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  • ups
    01-04 01:43 PM
    I think QA jobs are relaxing. I don't know about SAP job. And there are only few engineer QA in my company. All other are just with some other bachelor degree. I think company has very hard time finding expert QA and they hire anybody for that job and pay decent salary.





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  • TeddyKoochu
    04-22 03:42 PM
    Congrats and thanks for sharing this great news. Looks like E-E Relationship memo is not being applied.





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  • trueguy
    08-11 02:46 PM
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  • gcwait2007
    12-29 11:23 PM
    Received the 'Your application has been approved....' email from CRIS too on 12/02!!

    This is getting me really tensed :-(

    Hi,

    What is this email from CRIS, you are mentioning?

    You may be getting your AP?? or GC itself now? Let us hope for the best.

    Regards



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  • TexDBoy
    09-10 09:09 PM
    If your Opt is till Dec ... why did you get H1B with no I-94 ...

    I thought that only happens if you have gap between OPT and H1B ...





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  • nanibabu
    10-06 10:49 PM
    Nevermind. Online status of my case just changed to Card production ordered. Finally.



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  • Blog Feeds
    05-17 12:40 PM
    Last week we became members of Global Alliance of Hospitality Attorneys (http://www.hospitalitylawyer.com/index.php?id=47), this will allow us to serve our clients even better and offer solution to the ever changing global workforce that the hospitality industry is facing.

    Whether transferring employees between international properties or employing management trainees, immigration is an integral part of the hospitality industry. The top seven visa types utilized by the hospitality industry are the J-1, H-3,H2B, L-1,E2, TN and H-1B. The following is a brief outline of each of these visa types:

    E2 Visa (http://www.h1b.biz/lawyer-attorney-1137174.html)

    This is also known as the nonimmigrant investor visa. It is a temporary category that is granted in two-year to five year increments with no limits on the number of extensions. In comparison, the H-2B is limited to 10 months with 3 extensions. The E-2 category is available to citizens of countries that have a treaty of trade or commerce with the U.S. such as the Holland, France and the UK The State Department does not require any specific size investment. Rather it says the business owner must invest a "substantial amount of capital" that generates "more than enough income to provide a minimal living for the treaty investor and his or her family.".

    An E-2 allows European nationals to manage investments that are at least 50% Euro owned. The visa requires that the U.S. investment be substantial and generates a substantial income. While there are no hard and fast figures on what the minimum investment amount is, the USCIS generally require a business investment of $150,000 or more, but the investment amount depends on the nature of the business. For example, opening up a restaurant in downtown San Diego would require 500,000 dollars while opening up a Catering business firm may only require start up costs of $70,000. This is why there is no fixed figure on a minimum investment amount.

    The E-2 investor must show that its return on investment is more than what is necessary to merely support the investor in the U.S. Another example illustrates how this works. An E-2 investor wishes to establish a French Bakery and will invest $35,000 to buy the equipment. He expects the Bakery to generate $60,000 in gross sales. This business would probably not qualify because the gross income generated would not be substantial. The Bakery would only generate enough money to support the investor.

    H2B Visa (http://www.h1b.biz/lawyer-attorney-1137785.html)

    Temporary nonimmigrant classifications that allow noncitizens to come to the United States to perform temporary or seasonal work that is nonagricultural (such as hospitality or resort work) if persons capable of performing such a service or labor cannot be found in this country. Up to 66,000 new visas are available each year in this category. The number has been reached increasingly earlier every year. In Fiscal Year 2007, the first half of the cap was reached 3 days before the year began and the second half was met 4 months before the period began. From March of 2005 through September of 2007, returning workers were exempt from counting toward that cap due to the lack of temporary workers. Congress is considering renewing this popular policy.

    Employer's need must be temporary: Visas are only authorized if the employer can demonstrate a "temporary" need, that is, less than one year, and that the need is either a "one-time occurrence," a "seasonal need," a "peakload need" or an "intermittent need." The employer cannot use this category for permanent and long-term labor needs.

    Employee's intent must be temporary: The nonimmigrant worker must intend to return to his or her country upon expiration of his or her authorized stay. The worker may be required to prove ties to his or her home country.

