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  • pd_recapturing
    07-18 04:49 PM

    Hi guys, I have a approved EB3 I-140 with PD of May 2004. I recently applied a new EB2 I-140 under the PP to port PD and got RFE. RFE has been replied by my lawyer on 07/06 and we are waiting for their decision any moment.Now, as I am going to apply my I-485, what will be my best bet? to go with approved EB3 I 140 or go with receipt notice of pending PP EB2 I-140? If I go with EB3 I140, can I amend my application at a later point of time with EB2 I 140? Please help.

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  • tampacoolie
    08-04 09:04 PM
    I got a bunch that has photocopies from my lawyer of everything that went out to USCIS. 485, EAD, AP for myself and my wife.

    Everything is ok, except that there is an extra copy of G 28 each for myself and my wife and these extra copies are not signed by attorneys.

    In the middle of the package, right above the 485 forms, there are G28 forms that are properly signed. Everywhere else there is signatures where needed. But at the bottom of the bunch, there is extra G28 for each one of us that is missing signature from the attorney.

    Could this be a problem? Also, where is the URL for USCIS FAQ that states under what conditions that petitions can boomerang back to us?.

    Extra missing signature shouldn't be an issue. Only if we miss G28 for one of those forms then we are in trouble.

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  • vactorboy29
    02-19 06:01 PM
    Vivek Dude, I don't know about that...

    After speaking to my lawyer, it is my understanding that when you use EAD or AP, you are no longer on H1 and it is considered AOS. However, you can reapply for H1 after you use your AP...As far as I know AP does have an affect on your immigration status...Please someone correct me if you know for sure that AP does not affect H1/H4 status...

    For the OP, please consult with other lawyers or chat with someone on free immigration lawyer chat forums...

    AP - Is for travel purpose,no connection to your work status in US.
    EAD - is your work status .If you use it your H1b is envalid.

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  • Jerrome
    10-18 05:56 PM
    I have got EAD and AP.I think i would not have got them if the 140 is not filled.

    I also know the date on which he filled. but employer is not sharing the receipt because there is no mandate for him to do so.

    I wanted to know is there a way out.


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    February 15th, 2005, 03:14 PM
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  • wandmaker
    09-10 11:58 AM
    thanks i hope everything will be last question what are my chances to have a consular processing?of course i don't want to leave the country and issue my h1b there cause im already here.thanks

    USCIS will not approve your COS because you have no status, rather they may approve a petition for consular processing. Even if USCIS approves your H1B petition for consular processing, you only have 10% probability to stamp your H1B because

    1 - you used your tourist visa to find work
    2 - you have overstayed your I-94


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  • beppenyc
    02-04 04:39 PM
    Do you think that the post poned to march for the senate debate is due to preparation to handle the 11 milion immigrants?

    Another question, i feel some anymosity (sorry for my english) for the Illegals immigrants, i am not one of them, i am legal and beleive i don`t have any problem for a visa, but as immigrant i see a lot of them struggling and working like animals for few dollars, and sometime they become illegals due to the confusion about the law. Do you know how much cost a lawier ? I really think that exist only immigration, no difference for me.

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  • rti25
    11-14 11:40 AM

    Unfortunatly , i lost my wallet contains EAD.
    problem is , how much fees should i pay for the replacement card.
    we filed 485 on july 2007 visa bulletin no. 107
    and we (mine was H4) got EAD on oct 2007. i have a scanned copy of it.
    I am confused whether to pay 180$ as per july visa bulletin no. 107 or
    have to pay the current fees 340$.

    2. If i pay as per new feese, still do i get the same 1 year validity card.

    please help me for this

    i really appreciate you.
    thank you.


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  • texcan
    10-19 01:48 AM
    Dear Friends, my 140 just got approved at TSC (EB3-India, PD Feb 03, 140/485 filed in July 07). Given the current economic turmoil, my company may lay off people. I have a valid EAD till Oct 09. God forbid, if I can't find another job here after my layoff, is it legal to go to my home country (i.e., India) for a few months and then come back before Oct 09 to renew my EAD? Assuming the USCIS doesn't adjudicate my 485 while I'm away, could I have any problems at the port of entry (since I would be using Advance Parole but wouldn't have a job)?



    i will ask my lawyer, to get some insight. Although the mumbo-jumbo he conveys is most time does not provide real answer, other than covering his own backside...

    I beleive it should be ok, as long as POE immigration does not ask for pay stubs.

    gurus, any input please.

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  • ashwaghoshk
    08-26 09:01 AM
    No. You can apply for H4 to H1 from any company. The new company from whom you have the job offer can apply for COS from H4 to H1.
    See, its like this - H1 belongs to company but once you change it to H4 then the H4 does not belong to any company. Once you have offer from new company then the new company can apply for COS without any issues.


