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  • flyingninja
    10-30 12:36 AM
    Thanks,for providing feedback, please keep sharing the developments or additional information that you might have. Interestingly I did notice that all the candidates in front of me at the VO counter also seem dejected, so it seems this new practice is much more widespread.
    I am working on obtaining the documents and plan to visit consulate next week sometime. When I spoke with my employer, I was told that there were other cases in different consulate location in India where our employees faced similar problems. One of the case was also with an H4 candidate who was told to produce all these documents, at least one good thing I was told that all the cases were approved after submitting the supporting documents in few days. I am working on obtaining necessary documents at the earliest, make an honest case to the VO when I submit all the documents and will leave rest on god almighty.

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  • desi3933
    06-22 07:40 AM

    Can you pls help:

    My wife is currently on H4.
    She has H1B approved for 3 years for company A with start date of October 1, 2007. My company just filed both mine and my wife's I-485 and EADS.

    Now, (Say for example), my wife receives the EAD which was filed though my company on August 1, 2007.

    Questions are:

    1. Can she work for the company A on EAD from August 1 - September 30 and then fall-back (re-instated) on H1B (already approved) from October 1 - next 3 years for the same company A ?

    2. If she uses the EAD to work for the company A for a single day before October 1 (start date of her H1), will that invalidate her already 3 years approved H1B for the SAME company A?

    I understand H1B is the best practice option and understand EAD canbe renewed yearly basis but unsure about relationship of EAD vs H1B (already approved) in the perspective of working from same company "A".

    Please advise and help - thanks in advance.

    1. No, unless she goes out of country and re-enters US on H1 visa on or after Oct 1st

    2. It will not invalidate H1 visa, but she will be in AOS Pending status. In order to be on H1 status, she needs to do #1

    3. EAD is good for any employer (including H1 employer), but H1 is good for one employer (as mentioned in H1 approval notice). H1 can be revoked by employer.

    Good Luck.

    Not a legal advice.
    Permanent Resident since May 2002

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  • logiclife
    02-19 11:42 AM
    I have been thinking about choosing between EB3 and EB2. I hold a Masters degree from US and have 2 yrs of experience. I am wondering whether to go in EB3 (which is very simple and easy to get with no scrutiny - SURE TO GET APPROVED) and wait for a very long time in the queue OR go for EB2 (which is more difficult and have to pass through all the scrutiny from I-140) and then wait, whose waiting time might be lesser than EB3's

    Which one is best to do ? Your suggestions please.

    This is a wrong conventional belief. It has been far too many times written about and has now become conventional wisdom, that EB2 or EB1 is determined by the qualification of the employee.

    That is only 1 of the 2 things needed to get a case approved under EB2. The other requirement is that the job description and the position must require a person of EB2 qualifications. The position being filled by MS plus 2 years, or BS plus 5 years should be the kind of position that cannot be filled by a lesser qualified employee.

    So basically, you can be a Ph.D. from Harvard university with 10 years experience. But if your Greencard is filed for a job that requires someone with BS plus 2 years experience and can be filled by an EB3 candidate, then your case cannot be approved as EB2 even though your qualifications can make you fit for EB2.

    Now about the priority dates. See EB2 is right now ahead of EB3. However, the continuation of that is totally dependent on many factors.

    1. Future laws. What if EB2 percentages decrease?
    2. EB1 spillover. How many EB1s are unused and spill over into EB2.
    3. Your chargability, (country of birth), is ofcourse important. India and China EB2 may not be moving ahead this year AT ALL unless there is change in quota.
    4. The future applicants for EB2. We dont know about the labor files in backlog centers and how many of those are EB2 and how many are EB3. Of that, how much more crowded would be EB2 or EB3.

    It is IMPOSSIBLE to predict which one would be better off. Impossible.


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  • jags_e
    08-30 02:58 PM
    There is a main article on the reverse brain drain in EE Times and it mentions the IV's September 18 rally too.
    The link is;jsessionid=314X3PTACJUWMQSNDLOSK HSCJUNN2JVN;?articleID=201802703

    EE Times: Latest News
    Green-card red tape sends valuable engineers packing
    Disenchanted with life in immigration limbo, San Antonio resident Praveen Arumbakkam is abandoning his American dream and returning to his native India.
    A senior programmer at a fast-growing IT company, Arumbakkam volunteered for the Red Cross in Texas after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. He worked on disaster recovery management software to locate displaced persons, track donations and organize aid distribution.

