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  • mattresscoil
    11-12 11:57 AM
    I have an EB3-I I-485 Pending with PD Dec 04 and i am currently on 6th year of H1B. I have EAD but not using it. Spouse using EAD to work. Should i go for extension of H1B based on I-140 approval? How many years can i get H1B extension for?
    I am reading conflicting posts with some saying only 1 yr extension and some saying 3 yr extension based on i-140 approval. Anybody been through this or have any info on this, I would appreciate your response. How many years can i get H1B extension for?

    1. You are eligible to get 3 H1B year extension based on an approved I-140. However it is up to the Immigration officer to grant you the appropriate term. The appropriate term will depend on the employer paperwork that can suggest that there is atleast 3 years worth of work available for you to do.

    2. Two of my friends got their H1B extensions on the basis of approved 140 (after their 6th year). One of them provided the client letter proving that there is a lot of work for another 3 years but got an extension for 1.5 years only. My other friend submitted client work order showing work for 6 months but that guy got an H1B extension for 3 years.

    Your best bet is to provide all the paperwork and request extension for 3 years and leave it up to the IO to make the decision. (Certain things are beyond our control, but the things that are must be handled well)

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  • gchopes
    08-16 10:37 AM
    I just wanted to confirm that it is ok to travel on AP via Dubai from Emirates without H1B stamp. Has anyone done this recently and can you share your experience? Thanks.

    - gchopes

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  • glus
    07-05 08:26 PM
    I have just thought of something (don't know that anyone discussed this in our forum), what if USCIS do not reject the cases filed for July and keep the packages back for few months or years, just saying...

    a) Need to record each application that they have received
    b) Need to make sure that there are no concurrent I-140 filings
    c) Need to differentiate the packages received in June and July
    d) Etc
    e) Etc

    What will happen to AILA' Plaintiffs? Can they sue just having FedEx/UPS tracking number and the updated visa bulletin?

    What will happen to the folks applied on 1st July? They are not going to have AP and EAD in the future. Few of their visas may need renewal soon. How can the travel outside USA? I know there are lots more problems than this.....

    What will happen, if Oct Visa Bulletin is moved to up to 2005 for all the EB categories and the people who have filed in July not received the packages back in the meantime?

    Moreover, who knows, USCIS may not send the packages back for several weeks to avoid lawsuit. What will happen to the people who applied on 07/02?

    At this point no one knows answers to you questions. We have to wait and we will see. Ultimately, USCIS could avoid lots of headaches by accepting all July applications and issuing a new bulletin for August...but we don't know, and nobody knows what will eventually happen.

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  • jasmin45
    07-31 06:11 PM
    They also didn't ask me to sign form G28. Is this ok? Does this mean that receipt number will be mailed to me directly?
    G28 is to help attorney represent you. Since you mentioned that your employer deal with attorney on all of their employee cases, Attorney will not ask your G28. If you are paying the fees then you have all the rights to ask the status. If your employer is paying for 485, then you should politely ask your HR about the fate of your application. Attorney's may not even respond to your request as they have no established relationship with you but your employer.


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  • wandmaker
    04-02 01:03 AM
    If you do not want to send it together, send 140 and wait for the receipt notice and file your 485 after it is current. zCool has given the inputs.

    The simple answer based on your signature is - You can choose to send together, assuredly it will be adjudicated separately; the timeline is unknown to everyone.

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  • EB3_SEP04
    01-03 12:09 AM
    Please consult a lawyer - She is now AOS and should not go back to H4 as that can mean she is abandoning her AOS which I am sure you dont want. I would not even recommend getting H4 stamped in her passport. ( same reason). I am in the same boat and my wife is using EAD - My lawyer did not process her H4 extension and only processed my H1 extension.

    Again - please consult a lawyer

    Just like one can have both H1 as well as AOS, the dependant can also have H4 and AOS at the same time. There is no law/rule that even remotely suggests that getting an H visa means abandoning the AOS. My 485 was denied and had to get H1/H4 for me/my wife. Now we again have AOS, but i still have H1 and plan to enter on H1 if have to re-enter US after a trip abroad. There are hundreds of folks on this forum who extend/stamped their H1/H4 even when they had AOS.

    commenting/guessing on a situation without the knowledge of the related law/rule could mis-lead the poster. This is not meant to be a criticism, just a suggestion.