    J1 Visa

    For seasonal/temporary employment, there is the J-1 Summer Work/Travel Program, which allows foreign college or university students to work in the U.S. during their summer vacation.

    This type of J-1 classification is valid for four months and allows the students to assist
    companies in meeting current labor demands. In addition, the biggest benefit to this type of J-1 classification is that the foreign students can do any type of work for the company. It is not necessary for the work to be related to the student�s degree.

    The Management Trainee J-1 visa classification is another viable option and is valid for twelve to eighteen months and considered relatively easy to obtain. The potential trainees must possess a post-secondary degree or professional certificate and one year of work experience in their occupational field from outside the U.S. Five years of work experience in their occupational field can also be used in place of the post-secondary degree or professional certificate.

    H3 Visa

    The H3 has become a popular option for many of our Hotel clients and we use it for certain trainees that need advanced training that is NOT available in their home countries.

    An application for an H-3 visa requires the prior filing with a BCIS service center of a petition by the foreign national�s prospective trainer on Form I-129 with an H Supplement, a training program including the names of the prospective trainees, and the proper filing fee. The petition may be filed for multiple trainees so long as they will be receiving the same training for the same period of time at the same location. Additionally, the petition must indicate the source of any remuneration received by the trainee and any benefits that will accrue to the petitioning organization for providing the training. The trainee must demonstrate nonimmigrant intent by having an unabandoned residence in a foreign country. There are no numerical limits on the number of H-3 petitions issued each year. H-3 visas are not based on college education.

    Upon approval of the petition, an I-797 Notice of Action of approval is issued by the service center. The foreign national submits the I-797 approval notice to an American consulate abroad with Form DS-156 and, if necessary, the DS-157 and other forms required by the consulate to obtain an H-3 visa stamp. A foreign national in the United States may apply for change of status to H-3.

    TN Visa

    NAFTA is the North American Free Trade Agreement. It creates special economic and trade relationships for the United States, Canada and Mexico. The nonimmigrant NAFTA Professional (TN) visa allows citizens of Canada and Mexico, as NAFTA professionals to work in the United States. Permanent residents, including Canadian permanent residents, are not able to apply to work as a NAFTA professional.

    The Conditions for Professionals from Mexico and Canada to Work in the United States

    * Applicant should be a citizen of Canada or Mexico;
    * Profession must be on the NAFTA list; - Hotel Manager is a NAFTA category
    * Position in the U.S. requires a NAFTA professional;
    * Mexican or Canadian applicant is to work in a prearranged full-time or part-time job, for a U.S. employer (see documentation required). Self employment is not permitted;
    * Professional Canadian or Mexican citizen has the qualifications of the profession

    Requirements for Canadian Citizens

    Canadian citizens usually do not need a visa as a NAFTA Professional, although a visa can be issued to qualified TN visa applicants upon request. However, a Canadian residing in another country with a non-Canadian spouse and children would need a visa to enable the spouse and children to be able to apply for a visa to accompany or join the NAFTA Professional, as a TD visa holder.

    L1 Visa

    L-1 category is meant for aliens coming to the United States on temporary assignment for the same or an affiliated employer for which the alien worked abroad for at least one year within the proceeding three years. Many large hotel chanins have takes advantage of this visa to bring top executives to the US locations or workers with specialized skills. The alien must be employed in a managerial or executive capacity (L-1A) or one involving specialized knowledge (L-1B). There is no annual limit on the number issued.

    The family members of L-1 alien can come to the U.S. under L-2 category. However, they cannot engage in employment in the United States unless they change the status to a nonimmigrant category for which employment is allowed.

    Requirements

    A U.S. employer or foreign employer (must have a legal business in the U.S.) seeking to transfer a qualifying employee of the same organization must file petition with USCIS.

    H1B visa

    Aliens coming to the United States to perform services in a specialty occupation or as a fashion model of distinguished merit and ability are classified under H-1B category.

    A maximum of 65,000 H-1B visas are issued every year. The H-1B visa is issued for up to three years but may be extended for another three years. Individuals cannot apply for an H-1B visa to allow them to work in the US. The employer must petition for entry of the employee.

