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Old June 11th, 2009, 01:27 PM
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Re: Bhul jao Green Card

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Originally Posted by echarcha View Post
No you have to marry a US citizen. Green card holders, sadly, do not have a provision like H1B visa holders have to get a H4 visa for their spouse.

As for those with EAD cards, they just have to wait and keep renewing their EAD cards. Now they have started issuing 2 year validity EAD cards.

The problem is that neither the Democrats nor the Republicans have done anything concrete towards the immigration process reforms. There are many illegal aliens in America. Both parties want to give them amnesty. Fine, its vote bank politics. But there is no comprehensive action and the USCIS is woefully underfunded and understaffed.

Anyway, in these tough market times, immigration will definitely be put on the back burner.
charchu, the CIR(comprehensive immigration reform that Obama is talking about) has provisions for the people waiting in queue for their GC through employment based visas.
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