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  • hunkuncontrolled
    03-04 05:55 PM
    congrats ..u got it after 15 years ....Now start waiting for citizenship for another 5 yrs and your half life would be over..

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  • thomachan72
    06-04 08:30 AM
    I am no expert but here are a few suggestions.

    Your visa expiry date will correspond to the duration of stay originally requested in your I-129 and stated in the approved Labor C.
    However, once you enter the US your attorney will file to extend your visa and your visa will be extended for another 3 years duration from Sept 2010 (when the current one expires). After that 3 year expires you will be eligible for another 2 years + months that remains out of the total 6 years possible.

    I dont feel that you have to worry too much. The only problem is you will only have an approval notice after the Sept 2010. Once you leave the US, to reenter you will need to go to any consulate to get the visa stamped.

    Welcome to the "immigration maze". When you walk through you will see people stuck, directionless and hopeless. Try to give them a hand. Rarely you will come across people who are "very optimistic" for no obvious reason. Try to get some optimism from them to keep you energized. Best.


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  • pbojja
    10-13 10:54 AM
    I have 2 approved I-140s from same company with which I am currently working. One PD is end 2004 and another is end 2005.
    My I-485 was filed last July with PD end 2004 (I-140 was approved way back in 2006).
    Recently, an ombudsman inquiry revealed my PD to be end 2005 and not end 2004. The 140 with PD end 2005 was never used to file 485.
    Anybody with similar experience?
    How do I get this corrected?
    My category is EB2 India.

    I m in similar situation , even though we did not specify about the pending 485when filing second 140, they assigned the A number to the newly approved 140 , which is my current priority date . If you look at your recently approved 140 you will see the A number same as on your 485 .

    My lawyer send a request 1 month back to fix my PD but no response yet.

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  • angelfire76
    06-04 02:53 PM
    A friend of mine who's an account manager with Wipro said that all their H1 extensions have received multiple RFEs, with the standard wording on each RFE (client contract details, no. of people working at that location, immigration status of the people working at that location, demonstrate that the job is a specialty occupation (H1Bs for janitors anybody? ) ), client letter (even if the H1B is for a project starting 2 months down the line with a valid SOW)
    Looks like the adjudicating officers have a standard template which they issue to all non-product companies as RFE. It's plain harassment that's all foolishly thinking that if we drive the H1Bs out then automatically the companies will be forced to hire locally. What they don't understand is that the companies will offshore even more work, as already being done by hiring one GC guy to co-ordinate the rest of the team in India. :rolleyes:


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  • ivgclive
    04-25 10:53 PM
    Here is my situation: I was on my 6th year of the h1b visa (I had about 3 months left of valid visa) when I left the country in January 2010 to live abroad...In August 2010 I came back to the US on a tourist visa and I applied to get the 3 months I had left on my H1b in November.

    After waiting for over 4 months, I received the approval notice from immigration for the h1b valid only for 1 day!! (4/20/11-4/21/11)...I received the approval notice on the mail on 4/23, 2 days after the visa was valid...so basically, by the time I received the notice in the mail, I was already out of status.

    If I apply for an extension this week, do you think that they will approve my 7th year extension or they might deny it based on the fact that I applied after my H1b visa expired? If they deny it, what are my options to stay in the country?

    What would the employer gain by applying H1B if only 3 months left?

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  • corleone
    11-14 11:59 AM
    same here


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  • GetGC08
    05-11 09:14 AM
    You were out of status in those 5 months. It does not matter at LC and I-140 stages only at I-485. However upto 180 days of out of status is forgiven when you file your 485, so you should be ok. THis is IN CASE you get an RFE for this. There is a good chance USCIS might even overlook this. Also if you left the US and returned any time after tha tou tof status, your slate is wiped clean (they are only supposed to check your status since your last entry into the US). So either way you should be ok... dont worry about it.


    Thanks a lot for your reply. I really appreciate it.

    Well as you said if I went to India after those 5 months(when I was on bench) than that period of 5 months when I was on bench will be wiped out(it will be gone,clean). It means that USCIS will check my status after my last entry in to US!!
    OR they may check everything when ever I was in US including when I was on bench(including my first entry into US to till date i.e. From Feb 2005 - Till date)????

    I went to India in Nov 2006 & came back, so in that case my old records would be clean. B'cos I was on bench for 5 months in 2005.

