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  • Rated "F" for FUN. Warning: Under 18 or Retarded Minds: DON'T READ THIS !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Dear board members, I think it is time I reveal to you my current situation.

    I am on O-1* visa right now.
    Company I work for pays me $95.000/year.
    But I am tired of working for them: they extend the visa in 1 year increments and each year they promise to file LC and GC for me, but when push comes to the shove they constantly bring up some excuse and tell me that they will do it next year (ridiculous exuses, by the way).

    I also have 9 children born to me out of wedlock from 7 various women.
    Two were Mexicans and Undocumented ( One is deported to Mexico with two of my children and cries fool for child-support).
    Another 2 were from Poland and Russia respectively, bearing one child each.
    Polish lady is on F-1 visa, studying at Inlingua in Arlington, VA and planning to transfer to Southeastern University in Washington, DC.
    Russian woman is on H1B1, working for midsize networking company as Network Engineer.
    Of remaining 3 two are USC, and one is National of the Uganda, daughter of the laundromat lady in their diplomatic mission.

    Of two USC Citizens one is working for non-profit International AIDS Prevention Center in Washington, DC and the other works for small Law Firm in NYC.

    Sizeable chunk of my monthly salary goes to support my children from my legal girlfriends.
    I told the one remaining Undocumented Mexican female that if she takes me to the court I will sure have her being taken to Mexico, so she is not making any trouble for now.

    Now,as you know, Nature and the Evolution of Mankind demand that extraordinary and talented people leave as many species behind as they could.

    So, I am proud of paying my dues to the Mother Nature.

    Now, the problem I have is of different nature:

    One USC (working for non-profit org.), Russian, Polish and Ugandan ladies all want me to marry them.

    Obviously, I will not marry Ugandan lady, although she has greatest body of all.
    In any case I am not burning with desire to spend the rest of my life in Uganda.

    Polish lady is on F-1 visa, but I figured it will take her another 4-5 years to graduate from the University before she can get a job and be sponsored for GC (that if she is smart enough to make it through University and if our fluid laws don't change by then, plus I have to suffer another 4 years of O-1 status).

    Russian woman is smart and nice in every way, and she is likely to get her LC filed soon, so if I marry her I can be added to her AOS and get GC in relatively short period of time,except that she got used to high carb. food in America and added 25 lbs since I first met her.
    And that is totally unacceptable for me.

    There remains only one USC working for non-profit, she is OK but she has her own caprice, namely she wants me to share cooking and housekeeping responsibilities with her "because that would be FAIR".

    Now I am puzzled and don't know what to do?

    Should I stay on O-1 indefinitely (which I am not planning to do anyway) ?
    Obviously any sane man wouldn't do that.

    So I must choose between remaining candidates for wife-ship.

    Who do you think I should choose?

    Please, ADVISE!

    Thank You,

    E.



    ______________________________________

    The O-1 visa is a temporary work visa available to those foreign nationals who have "extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics" which "have been demonstrated by sustained national or international acclaim." It is also available to those in motion pictures and television who can demonstrate a record of "extraordinary achievement." The INS interprets the statute very broadly to encompass most fields of creative endeavor. For example, chefs, carpenters and lecturers can all obtain O-1 visas. The person entering the US must be coming to work in their field of ability, but the position need not require the services of a person of extraordinary ability.

    Extraordinary Ability in Science, Education, Business or Athletics
    To obtain an O-1 visa to work in the sciences, education, business or athletics, applicants must demonstrate that they possess "a level of expertise indicating that the person is one of the small percentage who have risen to the top of the field of endeavor." There are two ways to demonstrating this expertise. One method is through receiving a major internationally recognized award such as a Nobel Prize. The more common way is by providing documentation in three of the following categories:

    Receipt of nationally or internationally recognized prizes or awards for excellence in the field of endeavor
    Membership in associations in the field which require outstanding achievements of their members
    Published material about the alien
    Participation as a judge of the work of others in the same or allied fields
    Evidence of original contributions of significance in the field
    Authorship of scholarly articles
    Evidence of employment in a critical or essential capacity for organizations with a distinguished reputation
    Evidence that the alien has or will command a high salary
    Comparable evidence that does not fit within these categories may also be submitted.

