Discussion in 'General discussion about executive action' started by Ron Gotcher, Sep 25, 2015.
Please do not share any views about other groups at least in this discussion forum.
I'm in. Please let me know what you need from me.
Interested. Please let me know action items and I will get it done.
on another note - few days ago - I read something about a locked out thread. Is that still up and running? If so, can someone give me instructions to gain access to that?
Again, please leave them alone.
I would be interested. Let me know what you need from me.
Then why not to hit when the Iron is hot? Are we still doing our background work? Are we waiting for the outcome of VisaGate 2015. I think everyone is excited, we are united for the first time, the only thing needed is a direction to apply the force at the right time and in the right direction.
I am in as well please let me know whatever it takes
I am interested. Please let me know how I can contribute in anyway
Just signed up to say Yes. Sign me up. Let's get a crowdfund going. Ron if you could start https://fundrazr.com/find?category=Legal, we'll fund/share it on social media.
We are aware that members are now getting impatient on this hope to move soon.
Take your time! No rush!! But do you need any more stories?
https://www.gofundme.com/ seems to be more suitable.
No we don't. We are also considering the timing strategically.
Please count me in.
I am in. Start a crowd funding page and we will start contributing. The sooner the better, especially if we are talking in hundreds of thousands.
It looks like USCIS has successfully divided and conquerred us. Focus of our fight is now split into 3 groups -
1. Restore Oct VB
2. I140 EAD
Smart move, USCIS
We aren't stupid either. Let us give 1 a bit more time to play out. Then we will move on to 3. End of October, we will also start campaigning for 2. By screwing 1, they have energized the community. If we don't go into our deep dives into pessimism, we will get everything we want.
hope they were aware of this
That would only be true if there are three different groups that are doing three different things completely independently.
That's not the case right now. #1 is the highest priority, and everyone - from lawyers to grassroots advocacy - is involved in fighting against it. Consider that if we win #1, that gives bonus points for #2 and #3.
If #1 drags on, then we'll add on #2 and #3. Neither the problems nor the people working on the problems is mutually exclusive.
Pessimism is, however.
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