Wednesday, March 11, 2015

EB2 Priority Date - Cut off dates

The priority Date cut off date for Employment based EB2 category for Indians and Chinese.
january febrary march april may june july august september october november december visa green card greencard gc employment

EB2 Priority Date Cut-off Dates
Month/YearIndiaChina
Apr, 201501SEP0701APR11
Mar, 201501JAN0701SEP10
Feb, 201501SEP0515MAR10
Jan, 201515FEB0501FEB10
Dec, 201415FEB0501JAN10
Nov, 201415FEB0508DEC09
Oct, 201401MAY0915NOV09
Sep, 201401MAY0908OCT09
Aug, 201422JAN0908OCT09
Jul, 201401SEP0801JUL09
Jun, 201415NOV0422MAY09
May, 201415NOV0415APR09
Apr, 201415NOV0408MAR09
Mar, 201415NOV0415FEB09
Feb, 201415NOV0408NOV09
Jan, 201415NOV0408NOV08
Dec, 201315NOV0408NOV08
Nov, 201315JUN0808OCT08
Oct, 201315JUN0815SEP08
Sep, 201315JUN0808AUG08
Aug, 201301JAN0808AUG08
Jul, 201301SEP0408AUG08
Jun, 201301SEP0415JUL08
May, 201301SEP0415MAY08
Apr, 201301SEP0401APR08
Mar, 201301SEP0415FEB08
Feb, 201301SEP0415JAN08
Jan, 201301SEP0408DEC07
Dec, 201201SEP0422OCT07
Nov, 201201SEP0401SEP07
Oct, 201201SEP0415JUL07
Sep, 2012UnavailableUnavailable
Aug, 2012UnavailableUnavailable
Jul, 2012UnavailableUnavailable
Jun, 2012UnavailableUnavailable
May, 201215AUG0715AUG07
Apr, 201201MAY1001MAY10
Mar, 201201MAY1001MAY10
Feb, 201201JAN1001JAN10
Jan, 201201JAN0901JAN09
Dec, 201115MAR0815MAR08
Nov, 201101NOV0701NOV07
Oct, 201115JUL0715JUL07
Sep, 201115APR0715APR07
Aug, 201115APR0715APR07
Jul, 201108MAR0708MAR07
Jun, 201115OCT0615OCT06
May, 201101JUL0601AUG06
Apr, 201108MAY0622JUL06
Mar, 201108MAY0608JUL06
Feb, 201108MAY0601JUL06
Jan, 201108MAY0622JUN06
Dec, 201008MAY06
Nov, 201008MAY06
Oct, 201008MAY06
Sep, 201008MAY06
Aug, 201001MAR06
Jul, 201001OCT05
Jun, 201001FEB05
May, 201001FEB05
Apr, 201001FEB05
Mar, 201001FEB05
Feb, 201022JAN05
Jan, 201022JAN05
Dec, 200922JAN05
Nov, 200922JAN05
Oct, 200922JAN05
Sep, 200908JAN05
Aug, 200901OCT03
Jul, 200901JAN00
Jun, 200901JAN00
May, 200915FEB04
Apr, 200915FEB04
Mar, 200915FEB04
Feb, 200901JAN04
Jan, 200901JUL03
Dec, 200801JUN03
Nov, 200801JUN03
Oct, 200801APR03
Sep, 200801AUG06
Aug, 200801JUN06
Jul, 200801APR04
Jun, 200801APR04
May, 200801JAN04
Apr, 200801DEC03
Mar, 2008Unavailable
Feb, 2008Unavailable
Jan, 200801JAN00
Dec, 200701JAN02
Nov, 200701APR04
Oct, 200701APR04
Sep, 200701APR04
Aug, 2007Unavailable
Jul, 2007Current
Jul, 2007Current
Jun, 200701APR04
May, 200708JAN03
Apr, 200708JAN03
Mar, 200708JAN03
Feb, 200708JAN03
Jan, 200708JAN03
Dec, 200608JAN03
Nov, 200601JAN03
Oct, 200615JUN02
Sep, 2006Unavailable
Aug, 2006Unavailable
Jul, 200601JAN03 
Jun, 200601JAN03 
May, 200601JAN03
Apr, 200601JUL02
Mar, 200601JAN02
Feb, 200601AUG01
Jan, 200601JAN01
Dec, 200501JUL00
Nov, 200501NOV99
Oct, 200501NOV99
Sep, 2005Current
Aug, 2005Current
Jul, 2005Current
Jun, 2005Current
May, 2005Current
Apr, 2005Current
Mar, 2005Current
Feb, 2005Current
Jan, 2005Current
Dec, 2004Current
Nov, 2004Current
Oct, 2004Current
Sep, 2004Current
Aug, 2004Current
Jul, 2004Current
Jun, 2004Current
May, 2004Current
Apr, 2004Current
Mar, 2004Current
Feb, 2004Current
Jan, 2004Current
Dec, 2003Current
Nov, 2003Current
Oct, 2003Current
Sep, 2003Current
Aug, 2003Current
Jul, 2003Current
Jul, 2003Current


