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  • iam4u4ever
    06-04 06:02 PM
    You don't need to be working in the US while the AOS is pending. You just need to have the job when permanent residence is approved, or to have a job in the "same or similar occupational classification."

    what should i do if at the time of actual AOS ( The day they adjudicate my case ) I am working for another company since the actual sponsoring company is closed down ?

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  • royus77
    05-28 11:19 PM
    Heard this from our company lawyer .... uscis will issue RFE for all I-485 applications that are pending for a while to make sure the applicant still has the job offer. He got this from a very reliable source. I dont know how true it is...just sharing what I have heard.

    Can you share your company lawyer's name before when you are spreading these kind of speculative rumors ....use commonsense before posting

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  • manand24
    10-15 02:13 PM
    Well put logiclife....

    LuDs are trivial. Sometimes there are LuDs on cases for no apparent reason.

    I have had LuDs on my approved 140 even when there was nothing to begin with. Nothing pending since 140, no 485, no H1 extension. Even then there was LuD on 140.

    No one really knows what LUD really indicates. Because there is really no pattern in LUDs on cases. NONE.

    Rather than asking other blind men to lead you, why dont you take it upon yourself and find out for once and for all.

    Let's say LUDs, or lack thereof are bothering you so much that you are losing sleep over it. You are trying to connect dots over LUD, fingerprinting and EAD etc. If you really want something so badly, why dont you stand up and fight for it and ask for it. I am not asking you to help IV or contribute funds or join state chapters. If you dont want to join state chapters, then dont. But atleast, for your own good, if something bothers you so much, then do something for yourself. Get an appt with ASC and find out what LUD means. Fly to Washington DC, go to directors of operations at USCIS headquarters and ask them what LUD means and why isnt there more transparency in online status. Why do we have to connect dots with LUDS and whey cant there by step-by-step update of each petition. GO AND FIGHT FOR YOURSELF.

    Sitting here and asking other people, who dont know anything more than you do, is the same thing as one blind man asking another blind man to cross the street because the blind man is too lazy and to shy to ask someone with eyesight for a favor.

    Again, I am not doing this to goad you into state chapter or funds. Or joining IV. Dont want to do what IV asks, then dont. But atleast do something FOR YOURSELF. Drive to DC, sit in USCIS HQ and ask them for something better than LUDs.

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  • whattodo
    12-26 08:20 PM
    Well said, Kumar1. It seems like you have done PhD on immigration matters. :)

    H1/H4/L1/L2... - Non-Permanent Resident Alien
    F1/F2 - Non-Permanent Non-resident Alien.
    Green Card - Permanent Resident Alien.
    Citizen - Naturalized citizen

    Resident and Non-resident make a difference in taxation.

    Non Permanent Resident Alien - If you are on H-1, they call you non-permanent resident alien. �Non-Permanent� because you are on a temporary visa, resident because IRS treats you just like any other US citizen living in that state.

    Non-Permanent Non-Resident alien - Foreign students fall in this category (but it is not limited to them). �Non Permanent� comes from F-1 visa which is a temporary visa and Non Resident because you do not have intentions to live in the US permanently (or at least that is the farce that US embassy wants to listen). If you are on F-1 visa during, that time period you are not supposed to pay social security (6.5%) and Medicare taxes. Thanks to Non-Resident status. This is also applicable during 1 year OPT work permit that comes after F1.

    Permanent Resident Alien - Permanent word is there because you have long term visa (yes, green cars is nothing but a long term visa) and resident because IRS will tax you like any other resident citizen.

    Let me know if I am wrong anywhere. Thanks


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  • nk2006
    06-22 03:02 PM
    Do we have to send our application to one of the centers based on where we reside/work?

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  • rajeshalex
    03-25 10:24 PM
    I had asked a question ( FOIA )requesting to president to make USCIS publish pending applns based on
    country of birth and pd.
    Search for "immigration uscis"

    Please vote for this.


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  • eb3retro
    02-06 11:17 PM
    I have seen lots of thread talking about filing 485 and getting EAD and having the opportunity to jump jobs. I faced a unique situation where I realized being on H1 is lot better than having EAD and invoking AC21. Correct me if I am wrong.


