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    I am currently working through a Consulting company at a client location.
    Now, if I were to join the "same" client location as an employee after the 180 day completion of having filed I-485, what are the things that I need to keep in touch before I make this transition.

    I do have EAD that is valid till Sep'08. Do I need to tell the client company that my I-485 is pending and that I can work using EAD or should I apply as anyone who would apply for the position without any strings...!!!

    I would really appreciate if you guys can let me know any nuiances that I need to be aware of and any caveats that exist in this situation.

    I appreciate your time and good luck to all to get the GC as soon as possible.


    do u have ur approved i-140?

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    It would be helpful to know if anyone did this transition with the I-140 approval. Let us see if we get some more responses on this.

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    Sorry, I didn't understand...
    Is it possible to switch to EB2 if my company already applyed for LC as EB3? Or I need to start with LC processing again - it means that I loose a year for LC processing, right?

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  • Guys , Thanks very much for your response and all the support, I do have another question about the affidavit, what comprises an affidavit from a friend, would it be on letter head how to prepare one


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    * Case Status Retrieval Failed
    * This Receipt Number cannot be found at this time in this automated system. Please check your case receipt number to see if it is correct. If you have questions or concerns about your case status, please contact the National Customer Service Center.

    I have been getting the above message when I try to get a case status online for my I-140.

    I filed concurrently for I-140, I-485 with EAD and AP on Aug 15th at TSC (EB3) and received receipt notices on 10/14/07 for all of the above applications. I also can get case status online successfully for the other 3 applications.

    My attorney contacted USCIS (as they said that I cannot inquire on the I-140 and that it can only be the employer or the attorney) and they (USCIS) said they can see my case on their system but don't know why I cannot.

    Is anybody in the same boat as I am? Should I be worried that I cannot get online status even after 8 weeks from the time the reciept notices were issued? Any advice/input is greatly appreciated.

    I have the same situation. I received my Receipt Notice from Vermont Center for my H1-B extension but get the same error message from their website and phone. I am worried if those guys put aside my file and forgot to enter it in their system.

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  • Paskal,
    You mentioned that if one has a J1, the 2 Yr. HRR applies. I am not sure if it is true for all "categories" of J1 visas.

    A friend of mine has come on a J1 visa for six months (research scholar), and on her DS2019, the visa officer has noted that the 2Yr. HRR is not applicable. Also, her visa does not say that she is subject to INA 212(e).

    Could you please throw some light on the following:
    - Inspite of the visa officer's determination, is she still "a marked man"?
    - If you are subject to the 2 Yr. HRR, is mentioned on your visa?

    By the way, her research:
    - Is not funded by any govt. agency
    - Has nothing to do with medicine

    I will really appreciate your thoughts.


    you cannot apply for an H4 until your waiver is complete
    does not matter how long you are on a J1, once you get one, you are a marked man.
    similarly there is no question of filing a 485, even if you could file it there cannot be an approval till the waiver is done, likely will be rejected.
    do please ask an attorney though.

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    I need some guidance on my situation here: I am currently working on an H1B visa in the US. I was working for company A since Oct '06 and recently moved to Company B in December '07. I have an unexpired H1 visa stamped (associated with Company A) in my passport now. Company B promptly applied and I have the H1 Petition Receipt number (receipt date Dec 3 2007), and as of Jan 11 '08, the case is pending.

    I need to travel to India on March 1st and returning on March 23rd. As my H1 petition with Company B is in a pending status, what are my options with regards to H1 visa stamping requirements when I need to re-enter the country on March 23rd '08:

    1. Not get a new H1 visa stamp on the passport and travel with the Company A's H1 visa stamp. Is it safe attempting to re-enter the country with the H1 visa stamp from the previous employer? In that case, can I show them the old I797 and explain to the POE officer that I am currently working for a different employer and show them the new receipt notice and letter from the new employer? What if the new H1 Petition is approved a week before my travel date to India or when I am in India?

