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    12-06 01:21 PM
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    03-08 10:35 PM
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  • smiling08
    09-19 08:52 AM
    HI All,

    I am curious how long does the I-824 gonna take, because I may need to change the consulate in Canada to activate my H1-B visa. But I dare that there is not enough time. Thanks a lot!


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  • hbk
    04-14 07:57 PM

    I have applied for H1B Extension for 3 years based on I-140 approval at VSC under premium processing.

    Just want to know that I have submiited following documents along with it, are they sufficient/enough to get approval?

    1. Resume
    2. Master's mark sheets,Degree & Transcript
    3. Bachelor's Mark Sheets,Degree & Transcript
    4. Previous H1B Approval Copies
    5. Old & New passport copies
    6. I-94 Copy (Front & Back)
    7. Client Letter with resposiblities,role,technologies & project details (without end date)
    8. Business card for me from client
    9. Business card for Client Manaager
    10. Vendor Letter with resposiblities & project details (stating that can't provide contract papers between vendor & client due to client's policy)
    11. Last six months pay checks.
    12. Last three years W2’s (2007, 2008, 2009)
    13. Copy of I-140(EB-2) Approval notice
    14. SSN Copy
    15. Driver License Copy
    16. Degree evaluation report
    17. Contract papers between employer & vendor (not purchase/work order)
    18. Employment Offer Letter between Employer and Employee

    Model : Employer(Consulting) --> Vendor --> Client
    Working for this client from last 20 months.

    Above documents are enough to get approval ?
    What are the chances of RFE?
    What are the chances of approval without & with RFE ?

    I will greatly appreciate your response.



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  • gcpadmavyuh
    09-23 12:24 PM
    An H1/ H4 was in their list. But my Wife used her EAD and is no mor eon H4. They advised her to apply for F-1, which I dont think is an option (the F-1 application will be rejected anyways, because of the already demonstrated immigration intent).
    Did you ask them what are those acceptable documents?

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  • pd_recapturing
    08-14 05:51 PM
    Hi, I recently filed my I-485 using my pre-approved Eb3 I-140 (PD:May 2004). Around a month back, I applied a new EB2 I140 and that got approved today so I have ported my PDs to this new EB2 I-140. Now, I am planning to file an amendment to replace the EB3 I-140 with EB2 I-140 attached with my I-485. Some people call this process as interfiling too. Can somebody please let me know if he/she has done it before and how long does it take to get affected?


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  • sathyaraj
    11-01 09:53 PM
    I depends on how many of them are in line already. If there are more than 61,000 with PD > 2006 then it will not help much. Also IV focuses on alleviating issues of all skilled immigrants issues not for specific group.

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  • BharatPremi
    12-05 03:38 PM
    I know that applying for citizenship is not can have a PR and continue to be so for as long as you like....Is there a shell life for PR ...can you keep renewing it indefinitely ?

    Yes. One can be on PR till the last day on earth provided fulfilling all obligations as PR. One does not have to be a US citizen.


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  • wellwisher02
    03-27 03:22 PM
    Has anyone gone to Vancouver for H1B stamping? Please share your experience and any pointers. It will be a great help.

    Also, I found this on Vancouver consolate website:

    "Passports and visas will be returned to the applicants with Canadian addresses by Canada Post, generally within three to five business days after the visa is approved. In person pick up will be available only in a legitimate emergency (as determined by the Consulate). "

    This is disconcerting. I do not have luxary to wait 3-5 days to get my stamped passport via mail. Is this a standard process? Will they allow in-person pick up the same day?

    Thank you.


    Lemme share my H1B Visa stamping in Vancouver, BC in July 2006:
    1. First of all, you need to fix a Visa Stamping appointment via
    2. Get a Canadian visa to make your trip to Canada. (I didn't have to do this since I hold Canadian Green Card.)
    3. On the appointment date, be atleast 1 hour ahead of your appointment time.
    4. Do not carry any electronic items (car remote, camera, etc) and food/liquid.
    5. Carry all the relevant paperwork along with cash in US dollars, just in case you wanna pay fees by cash.
    6. Present the documents asked for, and answer questions posed by the Visa officer confidently.
    7. The attending Visa officer will tell you to go to a particular counter to pay a reciprocity fee.
    7. Once the fee is paid, you need to collect your passport with new H1B visa stamped the next day at 3 PM.

    You will not be able to collect your passport with H1 Visa stamped the same day. If your paperwork is organized (meaning you have all the relevant documents for H1B visa stamping), you'll get your passport the next day. Normally, it is stated in their printed document that it would take 2 - 3 business days. In reality, you can collect it the next day unless your case requires more investigation (due to any missing documentation, etc) by the US consulate. You should stay there for atleast 2 business days to get your H1B visa stamping done. Getting your visa stamped in contiguous neighbouring country like Canada and Mexico is convenient as opposed to going to your home country which would otherwise cost your more time and money.

