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  • ujjvalkoul
    02-28 12:37 PM
    You should be fine. Not only you filed your extension on time (so the approval should apply retroactively, more likely that's the USCIS mistake), but two law provisions protect you:
    1) 8 C.F.R. section 274A.12(b)(20) - An H1B holder whose employer has filed a new H1B petition to extend the stay (through the current employer - NOT a job change) can work for up to 240 days based upon the pending H1B petition;
    2) 8 U.S.C. 1255(k) allows you to adjust status even if you worked without authorization for not more than 180 days.

    Oh, yes, I've had a similar RFE for my dependants to show continuous H4 status so it's not unusual.
    canu post the USCIS link for these 2 laws





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  • vxb2004
    04-28 09:21 PM
    I guess employer need to revoke unused H1Bs as part of H1B rules. Maybe that is the reason employer revoked past H1Bs to keep their side clean.

    I remember reading Murthy bullettin where she mentioned back-wages are an issue if H1B is not explicitly revoked.

    My guess.

    My previous attorney also mentioned the same thing. Looking at this thread it seems all soft/hard lud's were generated on Sunday, April 26th. Maybe a computer program flagged these cases.





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  • salai007
    07-17 06:09 PM
    Thanks to Rep Lofgren.

    I will be sending a Thank card to her soon.





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  • gcwatchdog
    10-18 01:58 PM
    No need to worry even if it's warning...
    I had a same situation with my wife FP yesterday.
    she got warning for 2 fingers........
    I asked FP officer why the warnings and does it cause any problems.then
    she replied nothing to worry it happens somtimes..
    then asked again do we need to comeback again for FP.....
    she replied no..not necessary unless and until FBI has any questions...





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  • ash0210
    11-18 03:52 PM
    logiclife, thats the "trap" (& excuse) I am trying to break by providing some solution in my earlier mail...

    Is "immigration" process a "Rocket" science?

    When this country supports "complex" process of landing on "moon" with "efficient" high-technology that spread across Electrical, Mechanical & computational areas/divisions, why not "Immigration" process?

    Look, we as "IT" guys knows that "Customer process" can be spread across different "divisons" of the organization and still we "devise" solution to implement that process by providing "homogeneous" solution...and therefore I feel that WE should not "buy" this idea of "Process" etc...

    What I am saying is..If guy/gal is having EAD for more than 3-4 times, paying taxes & "have clean police record" then he/she is not threat to "security" of country and USCIS do not avail VISA# then assign a "Temporary" VISA # to such I-485 applicant who is hanging around for last 5-6 years with EAD!!

    Also, when PD of China & Mexico is moving beyond April 2001 while "India" PD for last 7 months is "lingering" between April 15 & April 21, I do suspect of "Transparency". Why USCIS do not gives count# of Indians that are pending in BPCS and also NOT even "trying" to find out "How many Indians will complain" if they will pass beyond April 31, 2001?

    Let USCIS pass India PD beyond April 31, 2001, let them collect the complains of Indians, compile the "statistics" and let them arrive at # Indians that are hiding behind 245(i) "Titanium" wall and then we should buy this excuse of "Process"..

    Guys apart from "Political reasons", USCIS have to show some transprency for not moving "India" PD beyond April 31, 2001 to convince us...!!!


    The problem with premium processing of 485 is that there a procedures in 485, like the FBI namecheck, the Fingerprinting etc, that is perfect recipe for bureaucratic nightmare.

    USCIS is in the Department of Homeland security. That's where I485 starts. Then comes FBI namecheck. That's US dept of Justice. After that, comes the issue of alloting visa numbers. That is US State Department.

    So you have 3 big bodies of US government who have to all work at premium speed IN SYNC with each other, without passing the buck to each other, to make premium processing possible for 485 filing.

    As we all know, USCIS that alone handles I140 petitions took years to implement premium I140. Now if 3 entirely different Departments of US govt were to be asked to harmoniously streamline another procedure, then I guess its wish very less likely to come true, EVEN IF they want it as much as we do.



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  • gcgreen
    07-07 05:07 PM
    I do not know authoritatively if this is so. But logically speaking, I see no reason why not. Asking a CPA is probably the best way to go if you really want to do it only the withholding route. Many times a CPA will give you this advice free of cost. Also you can ask the tax guy at bankrate.com or some other online source where some tax expert answers questions.