    Specialty occupation is defined as an occupation, which requires:

    * Theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge, and
    * Attainment of a bachelor's or higher degree in the specific specialty (or its equivalent) as a minimum for entry

    A specialty occupation requires theoretical and practical application of a body of specialized knowledge along with at least a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. For example, architecture, engineering, mathematics, physical sciences, social sciences, medicine and health, education, business specialties, accounting, law, theology, and the arts are specialty occupations.

    We have processed H1B visas for Front Desk managers, food service managers, Chefs, Public Relations specialists, and Lodging Managers as well as other specialized positions.

    The above referenced visas will allow Hotels, Resorts and Restaurants to hire any type of workers needed to support their operations in the US. Hotels often face shortage in skilled labor, a careful usage of the above 7 visas will ensure constant flow of workers. Through our membership in the Global Alliance of Hospitality Attorneys, we will continue to offer our clients superior service.







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  • chanduv23
    09-05 12:58 PM
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  • yjprakash
    10-11 05:42 PM
    I applied for EAD renewal on 07/15. and on sept 30 I called Customer service and yesterday I got a letter that say

    "Our records indicate your application for employment authorization document was mailed on August 19, 2008. please check with local post office."

    I dont understand what it means because it says they mailed my "application for EAD". It should be like "approval" or some thing like that right?

    My online status & customer service automated system says that it was in processing. I dont understand this.

    I am going to call Customer service again tomorrow.If any body knows what above sentence means please let me know.



    btw, My wife EAD was approved on Aug 15th. She also applied same day.





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  • satishku_2000
    05-03 03:41 PM
    I agree with you that it is a random process but the processing date that is shown indicates that all the cases prior to that date have been "served". So, TSC-Oct 14 means, cases received on Oct 14 and later are currently being served. Hope this helps.


    Does this mean USCIS has touched all the application before the date ?



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  • gc_chahiye
    10-09 04:22 PM
    Hi,
    I called up and spoke to the IO and asked him about the rejection of I-485 due to old fees and he defended that the application would be rejected without the new fee, I tried to explain him about the July bulletin 107 and that people who were on employment based category and whose dates were current should have used only the OLD FEES till August 17th, he did not agree about it and I did not force the issue!

    If the IO officers don't agree about the right facts how would the people who just check the fee! I am sure that is why my application was rejected!

    I am not sure what to do! Can somebody suggest anything!

    How to let those people know that when we applied in August there was a bulletin which said that we can apply with old fee!

    ask them to look at Questions 7 and 9 in USCISs own FAQ related to 485 filing and the July VB:

    http://www.uscis.gov/files/pressrelease/EBFAQ1.pdf [pdf]

    Q7: Which fees apply to I-765 and I-131 applications associated with AOS applications filed on or after July 30th under the July Bulletin?
    A7. The fee of $180 for Forms I-765 and the fee of $170 for Form I-131 will remain in effect for those aliens eligible to file an employment-based adjustment of status application pursuant to July Visa Bulletin No. 107. These fees will remain in effect for all such applications filed between July 17 � August 17, 2007.

    Q9: Will customers eligible to file adjustment applications under July Visa Bulletin No. 107 have the option to pay the NEW filings fees in connection with adjustment applications filed on or after July 30, 2007 and on or before August 17, 2007?
    A9. No, customers will not have the option of paying the new filing fees for adjustment applications.
    USCIS has determined that aliens in employment-based categories filing applications pursuant to July Visa Bulletin No. 107 should be subject to the pre-July 30, 2007 fees as that fee schedule would have applied had aliens been allowed to file throughout the month of July





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  • northstar
    07-18 01:11 AM
    I dont think this should be our priority, his reporting is mostly based on illegal immigration, he does talk about H1B visa sometimes and has reported some incorrect facts, but again his focus is more towards cleaning up the H1B visa system so that things are transparent rather than stopping it altogether.



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  • shreekhand
    12-08 10:53 PM
    Good info Bpositive...

    LPR coz you didn't present the card. Henceforth... when you re-enter using your physical GC, they will write ARC on the immigration stamp, that is, Alien Resident Card.





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  • IamWithImmiVoice
    06-17 09:00 PM
    Contributed 100 dollars. Hopefully everyone here contributes and we meet our goals..



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  • arnab221
    11-21 03:09 PM
    The airlines generally take them away and send it to USCIS.





