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Soon after we filed our I-485 in July 07 we went to India as my mother was not feeling well. When my wife and I were in India we got Finger print appointment notices, which we postponed around 8 times. In May 08 we came to US specially to give our finger prints and we did. Few weeks after we gave our Finger prints, My wife went to India to take care of my mom.
Yesterday, we AGAIN got Finger print appointment notices. It does not say if USCIS was unable to read our finger prints or anything, It is a regular FP notices.
Since I am here in the US, I do not mind giving FP's again, but my wife is in India and she cannot give FP now. Another thing is we applied for H1 extension, She cannot come until I get my H1 and she get's it stamped. We do not have AP to travel.
The day we gave our FP's, USCIS has put stamps on our FP appointment notices with the details. I have these notices with me. Are these of any help ???
Biometrics Processing Stamp
ASC Site Code:______
Biometrics QA Review By:_____ On ________
Ten Prints QA Review by:_____ on ________
I really do not know what to do. I request you all Gurus, please help me to handle this issue.
Now now, you don't have to be so sarcastic, do you? Our career in America is a purely economic venture. It is beneficial to both us and USA. We get good money working here and US gets skilled labor for its labor starved hi-tech industry. After all US does invite us to work here by giving us work visa, isn't it. Do you think US will be churning out work visas if they can find sufficient US citizens tech workers? So pal, its all business, nothing personal. You don't have to make snide remarks on your motherland in order to justify your stay in US.
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Sadly Immigration voice is giving importance to the “ number of posts” rather than “number of valuable posts” .
Some people are more interested to upgrade their title by putting more number of comments, which will have no information.
I request every one to understand that these are just somebody thoughts/comments some time they may be correct and some times
they are just garbage.
Janakp Can you tell us how many valuable posts you posted out of you 328 posts.
where do we get to read the receipt number from the back of the check ?..i see so many ppl write that they cud get the receipt number from the back of the check and with that the cud track the fate of receipt notice.The back of my cleared check has so many numbers but they are all overlapping and unreadable.Do any1 else has the same issue?
can any1 tell what is the window period b ween check clearance and recipt notice?
Did you issue just one check for all 485/EAD/AP or did you issue seperate checks. Further did you issue just one check for your family application as that may be why there are so many numbers at the back of the check.
You should call USCIS to get all the receipt numbers.
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your checked it cashed means you will get the receipt notice soon. Why are you in such a hurry to know the receipt number? Never have so many people actually waited for their checks to be "CASHED" . so relax and take a break
Any reason that you want to go back to your old employer? Why quit in the first place than...
I'm planning to go from consulting to Perm. If I don't like it I want to go back to Consulting. Would like to go back to the same employer as anyways my GC process is pending with him. Just trying to find out if I can keep that option open.
Will there be any issues if I use EAD to switch jobs and then decide to go back to the old employer?
Right now I've my H1 valid for 2 more yrs. If I use EAD to switch jobs my H1 will become invalid. Then if I decide to go back to my old employer what happens?Please advice me on this.
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PD: EB2 India - Jun03
I140 approved: Nov 05
I-485 applied: Jun 05
FP1: Jul 05
FP2: May 07
AC21: Job changed twice (Jun 06 and Apr 07). Sent EVL to USCIS both times with 'same job description' but 'different job title'.
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Here's my E-mail to ACLU Immigrants rights project -
Thank you for taking legal actions to fix FBI Name check delays for Immigrants
Kudos for taking actions to protect Immigration rights. As a future Citizenship applicant I'll surely benefit if this inhumane bureaucratic mess would be fixed.
FBI Namechecks aren't limited to Citizenship applicants alone. There are countless Green Card applicants stuck in the FBI backlog too. Are any legal actions being planned to help them too?
Thanks & Regards,
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Good luck to you all.
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Getting ur EAD approved AND not even paying for it :)
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I am lost trying to find information on this.
Here's the situation for adding my wife to my I-485 application (we are from India). We DO have her 100% correct birth certificate we got issued last month.
