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  • Hi My emplyer is saying that he will apply for extention 3 months before expiry . So I guess he will apply in July . So in that case I need the Paystubs of May and June . Am I right ?

    Yes, according to English Calendar :)

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  • I would like to share my I485 experience.

    1.Brief History and Denial reason.

    Did I485 interview at local office in Jan 2009.
    Got Denial notice stating that I485 filed when dates are not current.
    This is not true. Filed I 485 in 2007 July Fiasco.
    Immigration office recived application in AUg 2007, well before deadline Aug 17'2007.
    Got I485 receipt in October.

    it was denied due to clear error.

    2. Filed Service MTR with out filing Fee ( as this is service error)
    Did not get any communication for 3 months.
    In between took info pass couple of times and it did not help.

    Wrote letter seeking help of senator explaining situation.

    Immediately got reply that case was reopened and I797 Notice of action was mailed to me stating that case was reopend and finger prints expired.

    Did finger printing in May.

    Since dates are not current, I am not expecting any approval.
    AT least I am happy that. case was reopened.

    I heard that some 485 was denied ( 2007 July Fiasco) due to same error. I posted this experience as it would be helpfull for any other denials cases.


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  • considering the sensitivity, I don't think they will drag this more than what they need to......I think we will see a vote on Thu or Friday this week.........all eyes on ammendments!!!

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  • Good Question. Why no one from IV posted that yet?

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  • ram_ram, I failed to mention that this is my second H-1B, there was a lapse of less than a year between the two H-1Bs, so I guess my current one is considered a "new" one instead of an extension (I could be wrong though).
    Why didn't they just give you an I-94 that was valid until Sept 2007, because of it being less than 6 months validity, is that right? Glad it worked out for you :)

    tdasara, once again, I hope this is what happens to me as well! Thanks for the response.

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  • I think there is no truth to this. Can anyone point to a link to verify?

    Found this link at Thomas site

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  • FB spillover from a year gets added to overall EB quota of 140K for next year. And each category gets its proportional share of the spillover.

    do we know how much it is for this year?

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  • My close friend mentioned - recently aged parents of a Cisco Systemss manager came from Madras. They arrived in SFO and were asked to go back, since they had come here a year before and had asked for an extension of visa from 6 months to 1 year, they stayed and then went back. They came back this year to visit and were denied entry at Port of ENtry. His parents were in 75 years range and have vowed not to come back.

    I believe their doucmented were in order otherwise. So it is tough to take things for granted.

    I'm sure a good lawyer can work on this. Extension is 100% legal and I don't think any USCIS officer can hold one back for that reason!

    But in any case, this sux big time. The person whose parents were sent back should stand up and take this issue up rather than meekly give in.

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  • Did any body received FP notices from TSC recently. Looks like TSC has become slow for TSC direct fillings.

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  • no comments on the above ..or a different / better idea ??

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  • Dosen't matter if you are on H1 or EAD documents to be sent for AP are same. Here is my list. Pls also check other posts to get a second opinion.

    - A letter requesting AP explaining why you want to travel.
    - $305 check
    - Copy of I-140 approval
    - Copy of I-485 receipt notice
    - Copy of EAD
    - 2 photos
    - Any previous H1 approvals if applicable (dosen't hurt to include)

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  • Widely known as payroll tax is actually FICA tax ( 6.2 % of federal and 1.5% of medicare...together coming close to 8%. I'm not aware of any state component above this 8%...
    But do consider your desi employer needs to carry a liability insurance of 1 million, otherwise most established vendors and clients won't work with him...He needs to pay premium on that depending on how many consultant are working....

    So practically, claim as they may, NO consultancy firm can pay you 90% of your billing and still do business profitably.... They are hiding something behind their numbers...

    If you are getting 85% of the billing and your consultancy is paying your payroll taxes and you are paying your medical insurance premium, consider that as a very good deal... I personally could manage 80% of the billing while I was doing consulting...

    I agree. 90% of the bill rate never includes the employer taxes portion.

