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  • EAD2009
    03-13 01:54 PM
    HI,

    i have two questions

    I completed my Masters and working in related field(Software) from 2 years in OPT,now i got admission for Doctoral Program in UNVA(University of northern Virginia). This is not a good University, but i can complete my Doctoral Program in 3-4 years while i will be working in my related filed of study on CPT.

    1Q.)can i be eligible for EB1 with this Doctoral Degree (or) Do i have to submit any international research papers for being eligible for EB1?

    My F1 Visa was expired long back ,but have valid OPT and I-94(D/S duration of Study) so i can still work.

    But i will be travelling to INDIA in May and will go to consulate for my F1Visa.

    If i'm not satisfied with this Doctoral Program ,i will transfer to MBA with in same university (or)some other good university (i.e i'm trying to change from software to MBA).

    2Q.) Can i Transfer to MBA when i got my visa for Doctoral Program in Software Engg ?



    Please let me know if you need any more information (or) if i have to be more specific about the question.

    Thanks a bunch for IV .





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  • EkAurAaya
    11-12 04:23 PM
    http://www.uscis.gov/files/pressrelease/HandLFinalRule110107.pdf

    Generally, adjustment of status applicants must obtain Advance Parole (Form I -131, Application for
    Travel Document) from USCIS prior to leaving the United States or else their applications are
    deemed abandoned. H-1 and L-1 nonimmigrants (and their H-4 or L-2 dependents) are now exempt
    from this requirement. Previously, they were required to present a receipt for their adjustment
    application at the time of readmission to the United States following foreign travel. This final rule
    eliminates the unnecessary burden of presenting this receipt since the application information in the
    receipt is in USCIS databases available to immigration inspectors and adjudicators.





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  • ars01
    02-19 10:51 AM
    As far as I know priority date can ony be transfered when the I-140 is approved. Go ahead and get both I-140 approved and use the earlier date towards the new one at the time of filing of I-485.





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  • Hfour
    07-07 03:26 AM
    Hope this info helps.

    Hi ameryki, this is probably what she was referring to in QUESTION #2.

    http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/all-other-green-card-issues/115421-very-important-new-traps-aliens-filing-green-card.html



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  • hebbar77
    11-24 04:18 PM
    My feeling was that there are No NEW jobs here in USA especially for immigrants. I felt jobs are slowly being offshored and new job creation was not catching upto that. This matches with unemployment numbers 10%+... Also I feel there are enough people looking for PROJECT while on H1B..
    Its good to see this is changing with new H1b hiring happening!!

    P.S I am not anti-immigrant!





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  • roseball
    10-10 11:15 AM
    I had a 10 AM appointment a couple of weeks ago and I went there at 9:30 AM and the waiting room was almost full.....But by 11 AM, there were very few people left and no new people coming in..So I was wondering they dont schedule appointments after 11 AM...Maybe they have appointments afternoon...So 11 AM should be a good time to go in....I am sure there will be a lot of people in the morning hours....



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  • Blog Feeds
    01-09 02:20 PM
    AILA Leadership Has Just Posted the Following:


    Today the Immigration Policy Center (http://www.immigrationpolicy.org/) of the American Immigration Council, (http://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/) along with the Center for American Progress (http://www.americanprogress.org/)issued a report confirming what many people of rationale mind (including the vast majority of Americans) already knew--It would be an economic disaster to deport 12 million people. The loss of this vital economic element would cause a loss to the U.S. Economy of over 2 TRILLION dollars over the next 10 years. Hey, I think that is real money!

    Raising The Floor For American Workers (http://www.immigrationpolicy.org/sites/default/files/docs/Hinojosa%20-%20Raising%20the%20Floor%20for%20American%20Worker s%20010710.pdf), written by UCLA Professor Dr. Ra�l Hinojosa-Ojeda, highlights the economic reality of the the undocumented population in the United States, how tied in they are to the economic engine of the United States, and what an economic nightmare we, as Americans, would deal with if we followed the failed deportation-only policies advocated by immigration restrictionists.

    More importantly, Dr. Hinojosa-Ojeda found that not only is a comprehensive reform of our immigration laws (involving BOTH a legalization component AND a an actual workable immigrant visa plan) an economic necessity, it will actually raise the wage floor for all American workers. Frankly, its about time someone looked at the numbers here and ran verifiable scenarios, and did not just play around with easily manipulable census data.

    Now, do you think anyone in Congress will read this? Will it change any minds? Ultimately, it is only us, those that understand the human cost of bad immigration policies, that can convince people reluctant to fix our broken immigration system on humanitarian grounds, that it is in our own ECONOMIC interest to makes these necessary changes. Let's get to it.https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/186823568153827945-2183881679788051590?l=ailaleadership.blogspot.com


    More... (http://ailaleadership.blogspot.com/2010/01/immigration-reform-maybe-it-is-about.html)





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  • manand24
    10-08 02:34 PM
    Still waiting.

    --------------------------

    PD 04/2006 EB2 INDIA
    I-140 NSC AP 10/2006
    SELF:
    I-485 NSC RD 07/02/07; ND 09/10/2007; RD 09/17/2007 from NSC; LUD 10/07/2007
    I-131 (Travel Document) NSC RD 07/02/07; ND 09/10/2007; RD 09/17/2007 from NSC
    I-765 (EAD) NSC RD 07/02/07; ND 09/10/2007; Card received on 10/03/2007
    BioMetrics given on 10/05/2007

    WIFE
    I-485 NSC RD 07/02/07; ND 09/10/2007; RD 09/17/2007 from NSC; ; LUD 10/07/2007
    I-131 (Travel Document) NSC RD 07/02/07; ND 09/10/2007;RD 09/18/2007 from NSC
    I-765 (EAD) NSC RD 07/02/07; ND 09/10/2007; Card received on 10/03/2007
    BioMetrics given on 10/05/2007

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  • priyasagiraju
    04-07 03:20 PM
    Iam on L2 and working on my EAD which is expiring on april 29 th 2011.

