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  • zbd
    01-12 08:47 PM
    Probably,all this criterias already matching to your case, right ?

    If you're on H1 on 4 years, have been suffering from not able file 485, and if the legislation says "6 years on H1" or whatever year on 140, how would you feel? Cheerful? Joyful? or Zealous? or Joyless, depressed?

    You're just a selfish guy to cover your asz, right?
    Are you planning to get some benefit from your brother's delayed cases?

    It's time to comply, time to be unite.
    Be simple and support what we have. We don't have that much luxurious to discuss your fantasies even though here is a free platform, yet it's NOT the TIME.

    Thanks for your understanding...

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  • FinalGC
    07-21 11:50 AM
    bumping it....I need some links guys

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  • irrational
    04-03 04:38 PM
    Hi Milind70,
    Can you please send me the format of the letter which your wife wrote to USCIS.

    email: irrational.number [at] gmail [dot] com

    Thanks folks for providing me with the support

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  • xbohdpukc
    09-25 02:45 PM
    If this is derivative, then how come H1 obtained should be counted towards H4. H1 is standalone and should not be counted.

    Again, my wife is on H4 for 6 years and I did not get into 485 stage. Now she wants to go to India and come back after a one year break. If she comes back after a year on new H1, it would be fine for her. If she come back on H4, can she get a H1 after one year?

    Any idea, whether this is possible?

    Ur missing the point.
    The number after the letter, which stands for the classification category is pretty much irrelevant for the purpose of determining the maximum period of stay. You might notice that in many publications USCIS addresses visitors to the US as being in B, H or L status, omitting the #.
    As long as your wife maintains her H4 status properly (providing you maintain your H1 status) and as long as she possess necessary travel documents she is free to enter and exit the country.
    As far as I understand she will not have any legal problem obtaining an H1 visa after staying out of the country for a year, as long as the visa # is available, she has a job offer etc.
    But I do not believe that her H status clock will reset if she leaves the country for a year, then enter in H4 status (which is still a derivative and tied to your principal H status clock). Therefore she will not be able to change her status to that of H1.
    Again, it's a pretty complicated matter and you might want to consult an experienced lawyer.


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  • Wish_Good
    06-22 06:04 PM
    Hi Attorney's,

    Thanks for this excellent community service. Which will help lot
    of people like me who are stuck with the Immigration/USCIS Issues/Errors.

    My Sincere thanks for responses to my earlier posting.

    Company A: Labor approved in Dec 2006. Applied I-140 in June 2007
    and got RFE regarding my Educational Transcripts Which was
    responded in time and USCIS received on Dec 5, 2007. Then Got EAD
    and AP approved. On Apr3 2008 I-140 Denied (I-140 was denied -
    due to 3yr degree) then I-485 denied on June 26th 2008. So, First
    applied MTR for I-140 which was denied on Feb,2009. Then applied
    one more MTR (Appeal)for I-140 on March 13th, 2009 (check cashed
    by USCIS... receipt copy not yet received).

    Suddenly in the recent past month I see that, My I-485 status
    updated saying -Transferred and now pending @ Texas service center
    (got a notice). So, I applied EAD on June 4th 2009 based on this New Status.

    But "When I was on my 7th year of H-1B (valid upto Apr 2009)" jumped (transfered my H1B) to Company B.

    Company B: Before I join this company B. They already applied my Labor (GC)
    and got approved on June 24, 2008. Then applied H1 Transfer and got approved (valid upto July 13th 2009) and joined this company. Once I joined this company they applied my I-140 and got approved in Jan 2009. Based on this I applied for H1 extension for 3 years. But USCIS denied my H1 and H4 with "Denial Reason: I-485 is denied in June 2008. So, I am not eligible under 104(c) or 106 of AC21 act". Infact we asked extension based on Approved New I-140 of company B. But USCIS denied based on Old company A's I-485. It looks like a real error by USCIS.

    Now Applied MTR(Appeal) on H1 and H4 deniad on Apr 17 2009 and waiting for response.

    Looking into this.

    My Humble request Please give your valuable suggestion. What would be my next step to be in legal status and continue my job. Iam in deep dialemma and verymuch depressed.

    Please help me.

    Thanks a Lot in Advance.

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  • rb_248
    03-30 11:02 AM
    If he is ROW EB2 he will get his greencard soon. I485 processing times are reduced to 4 months average per USCIS Director.

    A former colleague of mine from B'Desh got his GC in 14 weeks.

    ROW EB2 are talking in terms of weeks, not even months. We, on the other hand are talking in terms of decades, not even years.


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  • singhsa3
    10-22 01:00 PM
    Some one gave me negative feedback on this thread.
    To that person, why not you come out in open and discuss your problem.

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  • headhunter
    09-27 10:18 PM

    If someone is asking advice , give it to him professionally. I know, including myself, everyone is frustrated. Quite honestly, most people forget that GC is for the benefit of the company not your benefit. Your benefit just comes along. They have this whole fuckin system because they need people from outside. Not because they love you. It is company that controls GC until you get it. So it is HIS company that is using the tricks of the trade. They can claim that they had lost profit since they did not have a permanent employee for long. All these jumping the queues and rules were framed for the benefit of the company. Not aliens, as they call us.

