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  • thomachan72
    11-03 02:12 PM
    3% seems very good.
    Also if you can set aside some money for >3 years, putting it in an NRO term deposit is also pretty good. Now they range around 7.5 to 8%. You can repatriate the interest income after due taxes are paid.

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  • jcrajput
    07-17 04:39 PM
    Sorry I can not answer your question. But I have one question for you see if you can help me.
    You said that by AUG 2008 bulletin, your dates are current.. Which date we should refer to? Date from I-140 or date from I-485?
    Can u pls help?


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  • punjabi
    08-07 05:57 PM
    ...that means your application has been accepted.

    If the supporting documents are not complete or if USCIS wants more evidence, you should get an RFE. USCIS post Receipt Notice only after they make sure that at least the very mandatory supporting gdocuments are in proper order!

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  • jagadeesh
    12-14 06:17 PM
    Thanks for your reply.


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  • xtronics
    04-13 02:28 PM
    You can go there. But at risk.
    Please click on the link above to read the stories about the H1/H4 stamping. I know it is for people with research background only, but I heard general cases (like engineering, sports,,) being stuck for more than 3 months as well.
    What is her education background?
    My wife who is a PhD from US university is stuck there from the past 3 months still no word from them.

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  • ricky26
    02-07 12:55 AM
    Thanks for the reply.

    What if, only H4 holder (AOS pending) returns to USA using valid (till Dec' 09) H4 stamping ? Do they (at POE) come to know that spouse's 485 has been approved ?

    H1 holder (485 approved) will return afer couple of days.

    Urgent please help by giving your suggestions/opinions/experiences.

    Thank you.


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  • desitechie
    11-03 01:53 PM
    I'm thinking of opening savings account with Alliant, currently pays 2% APY.

    Money saved is money earned!!!

    Does anyone have accounts with them? If yes, can you tell the experiences - good or bad with them?


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  • prav27
    05-27 06:38 PM
    In order to do this, she will have to leave the country and apply for a H-1b consular processing. Get a new visa and come back into the county on H-1. She cannot file for a change of status to H-1 from AOS.

    Thanks for the response, but does that means anybody who is on EAD cannot apply for H1B while in US ?


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  • applejelly
    11-25 02:24 AM
    Thanks :D

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  • kingpin60
    07-16 04:08 PM
    Hi everyone,

    Here is my situation and I need URGENT help.

    I am currently on L1-A for past 7 years (Visa expires Nov 07). During this span my company's attorney has unsuccessfully filed my I140 (twice was rejected at NSC and later TSC - due to 3 year degree and also my job description prior to transfer to US did not showed I have managerial/management function of a department). He refiled again this time with proper documentation and additional support letters from senior exec from my company.

    I suspect he has been making mistakes in my filing and my time is running out. I am thinking of using my own money and hire another lawyer to file a fresh I140/485. Is this possible since I have already 2 pending I140; one at NSC under EB-1C and another at TSC under EB-3?

    Please reply urgently if anyone has the answer to my question as I am running out of time.

    Thanks in advance.


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  • mrsr
    06-17 10:08 AM
    A# will be on yr approved I140 above yr name ,in beneficiary column
    both . copy of i94 original + approval notice . is shd have the same number if u have not travelled outside

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  • telugu_power
    03-02 07:13 PM
    I always wonder these ARAVAS deserve GC?

    Because where ever they will make lot of fuss there and cause so many troubles to hosting country...

    Srilanka they made a beautiful country as almost ash because of their perverted intensions..And Singapore they will never go with country's best interests...and Malaysia....
    And even in India see the support to LTTE (Openly)

    Also all most all these ARAVAs are blue collar cheap labor, I don�t know how a considerable number of Tamils getting h1b
    Actually USCIS needs to think about them to avoid future problems...


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  • bayoubengal
    12-16 01:58 PM
    I have a question, with the current retrogression and processing dates what is the time for one to get a green card, given that the labor,I-140 being cleared within months, but what is the overall time to wait. Is the process moving forward or is there any improvement ?.

    If any one can throw some light on it , would be Great.

    Confused Desi,:)

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  • panky72
    07-14 05:55 PM
    I filed my I-485 in July last year. My PD is EB2-Feb 2007. I could not file for my wife since she is pursuing her medical residency on a J1 visa with the 2 year HRR requirement.
    My queries are as follows:
    1. For the interfiling to happen does she need to be done with her J1 waiver or even when she is pursuing it as that is a H1B visa?
    2. If I get my green card before she is done with her waiver then can I still file for her later or will her case then be treated as a family based petition?
    I will really appreciate if somebody can provide some insight regarding the same.
    Saket Kapur

    Hi Saket
    you can file for her I-485 only after she is done with 3 yr J-1 waiver requirement. As far as your second question I don't know the answer.
    Good luck.


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  • wizpal
    05-02 07:35 PM
    A LCA has to be filed prior to your working at a new location. Make sure to file it ASAP. It's a simple procedure to follow.

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    12-18 03:40 PM
    Individuals who apply for a non-immigrant visa must be admissible to enter the United States. Inadmissible grounds to deny entry into the U.S. include, but not limited to the following:

    Communicable disease;
    Criminal record involving crimes of moral turpitude;
    Possession of or trafficking in a controlled substance;
    Trafficking persons;
    Involved in money laundering;
    Previously removed (deported) or previously overstayed a period of admission to the U.S.

    If a non-immigrant visa holder subsequently becomes inadmissible and thus ineligible to enter the United States, depending on the inadmissibility ground, the visa holder may apply in advance of travel for a temporary waiver of inadmissibility. The waiver application is applied directly to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) prior to travel. Along with the signed Form I-192, Application for Advance Permission to Enter as Nonimmigrant, the applicant must submit the filing fee of $545, an official police record from country of nationality, proof of citizenship, and supporting documentation regarding the inadmissibility showing rehabilitation and character reformation. For questions concerning eligibility of the temporary waiver application, or any other area of immigration, call Kraft & Associates at 214-999-9999.

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  • BMS1
    11-02 04:58 PM
    One of the biggest gripe, that legal retrogressed immigrants have about the immigration system here, is that the current retrogression locks them up in one position far too long for them to grow in career. Either your company was not advised properly by your attorney or you were not aware of this simple rule that you need to work in the same job category (with as many employers as you wish subject AC21) until about six month passes after you get your green card. Otherwise you could run into trouble at some point.

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  • Ann Ruben
    01-18 06:52 PM
    What is your US immigration status?

    Are you a US Citizen?

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  • Saralayar
    08-11 03:06 PM
    oh, i signed for my daughter aged 16
    USCIS instruction say that if they can sign, they can sign the forms. Otherwise, you can sign and include signed by father or mother in front of the signature.

    03-21 03:14 PM
    Oh I see, sorry about that! I'll make two threads one for each and maybe delete this one?

    08-25 12:11 PM
    This is not the appropriate place to ask this question. Most of us here are still waiting to get our green card. You may find answer to your question at another forum that have people who already took the oath.

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