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  • sanz
    05-29 03:28 PM
    Could someone please detail the process of adding your wife to the existing 485 application. I am sure there are many folks like myself who had applied for 485 before they got married and now have to add their spouses whenever the dates become current
    Do you have to get a lawyer to get the process done or can you do it yourself

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  • nomorelogins
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    i guess as long as your AP is valid

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    05-14 01:50 PM
    USCIS has announced that for the third week in a row, the H-1B count sits at 45,000 out of 65,000 used. I presume this means that just a few hundred cases are being processed per week which is simply remarkable when you consider that there has been a lottery for H-1B numbers for the past two years. In my view, this is solid evidence that H-1B workers are not cheaper than their American counterparts. When one factors in the government fees, lawyer costs, travel expenses, etc. and the fact that employers are required to pay the prevailing wage for a...

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  • smmri
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  • onc
    03-29 12:12 PM
    Hello Friends,

    I have a question regarding waiver on J2 EAD.
    My husband is doing residency on J1 since last 9 months. His residency program is of 4years and plans to do 1 yr fellowship later on on J1 so total of 5 yrs
    I m now on J2 and have an EAD with me.
    My questions are:

    1. Do I need to do a waiver job after I complete my residency on EAD before joining any other hospital here in the US? or it just applies to my husband(on J1) to do a waiver.

    2. If aftercompleting my residency on EAD, if my husband gets a waiver he will be on H1 and me on H4and if the same year I get H1 fellowship program for 1 yr, can I change my status from J2 EAD to H1 without doing a waiver?

    3. How much time it normally takes to renew your EAD?

    Thank you.
    Kindly reply as soon as possible.

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  • kmdhar
    06-16 10:31 AM
    Please let me know if you have any information on this. I am in the same boat. Do we have to file different PERM if moved to different location with in same metro area(city/county).



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  • SonalP
    03-17 11:56 AM

    Can anyone know whether IGNOU(Indira Gandhi national open university)from India will consider in the list of recognized universities for applying H1 visa?

    Kindly Advice....

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  • gccovet
    05-09 12:15 PM

    Is there a time limit within which one has to enter US after he/she gets a tourist visa (B2)

    any help is appreciated


    Depends on the validity of the VISA. For example, if a person has 10 year multi entry (M) VISA, that person can enter whenever he/she wants.
    For limited time frame, say 6 months validity, there should be a validity on the VISA itself, person needs to enter in that particular time frame.


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  • anantc
    09-20 03:13 PM
    Thanks Vicky.
    So I have to file regular I-140. Any urls where you can track which is going currently or any weekly/daily updates from other sites..?
    Thank you.:rolleyes:

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    07-30 03:50 PM
    The Boston Globe reports on another case of a potential DREAM Act recipient facing deportation. Alan, the individual who is the subject of the story, is the son of Mexican migrant laborers, came to the US as an infant and his academic success has been an inspiration to children in his neighborhood. Like many others, he did not learn he was illegally present in the US until he was much older - in this case, high school. The Globe notes that Alan is going to leave the US: Now Alan sees Mexico as his only option. His mother is against...

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  • sunny1000
    11-10 04:09 PM
    I think it should be "lawful permanent resident". Someone with experience can answer better since I don't even have my greencard yet...:-)

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  • arjunram
    03-27 10:54 PM
    My Receipt date for 485 is july 27th 2007 and nebraska is processing applications for this date.

    I applied for cross chargeability on 10th March.. Any idea how long before my case is approved? My lawyer has confirmed that its possible and he claims that it should take 4-8 weeks. I wanted to check to see what the experience of people has been so far?

    Any insight is greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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  • Openarms
    04-27 04:13 PM
    We should also ask IV to fight against staying same or similar job position when using EAD or AC21. In a way that is totally against American competitive spirit and reward the bright spirit. Think about this way when some body is capable of climbing the ladder and able to provide great service to the company why can not he has been given promotion in the same field?? remember there is always somebody out there to abuse the system.... that is where the regulation should come into picture.


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    04-28 10:10 AM
    This is not really a revelation as visa fraud has been a problem for decades at US consulates around the world. But it reminds us that there are bad actors out there and US consular officials have a tough job in trying to make sure that deserving applicants get visas while they ferret out the fraudsters. The $500 anti-fraud fee that accompanies every H-1B petition is supposed to help provide the funding to properly investigate and root out fraud. It sounds like the system is working.

