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  • sbajaj80
    09-14 09:05 AM
    Our checks were cashed yesterday. Receipt notice date for application is 9/8.





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  • hazishak
    09-21 10:44 PM
    I got both.

    Did everyone get receipt and transfer notice? I ask because I only got Transfer notice, and lawyer is not responding about whether he received a receipt notice(with July 2nd date ) also.

    TIA





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  • centaur
    02-23 09:52 AM
    It's not easy to get a J-1 waiver, but with recent changes in the rule, by the time you finish your residency it will be easier. Its easy to get waiver in family practice or psychiatry. Its harder for Internal Medicine/pediatrics/Surgery and fellowships (except Geriatrics)

    1) You can get a J-1 visa, but your husbands 140 has nothing to do with this. However, on the positive side, if by the time you complete your residency and donot have a J-1 waiver job and your husband is still maintaining his H-1B or has a GC, you can stay in the US and look for job, but not work. So it gives you more time to find waiver job.

    From personal experience, it would be better to go home for two years, while your husband stays here and then you come back as GC and start your practice. But thats for later.

    2) You cannot file 485 for your self till waiver is done if you take J-1. If you can wait for a couple of years for the GC (likely soon after retrogression is resolved) and then start residency, then you probably could just start on GC. But its a hard decision, as you dont know if you will get residency after this time or retrogression will resolve soon.

    Its frustrating I understand.

    Good luck

    My husband is working on H-1 B and his I -140 is approved and I am on H-4 visa. I am trying to get in US medical residency and most likely I will get J-1 visa

    I have following questions -

    1) Do I qualify for non-immigrant, J-1 visa considering my husband's I-140 approval? Would his I-140 approval not have my name associated to it ?

    2) Once I accept J-1 visa, would I be able to file I-485 when my husband's PD will be current?

    3) If I decide to quit residency after few months/year to file, would I be able to convert my J-1 visa to H-4 visa again?

    4) After converting H-4 visa would I be able to file I-485 once my husband's date is current?

    5) How difficult or easy is to get J-1 wavier

    Thanks in advance for your replied





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  • Arvin_H1
    08-19 02:33 PM
    If you reappeal I think until the decision comes you are okay. But I'm
    not sure if you can work. Need to check with an attorney.

    If your job description need to match the degree you should be fine.
    Did you submit a credential evaluation? I think if both of the above
    things are okay, you should be through.

    If I were you I will contact an attorney, like Sheela or Rajiv who
    knows what they are doing.

    babu

    Thank you all for your advices.

    As this is my H1 extension, my credential evaluation done with first H1 process itself. and, my I-94 also expired in Sept'07.

    Does anyone know any good attorney that i can contact and take more suggestions on my issue..?



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  • amdn123
    02-04 08:22 PM
    I applied for the I-485 with a notice date of July 3, 2007 (application mailed in June) and paid $180 for the EAD that has a notice date of 07 November 2007 (was not filed concurrently). Do I have to pay the $340 fees to renew it? I went through the instructions and they are confusing as they say I don't need to pay the fees if I file I-485 before July 30, 2007. At another place they say no fees if filed under the fee structure IMPLEMENTED on July 30, 2007. I went through the electronic filing and they don't even ask for the date of I-485 filing, just charge you the $340. Any advice?





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  • cbpds
    04-01 03:22 PM
    hi,

    It happened to me when my wife' s and my expiry dates were different.

    Talk to your attorney and apply asap ....they may or may not use the �Nunc-pro-tunc� category , depends on the attorney.

    Thanks



    Hi All,
    My Wife�s I-94 expired on Jan 15, 2010 and I did not know that I had to apply for her H4 extension while applying for my H1B extension under regular processing on March 1, 2010.My employer also forgot to apply for H4 extension. Now that, it�s been more than 2 months with the I-94 expired, Can you please let me know what options I have to resolve this issue?

    1.Can I upgrade my H1 Processing to Premium and add the H4 processing to it, so that both H1 and H4 are processed simultaneously?
    2.If adding H4 while upgrading H1 to premium is not possible, Should I just upgrade my H1 to Premium so that I can know the results soon and have ample time (before the 180 days grace period) to apply for H4 extension(I-539).Is it true that H1B premium approval is risky compared to regular processing ?

    3.Is it safe to go back to India within 180 days (after I-94 expiration) and get H4 stamping in her home country once I get my H1 Extension?

    4.Should I just leave my H1B in regular processing and attach the H4 extension (I-539) to it? If attaching H4 is not possible, Can I file H4 separately and get it approved before 180 days expiration?

    5.Once her H4 extension is approved, can she get her H4 VISA re-validated in US? Can she apply under �Nunc-pro-tunc� Category?

    6.Does she have an option to attend H4 visa interview in Canada or Mexico as her Visa and I-94 are expired? If yes, is this better option than going to India?


