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    Danny,

    Good post, very thoughtful and clearly written.

    This makes me
    curious about 1 thing, however - why do you refer to the status of
    Permanent Resident with conditions as ""Restricted Green Card""? What
    do you see as the restriction(s)?

    My understanding of the status is
    that it has only 1 difference with the status of Permanent Resident
    (without conditions), and the difference is that the status has a
    limited lifetime of 2 years. With successful removal of the conditions
    at that point in time, the Permanent Resident status continues on with
    no other change to the person's rights or responsibilities with respect
    to their status.

    Regards, JEff

    Originally posted by Danny
    Davis
    Originally Posted by 156thSt. Yes, I am pissed and
    have every right to be. $110.00 for what, for them to dangle us
    and
    arbitrarily advance some and make others wait.......
    And another
    thing, this is just another form of Big Brother and big
    repuke-lican
    government doing what it does
    best, justifying someone a salary who is
    probably over-worked and
    under-supported. These systems get put into
    place, then are left to fend
    form themselves while people wait to live
    their lives.
    Dear 156thSt. I agree that the system is
    arbitrary. Oh let's be honest. The system is a
    total "cluster f*#k".
    Reference my post of -a letter to my congressman. I am
    here purely
    because I have an interest in supporting those who are trying tonavigate the rat's maze of immigration. My wife has her green card and I
    am
    finished with the greater part of this process, but I remember the
    10 months
    I waited to get her here and the 18 months for the
    "Restricted Green Card".
    Now since you mentioned politics, that is
    blaming "Re-pukelicans" for the
    problem, I will say that I am one. You
    better do a little research who
    lobbies for changes in immigration and
    who objects most. Neither party has a
    monopoly on the problem. Try
    looking a the AFLCIO, a staunch Democrap's
    supporter. Look at the
    voting record of your own congressman. What you will
    find is that the
    biggest problem is IGNORANCE. Most of these people have
    never
    experienced actually dealing with the USCIS.
    $110 wow that is a
    huge some of money.(sarcasm) I label it because you might
    not catch
    it. I totaled up what it cost me. Try a total expense of $12,432.
    That
    includes two appointments at the consulate because my fiancé's cleanpolice record for both maiden and married name was on one sheet of paper
    instead of two. You have just begun to spend. Maybe you think some
    Democrap
    should pass a bill to pay for your fees. Buck up and get
    ready to take on
    your own expenses for your choice.. I am also a
    US Veteran. 1970-1974 My military specialty? Electronic
    intelligence.
    You have no idea what real Big Brother is all about. Maybe you
    will
    vote for The candidate who voted to make it more difficult to processyour application. I won't mention names but he is from Mass.
    I am
    perfectly willing to support you in your quest to bring your fiancéhere from a foreign land, but you better gain a lot more patience in
    this
    process or you are going to be in for a rough ride when she hits
    the culture
    shock of coming here. I am very proud of my little Russian
    wife and her
    adjustment to living in Texas. If you love yours as much
    as I love mine,
    I'll give you all the help I can here, but don't bring
    your politics into
    the argument. I must apologize for my own reference
    to the opposition party.
    This beast of a USCIS that we ALL have to
    deal with needs to be made more
    responsive, it is everyone's problem.
    By the way, Best Wishes
    Dan Davis


    --
    Of course, the Internet also tells us that hot naked women want to befriend us, so we can't be 100% sure about everything we read there. (Dave Barry)


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  • #2
    feel no hope in Vermont, wake up

    Well said, I admit I haven't a whole load of knowledge about how the system
    works but if at the end of it all I get to wake up to my wife in Oregon I
    don't care how much I pay or how long a wait it is, it will be worth it.


