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  • kaisersose
    05-22 12:01 PM
    I think it would be best if they allow us to apply for 485 regardless of priority date once 140 is approved .

    I think the chances of that happening are very slim.

    The general opinion is, EAD + AP is really not very different from the green card, especially after the introduction of AC21. This is why there is a "qualifying factor" for 485 applications - the PD should be current to just get into the queue.

    Allowing 485 applications when PDs are not current is dangerously close in effect to removing the GC Quota and for this reason, it is unlikely to happen.

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  • anurakt
    01-08 09:21 AM
    I agree with GC007. I have just been through a similar situation. My previous stamp was expiring on jan 21 07 and had gotten an extension upto 20010. I made trip to India this past december (2006) and was told by my lawyer to get the new visa stamped in India. This is because the new I-94 that you get with the extension has to be surrendered when you leave the country and on reentry you get a new I-94. That will be only valid upto the date stamped on ur passport and there is a rule that with regard to I-94, the last action takes precedence on previous actions.

    This was for my H1 and my Spouse's H4 visa.

    Are you 100% sure that it's the stamped visa date which will be given on the arrival and not the extension date ?? I was under the impression other way round ?

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  • BPforGC
    03-05 03:18 PM
    It is easier to predict which stocks go up and which stocks go down on 17th April 2009, than what USCIS does. You will have more probability of guessing powerball winning numbers than that those f***ers at USCIS will do the next month.

    Don't waste too much time on this... leave it to KARMA and enjoy your life.

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  • gee_see
    10-19 10:08 AM
    My question is can the salary go down ? and what are the risks?. I think salary increase is not an issue. What about salary decrease?



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  • cool_guy_onnet1
    06-01 01:45 PM
    Are you sure of this? I, of course, hope you are right. It would be great!
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  • purgan
    09-19 11:28 AM
    Thanks for posting, manderson.

    The line "the group's efforts will be a test of the commonly expressed view that Americans are not opposed to immigration, only to illegal immigration" says it all.

    IV should consider adopting this as a byline...

    Also, pl.include this in the "IV in the News" section. I did not see it there..


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  • checklaw
    07-13 10:44 AM
    My EAD and AP were receipted on June 9th from TSC. AP got approved, EAD still pending. So I guess these approvals are random.

    Hi Chandu,
    A quick question. Did you file AP for some anticipated travel purposes or lawyer's recommendation to simply keep extending AP also? Asking since am a 485 and EAD self filer and am looking at any recommended requirements.

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  • sapota
    02-27 11:49 AM

    Quite interesting statistics. Now we can predict visa bulletins going forward with better accuracy.


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  • helpmeExperts
    01-13 12:00 PM

    i just saw your thread about FOI.

    please care to share with me how can i do that.

    plz reply to my message

    thanks a ton!

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  • ksircar
    02-15 10:05 AM
    I like the idea. But, when I had raised a similar issue before, some member called it "like begging at Indian Temples".

    I know we Indians are very happy as long as something is free, but get very upset when some contribution is asked for the service.


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  • mmanurker
    04-13 01:54 PM
    In my company 3 of my collegues are doing exactly this. All are representing US company in the offshore development centre. there payrolls are run here in US, they are in India and all there expenses are paid by US company. They pay taxes here in US show some friends address and there 485 is also in progress
    I am on H1b and also travel a lot at times upto 4 months. (same LCA issue should be true for me also) but never had an issue....

    But I hear you, so better check with an lawyer and have a complete picture, but as I say this is completely doable.

    Well all I can say is that you all are lucky and hope that the luck does not run out down the road because in US not knowing law is not an excuse and as long as DOL or USCIS does not find this out you are fine. Giving friends address and filing taxes using friends address and filing LCA to show that you will be working from a location in US and running payroll from that state but in reality working outside USA, to me if DOL/USCIS finds out then they might treat this as LCA voilations, fraud and misrepresentation and both you and your employer could land into trouble.

    I remember few years back some of the H1B employees as well as employer(owner of the company and few others) were handcuffed and arrested for LCA voilations...

    here is the old link from murthy.com:

    MurthyDotCom : INS Raid re: LCA Violations Against H1B Employer (http://www.murthy.com/news/UDraid.html)

    here is another one:

    MurthyDotCom : Arrests of H1B Employers Increase (http://www.murthy.com/news/n_h1arst.html)

    LCA voilations also result in H1B's revoked by USCIS. Its just that after Neufield Memo in Jan 2010 that the focus shifted towards employer-employee relationship but prior to Jan 2010, most of the talk on immigration forums were about the LCA and LCA voilations.

    About you travelling upto 4 months, I am not sure how your LCA is drafted and filed. but here is some info that If an employee works for more than 30 consecutive days or 60 aggregate days within a 12 month period at a location not listed on the LCA, the employer must file a new LCA documenting that change. OR employer can list multiple locations on the LCA filed the very first time itself.
    and about your taxes, you will be considered as resident alien if you lived and worked more than 180 days in the same state/place.

    Again I could be wrong here but this is my understanding considering the kind of cases that I hear abt LCA voilations and subsequent petition denials..
    Bottom line seek legal advice from attorneys.

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  • brb2
    08-09 11:14 PM
    It is too early to tell if it definitely refers to us, but it is more likely that this IS referring to EB and naturalization background checks. Reasoning is like this - Background checks are required by Department of State (DOS) for issuing Visas. Department of homeland security (DHS) under which USCIS comes is responsible for those within the US. Now background checks are not conducted for issuing H1B visa etc. They are only for EB/N-400. So it is more likely they are referring us. Secondly, just two months back USCIS announced that it is going through Ombudsman's report and would be preparing a response. Last month FBI's miller came out and suggested they are happy with main file checks (which take less than 2 days to come back automatically) and USCIS is insisting of doing reference file checks and they would be keen to work with USCIS to find ways of reducing backlog processing times. Some options included they way background checks are done, and also borrowing workers from USCIS for FBI's NNC unit. Finally, when the fee increase was announced USCIS mentioned some of the money would go to reduce processing times and FBI asked for increasing the name check fee from $2 to $9 which means now that the fees increase has been implemented more resources to reduce time may be implemented.