    He had hoped to start a nonprofit disaster recovery management solutions company in the United States, but now he's decided he doesn't want to wait any longer for his green card.

    When professionals such as Arumbakkam give up on the States, it creates serious economic consequences, said Vivek Wadhwa, lead author of a study on the subject released last week.

    "We've set the stage here for a massive reverse brain drain," said Wadhwa, Wertheim Fellow at Harvard Law School's Labor and Worklife Program.

    By the end of fiscal 2006, half a million foreign nationals living in the U.S. were waiting for employment-based green cards, according to the study, released by the nonprofit Kauffman Foundation. Titled "Intellectual Property, the Immigration Backlog, and a Reverse Brain-Drain," the study was based on research by Duke, Harvard and New York University. If spouses and children are included, the number exceeds 1 million.

    The study looked at the three main types of employment-based green cards, which cover skill-based immigrants and their immediate families. Including pros- pective immigrants awaiting U.S. legal permanent resident status but living abroad, the numbers hit almost 600,000 in the first group and almost 1.2 million in the second.

    The number of available green cards in the three categories totals approximately 120,000. "If there are over a million persons in line for 120,000 visas a year, then we have already mortgaged almost nine years' worth of employment visas," said study author Guillermina Jasso, an NYU sociology professor.

    The report also notes that foreign nationals were listed as inventors or co-inventors on 25.6 percent of the international-patent app-lications filed from the United States in 2006, up from 7.6 percent in 1998.

    U.S. companies bring in many highly skilled foreigners on temporary visas and train them in U.S. business practices, noted Wadhwa, an executive in residence at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering. Those workers are then forced to leave, and "they become our competitors. That's as stupid as it gets," he said. "How can this country be so dumb as to bring people in on temporary visas, train them in our way of doing business and then send them back to compete with us?"

    Many in the engineering profession argue that American tech employers take advantage of the work visa system for their own benefit. They state that though there is plenty of American engineering talent available, employers use the programs to hire cheaper foreign labor.

    And others counter the concern that large numbers of foreign residents will depart America. Most immigrants who have waited years for green cards will remain firm in their resolve, given the time and effort they have already invested, believes Norm Matloff, a computer science professor at the University of California at Davis. "People are here because they want to be here," he said. "They place a high value on immigrating."

    But while Arumbakkam wants to be here, he has had enough of waiting. And his story is typical of those foreign-born tech professionals who return home.

    In July 2001, the then 27-year-old Arumbakkam arrived on a student visa to get his master's in information technology at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York. He has a bachelor's degree from the highly ranked University of Madras in southern India.

    Arumbakkam said he "pretty much loved the society and the infrastructure for advanced education" in the States. In the post-Sept. 11 climate toward foreigners, however, he found it difficult to get work. After sending out countless resumes, he took an internship in Baltimore, followed by a job in Michigan.

    That post didn't bring him any closer to his goal of permanent residency, however. He next took a job in San Antonio and insisted his employer secure him a green card. About that time, the government established an "application backlog elimination" center. "My application went straight into this chasm. I don't know what happened after that," he said. "That was pretty much a blow."

    In 2005, he landed his current job, where he's happy with the work environment and the salary. His employer applied for a green card when the government rolled out an online system that was supposed to streamline the process.

    But since then, with two applications in the works, Arumbakkam has been waiting-and waiting. In the meantime, his work status can't change, meaning no pay raises or promotions.
    Page 2 of 2

    Arumbakkam knows plenty of others in the same boat. In early 2006, he ran across Immigration Voice, a nonprofit national group that supports changes in immigration law affecting highly skilled workers. The 22,000-member organization includes professionals in a wide range of fields, from engineers and doctors to architects. Many have families, and all are stuck in the legal process.
    "I heard horror stories," said Arumbakkam. One is the tale of a quality assurance engineer employed by a midsized consulting firm in Oklahoma working with Fortune 50 companies. The Indian engineer was hired at a salary that was 30 percent lower than he expected. This was in exchange for the promise that his employer would file a green card application. He was told the money would go to attorneys' fees.

