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  • senk1s
    08-17 08:53 AM
    my case was similar, i had to produce the form for tetanus shot from ER... but dont know if the Dr enclosed that in the sealed envelope

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  • gc_kaavaali
    11-21 10:01 PM
    Happy Thanksgiving to all IV members.

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  • jsb
    01-28 02:03 PM
    per my OP, my physical receipt said my "RECEIPT date" is July 30th.
    but the ONLINE status said "it was RECEIVED on Sept 5th"\

    I was mainly concern about the wording on the online statis "received on..."

    how did you determine I was a NSC-CSC-NSC transfer case from that?
    I am a little confused here.

    thank you very much

    Systems were designed when as soon as mail was recieved, it was entered in the system. Therefore, for practical purposes, data entry date was the receive date. Many centers, when they claim, "we process cases in order we receive them...", or "our processing is within prescribed time schedule limits...", they treat this data entry date as the received date (as they think until it reached them for data entry, it is not their responsibility). When files are shuffled around, there may be a big difference in these dates, but no one has ever clarified that issue.

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  • akhilmahajan
    06-06 08:55 AM

    When I filed/sent my Paper based I-131 - Advance Parole (AP) form yesterday I forgot to attach the photographs along with it. I just realised it now.

    Now what are the options I have. Will USCIS reject my I-131 - Advance Parole (AP) application packet and send it back or would they ask for RFE(Request for Evidence) of photograph.

    Or is it OK to send the photographs and mention the Alien A# .

    Has any body been through this situation before. I was planning on using AP for travel to INDIA in the few months now I guess I am in serious mess.

    Your help is much appreciated.

    If you dont mind, can you share what supporting documents you submitted.
    Thanks a lot.


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  • reverendflash
    10-21 04:10 AM
    oh well, we can't make it look too easy... :P

    I actually have it right so far... win in game 1, loss in game 2, win games 3 & 4...

    just my predjudiced and not so humble opinion.


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  • krucie
    03-16 05:03 PM

    Thanks for the response. I have the receipt notice & approval notice for my 485 and 140 respectively. I am planning on interlinking our applications on my own, without the use of an attorney. I did however speak to a previous attorney of mine, and his recommendation was to wait until my spouse received his 485 receipt notice, and then send a letter to USCIS with a copy of both our receipt notices & marriage certificate asking them to merge both applications, with him being the primary applicant, and me being the derivative applicant.

    However, since my spouse is concurrently filing his 140 & 485, I wasn't sure if his 140 needs to be approved before we interlink the applications. The attorney said that as long as he had his 485 receipt notice, the applications could be interlinked, but I wanted to be sure how his I-140 would tie into all of this. Any thoughts?


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  • somegchuh
    11-01 05:53 PM
    Can someone here on this forum list down all the documents that are required to file 140 and 485. Or if this has been discussed in a thread can you please point me to the right forum?

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  • kaisersose
    07-24 11:09 AM
    I think your lawyer maybe right.

    The FAQ is saying Labor should be approved by the time you file for 140. Attaching any piece of evidence along with your 140 application that your labor has been approved should suffice.

    The FAQ is warning against filing 140 before Labor approval as many newbies may be wondering if they can utilize this 485 window by applying 140/485 based on a pending labor.


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  • rameshvaid
    04-07 10:30 AM
    You should be getting the cards with in this week. A friend of mine got them within 10 days of getting the mail.

    Congrats and start celebrating.


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  • Anders �stberg
    October 7th, 2005, 02:14 AM
    My experience is that even with the "1/focal length" rule (or maybe it should be "1/(focal length x crop factor)") is a bit optimistic with these long tele shots. Maybe it can work if you have really good technique and a sturdy tripod but I like to use a much shorter shutter time if possible.


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  • gauravsh
    05-04 09:44 AM
    My company is closing offices and we all will be working from home. My I140 is cleared and I am in process of extending my H1 which expires in june has no office at india.
    I want to know for how long I can work from India on H1 being on US payrole? The

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  • billu
    05-02 05:23 PM
    There are several things that can save you a bit!
    You can do balance transfer on your credit cards in US every year for the amount you usually save in a year.
    So, say you save 25k in a year, take that much amount in balance transfer on a credit card here for one-time 4% balance transfer fee, transfer it to india and pay it in a year after you saved that much.
    You can also take loan on your existing car for close to 5%.

