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  • simple1
    09-17 01:25 PM
    The following attracted me.
    - only toefl required. no gre/gmat required.
    - low fees (with sponsored tuition option)
    - detc accretion (legal, not a diploma mill)
    - no residency required.

    Other than that it is not a famous university. I believe it is not in any ranking what so ever.

    more details.
    http://www.aju.edu/Admissions/catalog.pdf
    They offer specialization on sales, strategy, finance, hr, health services and marketing.

    I am just thinking about applying. Not decided yet.

    This is interesting. Do you know more about the program ?
    The website has very little info. They want $75 fee to get started.
    Is there info on who offers the degree, how many courses need to be taken, how long does it take etc ?





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  • ras
    07-19 09:27 AM
    May not be exactly what you are looking but will get some info through the following threads

    http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?t=19347

    http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?t=20271

    follow the links in them as well so that you may find something useful





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  • golgappa
    08-19 01:13 PM
    Hi Gurus,

    I am in company A on H1B and doing H1B transfer to Company B.

    Company B is saying that I can join the same day on which the H1B transfer packet is received by USCIS.

    if the docs are delivered on SEP 01 2009 can I join on the same day, or I should join from SEP 02 2009





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  • dealguy007
    05-12 06:29 PM
    u can stay with A, no problem.

    I am in the same boat, so can we use PD and I-140 from employer A even through my employment and H1B are not with Employer for a few months?



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  • gjain
    11-03 08:30 PM
    I am just wondering if notice date and receipt date combination means anything in terms of when the EAD will be processed?

    I think so since lots of people with receipt date same as mine, who have their EADs approved had an earlier notice date .
    Also other people with same notice date with EADs approved had an earlier receipt date.

    Just trying to gather some evidence here.

    Thanks.





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  • b3mus3d
    11-11 08:11 AM
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    Right, I'll just set up a photobucket account for the moment...

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  • yabayaba
    01-14 02:58 PM
    HI,

    My EB2 perm labor was approved recently and thinking of filing I 140.
    Trying to port my EB3 PD, 09/23/2003 to EB2.

    I missed filing I 1485 for my wife in july 2007.

    My question is if I go ahead and file I 140 premium for me , lets say it gets approved soon ,my dates will be current.Should I file I 485 for my wife then ?

    What happens if they approve my I 485 before I file my wife's 485.

    How long it took for you to get the labor aproved?. What are steps and duration it took?





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  • bhlpimmi
    10-08 10:41 PM
    Thanks for starting this thread, its unlucky and frustu..
    9/15/07(RND),missing i-140(reason),uscis fault,9/26/07(resubmitted),no response,waiting for action from uscis



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  • PlainSpeak
    04-07 12:36 PM
    Hi,

    I am looking to switch employers. Although the job descriptions are pretty similar ( C coding, design, protocols etc.), my PERM was filed for Computer Software Engineer-Applications whereas the new one falls under Computer Software Engineer, Systems Software. Is this a risk during I-485 adjudication. Also my new salary is 50% higher than my original PERM salary (It has been almost 4 years since my original PERM).

    Thanks.

    Descriptions look similar but what you need to check is the SOC code are a close match or not. That is important. Regarding the salary difference taking inflation into account and salary hikes ove the 4 ye4ar speriod you should not have any problem. Check this below link for AC21.

    http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/forum14-members-forum/2092141-announcement-uscis-issues-faq-for-clarifying-same-or-similar-classification.html#post2501737





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  • eb2_immigrant
    09-09 12:12 PM
    I got the RFE yesterday for my wifes AP I-131, Its about photo as expected.

    Have you been seeing any approvals for EB2 India lately?



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  • rajbgp2002
    01-17 12:57 PM
    Different service center case number starts with different letters.
    My case is same as yours. Earlier it used to be EAC, the latest one is WAC.
    You should be able to use WACXXX... for online tracking.