    The way I see it, as far as IRS is concerned, by the deadline dates, they expect to receive the right amounts of money. Withholding is one way, estimated taxes is another.

    Also, one thing I forgot to mention in my previous post, make sure you also pay for her social security, medicare and state tax.

    Social security is 12.X % and medicare is 1.5% (please verify from authoritative source), so setting aside 14% for this is a safe thing to do.
    CA state tax is 9.3 % (again please verify because this varies based on your combined income)


    As we file our taxes jointly and hence instead of making advance payments/estimated tax payments quarterly, cant I just have my employer(w2 based) withhold more money from my paycheck every month?

    Would this extra payment through this channel suffice for the purposes of estimated payments?





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  • sekharan
    10-13 10:47 PM
    My girlfriend is an Australian citizen and I am an Indian citizen.

    Her uncle and cousins immigrated to the US years ago and she seems to have a Family-Based Immigrant VISA under category F4.

    Her parents have greencards too.

    She believes her greencard was filed for her by her uncle after he got his US Citizenship.

    1. Can this be the case? ( Can an uncle file a green card for a niece? Or was it filed by the cousins? )

    We were recently browsing the USCIS site and it seems she still has to maintain continious residence in the US for 3 more years to be eligible for naturalization.

    2. Is it mandatory for green card holders to have 5 years in the US to be eligible for naturalization regardless from the country they are from?

    I mean, a lot of immigrants come from India, China etc, but applications from Australia are a lot less.

    Will she, being an Australian citizen, have to wait for 5 years just like immigrants from India, China etc have to? Or can she wait in the US for less time?

    3. We would love to get married soon. I don't have any immigrant or dual intent VISAs for the US nor am I very much interested in going to the US either.

    However, her uncle has told her that her greencard would be revoked if she got married to me before getting her US Citizenship.

    Is this just empty an threat from her uncle or are there really restrictions on how person with a greencard can get married or not?

    4. Are not all greencards created equal?

    5. Is there any way by which we can verify, by ourselves, what is the category and type of greencard she has?

    Any special serial numbers/markings/etc?

    I would love to have contacts of good immigration attorneys either in Hyderabad, India or San Francisco, US in case this case is complicated.



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  • njdude26
    04-08 08:05 AM
    What all papers did you have. Can you please give me a list... I did my H1B renewal in Toronto Last Feb without problem. I have Indian Bachelors Degree in Engineering. Renewal went very smoothly. I had all my papers with me as required.





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  • milind70
    07-25 12:27 AM
    I did not realize this before and even my attorney did not tell me anything about this. what is the requiremnet for passport to apply I485? same time my application was mailed today afternoon in registered post. If there is slight chance of rejecting I want to call back my application and applying with new passport. what you guys think about this?

    Frankly Speaking there is no relevance,I know when i stamped my H1 for the first time visa stamping given to me was beyond the expiry date of passport in which the visa stamp was stamped.
    The deal is that when u r staying abroad other than your home country it is expected that one renews its passport 1 year before expiry.I renewed my passport one year before expiry thats the norm most countries follows. Even nowadays you go for stamping US embassy wants mimimum six month valid passport.Many people have got in trouble/issues with this since they get the full period visa but immigration officer at POE/airport only issue I 94 upto the validity of you passport,these things cause unneccessarry issues of filing for extension of status to get extended I 94. It is very important that everyone renews their passport before one year of expiry.
    As far as your case is concerned i dont think unless there are red flags in your case they are going to look at your passport expiry date ,at the max they might issue an RFE or expalnation, lawyers usually file more than requested documents like W2's ,tax rerturns etc so that RFE's can be avoided as RFE can signifacntally slow down your case processing . I would suggest you to renew your passport as soon as possible.



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  • Robert Kumar
    02-11 11:38 AM
    My previous company hires them and I used to deal with Chugh firm a lot. They are very good and professional. I did not see any issues.

    Best of luck with your EB2.

    Thanks.
    Any more feedback, please.

    Bobby.





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  • NKR
    08-15 01:57 PM
    The whole non-compete agreement is a cruel joke on the employee who finds his own project. All these incapable bad desi employers ban the employee from joining the client whom the employee got them in the first place.