    Correct me if I am wrong on this.

    Also as you said this will come in case of I-485 & USCIS might overlook this & may send RFE!! Any idea how to respond that kind of RFE??

    I will really appreciate your response.


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  • gc_chahiye
    09-17 02:35 AM
    I am working with Company B on H-1b. My GC labor, I-140, I-485 and EAD is filed by Company A. Now, I am close to getting EAD in few weeks. Few say that once EAD is approved, then I have start working for Company A immediately. Others say that GC and EAD is for future employment with Company A and hence, I should start working for Company A only after GC is approved.

    So, I have two questions and need advice.

    1. When should I start working for Company A, upon approval of EAD or approval of GC.
    Ideally, I would like to start working for Company A upon approval of GC.

    2. Even, if I want to transfer EAD to Company B, the job title differs as the job title on GC is more junior than the current role.

    Please let me know if anyone has similar situation and need what the reality is when EAD is approved.


    you dont need to start working for the company that sponsored your GC until you get the GC. If USCIS ever sends an RFE that company needs to confirm to USCIS that the job offer is open to you and provide a copy of the offer letter (it should match the LC). Your intent to work for that company on getting a GC should also be obvious (ie. if you currently make 5X what that company is offering for the GC job, you might have to convince the IO that you really intend to take up that offer).

    In the meantime you can do whatever you want at company B, either on H1 or on EAD.


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  • ndswaiting
    05-01 06:15 PM
    I have been a silent follower of IV for more than a year but this is my first post so be kind :)

    I am a full time employee. My 140 was approved in Jan 2008 and I am one of those who missed the July'07 fiasco (as you can see from my PD :().

    I am being given an opportunity to join another team in my company. I do not want to impact the GC process but do not want to let go of this opportunity.

    The other team is ready to replicate my roles and responsibilities as per my PERM and give me a similar title. My company lawyer believes that this would be the best approach and would not hamper my existing PERM and I140 and I would not have to restart my GC process.

    I am reaching out to the collective knowledge base of the IV community for their insights/inputs/comments and red flags to watch out for.

    Thanks in advance :)

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  • thakkarbhav
    11-17 09:17 AM
    DMV stopped issuing DL based on EAD card in Virginia. I guess it will be same for TX and other states. You need original I485 receipt to get one year extensiton. EAD no more valid document for extension.


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  • GCanyMinute
    09-10 08:42 AM
    I think you can port your PD, even if the employer revokes I-140 and uses the underlying labor to someone else. Even then you retain your PD. Just wanted to correct.

    See this Q&A from Mathew Oh:

    # Q8(07-30-06): I and my wife are Indins. I am a software engineer and my wife is a M.D. I started a EB-3 labor certification through an Indian IT consulting company in Texas on March 2, 2001. Both of us are in H-1B status. We filed concurrent I-140 petition and I-485 application. in April 2005. However, the employer was angry at me for my intent to work with another employer and withdrew my approved I-140 petition. Based on the withdrawal, the Texas Service Center revoked my I-140 and denied our pending I-485 applications. My MD wife started a EB-2 labor certification in September 2005 which was approved in November 2005. I am still within H-1B six year limit and my wife also maintains her own H-1B. EB-2 visa number has been retrogressed from October 2005 and from day after tomorrow, EB-2 number will be completely unavailable. We are so frustrated. We have two children born in the U.S. Her medical practice has been working well and she is really looking foward to her medical career in the U.S. I understand that the priority date is locked and backpacked by the alien beneficiary once I-140 petition is approved. I do not see why my wife can not use this priority date of March 2, 2001 and we file I-485 applications again. What do you think, sir?