    "Danny Davis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:5Tq%[email protected]
    Originally Posted by 156thSt. Yes, I am pissed and have every right to be. $110.00 for what, for them to dangle us and arbitrarily advance some and make others wait....... And another thing, this is just another form of Big Brother and big repuke-lican government doing what it does best, justifying someone a salary who is probably over-worked and under-supported. These systems get put into place, then are left to fend form themselves while people wait to live their lives. Dear 156thSt. I agree that the system is arbitrary. Oh let's be honest. The system is a total "cluster f*#k". Reference my post of -a letter to my congressman. I
    am
    here purely because I have an interest in supporting those who are trying
    to
    navigate the rat's maze of immigration. My wife has her green card and I
    am
    finished with the greater part of this process, but I remember the 10
    months
    I waited to get her here and the 18 months for the "Restricted Green
    Card".
    Now since you mentioned politics, that is blaming "Re-pukelicans" for the problem, I will say that I am one. You better do a little research who lobbies for changes in immigration and who objects most. Neither party has
    a
    monopoly on the problem. Try looking a the AFLCIO, a staunch Democrap's supporter. Look at the voting record of your own congressman. What you
    will
    find is that the biggest problem is IGNORANCE. Most of these people have never experienced actually dealing with the USCIS. $110 wow that is a huge some of money.(sarcasm) I label it because you
    might
    not catch it. I totaled up what it cost me. Try a total expense of
    $12,432.
    That includes two appointments at the consulate because my fiancé's clean police record for both maiden and married name was on one sheet of paper instead of two. You have just begun to spend. Maybe you think some
    Democrap
    should pass a bill to pay for your fees. Buck up and get ready to take on your own expenses for your choice.. I am also a US Veteran. 1970-1974 My military specialty? Electronic intelligence. You have no idea what real Big Brother is all about. Maybe
    you
    will vote for The candidate who voted to make it more difficult to process your application. I won't mention names but he is from Mass. I am perfectly willing to support you in your quest to bring your fiancé here from a foreign land, but you better gain a lot more patience in this process or you are going to be in for a rough ride when she hits the
    culture
    shock of coming here. I am very proud of my little Russian wife and her adjustment to living in Texas. If you love yours as much as I love mine, I'll give you all the help I can here, but don't bring your politics into the argument. I must apologize for my own reference to the opposition
    party.
    This beast of a USCIS that we ALL have to deal with needs to be made more responsive, it is everyone's problem. By the way, Best Wishes Dan Davis

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    • #3
      feel no hope in Vermont, wake up

      Originally Posted by 156thSt.

      Yes, I am
      pissed and have every right to be. $110.00 for what, for them to dangle us
      and arbitrarily advance some and make others wait.......
      And another thing, this is just another form of Big Brother and big
      repuke-lican government doing what it does
      best, justifying someone a salary who is probably over-worked and
      under-supported. These systems get put into place, then are left to fend
      form themselves while people wait to live their lives.

      Dear 156thSt.

      I agree that the system is arbitrary. Oh let's be honest. The system is a
      total "cluster f*#k". Reference my post of -a letter to my congressman. I am
      here purely because I have an interest in supporting those who are trying to
      navigate the rat's maze of immigration. My wife has her green card and I am
      finished with the greater part of this process, but I remember the 10 months
      I waited to get her here and the 18 months for the "Restricted Green Card".

      Now since you mentioned politics, that is blaming "Re-pukelicans" for the
      problem, I will say that I am one. You better do a little research who
      lobbies for changes in immigration and who objects most. Neither party has a
      monopoly on the problem. Try looking a the AFLCIO, a staunch Democrap's
      supporter. Look at the voting record of your own congressman. What you will
      find is that the biggest problem is IGNORANCE. Most of these people have
      never experienced actually dealing with the USCIS.

      $110 wow that is a huge some of money.(sarcasm) I label it because you might
      not catch it. I totaled up what it cost me. Try a total expense of $12,432.
      That includes two appointments at the consulate because my fiancé's clean
      police record for both maiden and married name was on one sheet of paper
      instead of two. You have just begun to spend. Maybe you think some Democrap
      should pass a bill to pay for your fees. Buck up and get ready to take on
      your own expenses for your choice..

      I am also a US Veteran. 1970-1974 My military specialty? Electronic
      intelligence. You have no idea what real Big Brother is all about. Maybe you
      will vote for The candidate who voted to make it more difficult to process
      your application. I won't mention names but he is from Mass.