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  • izolo
    06-04 02:10 AM
    I applied for H1-B visa on April 2007 and the petition was approved from October 2007 to 26Th of September 2010 but when I came to USA consulate office to get the visa it became pending putting under administrative processing. It took almost 3 years to get the reconfirmation and last week I received the visa.
    The visa issuing date is 27Th May and the expiry date is 24Th August but there is another date in bottom right part of it as PED : 26 September 2010 which is my petition's expiry date.
    Now I am planning to move to USA for a long term stay so that I am selling my stuff, renting my house,.. and I just got confused by considering this date.Does this mean my visa will be expire on September and my H1 visa is just for some months? In this case does this mean I have lost 3 years of the total 6 years of the H1 visa? or the the officer issuing the visa on I-94 form in the ports of entry can issue the visa for 3 years as a normal H1-B visa?

    I have arranged with my employer to start the job on 10Th of July and I will enter USA on 8Th, so up to 26Th of September which is the PED date will be less than 3 months and if the white I-94 card that will be in my passport should correspond with the expiration of the petition, the total of my work duration, will be less than 3 months which really doesn't make sense at all but as it seems that's it!

    It seems now the only way is to apply for H1-b extension. So there will be these questions:

    1- how will be the process and how much are the fees?
    2- How long does it take?
    3- Do I have to go back to my home country to get the new stamp for extension?
    4- Is there any way to renew it in USA ?
    5- Is 2.5 months of work enough to apply for extension? or I have to come sooner if it is really necessary.
    6- In my first interview on 2007 they got all the original documents from me and never return them back to me. should I ask for duplication?
    7- Is there anything else that my employer and I should know and consider?

    I have to know the answers to these questions, first to arrange with employer and to see if they are interested and also to decide about our stuff, jobs, properties,... in my home country before entring the USA, otherwise it can be the loose of everything for us.
    Please help me



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  • careerGC5050
    11-23 07:52 AM
    Anoop - dont worry about it and ask your company to reapply with a stronger educational valuation. Everything depends on the educational valuation report submitted along with the application.

    Request for a stronger educational evaluation and request them to reapply.





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  • Blog Feeds
    11-08 03:30 PM
    So is the economic downturn over already, if you look at the recent H1B filings it may well be the case. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has updated its periodic count of FY2010 H-1B cap (http://www.h1b.biz/lawyer-attorney-1137085.html) filings, revealing that there has been a significant increase in the rate of filings during the month of October 2009. USCIS has stated that it has received a sufficient number of petitions to use all of the available 20,000 H-1B numbers that are reserved for individuals with advanced degrees from U.S. colleges or universities, which means that the "advanced degree" H-1B cap for FY2010 has been reached. H-1Bs for individuals with advanced degrees from U.S. colleges or universities can still be filed, but those petitions will now count toward the general H-1B cap of 65,000.

    Around 6,200 cap-subject H-1B (http://www.h1b.biz/lawyer-attorney-1137085.html) petitions were filed in October 2009. This is a significant number, especially when compared to the only 1,500 filings received by USCIS in September 2009. In total, as of October 25, 2009, approximately 52,800 H-1B petitions that count against the congressionally-mandated 65,000 limit have been received by USCIS. This leaves only around 12,000 H-1B cap numbers for FY2010, without taking into account the 6,800 H-1B cap numbers that are reserved for nationals of Chile and Singapore. If all 6,800 of these "reserved" numbers are removed from the 65,000 cap along with the 52,800 H-1B cap petitions already received, there are only around 5,400 FY2010 H-1B cap numbers remaining.


    As a practical matter, USCIS will likely accept well more than 5,400 additional cap cases in FY2010, as the number of cases USCIS will accept anticipates that a certain number of filings will be withdrawn or denied. Additionally, nowhere near the full 6,800 Chile/Singapore numbers have historically been actually used by nationals of Chile or Singapore. Thus, most of those numbers are applied by USCIS to the general 65,000 cap.


    While USCIS is still accepting H-1B petitions for FY 2010, the recent jump in filing means that by mid December or so we will have no Visas left. My advice go ahead and file now.





    More... (http://www.visalawyerblog.com/2009/11/h1b_visa_lawyer_advanced_degre_1.html)



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  • logiclife
    06-01 12:34 PM
    She is already a big supporter of hi-tech legal immigration. Its good to receive a response from legislators.





