UPDATED: This post has been updated on July 08, 2007 at 22:300 hours.
In light of the whole fiasco with the rejection of I-485 applications, all Indian citizens affected have decided to resort to a new phenomenon. Send flowers as a silent form of protest.
In a recent Bollywood movie, sending flowers to prove your point and get your voice heard was the modus operandi used by the lead actor, following the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi.
So in similar fashion, TOI informs all that July 10 has been selected as a day to send flowers to Emilio Gonzales, the director of USCIS.
If you have been affected and would like to participate, send flowers to
Dr. Emilio Gonzales
111 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20529
This address has been corroborated from web searches. If you have any updates on this, please leave them in the comments section and I will update the post accordingly.
The following is information from touchdownusa.org.
Date of delivery should be 10 July.
Select Occasion: “Sympathy”
The message(You may use a different message but please don’t be rude in your message):
Option 1: All the best for future Employment Based visa estimates.
Option 2: I understand your agency does all it can to the best job it can. I also hope you empathize with the frustrations of a legal immigrant. A small token of peaceful protest and hoping for the best.
Option 3: Dear Mr. Gonzalez, Legal skilled non-immigrants are sorry that you are having such a hard time in determining priority dates. All the best for future employment based visa estimates.
Delivery location type is Business, US Citizenship and Immigration Service
Emilio T. Gonzalez
20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20529
Phone number: 202-307-1565