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  • ski_dude12
    02-22 07:21 PM
    Did you inform USCIS that you are changing jobs using EAD and invoking AC21?

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  • DallasBlue
    11-10 02:55 PM
    I would like to know what is the booth number?

    Your Booth Name: IMMIGRATION VOICE
    Your Booth Number: 15

    is what I got from Needhelp. See you'll there !!

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  • needhelp!
    10-23 09:23 AM

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  • sanjay
    08-30 12:01 PM
    Any one knows , How is my GREEN Light turned to RED ?? Ways to turn back green

    because some people might rated you -ve for this post, which serves no purpose, when we have more than enough polls around. Try to refrain from postings if you don't have any constructive info. Its better to refresh page and keep reading others posts.


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  • rosyTown
    02-02 06:43 PM
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  • GCAmigo
    02-09 01:02 PM
    Pardon my ignorance.

    What is op-ed ?



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  • gc genie
    12-30 09:04 AM
    Can I apply for H1 B extension on my own or does it have to go through an immigrtion attorney?

    I will be applying for 7th yr H1 based on an ongoing GC process. I 140 approved . I 485 pending.

    Is this process any different from normal H1B application ( the first 6 years)


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  • aadimanav
    10-19 11:27 PM
    Processing Time Upated


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  • desi3933
    06-02 04:27 PM
    I'm sorry -- I didn't follow. Can I use the H1-B which has been extended for 3 yrs since my 140 was approved already for a yr and the visa numbers weren't current? (I've already used up by 6 yrs)


    You new employer can file for H-1B change of status for (upto) 3 years since you have I-140 approved and your PD is not current. The fact, that I-140 was applied by current (or ex) employer, does not matter.

    Hope it helps.

    Not a legal advice.

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  • ngopikrishnan
    06-17 06:18 PM
    Can someone suggest good attorneys to consult and represent AC21 case, transfer employer, transfer case from current employer, etc.? Attorney must be responsive!!


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  • priderock
    09-01 05:27 PM
    Congrads!! you seem to be lucky. I noticed that several other of our regular posters have PDs earlier than you and are still waiting. Why do you say 10 years? your PD is 04 so that makes it 5 years :D:D

    I believe they go by RD if the PD is current. My RD is jul 2nd and my application reached them early AM on Jul 2nd.

    Thank you all for the congrats !!

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  • nirenjoshi
    05-25 09:51 AM
    Several things to consider before making any decisions.
    1. Online degree programs usually have lesser value. Maybe if a very reputed university offers it and they specifically mention that your degree wont have any mention of online - then it might be worth looking into.
    2. If you wish to change careers and are interested in the university's career resources, first make sure that any online or part-time students have access to those career resources - many universities dont allow their part-time students access to their regular career services - For example, UNC-CH doesnt.
    3. If you can, talk to a current student who is enrolled in the program that you are considering - if you talk to the admissions officer of any program, they will be glad to connect you to their current student to answer any questions that you might have. You should ask the person for an honest opinion - do they think its worth it - how do they think it will help their career, etc.
    4. Consider how much will it cost and can you manage it - consider the potential increase in earning after you complete the program, get a new and better job or get promotion.
    5. Its not just what you learn in the class that will help you -you will develop excellent contacts (if you are in a classroom course). Many times students get job leads through such contacts.
    6. Carefully consider what impact will it have on your family life - if you are married and have kids - talk with your wife and consider if you will be able to devote time to studies.
    7. Finally, remember, education is the best investment and will never go waste, no matter where life takes you.
    All the Best!


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  • extra_mint
    10-12 08:47 PM
    Question is why make it mandatory ??

    There are thousands of prevention medicines and vaccines in the market. Do all of us take all of them !!!!

    I think it is safe to assume that answer is NO

    We have an option of making choice and it is upto us to either go for a vaccine or not. So fair thing should be not to enforce this on immigrants.