    Extraordinary Ability in the Field of Art
    Extraordinary ability in the arts means that the applicant has attained "distinction." Distinction is defined as "a high level of achievement in the field of arts evidence by a degree of skill and recognition substantially above that ordinarily encountered." Distinction has also been defined as prominence in the field of endeavor. The applicant can demonstrate distinction by being the nominee or recipient of an important national or international prize such as an Academy Award, Emmy, or Grammy, or by submitting documentation in at least three of the following categories:

    Evidence that the alien has performed, and will perform, services as a lead or starring participant in productions or events which have a distinguished reputation as evidenced by critical reviews, advertisements, publicity released, publications contracts, or endorsements; Evidence that the alien has achieved national or international recognition for achievements evidenced by critical reviews or other published materials by or about the individual in major newspapers, trade journals, magazines, or other publications;
    Evidence that the alien has performed, and will perform, in a lead, starring, or critical role for organizations and establishments that have a distinguished reputation evidenced by articles in newspapers, trade journals, publications, or testimonials;
    Evidence that the alien has a record or major commercial or critically acclaimed successes as evidenced by such indicators as title, rating, standing in the field, box office receipts, motion pictures or television ratings, and other occupational achievements reported in trade journals, major newspapers, or other publications;
    Evidence that the alien has received significant recognition for achievements from organizations, critics, government agencies, or other recognized experts in the filed in which the alien is engaged. Such testimonials must be in a form which clearly indicates the author's authority, expertise, and knowledge of the alien's achievements; or
    Evidence that the alien has either commanded a high salary or will command a high salary or other substantial remuneration for services in relation to others in the field, as evidence by contracts or other reliable evidence.
    Comparable evidence may also be submitted.

    Extraordinary Achievement in Television or Motion Pictures
    The same criteria are used to determine extraordinary achievement as are used in determining distinction in the arts. However, the evidence is weighed differently and the applicant does not have to meet as high a standard.

    O-2 Visas for Support Personnel
    An O-2 visa can be obtained for those accompanying the O-1 visa holder who will assist the O-1 alien in their performance. To qualify for an O-2 visa, the applicant must meet the following requirements:

    Be an integral part of the actual performance
    Have critical skills and experience that cannot be performed by others
    In television and motion pictures, have a long-standing working relationship with the O-1 alien.
    Evidence must be submitted to establish the applicant's essential role, and that they have skills and experience not possessed by an immediately available US worker.

    Consultation Requirement
    Before a person will be granted either an O-1 or O-2 visa, the INS requires a consultation with a US-based organization.

    For applicants in the television and motion picture industries, there must be a consultation with both the appropriate labor union and management organization. This opinion must state the applicant's achievements in the field, and must state whether the position offered requires a person of extraordinary achievement.



    For all other O-1 and O-2 applicants, the petition must include an advisory opinion from a peer group, labor union, or person with expertise in the applicant's field. This opinion can either state simply that the group has no objection to issuing the visa, or can detail the applicant's achievements. If the achievements are detailed, the letter should also address the applicant's ability, the nature of the position offered, and whether the position requires a person of extraordinary ability.



    Advisory opinions for O-2 applicants should outline the essential role to be played by the support personnel, as well as their relationship to the O-1 visa holder. It should also state whether there are available US workers.

    If the consultation is with an organization other than a labor union, the INS will forward the application to the union it deems appropriate within five days of receiving the petition. The union must issue an opinion on the petition within 15 days, and then the INS has two weeks to rule on the application.

    If an O-1 applicant in the extraordinary ability in the arts category has obtained a consultation within the past two years, they need not obtain a new one. Nor is a new consultation required when seeking an extension of any O visa.

    Applying for an O-1 Visa
    An alien cannot apply for an O visa in his or her own name. They can, however, file through a US agent. This is often done when the alien beneficiary will be working for multiple employers (for example, they are performing in a concert tour). In this case, contracts from each employer must be submitted, as well as an itinerary. The petition should be filed at the regional service center with jurisdiction over the US agent. If the petitioner is a foreign employer, the application should be filed at the regional service center with jurisdiction over the location of the first place the beneficiary will work.