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  • anilsal
    01-25 09:19 AM
    your lawyer. In many cases, the "most recent action by USCIS" counts. So your H1B gets approved and then H4 gets approved, the last action may count. That is why it is important that you consult a good attorney.

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  • sneha.shah
    04-26 12:03 PM

    I am currently on L1B visa since Mar09, another employer is offering for my h1b visa. I have below queries for l1 to h1 conversion process :

    1) How much time I can stay on H1 if I apply H1b now ? My total stay in US on L1 is 1 year 7 months, not a continuous one !!!
    2) What are the good options/approach to file for H1 considering the fact that I want work with current employer on L1B for current project ?
    3) Can I apply for H1 now and later do COS any time after October ?If yes, what is the max time before I need to do COS after H1 approval ?
    4) How about if my current project completes before oct 1st and I have already applied for h1 ?

    Kindly help me for above questions, would appreciate your help.

    Thanks in advance.

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  • Macaca
    07-22 05:00 PM
    DeMint's Tactics Irk GOP Leaders ( By John Stanton and Erin P. Billings, ROLL CALL STAFF, July 17, 2007

    Sen. Jim DeMint's (R-S.C.) speedy ascension to de facto leader of the Senate's conservatives may have won him a number of fans among fiscal hawks, reform-minded watchdogs and some fellow Republican Senators, who applaud the first-term Senator for his willingness to buck the chamber's "Old Boy" traditions. But DeMint's tactics have started to chafe GOP leaders and prompted private warnings that their tolerance has worn thin.

    DeMint led a small group of Republican conservatives who successfully killed immigration reform in June and has openly dueled with Democratic leaders over earmark reform, calling them out for refusing to adopt Senate-specific earmark rule changes before going to conference on a broader ethics bill that includes them.

    That willingness to sidestep his leadership on immigration last month, and his ongoing fight with Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) over earmarks reforms, has begun to irritate Republican Senate elders, including Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) and Minority Whip Trent Lott (Miss.).

    According to several Republicans, party leaders have made it clear to DeMint that while they may give him some running room over the next few appropriations-laden weeks, they will not tolerate what they see as repeated efforts to hijack the Senate floor and the public spotlight.

    DeMint declined to comment directly on any warning leadership may have delivered to him regarding his increasingly high-profile crusades. But he did say it is up to McConnell and other GOP leaders to take up the mantle of reform if they do not want others to do so.

    "I have a lot of respect for our leadership, and we work well as a team," DeMint said. "But there are enough of us who believe this is where we need to go as a party. And we hope our leadership will take us there. But we'll take up the banner if we need to."

    Publicly, many Senate Republicans applauded DeMint's courage to take on the normally decorous chamber and for sticking up for conservative principles at a time when the party is struggling to regain its footing. But several Senators and high-level aides also privately noted that DeMint needs to be careful not to go too far, with several saying he runs the risk of being marginalized as he carves out a reputation of a flame-throwing, first-term Senator who casts aside legislating altogether.

    "You have to always be careful around here not to overplay your hand," Lott warned last week.

    Although disagreements between the two date back to DeMint's opposition to a Lott proposal to move train tracks in his state following Hurricane Katrina, the two have had an ugly split in recent weeks over DeMint's role as Republican Steering Committee chairman. According to GOP aides, Lott yanked his annual $7,500 contribution to the committee's funding after DeMint aides criticized his efforts to push through the failed immigration reform bill. Lott's move to pull the funds was first reported in Congressional Quarterly.

    "At some point [DeMint is] going to have to learn he can't always throw missiles," said one senior Republican aide. "He's going to have to work on diplomacy. But so far he's been rewarded for his behavior and has yet to pay a price for it."

    With that in mind, Republican sources said GOP leaders are keeping a close eye on the South Carolinian as he continues his crusades. Those GOP sources said conversations between the leadership and DeMint have taken place, and the message has been made clear that McConnell's patience isn't limitless when it comes to DeMint's efforts to block legislation or shut down the chamber to push his priorities.

    So far, however, most of DeMint's colleagues - especially those in conservative corners - seem to be accepting of his procedural maneuvers.

    "My own view is it's every Senator's right to protect their interests," said Sen. Judd Gregg (R-N.H.). "He was very effective on the immigration bill, and a lot of his colleagues were with him."

    And while Gregg acknowledged DeMint carries less favor with Senators over his current cause to use the ethics package as the vehicle for his opposition to earmark spending, he believes DeMint's standing in the Conference remains intact.

