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  • fromnaija
    06-27 01:20 PM
    I am in a similar situation. My attorney says I could file.

    Can i file for I-485 while my H1-B extension petition is pending?
    Should i premium process my H1-B petition before i can be ready to file my I-485 in july?


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  • sanju_dba
    01-28 03:59 PM
    not sure at this critical moment you are seeking your answer in a forum instead knocking the attorney's door.

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  • sankap
    07-25 03:34 PM
    She definitely would have issues if plan to travel in TN visa. TN visa is not supposed to have any immigration intent.

    The best thing to do is change her status to parolee and start working using EAD. There is no reason for her to continue in TN status, after filing 485.


    I agree w/ Morch: TN, unlike H1B, is not a dual-intent visa. Change to EAD/AP.

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  • skarthy
    11-27 04:41 PM
    Hi ,
    My wife is in this situation where she would like to travel to Canada to see her sister.
    We applied for 485 and have got out EAD( did not apply for AP, thinking of appying now.)
    She has a H1B stamping from her old employer's H1, valid till 2009. She moved to a new company and the H1 there is pending.

    Can she travel to Canada and comeback showing her old stamping ?

    Are we abandoning the current H1 if we go out while its pending ?

    She just wants to see her sister and they wont let them visit either. :(

    Thanks a bunch for your time.


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    06-12 04:44 PM
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  • malibuguy007
    05-04 09:11 PM
    If you are on H1 then the ticket should be provided for by your employer - that is my understanding of the law.


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  • drak70
    11-01 12:27 AM
    Hi all,

    My wife has MSc in Comp and has work experience of 2 yrs as a programmer in India. She came last year on F2 and applied for H1 this year but She didn't get selected in the lottery. Someone told her that she can apply for jobs in universities and they do H1 (no cap).
    Can someone tell us that this is true? and also suggest us where else can she try looking for jobs? Are all the Not-for-Profit organizations same in terms of doing H1 (no cap)?

    I appreciate any suggestions and thanks in advance.
    yes of course
    All US universities and Hospitals are non-cap
    the pay is less but jobs is more stable and the university will file the visa paperwork(no lawyers fees)

    changing to cap-subject requires a regular oct-dependent h1b visa again

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    02-15 09:30 PM
    AILA Leadership Has Just Posted the Following:

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    05-21 01:08 PM
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  • needhelp!
    09-23 05:59 PM
    Here is one of the comments below that article that makes sense too (claims to be from a congressional staffer):

    As a congressional staffer, I'd say you should just call. Even if you address the letter to the LA, it will likely be passed off to an intern or an LC (legislative correspondent). Writing to constituents is not fun, and most offices have people that do it all day long.

    More than likely, an intern will pick up. DO NOT just start rambling about whatever issue you want to gripe about. This signals the person who answered that you are crazy, and should not be speaking to a staff member. They are very busy, and no one is going to pass a crazy person off to their boss. The intern will know to either say "We'll pass that on for you" (which he will not), or say "I've made a note and I'll deliver it to the congressman" (again, he will not). Interns don't know anything, nor do they have the power to do anything.

    Instead, simply say your full name and ask whoever is on the phone to speak with the LA who handles the issue about which you are concerned. Be calm, be stern. If you speak to the LA, don't just start off with "I have some opinions I'd like you to know; here they are!" Instead, ask questions! Ask what the congressman's positions are on the issues. Ask why. Explain your own position. Finally, ask if there is any other information the staffer might need.

    You might be passed off to voice mail. Do NOT give your opinions here. Simply say that you have some concerns about a certain issue, and that you would like a call back.

    Most offices have daily callers and letter writers who leave incoherent notes and messages about anything from UFOs to mexican truck drivers. Your goal should be to separate yourself from this crowd.
    Do this, and be rational, and you just might make a difference.


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    05-27 12:40 PM
    Two little-known types of immigrant visas are the T and the U visas. The T visa is for people innocently involved in human trafficking, and the U visa is for victims of crime. The U visa's basic purpose is to make it easier for police to prosecute those who commit violence.

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    The visas began flowing only 18 months ago and the majority have gone to domestic violence victims, say officials from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

    Under the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act, up to 10,000 such visas are authorized annually. Illegal immigrants may receive such visas if they've suffered "substantial" physical or mental abuse from criminal activity and, among other things, a law enforcement agency certifies they have information on criminal activity. The visa can lead to permanent legal residency status.

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  • skilledWorker
    08-18 01:09 AM
    You are on AOS PENDING status. Since u've a valid H1 stamped in ur passport, you are free to roam in-and-out of the country without any issues.

    Your H-1 will be invalid until your 485 is approved or you use EAD to work or AP to re-enter US.

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  • snathan
    09-15 11:33 AM

    Processing Type: Regular Processing
    Receipt Number: WAC081-465-XXXX
    Received Date: APR,24 2008
    Notice Number: N/A
    RFE Date:
    RFE Responded Date: sep 16 2008
    Status: RFE responded and case resumed

    iam going to wait since one year.but still its going to be employer didn't say anything. I was getting frustrated everytime I looked at it, same statment: "Case resumed"
    what will i do?can i raise the service request?can i directly call to the uscis?

    please suggest me...

    Change it to the Premium Processing.


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  • andyny73
    12-09 10:31 AM
    Thank you for your reply.


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  • whattodo21
    01-28 09:15 AM
    If waiting for decades is not considered backlogged, don't know what it should be called!

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  • neeidd
    11-12 06:51 PM
    Please send an email to info at with a proof for your continuing subscription for us to check the records and fix this.
    Thanks for your reply, Pappu

    09-30 12:42 PM
    I don't think that's possible. USCIS wants a physical address where you stay and will not deliver mail to PO box. In fact there is no forwarding of documents sent by USCIS too. They are all returned to USCIS.
    This issue I think originates from the fact that USCIS wants to know where all aliens are physically staying.
    I wanted to have a PO box to avoid any issues with mail theft and my lawyer said its not possible.
    Anything different coming from your lawyer would be welcome.

    Lawyer also has given whatever your lawyer said.
    However, I know of few cases where people received green cards at their po boxes. If you call up custmer service, they will be happy to change the I-485 addresses to po box addresses.

    ABC of GC
    08-27 02:18 PM
    Dear new member,

    This issues is discussed in very detail in one of the threads recently, so please do your research and find out.

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