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  • amaran18
    08-13 04:30 PM
    First of all, Congrats !!

    You should talk to a lawyer to get this clarified.




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  • reddy_h
    03-17 02:11 PM
    Hi, continuing the same line of discussion, I have a slightly different question. Assuming the insurance company does not reimburse us for 485 medical exams, then can we atleast seek tax rebate on this expenditure? In other words, are the medical expenses incurred for 485 filing deductible at the time of tax filing?

    Only if your total medical expenses for the year cross certain limits. These limits depend on your AGI. Please check IRS.gov website for latest updates.




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  • validIV
    04-27 03:12 PM
    Guys..I'm sorry ..I'm mixing up things,,Here are the accurate details..

    Labour Priority date is Nov'20 2007
    My I-140 receipt date is Feb'20 2008..
    My I-140 Approve date is Sep'24 2008

    My 6 years H-1 will be completed by Jan'2010..but still my H-1 was denied..

    Don't see any reason why you would be denied. You will have to wait for the denial letter.




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  • grinch
    05-11 01:56 PM
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  • Leo07
    10-05 06:32 PM
    I'm sure bluekayal's comment was a light hearted and please take it as such. Let's not hijack the thread any further. ( I understand my post is also a hijack:))

    bluekayal, Thank you for all your efforts. I can see you are a serious IV member and this is just a off handed remark.




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  • subba
    05-30 02:29 PM
    People have started saying they would be happy to get GC in 5-10 years.



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  • Can2004
    10-08 08:26 PM
    H1B, AOS pending @ NSC(PD- Sep 2004, 485 RD - 08/17/2007).
    Yes, I responded in march of this year.Few LUD's in July and Aug but no GC.




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  • rajuram
    01-10 02:04 AM
    When will USCIS process my 485 case? - this sounds familiar, I have asking this question for the last seven years, are we not all asking this......



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  • shar533
    05-23 11:03 AM
    Mr Aggarwal
    Thanks a lot for clarification. So that means I dont have to worry about anything and if USCIS approve my case that shall be for 1 year and 4 days.
    Sharma




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  • mambarg
    07-20 09:56 AM
    I got the answer.
    INS review have steps to lookup info in CLAIMS software to see if there is approved petition.

    http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=ff4ed0676988d010VgnVCM10000048f3d6a1RCR D&vgnextchannel=c54f0ccc1793f010VgnVCM1000000ecd190a RCRD

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  • samnay
    07-18 03:33 PM
    I have heard that there is a Fiancee visa - K visa or something. Do look into that if you would like to bring in your would-be here before your marriage. To your original question, your strategy sounds cool to me. Marriage etc. are important decisions, that affect you life-long, much more important than stupid GC, work visa etc. I would recommend, follow your strategy, file your I-140 as soon as you can and then wait to get married before you file your 485. Since you are from a non-retrogressed country and EB2, you should not have to worry about backlogs etc. Good Luck.




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  • GCneeded
    11-07 12:32 PM
    Thank you everyone for the responses.

    Dreamworld, Could you let me know what kind of supporting documents are needed. Thanks in advance.



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  • Hong12
    02-06 01:49 PM
    Thank you very much for your help. I really appreciate it. I actually tried to fill out the Forms DS 156 and DS 157 and got totally lost. The following is my background. I worked at the company A in US as an Electrical Engineer until May, 08 (the end of my 6 year H1). Then, I went back to Malaysia and worked on my family business as a store manager and business owner, selling electrical appliances. My PERM is currently pending over one year now. Accordingly, I got an approval for 1 year and 2 months on my H1. I will now come back to work at company A in US, starting March 5, 09 (the same US company that I worked until May, 08).
    I have questions that I am unsure about the Forms DS 156 and DS 157 as the followings:

    Form DS 156
    - Question 28 (who will pay for your trip): does the trip need to be paid by the US Employer? Can I pay it myself? My concern is I am not sure if I have to pay it myself because of my H1 Status. Pls advise.
    - Question 20 (Name and Address of Present Employer or School): I think this should be my current company. In this case, please advise if this should be Company A that I will be start working in March or my family business in Malaysia.
    - Question 21 (Present Occupation): should this be Electrical Engineer or Store Manager (Business Owner) for my family business? I actually worked as an Electrical Engineer for over 8 years. I only worked on my family business as a Store manager (Business Owner) for one year. Please advise which one I should put.
    - Question 25 (Name and Telephone Numbers of Person in US Who You Will Be Staying With or Visiting for Tourism or Business): I will go back to work at Company A in US, and my brother lives in the same area that I will be working. So, I�ll be staying at my brother�s place. In this case, should this Item be the company A�s address or my brother�s address? Otherwise, should I put �None�?
    - Question 29 (Have you ever been in US?):
    For How long?: would this be (6 year � 2 months) since I spent 2 month vacation outside US during this past 6 year H1?
    Enter Additional Visits to US here: I made 3 trips to Malaysia and 2 trips to Canada during this past 6 years of my H1B. I also made one trip to Canada during my F1 visa. In this case, I�m not sure if this should be the date I returned back to US from my trips to Malaysia and Canada. Should I mention only the trips during my 6 year H1 or mention all the trips, including the period of my F1 Visa?

