mnhrdc said:The story "Penny wise Pound Foolish"
Company Policy is to be Frugal
Morons didnt know about emails are free and immediately delivered to there desktops. They used to corrosponded between HR and Attorney by regular US snail mails and it took almost 3 weeks to get to the right one set of documents at attorneys place. The distance betwen these places is only 10min drive.
They were trying to make me believe that they cant use Fedex to send it to PO box . (Actually they wanted to save few $ in mail cost)
When i raised my concern in writing to HR what if snail mail doesnt reach the centre by 30th Sept and also sent them the link where Fedex addressed PO box is accepted. They finally sent it on 23rd by Fedex saying that they did a special favour and not to devulge to other fellow collegues (I-140 cases) whose were sent by snail mail.
Now i have crossed my fingers that there are not any Earth Quakes in California so that mail reaches well in time before 30th Sept.
You guessed right who was this HR immigrant woman from India
Man - that's shitty - I sincerely hope that your application gets in before 30th - did you take the tracking number? Try and get that to be absolutely sure - if there's anything you can do, there's only 3 more days to do it!