michelle trachtenberg hair

images Michelle Trachtenberg can do michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg Hair
  • Michelle Trachtenberg Hair



  • wellwishergc
    08-02 02:36 PM
    I agree with logiclife. Consulting a good lawyer like Rajeev Khanna or Murthy is the best approach to go forward.

    Although perm2gc has many of the questions answered correctly, every case may be unique. There may be possibilities that your brother can still come to US. The lawyer may be able to help you with a legal way of going about it.

    If I were you, I would spend a couple of hundred dollars and do a paid phone consultation with a lawyer, probably a good one at that. And send questions ahead of time so that the lawyer too does his research before talking to you on the phone.

    When you decisions can have a lasting effect on your career, you may not want to rely on advice on forums. Members here are not lawyers.

    If you do get advice here, then be aware of the chances that it could be not applicable to your situation.

    Good Luck.





    wallpaper Michelle Trachtenberg Hair michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg
  • Michelle Trachtenberg



  • Jimi_Hendrix
    12-16 05:46 PM
    To make any educated guess there has to be a basis. You need to have some data or some other relevant information. Unfortunately there is no data available that can help one make an educated guess about the future movement of EB3 India.

    In the absence of any data being available you cannot make a guess about the movement of visa numbers. However we do have visa bulletins each month and if you notice the movement in Priority dates in the last 6-9 month period, that movement has been very minimal. Also the advisory given by the Department of State has been very negative about the future movement of priority dates. Therefore it is quite safe to conclude that unless legislative action is taken, you can reasonably expect priority dates to move very slowly or even stop moving.





    michelle trachtenberg hair. michelle trachtenberg hair.
  • michelle trachtenberg hair.



  • smuggymba
    10-08 05:14 PM
    GCNirvana007 - Who filed you PERM? Who provided you with approved I-140? Who filed ur GC? ....company A.............right.............so u have to work for company A and yes u r obligated legally from USCIS perspective to work with them. Don't tell me u don't know this. Going thru GC process, one almost becomes an immigration lawyer so you should know this if u don't already.

    Recent H1-B company B has nothing to do with GC.

    Bottomline - Why did u file GC in EB category? ANSWER - To work for that employer A.

    Now u r saying something about company C running ur payroll.

    Ok. So whoever runs my payroll is my employer. Lets say its Company C.

    Question is

    Am I obligated to Company A in any way?
    Am I obligated to Company B which had my recent H1B?

    Based on the answers i am assuming no but will wait to hear from you guys.





    2011 Michelle Trachtenberg michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg#39;s
  • Michelle Trachtenberg#39;s



  • krishmunn
    05-21 07:29 AM
    AFAIK DS 156 and DS !57 are no longer required. These have been replaced with DS 160.

    My last experience in Mumbai consulate was 2 years back after I changed job and went to India. My experience was very good -- not a single question asked . An Indian lady called me and said your Visa is issued. Collected Passport in evening at VFS Office (BTW, there is a very long queue for passport collection)

    However, I do not work for consulting company, never worked for any Desi Consulting and I already had a couple of H1 and L1 visa stamps in my passport.
    I am travelling again now but avoiding the hassle of stamping. Returning with current stamp whcih will be valid for 10 more days after my return (I already have the extended 797)



    more...


    michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg
  • Michelle Trachtenberg



  • amitjoey
    06-09 02:29 PM
    One of my friend with PD Jul 2001 EB3 India is still waiting for his GC. His name check was cleared 4-5 months back and not sure what he was waiting for.....

    India EB3 Jul 2001 is current and he still haS not gotten his card. That Sucks!!. That means, it is still largely your luck!!





    michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg Hair
  • Michelle Trachtenberg Hair



  • shyamiv
    08-13 11:45 AM
    USA which is a so called developed country, takes 6 months to issue a passport due to the fact that USCIS is over...........loaded with work. So Flashing story is an old one and will only fit in Hollywood world.