    1. Spouse cannot work.
    2. Do not worry about 485 rejection.
    3. Jump companies and go up the ladder as you are in H1 and not in EAD and still port the PD. THIS IS VERY USEFUL. CORRECT ME IF I AM WRONG.
    4. No expenses for the employee for H1 related issues ( legally).
    5. Stamping required. But only once in three years if you get 3 year extn after 140 approval.

    EAD / AC21:

    1. Spouse can work.
    2. Invoke AC21, but you have to switch to similar job. This is very frustrating if you are looking to go up the ladder.
    3. If you dont have any time left in your first 6 years of H1, you will be in big trouble if your 485 gets rejected for unknown reasons.
    4. No stamping, but advance parole required.
    5. Spend yearly on parole, EAD.

    Anything else to be added to the above list?

    EAD vs H1 - which is better.. my answer is whichever stage u are in - "Supporting IV is always better"...

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  • sanju
    08-02 01:30 PM
    People have started using IV forums to report any issue with customer service. Guys, grow-up, participate in IV activity rather than screwing the effort of few good people. I am sure that people who posted on this thread about DHL/UPS/FedEx are not going to show up at the DC rally. Why are you guys wasting the bandwidth and at the same time killing your time? Wish you all the luck in finding something better to do.


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  • immigrationmatters30
    06-04 07:54 AM
    1- how will be the process and how much are the fees?
    --You employer should handle this. You do not have to pay for anything. Paying for H1B fees is illegal and you should be avoid employers asking you to pay for H1B fees.
    2- How long does it take?
    Depends on how your employer files. If the employer files in premium processing, you should know the status in 15 days(assuming they don�t ask for any other documentation)
    3- Do I have to go back to my home country to get the new stamp for extension?
    After your extension is approved you can stay and work in US but if you travel outside of the country then you need to get VISA stamping.
    4- Is there any way to renew it in USA?
    5- Is 2.5 months of work enough to apply for extension? or I have to come sooner if it is really necessary.
    -Not really.
    6- In my first interview on 2007 they got all the original documents from me and never return them back to me. should I ask for duplication?
    You should get your originals back. Next time you go for stamping they will ask for original, duplicates will not be entertained.
    7- Is there anything else that my employer and I should know and consider?
    You- Make sure you have real paying job in US with your employer.

    I applied for H1-B visa on April 2007 and the petition was approved from October 2007 to 26Th of September 2010 but when I came to USA consulate office to get the visa it became pending putting under administrative processing. It took almost 3 years to get the reconfirmation and last week I received the visa.
    The visa issuing date is 27Th May and the expiry date is 24Th August but there is another date in bottom right part of it as PED : 26 September 2010 which is my petition's expiry date.
    Now I am planning to move to USA for a long term stay so that I am selling my stuff, renting my house,.. and I just got confused by considering this date.Does this mean my visa will be expire on September and my H1 visa is just for some months? In this case does this mean I have lost 3 years of the total 6 years of the H1 visa? or the the officer issuing the visa on I-94 form in the ports of entry can issue the visa for 3 years as a normal H1-B visa?

    I have arranged with my employer to start the job on 10Th of July and I will enter USA on 8Th, so up to 26Th of September which is the PED date will be less than 3 months and if the white I-94 card that will be in my passport should correspond with the expiration of the petition, the total of my work duration, will be less than 3 months which really doesn't make sense at all but as it seems that's it!

    It seems now the only way is to apply for H1-b extension. So there will be these questions:

    1- how will be the process and how much are the fees?
    2- How long does it take?
    3- Do I have to go back to my home country to get the new stamp for extension?
    4- Is there any way to renew it in USA ?
    5- Is 2.5 months of work enough to apply for extension? or I have to come sooner if it is really necessary.
    6- In my first interview on 2007 they got all the original documents from me and never return them back to me. should I ask for duplication?
    7- Is there anything else that my employer and I should know and consider?

