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  • Becks
    02-10 07:18 PM
    Once you strart using EAD your H1 will be terminated. If you want to switch to H1 again your need to apply for fresh H1 in the new quota. You cant renew because its terminated.

    So try to switch the job with H1 transfer if your new employer supports. Use EAD only when you dont have H1 option.

    So assuming that I switch to EAD, does this mean that incase for whatever reason our I 485 application is denied, I can re claim the pending time on my h1b ? I am trying to figure out how is my h1b an umbrella?

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  • dollar500
    04-09 07:30 PM
    I am currently on H1 and have EAD through my wife (>180 d) (EB3 5/04). I am in a catch 22 situation. I am gettting a fellowship in one of the best program in the nation.

    The problem is they dont want to sponser H1. Now if I utilize the EAD then there is always a risk associated. ALso my wife have to use AC21 to move to this place as well.

    Have anybody been in this situation before? Is there anything to negotiate to push them to sponser H1b for me. Can you get H1b from a moonlighting position?

    I'd appreciate the help. I really want to join this place and feel that they also really want me as a fellow. They just dont have enough courage to speak up in front of hospital corporate offices.

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  • Hello_Hello
    01-20 06:29 AM
    1. Ravi Venkatesh
    2. Rani Swami
    3. Hema Prabhu
    4. Dayal Sharma
    5. Chin Chu
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    These are some of the people I am proud of who are EB-3. Are you proud of them too ?

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  • ineedhelp
    07-22 11:45 AM
    Hi All,

    Thank you for your overwhelming response. I did spoke to an attorney and rightfully got sucked out with $$ but it gave me some peace of mind for sure.

    1. His recommendation was that the maximum penalty in my case would be 10,000 $ + 2 months notice as given i my policy. Apart from this wipro cannot claim any more and again this could be challenged if asked for in USA but would work in wipro's favor if it is claimed in India.
    2. But he did mentioned that many of other clauses could be challenged.
    3. He also cautioned me that Wipro cannot be bounded to give my Experience letter :(

    Bottom line is i'm ready to pay 10,000$ + remaining 4 weeks notice and get a clean exit. Yes some of you might argue otherwise but i thought from my personal perspective this is right decision as i have plans to get my GC processed.

    @JRG, hope this helps u.

    @reddyram,LONGGCQUE, gc28262, pagal, crazymonk ... I'm greatful to each one of you. @LONGGCQUE your specifc response was most helpful to me as it ideally match with my situation without any disrespect to others as each one of your suggestions have made to stand up against Wipro!!

    Thanks Again.
    ineedhelp (may be in future i will help as well!!! Time to change my user id :)


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  • godspeed
    11-09 04:50 PM
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  • waitingnwaiting
    02-11 12:00 PM
    I suggest IV not sharing any more information to free members like us. Sensitive information should not be shared. Even anti immigrants read our forums. We will know if IV thinks it is okay to share. Let people who give their time and money to IV to help us have it as an incentive for helping all of us. Getting a bill passed is more important than knowing about the bill.


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  • go_gc_way
    05-13 10:25 AM
    That's really an idea , need a thought by all... pros and cons.

    Specially a forum like IV, and then I believe it will be another effort to get it there.

    Given retrogression has some what a known issue, does any one think ... this will be mentioned any way in the address.

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  • delhirocks
    07-19 10:43 PM
    Applied for LCP in July 2007 and I am not sure if I can apply for I-140/485 if my labor is approved before 17 August 2007. My PD is July 2007 but my labor might get approved in August.

    Any Guess????

    Where did your labor application go...If Atlanta...then forget about it, If Chicago, start getting all the paperwork like BC & Medical ready as you will most likely get your approval in a week or two (I got mine in 2 days)


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  • msp1976
    02-09 03:59 PM
    All non-Indian members....

    At present India is the most retrogressed country...This is just an attempt to gauge the extent of retrogression....
    This poll does not imply that you are not valuable and your concerns are not cared for...

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  • vikramy
    08-17 10:16 AM
    I recently transferred my license week back. I just showed my EAD. He cheked online and gave license based on that. At the end he took 485 photo copy.

    This is at Dublin DMV.

    Hi Guys,

    I am on H1B and my wife is working using her EAD. Like most people on here we applied in the July 2007 rush.

    Now her licence in PA was expiring and we went to renew it and provided ALL necessary documents such as Passport, I-94, current and future EADs. However at the very end after about half an hour of providing documents, the DMV guy said that the system needed "more info" and that he would have to fax everything to Harrisburg who would then contact the INS for the missing info and we would get some "letter" from the DMV.

    Has anyone faced a similar issue in PA before? If so how soon after did they receive this letter? Is there anything I can do to expedite the process such as contacting my local Sentator/Congressman's office? We have a small baby and my wife needs to drive to go to work.



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  • desigirl
    12-01 09:52 AM
    We need to get all these businesses to join together with Immigration voice and support us by lobbying and funding.
    No Great H-1b will come here if its going to take 10-20 years to get a Green card.
    I would suggest, lets have another action item to write to these companies about IV and ask for their help for Legal Immigrants that everyone needs.
    This is a big thing that is missing so far.
    See how the president of the Agricultural board, unions appear on TV asking for support for illegals and also get invited to Congress.

