By saying they wouldn't adjudicate your case becase its PD is not current, I meant they wouldn't approve your case. But they will look at your case. If something is wrong, they'll correct it or send you a RFE, both of which will result in updates. If everything is all right but only your PD is not current, they will "put in suspense" your case, which will result in an update too, and send your case to some on hold shelf. When your PD is current, they'll approve your case.
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EAD expiry date
H1B expiry date ( ETA9035E date,reciept date,approval date )
if you have vacation , then POE date .
... any thing else to add ?
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Probably this question has been answered somewhere else, but I just could it find it...
Basically, I need to know if it's required to actually send 3 years taxes or w/ Ws would be enough as initial evidence. The i-134 DO NOT ask for taxes, but for bank letters, employment letters and I think that for W2's.
Any past experiences would be much appreciated!
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I hold different administrative and accounting responsibilities in my company. My company can't sponsor me as an accountant, because I don't have too much experience.
Are there any other occupation which can fit my responsibilities to get an H1B visa?
Thank you for your help.
I am currently on H1B (company A) and am waiting for my new employer (company B) to do the transfer of my H1B. The stupid thing that I did was I gave my two weeks notice already (I have about 10 more business days left). My questions are:
1. How would the USCIS knows my last day of employment in company A? Do they know this only if employer A terminates my H1B?
2. What if I ask employer A not to terminate my H1B, at least until the actual filing (by company B) occurs?
Please advise, suggest and/or comment.
Thank you in advance,
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My new EB2 I - 140 got approved with my old NIW-I-140 priority Date March 29th 2006 which is current for India now.
My I-485 (EB3) is pending throgh my spouse and I am the secondary applicant
Can I file another I-485 with my new I-140 (EB2) ?
Is there any way we can link my existing I-485 with my new I-140 (EB2)
Appreciate your suggestions.
My attorny is consfused with this situation and trying get mor information.
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There is no point in guessing the visa bulletin......
Any news when this would be out and what to expect..??
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My wife is on H4 right now and I am on H1, though we got our EAD last year, but I am still using my H1 and not used my EAD yet, So is it possible to apply for Social Security for my wife, will applying for Social Security Number, considered as using EAD and H1 becomes void.
Can anyone please reply.
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LPR = "Lawful Permanent Residence" = green card holder.
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The EB-5 Immigrant Investors Program is recently extended to September 30, 2012. The statutory requiments of the EB-5 visa are burdensom. Approximately only about 1,000 people a year have immigrated in this category -- just one-tenth of the visa available.
For the regular program, the enterprise must (1) be one in which the person has invested at least $1 million (or at least $500,000 if investing in a targeted employment area), (2) benefit the U.S. economy and (3) create full-time employment for at least 10 U.S. workers.
A business can be used for employment-creation classification by more than one investor, provide that each investor has invested the required amount and the creation of 10 full-time jobs may be attributable to each investor.
The investor is required to enter the U.S. to engage in a new commercial enterprise, i.e., the investor must maintain more than a purely passive role in the new enterprise, and he or she must either be involved in the day-to-day managerial control of the commercial enterprise or manage it through policy formulation.
USCIS does not require retention of employees until a reasonalbe time after conditional visa is issued. Normally, a comprehensive business plan supporting the need for 10 employees within the next two years is acceptable.
The procedure to apply begins with submitting initial evidence with an I-526 petition. If the I-526 petition is approved, the investor becomes a conditional resident for two years. After the two years, the investor has to file an I-829 to remove the condition. It must be accompanied by evidence that the individual has invested or was in the process of investing the required captial, and the investment has created 10 full-time jobs.https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/1142140030762969806-6519671685318254492?l=deimmigration.blogspot.com