    It all adds up. It may not be profitable as one assumes. The relocation costs, medical insurance, unpaid vacation days, unpaid holidays..

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  • Hello,

    I am in serious trouble. Sometime ago I tried to switch my I-140 from EB3 to EB2. Now I get NOID to deny 140. Something related to prevailing wage (lawyer has actual letter). In my LC the offered wage was OK for EB3 but low for EB2. Lawyer says he'll try to reinstate EB3, but not sure. Has any one of you been able to reinstate EB3 140? Please help...

    Ask the lawyer to give you a copy of the RFE.

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  • Hi Raj,
    "as long as the new company can provide me a future job offer, when the PD is current the GC can be approved."

    Well, not exactly. The above statement is true only as long as you do not abandon your AOS application. To make sure that USCIS does not find that you have abandoned your AOS application you should maintain the validity of your Advance Parole if at all possible. Alternatively, if you maintain a current H-1 visa for the new employer, there is a reasonable argument (but not a guarantee) that, despite your absence abroad, you have not abandoned your AOS application. Finally, if after working overseas for the new company for at least one year, the company successfully files an EB-1 I-140 petition for you, you (and your family) can immigrate via Consular Processing in the EB-1 preference category using your old EB-3 priority date if necessary.

    Should I transfer my H1B with the new company, or it's not required? My job offer will be from the Indian company, and not the US company.

    If you maintain your Advance Parole validity, an H-1 transfer to the new company would not be necessary.

    "In case of business travel, until the PD is current, if I don't have AP renewed which visa should I travel on? As I won't be paid directly from the US counterpart of the company, I am not sure if I can travel using H1 for short time.
    Could traveling on B1 visa consider it as abandonment of GC process?"

    You raise an important point. Travelling on a B-1 visa would certainly be considered an abandonment of your AOS application. Similarly, if you are found not to be "employed" by a US company because you are not on the US payroll, you would not be entitled to enter in H-1 status.


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  • There is a confusion in following statement:
    "Secondly, the visa number must be "current" for the new I-140 petition (most likely EB-2) before the I-485 transfer is requested"
    I read in some other forums that you do not need to wait for your PD to be current to interfile. Is that true ? My attorney is also saying that we can interfile as soon as we receive the RN. My PD is May 2004.

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  • What happens once someone has entered on AP and 1 year it an overstay after a year????

    No - there is nothing to do your status with AP.

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    For the past 2 renewals in FL for me it was like that. They will give exactly for 1 year and will have TEMPORARY in red color font.

    Couple of times during travel, Airport TSA authorities asked me why it is temporary in DL and asked me do you have any other photo id proof. So I started carrying Passport with me during the travel to avoid this mess.

    Nice... each year they are making money out of you. We will keep paying every year for being legal while illegals will keep driving without any or fake licenses and no insurance. Another great way to make us feel NOT Welcome.

    Thanks again for the responses.

    Looks like USCIS is fine when a person with valid H1/L1 petition can enter the US using AP and continue to maintain H1/L1 status provided the person continues to work for the same employer.

    Below is some of the the 'USCIS Guidance on H-1 / L-1, EAD and Advance Parole' that I got from

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    An H-1 or L-1 holder who entered the United States on advance parole can apply for an extension of H or L status, and the approval of that extension would enable the person to return to the U.S. on H-1 or L-1 status. (To maintain that status, the person cannot seek outside employment.)

    An H-1 or L-1 holder who travels out of the United States, and returns on advance parole, is authorized to continue working for the H-1 or L-1 employer. He/she would not be required to obtain an EAD to work for this same employer, within the validity dates of the H-1 or L-1 petition approval.

    If an H-1 or L-1 holder presents both advance parole documents and documents of valid H-1 or L-1 status at the port of entry to the U.S., the INS Inspector should tell the person that she/he is not required to present the advance parole, and admit the person to the U.S. on the H-1 or L-1 status.

    An H-1 or L-1 holder who has entered the U.S. with an advance parole document may depart and return as an H-1 or L-1 holder if that status has not expired.

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