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  • yabadaba
    03-25 07:45 AM
    nonsenseNumbersUSA.com that provides accurate processes and descriptions refuting the moronic claims of numbersusa which feeds tancredo and his creed.

    i m very well versed with census data and can look at specific refutes to their claims. Also, would it help to show legal immigration levels in the developed countries.

    Canada allows 1/100th (1%)of the population to come in every year as landed immigrants (skilled migrants). 300,000+ out of a total population of 30 million with no country based limitation.

    here employment based migration which is the closest category as compared to Canada's legal migration process alllows 144,000 out of 300 million. (0.05%)

    Australia lets in 120,000 (0.6%) migrants out of which 80,000 (0.5%) are in the skilled worker category out of a population estimate of 20 million

    New Zealand lets in 34,000 (0.9%) migrants out of which 21,000 (0.5%) are in the skilled worker category out of a population estimate of 4 million



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  • raysaikat
    07-13 01:15 AM
    Hi Ann:

    I would like to ask related questions in this thread..

    what if person does not get H1 extension approved because of this new employee-employer relationship memo, Can I stay in US on other visa (F2/F1) after H1 extension denial until my priority date become current? Do you see any problem in this option?
    If you enter US on a non-immigrant VISA such as F1 or B1/B2, your GC would be considered abandoned.
    Well if it is not OK, Go back to India, then apply for AOS once priority date become current. Is this option will work?

    Many many thanks for your response...

    You must be physically present in US to submit I-485.





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  • doubleyou
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  • rb_248
    10-19 04:27 PM
    Did you have to change your address while you switched jo?. And if you had changed address, did you inform USCIS. I am trying to find out if address chnge is what triggers RFE for job switch. Also were you on H1B or using EAD with previous employer.

    I moved out of state. I owned a home and it took a while to sell. So I stayed at a temporary facility. So effectively I retained the same address. But, we got the cards just before we sold the house. So the answer to your question is No I did not inform USCIS. But, I had a justification not to inform the USCIS.





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    SGP
    04-14 06:29 AM
    Hi,
    I am trying to find a job under the "new H1-B quota" after leaving the H1-B status last year even though I did NOT exhaust my initial 6 year quota.

    So, can you

    1. enter the US on B2 for a job search from June 2011 - September 2011 - Yes
    2. leave the US on September 29, 2011 ( right before October 1, 2011 ) with a new H1-B quota I-797 - Yes
    3. get an new H1 stamped outside under the new quota with a September 20 - October 7 , 2011 consular appointment date - Yes
    4. enter the US for the job right after getting the visa stamped on let us say on October 15, 2011 - Yes

    and not raise any of the following red flags :

    1. Why is this person applying for a new H1-B visa right after returning from a B2 after such a long stay ? No Flag will be raised.

    2. Did he complete 365 days outside the US since I had a previous 6 year H1-B. I would have done 365 days outside the US by June 2011 before re-entering on B2 - If you meet the criteria of staying outside the US for 365 days, then no flags should be raised

    3. want to be a little careful since between June 2010 - June 2011 I have made a few 3-4 days trips to the US on B2 already throughout that time ? Does this hurt anything ? Would the consulate for stamping care about this or the USCIS or both ? Are the 365 days supposed to be continuous ? If you have not entered using H1 status you should be fine

    4. I dont want to change status from B2 to H1-B since people say this is very risky. Any comments ? Yes do not change status in US

    5. Would the consulate cancel my B2 visa after stamping H1-B ? - No they will not

    Please advise on where I should give gaps in my timeline or would cutting it so close work ?- Don't have reply for this. Sorry.

    Please see my replies in Bold Dark Green.
    ____________________
    Deadline = April 30th, 2011
    Goal = 5000 votes on survey (see I-485 filing w/o current PD thread) and momentum to continue with this campaign.The survey is a platform to gather and push for launching action items. Based on response by 04/30/2011 - IV will decide whether to even proceed with initiative or not.
    Actions - 1) Vote on survey.
    2)Email ivcoordinator@gmail.com with PD, ph#,email & subject "I485 filing impacted”,
    3)Print/Circulate Fliers and spread FB, wiki link (see "support thread")



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