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  • skn
    11-09 05:31 PM
    My 140 was filed under EB3 this month. When can I file for 485? Should I wait untill 140 is approved?

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  • puja101
    07-12 04:45 PM
    I received RFE that says" your application contained form I-693 in which the required TB skin test was not conducted. Please note there may be conflicting information on some published form I-693 instructions regarding when the chest X ray Report should be performed. It is required only when the TB skin test indicates a reaction equal to greater than 5 mm, or when the reason for why the TB skin test is medically inappropriate to perform has been annotated on theform I-693. Please submit a newly completed form I-693 indicating the results of the required skin test."

    I did TB skin test in 2007 that came negative and it appears to me, civil surgeon did not updated results on I-693 form. After consulting with the doctor they filled up new I-693 from with 2007 test results and gave me in a sealed envelop. I need to know whether 2007 results will be acceptible to USCIS or do I need to do it gain before I submit response. Please advise.


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  • Bhadwaj
    10-07 05:08 PM

    Here is our situation. I am on H1 and have 485 pending for me and my wife. Both of us also have a valid EAD.

    My wife was on H1 too, however since Oct'08 she relinquished her H1 status and took up another job using her EAD. Currently, we are planning to have her AP filed (her earlier AP expired in Dec'08).

    Given all this, I have following questions.
    a). Are there any risks associated with filing AP.
    b). I presume her status has been valid so far... reason I ask is that we didn't do anything special in terms of communicating any official agency, when she jumped the boat from H1 to EAD. Were we supposed to?
    c). Do you think I can get her on H4 while she continues to work using her EAD. I guess H4 option is more expensive? Any thoughts?

    Appreciate any help/pointers on this.


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  • srini1976
    09-23 05:12 PM
    EB 485 Numbers in Excel for easy reading and calculations


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  • kanshul
    04-09 06:11 PM
    I am in identical situation as you. send me a PM.


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  • rolrblade
    03-06 10:19 AM

    I am currently doing my MBA here on a H4 visa. I want to know if I would be eligible to apply for the H1 Visa ( in the 20,000 quota) without converting to
    F1 status. Please advise.

    Thanks in advance...

    You woulkd be eligible provided you have completed your MBA. If you are still working on it then you would not be considered an advanced Degree HOLDER.

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  • loku
    08-07 07:52 PM

    Please advice me on below:-
    1)I am on H1b visa and currently i am on bench. My 140 is approved and my H1b is expiring on sep30 ,2009. I got rfe for h1b extension asking for client letter.
    Should i convert to h4 or do h1b transfer if i could be able to get someone to transfer it.

    2) Also if I go to h4 visa will my green card processing with priority date remain same if i go back to same employer and ask them to file my h1b again after i get a project. Or they again have to start the process again even with same employer. Also what if i go with different employer.

    3. If I apply for H4 visa now and in mean time i get a project before sep 30 2009, then what do I need to do. can i just ask my employer to again file h1b extension.

    4) SO if I do h1b transfer or go on h4 what are the pros and cons.

    Please let me know ASAP.

    Thanks in advance.


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  • texas1235
    12-04 02:27 PM
    Hi All,

    I have two questions as below:

    1) My company announced that it was acquired by another company and the deal will be closed in early 2008.

    My I140 priority date is Sept 21,2007 in EB2 in Texas SC. What should I be doing assuming my I140 will be approved in 6 months time, ie March 2008.

    2)Also, my company is a Federal contractor working with the Federal organisation. All employees working for this contractor will always work for this Federal organisation no matter who the contractor is.In other words, the client remains same, but contractor changes.So if this Federal organisation gives this contract to any other comapny other than I am working with, how will my I140 processing be affected.

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  • panks
    06-30 01:20 PM
    Hello All,
    I am in my 10th year of H1B visa. (GC in process). Every other time I went to INDIA , I got my stamping in INDIA except in 2009 when I returned on Advanced Parole because of a lack of time. Now I need to go to INDIA again in July and I observed this condition for visa stamping at INDIAN consulates which is :

    Have the same class of U.S. visa which is still valid or that has expired less than 12 months from the scheduled date of interview.
    Wish to apply for the same visa class (e.g. had an H1 work visa, now applying again for an H1 work visa)

    My question is whether my last entry to US on Advanced Parole will be interpreted as not having the same class of VISA. After I entered on AP , I did renew my H1 Visa and it is valid upto April'2011.

    Thanks in advance


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  • Blog Feeds
    07-02 04:30 PM
    The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced today that it served Notices of Inspection upon 652 businesses around the country. Compare this with the 508 businesses which received Notices of Inspection in fiscal year 2008. An ICE spokesman told the press: "Part of the strategy is to show businesses that we mean business." We link to the ICE press release and the news story from our "Employers' Immigration Guide" at http://shusterman.com/toc-emp.html#9 Notices of Inspection are served on employers to compel them to surrender their I-9 forms to the government. The I-9 form verifies the identity and the employment authorization...

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  • Blog Feeds
    07-15 03:01 PM
    H-1B visas are a relatively swift path to employment for foreigners with bachelor's degrees and U.S. employers to sponsor them. Each year, the U.S. government makes 65,000 H-1B visas available to qualified individuals on a first-come basis. The cap has been reached every year for the last several years, and for fiscal year 2008, it was reached on the first day of filing. As of July 10, 2009, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had received 44,900 H-1B cap-subject petitions that have been counted towards the 65,000 H-1B cap. USCIS continues to accept cap-subject petitions.

