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    I had an interview today for i-687 and i ended up withdrawing the case, because i didn't qualify for the timeline. However the immigration officer said that i can apply for i-485 if any employer is willing to apply labor certification for me. Is it true that i can get a green card through labor certification? i have no status right now. i have been here for 15 years and have no status. Please help!

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    I had an interview today for i-687 and i ended up withdrawing the case, because i didn't qualify for the timeline. However the immigration officer said that i can apply for i-485 if any employer is willing to apply labor certification for me. Is it true that i can get a green card through labor certification? i have no status right now. i have been here for 15 years and have no status. Please help!

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    • #3
      A LAwyer would be a better source of advise.

      Employer applies, you need toi be interviewed at the Consulate in your home country. You have a 10 year ban.

      Assuming you work in a category that can be sponsored.

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      • #4
        prem, I have the same case like you, I was verbally denied (one month ago), I didn't receive any denial, but I assume that is denied. I have a labor certification already approved but I can't use it because to get the green card you have to go to the country of origin, and then when you come back they will not let you in because you overstayed and have a 10 years ban, to apply for I485 you have to be legal and change the status when is approved.

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        • #5
          For all of you out there hopefully a Reform is coming...just stay there don't pull back.

          Discrimmigration
          by Bill Dahl

          The first question I hear asked,
          Is, "Where do we begin?"
          Discussing U.S. immigration reform,
          We avoid the color of one's skin.

          Review the history of this country,
          Slavery is only one example.
          The parallels with today's undocumented workers,
          The evidence is more than ample.

          We continue to spew the same old...
          "They just need to trust us.
          It simply a matter of time...
          We'll deliver the appropriate justice."

          U.S. industries thirst for cheap labor,
          All across this nation.
          "We're just trying to survive!
          That's not economic exploitation!"

          Laborers without papers,
          U.S. employers provide the wink.
          Paid less than minimum wage,
          It's a reality we must rethink.

          Greedy demand outstrips supply,
          The undocumented workers stand in line.
          U.S. employers pick from the crop.
          Families die on the vine.

          Young adults brought here as infants,
          On graduation day we call their name.
          Prepared to make a citizens contribution,
          We say, "You're undocumented. That's a shame."

          The names that we call them:
          "Illegals, terrorists, and a blight on this nation."
          Used for our economic advantage,
          Double-speak to legitimize the situation.

          Forced to live in the shadows,
          Hidden in this nation's closet.
          U.S. banks are delighted,
          "Sure, we'll take your deposit!"

          When I see the faces,
          There's something that's not right.
          They have one thing in common,
          The vast majority are not white.

          Let's conclude this outrage.
          The end we must begin.
          Let's confess America,
          It's the color of their skin.

          Now's the time for healing,
          It's a process to become whole.
          There's a cancer in this nation,
          Deep within our soul.

          It's time to admit our failures,
          We're the one's to blame.
          Racial discrimination is alive and well.
          Discrimmigration is it's new name.

          Copyright © 2006 by Bill Dahl. All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the author. All rights reserved. Rights for publishing this article, in part or its entirety, in other languages, audio and any other form are contracted to Bill Dahl. Reproduced with permission.

          About The Author

          Bill Dahl is a freelance writer and social justice advocate. Contact Bill at: wsdahl@bendbroadband.com or see his website at http://billdahl.net/. For the past fifteen years, Bill and his wife have been called to work with the poor, the oppressed and the marginalized as volunteer community youth workers. Bill is published in numerous professional publications, magazines, websites, newspapers and newsletters. Bill and his family make their home in central Oregon.

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