    A. It is true that a priority date is locked and backpacked by the alien beneficiary once I-140 petition is approved unless the approved I-140 petition is revoked for fraud, revoked by invalidation of the underlying labor certification application or revoked by the Department of State for failure to apply for the immigrant visa within one year from the notice of immigrant visa application by the agency. Otherwise, the alien carries the prioriy date for life in his backpack. Accordingly, the priority date is controlled by the employer until the I-140 petition is approved, but once the I-140 petition is approved, the employer loses control over the priority date and the alien keeps the priority date. Accordingly, if you start a PERM application now and quickly obtain a EB-3 I-140 petition based on the approved PERM, you may be able to file I-485 applications again soon as the USCIS is poised to launch the Premium Processing Services of EB-3 I-140 petitions next month. However, the priority date is not transferrable to your MD spouse and you cannot file I-485 application as a derivative beneficiary of your wife's EB-2 petition based on your priority date. The PERM labor certification nowadays takes a little bit longer, but it is do-able in a fairly limited period of time. Unfortunately, in your case, you cannot extend H-1B beyond six years as one-year increment extension is not available because your I-485 denial became "final." Once denial of labor certification or I-140 or I-485 becomes final, your cannot apply for the H-1B extension beyond six year limit in one-year increment. You cannot apply for H-1B extension in three-year increment because your I-140 petition has been revoked and there is no longer adjustment of status proceeding pending for you and your family. Besides, the Indian EB-3 visa number is availalbe and when you are not suffering from the visa retrogression, you cannot apply for the three-year increment H-1B petition using the AC-21 Act. It appears that your new employer should run fast to develop and file a PERM application. For your purpose, you do not have to be bothered by the issue of EB-2 or EB-3 as the visa number is available for your EB-3 India. Good luck.

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  • Lara007
    01-16 10:33 PM
    All the metros are crowded in India. Bangalore & Pune have more IT opportunities and have good schools.

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  • sukhmeet
    05-11 02:08 AM

    My first 3 years h1b period started in oct 2006 but i got my h1b stamped in Jan 2007 (due to delay in getting dates at chennai consulate and a 221g), i entered country in Feb 2007.

    Since then I am working with a small size consulting company but it is not a typical consulting company where people do sub contracting, i am full time employee so instead of getting hourly salaries we get full time salary (bi-weekly). My employer is a partner to one of the top known IT organization (in Top 5 in US). The business model works this way that the top known IT company (product company) makes products and our company (being partner) provide service solutions.

    So generally speaking our projects depend upon how and when top known IT company client's gives small assignments to us to come and do work on-site, we get projects from 5 days on-site to 6 months and it is not known to us in advance, but yes we are payed always whether we are on-site doing a project or in office doing more research or learning things, so in summary my company is consulting but consulting to a specific product company's clients.

    So in Summary
    Client's of Top known (product Company), gives projects to top known company and the top known company passes it to our company (some time they do it internally too).

    Here are some of the benefits my company provides to its employees:

    1. Bi-weekly salary (we are payed always, no matter we are on client site or not)
    2. Employer contribution to 401 K.
    3. Payed Vacations, sick and personal leaves
    4. Medical and Dental Insurance Contributions (Major chunk payed by employer)
    5. Tutions and certification reimbursements.

    We just have strength of around 18-20 people currently half of them are US citizens and rest half are skilled h1b. My Employer is in business from last 15 years with less than 10 Million in revenue.

    My concerns:

    My first three years of h1b is getting expired on 30 Sept 2009, my employer have to file my h1b extension:

    a. Filing h1b extensionfor first time is a problem? can there be concerns?

    b. Looking at lot of posts at various immigration sites, i have watched a common trend that uscis is asking for client letter, project details etc for next three years tenure.....now in our case as i had explained we are not always sure what is coming our way and duration can be very short or very long but definitely we have assignments, so in this case if they come back to us asking for client letter or project details what should we be doing?

    c. If i get in worst situation where if i file my extension now and doesn't get approval by sept 2009, then after that if i get an RFE or something....can i file my h1b transfer with some other organization (after i-94 expires), or i can't file for h1b transfer after i-94 expires? please note: My employer will file regular h1b extension only and not premium
    h1b extension.

    d. Shall we file for my extension asap ?

    I really don't have any problem with my employer and really wants to stick with them since they are genuine consulting company who provides all benefits a good employer too.

    Any comments would be greatly appreciated.


    09-23 08:13 PM
    First of all thanks for your valuable feedback.

    FYI: I am a derivative I-485 applicant (my spouce is a primary 485 applicant).

    So, Did you mean I can join an employer on EAD and file for green card processing (labor cert, 140, and 485) as a primary applicant with my prospective employer?


    06-07 09:56 PM

    I-140 Approved : OCT 2004
    I140/I485 concurrently filled : APR 2004

    Currently have EAD and AP

    Status : Married : Adjustment of Status Pending for Both

    Did any body get their green cards because of the recent movement of eb3 dates.


    i see lot of approvals on immigrationporal.com

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