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  • martinvisalaw
    06-22 12:26 PM
    Once you start working as a trainer, you have violated H-1B status so that you must rely on the EAD for both the gym job and the Systems Analyst position. You must also use Advance Parole, not the H-1B visa, to return after travel.

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    10-23 09:20 AM
    History teaches us a tried-and-true, gumshoe-inquisitor's method of uncovering scandal. As memorialized in the 1976 film, All the President's Men, former FBI agent, Mark Felt, unmasked as Deep Throat of Watergate fame, explained the approach to Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward: Deep Throat: Follow the money. Bob Woodward: What do you mean? Where? Deep Throat: Oh, I can't tell you that. Bob Woodward: But you could tell me that. Deep Throat: No, I have to do this my way. You tell me what you know, and I'll confirm. I'll keep you in the right direction if I can, but that's...

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    08-02 09:01 AM
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  • mango123
    04-16 10:38 AM
    How Does USCIS check how long you are with your employer after GC ?
    if they check pay checks during Naturalization Interview ?

    Any Naturalized members here ,could you post your Interview experience

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  • sankap
    06-14 11:30 PM
    Can someone advise on the alternatives of marriage / DOB certificates for the I-485 phase? My wife and I don't have a marriage certificate--we do have an affidavit from India, though (we married 10 years ago in India). Likewise, we don't have our DOB certificates issued by the municipalities we were born in. Would school certificates/affidavits from our parents work? What would be the easiest / quickest substitutes?

    06-12 07:33 AM
    The System at Work (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/06/11/AR2007061101859.html) By E. J. Dionne Jr. (http://projects.washingtonpost.com/staff/email/e.+j.+dionne+jr./) (postchat@aol.com), Tuesday, June 12, 2007

    We have become political hypochondriacs. We seem eager to declare that "the system" has come down with some dread disease, to proclaim that an ideological "center" blessed by the heavens no longer exists, and woe unto us. An imperfect immigration bill is pulled from the Senate floor, and you'd think the Capitol dome had caved in.

    It's all nonsense, but it is not harmless nonsense. The tendency to blame the system is a convenient way of leaving no one accountable. Those who offer this argument can sound sage without having to grapple with the specifics of any piece of legislation. There is the unspoken assumption that wisdom always lies in the political middle, no matter how unsavory the recipe served up by a given group of self-proclaimed centrists might be.

    And when Republicans and Democrats are battling each other with particular ferocity, there is always a call for the appearance of an above-the-battle savior who will seize the presidency as an independent. This messiah, it is said, will transcend such "petty" concerns as philosophy or ideology.

    Finally, those who attack the system don't actually want to change it much. For example, there's a very good case for abolishing the U.S. Senate. It often distorts the popular will since senators representing 18 percent of the population can cast a majority of the Senate's votes. And as Sen. John McCain said over the weekend, "The Senate works in a way that relatively small numbers can block legislation."

    But many of the system-blamers in fact love Senate rules that, in principle, push senators toward the middle in seeking solutions. So they actually like the system more than they let on.

    As it happens, I wish the immigration bill's supporters had gotten it through -- not because I think this is great legislation but because some bill has to get out of the Senate so real discussions on a final proposal can begin.

    Notice how tepid that paragraph is. The truth is that most supporters of this bill find a lot of things in it they don't like. The guest-worker program, in particular, strikes me as terribly flawed. The bill's opponents, on the other hand, absolutely hate it because they see it as an effective amnesty for 12 million illegal immigrants. And, boy, did those opponents mobilize. In well-functioning democracies, mobilized minorities often defeat unenthusiastic majorities.

    And some "centrist" compromises are more coherent and politically salable than others. Neither side on the immigration issue has the popular support to get exactly what it wants. So a bill aimed at creating a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants is full of grudging concessions to the anti-immigration side. These have the effect of demobilizing the very groups that support the underlying principles of this bill. That's not a system problem. It just happens that immigration is a hard issue that arouses real passion.

    Typically, advocates of the system-breakdown theory move quickly from immigration to the failure of President Bush's Social Security proposals. Why, they ask, can't the system "fix" entitlements?

    The simple truth is that a majority of Americans (I'm one of them) came to oppose Bush's privatization ideas. That reflected both a principled stand and a practical judgment. From our perspective, a proposal to cut benefits and create private accounts was radical, not centrist.

    An authentically "centrist" solution to this problem would involve some modest benefit cuts and some modest tax increases. It will happen someday. But for now, conservatives don't want to support any tax increases. I think the conservatives are wrong, and they'd argue that they're principled. What we have here is a political disagreement, not a system problem. We have these things called elections to settle political disagreements.

    Is Washington a mess? In many ways it is. The simplest explanation has to do with some bad choices made by President Bush. He started a misguided war that is now sapping his influence; he has treated Democrats as if they were infected with tuberculosis and Republicans in Congress as if they were his valets. No wonder he's having trouble pushing through a bill whose main opponents are his own ideological allies.

    Maybe you would place blame elsewhere. But please identify some real people or real political forces and not just some faceless entity that you call the system. Please be specific, bearing in mind that when hypochondriacs misdiagnose vague ailments they don't have, they often miss the real ones.

    10-31 02:42 PM
    You cannot file 485. You will have to start the process from scratch. However, you can use the priority date from the approved 140.

    Hope this helps.

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