    By the way, CDC has approved lots of medicines which are not safe and we figure their side effects later on. Please check the following link (few side effects of gardasil)

    I am not saying that this vaccine is bad for every women, I think it is unfair to make this mandatory and that too just on immigrants.

    lawsuit?? oh come on. This is for a CDC recommended vaccine which might help prevent cancer!!
    To my mind this is the ONLY fees that we are paying which really means something useful to us... After paying thousands of dollars in fees to USCIS (H1/485/EAD/AP), hundreds to DoS (visa stampings), and sponsoring multiple trips to Hawaii for my lawyer (his fees would make you faint) this is finally a fee that actually does something useful to the applicant, and I would gladly pay this for my family members.

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  • drirshad
    03-13 04:31 PM
    03/13/2009: Senate Bill, S. 577 to Punish Immigration Sharks Defrauding and Victimizing Immigrants and Related Parties

    Senate Dianne Feinstine from California, cosponsored by Senator Ted Kennedy, introduced this bill in the Senate yesterday. The full text of the bill is as follows:
    This Act may be cited as the ``Immigration Fraud Prevention Act of 2009''.
    (a) Amendments to Title 18.--
    (1) IN GENERAL.--Chapter 47 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new section:``�1041. Schemes to defraud aliens
    ``(a) In General.--Any person who willfully and knowingly executes a scheme or artifice, in connection with any matter that is authorized by or arises under Federal immigration laws or any matter the offender willfully and knowingly claims or represents is authorized by or arises under Federal immigration laws, to--
    ``(1) defraud any person; or
    ``(2) obtain or receive money or anything else of value from any person by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, promises, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both.
    Here is the background for this bill: The Immigration Fraud Prevention Act would prevent and punish fraud and misrepresentation in the context of immigration proceedings. The act would create a new Federal crime to penalize those who engage in schemes to defraud aliens in connection with Federal immigration laws. Specifically, the act would make it a Federal crime to wilfully and knowingly defraud or obtain or receive money or anything else of value from any person by false or fraudulent pretences, representations, or promises; and to wilfully, knowingly, and falsely represent that an individual is an attorney or accredited representative in any matter arising under Federal immigration law. Violations of these crimes would result in a fine, imprisonment of not more than 5 years, or both. The bill would also authorize the Attorney General and the Secretary of Homeland Security to use task forces currently in existence to detect and investigate individuals who are in violation of the immigration fraud crimes as created by the bill. The act would also work to prevent immigration fraud by requiring that Immigration Judges issue warnings about unauthorized practice of immigration law to immigrants in removal proceedings, similar to the current law that requires notification of pro bono legal services to these immigrants; requiring the Attorney General to provide outreach to the immigrant community to help prevent fraud; providing that any materials used to carry out notification on immigration law fraud is done in the appropriate language for that community; and requiring the distribution of the disciplinary list of individuals not authorized to appear before the immigration courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals, BIA, currently maintained by the Executive Office of Immigration Review, EOIR. Unfortunately, the need for Federal action to prevent and prosecute immigration fraud has escalated in recent years as citizens and non-citizens attempt to navigate the immigration legal system. Thus far, only States have sought to regulate the unauthorized practice of immigration law. Since immigration law is a federal matter, I believe the solution to such misrepresentation and fraud should be addressed by Congress. By enacting this bill, Congress would help prevent more victims like Vincent Smith, a Mexican national who has resided in California since 1975. His wife is an American citizen, and they live with their 6 U.S. citizen children in Palmdale, CA. Mr. Smith would likely have received a green card at least two different times during his stay in California. However, in attempting to get legal counsel, Mr. Smith hired someone whom he thought was an attorney, but was not. As a result, Mr. Smith was charged more than $10,000 for processing his immigration paperwork, which was never filed. Mr. Smith now has no legal status and faces removal proceedings. Another victim of immigration fraud is Raul, a Mexican national, who came to the United States in 2000. He also married a U.S. citizen, Loraina, making him eligible to apply for a green card. Raul and his wife went to Jose for legal help. Jose's business card said he had a ``law office'' and that he was an ``immigration specialist.'' But Jose was not a specialist and charged Raul $4,000 to file a frivolous asylum petition. While Raul thought he was going to receive a green card, he was instead placed into removal proceedings. From California to New York, there are hundreds of stories like these. Many immigrants are preyed on because of their fears--others on their hope of realizing the American dream. They are charged exorbitant fees for the filing of frivolous paperwork that clog our immigration courts and keep families and businesses waiting in limbo for years. Law enforcement officials say that many fraudulent ``immigration specialists'' close their businesses or move on to another part of the state or country before they can be held accountable. They can make $100,000 to $200,000 a year and the few who have been caught rarely serve more than a few months in jail. Often victims of such crimes are deported, sending them back to their home countries without accountability for the perpetrator of the fraud. Most recently, hundreds of immigrants were exploited by Victor M. Espinal, who was arrested for allegedly posing as an immigration attorney. Nearly 125 of Mr. Espinal's clients attended the New York City Bar Association's free clinic to address their legal and immigration options. According to prosecutors, Mr. Espinal falsely claimed on his business cards that he was licensed and admitted to the California bar as well as the bar in the Dominican Republic. Organizations such as the Los Angeles Country Bar Association, National Immigration Forum, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and American Bar Association have been documenting this exploitation for many years.


