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Analysis And Discussion Of White House Report

Discussion in 'General discussion about executive action' started by Ron Gotcher, Jul 15, 2015.

  1. Hitman

    Hitman New Member

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    I think you get a period of 30-60 days wherein you are not still in 'Unlawful Presence'. Once you cross that limit, you being your 'UP' and then in 'UP' if you stay here either 6 months or 1 yr you accrue 3 yrs or 10 yrs ban respectively.
     
  2. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    It is unlawful presence only if you remain beyond your I-94 expiration date. Otherwise it is unlawful status, which does not carry a bar.
     
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  3. mar212011

    mar212011 Well Regarded Member

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    But with a pending application with USCIS they could still stay its not unlawful right
     
  4. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    If someone files an extension or new petition before the employee's I-94 expires, then the employee is allowed to remain here lawfully while it is being processed.
     
  5. cuckoo

    cuckoo Super Moderator

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    Don't you think it will make it even easier for members of numbers usa and fair to get these contract jobs and wreck more havoc? Audit can only go so far....
     
  6. cuckoo

    cuckoo Super Moderator

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    Somehow, I doubt that. I think the uscis is this bad because nobody good wants to be there. I am sure the agency would have been much better with you in it. But then you are a force for the good and making a difference where you are, and being your own boss, which beats the crap out of being employed by a govt. Organization.
     
  7. smartboy

    smartboy Senior Member

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    looks like congress will use the congressional review act after a long time on this rule. (and eventually WH veto-ing it). yet, will be fun to watch..

    http://thehill.com/regulation/admin...e-path-back-to-us-for-some-illegal-immigrants

    last time CRA was used was in 2001 - http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-bl...onal-review-act-rarely-used-and-almost-always
     
  8. Kamakazee

    Kamakazee Super Moderator

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    Can someone post the link of this rule as posted in the FR? I would like to see the comments posted for this rule.
     
  9. Aarun

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    Was the rule opened for comments? When? Is it i-140 EAD rule?
     
  10. Kamakazee

    Kamakazee Super Moderator

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    No, its not the I-140 EAD rule. This is another one - I think it is 1615-AC03.
     
  11. Aarun

    Aarun Member

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    Does it have any impact for us? If yes, what is that?
     
  12. smartboy

    smartboy Senior Member

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    interestingly, AC03 is already published in federal register but the OMB site (reginfo) still shows it as NPRM. I thought the status had to be changed in reginfo site?
     
  13. WhatSheSaid

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    I think this is the one

    https://federalregister.gov/a/2015-17794
     
  14. WhatSheSaid

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  15. Kamakazee

    Kamakazee Super Moderator

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    It is not showing anymore on the OMB website. It is only after OMB approved the proposed rule that it is now on the FR opened for comments. The new Fall Agenda will have the updated status for the rule showing opened for comments July 2015 and comments closed Sep 215.

    If the I-140 EAD/AP rule is not opened for comments by October, that Fall Agenda will simply move the date to April 2016 or something like that. The sky will pretty much fall on EB immigrants then.
     
  16. Senram

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    How can you decide so fast? October is still 3 months away. It could be finalized in last minute
     
  17. Kamakazee

    Kamakazee Super Moderator

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    I have not decided, simply saying that people will flip out if nothing happens by October. On the other hand, the rule could be submitted to OMB today.
     
  18. mayurjain13

    mayurjain13 Junior Member

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    Well frankly no one cares if we flip or not.. or probably nothing will happen as we are so much used to it... All that will definitely happen is; more forums and discussions with no end results...
     
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    people are flipping out already.. have you read the comments for AC03? folks are cussing their hearts out ..
     
  20. Kamakazee

    Kamakazee Super Moderator

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    Wasn't this rule approved by OMB in a day or something? Clearly shows that WH is eager to push this through real fast. Not much luck when it comes to legal immigration reforms.
     

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