    The form for petitioning for an O visa is the I-129. This must be submitted along with the consultation opinion, evidence documenting the alien's extraordinary ability, and details of the proposed work in the US. The petition is to be approved for the duration of the event in which the alien will participate, for a maximum of three years.



    An O visa may be extended in one-year increments for an indefinite period of time. Form I-129 is also used to file for an extension. The application for an extension does not need to include a consultation, and requires only a statement of why the extension is sought.



    Finally, O visas are what are known as "dual intent visas", meaning that even though the applicant has filed a labor certification or petition for classification as a preference worker leading to permanent residence, the O visa cannot be denied.

  • #2
    Dear board members, I think it is time I reveal to you my current situation.

    I am on O-1* visa right now.
    Company I work for pays me $95.000/year.
    But I am tired of working for them: they extend the visa in 1 year increments and each year they promise to file LC and GC for me, but when push comes to the shove they constantly bring up some excuse and tell me that they will do it next year (ridiculous exuses, by the way).

    I also have 9 children born to me out of wedlock from 7 various women.
    Two were Mexicans and Undocumented ( One is deported to Mexico with two of my children and cries fool for child-support).
    Another 2 were from Poland and Russia respectively, bearing one child each.
    Polish lady is on F-1 visa, studying at Inlingua in Arlington, VA and planning to transfer to Southeastern University in Washington, DC.
    Russian woman is on H1B1, working for midsize networking company as Network Engineer.
    Of remaining 3 two are USC, and one is National of the Uganda, daughter of the laundromat lady in their diplomatic mission.

    Of two USC Citizens one is working for non-profit International AIDS Prevention Center in Washington, DC and the other works for small Law Firm in NYC.

    Sizeable chunk of my monthly salary goes to support my children from my legal girlfriends.
    I told the one remaining Undocumented Mexican female that if she takes me to the court I will sure have her being taken to Mexico, so she is not making any trouble for now.

    Now,as you know, Nature and the Evolution of Mankind demand that extraordinary and talented people leave as many species behind as they could.

    So, I am proud of paying my dues to the Mother Nature.

    Now, the problem I have is of different nature:

    One USC (working for non-profit org.), Russian, Polish and Ugandan ladies all want me to marry them.

    Obviously, I will not marry Ugandan lady, although she has greatest body of all.
    In any case I am not burning with desire to spend the rest of my life in Uganda.

    Polish lady is on F-1 visa, but I figured it will take her another 4-5 years to graduate from the University before she can get a job and be sponsored for GC (that if she is smart enough to make it through University and if our fluid laws don't change by then, plus I have to suffer another 4 years of O-1 status).

    Russian woman is smart and nice in every way, and she is likely to get her LC filed soon, so if I marry her I can be added to her AOS and get GC in relatively short period of time,except that she got used to high carb. food in America and added 25 lbs since I first met her.
    And that is totally unacceptable for me.

    There remains only one USC working for non-profit, she is OK but she has her own caprice, namely she wants me to share cooking and housekeeping responsibilities with her "because that would be FAIR".

    Now I am puzzled and don't know what to do?

    Should I stay on O-1 indefinitely (which I am not planning to do anyway) ?
    Obviously any sane man wouldn't do that.

    So I must choose between remaining candidates for wife-ship.

    Who do you think I should choose?

    Please, ADVISE!

    Thank You,

    E.



    ______________________________________

    The O-1 visa is a temporary work visa available to those foreign nationals who have "extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics" which "have been demonstrated by sustained national or international acclaim." It is also available to those in motion pictures and television who can demonstrate a record of "extraordinary achievement." The INS interprets the statute very broadly to encompass most fields of creative endeavor. For example, chefs, carpenters and lecturers can all obtain O-1 visas. The person entering the US must be coming to work in their field of ability, but the position need not require the services of a person of extraordinary ability.