    2. Make the new H1 petition with Company B, premium and obtain an approval. Travel to India with the new I797 with either a visa stamp from canada/mexico consulate or stamping from consulate in India. I would like to avoid this option, if legally permitted, as I may not have the time in India to go for stamping.

    I apologize for the long-winded question here, and I greatly appreciate any suggestions or comments you may have. I browsed thru most of the threads in this forum, but did not answers to my specific questions.

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  • Physicians measures:

    We have been actively engaged in discussions with senate leaders on physician issue over the last few months. Members of our chapter traveled to DC to attend a key Senate task force meeting on physician immigration and current challenges. We also attended the AAPI legislative day event in DC and found support from lawmakers and from AAPI.

    We strongly encourage everyone to be strongly behind the administrative fixes campaign, as this will bring considerable relief while we battle for immigration reform. letters from physicians and their colleagues will carry their own weight. Ask your employers too and approach your lawmakers!

    Our efforts have shown signs of bearing fruit in recent times. Recently we were privileged to be part of a discussion on an upcoming physician bill that would satisfy our primary agenda: quota free green cards for physicians that serve in under served areas. The current proposal would encompass both J1 and H1B physicians. This would be an interim step towards reform- a more wide ranging bill is expected in the future.

    We are hoping that this bill can be brought up for voting at some point in the near future. We will need help from many physician members to achieve our objective. A successful result would resolve the entire issue for many physicians AND would establish for the first time a principal that IV has espoused: skilled immigrants that work in the national interest should not be bound by quotas. This precedent would go along way in resolving the larger immigration morass as well.

    The chapter thanks all it's active members and IV for the efforts and support that have led us this far. If you want to join the physicians chapter, use the links in my signature. Remember that membership is contingent upon disclosing at least your name and contact number, which is kept confidential at all times.

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  • Wow, thanks so much for the fast responses. You can see how confused I am....I was in the wrong forum. Thank you for the heads-up and the redirection to the proper forums.

    Much appreciated!!


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    Moreover to the best of my knowledge this cannot be done in india

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  • Just a suggestion I think if we involve US India Polical Action Committee(USINPAC) may be our effort to reach the law maker will be easier.

    Members of the U.S. Senate India Caucus are as follows -

    Senator Cornyn (R - TX) � Republican Co-Chair
    Senator Clinton (D - NY) � Democratic Co-Chair
    Senator Hutchison (R - TX)
    Senator Lott (R - MS)
    Senator Lautenberg (D - NJ)
    Senator Santorum (R - PA)
    Senator Lieberman (D - CT)
    Senator Specter (R - PA)
    Senator Daschle (D - SD)
    Senator Stabenow (D - MI)
    Senator Bingaman (D - NM)
    Senator Cochran (R - MS)
    Senator Frist (R - TN)
    Senator Corzine (D - NJ)
    Senator L. Graham (R - SC)
    Senator Schumer (D - NY)
    Senator Wyden (D - OR)
    Senator Coleman (R - MN)
    Senator Chambliss (R - GA)
    Senator Bayh (D - IN)
    Senator Durbin (D - IL)
    Senator Breaux (D - LA)
    Senator Crapo (R - ID)
    Senator Levin (D - MI)
    Senator Fitzgerald (R - IL)
    Senator Grassley (R - IA)
    Senator Bennett (R - UT)
    Senator Boxer (D - CA)
    Senator Nickles (R - OK)
    Senator Stevens (R - AK)
    Senator Mikulski (D - MD)
    Senator Rockefeller (D - WV)
    Senator Landrieu (D - LA)
    Senator Hatch (R - UT)
    Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA)