    I have to know the answers to these questions, first to arrange with employer and to see if they are interested and also to decide about our stuff, jobs, properties,... in my home country before entring the USA, otherwise it can be the loose of everything for us.
    Please help me

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  • hydubadi
    03-31 02:13 AM
    Hello frnds,

    Just today, started new contract job at Clients place with big consulting firm on EAD. On my first day in the evening I got a call from consulting firm saying my back ground check have criminal record from state of Idaho. Till now I never ever was involved in any kind of criminal act. They asked me to stop going to work till it is resolved. consulting firm says all the states and federal agencies cleared me where I last lived, except state of idaho where i worked for 5 months.

    Frnds please help! how should I resolve this issue. I have signed a 6 month rental lease, Left my H1B employer depending on this job. More over to all this we are expecting our first child and my wife doesnt have insurence. I was so happy I got this break but now this false check.

    Please let me know if any one was in this situation and got out of it successfully.



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  • jcrajput
    10-02 11:11 AM
    I will need to refile I485 application for myself and my wife. It was rejeted in error from USCIS. I have question:

    Should I re-file with old fees or new fees? Any one can help me here?

    My application was originally filed at NSC on July 2nd.

    Thank you,

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  • nousername
    02-24 01:28 PM
    Siva, this is not new. I had such a request back in 2004. I was transferring my visa at the time. My attorney had a university professor state exactly the same thing in a letter. The letter took care of the problem.

    I have a Master's program in US and had 3 years previous work ex. Filed my H1B transfer on Sep, which was recently converted to premium processing. Got the RFE as listed below:

    If it is your contention that the beneficialry is qualified to perform services in the specialty occupation yu have described through a combination of education, specialised training and/or work experience in areas related to the specialty . you must submit an evaluation from an official who has the authority to grant college-level credit for training and/or experience in the speciality at an accredited college or univeristy, which has a program for granting such credit based on an individual's training and/or work experience.

    With the evaluation, the official must include a letter from the dean or provost of the official's affiliated education instutions, stating that the evaluating offical has the authoriity to grant college-level credit for training and/or experience. The dean or provost must also state in the letter whether the affiliated educational instutiion has a program for granting credit based on a indicidual's training and/or work experience, If the evealuator bases the evaluation partly or completely on the beneficiary's work experience. the evaluation must vlearly demonstate that:

    ) The beneficiary''s training and/or work experience included the theoretical and practical application of specialized knowledge required by the specialty;

    2) The claimed experience was gained while working with peers, supervisors, and/or subordinates who have a degree or equivalent in the specialty

    3) The beneficiary has recognition of expertise in the specialty evidenced by at least one type of documentation

    A) Recognition of expertise in the specialty occupation by at least two recognized authorities in the same specialty occupation;

    B) Membership in a recognized foreign or United States association or society in the specialty

    C) Published material by or about the alien in professional publications, trade journals, or major newspapers;

    D) licensure or registration to practice the specialty occupation in a foreign country; or Achievements

    if any one has similar problem please share



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  • izolo
    06-07 06:26 AM
    first sorry for multiple posting, it was by mistake as it was the first time posting. then thanks for the answers. Of course it is a real job with real payment, just remember my application goes back to 3 years ago and and I finally got it with lots of efforts to keep this opportunity. I never thought they might give the visa just for 3 months. now I have to think about all options. Does anybody have any other suggestion?

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  • GCard_Dream
    02-22 11:38 PM
    I wasn't aware of that. Thanks for the clarification.

    a large number of thsoe "extra" GC were schedule A recaptures and did not affect most applicants. so really it was by profession not by country.


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  • insbaby
    11-21 11:07 PM
    Similar Question:
    I have not left the USA for the last 5 years. I have since extended my H1- thrice. So I have 3 new I-94's and the old one that is stapled in the passport. I-94 is taken at the airport when you depart, to record your departure and also to see if you were residing legally on a valid stay. Question: They always take the one stapled in your pasport. (That in my case shows an expired stay.) so should I give them the latest I-94 when I depart?.

    You should take a copy of the I-797's and detach the portion of it and staple with the existing I-94. If you read the I-797 carefully, they mentioned it to put it in your passport, means, all I-94s must be handed over before you leave. Sometimes, you may have different I-94 numbers, so it is better to give all I-94's.

