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  • chintu25
    01-15 11:01 PM
    http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/F?c111:1:./temp/~c111HC0fZW:e35939:

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  • kondur_007
    08-21 07:12 PM
    Is it legal to work overtime when you are on H1B? I have been working more than 40 hours a week ever since I got my H1B (about 5 hours overtime per week on average). They pay me time and half for the hours over 40.

    The reason I ask is that I need to send a couple of paystubs as my parents are travelling to the US soon and I do not want the guy at the port of entry make a bid deal of my overtime hours (if he looks at it and finds out, which I doubt).

    The person that stamps your passport and I-94 at the port of entry, is he an immigration officer or who is he? I am writing a letter for my parents to carry with them to show that person if asked for it and not sure who to address the letter. Thanks.


    Working more is not an issue at all as long as you worked for the sponsoring employer and all the income is reported on one W2 form from the same employer for the stated job on LCA.

    On the other hand, I think you have to have "full time job" on H1 unless it is specified as "part time" on LCA specifically. So working less hours may be an issue.

    With regard to your second question: the person at the airport is Customs and Border Patrol Officer (the one who stamps I-94). You can write letter with "Dear Officer" address.

    Good Luck




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  • surabhi
    05-21 09:29 AM
    (a) I am currently in L1 and have a priority date of May 2004 and I am in EB3 category

    (b) I have an approved I-140

    (c) My 485 has not been filed yet

    (d) I just got my H1 approved and it would be effective from Oct 1 2008

    So, if I change my current job from Employer A to Employer B and if Employer B agrees to take over my Green Card Process,

    1) Should I re-file my I-140? (I presume the answer is Yes, but don't want to be a smart a**, wanted to get it clarified to the maximum extent possible)

    2) Will my current Priority Date be carried over? That is, can I re-file my I-140 with my new Employer B with the same priority date of May 2004?

    3) If I can move from Employer A to Employer B and file my new I-140, should this be done asap and before Employer A revokes my current approved I-140?

    4) How much time does it take when I file I-140 with premium processing? (I can probably find this from USCIS website, but wanted to know real-time experiences)

    5) Within how many days of joining my new Employer B should I file my new I-140?

    6) I understand that the Employer A can revoke my I-140 and use my approved labor for any other viable applicant, but I also know that the Labor Substitution concept ceased to exist from July 2007. What is the benefit for my Employer A to revoke the I-140?

    7) Last, but not the least - Should I file for a new labor where I will get a new Priority date and go back to that (god forsaken) square 1?

    Thanks in advance for your time and I am finding it difficult to assimilate the answers from various posts.

    1. yes, you should refile your I-140 . In fact you should start from labor ( to your Q# 7)

    2. You cannot directly file I-140 . you should start from labor, but you can port your eariler PD
    3. Revoking earlier I-140 has noo bearing on new labor / I-140 app, since you are not in I-1485 yet.
    4.there is no premium processing yet for I-140
    5.It has no bearing. Its upto you.
    6. Even if it cannot be used for another person, one genuine reason why employers would want to revoke is to avoid RFEs regarding "Ability to Pay" for other employees they are still sponsoring. By not revoking your I-140, their ability to pay will be reduced by that much amount.
    7. See above

    this is all based on my knowledge of a friend who has gone thru similar process. Please validate with an attorney.




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  • rajeshalex
    04-15 08:56 AM
    First thing, price , leg space, comfort & food ...All 4 it is difficult to get the best.

    Cheapest would be air India. However service/food is bad. Also they keep changing schedule.

    Singapore airlines/Cathay pacific service/food is good. Leg space is also better and
    priced slightly higher than AIr India.

    So I recommend these 2 (Singapore/Cathay)

    ( PM me if you are looking for air tickets from India)


    Rajesh



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  • pappu
    08-14 02:36 PM
    Can people convert LC pending in BEC to PERM? If So, how safe it is and how much time it takes totally.
    evaluate your pros and cons based on your own unique situations.

    the BEC uses old generous rules to process applications. thus chances of success are better

    perm is faster and thus you can get 140 done sooner to get 3 year extension instead of 1 year.

    you can transfer priority date via perm. however if your case in perm is denied, you get into problem. you cannot then go back to BEC application.

    bec should process cases by mid next year. there is lot of pressure on them. till now their performance has not been all that good and they are getting lot of flak for it.

    in the current retrogression scenario, even if you get perm and 140 approved, you will still be in the back of the line at 485.

    thus priority dates are more important. make sure any decision you take maintains your old date.




