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    12-07 12:12 PM
    $1200/- & above,this is only attorney fees.

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    05-30 10:15 PM
    It is difficult to predict the timeline.
    The house members are not happy with the Senate bill.
    I have read that the conference committee may meet next monday ( all hearsay).

    We can only pray and hope for the best.

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  • walking_dude
    02-14 03:55 PM
    I got a confirmation today that 2 more of my personal contacts have sent theirs.

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  • fall1998
    05-17 09:12 PM
    Is everyone getting approval without case being transferred to other service centers?


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    01-20 07:00 AM
    Immigration Law from Houston Immigration Lawyer - Annie Banerjee Has Just Posted the Following:

    In a letter to Senator Grassley, the CIS defended their H-1B adjudication practices and their everything under the kitchen sink Request for Evidences.

    The CIS is looking into revising the form I-129 to have Petitioner and beneficiary both attest that:

    The beneficiary has been advised of the offsite placement and accepts the terms of the H-IB employment, including the job location and possible relocation;

    Really? Does anyone working for the software industry not know that they have to work off site. These people are always traveling, the beneficiary KNOWS they have to work off site. Same with Oil Company Engineers. Its the nature of their work. Does CIS seriously think the beneficiary does not know?

    2. Placement of the beneficiary offsite during the period of employment will be in compliance with the statutory and regulatory requirements of the H-IB nonimmigrant classification;
    3. The beneficiary will be paid the prevailing rate of pay at any offsite
    location; and,

    This is in line with the question on the I-94 application on the plane, "Are you a terrorist." Has anyone ever answered yes to that question? Similarly, will anyone filing an H-1B petition ever say they will not comply with the law?

    4. The work itinerary is attached.

    The H-1B is given for 3 years. It is difficult to predict the itinerary for all those 3 years. If the work itinerary is for less than 3 years, then the employer has to file the whole H-1B again, with the high fees. And even if they have the work itinerary, the job may be canceled, etc. So what is the point of private employers filing job itineraries with the Government?

    All of this simply penalizes the small employers who form the backbone of the American economy.

    Contact Houston Immigration Lawyer (http://www.visatous.com), Annie Banerjee for more detailshttps://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/8629098317507537197-2731884981154177550?l=usimmigrationmatters.blogspo t.com

    More... (http://usimmigrationmatters.blogspot.com/2009/12/h-1b-and-cis.html)

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  • Humhongekamyab
    01-15 11:48 AM
    I am using my EAD and working for the company which filed by PERM/I-140/I-485. Currently I am being paid a lot more than the prevailing wage on the PERM so my company has suggested me that they will give the amount listed on the PERM as a salary and the remaining as a check to the company that I own. I have a business in my name but all I did was register the company name; never actively ran the business.

    Please share your concerns/opinions about the possibility of above scenario. Do you think taking the salary and B2B expense would cause a problem with the green card process?



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  • vin13
    06-24 07:55 PM

    I've read conflicting information on whether one is eligible to receive unemployment benefits.
    Specifically, i understand as a primary applicant in AOS status, one can not claim such benefits. But how about a derivative spouse, working on EAD , who lost her job? Can she claim such benefits as unemployment insurance. I've read that unemployment insurance should NOT be construed as a public charge, since its paid by the employer , when the employee is working.

    So is it safe to get the basic unemployment benefits for a derivative spouse working in AOS status?


    Yes, a derivative spouse can avail unemployement benefits and not jeopardize green card. Make sure she is eligible as per state laws. Each state has a different rule on who is eligible. Do some homework by calling your local unemployement office. I know of at least couple of immigration lawyers who discussed this on their newsletters. I know sheela murthy's website had that info too. Google for it and read.....

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  • fasterthanlight�
    05-09 03:34 PM
    The leaf should be bigger, and in the center!


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  • Anders �stberg
    April 19th, 2005, 09:41 AM
    Upload the image to your gallery here instead and link to it in your post rather than use an attachment. That way you can use larger files.

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    03-11 10:51 PM
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  • vjjj23
    07-21 04:15 PM
    Does you recipt mention that it is for a lost EAD???
    I s it any different from the normal rrecipt..


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  • guyfromsg
    07-19 08:01 AM
    I have already sent my 485 application
    1-140 cleared

    In the field I94# and expiration I entered I 94 number which is on the white card on the passport and it is the same as the number on my renewed h1 papers.However I entered expiry date from the i94 on the passport,which is oct06 instead of the 010 date in the renewal.

    will that be a problem..? CAN I CORRECT IT AFTER I get the reciept no or will thay be able to verify with the latest h1 paper that i94 is valid

    The I94 number is in the database. When I94 was extended that information is entered in the database as well.


