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  • validIV
    03-17 01:23 PM
    Actually yes you do fall under the 2nd Section in the link I posted. I stand corrected.

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  • gcformeornot
    07-25 12:10 PM

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  • gc_dedo
    03-28 11:06 PM
    Was there any transfer after 140 is filed ?
    No there was no transfer ever.

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  • Alex1411
    07-05 01:26 AM
    Your questions are valid....but either way, you must enter US ASAP on your AP (or have someone mail ytou your GC). The issue is that you are NOT totally free once you get GC because immediately leaving your sponsoring employer is a no-no and can cause your GC to be revoked or be an issue at the time of citizenship. It is advisable to stick to the employer for 6mts to 1 year after GC - if the employer is still functioning. Also, USCIS has increased employment place visits for recent GC approvals. :)

    Thanks for your answer!^^


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  • amsgc
    08-22 12:00 PM
    The scanned the bar code on the fingerprinting notice and asked to verify the A#, dob etc. that popped up on the computer screen. I think the receipt number was there too.

    Does any one remember if at the time of finger printing for 485, did they enter the Receipt Number, A# or both in their computer.
    I am have some issues with multiple A#s and I need this information.
    Please reply only if you are sure.

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  • yestogc
    04-07 06:49 PM
    I always belive Premium is better and this is just a rumour that it attracts RFE.

    The reason is plain and simple, let's say that you change to Company B and since normal processing takes anywhere from 3-6 months (let's say in meantime your old employer cancells your H1B) and at end of say 3-6 months you come to know that your H1B transfer to company B is denied you have no option but to leave country.

    Whereas in permium in 15 days you will know if that is through or not and GOD forbidden even if that gets rejected , you still have paystubs which will be just 15 days old, still you can do another H1B transfer with a new employer.


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  • arnet
    11-21 07:31 PM
    check this:

    also there should be other post, search the forum.

    good luck.

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  • xtronics
    03-02 12:18 PM
    My wife went to Chennai consulate for H4 visa when she is on OPT. Its been close to 5 weeks. They asked her to respond to some questionnaires (pink slip) and keep checking the case report status which is a pdf document being updated every Tue and Fri on . Since she is a PhD they need to do some background check on what kind of research and all that. The report still says "Pending processing". Th irony is, it says in the instructions that, if we contact them to find out the case status, it will take longer for them to make a decision.
    Any input is greatly appreciated.


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  • zdash
    10-26 02:29 PM
    In September 2001, I came here on visitor visa with my mother and resided here till today (I was 15). I went through 4 yrs of high school, got my GED followed by an associate degree from community college and now I'm an undergrad student pursuing my bachelor degree; will graduate in a year. Meanwhile, my mother became a U.S. citizen through marriage when I was a sophomore in college, simultaneously my I-130 was approved and now waiting for the visa availability; the priority date: Dec 08, 2006, F1.
    Problem is that I turned 21 on October 13, 2006 right passed the time criterion for the Child Status Protection Act which technically makes me "aged-out" by about 2 months (filing date being DEC06), so I think that I am not be qualified as an immediate relative.
    Currently, the visa availability date is at 15FEB06 which is getting close to DEC06.

    Few months ago, I received a letter from NVC requesting DS-3032 and I-864 forms which I've filled out and sent to them but I regarded the fact that I live in the United States on an overstayed visa!!! I should have sent them a notice to adjust my status instead of paying the $70 and $400 fees that I already paid, apparently. I am not leaving the country to interview overseas with the NVC because that would put me in a 10 year ban obviously, I also do not understand how I can adjust my status with the USCIS once the priority date becomes current when I do not have a status as of now! So, I might've done all these for nothing. I've talked to some lawyers on the phone but they have completely shut my hopes down (maybe because I haven't paid them?). I do not have the money to pay for an expensive lawyer because all my funds can barely afford my college.

    On top of everything, DREAM act just got rejected from the congress as I'm getting ready to graduate from college. I have no idea what to do.

    With my college degree and knowledge that I have acquired over the years, I believe that I am an inevitable asset to this country but I am deeply saddened by the fact that American Dream is not becoming a reality for me. I know I can do more for the world but I'm immobilized by the system which I don't see any loopholes to at this point. I understand the views of the Republicans but I really wish that they can give one more look at the DREAM act. We do not intentionally break the law. I would actually be a law-abiding and a model citizen if I ever become one.