    Definitely a good idea.........the first thing that needs to happen is for us immigrants to contact our own employers (and if it is a big company - they will have some section that deals with govt affairs/lobbying) ask them to support our cause through action.......
    I work for a small company, but my employer is a very decent man and may provide some funds..........(Christmas season and all!).

    If he chooses to donate would it be the "contribute" link?

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  • gcseeker2002
    05-13 10:41 AM
    Does anyone have access to this article :
    It looks like favoring us ....


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  • myeb2gc
    02-24 08:43 PM
    How long did you get extension for without purchase order or letter from client ?

    Hi, i got it for 2 years 10 months, but not 3 years even after having approved 140.But it seems ok...

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  • gcnotfiledyet
    04-20 01:53 AM
    You will be extremely lucky to get any student loans without a US citizen/GC co-signer. I tried it in 2005 and had to get a co-signer. Now with economy tanking it will be tough sell without a co-signer. So do not waste lot of time in searching for student loans in US.

    As for credit cards, new laws passed by congress will not come into effect until July 2010. So until then credit card companies can screw you left and right. That beast is best not to deal with. Do not trust any lifetime APRs or anything from credit card companies. They can jack up your rates for no reason. There are no laws protecting consumers. Do not become another statistics in their game. No amount of credit card arbitrage justifies the time it needs.

    You can try HELOC if you have equity in your house.

    In my opinion even if you are paying 13.5%, it is best to keep student loans from banks. You can put them in deferment 6months post graduation or until you find a job. If you lose a job then you can get extension of deferment later down the road. The advantages associated with student loans are priceless. The money you will save by trying something different might not be your one month salary. In short not worth the headache.


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  • WeldonSprings
    05-27 11:18 AM
    I am starting a new thread ONLY for people who e-filed I-765 to NSC .

    I e-filed at NSC on 14 Apr 2010. Received the receipt on 04/16/10 and had last LUD on 04/20/10. Waiting for approval

    Are there other folks who applied around the same time as me and still have not seen approvals.

    Please respond and update this thread periodically.

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  • lrindy
    09-27 08:33 AM
    Hi All,

    I received the I-485 reciept notice yesterday from my lawyer (see below for my info), but the alien number on I-485 is different from the number on my approved I-140. My I-140 has a number starting with A099, but my I-485 reciept notice has a number starting with A088. Someone in this forum mentioned that A099 is for the primary applicant and A088 is for the dependant. I am the primary applicant for I-485, so if it is true, I should get A099, not A088. I am not sure if I can have two different alien numbers or if this is a mistake by USCIS. Is anyone in the same situation?

    I am sorry if this issue is discussed previously (I couldn't find the related thread). I would greatly appreciate your input.
    Thank you very much.

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    PD: 08/2006
    140: approved in 06/2007 (NSC)
    485 (self and spouse): RD: 07/06/2007; RN: 09/12/07 (NSC)
    765 (self and spouse): RD: 07/06/2007; RN: 09/12/07 (NSC)
    131 (self and spouse): RD: 07/06/2007; RN: 09/12/07 (NSC)
    FP notice recieved on 09/24/07
    FP appointment (self and spouse): 10/16/07

    Don't worry about it. When you go to FP appointment point this out to IO. You are correct "usually" 099 for primary & 088 for dependents. The "A" number is assigned at I-140 approval; that is "usually" the number you have on your receipts & GC when issued.("A" number is Alien Registration number and NOT the actual visa. The "A" number will be assigned to a visa once you get approved for GC.) There have been a few people on various threads have this happen to them. Just let the IO at FP know and they will help you OR speak to your lawyer about it. Note: Some applicants actually end up with a different "A" number on GC approval all together. So don't sweat it!


    LRIndy. I am not a lawyer always consult one before making a decision.


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  • harrydr
    06-13 04:00 PM
    BimmerFan, my wife is planning to apply for the med school and mostly the hospitals tend to apply for J visa instead of H1-B. Of course my preference is to get H1-B for her to avoid the J1 waiver process and who knows how tough their policy might turn out to be once you apply.

    From your expreince it seems like you have lived this process inside out. Can you please PM me with your phone number so that i can have a more private correspondence with you. I would be greatly thankful to you for assisting me with this.

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  • waltz
    08-24 02:05 PM
    I'm sorry if this has been posted before, but the show is based on the following study:


    Kauffman Foundation Study Points to �Brain-Drain� of Skilled U.S. Immigrant Entrepreneurs to Home Country
    Barbara Pruitt, 816-932-1288,, Kauffman Foundation
    Tom Phillips, 212-935-4655,, Communication Partners

    More than a million skilled foreign nationals in the United States, including doctors and scientists, face mounting visa backlog

    (KANSAS CITY, Mo.) Aug. 22, 2007 � More than one million skilled immigrant workers, including scientists, engineers, doctors and researchers and their families, are competing for 120,000 permanent U.S. resident visas each year, creating a sizeable imbalance likely to fuel a �reverse brain-drain� with skilled workers returning to their home country, according to a new report released today by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

    The situation is even bleaker as the number of employment visas issued to immigrants from any single country is less than 10,000 per year with a wait time of several years.