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  • waitingnwaiting
    01-18 12:45 PM
    You should copy paste the post instead of link and forcing people to go to a website. I suggest you edit your post. Let people discuss here than on some other site.
    This person is ROW and current. Only EB3 I know the pain of waiting.



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  • roseball
    12-27 06:42 PM
    I got my receipt number for H1b application and its been more than a week but i still cannot check my status online on USCIS website.

    It says case is not found ,even tried calling customer service .

    Does it take time to get uploaded online ?
    Did anyone else face this problem

    I am not getting any information from my employer.
    Is there any other way we can find out if USCIS accepted my application.

    could some one please help me in this

    Thanks

    Post from Oh's law firm:

    12/27/2010: USCIS Case Status Site Errors

    Currently, USCIS online case status site is reportedly experiencing some errors. The consumers are experiencing frustration with the incorrect information or outdated information when they check their case status. Apparently, the USCIS has been working on it to fix the problem. Pending that, the customers should keep patience.





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  • Blog Feeds
    05-30 12:30 PM
    Silicon Valley Immigration Lawyer Blog Has Just Posted the Following:
    An earlier blog post "Silicon Valley Employers Need to Prepare for Surprise USCIS Visits" (http://www.siliconvalleyimmigrationlawyer.com/2009/10/silicon-valley-employers-need.html#more) described the "new normal" of USCIS employees or contractors showing up unexpectedly and inquiring about past visa petitions and foreign national workers. A recently held Department of Homeland Security program, titled, "2009 Government and Employers: Working Together to Ensure a Legal Workforce" sheds more light onto the types of visits being conducted.

    Ronald Atkinson, Chief of Staff of USCIS' Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS) (http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=0353f8e5492ec110VgnVCM1000004718190aRCR D&vgnextchannel=2af29c7755cb9010VgnVCM10000045f3d6a1 RCRD) office, explained the three types of site visits that are currently being conducted:


    Risk Assessment Program fraud study. Applicable to any type of benefit program, including family and employment-based visas, this study is part of a joint program between USCIS and ICE (Immigration Customs and Enforcement). Applications and petitions are chosen at random, usually on a post-approval basis, for visits to help in designing profiles of potential fraud.


    Targeted site visits. These visits take place where fraud is suspected, and consist of a visit to ask questions. Advance notice, including notice to counsel, is supposed to be provided.


    Administrative site visits. These relate to religious worker and H-1B petitions (http://www.geelaw.com/lawyer-attorney-1054805.html). They generally are conducted by contractors who know nothing of immigration law. Religious worker visits are performed under the regulations for that category. For H-1B site visits, the contractors have been equipped with a set of specific questions, and all employers/beneficiaries should be asked pretty much the same questions, primarily reaching the issues of whether there's really an employer there, whether the employer knows it filed the petition, and whether the beneficiary is doing the work and receiving the wage indicated on the petition. H-1B visits are done on a post-adjudication basis, and are randomly selected. Each employer should receive only one such visit, but may receive different visits for different sites.







    More... (http://www.siliconvalleyimmigrationlawyer.com/2009/11/why-uscis-might-be-at-your-doo.html)





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  • Cheran
    04-14 05:24 AM
    This is an option given to me by my lawyer - I can change job within my company to a differenct category, even though Green Card Process has to be restarted, we can port the priority date. So it is an option....



    All,

    My friend works as an internal auditor within a big 4 acccounting firm. His practice is doing quite badly. As there are tons of different practices within this firm, he is thinking about transferring. But his PERM was filed for the internal audit manager position and his I-140 has alreday been approved. If he transfers to a function unrelated to internal audit within his firm (e.g. external audit, tax, fraud, etc.), would there be a problem?

    Can anyone here provide some guidance or point him to the right discussion thread?

    Thanks!!!





    onemorecame
    10-22 10:15 AM
    I got approved on Oct 20, 2010, after EVL RFE





    lonemetro
    08-15 03:51 PM
    Thanks much for your reply, BumbleBee.

    There will be a great chance that my parent company will close down my current company after I'm transferred to them. I don't think my current employee will withdraw my I-140 case in the future. Hopefully that I-140 will go thru so I can use its PD for my future PERM/I-140 application.



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