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  • doggy
    07-22 04:25 PM
    As per my attorney, even if you enter the country on AP, your status can still remain H1, if you are using it to work (instead of EAD).

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  • ameryki
    07-21 03:28 PM
    Please help called Customer Service and they were clueless!


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  • austingc
    07-31 11:26 AM

    I will be traveling to India tomorrow and My AP expires 30-Aug-2010. My trip is only for 10 days and I will be back by Aug12.

    So I was wondering if there will be any issues at POE or in India, since my AP expires in less than 30 days?

    This is my second trip on AP.

    Also, what all I need to carry? I have EAD, Employment letter, 485-receipt, 2 Pay stubs, W2 ?

    Adding to this, my PD will be current from Aug-1st :(

    Any suggestions, inputs most welcome. (This is a medical emergency with cannot avoid)
    Sorry to hear about your parents. Hope they are doing ok. It should not be a problem and you can even enter the country on Aug 30, 2010, the day your AP expires. The only question they would ask is 'Are you still working with ABC' (GC sponsership company) and may be some additional questions about your location and the purpose of your trip.

    Since this is your second trip you should know by now what documents you need to carry with you. I travelled twice in this year and carried only my I-485 receipt and AP, thats it. When you enter the country with AOS status they don't really care much about other documents but if you want to carry all the above mentioned documents, it does not hurt.

    If your 485 is approved while you are outside of the country, you will not face any problem since you have a valid AP. Good luck!

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  • vamsi_poondla
    09-08 12:33 PM
    Dear All:

    Need your advice. Filed I-485 on July 5th. I-140 is approved. Working with the employer for 6 yrs. Now that I filed for final stage, my employer wants me to sign a contract voluntarily that I should stay with them for 24 months. What are my legal options in state of CA? He wants to get 20K if I leave earlier than contract term. I signed it since he threatened me to revoke I-140. Can I backout after portability law kicks in.

    Thanks in advance.

    Do you have any documentary proof of him asking for this 2 year contract? I advice you to stay with him for 6 months. If he is a good employer, (but rather insecure that you will leave after getting GC), what is wrong in staying with him. I mean, if you have already a split deal like 80/20 share of your billing etc.


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  • sankap
    07-05 03:28 PM

    Reversal Frustrates Green-Card Applicants

    The U.S. government's surprise offer, then abrupt reversal, of an opportunity for thousands of skilled foreign workers to obtain permanent residency in the U.S. highlights the problems of the overtaxed immigration system and the frenzy that results from a rare chance to apply for a green card.

    The scramble has put tens of thousands of workers and their families in limbo after many of them and their employers spent thousands of dollars in hopes of securing permanent residency. It may result in a class-action lawsuit against the government by frustrated applicants.

    The problem began June 12 when the government seemed to open the door for thousands of foreign workers and their families to end the long wait to apply for a green card. That is when the State Department published a Visa Bulletin, which is a monthly notice closely watched by immigration attorneys and their clients because it determines who is eligible to file a green-card application the next month. The June bulletin announced that practically all skilled foreign workers who had been previously deemed eligible for an employer-sponsored visa could now take the final step of applying for a green card.

    By law, the U.S. can issue about 140,000 employment-based green cards each year. Last year, the government fell short by about 10,000, despite the long waiting list; leftover visas can't be rolled over to the next year. The June announcement aimed to prevent the visa slot from going to waste, according to a State Department spokeswoman.
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    The announcement was greeted with a mix of jubilation and panic by thousands of engineers, lab scientists and other high-skilled foreigners who had waited years for their place in line. Working ahead of a July 2 date for filing the application, intending immigrants rushed to gather documents, complete paperwork and obtain medical exams. Many of their dependents -- such as children enrolled in college overseas -- boarded planes for the U.S. to meet a requirement that all family members be present at the time of filing.

    "The bulletin created a land rush among legal immigrants desperate to finalize their green-card applications," said Steve Miller, a Seattle-based immigration attorney and head of the state chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

    Then, on July 2, the State Department issued an "update" that reversed the previous bulletin. It stated, effective immediately, there would be no further authorizations for employment-based cases. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which processes the applications, said it would instead simply process existing applications to meet this year's quota. "We already had sufficient applications pending without new applicants," an agency spokesman said.

    Mike Aytes, head of domestic operations for the USCIS, said all 147,141 employment-based green cards have now been issued for the year. "We are very sympathetic to the fact that people really had expectations � Folks spent a lot of time and effort, but it turned out they couldn't file, after all," he said.

