished work is piling up -- legislation to aid borrowers affected by the housing mess, rescue millions of middle-class families from a big tax increase and put stricter gas-mileage limits on the auto industry. Two months into the new fiscal year, Democrats are still scrambling just to keep the government open.

    President Bush and Republicans are contributing to the impasse, but there's another factor: Intraparty squabbling between House Democrats and Senate Democrats is sometimes almost as fierce as the partisan battling.

    A fracas between Democrats this week over a proposed $522 billion spending package is the latest example. The spending would keep the government running through the current fiscal year, which ends Sept. 30, 2008, but it has opened party divisions over funding the Iraq war and lawmakers' home-state projects.

    After enjoying an early rise, Congress's approval ratings have fallen since the spring amid the rancor. In the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC poll, just 19% of respondents said they approved of the job Congress is doing, while 68% disapproved.

    Democrats are hoping to get a boost by enacting the tougher auto- mileage standards before Christmas, but other matters, such as a farm bill to continue government price supports, are likely to wait for the new year.

    Republicans suffered from the same House-Senate tensions in their 12 years of rule in Congress. But the situation is more acute now for Democrats, who must cope with both Mr. Bush's vetoes and the narrowest of margins in the Senate, leaving them vulnerable to Republican filibusters.

    Democrats in the House interpret the 2006 elections as a mandate for change. They are more antiwar and more willing to shed old ways -- such as "earmarks" for legislators' pet projects -- to confront the White House. Senate Democrats, by comparison, remain more tied to tradition and institutional rules that demand consensus before taking action.

    "The Senate and House are out of phase with one another," says Rep. Barney Frank, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. "There was a big change last year, a big change that affected the whole House and one-third of the Senate. That's the fundamental disconnect."

    Rather than move to the center after 2006, President Bush has moved right to shore up his conservative base. He has also adopted a confrontational veto strategy calculated to disrupt the new Congress and reduce its effectiveness in challenging him on Iraq.

    Just yesterday, the president issued his second veto of Democrat- backed legislation to expand government-provided health insurance for the children of working-class families. In his first six years as president, Mr. Bush issued only one veto. Since Democrats took over Congress, he has issued six vetoes, and threats of more hang over the budget talks now.

    For Democrats, teamwork is vital to challenging the president, and it's not always forthcoming. A comment by Charles Rangel, a New York Democrat who is chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, suggests the distant relationship between the two houses. "We have a constitutional responsibility to send legislation over there," said Rep. Rangel. "Quite frankly I don't give a damn what they feel."

    Adds Wisconsin Rep. David Obey, the chairman of the House Appropriations Committee: "I can tell you when bills will move and you can tell me when the Senate will sell us out."

    With 2008 an election year overseen by a lame-duck president, it's unlikely that Congress will be able to break out of its slump.

    Sometimes the disputes resemble play-acting. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) has quietly invited House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Cal.) to blame the Senate if it suits her purpose to explain the slow pace of legislation, according to a person close to Sen. Reid.

    At the same time, he can use her as his foil to fend off Republican demands in the Senate: "I can't control Speaker Pelosi," he said last week in debate on an energy bill. "She is a strong independent woman. She runs the House with an iron hand."

    Still, the interchamber differences have real consequences, as seen in the fight over the budget.

    Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Robert Byrd of West Virginia long argued against creating a big package that would combine all the main spending bills. He preferred to confront Mr. Bush with a series of targeted individual bills where he could gain some Republican support and maintain leverage over the president. But Mr. Byrd was undercut by his leadership's failure to allow more time for debate on the Senate floor. After Labor Day, the House began pressing for a single large package.

    The $522 billion proposed bill ultimately emerged from weeks of talks that included moderate Republicans. The bill cut $10.6 billion from earlier spending proposals, moving closer to Mr. Bush, while giving him new money he wanted for the State Department as well as a border-security initiative.

    No new money was provided specifically for Iraq but the bill gives the Pentagon an additional $31 billion for the war in Afghanistan and body armor for troops in the field. The goal was to provide enough money for Army accounts so its funding would be adequate into April, when a fuller debate could be held on the U.S.'s plans in Iraq.

