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See you after 152 years Jun 10
Replying to @AndeyTheRxn @USCIS
Yeah - I am waiting for 13 years… isn’t it too early to get impatient? We are told it might take 152 years for people applying after 2017.
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Sparta0417 May 10
Questioning my life decisions, for going to america for studying Masters in Computer science, from good school and paying hefty fee. While coming to and , I didnt know my degree will be useless, being treated as criminal was not my dream
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Waiting in the backlog is not a skill Feb 18
We need to and help those poor folks stuck there! Let's introduce 5% per country cap, which will ensure that more Indian people are getting GCs, than new Indians are getting . In a few years their backlog will drain! This will be good for everyone
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Star007 Jan 8
legalHSKpanda RT NishaIlangovan: RepMarkTakano HouseDemocrats We need immigration reform to be taken up. Please look into the decades long wait for green card
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Divs Feb 23
I am 9 yrs in US, raising 2 kids,. Please don't snatch our basic right to work and support our family. What will I tell my kids, what kind of injustice is this ?? ...
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Anirban May 6
He came to the US 17 years ago and helped expose VW's diesel fraud. He returned to India as he was still on work visa when let go. If he was born in any other country, he would have received PR by now. How is this fair?
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Swati Mittal Apr 8
is my . I teach to kids through Robotics. holder, want to keep going
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Anirban May 7
Visa woes for Indian doctors near breaking point. Most of these doctors serve in rural America where doctors are scarce. Their only fault - born in a certain country.
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Jignesh Bhojani May 15
The Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act is a bipartisan effort to make our legal immigration process more fair and efficient. Learn more.
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Nimesh Patel Jan 11
Thanks a lot for considering US graduates now on H1-B working and Paying taxes for last 12-15 years but are still stuck in employment based GC backlog of decades.
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Swati Mittal Mar 1
Teaching my daughter about great women in history, want to b a strong 💪 role model for her. Fighting for my teacher owner on
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Ramamurthy V Jun 3
Anyone has any idea till when we can floor these 2 bills, before both the houses sessions are over for the current fiscal? , , ,
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Star007 Jan 8
legalHSKpanda RT ManikAlien: JessicaV_CIS MyInfo85948461 FrescoLeon It does not say whether these companies are lobbying against or for HR392. JessicaV_CIS
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Nagaraj May 20
Replying to @Noahpinion @SIIA_US
Well,America still following 50years old immigration rule with no reform and failing to bring the fairness Bill for voting which has qualified more than once. Support by ending discrimination by country of birth and allow GC first come basis.
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Ram Feb 6
please include the hearings on ending the GCbacklog for 300k+ families who have been here for more than decade
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GCSeeker Mar 26
A path to stability, a path to pursue happiness. We want a simple solution, end per country cap . . The time is now!
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Nimesh Patel Jan 19
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Can you please address employment based immigration and people from certain countries stuck in decades long wait for GC.
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Shashi V Jan 5
Please & RealDonaldTrump speakerryan SenateGOP SenateDoctors SenateDems dscc
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ABHI G Mar 25
Replying to @JimLangevin
First come first serve is always fair and logical. High skilled immigrants are working and serving our communities for more than 10 years and yet waiting for green cards, just coz they were born in highly populated country like India.
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Logical Thinker Mar 16
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