    Extraordinary Ability in Science, Education, Business or Athletics
    To obtain an O-1 visa to work in the sciences, education, business or athletics, applicants must demonstrate that they possess "a level of expertise indicating that the person is one of the small percentage who have risen to the top of the field of endeavor." There are two ways to demonstrating this expertise. One method is through receiving a major internationally recognized award such as a Nobel Prize. The more common way is by providing documentation in three of the following categories:

    Receipt of nationally or internationally recognized prizes or awards for excellence in the field of endeavor
    Membership in associations in the field which require outstanding achievements of their members
    Published material about the alien
    Participation as a judge of the work of others in the same or allied fields
    Evidence of original contributions of significance in the field
    Authorship of scholarly articles
    Evidence of employment in a critical or essential capacity for organizations with a distinguished reputation
    Evidence that the alien has or will command a high salary
    Comparable evidence that does not fit within these categories may also be submitted.

    Extraordinary Ability in the Field of Art
    Extraordinary ability in the arts means that the applicant has attained "distinction." Distinction is defined as "a high level of achievement in the field of arts evidence by a degree of skill and recognition substantially above that ordinarily encountered." Distinction has also been defined as prominence in the field of endeavor. The applicant can demonstrate distinction by being the nominee or recipient of an important national or international prize such as an Academy Award, Emmy, or Grammy, or by submitting documentation in at least three of the following categories:

    Evidence that the alien has performed, and will perform, services as a lead or starring participant in productions or events which have a distinguished reputation as evidenced by critical reviews, advertisements, publicity released, publications contracts, or endorsements; Evidence that the alien has achieved national or international recognition for achievements evidenced by critical reviews or other published materials by or about the individual in major newspapers, trade journals, magazines, or other publications;
    Evidence that the alien has performed, and will perform, in a lead, starring, or critical role for organizations and establishments that have a distinguished reputation evidenced by articles in newspapers, trade journals, publications, or testimonials;
    Evidence that the alien has a record or major commercial or critically acclaimed successes as evidenced by such indicators as title, rating, standing in the field, box office receipts, motion pictures or television ratings, and other occupational achievements reported in trade journals, major newspapers, or other publications;
    Evidence that the alien has received significant recognition for achievements from organizations, critics, government agencies, or other recognized experts in the filed in which the alien is engaged. Such testimonials must be in a form which clearly indicates the author's authority, expertise, and knowledge of the alien's achievements; or
    Evidence that the alien has either commanded a high salary or will command a high salary or other substantial remuneration for services in relation to others in the field, as evidence by contracts or other reliable evidence.
    Comparable evidence may also be submitted.

    Extraordinary Achievement in Television or Motion Pictures
    The same criteria are used to determine extraordinary achievement as are used in determining distinction in the arts. However, the evidence is weighed differently and the applicant does not have to meet as high a standard.

    O-2 Visas for Support Personnel
    An O-2 visa can be obtained for those accompanying the O-1 visa holder who will assist the O-1 alien in their performance. To qualify for an O-2 visa, the applicant must meet the following requirements:

    Be an integral part of the actual performance
    Have critical skills and experience that cannot be performed by others
    In television and motion pictures, have a long-standing working relationship with the O-1 alien.
    Evidence must be submitted to establish the applicant's essential role, and that they have skills and experience not possessed by an immediately available US worker.

    Consultation Requirement
    Before a person will be granted either an O-1 or O-2 visa, the INS requires a consultation with a US-based organization.

    For applicants in the television and motion picture industries, there must be a consultation with both the appropriate labor union and management organization. This opinion must state the applicant's achievements in the field, and must state whether the position offered requires a person of extraordinary achievement.



    For all other O-1 and O-2 applicants, the petition must include an advisory opinion from a peer group, labor union, or person with expertise in the applicant's field. This opinion can either state simply that the group has no objection to issuing the visa, or can detail the applicant's achievements. If the achievements are detailed, the letter should also address the applicant's ability, the nature of the position offered, and whether the position requires a person of extraordinary ability.



    Advisory opinions for O-2 applicants should outline the essential role to be played by the support personnel, as well as their relationship to the O-1 visa holder. It should also state whether there are available US workers.