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  • das0
    06-22 02:09 AM
    any thoughts?



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  • coolpal
    02-03 03:54 PM
    I really hate to feed the troll...
    But guys, please think before you post. Feeding trolls is a waste of time, fame and everything.

    Mr./Ms. fairyangel, if you are really who you are claiming to be, then you are on the wrong forum. Your status is considered illegal, and people here don't support it.

    pal :)




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  • shiankuraaf
    01-06 09:02 AM
    February visa bulletin will be out this week any day.

    What is the opinion of gurus who analysed that latest USCS numbers about dates? what do you predict?

    I gave you RED for a misleading title for this thread. Be nice and clear.



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  • madan
    01-12 08:22 AM
    Thank you very much for the Information...

    We need like you people who help others...

    i will do this once coming back from india.

    Thank you again




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  • chanukya
    10-01 05:49 PM
    Same kind of comments by Hillary were slammed as racist comments, after which she had to re-tract or explain what she meant.

    This is a kind of Type Casting all Indian-Americans as working for or owning 7/11 or Dun-kin Donuts, some people cannot see beyond that, as they are the day-to-day interactions they have with Indian-Americans....Remember we are still not Indian-Americans, we are still Indians only, but some are aspiring to be...

    In politics, especially Election Season, anything you say will be portrayed as wrong by somebody....(bi-product of freedom of speech)....we 7/11 and Dunk-in Donut guys know well about this from our Indian Politics...Feeling kind of in India only, no difference, as far as politics is concerned, our guys have mastered this art of politics, may be US should outsource this also, they might be already doing this, we do not know.

    So do not shoot the messenger....



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  • bogy
    05-25 01:52 AM
    yep, thats why I am planning to do a masters. If all else fails.. migrate to canada :D




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  • rkp27
    07-11 01:03 PM
    Your case is just like many others here. Does that worth you own thread?
    Spend some time to read thru some posts. You will know there are many people who are with 2002 PD have not been approved yet. If there's a definitely answer for your question, why will they be frustrate.

    My friend,

    I dont know what tends to write the answer you replied.. but i am not here to find out why anybody frustrate or what any anybody is doing etc.. Its not my business as well..

    I ask question because it just came in my mind.. i dont bothers about others at all..

    God bless everyone..



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  • ujjwal_p
    06-02 06:12 PM
    My H1 B Visa and my wife's H4 is being transfered to a new employer. We filed under premium processing last friday (30th May). We have a family emergency and my question is whether my wife can travel to India before our applications are approved. I will remain in the country. Only she will be travelling. Your inputs will be much appreciated in this trying time.

    I don't think its a good idea. I think this is where the "Last action rule" of USCIS comes in. While being processed, if you leave the country, then the transfer will probably not be processed. Not a lawyer but I think you should wait to get the approval before travelling.




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  • GCcomesoon
    09-26 12:44 PM
    hermione,

    How to know if name check has been done. Is there a number to call to confirm NC clearance?.

    We had FP on 9/19 and saw LUD on 9/20. Called FBI yesterday and they say they sent results to uscis. Does it mean FP and NC clearance? Or NC is a separate entity. Please, let me know

    Hi

    I read that you have called FBI to know about the name check status.Whats thier contact no ?What inputs do they ask to get your case status ?

    Let everyone know

    Thanks
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  • thakgaya
    03-29 08:30 PM
    I also got the same mail and I sent the letter to my company attorney who responded.
    Please attach both the EB3 and EB2 I-140 approval notices, EVL from current employer which matches or similar to the one specified when you filed your EB2 labor. Also attach the latest paystubs.

    EB3 Priority Date : Oct 2003
    EB2 Priority Date: Mar 2006
    I485 Filed - July 31,2007
    2 EAD's
    3 AP's
    I 485 Approval Notice email - 26 Mar 2010




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  • mariano
    07-29 03:54 AM
    Hi!

    My employer has changed the conditions of my employment since we mutually agreed to start the greencard process (reduced benefits, increased my out-of-pocket expenses, did not give yearly increase and bonuses promised at the beginning of my employment). I am now unable to make ends meet with my current salary and there is no sign I will get an increase soon. Will this constitute as valid reason if I quit my job in, say, 1 month from receiving the greencard?

