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A highly-skilled Architect from Mexico, Pablo moved to the U.S. in 1999 when he got a job offer from a New York architecture firm, seeking skilled architects overseas to fill the shortages that the industry faced. Pablo has a Master of Architecture degree with Honorable Mention from the best university in Latin America. Upon arrival in the U.S., Pablo quickly showed that he was an exemplary employee, working hard, late and on weekends and beating all expectations. His wife, also an architect, also outperformed all expectations. Their employers say they have no better employees.
After nearly 10 frustrating years of waiting and with no Green Card in sight, Pablo has job offers in Canada, Australia, France and his native Mexico, and has decided to pack his bags and leave the U.S. in January of 2008. His employer is very upset because their hands are tied and they cannot retain their best employee.
he means he will send out the package (file) on July 2 and it will reach USCIS on July 3. there is no other way to do it
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I saw three LUDs on 485 applications after FP. Last as latest as August 23rd. No recent LUD on EAD or AP yet.
What should I expect?
AC21 - Job title can be different but job duties have to be similar. Similar duties are a MUST to avoid any issues with AOS.......also you dont have to inform USCIS that you changed your employer........there are pros and cons of it but what I have seen is that most people do not infrom USCIS......when USCIS comes to a point that they will adjust your status they might check with you if you are working with same employer and issue a RFE which you can respond to easily with the help of an attorney (just hv to make sure that job duties are similar and the new employer will issue you a letter which will prove it)
Make sure that you talk to HR and your manager if you take up a new job to acertain that job duties match, run both job descriptions by your attorney......better to take precaution than to be sorry.
I am planning to apply for EAD and AP. Debating myself if I have to go with e-filing or paper based. Some one told me, paper based DOES NOTrequired biometrics where as E-filing DOES need biometrics? Could you please shed some light on this?
I had applied for my wife through paper and they did not ask for her fingerprints. I had applied for mine through efiling and they did ask for fingerprints. I was not in town on the day that they had asked me to be at the service center. So I requested a later date. Lo and behold one fine day I got my EAD approved without any fingerprints. Don't ask my how it was approved but that is the case.
Please enter the details of your Green Card application in your profile.
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Yes u need to submit only scanned copies/photocopies to uscis along with i-485.And keep originals with u.U might be asked to show the originals only at the time of interviews and also incase if they have sent u any RFE.
I too submitted the scanned copies as per my lawyer's instructions.
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I got married and then applied my spouse's on Aug 16th.
Since I am married now, will that cause my application to get rejected as I applied as Single.
I am not sure how would this be handled at USCIS end ?
Any idea ?
I believe your application won't be rejected as you can always add on your spouse to your 485 application after you get married, before your 485 application gets approved or rejected and when your priority date is current
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i got a LUD on 140( 9/21) after 2 weeks of 485/EAD/AP RN ..
all the RN from SRC...
any one on the same boat
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Thanks for the help.
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Information for H-1B Visa holders
H1-B visa-holders and their H-4 dependents residing in Georgia while waiting for approval of adjustment of status to U. S. legal permanent resident shall have the same privilege of consideration for payment of in-state tuition rate as a citizen of the United States. These individuals must be able to show clear evidence of having taken all legally permissible steps under applicable provisions of immigration law toward establishing legal permanent residence in the
United States and the establishment of domicile in the State of Georgia at least 12 months prior to the first day of classes for the term in which they are seeking payment of the in-state tuition rate.
One or more of the following documents should be submitted as proof of taking the appropriate steps toward U.S. legal permanent resident status.
I-94 (Arrival/Departure Record)
Form ETA - 9089 Alien Labor Certification Application
I-140 Immigrant Petition for an Alien Worker
Receipt notice (I-797) for filing Form I-485 - Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status
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I have one question though which I have already posted but didn't see any response. It would be nice if someone can clarify my doubt..
I have one question with regards to changing employer. My I-140 was approved long ago (in 2005) under EB3 and was filed for AOS during July 2007. But now we re-filed labor under EB2 got approved and refiled I-140 under EB2 category. I-140 under EB2 has been filed recently so I am assuming it will take months to get it approved. Now I am thinking of switching to new employer so what are my chances to move to new employer. Sorry am not sure if this message is already posted or not.
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I don't think that you will have any issues if you don't go for visa stamp and stay in US during the duration of your studies.
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I guess we get FP for 485. Not for EAD or even AP.
You will get second (or even third or fourth...) Finger print notice(s)
until you get GC every 15 or 18 months.
They need to renew their FP database.
Hope this helps.
Do we get FP again for second EAD :confused:
Thanks in advance.
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It really doesnt fit in anywhere lol - But I can experiment a bit see what I can come up with. Can I resubmit my entry?
My employer is a small consulting company,which don't have own projects.So they pay only when I get project with other consultancies companies and bill through them.
http://www.immigrationvisaattorneyblog.com/177934_bus_queue_v.jpgMajor news for relatives of legal permanent residents who have been patiently waiting for their petitions to become current. The Department of State reported in the September 2010 visa bulletin (http://www.travel.state.gov/visa/bulletin/bulletin_5113.html) that applicants who are spouses or children of greencard holders (filed as late as January 1, 2010) can now be processed for greencards. This is true for applicants from all countries except Mexico and the Dominican Republic, whose priority dates aren't far behind either: January 1, 2009.
What is a a "priority date," you ask? A "priority date" is a legal term of art that can be exceedingly hard to explain (especially in a blog), but I'll try. Let's start with basics. There is a quota on how many immigrants can come legally to the country per year. Imagine the quota like it is a long line of people lining up for a greencard. The people at the front of the line are those whose relative petitions were filed earliest, ie those with the earliest "priority date." A priority date is established on the date that your petition is received by the USCIS. Of course, the earlier your priority date, the sooner you can later ask for greencard status. Generally, priority dates always move forward, but these dates can also go backwards, and if applications aren't received by USCIS before this "retrogression" happens, applicants are back to the waiting game.
In the past month, the (F2A) priority date in the the family-based second preference category (ie for spouses and children of greencard holders) advanced from March 2009 to January 2010! This has made an incredible difference to those who have been waiting to be reunited with their spouses and children, rather than expecting a year or more of wait, this category of new immigrants can now start processing their greencard applications. If you would like assistance in making sure that your application can be made as quickly as possible, contact the attorneys at Fong & Chun, LLP before those dates retrogress. --ecf