    Please reply.
    Thanks in advance
    Chinna



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  • PD073102VA
    05-21 06:45 PM
    Yes, you will be allowed to get one year extensions if your labor certification was filed before the start of your sixth year. But still you need to get clarfication from an attorney. I talked to one and she told me that since mine was filed RIR and passed the state stage and I was safe but if you filed in Non-RIR and no recruiting has been done then you may not be safe.





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  • slowwin
    07-09 11:48 AM
    Funny that this lawyer is Ok with transferring H-1b, but does not want to accept an EAD. .

    It's obvious. This lawyer wants to make money for applying H1-b (transfer ~ $5000 typically). If you use EAD he gets zilch.:D:D:D:D:D:D



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  • green-mile
    01-18 03:17 PM
    Hey NJBOY , here no one is against no one .....
    Planum is trying to tell you , check your facts before you post some thing (This includes your heading)...

    your heading clearly says [B]recession = 485 deny?, how does any one will assume if NJBOy says 485 what he exactly meant is labour certification.


    Before you blame some one double check your post.


    BTW , I don't think USCIS has history of denieng 485 on the grounds of recession, if any one who already crossed 180 days after filing 485 are required to show that the person is still working in the similar job..as long as person working , USCIS should be able to grant greencard, provided visa numbers availability.





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  • reddymjm
    02-10 07:39 PM
    EB1 ----> EB2 ----> EB3 <---- EB4 + EB5

    instead of

    EB4 + EB5 ---> EB1 ----> EB2

    Just for a change.



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  • MetteBB
    05-11 01:51 PM
    and finally... the apples again





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  • ARUNRAMANATHAN
    06-18 10:02 AM
    So PERM does this have more than one processing center .....

    Atlanta and
    ??????

    Now if more than one processing center then do you know the list of states that fall under each processing center .

    This is for ALL Guys who planning to Start the GC process ASAP.

    Thanks



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  • vparam
    03-10 06:11 PM
    You can get SSN is you could provide a proof that it is required for taking an exam or license. You need to show that the process requires and also get a letter from the license issuer that it required to issue a license.





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  • optimist578
    01-19 07:30 AM
    I-140 Filing date : Nov 2006
    Category: Eb3
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  • ampudhukode
    01-14 05:03 PM
    TiE is a good place too. Of late it has become very crowded I heard. If you have a specific area( ie. Wireless, Semiconductor, Enterprise Software) that you are interested in there will def be SIGs(Special Interest Groups) for these in most orgs and you can join them and network your way through.





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  • billbuff123
    10-27 10:42 AM
    Thanks for the replies. I already consulted lawyer may be again I need to double check with other lawyers.

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  • BPforGC
    08-13 06:21 PM
    Hi

    Whats your opinion? Do I have a chance with new updated list and 4 more publications and a letter about my leadership role?

    With identical evidence, my EB2-NIW was approved at NSC.

    -Please advice.

    BP





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  • ComicDom1
    December 21st, 2007, 01:11 AM
    First I want to say hello to everyone because I have not been on this site for a while. Second, I want to wish everyone a happy holiday season.

    Recently, I have been taking a good hard look at the Olympus E-3. I came to Canon Digital in the early days of the 1D after shooting many different digital cameras including Olympus.

    I was well pleased using my E-10, E100RS, E-20, and UZI but when I got the 1D in my hands it was as if a whole new world opened up for me again.

    Like many others, I have been following the development of Olympus Camera's. Many of us switched to other brands because we grew tired of waiting for Olympus to produce a DSLR that might be able to compete with the offering from Nikon or Canon. The move to producing a full frame 4/3's sensor was interesting as well. When Olympus finally did release the E-1, it offered a great build including a splash proof body, and some very high quality glass. Unfortunately it lacked in a few area's and although interesting, unless you shot at lower ISO, it was not a camera for people who liked to shoot in low light and sporting events.

    I realize, that not everyone has the same requirements for a camera. There are many users the E-1 body worked for. I finally picked one up after the prices fell to a very low point, and I could not resist the deal. I have found the image quality very good if you stay within the limits of the camera.

    Finally the E-3 arrived in November and Olympus had made many upgrades in this body. I was very curious as to how competitive IS built in the body of the camera would work. I was also interested in the speed and tracking of the new auto focus system, and if Olympus had really improved on the noise levels of the camera at Higher ISOs. Although many in the Olympus SLR forum at DPR will claim that Noise is no problem at High ISO, my experiences with the camera told me different.

    I do have to say, I found the E-3 very well built. The viewfinder is very bright. With the Grip attached, the E-3 felt very similar in my hands to my Canon 1D and 1DMKII.

    One of the promises that Olympus made was that the 4/3 system was going to provide us with a smaller lighter Camera body with smaller lenses. While this might be true for some of their mid range cameras, it is certainly not true for the E-3 or E-1 with the grip attached. When sitting on the floor next to my 1D and 1DMKII bodies, I did not find much difference in their size. Lenses might be another story but yesterday, I compared the Olympus 35-100mm to the 70-200 2.8 IS lens and found that the Olympus lens was actually slightly heavier. Unfortunately Olympus has not produced any faster primes like the 85 1.8 of Canon. You really do not have good comparisons of lenses because most of what Olympus produces are variable zooms with the exception of a couple of lenses. Olympus also seems to advertise that they cover the focal length of lenses better than any other manufacturer. Since they include lenses from Sigma and Lecia/pany in this claim, I find difficulty in accepting that. Certainly if I have to consider a lens, I would prefer it was from the maker of my camera, but thats just a personal preference based on past experience.