    In the July 2 announcement, USCIS said it was "rejecting applications" to secure green cards, and the agency spokesman said it would return the paperwork of all the applicants. New cases will be entertained again in the government's next fiscal year, starting Oct. 1. However, applicants must wait their turn again, which might not happen for years.

    News of the revocation of the previously announced bulletin dashed the hopes of thousands of foreign workers, many of them currently on an H-1B professional visa normally valid for up to six years. These workers face the possibility of being forced to return home if their visa expires before they get the chance to apply for a green card.

    "My employer and I spent tens of thousands of dollars preparing for the day when we could file for our Change in Status application, only to have the [government] pull the rug out from under us," said Lawrence LeBlanc, a Canadian executive at AES Corp. in Arlington, Virginia. "We were devastated to hear this unprecedented news. We're not sure how we're going to tell our children."

    Because there are more employer-based applicants for immigrant visas than are available each year, people wait each month to see whether they have gotten to the front of the line. Often people wait years for the green light to apply, especially if they come from countries like India and China.

    The June 12 announcement set off a stampede to government-approved doctors, because green-card applicants must pass medical exams. Apurva Pratap, a Seattle-based senior manager for a multinational corporation, said he and his wife traveled 40 miles for a medical exam after they couldn't secure an appointment in town. To fulfill a requirement for a vaccination, they waited eight hours in a line that snaked around a mobile unit in Tacoma. Mr. Pratap, a native of India, has been in the U.S. since 1999.

    A spokeswoman for the American Immigration Lawyers Association said it has called for a congressional investigation. An affiliated organization is expected to take legal action via a class-action lawsuit. "This is an example of how badly our immigration system is broken," says Kathleen Walker, president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

    Write to Miriam Jordan at miriam.jordan@wsj.com1

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  • cleopatra
    08-27 08:08 AM
    I think that to move to EB2 with the same employer, it may be possible to count experience from the same employer if the new role you are moving to is atleast 50% different from what you are doing in your current role.

    I am not an attorney and so you should consult one about this, though. Can anyone who knows this comment?


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  • satishku_2000
    01-25 11:09 AM
    Some one counting on indian gov. call me pessimist but good luck with that. I would be happy if Indian gov / politicians are out of this. You never know what kind of statements that can come out of their mouths ...

    I have more hope and faith US system rather than Indian .

    God bless America.

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  • kondur_007
    10-16 04:29 PM
    Thanks so much for your reply. I think it will always a good idea to keep USCIS inform about your working condition since this is 'Employment based' case.
    For AC21 I think I will need to match following:

    1. New employment letter which should describe duties which 'must' be same or similar to what was mentioned in my labor certificate.

    2. Start date/salary/position title

    3. Any Benefits if provided.

    Do I need any document from sposerer employer? Do I need anything else?
    Thank you and I appriciate your help.

    You are welcome.

    If you do decide to file AC 21 papers with USCIS; please, please take the help of a good lawyer!
    The lawyer usually send the cover letter justifying the "same or similar job" salary, location etc. This also depends a lot on what is in original PERM.
    Good lawyer will also draft the letter you will need from new employer. sometimes this may require to be less specific. (details are veriable). But it needs to be a "permanent job offer".

    Good Luck.

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  • vikki76
    11-09 01:45 PM
    My quires are.
    1. Do i need to go for stamping in Canada or Mexico

    Answer: No, you don't need to get your visa stamped unless you are traveling internationally and need to re-enter US
    2. Can i work for company B with my H1B approval
    Answer: It is perfectly legal to start working with H1-B approval even though your passport has L1 visa stamped
    3. To start my new job, do my employer should change my status
    Answer: Definitely-YES. I-9 form from employer should reflect this
    4. If going for stamping do my dependents also should join me
    Answer: You do not need to go for stamping just to begin your employment. And regardless of visa stamping decision- it is not mandatory that you and your dependents should get go for visa stamping together

    04-22 07:58 PM
    You time on EAD will also be counted unless the H1 is cancelled when you start using the EAD.

    Here is a situation....

    Assuming you are on H1 and have completed 2 years.. And would like to use your EAD.. After using your EAD for one year if you want to come back to H1 - it is possible. - If your employer has cancelled your H1 when you started using the EAD you will have remaining 4 years.. But if he has not cancelled then your time on H1 will continue to be counted along with EAD and you will have only 3 years remaining on the H1.

    nope. your H1 status clock automatically ends when you change to EAD. It does not matter if your H1 is officially revoked by the employer.

    03-20 05:29 PM
    However, EAWA does not apply to H-1B petitions seeking to change the status of a beneficiary already working for the employer in another work-authorised category. It also does not apply to H-1B petitions seeking an extension of stay for a current employee with the same employer.

    This actually clears alot of doubts people had regarding the whole extension/COS question.

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