    Members of Congressional India Caucus

    108th Congress elected in November 2002
    List updated as of June 18, 2004

    112 Democrats, 74 Republicans, Total 186

    Congressman Crowley (D-NY) - Democratic Co-Chair
    Congressman Wilson, Joe (R-SC) - Republican Co-Chairman
    Congressman Abercrombie (D- HI)
    Congressman Ackerman (D-NY)
    Congressman Andrews (D-NJ)
    Congressman Baca (D- CA )
    Congressman Baird (D- WA)
    Congressman Barrett, J. Gresham (R-SC )
    Congressman Beauprez (R-CO)
    Congressman Becerra (D-CA)
    Congressman Bell (D-TX)
    Congresswoman Berkley (D-NV)
    Congressman Berman (D-CA)
    Congresswoman Biggert (R-IL)
    Congressman Bilirakis (R-FL)
    Congressman Bishop, Rob (R-UT)
    Congressman Blumenauer ( D-OR)
    Congressman Boucher (D-VA)
    Congressman Brady, Kevin (R-TX)
    Congresswoman Brown, Corrine (D-FL)
    Congresswoman Brown, Henry (R-SC)
    Congressman Brown, Sherrod (D-OH)
    Congresswoman Brown-Waite, Ginny (R-FL)
    Congressman Burgess (R-TX)
    Congressman Burns (R-GA)
    Congressman Calvert (R-CA)
    Congressman Cannon (R-UT)
    Congressman Cantor (R-VA)
    Congresswoman Capps (D-CA)
    Congressman Capuano (D-MA)
    Congressman Cardoza (D-CA)
    Congressman Carson, Brad (D-OK)
    Congressman Chabot (R-OH)
    Congressman Chandler (D- KY )
    Congressman Cooper (D-TN)
    Congressman Cox (R-CA)
    Congresswoman Cubin (R-WY)
    Congressman Davis, Danny (D-IL)
    Congressman Davis, Jim (D-FL)
    Congressman DeFazio (D-OR)
    Congressman Delahunt (D-MA)
    Congressman Deutsch (D-FL)
    Congressman DeMint (R-SC)
    Congressman Dicks (D-WA)
    Congressman Doggett (D-TX)
    Congressman Doyle (D-PA)
    Congressman Duncan (D-TN)
    Congresswoman Dunn (R-WA)
    Congressman Ehlers (R- MI)
    Congressman Engel (D-NY)
    Congressman English (R- PA )
    Congresswoman Eshoo (D-CA)
    Congressman Evans (D-IL)
    Congressman Faleomavaega (D-AS)
    Congressman Feeney (R-FL)
    Congressman Ferguson (R-NJ)
    Congressman Filner (D-CA)
    Congressman Foley (R-FL)
    Congressman Forbes (R-VA)
    Congressman Ford (D-TN)
    Congressman Frank (D-MA)
    Congressman Franks (R-AZ)
    Congressman Frost (D-TX)
    Congressman Garrett (R-NJ)
    Congressman Gephardt (D-MO)
    Congressman Gillmor (R-OH)
    Congressman Gingrey (R-GA)
    Congressman Goodlatte (R-VA)
    Congressman Gordon (D-TN)
    Congresswoman Granger (R-TX)
    Congressman Green, Gene (D-TX)
    Congressman Green, Mark (R-WI)
    Congressman Greenwood (R-PA)
    Congressman Gutierrez (D-IL)
    Congressman Harris (R-FL)
    Congressman Hastings (D-FL)
    Congressman Hayworth (R-AZ)
    Congressman Hensarling (R-TX)
    Congressman Hoeffel (D-PA)
    Congressman Holt (D-NJ)
    Congresswoman Hooley (D-OR)
    Congressman Honda (D-CA)
    Congressman Hoyer (D-MD)
    Congressman Inslee (D-WA)
    Congressman Israel (D-NY)
    Congresswoman Jackson-Lee (D-TX)