    I know a friend of mine works for an employer, he found his own project through a vendor, now because of non-compete agreement he cannot join the client, nor the vendor and now the employer and vendors are buddies and thinking of other business opportunities. In all this the employee is the loser while it was he who brought the employer and vendor together into minting more money at his expense.



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  • Carlau
    01-10 09:24 PM
    If S.2611 is going to be discussed, isn't it possible that they ammend where it says that the spouse of the Blue card status worker (previously illegal worker) can work for any employer, that the same applies for the H-1B spouses? The L-1spouses can work too so why do we H-4s have to suffer?



    "... (iii) EMPLOYMENT- The spouse of an alien granted blue card status may apply to the Secretary for a work permit to authorize such spouse to engage in any lawful employment in the United States while such alien maintains blue card status. ..."

    http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/z?d109:SN02611: then select "Text of legislation" and then select "2 . Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006 (Engrossed as Agreed to or Passed by Senate)[S.2611.ES] " (unfortunately the direct link is temporary so you need to follow these instructions to reach it)

    .2611
    Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006 (Engrossed as Agreed to or Passed by Senate)
    ________________________________________
    TITLE IV--NONIMMIGRANT AND IMMIGRANT VISA REFORM
    Subtitle A--Temporary Guest Workers
    CHAPTER 1--PILOT PROGRAM FOR EARNED STATUS ADJUSTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL WORKERS
    SEC. 613. AGRICULTURAL WORKERS.
    (a) Blue Card Program-
    (1) IN GENERAL- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary shall confer blue card status upon an alien who qualifies under this subsection if the Secretary determines that the alien--
    (A) has performed agricultural employment in the United States for at least 863 hours or 150 work days during the 24-month period ending on December 31, 2005;
    (B) applied for such status during the 18-month application period beginning on the first day of the seventh month that begins after the date of enactment of this Act; and
    (C) is otherwise admissible to the United States under section 212 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1182), except as otherwise provided under subsection (e)(2).
    (2) AUTHORIZED TRAVEL- An alien in blue card status has the right to travel abroad (including commutation from a residence abroad) in the same manner as an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence.
    (3) AUTHORIZED EMPLOYMENT- An alien in blue card status shall be provided an `employment authorized' endorsement or other appropriate work permit, in the same manner as an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence.
    (4) TERMINATION OF BLUE CARD STATUS-
    (A) IN GENERAL- The Secretary may terminate blue card status granted under this subsection only upon a determination under this subtitle that the alien is deportable.
    (B) GROUNDS FOR TERMINATION OF BLUE CARD STATUS- ...

    (b) Rights of Aliens Granted Blue Card Status-
    (1) IN GENERAL- Except as otherwise provided under this subsection, an alien in blue card status shall be considered to be an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence for purposes of any law other than any provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq.).
    (A) IN GENERAL- Except as provided in subparagraph (B), the Secretary shall adjust the status of an alien granted blue card status to that of an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence if the Secretary determines that the following requirements are satisfied:
    (i) QUALIFYING EMPLOYMENT- The alien has performed at least--
    (I) 5 years of agricultural employment in the United States, for at least 100 work days or 575 hours, but in no case less than 575 hours per year, during the 5-year period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act; or
    (II) 3 years of agricultural employment in the United States, for at least 150 work days or 863 hours, but in no case less than 863 hours per year, during the 5-year period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act.
    (ii) PROOF- An alien may demonstrate compliance with the requirement under clause (i) by submitting--
    ...
    (C) GROUNDS FOR REMOVAL- Any alien granted blue card status who does not apply for adjustment of status under this subsection before the expiration of the application period described in subparagraph (A)(iv), or who fails to meet the other requirements of subparagraph (A) by the end of the applicable period, is deportable and may be removed under section 240 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1229a).
    (D) PAYMENT OF TAXES-
    (i) IN GENERAL- Not later than the date on which an alien's status is adjusted under this subsection, the alien shall establish the payment of any applicable Federal tax liability by establishing that--
    (I) no such tax liability exists;
    (II) all outstanding liabilities have been paid; or
    (III) the alien has entered into an agreement for payment of all outstanding liabilities with the Internal Revenue Service.
    ....