    The US Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs issues a US passport to eligible citizens. Applying for passport and issuance is not a USCIS affair and hence is a lot faster i would say a month or less at most ! Had it been a USCIS affair.... most americans will still be tracking their passport case status online ! :)



    more...


    michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg.
  • Michelle Trachtenberg.



  • abhishek101
    05-21 10:32 PM
    Nope the GC came even before I could think about any call.


    lvinaykumar: My PD is March 2003 (from my profile)





    2010 michelle trachtenberg hair. michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg can do
  • Michelle Trachtenberg can do



  • like_watching_paint_dry
    01-13 08:33 PM
    Hi: I need some help in resolving my situation. I im in the seventh year of my H1B. My I-140 got approved on April 2006 with a priority date of November 2001 date Under India EB3 Category. Since the priority dates are not current, I coulnd't file for I-485. Now, my client where I am working is offering me permanent employment on H1b and I want to know what are the options available for me without losing my previous GC status and priority dates.

    1. Can I take the new employment without losing the priority dates.
    2. If I lose the priority dates, can I take the employment and start the GC process again??

    Your help is really appreicated to come out of the situation

    You have waited very long and I think you deserve to get the green card. But under EB3 India, that wont happen for another 4-6 years to be conservative. If you were qualified for EB2 as of Nov 2001 (you held a MS or had BS + 5 yrs as of Nov 2001, you should not have any problem with retaining the old priority date while filing under EB2). Ask your client to file Perm LC under EB2 & do the I140 using the Nov 2001 PD. Then join them.If you don't qualify, do in EB3. Dont join the client if they are not stable.. better to wait with your current employer under EB3 than go EB3 with an unstable employer and risk losing it all in the worst case scenario. If they really want you that badly, they will do this under premium processing and you could be in your current state with them in a matter of a couple of months.



    more...


    michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg, Sephora
  • Michelle Trachtenberg, Sephora



  • xyz2005
    08-14 04:38 PM
    I-485 AD: Jul-02-2007
    I-485 ND: Jul-31-2007

    still waiting for fingerprint notice.

    Hi,
    Same case like you but got FP notices for me and wife together just yesterday evening. Just wait and you should be getting yours in a day or two.

    Best Regards,





    hair Michelle Trachtenberg#39;s michelle trachtenberg hair. and Michelle Trachtenberg
  • and Michelle Trachtenberg



  • sodh
    07-24 12:57 AM
    Hi,
    My situation is as follows:
    1) approved RIR labor 2002
    2) approved perm labor 2005
    3) approved i-140 2006 (PD 2005)
    4) ALL of above for company-A. 2006 company-B took over.

    My lawyer said i cannot file and have to start again with new labor as merger/acquistion was 'asset only' type.

    I want to self-file i-485 giving the company "name change" letter as the only proof along with the rest of regular documents. Company-B employer is in 100% support of my application.

    SHOULD I just waste $$$$ money or take a chance ? PLEASE HELP...TIRED OF WAITING FOR LAST 5 years :(

    Regards,
    -Ravi
    Your Lawyer is right if the merger is only asset type and not transfer of shares between your old company and new company your application will be rejected.



    more...


    michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg has
  • Michelle Trachtenberg has



  • x1050us
    10-01 02:16 AM
    This is the new thread to mention your rejection reasons.

    Please mention following:

    Rejection date: 09/21/07
    Reason: Other reasons (Not mentioned in data base system - More info with rejection letter and package)
    Package received date: Waiting

    My case was rejected with incorrect fee as reason. But my lawyer claims that the rejection packet did not have the original checks. So, they don't know whose fault it is. Any one with similar issue ?





    hot Michelle Trachtenberg michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg in Long
  • Michelle Trachtenberg in Long



  • Blog Feeds
    05-22 01:10 PM
    Last week we became members of Global Alliance of Hospitality Attorneys (http://www.hospitalitylawyer.com/index.php?id=47), this will allow us to serve our clients even better and offer solution to the ever changing global workforce that the hospitality industry is facing.