    Congresswoman Johnson, Eddie Bernice (D-TX)
    Congressman Jones (R-NC)
    Congressman Kanjorski (D-PA)
    Congresswoman Kaptur (D-OH)
    Congresswoman Kelly (R-NY)
    Congressman Kennedy, Patrick (D-RI)
    Congressman Kildee (D-MI)
    Congressman Kind (D-WI)
    Congressman King, Peter (R-NY)
    Congressman Kirk (R-IL)
    Congressman Knollenberg (R-MI)
    Congressman Kolbe (R-AZ)
    Congressman Kucinich (D-OH)
    Congressman LaHood (R-IL)
    Congressman Lampson (D-TX)
    Congressman Lantos (D-CA)
    Congressman Larsen (D-WA)
    Congressman LaTourette (R-OH)
    Congresswoman Lee, Barbara (D-CA)
    Congressman Levin (D-MI)
    Congressman Lewis, Jerry (R-CA)
    Congressman Lewis, John (D-GA)
    Congressman Linder (R-GA)
    Congressman Lobiondo (R-NJ)
    Congressman Lofgren (D-CA)
    Congresswoman Lowey (D-NY)
    Congresswoman McCarthy, Carolyn (D-NY)
    Congresswoman McCarthy, Karen (D-MO)
    Congressman McCotter (R-MI)
    Congressman McDermott (D-WA)
    Congressman McIntyre (D-NC)
    Congressman McNulty (D-NY)
    Congressman Majette (D-GA)
    Congresswoman Maloney (D-NY)
    Congressman Manzullo (R-IL)
    Congressman Matheson (D-UT)
    Congressman Meehan (D-MA)
    Congressman Meek (D-FL)
    Congressman Meeks (D-NY)
    Congressman Robert Menendez (D-NJ)
    Congresswoman Millender-McDonald (D-CA)
    Congressman Miller, Brad (D-NC)
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    Congressman Pickering (R-MS)
    Congressman Pitts (R-PA)
    Congressman Price (D-NC)
    Congresswoman Pryce (R-OH)
    Congressman Putnam (R-FL)
    Congressman Radanovich (R-CA)
    Congressman Rahall (D-WV)
    Congressman Rangel (D-NY)
    Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana (R-FL)
    Congressman Rothman (D-NJ)
    Congressman Royce (R-CA)
    Congressman Ryan, Tim (D-OH)
    Congresswoman Sanchez, Linda (D-CA)
    Congresswoman Sanchez, Loretta (D-CA)
    Congressman Saxton (R-NJ)
    Congresswoman Schakowsky (D-IL)
    Congressman Schiff (D-CA)
    Congressman Scott, Robert (D-VA)
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    Congressmen Sessions (R-TX)
    Congressman Sherman (D-CA)
    Congressman Smith, Adam (D-WA)
    Congresswoman Solis (D-CA)
    Congressman Souder (R-IN)
    Congressman Spratt (D-SC)
    Congressman Stark (D-CA)
    Congressman Stearns (R-FL)
    Congressman Thompson, Mike (D-CA)
    Congressman Tierney (D-MA)
    Congressman Toomey (R-PA)
    Congressman Towns (D-NY)
    Congressman Turner, Michael (R-OH)
    Congressman Udall, Mark (D-CO)
    Congressman Udall, Tom (D-NM)
    Congressman Upton (R-MI)
    Congressman Van Hollen (D-MD)
    Congressman Visclosky (D-IN)
    Congressman Vitter (R-LA)
    Congressman Walsh (R-NY)
    Congresswoman Watson (D-CA)
    Congressman Watt (D-NC)
    Congressman Weiner (D-NY)
    Congressman Weldon, Dave (R-FL)
    Congressman Wexler (D-FL)
    Congressman Whitfield (R-KY)
    Congressman Wu (D-OR)