    (2) SPOUSES AND MINOR CHILDREN-(A) IN GENERAL- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary shall confer the status of lawful permanent resident on the spouse and minor child of an alien granted status under paragraph (1), including any individual who was a minor child on the date such alien was granted blue card status, if the spouse or minor child applies for such status, or if the principal alien includes the spouse or minor child in an application for adjustment of status to that of a lawful permanent resident.
    (B) TREATMENT OF SPOUSES AND MINOR CHILDREN BEFORE ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS-
    (i) REMOVAL- The spouse and any minor child of an alien granted blue card status may not be removed while such alien maintains such status, except as provided in subparagraph (C).
    (ii) TRAVEL- The spouse and any minor child of an alien granted blue card status may travel outside the United States in the same manner as an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence.
    (iii) EMPLOYMENT- The spouse of an alien granted blue card status may apply to the Secretary for a work permit to authorize such spouse to engage in any lawful employment in the United States while such alien maintains blue card status.
    (C) GROUNDS FOR DENIAL OF ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS AND REMOVAL- The Secretary may deny an alien spouse or child adjustment of status under subparagraph (A) and may remove such spouse or child under section 240 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1229a) if the spouse or child--
    (i) commits an act that makes the alien spouse or child inadmissible to the United States under section 212 of such Act (8 U.S.C. 1182), except as provided under subsection (e)(2);
    (ii) is convicted of a felony or 3 or more misdemeanors committed in the United States; or
    (iii) is convicted of a single misdemeanor for which the actual sentence served is 6 months or longer.



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  • centrum
    09-25 07:19 PM
    Passport is a just a travel document to enter. Once entered legally, passport has no importance for immigration (GC) purpose. There is no need to renew the passport, unless you plan to travel. In fact, you dont need a passport to enter USA, if you have Green card. The important thing is that you have to always maintain legal status in US. If you are in non-immigrant status, you have to watch for I-94 expiry, and renew them on time. Not the passport. If you are apply for GC, USCIS want to confirm that you entered the US legally with valid visa and maintained your legal status in US. They dont care about the expiry of ypur passport.

    Thank you so much for your reply. What you said was exactly what I wanted to hear. You said passport has no importance for immigration (GC) purpose. How about for H-1B extension? I do not plan to travel until I obtain the GC. Where can I find I-94 expiration date and does I-94 have to be renewed with a valid (not expired) passport? TIA.





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  • setpit_gc
    06-07 06:22 PM
    I got 1st LUD on 05/31/2009 with message change.

    Soft LUDs so far: 06/02/2009, 06/03/2009, 06/05/2009, 06/07/2009



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  • mn1975
    09-05 12:55 PM
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    09-26 06:20 PM
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  • smuggymba
    02-12 11:39 PM
    Just don't use immigration expert chandler sharma from Atlanta because this immigration expert doesn't handle immigration matters once you pay a 100 dollar fee at the reception.

    If you call to ask for an immigration expert to schedule an appointment, Mr Chandler sharma from Atlanta is the first and foremost person. When you go into this office, he says he deals in civil and business law....hahahhaha.

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    sripk
    05-17 02:24 PM
    I have Master's degree from US and have been with the company for 6yrs. This is the response from my Attorney on porting to EB2 category. My I485 was filed during July 2007. What can i do to be able to file a new PERM LC for porting to EB2 category without affecting my I485 application? Please advise.

    Thank you for your email inquiring about filing a new PERM labor certification (PERM LC) application to qualify for the EB-2 preference category. A final determination has been made on whether a new PERM LC can be filed.

    Regulations that govern the PERM Labor Certification process do not permit an employer to file a new PERM LC application for the sole purpose of shortening the wait time in immigrant visa preference categories. Company will not file a new PERM LC unless it is clearly required by regulation.

    We completed our research and legal analysis. The purpose of the research was to determine whether you can still benefit from your current case, or whether substantial job changes require, by law, a new PERM LC application to be filed on your behalf.

    Our final assessment is that while some job changes have occurred, the changes are not substantial in the context of labor certification regulations. Please note that while the group, products and/or daily tasks in your employment may be different, these changes are not substantial from an immigration perspective and do not require a new PERM LC. In addition, portability provisions of the law allow considerable flexibility for job changes when an I-485 Adjustment of Status application has been filed.

    This is not an internal policy matter, rather company's compliance with U.S. Department of Labor regulations that govern the PERM LC process.



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