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Indian Gets US Permanent Residency After Nine-Year Wait, Twitterati Cheer Him Up For Being Lucky

| Updated: April 17, 2024 17:49

An Indian-origin Google employee got a permanent residency in the US after a long nine-year wait.
“After 3505 days in this country, I’m finally a ‘permanent resident’. I can travel without constantly having to worry about my visa stamp or my I-94 date or a million other things,” the X user wrote in a now-deleted post.
In the following posts, which too have been deleted, the user posted, “A H-1B visa is incredibly restrictive. You need a new visa stamp every few years from the US consulate outside the country. If you don’t have one, you cannot enter the US. I have never been able to attend a single conference because of this.”
The post had accumulated more than 3.8 lakh views. The share has further collected close to 2,400 likes. People posted varied comments while reacting to the video.
“You are very lucky. I see a lot of people who have been here for more than ten years and still don’t have GC,” shared an X user.
“Getting citizenship after a wait of almost ten years, happy for you. I reckon many people wait decades for it,” shared another.
“But you still cannot stay out of the US for more than six months. You still cannot visit 180+ visa-free with a green card. Lastly, the US wants you to report world income as a big issue. In the end, H1B with I140 is far better than a green card, IMO,” argued a third.
“Considering the current situation, ten years is not bad. Congrats!” expressed a fourth.
“Congratulations, You are lucky. It’s less than a decade,” commented a fifth.
“That’s 9.5 years. Bro, it’s been over ten years, and I am still waiting for my turn. How did you get so fast,” asked a sixth.
“Congratulations! This must be a great feeling,” wrote a seventh.

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