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  • sethurama
    06-05 12:59 AM
    my 485 was filed by my attorney today and I came to know that they forgot to include application for EAD. When can I file EAD?. If I file separately, will it take more time to get approval?.

    Also they messed up with my passport copies. 2 pages are missing. I don't know whether this will trigger RFE or denail.

    Any help is appreciated.


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  • dask
    12-09 03:45 PM
    Congrats dask.

    Save your congratulations until this neverending and unbearable pain ends....nevertheless many thanks for your congratulatory msg...

    Best of luck to u2



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  • dpp
    07-24 01:31 PM
    There is no 180 days wait period for derivatives. For you to change jobs, you need to wait 180 days to use AC21, but for the dependents, they can do whatever they want and whenever they want after they receive EAD card. It is like GC for them, but only difference is they need to renew EAD every year unlike GC. Otherthan that it is all fine as long you maintain your AOS status properly.

    I just applied I-485 with EAD/AP on July 2nd. my wife also has H1. I am the primary to 485.


    My wants to go for permanent position on EAD. When she will eligible for permanent position? After 180 days or can before?

    Please seniors advice on this. because she is going to get contract-to-hire position.

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  • sammyb
    10-05 04:28 PM
    Sorry for opening a new thread, Please point me to the thread if this issue is already addressed in some other thread and delete this thread.

    I filed my I-485 in July, Still waiting for receipts, Now my company got acquired by another company. My questions are-

    Any actions required from my side? What will happen to my I-485 which is already filed, Do I need to re-file with new company?
    If I get EAD in next few weeks can I use that EAD after 6 months of filing I485?


    I had the same situation when before I apply my GC my company was taken over by my current employer ... there is something called 'successor of interest' .... as I understand the new company will take over ownership of any H1/GC etc that you have with your previous employer ...

    this is just my thoughts .. better you get it verified by your lawer ...

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  • dilipb
    02-07 04:56 PM
    Seriously speaking I still am not convinced....
    Can someone ellaborate on this more?

    10-28 11:11 AM
    Was the threat or intimidation verbal or do you have any paper trail. This can go both ways as the company's have a right to protect their intellectual property and on the same was that non compete legal (meaning if you challenge that in the court, can the judge say yes this needs 5 years of non compete).
    Take the non compete and any paper trail about the termination to an HR attorney ASAP. Also see whether any of your colleagues were impacted and go for a class action.

    Hi Guys,
    I am based out of NJ and was working for an imports company for more than 8 years. I have an approved I-140 with this company. This company wanted me to sign an overly broad non compete agreement which would be valid for 5 years after termination. I refused to sign this agreement and I was verbally threatened with dire consequences if I did not sign. They fired me yesterday for not signing it and also stated that they are canceling my H1. Would this be treated as wrongful termination? Is there any way that I can file a complaint with the DOL? Has the complaint to be filed thru an attorney or can I do it myself?

    Good news is another company has already applied for my H1 transfer.

    I will appreciate all suggestions and advices for which I thank you in advance.

    09-22 04:04 PM
    Keep that cell phone handy and take 20 mins from your time today..

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