    I do have to give Kudo's to Olympus for improving both the frames per second, as well as the Auto Focus tracking and speed. I found the E-3 will track pretty well in a poorly lit gym. The E-3 also appears to write to the CF card pretty quickly. Why they included a slot for an XD card is beyond me. They would have been much better off to include a slot for the SD cards because of their high capacity.

    I also qualified to be an Olympus Global Professional member. What this means is that I can get equipment to evaluate just like what CPS offers. Olympus goes one step further than Canon here because they will even loan you equipment while yours is in repair. So I had them send me a few items to try out. Some of the items I received was the EC-14 tele-converter, 150mm F 2.0, 50mm F 2.0 Macro, as well as a ring flash, and Fl-50R to evaluate. I think I need more time with the FL-50R and ring flash to know how I feel about them.

    One of the reasons I wanted the 150mm F 2.0 (effective focal length of 300mm on the E-3) to test is because I wanted to see how it compared in weight and Image Quality to my 300mm 2.8L lens. I also wanted to know how well the E3 in body IS would work with it. Unfortunately I got side tracked because I noticed that my E-3 images contained quite a bit of noise from the images I shot and got consumed looking at that. I can tell you that the 150 and E-3 with grip combination felt very unbalanced in my hands compared to the Canon lens. The 150mm weights 3.4lbs but of course has the effective focal length of 300mm on the E-3 because of the sensor size. If we wanted to compare apples to apples, 300mm to 300mm or actual focal length, we would find that the Olympus 300mm weighs in at a hefty 7.2 lbs compared to Canon's 300mm 2.8 IS lens which is 5.6 lbs. Also the Olympus glass is much more expensive as well.

    The problem here is that we are paying more for effective focal length just because the camera sensor is different. So in my view, we are paying more for less in the physical sense.

    I mounted the 150mm on a monopod as well. Again compared to the 1D with the 300mm, even though the E-3 combination was lighter, it was not balanced as well and was more difficult for me to steady. I do attribute some of this with me being more experienced with the Canon Gear. There is another issue that concerned me here. I did not feel that the Tripod collar of the 150mm lens was made as heavy or as well as the Canon version.

    I am currently going though several hundred exposures I have taken with various focal lengths of Olympus lenses. Since I felt my body has some issues because of noise, yesterday I returned it, the grip, and the 12-60 SWD lens to my vendor. I am waiting now for Olympus to send me another body to try out, so I can find out if it was me or the camera at fault. In the mean time, it seems that my findings are similiar to what Phil found in his DPR review of the new Sony that included the E-3 as well as the D300 and 40D.

    In closing, I need to say that this all came about because not only was I interested in the development and capability of the E-3, there were also the noted problems of the 1DMKIII. At this point, I think my 1DMKII will still do nicely for sports. Since I pretty much own the Canon lenses I need, I am considering the 5D, but I want to also give the Olympus E-3 a fair chance, so I am going to wait to see if Olympus follows through on their promise to me.

    I also am aware that there is a possibility that a 5D replacement may be announced at PMA next month. Of course I am basically interested in the best image quality, I do not know if I will wait for the replacement. Since the 5D has large photosites, I would think that the replacement would have more pixels so the image quality may be affected.

    Thanks for Reading,

    Jason
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  • jfredr
    07-26 01:49 PM
    my colleague whose 485 was mailed on june 27th had his checked cleared yesterday.





    gc28262
    12-07 07:29 PM
    I have the same issue.

    Can see the status of I-485s online, but system doesn't even recognize my I-140 LIN#.
    Attorney says that this is fine. Asks to wait for few more months.
    :mad:





    sammas
    07-14 12:36 PM
    Please look at the text below

    If you filed a Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, on July 30, 2007, or after, and you paid the I-485 application fee required, then no fee is required to file a request for employment authorization on Form I-765. You may file the I-765 concurrently with your I-485, or you may submit the I-765 at a later date. If you file Form I-765 separately, you must also submit a copy of your Form I-797C, Notice of Action, receipt as evidence of the filing of an I-485.

    If you are filing for an extension of your Employment Authorization and your Form I-485, Application for Permanent Residence, was filed before July 30, 2007, then you must pay the $340 filing fee.

    Based on the above text, you are supposed to pay $340. Chances are that your EAD application might be rejected due to no filing fee.

    Coming to your questions, below are the answers
    1. Probably not
    2. If you have the application number like SRC or LIN etc., you may be able to do this. Before doing it, please take the advice of your attorney.
    3. If no application number was generated, this might be a good idea.

    Hope this helps.

    Note : I am not an attorney, please make sure to take legal advice.



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