No photo
Asker
Posted about 1 year ago.

Only the third party information will be redacted. The labor Condition Application, will be released. The I-129 petition and supporting documents will be released as I am beneficiary of the H-1B petition.

No photo
Asker
Posted about 1 year ago.

Thanks for responding.

Anu Gupta
Anu Gupta, Immigration Attorney - Boston, MA
Posted about 1 year ago.

Employer's info should also be redacted.

No photo
Asker
Posted about 1 year ago.

The employer's information on I-129 petition, supporting documents and LCA would be provided. If the employer's info on other documents is redacted, it is of little importance, since majority of the petition information(LCA, I-129 petition, supporting documents of the petition) will be given which should be enough for my records.

Anu Gupta
Anu Gupta, Immigration Attorney - Boston, MA
Posted about 1 year ago.

Not sure how the information will help you.

No photo
Asker
Posted about 1 year ago.

I thought I made it clear from the start "I want the documents since they are part of my immigration records" Just like people keep their tax returns which are 4-5 years old.

Anu Gupta
Anu Gupta, Immigration Attorney - Boston, MA
Posted about 1 year ago.

Some records are yours, some are not. Parts of the H1are not yours. H1 belongs to the employer.

No photo
Asker
Posted about 1 year ago.

Yes, but my understanding is I will be given the Labor Condition Application, the I-129 petition and supporting documents as I am beneficiary of the H-1B petition. Better than just having the I-797 copy(which is what I currently have).

No photo
Asker
Posted 12 months ago.

Out of the 71 pages of my H-1B petition, 67 were given to me as they were. Out of the remaining four pages, only the tax id of the employer was redacted. More than the majority of the information was intact as I expected.

Anu Gupta
Anu Gupta, Immigration Attorney - Boston, MA
Posted 12 months ago.

That's a new one. Thank you for letting me know.