    With scores of cases against USCIS and thousands of letters to congressmen and president and articles in NYT and WS Times, finally they may have realized that it is time they attended to the background check delays issue.


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  • mbartosik
    02-17 01:24 AM
    Hey, it is welcome, but it is also proof that the people running this system cannot count.
    Logically if EB2 India is U currently it means that no visas are left, I know how to count to zero, following the rules they must have found new visas under the carpet or miscounted issued visa, or expecting a lot of spill over from EB1, unless they have changed interpretation of rules for EB2, like EB2 can now take from EB3.

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  • GCBy3000
    05-19 09:35 AM
    Yes, keep all you honest opinion within your self until your shackles are removed. We all know the visa status H1B is exploting point for some consulting firms and employers. Knowing this I do not understand what is the need of expressing "my desire NOT to stay with him any longer than I need to"

    Keep this desire within your self and keep the GC ball rolling until you get some command. But you have already said so. With my experience, I would say the employers and attorneys have very good relationship which they are supposed to have. With this relationship, they will find all the means to do whatever they desire to do. So be patient and butter your employer and get your job done.

    Patience wins in this GC process.


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  • srh1
    10-29 10:48 AM
    can anyone answer this

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  • purgan
    02-22 10:11 PM
    How the hell can these service centers move processing time backwards? I don't get it. Do they work backwards?


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  • test101
    07-08 02:00 PM
    I'm sorry but why he did not say IV... i'm not trying to offened anybody people from all over are sending as well. it would make it better if he said the legal immigrant community

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  • bpc2001
    02-25 03:20 PM
    Please, the date does not mean what it should mean. Otherwise nobody can explain the fact that this date can go backwards. For TSC, it went back from May 24 to April 10.

    The processing date listed is the received date of the oldest case that they have not adjudicated or pre-adjudicated yet (maybe due to some problem). It does not mean that cases filed after April 2007 are or will not be adjudicated.

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  • GCBy3000
    04-15 07:35 PM
    I agree as long as you have filed your 485 and 180 days is passed. But in my case, I have not even crossed the labor stage. It was pending with BEC when my company asked me to move. I tried a lot to convince my attorney thinking that I might miss the boat of 485 if at all it becomes current, but it did not help.

    THe LPR clearly states that it will become void if any of the below changes.

    1. Job description
    2. Location
    3. Something else, I dont remeber.

    The above will not come into effect, if you had crossed 180 days of 485.

    Also my attorney told that USCIS will not be able to find from where I file from 485, but it is risk on my part when I go for naturalization. Also if for some reaosn a RFE is issued, any company will tell the truth and the beneficiary will be in trouble. So it is always better to file a new labor unless the beneficiary is intened to move back to original location during the adjucation process and stays at that location for 6+ months.

    I dont understand how you got away with this one after changing the location. With your example, the locational requirement of LPR does not make sense at all. Anybody can file LPR anywhere and move anywhere as long as 485 takes more than 180 days. One can deliberately file 485 with improper documentst to delay the approval and getaway. Double check with your attorney on this one and playing safe is not bad idea at all with the current USCIS mess and immigration laws.

    AGAIN, I THINK WHEN YOU FILE YOUR 485 you have to be working in the location as stated in your LPR AS PER THE LAW, eventhough USCIS will not be able to find it. Before PERM, there was a column to state the beneficiary will work anywhere in US. But this not available anymore with PERM. The bottom line is the strongest part of LPR, "THE LOCATION", does not make sense at all.

    By making you file for new labor, your attorney has played it too safe. In your case, filing a new labor was not neccesary. Please read below and check with an immigration lawyer for advice. I AM NOT A LAWYER but this advice is based on 2 different lawyers I have talked to regarding my own case where I moved from Phoenix, to Reno after my labor was filed.

    Here is the deal when changing the location while GC is pending:

    1. You can change location during your pending GC. But your job description must not change. Also, you have to move back to the location where your GC was filed, ONLY IF your 485 is processed and approved in less than 180 days from filing (I dont think USCIS will ever be that efficient and process 485 petitions in less than 180 days). That's because your option of AC21 of changing employers and locations (within the same job description, you cant work at a gas station or McDonalds) kicks in after 180 days of filing 485. If your 485 is approved in less than 180 days, then yes, you have to go back to the original location where your Greencard was filed because you dont have the AC21 options of switching employers and locations during your 485 stage ... which is available ONLY AFTER 180 days have passed in the processing of your 485 file.

    So as long as your 485 takes longer than 180 days, you can continue to work at your new location even though you GC and labor was filed at a previous location.

    2. After 180 days of filing 485, you can change employers using your EAD and change locations. No limit. But it has to be the same job description. You cannot start working as a manager if your Greencard was filed for the position of a programmer.

    04-12 02:20 PM
    A person I know of did not get paid for about 2 years but this guy went to India for stamping in Delhi.He filed a law suite against his employer before he leaves. He showed all the documents related with the case when asked and got his visa.So I am thinking your reply will not jeopardize your H1B.You have evidence that you moved of this company and filed H1- B transfer knowing the company is bad.

    Again you definetly need to consult an attorney like Murthy or Khanna to talk about this.I think you can get immediate consultation if you call their office, obviously they charge.I think it is worth spending so that you will not have mental tension.

    06-12 07:32 PM
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