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I am currently living in India. Due to some family reasons, I did not use my H1B visa to come to US in 2009. If I want to come to US, Do I need to wait until April 2015 to apply for H1B? or Am I eligible for cap exempt because I did not use my vis...
You will need to file for a new H in 2015, whether Cap Exempt or Cap SubjectSee question
I am currently in 6th yr of my H1B(I will be entering into my 7th year in a couple of months.), I have started with a for profit organisation and later moved to non profit organisation(still with a non profit org). My I-140 was approved recently. ...
Normally an H may port from a cap-exempt to a cap subject job as long as the H1B is approved and the LCA covers the entire employment period.
What is the visa number availability for you?
what does your current attorney say?
I am currently employed full time with Company A, but I am also interested in giving a helping hand to my friend's startup as an unpaid intern or as a volunteer. Please let me know if I can or not.
Technically, you may work for multiple H1B employers, but each must file a petition. As you are not being compensated and this is after hours you probably could do it without the second H, but why risk it?See question
N400 waiver was accepted for free because of law income.
The passport card is only valid for certain countries. It can be used to enter the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Bermuda at land border crossings or sea ports-of-entry and is more convenient and less expensive than a passport book. The passport card CANNOT be used for international travel by air.See question
Currently I am 17 years of age ( turning 18 on January 15, 2015) and my mom filed in April 2001.
Yes, if you were alive then you will be grandfathered in as well. You don't mention which country you are from, but if it is Mexico, then you will age out and you will need your own separate petition. However you will not need to leave the country to adjust and in the meantime, you have DACA. Check the visa bulletin. http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/law-and-policy/bulletin/2014/visa-bulletin-for-september-2014.htmlSee question
My spouse is working on L2 EAD with Emp A (permanent position.) We have filed for H1b (with COS) this year (2015 cap) with Emp B, got selected in lottery. It is in RFE now. Emp B is going to respond for RFE Aug End. Once his H1B gets approved, he ...
Ask your attorney, if you are not going to use your H then he should withdraw it.See question
i was in the usa before for only six months on an h2b visa that was my first time there, i did not exceed my 6month stay, and when i came home i applied for a tourist visa which i got with a entry multiple of 10yrs on my application i said i was g...
It could affect it. What job do you have at home? the better your prospects are at home, the better chances you have.See question
I'm reading the instructions and it seems like a trick. Go through all the trouble to get a certified copy or just simply photocopy my passport. And if the passport is just as reliable, do I copy just the biological info pages or the whole thing c...
I submit passport copies of any page with a stamp or marking of any kind.See question
I came to US in 2007 with F1 Visa and had been maintaining the status until May 2013. I had been out of status since May 2013. My university denied to reinstatement. . My spouse is on separate F1 and has been maintaining status. Is there’s an opt...
No. If you are out of status, you can go home- which means there is a 10 year bar against your returning. Or if you stay here, at the current time there is nothing you can do to change status short of marrying a USC.See question
I'm currently on F-1 visa. Can I apply and be approved for E-2 visa, yet remain a student?
They are two separate status's giving you the ability to do one or the other.See question