    Whether transferring employees between international properties or employing management trainees, immigration is an integral part of the hospitality industry. The top seven visa types utilized by the hospitality industry are the J-1, H-3,H2B, L-1,E2, TN and H-1B. The following is a brief outline of each of these visa types:

    E2 Visa (http://www.h1b.biz/lawyer-attorney-1137174.html)

    This is also known as the nonimmigrant investor visa. It is a temporary category that is granted in two-year to five year increments with no limits on the number of extensions. In comparison, the H-2B is limited to 10 months with 3 extensions. The E-2 category is available to citizens of countries that have a treaty of trade or commerce with the U.S. such as the Holland, France and the UK The State Department does not require any specific size investment. Rather it says the business owner must invest a "substantial amount of capital" that generates "more than enough income to provide a minimal living for the treaty investor and his or her family.".

    An E-2 allows European nationals to manage investments that are at least 50% Euro owned. The visa requires that the U.S. investment be substantial and generates a substantial income. While there are no hard and fast figures on what the minimum investment amount is, the USCIS generally require a business investment of $150,000 or more, but the investment amount depends on the nature of the business. For example, opening up a restaurant in downtown San Diego would require 500,000 dollars while opening up a Catering business firm may only require start up costs of $70,000. This is why there is no fixed figure on a minimum investment amount.

    The E-2 investor must show that its return on investment is more than what is necessary to merely support the investor in the U.S. Another example illustrates how this works. An E-2 investor wishes to establish a French Bakery and will invest $35,000 to buy the equipment. He expects the Bakery to generate $60,000 in gross sales. This business would probably not qualify because the gross income generated would not be substantial. The Bakery would only generate enough money to support the investor.

    H2B Visa (http://www.h1b.biz/lawyer-attorney-1137785.html)

    Temporary nonimmigrant classifications that allow noncitizens to come to the United States to perform temporary or seasonal work that is nonagricultural (such as hospitality or resort work) if persons capable of performing such a service or labor cannot be found in this country. Up to 66,000 new visas are available each year in this category. The number has been reached increasingly earlier every year. In Fiscal Year 2007, the first half of the cap was reached 3 days before the year began and the second half was met 4 months before the period began. From March of 2005 through September of 2007, returning workers were exempt from counting toward that cap due to the lack of temporary workers. Congress is considering renewing this popular policy.

    Employer's need must be temporary: Visas are only authorized if the employer can demonstrate a "temporary" need, that is, less than one year, and that the need is either a "one-time occurrence," a "seasonal need," a "peakload need" or an "intermittent need." The employer cannot use this category for permanent and long-term labor needs.

    Employee's intent must be temporary: The nonimmigrant worker must intend to return to his or her country upon expiration of his or her authorized stay. The worker may be required to prove ties to his or her home country.

    J1 Visa

    For seasonal/temporary employment, there is the J-1 Summer Work/Travel Program, which allows foreign college or university students to work in the U.S. during their summer vacation.

    This type of J-1 classification is valid for four months and allows the students to assist
    companies in meeting current labor demands. In addition, the biggest benefit to this type of J-1 classification is that the foreign students can do any type of work for the company. It is not necessary for the work to be related to the student�s degree.

    The Management Trainee J-1 visa classification is another viable option and is valid for twelve to eighteen months and considered relatively easy to obtain. The potential trainees must possess a post-secondary degree or professional certificate and one year of work experience in their occupational field from outside the U.S. Five years of work experience in their occupational field can also be used in place of the post-secondary degree or professional certificate.

    H3 Visa

    The H3 has become a popular option for many of our Hotel clients and we use it for certain trainees that need advanced training that is NOT available in their home countries.

    An application for an H-3 visa requires the prior filing with a BCIS service center of a petition by the foreign national�s prospective trainer on Form I-129 with an H Supplement, a training program including the names of the prospective trainees, and the proper filing fee. The petition may be filed for multiple trainees so long as they will be receiving the same training for the same period of time at the same location. Additionally, the petition must indicate the source of any remuneration received by the trainee and any benefits that will accrue to the petitioning organization for providing the training. The trainee must demonstrate nonimmigrant intent by having an unabandoned residence in a foreign country. There are no numerical limits on the number of H-3 petitions issued each year. H-3 visas are not based on college education.

