My US employer (Fortune 20) filed an immigrant petition for me and my I-140 is approved.
I have been admitted to an Ivy League school for a MBA program and quit my job a couple of weeks back and returned to India.
I am scheduling a F1 Visa interview and I am filling in the "explanation" for my I-140 petition--------------------------
CASE TYPE: I140
IMMIGRATION PETITION FOR ALIEN WORKER RECEIPT
NUMBER: XXXXXXX. THE ABOVE I140
PETITION WAS FILED BY MY PREVIOUS EMPLOYER XXXXXXX TO SUPPORT H1B EXTENSION BEYOND 6 YEARS. I DO NOT HAVE AN IMMIGRANT INTENT AS I HAVE RESIGNED FROM
THIS JOB AND INTEND TO PURSUE MY MBA AT XXXXXXXX AND ACQUIRE THE
SKILLS AND NETWORK REQUIRED TO BECOME A SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR IN INDIA AFTER GRADUATION -------------------------
Is this consistent with the requirements in the Immigration and Nationalities Act for grant of a Non-Immigrant Visa?
For document review and specific guidance regarding your visa, it is best to consult with an attorney in private.
Even though you have resigned you will still have immigrant intent based on the approved I-140. You will need strong evidence to show you intend to return to India.
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