    For Senate Democrats and Mr. Byrd, the effort was a gamble that a moderate center could be found to stand up to Mr. Bush. The more combative Mr. Obey, the House appropriations chairman, was never persuaded this could happen.

    After the White House announced its opposition over the weekend, Mr. Obey said Monday that the budget proposal was dead unless changes were made. The effect was to divide Democrats again, instead of putting up a united front against the White House's resistance.

    Mr. Obey suggested that lawmakers should be willing to strip out home-state projects, acceding to Mr. Bush's tight line on spending, if that's what it took to make a tough stand on Iraq.

    "I am perfectly willing to lose every dollar on the domestic side of the ledger in order to avoid giving them money for the war without conditions," Mr. Obey said. His suggestion met strong resistance from Senate Democrats. At a party luncheon, senators were almost comic in their anger, said one colleague who was present, loudly complaining of being reduced to being "puppets" or "slaves."

    On the Senate floor yesterday, Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn said Democrats were showing signs of "attention deficit disorder." Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, accused the new majority of being more interested in "finger pointing" and "headlines" than legislation. "It won't get bills signed into law," he said.

    While Ms. Pelosi had personally supported Mr. Obey's approach, she instructed the House committee to preserve the projects as it began a second round of spending reductions yesterday, cutting an additional $6.9 billion from the $522 billion package.

    The Senate committee's Democratic staff joined in the discussions by evening, but the White House denied reports that a deal had been reached at a spending ceiling above the president's initial request.

    If agreement is not reached by the end of next week, lawmakers may have to resort again to a yearlong funding resolution that effectively freezes most agencies at their current levels. This would be a repeat of the collapse of the budget process last year under Republican rule -- not the "new direction" Democrats had hoped for.

    Tied in Knots

    The House and Senate are struggling to complete several matters before they head home this month.

    Appropriations: Only the Pentagon budget is in place for the new fiscal year that began Oct. 1. The House and Senate are struggling to finish a bill covering the rest of the government.

    Farm bill: The Senate still hopes to complete its version of a farm bill but negotiations with the House will wait until next year.

    AMT relief: The House and Senate have passed legislation limiting the alternative minimum tax's hit on millions of middle-class taxpayers. But they differ about whether to offset the lost revenue.

    Medicare: Doctors are set to see a cut in Medicare payments in 2008, which lawmakers want to prevent. The House acted, but Senate hasn't yet.

    Housing: Several bills addressing the housing crisis have passed the House but are languishing in the Senate.

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  • krishna_brc
    06-25 12:44 PM
    Can some one file for H1 transfer when his/her H1 extension is pending?

    Also there is a RFE on H1 extension which the company is responding.
    Original H1 expired 2 months back but have a valid I-94 till december.
    Used AP to re-enter so I-94 has Parolee status.

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  • desitechie
    09-24 06:13 PM

    My 485 was filed during the Jul 07 fiasco. My 485 online status became " fingerprinting fee has not been received and case will resume only after we get....". We even got a letter from uscis in oct 07 about this.

    However we got a letter from USCIS again in Nov 07 that it was an error on their part and asked us to ignore the letter.

    However the online staus remain the same.

    Fingerprinting was done in sep 07, got couple of EAD's and AP's as well.

    I have travelled once in AP and no issues.

    Is there anybody else with the same situation?

    Should i call the customer service and enquire?

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  • thara
    03-08 10:29 PM
    I got labor cert approve on FEB10 and going to apply I-140 via preium process in Mar 15.
    My Laber cert was file on April 09 and I have been paid lower than prevailing wage since the company reduce working hour and aset of company is 0

    Year 2008
    W2 + Net income tax return of company reach required wage
    Year 2009
    W2 + ballance sheet reach required wage (but net income tax return for 2009 is not availble yet)
    Are they going to ask for 2009 net income tax return in March? if my company going to file tax extension this year and I also afraid that the net income in tax return may be lower than the number in balance sheet this year.
    Is it posible that My case would be get approve without any RFE?
    Thank you so much for your response i have been worried about my case for a while......
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    09-01 01:09 PM
    I am currently starting a language institute in California. I incorporated the organization 2 years ago, but I am starting it now. I want to hire a Brazilian national on an h2b visa to teach Portuguese but I am worried that as I am starting the business now and haven't generated income yet I won't be allowed to hire this teacher. Is this something I should worry about? Thank you for any help. I appreciate it.