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  • You can't come back on expired visa if you applied for a new visa in Canada if the request for new visa is denied. To come back on expired visa you will be using automatic visa revalidation and according to 2002 AVR memo, AVR applies only for Canada or Mexico if you visit for less than 30 days, haven't applied for a new visa stamp at a consulate abroad and are still eligible to be admitted in the status.

    If you apply for visa and get denied, you can go back to home country and reapply or enter on AP if you have it. And entry on AP is not an admittance to US, it is only being paroled into US.

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  • We've all heard about the skilled immigrant co-founders of Yahoo, Google, Ebay, and others.....but Youtube, the revolutionary internet-video sharing service, which was this week acquired by Google for $1.65 Billion, was also foudned by skilled immigrants- actually the son of skilled immigrants who probably came on H-1B visas the US- both are research scientists in Minnesota. These typify the H1B and EB immigrants.....if only our energies were not sapped by this frustrating Green Card process:-):mad:


    NY Times, Oct 12, 2006

    With YouTube, Grad Student Hits Jackpot Again

    PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 11 — For Jawed Karim, the $100,000 or so he would have to spend on a master’s degree at Stanford was never daunting. He hit an Internet jackpot in 2002 when PayPal, the online payment company he had joined early on, was bought by eBay.

    On Monday, still early in his studies for the fall term, he got lucky again. This time he may have hit the Internet equivalent of the multistate PowerBall.

    Mr. Karim is the third of the three founders of the video site YouTube, which Google has agreed to buy for $1.65 billion. He was present at YouTube’s creation, contributing some crucial ideas about a Web site where users could share video. But academia had more allure than the details of turning that idea into a business.

    So while his partners Chad Hurley and Steven Chen built the company and went on to become Internet and media celebrities, he quietly went back to class, working toward a degree in computer science.

    Mr. Karim, who is 27, became visibly uncomfortable when the subject turned to money, and he would not say what he stands to make when Google’s purchase of YouTube is completed. He said only that he is one of the company’s largest individual shareholders, though he owns less of the company than his two partners, whose stakes in the company are likely to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars, according to some estimates. The deal was so enormous, he says, that his share was still plenty big.

    “The sheer size of the acquisition almost makes the details irrelevant,” Mr. Karim said.

    On Wednesday, during a walk across campus and a visit to his dorm room and the computer sciences building where he takes classes, Mr. Karim described himself as a nerd who gets excited about learning. Nothing in his understated demeanor suggests he is anything other than an ordinary graduate student, and he attracted little attention on campus in jeans, a blue polo shirt, a tan jacket and black Puma sneakers.

    Mr. Karim said he might keep a hand in entrepreneurship, and he dreams of having an impact on the way people use the Internet — something he has already done. Philanthropy may have some appeal, down the road. But mostly he just wants to be a professor. He said he simply hopes to follow in the footsteps of other Stanford academics who struck it rich in Silicon Valley and went back to teaching.

    “There’s a few billionaires in that building,” he said, standing in front of the William Gates Computer Science Building. But his chosen path will not preclude another stint at a start-up. “If I see another opportunity like YouTube, I can always do that,” he said.

    David L. Dill, a professor of computer science at Stanford, said Mr. Karim’s choice was unusual.

    “I’m impressed that given his success in business he decided to do the master’s program here,” Mr. Dill said. “The tradition here has been in the other direction,” he said, pointing to the founders of Google and Yahoo, who left Stanford for the business world.

    Mr. Karim met Mr. Hurley and Mr. Chen when all three of them worked at PayPal. After the company was acquired by eBay for $1.5 billion, netting Mr. Karim a few million dollars, they often talked about starting another company.

    By early 2005, all three had left PayPal. They would often meet late at night for brainstorming sessions at Max’s Opera Caf�, near Stanford, Mr. Karim said. Sometimes they met at Mr. Hurley’s place in Menlo Park or Mr. Karim’s apartment on Sand Hill Road, down the street from Sequoia Capital, the venture firm that would become YouTube’s financial backer.

    Mr. Karim said he pitched the idea of a video-sharing Web site to the group. But he made it clear that contributions from Mr. Chen and Mr. Hurley were essential in turning his raw idea into what eventually became YouTube.

    A YouTube spokeswoman said that the genesis of YouTube involved efforts by all three founders.

    As early as February 2005, when the site was introduced, Mr. Karim said he and his partners had agreed that he would not become an employee, but rather an informal adviser to YouTube. He did not take a salary, benefits or even a formal title. “I was focused on school,” he said.

    The decision meant that his stake in the company would be reduced, Mr. Karim said. “We negotiated something that we thought was fair.”

    Roelof Botha, the Sequoia partner who led the investment in YouTube, said he would have preferred if Mr. Karim had stayed.

    “I wish we could have kept him as part of the company,” Mr. Botha said. “He was very, very creative. We were doing everything we could to convince him to defer.”

