Discussion in 'General discussion about executive action' started by djayash, Oct 1, 2015.
what's the advantage of TRO approval then?
Very well scrap the AD idea - no use of it if the dates will never move this year
As @cuckoo said, you get to have an AOS filing date...I guess that will help with AC21 in the future..
The dates were at May 2010 during Apr 2012.. there were 2+ years and most of the people should have gotten all the EAD's for them and simply waiting on GC. if the AD concept is going to continue then honestly the AD dates should go beyond 2012 by this end of fiscal year.
The TRO would prevent loss of status and aging out issues, which is the immediate irreparable harm.
@Ron Gotcher - why do you think no settlements talks have happened yet? or are they happening and we don't know about it?
To be honest, based on how things are moving I doubt if they are happening..
well that's good. alteast we get 1 out of 3 benefits of AOS.
And job Portability ? i hope
My View on AD was as follows:
Gradually move AD up to early 2015 so we get finally the count of back log.
When I say dates will not move beyond 2009, I was referring to the final action dates.
EAD is only a temporary relief, you are still on the hook, until you get GC.
Our goal should be GC for all. Although, AD to be moved to 2015 would be relief I will be happy to take.
No, your AOS application will not be processed until the case is resolved...Meaning, no EAD/AP
Looks like USCIS have a lot to hide. One of their friends in the media
"Immigrants apply and nation states decide who to admit. No civil right to immigrate. -- Peggy Orchowski @ National Press Club"
of course Nation states decide who to admit but based on laws not based on an individual or agency's prejudice.
For most people, the outcome of the main case is the one that matters. TROs and preliminary injunctions will benefit the once in immediate problems. That said, if you win, the 180 day counts starts from your filing now because of the TRO.
Wow I like the sould of AD moving to 2015.........Although I am 101% sure will not get there in next 4 or 5 years if nothing is changed from now
why let me apply 2 steps and stop in the end - crazy argument
No, you are correct. A TRO will compel the USCIS to accept and hold applications until the matter is decided. This is important for applicants with children who would otherwise age out.
The 180 day count starts from receipt is what learned - so thats my main benefit in filing
Just read in IV someone sent letters to Marliana Trump for support...
GC is a dream in many years - EAD/AP looks possible
Are you hopping between here, IV, Trackit and twitter ?
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