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  • laddu0
    04-06 09:35 AM
    Hi Guys:

    My wife is out of country from October 2010. She was working on H1B. After birth of our son, she went to India for 6 month vacation. Will there be any issues if she re-enters US using H1B as she is having a job to continue with her employer.

    What are all the documents I need to take.

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  • sunny1000
    11-10 04:09 PM
    I think it should be "lawful permanent resident". Someone with experience can answer better since I don't even have my greencard yet...:-)


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    08-14 03:03 AM
    I am doing my second masters from a university with a valid i20. I have a CPT till the end of Aug 2008. I have a approval notice for H1B with start date of OCT 1 2008.

    I am planning to discontinue the course from Fall (Starts sep 1st) 2008. Because there is only one month gap between Fall Semester and H1b start, is it possible i stay in the US without taking any courses at the university. i do not mind not working if i have an option to stay back in US till oct 1st.

    i am trying to avoid a hefty fee for the whole semester, i need to fill the gap from SEP 1st 2008 to OCT 1st 2008


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  • gcdeena
    01-14 01:32 PM
    Just i have applied for AP through efile. From here what's the procedure? Do i need to send the support documentation? if so, what are all the documents i need to send? please through some light on this. also will i get another bio metrics appointment?

    with addition to above my questions, do i need to get stamped to maintain my H1 status? or will it be okay if enter thro' AP and working for my same employer to maintain my H1 status?

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  • ash27
    07-17 07:47 PM
    When I was on F1, I was able to get my EAD by going to USCIS office. Not sure if we can do the same thing after filing I-485


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  • ras
    07-01 06:27 PM
    Currently am on H1 with GC Sponsoring company. I have also filed my I 485 in July 07.

    I have got a contract project interview with a prominent company. But I was told that I have to be on W2. I am not clear what does that mean.

    Does it mean that I have to move over to EAD if I get the offer?

    Can I still work with the sponsoring company and be on w2 for the contract. I am not sure what is correct way of going with the offer. Can some one help me understand this?

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  • TheHulk
    11-30 08:16 PM

    My spouse was on H1, the applied for H4 which was approved but he start date was incorrect, so an I102 was applied to get the I-94 corrected , we got the dates incorrect again so the lawyer applied for correct of dates again (October 2010)

    In the mean time, we had a family emergency and my wife had to go to India , She went on a valid AdvanceParole. ( We have a pending 485 , so got an AP also)

    Today we received a mail from USCIS, asking her to attend an interview regarding this I-94 replacement.

    . She is not in US
    . She submitted all the I94 cards she had at the Aiport

    1. Will she have any problem coming back. She was always on Status. NO issues there
    2. Is there any way to postpone the interview ?
    3. Does it affect my I-485
    4. What is the best course of action

    Thanks and rgds


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  • Munna Bhai
    02-14 02:15 PM
    As of Feb 14th, House Judiciary Subcommittee holds an oversight hearing about the proposed immigration fee increase.

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    03-11 12:57 AM
    Below is my situation regarding the change of status. Could you please help on this

    My Wife Has entered US with H4 on April 16th 2006

    Her H1 Visa Approved for her on : Oct 1st 2007

    Worked on H1 with an Employer: May 2008 to Oct 2008

    Later: From Oct 2008 to Now -- NO PAYSTUBS

    Her employer advises her to cancel her H1 and change back to H4. Will there be any problem with this? And how do we go about it.

    Also to add to the problem, I have actually filed my H1Visa extension which expires on May 09 and got an RFE on the same. My Employer is responding to the same. Based on this case, How do I go about applying for my wifes change of status

    Would appreciate your help on this

    04-08 12:14 AM
    Does any one have recommendations for a good immigration attorney in San Diego?

    I want to start long time relationship for immigration issues as well as for my future company filings and issues. Please send me private messages as well.

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