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In response to the documents I sent to USCIS for RFE I received following update on USCIS web site. Does this mean anything? Particularly what should I derive for Blue colored text?
Receipt Number: LINXXXXXXXXXX
Application Type: I485, APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS
Current Status: Response to request for evidence received, and case processing has resumed.
On May 7, 2009, we received your response to our request for evidence. We will notify you by mail when we make a decision or if we need something from you. If you move while this case is pending, call customer service. You should expect to receive a written decision or written update within 60 days of the date we received your response unless fingerprint processing or an interview are standard parts of case processing and have not yet been completed, in which case you can use our processing dates to estimate when this case will be done. This case is at our NEBRASKA SERVICE CENTER location. Follow the link below to check processing dates. You can also receive automatic e-mail updates as we process your case. Just follow the link below to register.
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2011 or ACH (direct deposit).
We have been checking the website and still shows "Pending Administrative processing"
I initially got my H1 B approved under the quota for 2006 but later on moved on to work for a non profit organization on H1B. Now I am offered a job at a for profit company A, can I just transfer my non profit H1B to a for profit H1B(since I have already been counted under the H1-B visa quota for 2006) or I have to again go through the new H1 B visa quota for 2008-2009.
Thanks in advance for your guidance.
Please post ONLY approvals, LUDs, audits starting Aug 1.
Good luck to all.
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The reason for this post is as usual- too much confusion and no clear answers. i read on oh law firm that if you are not in a non-immigrant status i.e are working on EAD, there should be no gap in your EAD while you are working. Meanin you should stop working if your current EAD expires and your new EAD is pending- otherwise its a violation of law and provisions of 245 do not protect you because technically you are NOT a non-immigrant.
Is that true?????
Now, i recently had to go to India for an emergency, and had to come back on AP- did not have time to get my H1b visa stamped. I asked at the immigration counter if my H1b is invalidated and he told me it is. I spoke to my lawyer and she told me if you resume your H1b employment with the same employer- you are back in status- i kinda did not buy that though.
Can someone please shed light. My concern is that my EAD is expired- new one is pinding. Although i was on h1b when i left for India, but came back using AP. Am i breaking a law by working??
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I have a peculiar situation. I have applied for H1b and got approval notice. But when I went to apply for SSN for employment, the SSN employees could not find the new approved status in their system. Their system only shows my previous US entry status, H4.
They have accepted my application by marking it as SUSPECT in their system, meaning that they forwarded my application to USCIS for verification of my H1B approval status.
They said that it could take anywhere from 1 week to 4 weeks for verification. Does anyone run into this situation??
Please post your experiences.......
Last but not the least:
When I checked my H1B status on USCIS website it still shows that the application has been received and is still pending, eventhough I have the approval notice sent by them....
Do we need to do anything to let them know that the status hasnt been updated in their online system??
Thanks for the help.........
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The regulation bans improper commerce and payment for labor certifications. It bans the sale, barter, or purchase of labor certifications. Employers cannot seek or receive payment of any kind for activity related to the labor certification. This includes payment of the employer's attorney fees and costs. Individuals can pay for their own legal fees for separate representation, but the labor certification is regarded as the employer's cost. If there is dual representation, the employer must pay the attorney fees and related costs. This applies only to the labor certification stage.
Even if the law prohibits it, still companies pass fees and costs to the employee...
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makeup or make a direct deposit.
Let Them In Page 2 of 2 - Forbes.com (http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2010/0628/special-report-immigration-opening-borders-mexico-let-them-in_2.html)
As per this chart, wait for getting a GC in the US is as follows:
6 months wait - 75 yrs old Kenyan, son a US citizen
3 yrs wait - 24 yrs old Iraqi, translator, US military
6 yrs wait - 35 yrs old South African, computer programmer
6 yrs wait - 25 yrs old Venezuelan, student, father a US citizen
10 yrs wait - 31 yrs old, Chinese, a factory worker
20 yrs wait - 25 yrs old Filipino, student
35 yrs wait - 35 yrs old Indian, computer programmer
131 yrs wait - 30 yrs old Mexican, H.S. diploma, sister a US citizen
Source: Department of State; US Citizenship & Immigration Services
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I paid $350 to my attorney. However there is no filing fee.
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Glad it is not cancelled with prejudice! Never knew so many terminology associated with immigration.