    I took HDFC home loan in india, and knocked out close to 25k every year from it by doing the above.

    thanks a lot for your response. I do not have a house or a paid off car here. I need atleast 40-50k loan. Could you describe the balance transfer thing a little more? I was under the impression that balance transfer is usually from one credit card debt to another one but I did not know that it works like a cash advance too where you can borrow money. Can I borrow 50k from my CC and payback that amount in 2-3 yrs (with savings) without much interest?thanks again.


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  • VivekAhuja
    06-20 07:09 PM can do all those.... even though I cannot see a DESPERATE reason to "shift" to H1-B or to be in the country on H1-B when your actually work status is infact H1-B (even if enetered on AP) and your immigration status is parolee.

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  • venky321
    07-19 02:08 PM
    It might have been okay if you had tried to transfer from H1 to H4 after a few months of being on the bench; but 3 years out of status lol.

    Talk to an attorney, file a DOL complaint against your employer; but if it comes out that you were out of status for 3 years, I think your chances are pretty bleak.


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  • tabaching
    10-22 12:43 AM
    Gurus pls help,

    Here's my situation.
    I'm a derivative and recently got an interview notice.

    1) My spouse came here with H1 status (without me). Because my spouse's company can only start processing my H4 visa, 3 months after my spouse start date. Since it will be difficult for us to be thousands of miles away, we decided to use my tourist visa and come here so that I can join my spouse. So, I came here initially in B1/B2 status (around February 2006). After 3 months (around May 2006), I got a job offer from one company and was willing to sponsor my H1 visa. During the H1 processing, I had to go back home for emergency. Again came back to US using B1/B2. After I came back, we got a RFE asking for the new I-94. Then, my H1 was approved around November 2006 but only started getting paid around May 2007 (after I got a client).

    If asked during the interview, when I started working? Should I answer November 2006 (when my H1 visa was approved) or May 2007 (when I started getting paid bec I got a client)?

    2) Late last year we went to Canada and our I-94 was not taken from us. We were told that it's because we will be in Canada for few days only. Hence, we dont have a new I-94 in our hands. Currently, we're still holding old I-94. When we filed our I-485, the last entry date we entered was based on the Canada trip so it wont match the date with the old I-94. Will this cause a problem during the interview?

    Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks

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  • jcrajput
    10-16 11:41 AM
    I am a July 2nd filer with PD of OCT 2006. I am planning to switch my employer using EAD. Should I notify USCIS with AC21? What is my best option? What is the risk?
    I appriciate your help.
    Thank you


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  • thuristic
    08-28 09:16 PM

    Please shed me some light on this.

    I am an early 2005 PD, eb3 ROW, PERM and I-140 approved GC candidate who has been in the US for 5 years. This eb3 retro has convinced me that I should explore my options in Canada and plan to migrate north within a 6 month time frame.

    Since I already have an approved I-140, my question is whether the document will be alive if I do decide to come down again after 3-4 years when retro is no more.

    ....or is my I-140 a sure dead and not even worth bothering? Would appreciate your thoughts.


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  • scubadude
    May 27th, 2005, 09:04 AM
    The background are the bleachers, and the white blob in the upper right is the white T-shirt on another spectator.

    I see what you mean, though. It will give me some things to play with as I continue to explore Photoshop.

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  • CheckRaise
    10-12 11:28 AM
    If I were you I wont try and get confrontational with the employer HR or attorneys as
    you will need their help in the future. They cant "sell" your approved labor(as in the past), it belongs to you and you only. Your priority date would be the day you filed your labor so that doesnt change. Just keep politely pestering them with case info give then reasonable (or more than reasonable time) before you give up. Sorry I cant be much of help here and no unfortunately cant post any screenshot only the HR and attorney has access to the system. Good luck!

    Thanks for the good words. My patience is wearing thin as this has been going on for since the start of the year and I have seen PERM applications filed later than mine getting approved. My concern has to do more with the employer keeping me in the dark about the outcome and at the time H1 expires just lets me GO citing rejection or audit!! You can call me paranoid as the filing hasnt materialized and me in the 7th year just adds to the distress.

    11-19 01:17 PM
    Thanks everyone for the valuable inputs..

    03-13 11:10 PM
    Hi gc_check, thank you very much for this info! It is very helpful!

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