However, since the issue date on it is April 2011, our lawyer insists that we need affidavits from her parents as well (perhaps to avoid RFEs). Further the lawyer insists that the Foreign Affairs Manual for India states that these be sworn in front of a first class magistrate of India.
When her parents went to the local court and request the first class magistrate, the court officer is demanding that we have a sealed copy of the requesting authority (USCIS) that clearly states that a first class magistrate's signature is required!
(i) Is the affidavit supposed to be sworn in front of first class magistrate? Even if we have a corrected birth certificate?? Or can it be signed by an 'Executive Magistrate' or maybe even just notarized??
(ii) If yes, did someone else face a similar issue?
(iii) If yes, is there a USCIS document I could send to satisfy their demand?
I did try to find a USCIS document but all it states is that ... IF the birth certificate is unavailable ... then "sworn affidavits" need to accompany non-availability certificate from a competent local government authority.
Please advise :(
PS: FYI, they went to the Palghar court in Maharashtra, India.
The rule is
If you dont have a birth certificate
- You need affidavites from both parents
If you have a birth certificate issued after 1 year of date of birth
- You need affidavites from both parents
If you have a birth certificate issued within 1 year of date of birth
- You do not need affidavites
Dont worry i applied for birth certificate in 2005 in india and submitted that along with affidavites from parents and the documents were accepted
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If FP is for EAD, one is likely to get EAD soon with fingerprints.
If FP is for GC, it usually gets OK in 2-10 days and then there will be a soft LUD. GC application remains in pending state for Priority Date, Processing Date and Name Check (now there is NC override of six months).
FP is not a bottleneck, except for few cases - they have not received FP notices for the past 8-10 months.
It is expected that Priority Date and Processing Date will be cause of delays
so my pd is current now september 2005 row , my rd is july 2nd 2007 , i had not receive fingerprint notice yet but last week i took infopass and io shedule for 28 th may 2008 ,
after may 28 2008 , after taking fingerprint for my i 485 what do you think they will process my case straight forward ?
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USCIS accepts 3 years Bachelor from UK and New Zeland as equivelent to US 4 years, cuz these countries have 13 years high schooling. In my case due to my 3 years diploma(polytechnic) before bachelor, make my 13 years high schooling. Still exploring different points.
Have anyone earlier faced this scenerio? if yes, please share the possibilities.
Be very careful while drafting your response and choose the right eval agency. I ur case in Nebraska?
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Probably this is a simple RFE to answer. But it is puzzling why they raise such RFEs.
She is currently in the US on a B1-B2 Tourist/Business visa. This is her fifth visa and has visited the US a total of 10 times over the past 5 years, spending 1-5 months each time. She has NEVER had a problem on arrival at the airport, never been called into the room for questioning, etc.
We are planning on getting married, but we need to make a trip to her home country for my work in the next few weeks for about a month. We were planning on waiting till 30 days after our return to marry and then to apply for her I-130/I-485 after that.
We just had a consultation with an immigration lawyer who recommended that she does NOT leave the country, and that we should get married ASAP and apply for the I-130/I-485 now, wait 2-3 months and make our trip then. The lawyer thought that there was a possibility that she might not be admitted the next time she comes in if the border agent has even the tiniest suspicion that she is entering to get married.
Although her previous B1-B2 visas were renewed each year without an interview, this year she was called in and they asked her some questions. She mentioned that she was doing some work for me in China, and that she would be staying with me in the US. She also put me down as her financial guarantee in the US.
I understand the basics of dual intent, and would not want to compromise her ability to enter the country.
Of course no one can know for sure, but would be grateful for some experienced advice about this. What are her chances of being refused entry when she returns? (Her visa is valid for one year, so it would be on the same visa she arrived here on this summer.) Would it be better if she arrived on a different flight than me? Or even better if she arrived on a flight to another city rather than the one where we live?
Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I have to agree with the attorney here...B1/B2s visa are not much of a gain to USCIS. The beneficiary is not paying any taxes while in US. So there is every possibility of rejection/denial at POE. Best would be getting married while in US..The attorney's would have much more control if COS was done from US. Most attorney's would not be of much help when consular processing is involved.