We are not in Chicago. Their POE is in Chicago. I may have to go to the local USCIS office and clarify it.
I am also checking with the Attorney.
You can go to the closest international airport's CBP. USCIS local office cannot do anything about it. Only CBP can.
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Visa stamping is not necessary to remain in the US so wondering why a CPA would consider this a necessary work expense.
2) Can I move to and start the GC process with another company and use the current PD (I140 approved, 180 days passed), even if my current company revokes I140 and my Job description is very different --- I'm assuming yes.
3) What if I leave the country and come back after 2-3 years and reapply. Can I reuse the PD of my current application?
I was told by a friend that the priority date is mine forever since my I140 is approved. Is that correct?
YES YES YES - go ahead screw your smalltime employer
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You've got to hand it to these attorneys. They have a way of writing a lot without saying anything.
Sheela Murthy excels in this art. In this situation, should we still file for 485 or not? She will write a whole page on this and finally say you have to make that decision yourself.
Thank you, but I already know that one!
It's not per quarter. It's based on your earnings. It was around $4000 per year gross or so for 4 credits. So if u arrived in December and left in Feb with 8 years in between you would be eligible if you get paid $4000 per month.
For a lot of finance information go to http://groups.msn.com/R2IClub. For 401K information, IRA, ROTH etc search google for "RRK Limits". RRK has tonnes and tonnes of info. By planning your departure from USA you can minimize the taxes on 401K. Penalty cannot be avoided.
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It is a random process for sure.
yes looks like its a random pick..
There are guys which got and not got (waiting) even PD is current and RD not fall under processing dates.Its kind of mixed possibles!!
rajesh1972 - You should ask your wife to consider giving birth child in US land, who knows your baby may be a next president.
Also, you may consider naming him/her Barack...;)
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Remember, DOL is not depending only on you to find out the truth. The way it works is, if your employer comes under investigation, they'll first try to establish the facts, from DOL LCAs (all for H1Bs, and report fraud to USCIS if necessary). Most likely your name/details came up from LCAs, which are public information. When they ask you, they are trying to find out, the exact degree of exploitation (if any) and whether you willfully participated in it (fraud or exploitation) or not. DOL after all its investigation, establishes, what they callas 'cause of termination' which will allow you as a H1B employee to move out without any issues of that employer.. In addition to H1b individuals, they may also ask Employer for his tax records, payroll info and bank statements, which will establish the truth.
Two, even if you support your employer (for whatever reasons, including fear or immigration), not everybody will, which in turn will anyways trigger proper investigation and the exposure of truth. So why not to convey the fact which will show up anyways.
Three, At your heart you always know, what the truth is. Go with it. Write minimum on paper, if you are not comfortable writing it all. But definately make it a point to write the truth.
Fourth - If DOL is asking you to verify something, fill in WH4 form and submit to them. This will establish you as one of people who blew the whistle. Law protects (even for immigrants) in this case, and your H1b will be intact. THIS WILL SAVE YOUR IMMIGRATION STATUS LIKE NOTHING ELSE CAN...
AND OFCOURSE, START SEARCHING FOR ANOTHER JOB.
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USCIS should allocate 140,000 applications in a fiscal year. So, in a month they need to process, at least, 140,000/ 12 = 11,667 applications.
Assuming that they have, at least, 20 working days in a month, they need to process 11,667/ 20 = 584 applications.
So, now the question is, how many employees does USCIS have and are dedicated to the I-485 processing? We don�t know the exact number. Considering that USCIS is getting lot of revenue, they should have, at least, 50 employees doing this work.
So, 584/50 = 12(Approx) applications they need to process in a day, per person.
So, do you think it is viable? Of course, it is�
What they need to process the I-485 application? They are not doing any FBI names check, or background check (Assuming that everything is done by other organization). So, how long does it take to review the I-485 application? Well, when I filled the application, it took me about 1 hour. So, to review it, let�s us say, it takes about 1/2 the time fill the application; that�s about half an hour. Considering the calculation that we made, it takes an about 6 hours to process 12 candidates. With this assumption, they still have 2 hours left to do miscellaneous tasks. Now the question is what the heck they are doing all the time? Why did they process only 80,000 applications in about 8 months? Are they lazy? Don�t they have enough employees (This shouldn�t be; an average Indian consultant company will have at least 20 employees!!). This is really a mystery. Anyways, if the USCIS really and whole heartedly wants to process the applications, they can; but they really don�t care about immigrants or their plights. :rolleyes:
The assumptions here are all the 50 guys are working only on EB cases no family and other cases, they are not doing any other data entry job like putting 450/ead/ap applications into system, they are not approving any of ead/ap cases. And they are working 8 hours daily. Looking at the general work environment around i bet the productive hrs in 8 hr work day is around 5/6 hrs. So keeping in mind these factors i feel the 80000 is okay number. They certainly need more staff. My 2 cents.
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Since PD are essentially retrogressed from Nov. 2005, we can assume that since then another 100,000 Indians have joined the GC backlog. It can also be assumed that between 2001 and Nov. 2005 there must be another (atleast) 50,000 waiting for GC.
Assuming these numbers are correct, a person filing for labor today is looking to wait for atleast 15 years before getting a GC (150,000/10,000).
As for those wth PD prior to Nov. 2005 - well..... probably anywhere between 1 to 5 years .....
Comments on the analysis.........?
I am not sure what percentage of these are PERMs, filed for same person. Atleast, I for one can speak for myself. My PERM was filed last year but now since I changed my employer after that, everything is reset.
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While sending passport for Renewal, do I have to attach I-94, too alongwith Old Passport, or should I remove it..I am sending it by Certified Copy..
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Not Enough :rolleyes:
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This is causing many Indians to go for a chest xray. I feel this is a ridiculous requirement.
Atlanta PERM Center belongs to DOL not USCIS