For accurate information check here.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

OnePlus One LTE Data Connectivity Issue

Issue: I am unable to connect to internet using data (3G/LTE) with my new OnePlus One phone

1. Check if data is enabled
    Settings --> Data usage --> Mobile data = ON

2. Check if APN settings is properly set
    Settings --> Mobile networks --> Preferred network type = LTE / 3G
    Settings --> Mobile networks --> Access Point Names = ATT Phone

Saturday, December 20, 2014

OnePlus One Invite



You may share an invite for others to use


Want an invite? You may submit a request for an invite here. If no invites available, you will be on waitlist and when it is available (when someone shares an invite here), you will receive invite by email on first come first serve basis

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Robinhood Commission Free Trade

Get access to commission free trade at RobinHood.com

This trading platform will be available slowly to the public. Join the waitlist to get early access to this platform. Many have joined the waitlist.

I have few invites to share. If you need an invite, please post in comments.

What is Robinhood?
Robinhood is a stock brokerage. You can place orders using Robinhood to buy and sell stocks, and your self-directed orders will receive the best possible trade execution (across all stock exchanges).
Which financial products can I buy and sell using Robinhood?
You can use Robinhood to invest in publicly-traded companies and exchange-traded funds listed on US exchanges. This includes well over 5,000 securities.
How does my Robinhood account work with my bank account?
You can link your bank account with your Robinhood account, which allows you to transfer funds between your bank account and your Robinhood account. You can use these funds to buy and sell stocks. 
Is my Robinhood account protected?
Robinhood is a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), which protects securities customers of its members up to $500,000 (including $250,000 for claims for cash). Explanatory brochure available upon request or at www.sipc.org.
How is Robinhood similar to other online brokerages such as E*Trade, Schwab, and Scottrade?
Robinhood is similar to other brokerages in that it is a registered broker-dealer, member FINRA & SIPC.
How is Robinhood different from other online brokerages?
Robinhood started with a simple idea: using technology, we can re-think the way brokerages operate. We cut out the fat that makes other brokerages costly — legacy technology, hundreds of storefront locations, and paper-based accounting. And as a result, we radically reduced costs.

This means we don’t need to charge standard trade commissions or require minimum deposits for cash accounts. We’re committed to providing you with a convenient, cost efficient, and enjoyable trading experience.


Robinhood E*Trade Schwab Scottrade
Per Trade Commissions $0.00 $7.99-$9.99 $8.95 $7.00
Minimum Deposit $0.00 $500 $1000 $500
This information is based on company websites as of January 20, 2014. For more information, please see our Commission and Fee Schedule.
What does the name “Robinhood” mean?
Robinhood is not about “taking from the rich and giving to the poor.” Instead, it’s about allowing everyone to fully share in the fruits of capitalism. The name is our way of challenging the status quo. For most of history, institutional investors have had advantages that were unavailable to most individuals. We’re changing that with Robinhood.

What’s the story behind Robinhood?
The story of Robinhood begins almost a decade ago at Stanford University, where co-founders Vladimir Tenev and Baiju Bhatt were roommates & classmates. After spending long nights toiling on problem sets together, the two decided to pack their bags and head to Wall Street to build a company that made high-frequency trading platforms for some of the world’s largest financial institutions.

They soon learned that high frequency traders and electronic trading firms pay effectively nothing to place trades on the market. On the other hand, everyday investors were taxed up to $10 per trade. Baiju and Vladimir realized it was time to bring this advantage to everyone. By automating many of the costly duties that existing brokerages maintain as a holdover from the pre-Internet era, they could build a much more cost efficient and enjoyable brokerage. This was an opportunity and challenge they were very excited about.
How is Robinhood able to offer commission-free trading while others charge up to $10/trade?
Over the last decade, technology has enabled building the most efficient businesses in history. Building an automated, electronic brokerage from the ground up allows Robinhood to eliminate the costly touchpoints where other brokerages require human intervention or paper receipts. Rather than relying on primetime advertisements and costly brick-and-mortar storefronts, Robinhood maintains a lean bottom-line, allowing it to attract and retain customers far more cheaply.
How does Robinhood make money?
Robinhood will offer margin trading as well as API access, which will allow partnered developers to build applications in conjunction with Robinhood. Robinhood will also receive remuneration for providing trade volume in certain markets. In the future, we plan to offer premium services for active investors.

Robinhood is venture-funded by Google, Andreessen Horowitz and many others, which affords us the freedom to focus on building a wonderful brokerage experience rather than short-term profits.
How much money do I need to start trading?
Robinhood does not have a minimum account balance for cash accounts.

Get access to commission free trade at RobinHood.com

If you need an invite, please post it in comments. I have few invites. Will share it on first come first serve basis.

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