    �The United States benefits from having foreign-born innovators create their ideas in this country,� said Vivek Wadhwa, Wertheim fellow with the Harvard Law School and executive in residence at Duke University. �Their departures would be detrimental to U.S. economic well-being. And, when foreigners come to the United States, collaborate with Americans in developing and patenting new ideas, and employ those ideas in business in ways they could not readily do in their home countries, the world benefits.�

    Conducted by researchers at Duke University, New York University and Harvard University, the study is the third in a series of studies focusing on immigrants� contributions to the competitiveness of the U.S. economy. Earlier research revealed a dramatic increase in the contributions of foreign nationals to U.S. intellectual property over an eight-year period.

    In this study, "Intellectual Property, the Immigration Backlog, and a Reverse Brain-Drain," researchers offer a more refined measure of this rise in contributions of foreign nationals to U.S. intellectual property and seek to explain this increase with an analysis of the immigrant-visa backlog for skilled workers. The key finding from this research is that the number of skilled workers waiting for visas is significantly larger than the number that can be admitted to the United States. This imbalance creates the potential for a sizeable reverse brain-drain from the United States to the skilled workers� home countries.

    The earlier studies, �America�s New Immigrant Entrepreneurs� and �Entrepreneurship, Education and Immigration: America�s New Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Part II,� documented that one in four engineering and technology companies founded between 1995 and 2005 had an immigrant founder. Researchers found that these companies employed 450,000 workers and generated $52 billion in revenue in 2006. Indian immigrants founded more companies than the next four groups (from the United Kingdom, China, Taiwan and Japan) combined.

    Furthermore, these companies� founders tended to be highly educated in science, technology, math and engineering-related disciplines, with 96 percent holding bachelor�s degrees and 75 percent holding master�s or PhD degrees.

    Among key findings in the most recent report:

    Foreign nationals residing in the United States were named as inventors or co-inventors in 25.6 percent of international patent applications filed from the United States in 2006. This represents an increase from 7.6 percent in 1998.
    Foreign nationals contributed to more than half of the international patents filed by a number of large, multi-national companies, including Qualcomm (72 percent), Merck & Co. (65 percent), General Electric (64 percent), Siemens (63 percent) and Cisco (60 percent). Forty-one percent of the patents filed by the U.S. government had foreign nationals as inventors or co-inventors.
    In 2006, 16.8 percent of international patent applications from the United States had an inventor or co-inventor with a Chinese-heritage name, representing an increase from 11.2 percent in 1998. The contribution of inventors with Indian-heritage names increased to 13.7 percent from 9.5 percent in the same period.
    The total number of employment-based principals in the employment-based categories and their family members waiting for legal permanent residence in the United States in 2006 was estimated at 1,055,084. Additionally, there are an estimated 126,421 residents abroad also waiting for employment-based U.S. legal permanent residence, adding up to a worldwide total of 1,181,505.
    Using data from the New Immigrant Survey, the authors find that, in 2003, approximately one in five new legal immigrants in the United States and about one in three employment-based new legal immigrants either planned to leave the United States or were uncertain about remaining. The authors had no data on how many foreign nationals have actually returned to their homelands.

    �Given that the U.S. comparative advantage in the global economy is in creating knowledge and applying it to business, it behooves the country to consider how we might adjust policies to reduce the immigration backlog, encourage innovative foreign minds to remain in the country, and entice new innovators to come,� said Robert Litan, vice president of Research and Policy at the Kauffman Foundation.

    About the research team
    For more information about the Global Engineering and Entrepreneurship research at Duke University, visit; visit to learn about Harvard Law�s Labor and Worklife Program; and visit for more information about New York University.
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  • ram_ram
    11-01 07:05 PM
    Legally speaking, You should not change the Metro Location for which the labor is applied. Exemption is Consulting companies can specify alternate location as 'Various client locations as specified by the employer'. Primary location would be the Head Office. So it all depends on what is specified in the labor.


    My PD is March 2006 and my 6th year on H1B ends in March 2007. My LC was approved in March 2006 and I-140 got approved in July 2006. My company has relocated me to a different state. (same job, same title and company)

    I have updated INS about my address change by sending AR-11. Would the job location change (from CA to NJ) have any impact on my GC processing?

    Could you please advice if you info on this?


    11-09 06:13 AM
    I have applied for 485 on July 23rd. Received EAD and AP but I have not received Finger Printing notice so far. I tried calling the 1800** number but could only hear the recorded message.

    My case was indeed transferred from California to Texas on September 20th.

    Please advice.

    09-22 05:01 PM
    Well said guys.....I do not know why this thing hangs around me with me having EAD. EAD is just like GC with some restrictions. Why should I worry?

    Keep running life as usual. Just think people at the back of you?

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