    Also, the Senior position specified in the I-140 is not available right now. Do I have the right to claim it, now that the greencard had been approved? If they won't give it to me, will this be a valid reason to quit and not jeopardize my GC with the USCIS?

    Please advise. Thank you!

    Hi!

    My employer has changed the conditions of my employment after we mutually agreed to start the greencard process (reduced benefits, increased my out-of-pocket expenses, did not give yearly increase and bonuses promised at the beginning of my employment). I am now unable to make ends meet with my current salary and there is no sign I will get an increase soon. Will this constitute as valid reason if I quit my job in, say, 1 month from receiving the greencard?

    Also, the Senior position specified in the I-140 is not available right now. Do I have the right to claim it, now that the greencard had been approved? If they won't give it to me, will this be a valid reason to quit and not jeopardize my GC with the USCIS?

    Please advise. Thank you!



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  • rajeshalex
    10-17 06:05 AM
    Dont do that. Get H1 stamped in india and then come to USA.
    If it is by a desi company, it is not good to come right now. Let him continue in the current job and when the economy/market is good he can come.

    Rajesh




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  • shortchanged
    08-28 12:14 PM
    Now that I do have receipts- should I go ahead and stop payment on the 2nd set??

    I would wait until your money is actually deducted from the bank account to be 100% sure that there is no issue with regards to your checks.Then possibly you could ask for stop payments on your check.
    Actually I have read before in UsCIS site that they will try to resubmit the check one more time before rejecting or accepting the forms.So hopefully they will resubmit it again, and since you have reversed your stop payment everything should be OK with your july2 filing. Again it is very reassuring that you have got the Receipts, and that is a sign that it was indeed properly filed, because they reject anything which was improperly filed.

    In my case the money is already deducted from the bank account, and I have check cashed images online. so I have asked for stoppayments,yeah it cost me 150 bucks for 5 checks ouch...




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  • a_yaja
    12-17 12:46 PM
    Hi,
    What's the Maximum amount of money the parents of a h1b person can carry from US to India when they are returning after a visit on B1 visa? I heard it should be a dollar less than $10,000 per person. Somebody told me its $10,000 per party. Please answer this.
    So if father & mother both are traveling back from US to India can they carry $9999 each in their hands while traveling through air? It will be $19,998 total for the party in total
    While coming to US I heard you don't have to declare the money/currency you are bringing as long as they don't exceed $10,000. So if they are taking most of that money back along with some extra cash (total < 10k per person) is it safe to avoid any questions/complications with US TSA/ CBP?
    Have anybody got into problems or delays?
    I just want to have the right information handy just in case.
    Please help by sharing the right answer. Thanks in advance

    I think that the total limit is $10K for a family (not person). If I remember correctly, on entering the country, we are asked to fill only one customs form for the entire family - and it clearly states in that form that the total allowed is a max. of $10K per person.

    Having said that, the following are considered to be cash (not fully inclusive):
    1. Traveler's check
    2. Cash
    3. Checks
    4. Money Order
    5. Cashier's check

    The following is not considered as cash:
    1. Credit cards
    2. Debit cards

    So if you would want to send more than 10K out of the country and not want to get into any issues and also be on the safe side, it would be a good idea to pre-load a debit card and then send it with your parents.




    i99
    09-26 01:18 PM
    Answer to the initital inquiry in this thread:

    I don't think anyone can know at this point. There is frontlog/backlog at different steps. USCIS information they post is misleading. Look how wrong receipting dates information is !!!...:(




    martinvisalaw
    08-07 04:08 PM
    I have asked the client to remote work from India and they said I could for six months and re-evaluate at that point. I can get a three year extension based on my I-140 approval with my consulting company (no 485, dates not current) if my client applies for a H1. I am not sure if I should or apply for a different visa.

    Can I ask the company extending me an offer to apply for H1 and then work from India for six months?
    (or) Can I just leave, work for them in India, and visit them periodically on B1?


    There is no need for you to have H-1B status if you are working in India. If you are not working in the US, you are not in any status and don't need any. You could return to the US in visitor status provided that you were not working here in the US. If you can explain to the consulate that you really intend just a short visit, even though you have permanent residence filed, you should get the B visa.

    I'm assuming that you are from India and therefore don't need any visa to work in India.



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