    You can not do anything by retaining those I-94s after you leave, just take a copy and give them back.

    BUT, make sure that it is in valid period. If you have got a new I-797, where the period has not started, DO NOT GIVE IT BACK, take it with you to the consulate. Give I-94's only up to the period you are leaving.

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  • dvb123
    11-21 11:06 AM
    [Federal Register: November 21, 2007 (Volume 72, Number 224)]
    [Page 65588]
    From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access []



    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

    [CIS No. 2426-07; DHS Docket No. USCIS-2007-0043]
    RIN 1615-ZA61

    Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program

    AGENCY: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, DHS.

    ACTION: Notice.


    SUMMARY: This Notice announces U.S. Citizenship and Immigration
    Services' Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program. Under this
    program, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is offering
    beneficiaries of approved family-based immigrant visa petitions an
    opportunity to receive a discretionary grant of parole to come to the
    United States rather than remain in Cuba to apply for lawful permanent
    resident status. The purpose of the program is to expedite family
    reunification through safe, legal, and orderly channels of migration to
    the United States and to discourage irregular and inherently dangerous
    maritime migration.

    DATES: This Notice is effective November 21, 2007.

    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Manpreet S. Dhanjal, Refugee Officer,
    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland
    Security, 111 Massachusetts Avenue, NW., 8th Floor, Washington, DC
    20529, Telephone (202) 272-1613.


    I. Background

    In furtherance of the U.S.-Cuba Migration Accords, the United
    States endeavors to provide a minimum of 20,000 travel documents
    annually to aspiring Cuban emigrants. See Joint Communiqu[eacute] on
    Migration, U.S.-Cuba (Sept. 9, 1994) (known together with the May 2,
    1995 Joint Statement as the U.S.-Cuba Migration Accords (hereinafter
    ``Migration Accords'')). In so doing, the United States offers a safe,
    legal, and orderly means of coming to the United States. To date, the
    majority of travel documents issued under the Migration Accords fall
    into one of three programs: family-based immigrant visas; refugee
    resettlement; and parole under the Special Cuban Migration Program,
    also referred to as the Cuban Lottery. For information on the Cuban
    Lottery, see

    Two aspects of the existing array of migration programs limit the
    ability of the United States to effectively promote safe, legal, and
    orderly migration as an alternative to maritime crossings. First, with
    the exception of ``immediate relatives'' (e.g., spouse, unmarried
    child) of U.S. citizens (USCs), the number of family-based immigrant
    visas that are available in any given year is limited by statute. See
    Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) sections 201(c), 202(a) & 203, 8
    U.S.C. 1151(c), 1152(a) & 1153. The statutory caps have resulted in
    long waiting periods before family members remaining in Cuba may rejoin
    the USCs and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) residing in the United
    States who petitioned for them. Second, the United States has not been
    permitted to hold a new registration period since 1998 due to
    constraints placed on the Cuban Lottery program by the Cuban
    Government. This greatly reduces the pool of individuals to whom the
    United States may issue travel documents.
    For these reasons, this Notice adds the Cuban Family Reunification
    Parole (CFRP) Program to the list of migrant programs based on which
    the United States issues travel documents under the Migration Accords.

    II. The CFRP Program

    Under the CFRP Program, USCIS may exercise its discretionary parole
    authority to permit eligible Cuban nationals to come to the United
    States to rejoin their family members. See INA section 212(d)(5)(A), 8
    U.S.C. 1182(d)(5)(A) (permits parole of an alien into the United States
    for urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit); see
    also 8 CFR 212.5(c) & (d) (discretionary authority for granting
    parole). Granting parole to eligible aliens under the CFRP Program
    serves the significant public benefit of enabling the United States to
    meet its commitments under the Migration Accords as well as reducing
    the perceived need for family members left behind in Cuba to make
    irregular and inherently dangerous attempts to arrive in the United
    States through unsafe maritime crossings, thereby discouraging alien
    smuggling as a means to enter the United States. Whether to parole a
    particular alien remains, however, a case-by-case, discretionary