    Anyhow, I lost all my hopes and dream in this country at this point in time, that I think the only/best way is to move back to where I am from immediately upon graduation.

    If there is any hope, your help/advice/inputs will be greatly appreciated!

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  • rameshraju11
    06-06 10:11 PM
    Thanks for your response. however I could not see anything USCIS online case status that they have sent an RFE


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  • aph0025
    02-08 10:13 AM
    My wife is stuck in Bangalore right now, as she was give a 221(g) pink slip on the 16th of Jan, 08. She's actually at school, with about 7-8 months left for graduation. She's getting a Phd in Molecular Biology. Spring semester has already begun, and she's missing a lot of research, and teaching.

    When is a good time to contact the consulate? Many 221(g) cases even after her interview date have been cleared. I wonder what the hold up is.

    Also, can you please elaborate on the PIMS and Security Clearance issue?

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  • karthkc
    03-17 05:02 PM
    i have read some place in this forum that as long as you maintain your full time primary job you are entitled to use your ead for other smaller assignments without losing your H1 status. But then again I am not a lawyer just sharing what I have read.

    AFAIK, Using EAD either for a FT or PT job should invalidate other non-immigrant work authorization documents like H1B since EAD is a derivative benefit of filing for immigrant status and you cannot mix and match your status...

    If this is not true and there is a discussion on this forum clarifying that, I would like to know too...




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  • prasadn
    05-04 02:24 PM
    My cousin has I-20's from Universities A and B.he got F1 Visa with University A's I-20.
    He is in India and he wants to go to University B.

    Could anybody tell if he can directly go to University B and complete the transfer process from there? or does he need to go to University A, complete the transfer process and then go to University B?

    does it create any problems at Port of Entry ?

    PS: I have not started GC process yet. So, I didn't update my profile.

    I believe you coud've done that before the introduction of the SEVIS system. Now you will have to first report to the university that you got the visa for, and then fill out a new SEVIS form and then change to another university.


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  • skilledWorker
    08-18 01:09 AM
    You are on AOS PENDING status. Since u've a valid H1 stamped in ur passport, you are free to roam in-and-out of the country without any issues.

    Your H-1 will be invalid until your 485 is approved or you use EAD to work or AP to re-enter US.


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  • texcan
    09-24 11:22 PM
    Today i received my EAD card, It says fingerprint not available. I have not yet received FP notice

    Has this happened to anybody else, will i have to update EAD card after FP, how does this work

    Filed on July 16th, My checks were cashed on 10th Sep


    First EAD will have no fingerprints, since you have not gone through FP.
    Its normal. Read other threads.

    You will not need to update EADs, renewal next year will take care of this automatically.

    Could you please provide some more info on your filed with which service center, case transfered or not....Remember this is community site, we share information/knowledge for benefit of each other, Thanks

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  • nogc_noproblem
    10-24 03:00 PM
    As per my attorney, NO it won't affect the GC process. However the Job description should remain same as in your Labor Certificate.

    Better confirm with your attorney.

    Hi !
    My husband just had his performance appraisal today. He is presently working as a Senior Consultant.What we are wondering is that if there is any change in the designation, will it affect the GC process in any way ?

    We got our I-140 last month and EAD two weeks back.
    Kindly advice us on this.

    Vinki :)

    Note: I am not a Lawyer and this is just my opinion

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  • gxr
    10-10 10:26 AM
    Hello all,

    1. Is it Ok to go a few days early to Dallas ASC for finger printing ? I won't be in town on the scheduled FP date and I am reluctant to reschedule.

    2. Is there a time of day at Dallas ASC that is not so crowded, so that the ASC may not mind Walk ins ?


    06-16 07:56 PM
    Mine is MBA and the position is of a Business Analyst

    Ann Ruben
    04-16 09:15 AM
    Unfortunately the rules of the PERM process are pretty rigid. It is unlikely that you would succeed in getting the denial reversed and the appeal process could take a year or more. Unless you are beyond your 5th year of H-1 status, your best course is to start the process again.

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