      I am perfectly willing to support you in your quest to bring your fiancé
      here from a foreign land, but you better gain a lot more patience in this
      process or you are going to be in for a rough ride when she hits the culture
      shock of coming here. I am very proud of my little Russian wife and her
      adjustment to living in Texas. If you love yours as much as I love mine,
      I'll give you all the help I can here, but don't bring your politics into
      the argument. I must apologize for my own reference to the opposition party.
      This beast of a USCIS that we ALL have to deal with needs to be made more
      responsive, it is everyone's problem.

      By the way,
      Best Wishes
      Dan Davis


      Comment


      • #4
        feel no hope in Vermont, wake up

        It is just the short term that makes it restricted. It is restricted to two
        years.
        Substitute conditional for restricted.

        Dan Davis

        "jeffreyhy" <[email protected]_expats.com> wrote in message
        news:[email protected]
        Danny, Good post, very thoughtful and clearly written. This makes me curious about 1 thing, however - why do you refer to the status of Permanent Resident with conditions as ""Restricted Green Card""? What do you see as the restriction(s)? My understanding of the status is that it has only 1 difference with the status of Permanent Resident (without conditions), and the difference is that the status has a limited lifetime of 2 years. With successful removal of the conditions at that point in time, the Permanent Resident status continues on with no other change to the person's rights or responsibilities with respect to their status. Regards, JEff Originally posted by Danny Davis
        Originally Posted by 156thSt. Yes, I am pissed and
        have every right to be. $110.00 for what, for them to dangle us
        and
        arbitrarily advance some and make others wait.......
        And another
        thing, this is just another form of Big Brother and big
        repuke-lican
        government doing what it does
        best, justifying someone a salary who is
        probably over-worked and
        under-supported. These systems get put into
        place, then are left to fend
        form themselves while people wait to live
        their lives.
        Dear 156thSt. I agree that the system is
        arbitrary. Oh let's be honest. The system is a
        total "cluster f*#k".
        Reference my post of -a letter to my congressman. I am
        here purely
        because I have an interest in supporting those who are trying to navigate the rat's maze of immigration. My wife has her green card and I am
        finished with the greater part of this process, but I remember the
        10 months
        I waited to get her here and the 18 months for the
        "Restricted Green Card".
        Now since you mentioned politics, that is
        blaming "Re-pukelicans" for the
        problem, I will say that I am one. You
        better do a little research who
        lobbies for changes in immigration and
        who objects most. Neither party has a
        monopoly on the problem. Try
        looking a the AFLCIO, a staunch Democrap's
        supporter. Look at the
        voting record of your own congressman. What you will
        find is that the
        biggest problem is IGNORANCE. Most of these people have
        never
        experienced actually dealing with the USCIS.
        $110 wow that is a
        huge some of money.(sarcasm) I label it because you might
        not catch
        it. I totaled up what it cost me. Try a total expense of $12,432.
        That
        includes two appointments at the consulate because my fiancé's clean police record for both maiden and married name was on one sheet of paper
        instead of two. You have just begun to spend. Maybe you think some
        Democrap
        should pass a bill to pay for your fees. Buck up and get
        ready to take on
        your own expenses for your choice.. I am also a
        US Veteran. 1970-1974 My military specialty? Electronic
        intelligence.
        You have no idea what real Big Brother is all about. Maybe you
        will
        vote for The candidate who voted to make it more difficult to process your application. I won't mention names but he is from Mass.
        I am
        perfectly willing to support you in your quest to bring your fiancé here from a foreign land, but you better gain a lot more patience in this
        process or you are going to be in for a rough ride when she hits
        the culture
        shock of coming here. I am very proud of my little Russian
        wife and her
        adjustment to living in Texas. If you love yours as much
        as I love mine,
        I'll give you all the help I can here, but don't bring
        your politics into
        the argument. I must apologize for my own reference
        to the opposition party.
        This beast of a USCIS that we ALL have to
        deal with needs to be made more
        responsive, it is everyone's problem. By the way, Best Wishes
        Dan Davis -- Of course, the Internet also tells us that hot naked women want to
        befriend us, so we can't be 100% sure about everything we read there. (Dave
        Barry)

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