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Answered about 1 year ago.
One to two months.
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Answered 11 months ago.
Company C may be able to file change of employment petition if you maintain our current H1B status.
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Answered 19 days ago.
Generally, both husband and wife are client for a family based immigration case, but you have to discuss the issue with your attorney.
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Answered 6 months ago.
It is a problem. If you worked without authorization over 180 days, generally, you are not eligible for adjusting your status in the U.S.
Answered 7 months ago.
They still could remove the condition even if they divorce. The process is complex. Please consult an attorney in private.
Answered 12 months ago.
Can be done, but not advisable. USCIS has to approve the extension petition before your change of employer petition is approved.
If you drop out of the school, you will lose your F-1 status. You need to talk to your school's DSO.
Answered over 1 year ago.
I agree with my colleagues.
Although you might be eligible for the proposed deferred action status, the rules are not implemented yet.
I agree with my colleague. You might or might not need a new visa stamp. We need more facts.