    Mr. Karim was born in East Germany in 1972. The family moved to West Germany a year later and to St. Paul, Minn., in 1992. His father, Naimul Karim, is a researcher at 3M and his mother, Christine Karim, is a research assistant professor of biochemistry at the University of Minnesota.

    “To develop new things and be aware of new things, this is our life,” Ms. Karim said, explaining her son’s interest in technology and learning.

    After graduating from high school, Jawed Karim chose to go to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, in part because it was the school that the co-founder of Netscape, Marc Andreessen, and others who gave birth to the first popular Web browser attended.

    “It wasn’t like I wanted to be the next Marc Andreessen, but it would be cool to be in the same place,” Mr. Karim said. In 2000, during his junior year, he dropped out to head to Silicon Valley, where he joined PayPal. He later finished his undergraduate degree by taking some courses online and some at Santa Clara University.

    Armed with a video camera, Mr. Karim documented much of YouTube’s early life, including the meetings when the three discussed financing strategies and the brainstorming sessions in Mr. Hurley’s garage, where the company was hatched.

    In his studio apartment in a residence hall for graduate students, he showed one of them, which he said was filmed in April 2005. In it, Mr. Chen talked about “getting pretty depressed” because there were only 50 or 60 videos on the YouTube site. Also, he said, “there’s not that many videos I’d want to watch.” The camera then turns to Mr. Hurley, who grins and says “Videos like these,” referring to the one Mr. Karim is filming.

    Mr. Karim, who has remained in frequent contact with the other co-founders, said he was first informed of the talks with Google last week. On Monday, he was called in to the Palo Alto law offices of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati to sign acquisition papers, and he briefly got to congratulate Mr. Chen and Mr. Hurley, he said.

    Asked what he thought of the acquisition price, Mr. Karim said: “It sounded good to me.” When a reporter looked puzzled, he raised his eyebrows and added: “I was amazed.”


    Btw, the second co-founder, Steven Chen, was also the son of Taiwanese immigrants.

    Chen attended the Illinois Math and Science Academy and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He was an early employee at PayPal, where he met Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim. The three later founded the YouTube in 2005.

    In June 2006, Chen was named by Business 2.0 as one of the "The 50 people who matter now" in business.In August 2006, Chen told Reuters news agency it was hoped that within 18 months the site would "have every music video ever created"

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  • Now this is just to get an idea on what to expect if one of the Immigration bills passes and signed in to law say by mid 2007.

    What can we expect next?

    What will happen to highly retrogressed countries like Indian, China? When can they expect any tangible results?

    What will happen to the �Rest of the World� category? When do you think they can expect results?

    What will happen if ALL or Most of the catagories become current. Are we going to get stuck with processing delays for months or years to come ?

    Hi everyone:

    I have an unusual situation concerning my friend's mother. When he got his green card (about 10 years ago) he filed the green card application for his mother that lived (and still lives) abroad, hoping to alleviate the woes of her getting a short-term traveller's visa every time she traveled to see him.

    She received her green card about 4 years ago, but she doesn't want to live in the US for more than a month. Unfortunately it also gets more and more expensive for them to make her travel to US every year, thus pushing her into a violation of her Permanent Resident status and of the recurring Re-entry Permits (that now shrank to a single year).

    My friend now wants to suggest his mother to relinquish (i.e. give up) her permanent status but his fear is that once done she will not be able to return back to US to visit him. (He has already become a citizen and is not planning to return to his home country.)

    Does anyone here have any suggestions of what could happen if she gives up her permanent resident status?

    Cousin went through same situation recently (early 2008). Parents "surrendered" their GC's, to Mumbai consulate general office, and simultaneously applied (same day same time while in the consulate) for Visitor VISA (they were advised about the procedure by Mumbai consulate office via phone, they had called them couple of months before doing this). Visitor VISA was granted without any questions asked.

    My parents are thinking of doing the same very soon.


    Once on EAD for one employer A, can anyone fall back to H1B for the same employer A?

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