    For four years, the engineer asked about his application and was repeatedly told it was coming along. The employer blamed the slow progress on the law firm. In fact, the employer had never filed the application. Finally, the engineer found other work and restarted his efforts to obtain permanent residence.

    In another case, a senior strategic projects manager who has an engineering background and is working for a Fortune 100 company has been waiting 13 years for his green card, Arumbakkam said.

    That manager, also Indian, applied for permanent residency in Canada at the same time he applied for it in the States. After 18 months, Canada offered it to him and his family. His wife and children moved to Vancouver, B.C., where he visits regularly while waiting for a change in his U.S. residency status.

    Indians in the United States often have too much trust in their employers and lack knowledge of resources that could help them understand their immigration options, Arumbakkam said. He plans to attend an Immigration Voice rally in Washington on Sept. 18 to urge congressional action on immigration.

    But he isn't optimistic. "I just feel that I'm getting pushed further down as far as my career is concerned," he said.


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  • stillhowlong
    01-18 10:36 AM
    You can file 485 with either of the I140 as long as the position is open and the companies provide a letter stating the permanant nature of the job.

    For interfiling, one can request the priority date porting in any of these:
    - when you file the 2nd I140. You can send a copy of the first one and request to use that date.
    - when you file the 485, you can request to use the earlier priority date.
    - After you file 485, you can send a request to use the earlier priority date.
    In all these, you need a copy of the I140 approval notice. If there is no way to get the copy, you can possibly try with a copy of the receipt or a copy of the approval status from online - check with a lawyer.

    When you file the 485 or the 2nd I140, if the same A# is used, one may get the earliest priority date automatically as the previous poster has mentioned.

    Note: This is not a legal advice. Please consult a lawyer.

    Hi alvin, Thank you very much for detailed response. I am still confused as my question is if I file the new I140 from new employer and for some reason the date is not ported from current employer's I140 date, will I be able to file I485?, For your info, my I485 is not yet filed with uscis with current employer.



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  • hoolahoous
    11-01 11:58 AM
    part 3, item 2: "Have you received public assistance in the United States from any source, including the U.S.Government or any State, county, city, or municipality (other than emergency medical treatment), or are you likely to receive public assistance in the future?"

    not sure what your point is. the list clearly states

    "Unemployment compensation is also not considered for public charge purposes."

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  • ibb
    10-15 09:18 AM
    It's state law.

    Why would anybody ask for visa to issue a driver's license? How is one's driving privilege dependent upon visa? No one has ever asked me or my wife or my friends for a visa to issue a driver's license. Is this some law specific to some states?


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  • kondur_007
    10-21 10:35 AM
    I am working on H1B. Recently what has happened that my family lives in state A, and I am working in state B. My family could not move to state B because my sone is going to school. I have to pay alot of expenses to go back and fort from state B to A, like air ticket and cab ect. I talking to my compnay regarding this and they said that whatever are my expenses submit to every month end and he will send a check for those expenses which will be pre taxed amount. i.e. if my pre taxed salary is $ 5000 per-month , if I submit expense statemet for $500. Then my employer will send a check of 500 and paystub i.e. direct deposit after applying tax on $4500.

    I am not sure whatever he is suggesting is good tyhing to do and it will not have any problem for me.

    Go for it, I personally belive it is legal and unlikely to cause any problems with your H1.
    Your paystub will still mention salary to be 5000, however it will show $500 in pretax expenses and so 4500 will be the amount deposited and taxed. For H1 purposes, you are still being paid $5000.

    One thing I am not sure of: as mentioned in one of the posts above, can this be done more than one year? (i do not know the asnwer to this; clarify with your employer and their attorneys; it is not your headache anyway).

    Good Luck.

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  • acecupid
    08-13 11:15 AM
    If we want to read sports related news we can go to news sites. People should refrain from creating such threads which are completely unrelated to IV.


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  • nareshg
    12-15 03:31 PM
    I had filed for my 485 during the July 2007 time frame .
    PD - July 2006.