    DS 157
    - Question 12 (Not Including Current Employer, List Your Last Two Employers): I worked at company B in US till Jan, 07 and then moved to Company A in US until May, 08 (the end of my 6 year H1). Then, I came back to work on my family business till now. I will go back to work at Company A again in March, 09. I am not sure if my present company is my family business in Malaysia. My future company is Company A that I will start working in March, 09. My two previous companies are Company A that I worked from Jan, 07 to May, 08 and also Company B that I worked before Jan, 07. In this case, should I put Company A (Jan, 07 to May, 08) and Company B (before Jan, 07) as the last two companies? Please advise.

    Another issue is that I worked on my family business as a Store Manager (Business Owner) for almost one year. This is not engineering work. Would this cause me any problems for my visa application because I will go back to work with company A as an electrical engineer? Note that I still get work from company A from time to time, but I just did not get pay during this time that I stay in Malaysia. Please advise.

    Please help�. I am totally confused and need to use these two forms for the visa interview. Thank you very much.




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  • komaragiri
    08-10 11:55 AM
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  • GEEGEE
    07-24 10:10 PM
    Hello,

    I too have the same problem, have sent the documents for filing I-485, mostly it will be filed before 17th Aug 2007. My passport is expiring on Dec 2007. I had sent it for renewal.

    Will that be ok to file I-485 with old passport which would be expiring in Dec 2007?



    thanks..




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  • gcwait2007
    12-08 07:18 PM
    USCIS Ombudsman resolves general issues like delay in NSC for I-140 approvals.

    I found the following in DHS website:

    CIS Ombudsman - Send Your Recommendations

    Your recommendations are accepted and encouraged. The Ombudsman is dedicated to identifying systemic problems in the immigration benefits process and preparing recommendations for submission to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for process changes. The Ombudsman believes that process change recommendations from individuals like you represent one of the best sources for identifying systemic problems in the immigration benefits process.

    Ideally, your recommendations for process changes should not only identify the problem you are experiencing, but should also contain a proposed solution that will not only benefit your individual case, but others who may be experiencing the same problem as well.

    The CIS Ombudsman is dedicated to open and accessible communication with both individuals and employers and not only welcomes, but encourages your comments.

    Send your comments, examples, and suggestions to the Ombudsman at cisombudsman@dhs.gov

    Mailing Address:

    Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman
    ATTN: Recommendations
    United States Department of Homeland Security
    Mail Stop 1225
    Washington, D.C. 20528-1225


    Please note: If you are attempting to submit a case problem to the attention of the CIS Ombudsman, please follow the instructions listed under Case Problems.

    Please note that the CIS Ombudsman is not part of USCIS. The CIS Ombudsman is a separate office within the Department of Homeland Security dedicated to improved national security, efficiency, and improved customer service in the immigration benefits process.

    http://www.dhs.gov/xabout/structure/editorial_0501.shtm


    There is also a tele-conference happening on 14-Dec-2007 from 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm EST. For attending the call, you need to send email for getting you invited.


    I request Leaders of Immigration Voice to decide whether they can take-up with USCIS Ombudsman.

    Thanks



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  • amslonewolf
    11-09 01:36 PM
    I am sure many of you would agree with the below observations -

    I lost money in the 2001 stock market because I believed that the market could never down based on all the glorious research reports..

    I lost money again in 2005 as I bought a house believing that a house value can only go up, again reading all the real estate boom that was happening around.

    Now, I keep reading that the Indian market is oh-so good that everyone should go back to India to live in the villas and ride around in the chauffeured cars:)

    Hmm, as always, I have been the last one to get on the boat before it went under. So, with all pun intended, what Indian ETF should I start investing and when should I buy my one-way ticket :rolleyes:

    As my mom always says - Mountains always look smooth from a distance. This time I think I will stay put and wait it out for my GC..




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  • psk79
    08-13 06:09 PM
    Its been 2 weeks that I have received my receipts for 485,765,131 from NSC. Thanks

    ihabosman and MUKRAW6,

    Do any of you guys have a TSC approved I140??????????????

    THANKSSSSSSSSSS for your REPLY




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  • prioritydate
    08-13 12:31 AM
    When India won its first Olympics individual medal, someone posted it on this site. People descended on that poor guy asking him to stick to the subject. Now where are those guys? Do I need to assume that they are not offended by this time?




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    Anders �stberg
    January 18th, 2005, 01:10 AM
    Bob, no problem, your post is most welcome and quite on topic AFAIAC! Please everyone add comments, questions, follow-ups,... the more discussion the merrier! :)

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