    Hope this helps.

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  • amitarora74
    08-04 01:32 PM
    I had absolutely no trouble. I have travelled to India and also to Canada(by Road) and used my AP both times while my wife had GC and my kid her US passport(all different status:-)), we all went to same officer and he never asked anything on why i had different status etc


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  • rb_248
    03-30 11:02 AM
    If he is ROW EB2 he will get his greencard soon. I485 processing times are reduced to 4 months average per USCIS Director.

    A former colleague of mine from B'Desh got his GC in 14 weeks.

    ROW EB2 are talking in terms of weeks, not even months. We, on the other hand are talking in terms of decades, not even years.

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  • johnggberg
    08-10 12:55 PM
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  • unseenguy
    02-23 12:01 PM
    Hello everyone - My company has announced a 10% across the board paycut. I am sulking over it as there is no job guarantee. I am in a big consulting org. There are no new projects coming and my project is there till end of April. I have I140 approved but I am afraid that my employer may seek to revoke it , if I leave on my own.

    Gurus - Do you think it is wise to use AC21 in this situation. It will take years for me to get back to (2-3) my original salary level and if I accept the paycut and lay off happens, the future employer may seek further paycut or same salary.

    My wife has already lost job and hence I am paranoid that I have taken almost 50% paycut if we consider 2 incomes. I dont think economy is THAT bad.

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  • tiger05
    03-01 05:13 PM

    I am working for company A and I applied for H1 transfer to company B. They applied for premium processing on 25th and on 27th feb i got RFE.

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    All payroll summaries (W-2 ) evidencing wages paid since you began work in H-1B status.

    I came to US on 2006 feb, the attorney is submitting my W2s on monday. But my 2006 W2 is not good i have only 20K on 2006 W2, 2007 and 2008 W2S are good.

    As my 2006 W2 is not good , does it effect my H1B transfer.

    Please let me know your thoughts.



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  • starseed
    07-21 05:49 PM
    I did read some other posts re: this, but I'm not too sure how to go about it, what to say to them, etc? Should it be in writing, by phone? Plus the state of CA is so overwhelmed with budget issues, do you think they'd want to devote time to it? :confused:

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    01-26 12:20 PM
    Who deleted it?

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  • tdasara
    04-06 07:41 AM

    In December 2006, a law was passed to ensure Minor League Ball players get their greencard in 6 months!!

    Minor League players == no education, no English, just plays ball!!

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  • webm
    04-08 11:10 AM
    Please see my signature for details.

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  • chanduv23
    02-05 03:39 PM
    I know the residency application process. I needed help in finding out any hospitals or institutions offering the observership programs.


    go to , you will get excellent help there, it is most happening for FMGs , from what I hear, getting an observership needs recomendation, so start using your network to find any doctors. Observerships are generally not given to people without recomendation because of the HIPAA rules. You may be better off seeking a research position too, stick to New York City where you have a lot of community hospitals and are h1b friendly and you will definitely find some of your alumni, seniors etc... So start off now and try to get some leads.

    Good Luck

    One more piece of advice: Though u may find a lot of Indians/South Asians on h1b doing residencies, things are changing now, hospitals are now very choosy on h1bs and it is a challenge to secure a residency on h1b. A lot of H1bs are given to people with exceptional scores with experience and most of them go to people who have UK clinical experience (people worked 5 to 10 years in UK) as they seem to be a natural fit. So do your homework and work towards your target.

    07-23 12:08 PM
    ya , in ur words agents

    raju_abc. With all due respect to new members.

    For one, where you should work is up to you and this forum is NOT the place for questions like, what location is the best to work at.

    Secondly, do you realize that you have wasted a perfectly good H1B visa that someone else could have obtained?

    02-23 06:36 PM
    Its really bad out there.... take it from someone who was just laid off. It took me around 2 months to get a new job and that too at a lower salary and in a neighboring city where I am now faced with a 2 hour commute each way. So no, its definitely not as rosy as you think.

    That being said, if you are good at what you do you will find a job. It may take a while but if you are truly good then you will be ok. I completely understand the need to maintain salary levels to ensure career progression. That was the main reason I left my original GC sponsoring employer who while being great with everything else, just wasnt a good enough paymaster and that led folks to believe I wasnt really that good when I would mention the work I was doing. In hindsight, I wouldnt have had to scramble like this if I had stuck it out at my old place. But c'est la vie.

    As some folks mentioned, try and get a feel of the market. Attend as many face to face interviews as you can and refine yourself as you go along. And dont accept anything in haste. A good thing is that a lot of recruiters told me that when the market gets better all the folks who were forced to take paycuts will easily be able to justify the lower salaries they were forced into accepting at that time. So, even if you do have to take a paycut, it wont hurt you for long as long as you change jobs when the market gets better.

    Good luck!

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