    I got my FP notice (Code 3) and got the FP notice stamped in FEB 2008
    The stamp reads

    Biometrics Processing Stamp
    ASC Side Code: __________XTE<location>
    Biometrics QA Review by ________ (officer's signature)
    Tenprints QA Reivew (officer's signature)

    Does this mean that I have security clearance ?
    Basically, what does the stamping mean ?

    Thanks in Advance !!

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  • Humhongekamyab
    05-14 03:56 PM
    My Employer has going to file for I-140 under EB2 catogery. I got Labor approved, but I just got call from my Lawer, he was saying that my Education is not being equivalent as US Graduation. He was saying that for GC we can't use work experiance to make this equivalent.

    Please advice, what to do?

    Here are the details about my education.

    Matriculation : 10 years education
    Intermediate : 3 years Diploma (Associate Engineer)
    Graduation : 3 years Degree (Comp. Science.)

    Aprox. 8 years

    Thanks in advace.


    Shujaat, you might be better off in being safe than sorry. I've read in the forums that US CIS is strictly interpreting EB-2 regulation so you might be better of in going with EB-3. For EB-2 they prefer single four year degree. Your lawyer would know the best.


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  • indianabacklog
    08-16 02:53 PM
    i was on h4 visa and recently as i turned 21 i am no more dependent on my dad who is on h1 visa . i tranfered my status to f1 .But my dad applied his 1-485 recently along with my application for i-485 and he consult the lawyer too and lawyer told as i am not the main visa holder like if i was on h1 and i transferred to f1 and then apply for i-485 then my application can get rejected ; but not now as i was not the main applicant but was dependent of my father.

    i dont trust everything wat lawyers can anybody help me out with this issue.

    It would appear that you are not giving us the entire situation. I am guessing due to the child status protection act your age is OK for dependent status due to I140 processing time take off your age at time of filing I485.
    If that is the case did you transfer to F1 while waiting for your fathers priority date to become current?

    If this is correct then your application should not be rejected but if you are to travel outside of the US you MUST have advance parole since being in adjustment of status makes your student visa null and void and therefore you are unable to re enter the US on the F1.

    This is just what I get from what you are telling us. If this is not the case please provide full details so people can help you. However, remember we are not necessarily lawyers and our knowledge has been acquired, not learned at law school.

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  • mrajatish
    06-18 05:55 PM
    Exactly the same as mine (except that I needed to copy whole passport)


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  • senthil1
    12-08 03:58 PM
    It will not have much impact if any president comes in the case of immigration. Anyhow most of them are not going to Veto. It is the congress who plays important role. President can just initiate the process. Bush tried his best to pass some immigration reform but divided congress defeated all the bills. Who is the reason? Not just anti immigrants but also pro immigrant groups. Expectation from pro immigrants was too much and in some cases impractical. Anti immigrants used those and defeated every time. Also anti immigrants used division in various groups like legal vs illegal, high skilled vs low skilled and H1 vs green card. Some unbiased leader need to bring a bill which should work compromise at the same time that compromise should benefit all the groups. But unfortunately most congressmen are busy in other works. Next congress is critical for any immigration reform

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    08-14 10:04 AM
    I am also thinking to either file EB2-PERM or convert my current EB3-ROW Regular LC PD-04/2002 to PERM.

    I received 45 day letter about six months ago. Do you think I should go with any of these options. Will appreciate ur comments

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  • cjain
    04-07 05:02 PM
    only needs a little bit of bandwidth...core members need to step in and provide feedback

    02-24 06:30 PM
    First speak to your employer if they
    a) sent a cancellation for H1B
    b) If they received any notice from USCIS/request for information or if they have any information about this
    c) Though it is not mandatory to file AC21 you can still file AC21 based on a consultation with an attorney.

    Most important thing is to know if your employer has informed USCIS about any updates or if the company has received any notification from them

    - good luck

    I spoke to my employer and he said they cancelled my H1B and not my GC. So i ma assuming my I140 was not revoked.

    thanks for your advice.

    03-18 04:53 PM
    This is the wrong forum for you to ask this question. However, I know that (c)(9) is not correct on line 16 for your wife's case. (c)(9) is only for Employment Based GC applicants.

    That is not true! (c)(9) is the right code for all pending adjustment of status applicants. See the instruction to Form I-765 here:

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