    I have applied for H1 in the 2010 quota but due to my employers mistake i got a rejection on that.
    we are trying to reappeal to USCIS but iam not sure if its going to work.

    Suppose i have a project and apply again for 2011 quota , can i still continue working even if my EAD expires.
    They say that we actually move to H1 on October , so if i apply before end of April through premium processing and get an approval notice before October can i continue working or start work right away or do i have to wait till October.
    Is there a possibility to start working immediately as soon as my H1 gets approved or do we have to wait until October in any case.

    Thanks in advance





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  • pappu
    07-26 11:39 PM
    Pls do not create two threads with the same post. They have been merged now.

    Pls join your state chapter and take it forward. We really need members with zeal and great ideas. Contact core if you have any questions.



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  • Yeldarb
    11-14 07:59 PM
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  • gcsucks
    05-02 08:18 AM
    nozerd, Thanks for your reply.
    Regarding this point

    >> 2) Your company is Canadian (or has office in Canada who can give letter that you are direct employee of a Canadian company working abroad).

    Actually my company's headquarters is in US but it has a branch in Canada. But, the company does not know about my PR Card. If they know they can force me to come to Canada !

    So, when the time comes can I get a letter from them saying that I was working in US for their company as a permanent employee ?

    Do you know of someone who has done something like this ?



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  • gctoget
    08-10 06:31 PM
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  • pd_recapturing
    12-13 02:50 PM
    There is no AC21 for derivative applicants. She can join any employer at any time. AC21 comes into picture only for primary applicant. Derivatives get almost a virtual GC in terms of EAD.



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  • nquadro
    07-25 03:36 PM
    Ensure that you have at least 90 days between the date you apply for I-485 and the TN expiry date.

    TN is basically a non-immigrant visa so in case she tries for TN renewal after her I-485 has been applied, the TN will be denied. I suggest the 90 day period because you can apply for her EAD along with the I-485. EAD needs to be adjudicated within 90 days by law (I think...assuming that there are no RFE's). That will help in avoiding taking any leave from her job.

    If there are less than 90 days I would suggest renewing the TN first and then applying for the I-485/EAD/AP.

    Hope this helps.





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  • moonrah
    10-16 09:51 AM
    I received A#. You can contact your lawyer and ask them. I haven't filed yet.



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  • greendream
    08-22 01:44 PM
    Pani_6,

    Could you post the URL from the immigration.com?

    Thanks

    G.





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  • uma001
    11-20 07:06 PM
    OP sounds unrealistic





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  • coolpal
    04-02 12:23 PM
    You can apply for H1 transfer now.. but you'll more than likely get a RFE for paystubs.. and if you can provide them (and depending on your job, client letter etc.,) you are good.
    If you old company cancels your h1, you are still good if you applied for transfer before that...

    The only risk might be that you might get approval without I-94 if your old I-94 expired already, which is not true in your case I assume..

    Btw, this is a public forum, you can expect responses, but no one is paid or obliged to do so... so URGENT responses should not be expected here... for such cases, you better pay for a lawyer.

    cheers.. and good luck.

    pal :)





    Blog Feeds
    06-24 04:30 PM
    http://www.californiaimmigrationlawyerblog.com/tatoo.jpg

    Yesterday I went to a training for immigration attorneys in Sacramento, California. The jurisdiction of the USCIS field office in Sacramento (https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=offices.detail&office=SAC&OfficeLocator.office_type=LO&OfficeLocator.statecode=CA) includes the cities of Vallejo and Benicia so I thought it might be useful to hear about any new local procedures. While I did not learn anything new about what is happening at Sacramento USCIS, I did learn about new procedures being applied to applicants applying for visas abroad.

    It seems that applicants who have tattoos are being screened more carefully at their medical appointments. The belief is that an individual with a tatoo may be involved in gang activity which furthermore may lead to that individual engaging in substance abuse. In a published article included in conference materials at the American Immigration Lawyers Association�s (�AILA (http://www.aila.org/)�) annual conference, immigration lawyers Fernando Rojas and Magda Montiel Davis, explain what is happening:

    Panel physicians are asking applicants about the meaning of their tattoos and the medical personnel conducting the exam will take notes describing the tattoo. This interrogation could lead to further questions about the applicant�s possible gang affiliation and criminal history. Applicants with tattoos are also being questioned by the panel physician regarding their substance abuse history. Apparently, panel physicians are making the assumption that applicants with tattoos are more likely to do or abuse drugs. If the beneficiary admits to any drug use, Consulates will use this information against the applicant in order to deny the visa by making a substance abuse finding against them.A finding of substance abuse is serious because an applicant who is a drug user or abuser may be denied admission to the United States pursuant to Immigration and Nationality Act Section 212(a)(1)(A)(iv) (http://www.uscis.gov/propub/ProPubVAP.jsp?dockey=9b60c646835045a30ceca097f0ca1 ba3). I would counsel anyone carefully who has a tattoo to be very honest about what the tattoo means. An applicant should be prepared to answer in- depth questions about something that may have been inconsequential to them. In my opinion, it would not be a bad idea to have the tattoo removed if possible. Of course the fact that a person has a tattoo does not mean that he or she is a substance abuser. It is scary that examiners are making that assumption, but I do not expect this scrutiny to go away. The best practice is to be aware that this questioning is taking place and to be prepared.




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    ddd27
    10-26 02:39 PM
    Thanks for your reply ... did anyone go to DC consulate for a walk-in kind of renewal ?? am planning to take an off next week for this purpose.

    thanks



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