    If the consultation is with an organization other than a labor union, the INS will forward the application to the union it deems appropriate within five days of receiving the petition. The union must issue an opinion on the petition within 15 days, and then the INS has two weeks to rule on the application.

    If an O-1 applicant in the extraordinary ability in the arts category has obtained a consultation within the past two years, they need not obtain a new one. Nor is a new consultation required when seeking an extension of any O visa.

    Applying for an O-1 Visa
    An alien cannot apply for an O visa in his or her own name. They can, however, file through a US agent. This is often done when the alien beneficiary will be working for multiple employers (for example, they are performing in a concert tour). In this case, contracts from each employer must be submitted, as well as an itinerary. The petition should be filed at the regional service center with jurisdiction over the US agent. If the petitioner is a foreign employer, the application should be filed at the regional service center with jurisdiction over the location of the first place the beneficiary will work.



    The form for petitioning for an O visa is the I-129. This must be submitted along with the consultation opinion, evidence documenting the alien's extraordinary ability, and details of the proposed work in the US. The petition is to be approved for the duration of the event in which the alien will participate, for a maximum of three years.



    An O visa may be extended in one-year increments for an indefinite period of time. Form I-129 is also used to file for an extension. The application for an extension does not need to include a consultation, and requires only a statement of why the extension is sought.



    Finally, O visas are what are known as "dual intent visas", meaning that even though the applicant has filed a labor certification or petition for classification as a preference worker leading to permanent residence, the O visa cannot be denied.

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    • #3
      Brother-
      The world is overpopulated, enough with the children already. Otherwise, none of your women is worth going along with, I suggest find another USC, marry her, and remember, no more children (at least until you are sure that you will be together forever).

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      • #4
        Guess we all have our dilemmas!

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        • #5
          oh E. you do amuse me!

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          • #6
            Quoting E.

            "Two were Mexicans and Undocumented ( One is deported to Mexico with two of my children and cries fool for child-support)"

            "told the one remaining Undocumented Mexican female that if she takes me to the court I will sure have her being taken to Mexico, so she is not making any trouble for now"

            I hope to god you are giving those children SOME kind of stipend?

            As far as the women go, every one of them is too good for you.
            Sweet Madame Belu

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            • #7
              Great! Great ! Great!

              Give the russian girl to me.

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              • #8
                For Sale: One big bridge NYC.

                Now go jump off it.
                Sweet Madame Belu

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                • #9
                  Hey E.

                  Was that russian woman Michael's ex that he said got pregnant to somebody else???????

                  hmmm should I .. nay should I. aw what the h.e.c.k.. wouldnt want to disappoint you E..

                  Whats wrong with UGonedare..oops I mean Uganda

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                  • #10
                    Hey E.

                    Was that russian woman Michael's ex that he said got pregnant to somebody else???????

                    hmmm should I .. nay should I. aw what the h.e.c.k.. wouldnt want to disappoint you E..

                    Whats wrong with UGonedare..oops I mean Uganda
                    Missed U E

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                    • #11
                      Is Ms. Uganda strong *** like expreso coffee?. Uhmm.....

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                      • #12



                        You rock E... welcome back the real ( former ) E


                        Well I think more choices you have, more chances to pick the best one...and still we are missing few members with extra players to make a football team so far only 9 ...so keep the pace up ... that way u will have more choices to pick from...

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                        • #13
                          by the way i just noticed O 1 VISA "extraordinary ability" = 9 children born to me out of wedlock from 7 various women

                          that is extraordinary for sure in 21st century... you are so young...you can earn your own place in Guinness book of world records



                          just kidding so never mind

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                          • #14
                            Good God,
                            I hope your joking, because if not, they need to castrate you and send you packing. What ever you do for a living they must be able to find someone who isn't out knocking up everyone he meets and probably spreading diseases everywhere. You disgust me.

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                            • #15
                              Heh, all the replies and not one tad bit of suggestion/help? Either the board members is left dumbfounded, or they're upset that you scored on so many girls (good grief man, ever heard of protection??)

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