    "If too many indians are ready to work hard by waiting for 10 yrs for their benefit, yeah why not, screw , I am not giving it to you." -- A mind of a Republican congressman


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  • jcrajput
    06-18 04:03 PM
    Will go through it. Thanks a bunch for your help.

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  • Jerrome
    05-21 01:30 PM
    I have received RFE for my spouse, I have not received the details yet, but need to clarify the following(i am in touch with my attorney also).

    We applied for her H1 in 2007 April, it got approved on September 2007.

    We also applied 485 in July 2007 so she did not join the H1b Company on September 2007.

    We applied COS to H4 on February 2008 but she started working on EAD from March 2008 onwards, she is still working on EAD.

    Her H4 approved on November 2008(but i was no more in H1).

    I think my wife's status is AOS from July 2007 onwards is that correct? Or is this a problem.



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  • willigetgc?
    11-24 10:30 AM
    In spite of the mess we are in, these songs and the substitutions does make me wonder whether I need to cry or laugh!

    Heading into Thanksgiving weekend, I choose to smile (as opposed to laugh) as there are many things my family and I are thankful for.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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    10-11 04:25 AM
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  • manjunathk
    07-18 01:00 AM
    Let's send him "Get well soon" flowers with a letter explaining the REAL problem we (legal) immigrants face.

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  • crystal
    07-26 03:40 PM
    In my case ,to avoid the hassels and to have a permanent(?) address in i-485, i took a new lease a month early than what i thought initially . (So I ended up paying rent at two places becase of the July bulletin and USCIS address change horror stories that i heard ) . a thousand dollar clean waste.Another way USCIS helping US economy


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  • paskal
    03-15 12:28 AM
    In 1996 I joined a residency on J-1
    1999-2001 i did a fellowship
    2001-2003 another fellowship- needed special permission from ECFMG

    2003 started a waiver job and I'm still in the same job in my 4th year.
    Good job in a very nice metropolitan area.

    Home residency requirement is 2 years
    The new Conrad law is certainly better and should make things somewhat easier.

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  • roseball
    04-03 02:49 PM
    I have the RFE, it doesn't state the exact instead mentions 12 weeks from the date of this letter. And the date of the letter is Jan 8, 2008

    Just have them reply to the RFE at the earliest...Usually, they take a few days after the deadline to re-process the case...They might consider your reply, even if its late by a few days, if they already did not take action/deny your petition....If they already denied your petition before the response reaches them, they you will have to file a MTR, which takes quite a while and also you cannot use I-485 benefits till a decision is made....Also, make sure a cover letter is sent along with the response mentioning the reason for the delay (like u said substantial changes to company financials)....Bottomline, reply at the earliest....Good luck.....


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  • svm
    09-01 10:24 AM
    I suggest call the service center (texas or nebraska) where your case is as cases are approved by TSC or NSC not by field offices.

    I got the FP notice yesterday. So it seems it is going as was told earlier

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  • dealsnet
    08-05 11:17 AM
    I did spend EAD renewal for me and wife. Within 1 week our GC is approved. I think because of this application, they took my file out and approved. So I didn't regret the amount spend for this. I have received EAD denial letter after 3 weeks. So this is our last amount for USCIS. Many people with older priority date still in their shelf. Think about it and be happy.

    I've applied for EAD/AP renewal for both myself and my wife. I spent $1,290 for this.

    Say I got my GC approved and then I call USCIS and withdraw my pending EAD/AP application. Will I get a refund for pending EAD/AP application, if I get my GC approved before EAD/AP approval?


    India EB2; PD - Nov 05
    I-140 - Filed Mar '06; Approved Jun '06
    I-485 - Reached NSC July 26'07;

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  • loudobbs
    08-06 11:23 AM
    My lawyer screwed up when he filed mu I140. He filed it under EB3 instead of EB2 even though the labor was approved under EB2. He filed a new EB2 I140 PP on MAy 23 and it is still pending.


    I have a EB2 - I140 (PERM) pending at Texas from 06/2006 and another EB3-I140 (RIR) pending from 06/2007. When my lawyer filed the EB2-I140, he filed it with a copy of labor from DOL (not original hard copy). He says he did not know it would cause such a delay. My EB3-I140 however was filed on labor approved from the Dallas BEC. It was filed with the original copy of labor. Are there any people like me, who have endured a long wait because they did not have the original labor ? Please post your experiences here .......

    04-27 05:06 PM
    Dear Sabeesh,

    Although I'm not a lawyer, I will respond based on my knowledge and my own case.

    1) You don't need to stamp any visa as you already have a visa that is valid until September, before your return date.

    2) You will only be able to enter the US with the latest visa stamped on your passport.

    3) You may want to get a new visa (associated with Company C) while you're still in India, so it will be valid until Nov 2011. You can have this new visa issued and stamped even before your current visa expires.


    If the new visa is not granted or somehow one goes into 221(g) waiting for some check, what happens then? Can you still come back on current visa?


    04-07 09:38 AM
    Kate, do you personally know the two cases? Just curious. Thanks!

    I do not know them personally.. I came across those cases on T.. r. A. c. K. i. T. t. :)

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