    III. Participation in the CFRP Program

    USCIS will offer participation in the CFRP Program to Cuban
    nationals who reside in Cuba and who are the beneficiaries (including
    any accompanying or following to join spouse and children (see INA
    section 203(d), 8 U.S.C. 1153(d)) of a properly filed Form I-130,
    ``Petition for Alien Relative,'' that has been approved, but for which
    an immigrant visa is not yet immediately available.
    Under the CFRP Program, USCIS or the Department of State's National
    Visa Center (NVC) will mail written notice to U.S.-based USC and LPR
    petitioners whose Forms I-130 have been approved regarding their
    beneficiary's eligibility to participate in the CFRP Program and the
    procedures for requesting parole. However, participation in the CFRP is
    voluntary. If USCIS exercises its discretion to grant parole, it will
    issue the necessary U.S. travel documents to the beneficiary in Cuba.
    These travel documents will enable the beneficiary to travel safely to
    the United States to rejoin his or her family members.
    Participation in the CFRP Program is not available to aliens who
    qualify as ``immediate relatives'' under section 201(b)(2)(A)(i) of the
    INA, 8 U.S.C. 1151(b)(2)(A)(i). The extraordinary benefit of parole is
    not needed for these aliens, since they may seek visas for travel to
    the United States immediately upon the approval of Form I-130.
    Additional information about the CFRP Program will be posted at

    Dated: November 15, 2007.
    Emilio T. Gonzalez,
    Director, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
    [FR Doc. E7-22679 Filed 11-20-07; 8:45 am]

    BILLING CODE 4410-10-P


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  • jsb
    08-31 03:00 PM
    jsb thanks.

    Basically what this all tells me is that there is no motivation from USCIS to clear things up. They like things muddied so that they can define the processing date either as Received or Notice or Receipt as per their comfort. :)

    No. They believe they are working their best. Think of an assignment received by your company's Headoffice on July 2, 07, but it came to you to work, on Oct 11, 07. If you are to provide periodical progress, what will you call your Receiving Date of assignment? Oct 11, 07.

    Processing Centers provide their monthly progress report to be published. They treat the date when they, the centers, (not the USCIS mail room) received, as the receive date, which is close to the Notice Date. Hence the confusion. If you ask them if they use ND sequence, they will confidentally tell you that they use the receiving date for sequencing their work, which to their belief is true.

    Logically RD on your receipt should be used. Even if some senior guy at USCIS decides and instructs centers to process cases in that order, can they do it. No, as their sorting of cases is in order they (the centers) physically received them. It will be too tedious to re-sort tens of thousands of cases manually, particularly when mailroom RD is nowhere other than a stamp on the file, and as manually entered info on your receipt. Many follow up documents don't even mention that date, or even PD, as they are not part of the system information. Online info also shows some date close to ND as "your case was received on...".

    There is a motivation to use up visas by Sep 30, as bosses question if they don't do that. But if they don't give visas in order of priority (whatever it be), no one questions, as it is difficult to prove someone to be wrong, or to correct even when something is proven wrong.

    Bottomline is that the whole process translates to Luck.

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  • irrational
    04-01 04:13 PM
    May I ask which Service Center is your app in.

    Mine is in TSC.


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  • pappu
    12-15 03:17 PM
    My lawyer had the following lines on this issue:

    However, on a positive note, you are eligible for a special benefit for persons born in India subject to immigrant visa retrogression issues. Since you have an approved I-140 visa petition, you will qualify for a 3-year extension of H-1B visa status, with subsequent extensions possible.

    It appears that the 3 year extension may not applicable to all countries. If you are not from India, you may like to check. If you check, please post the results for other persons. Thanks.
    whats your lawfirm's name..
    Your lawyer explains retrogression problems so nicely to his clients ,that clients feel previleged to be from retrogressed countries... and the long wait times is no big deal. Anyways lawyers will make money from periodic H1B extensions and GC fees

    05-01 12:15 PM
    I agree with you that it is a random process but the processing date that is shown indicates that all the cases prior to that date have been "served". So, TSC-Oct 14 means, cases received on Oct 14 and later are currently being served. Hope this helps.

    08-04 12:55 PM
    EB3 I - I140 pending , applied on 8/9/2007...sorry for the typo from the subject

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