    "Everyone is very individualistic around here," Gregg said. "You don't run the risk of losing the respect of your colleagues just for being individualistic. It's just the opposite."

    But not all Senators view it that way, especially among veteran Republicans who cherish a chamber that's known for putting a premium on decorum, deliberation and seniority. DeMint, in contrast, was part of the more aggressive band of Republicans elected in 1994, some of whom have since moved from the more partisan House to the Senate.

    Sen. John Ensign (Nev.), who as chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee is in the leadership circle, said the reviews of DeMint's tactics "depends on what side you are on."

    For Ensign, that's on the side of DeMint and others who he called "a breath of fresh air in the U.S. Senate." Still, Ensign conceded that the approach isn't without flaw, saying: "There's always a risk, there's always a balance. But when you are in the minority, you need to exercise your rights."

    Indeed, DeMint has a loyal following among more junior Republicans, particularly his fellow House alumni, and those Senators who believe it behooves the party to fight rather than negotiate with the now-majority Democrats.

    "It's a thankless task," said Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), who joined DeMint in his efforts to defeat the immigration reform measure.

    "Some people get mad at him, they want him slowed down," Sessions said. "But right now, most Republicans respect what he's doing. Really, my impression is that even those who are dubious of DeMint's leadership are beginning to feel like this is healthy and that maybe we do need a more vigorous debate."

    DeMint said while some senior Republicans such as Sen. Kit Bond (Mo.) have supported him, he acknowledged that much of his backing has come from the GOP's increasing ranks of junior lawmakers.

    "It's not universally true, but to a point it's true. It's one of the unfortunate things that has happened to Congress over the years," DeMint said, adding that many lawmakers are afraid to speak out because they are afraid of reprisals.

    "A lot of people are afraid if they come out strong against earmarks they're not going to get any," DeMint noted.

    As for the chamber's more entrenched Members, DeMint argues that their opposition - both public and private - is motivated by their desire to keep cash flowing to their states. "A lot of their power and clout back home is based on how much money they can bring home," he argued.

    DeMint said his party would be wise to take up the issue of ethics as a central fight, arguing that in recent weeks he has seen increasing interest across the country in his battle with Reid. "In some ways this is immigration all over again in that out in the public there's a feeling that this is wasteful spending" and that Congress is failing to seriously address the issue, he said.

    DeMint also has begun to reach out to the vast network of editorialists and talk radio hosts that backed his successful rebellion against the immigration debate and has been credited with giving DeMint and his supporters enough public support to defeat the bill.

    Significantly, he also has begun to see support from other media outlets, which are not normally connected to the conservative world. For instance, the Los Angeles Times editorial board has come out in support of his work, DeMint noted, and he believes that people across the country are becoming increasingly upset with Congress' handling of earmark reform.

    DeMint - who calls the earmark process "one of the corrupting [forces] of Washington" - said McConnell has so far backed his efforts to force Reid to accept the Senate rule changes before conference to ensure no changes to the earmark reforms are made. "Mitch McConnell is very supportive of what I've been doing," DeMint said, adding that "he's asked me to work with Sen. Reid" to find a solution.

    But Reid "has been stonewalling me," DeMint said, and seemed skeptical that any solution appears imminent.

    DeMint also said that regardless of his leadership's complaints or demands - or those of the Senate's old guard - he will not back down. "This isn't a job I wanted, but I'm good at it," he said, adding, "I'm going to continue doing what I'm doing."

    11-17 10:22 AM
    Dear friends,

    I was just checking my H1b extension status and it seems that it got approved (3 weeks time). while looking for my H1b extension status i happen to find the link below,

    USCIS: National Processing Volumes and Trends (

    It gives the processing trends by month based on trends or volume of application processed. This dashboard is for all applications forms submitted to USCIS, you can select form type, office and chart type. Data can also be downloaded in CSV raw format for analysis.

    My appologies if you guys already knew about this.


    08-04 03:50 PM
    Will try to shorten the story.

    I was with ABC consulting company and had applied for GC (and got perm and 140 approved). My contract with client ended. Though ABC were good but they could not get me a project so I had to shift to another company. I talked to ABC to get my GC proceeding with extra cost. They said (and attorney also) said my 485 has been filed. As the ABC had changed their name also, as notification for I-140. They also insisted to join back.

    My new company layoff quite a lot of people. Needless to say, me also. Now my easy option is to join them back, but is there any possibility that to make me continue to work for them, they can do mess up in GC process?

    May be question is quite personal, please suggest whatever cmes to your mind.


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