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  • maverick_joe
    03-12 09:42 AM
    how early could we renew the AP?

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  • gcsim
    06-08 12:46 PM
    thanks for the reply guys


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  • indygc
    10-09 10:54 AM

    My attorney had filed our 485 at Nebraska SC on July 30th. She didnt file EAD & AP.
    On August 10th I myself filed EAD & AP at Nebraska SC. I got receipts for AP. For EAD, they have sent back our docs saying that 765 has been filed with improper fee (guy who picked the file is not aware of July VB fee valid till Aug 17th). So I have sent back the documents with a cover letter stating we come under July VB, after a week they sent back the packet again with same reason to file with proper fee of $340. I dont want to waste time and energy.. so this time I have sent $340 and after a week on Oct1 we got receipts for EAD.

    Mean while I called USCIS to check the status of my 485 and luckily got the receipts numbers from them. The file has been transferred to Texas.

    My questions are:
    1.The received date on the EAD receipt is stated as September 27th. But the very 1st time we filed was August 10th. So would they treat our file as that filed on August 10th or Sep 27th???
    2.My EAD & AP are at Nebraska and 485 is at Texas..would that cause any delays..concerns?

    Anyone been thru such experience. Please throw some light.

    Thanks in Advance

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  • Ann Ruben
    03-11 10:29 AM

    You are correct that if you do not maintain valid H-1 status your wife will lose legal status in the US. If she pursues a degree as a FULL TIME student she can file for a COS to F-1. As part of that application she will have to document her valid H-4 status by proving that you are in valid H-1 status with current paystubs and/or letter confirming your employment from your H-1 employer. So it would be safest to file the COS while you are still employed.

    Hope this helps,



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  • simbasimba
    03-25 03:18 PM
    My fianc� is on a tourist visa and I am on a H1B visa, we are planning to get married while she is on a tourist visa? Is that okay to do so, any restrictions?
    Second question After marriage can I convert her visa to H4 dependant visa while she is here, so that she can stay with me without going back? Does she have to go out of the country for this conversion to happen?
    Also if she wishes to go out of the US on the tourist visa after we get married can she still apply for a dependant visa H4 to come here ? Will that cause any issues for her?

    Which one is better to do, marry and apply for her conversion right away over here or should she go back and apply from outside the country?

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    03-28 02:46 PM
    Bush said he wants to improve the working visas, I think the prority needs to offer to Canadians because Canadinas use the same language and education system, the distance is closer. We need to call all the senetors, the working visas.etc. need to go to Canadina citizens first.

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  • shana04
    05-18 07:55 PM
    Shana, Better yet update the RFE page on the wiki. The page will be there easily accessible and you will not have the burden of keeping this thread alive.


    If you prefer, you can start a new page on the wiki with the title "Common RFEs" or something like that. If you need help updating the wiki just holler and will help.

    Thank you friend,

    I have updated IV wiki for common RFE's during I-485 stage

    Here is the link.


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    02-07 08:30 AM
    When it comes to the Visa Waiver program, clients often ask me, what happens when a Visa Waiver traveler who is in the U.S. visits a third, non-adjacent country, and then seeks to return to the U.S.? Do they receive a new 90-day period upon re-entering the United States? What if they go to Mexico or Canada or another adjacent country?

    According to the CBP, An alien admitted into the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) who departs to visit a third country other than contiguous territory or an adjacent island and then returns to the United States to apply for admission as a temporary visitor for business or pleasure under the VWP, would receive a new 90-period of admission if he is found to be admissible.

    If the same alien traveled only to foreign contiguous territory or an adjacent island, he would generally be readmitted for the balance of his original period of admission if found to be admissible. An alien is this situation may request to be admitted for a new 90-day period and be admitted for that new period if slbe is found to be admissible.

    Please note that any VWP applicant for admission must establish his admissibility to the satisfaction of the inspecting CBP officers. An alien seeking a new 90-day period of admission under the VWP after departing the United States to "visit" a third country should expect to undergo greater scrutiny than most other VWP applicants. So this is possible but expect a tough time trying to get back in.

    More... (http://www.visalawyerblog.com/2011/02/san_diego_immigration_lawyer_v_1.html)

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