    Upon approval of the petition, an I-797 Notice of Action of approval is issued by the service center. The foreign national submits the I-797 approval notice to an American consulate abroad with Form DS-156 and, if necessary, the DS-157 and other forms required by the consulate to obtain an H-3 visa stamp. A foreign national in the United States may apply for change of status to H-3.

    TN Visa

    NAFTA is the North American Free Trade Agreement. It creates special economic and trade relationships for the United States, Canada and Mexico. The nonimmigrant NAFTA Professional (TN) visa allows citizens of Canada and Mexico, as NAFTA professionals to work in the United States. Permanent residents, including Canadian permanent residents, are not able to apply to work as a NAFTA professional.

    The Conditions for Professionals from Mexico and Canada to Work in the United States

    * Applicant should be a citizen of Canada or Mexico;
    * Profession must be on the NAFTA list; - Hotel Manager is a NAFTA category
    * Position in the U.S. requires a NAFTA professional;
    * Mexican or Canadian applicant is to work in a prearranged full-time or part-time job, for a U.S. employer (see documentation required). Self employment is not permitted;
    * Professional Canadian or Mexican citizen has the qualifications of the profession

    Requirements for Canadian Citizens

    Canadian citizens usually do not need a visa as a NAFTA Professional, although a visa can be issued to qualified TN visa applicants upon request. However, a Canadian residing in another country with a non-Canadian spouse and children would need a visa to enable the spouse and children to be able to apply for a visa to accompany or join the NAFTA Professional, as a TD visa holder.

    L1 Visa

    L-1 category is meant for aliens coming to the United States on temporary assignment for the same or an affiliated employer for which the alien worked abroad for at least one year within the proceeding three years. Many large hotel chanins have takes advantage of this visa to bring top executives to the US locations or workers with specialized skills. The alien must be employed in a managerial or executive capacity (L-1A) or one involving specialized knowledge (L-1B). There is no annual limit on the number issued.

    The family members of L-1 alien can come to the U.S. under L-2 category. However, they cannot engage in employment in the United States unless they change the status to a nonimmigrant category for which employment is allowed.

    Requirements

    A U.S. employer or foreign employer (must have a legal business in the U.S.) seeking to transfer a qualifying employee of the same organization must file petition with USCIS.

    H1B visa

    Aliens coming to the United States to perform services in a specialty occupation or as a fashion model of distinguished merit and ability are classified under H-1B category.

    A maximum of 65,000 H-1B visas are issued every year. The H-1B visa is issued for up to three years but may be extended for another three years. Individuals cannot apply for an H-1B visa to allow them to work in the US. The employer must petition for entry of the employee.

    Specialty occupation is defined as an occupation, which requires:

    * Theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge, and
    * Attainment of a bachelor's or higher degree in the specific specialty (or its equivalent) as a minimum for entry

    A specialty occupation requires theoretical and practical application of a body of specialized knowledge along with at least a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. For example, architecture, engineering, mathematics, physical sciences, social sciences, medicine and health, education, business specialties, accounting, law, theology, and the arts are specialty occupations.

    We have processed H1B visas for Front Desk managers, food service managers, Chefs, Public Relations specialists, and Lodging Managers as well as other specialized positions.

    The above referenced visas will allow Hotels, Resorts and Restaurants to hire any type of workers needed to support their operations in the US. Hotels often face shortage in skilled labor, a careful usage of the above 7 visas will ensure constant flow of workers. Through our membership in the Global Alliance of Hospitality Attorneys, we will continue to offer our clients superior service.







    More... (http://www.visalawyerblog.com/2010/05/hospitality_immigration_lawyer_2.html)



    more...


    house Michelle was michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg
  • Michelle Trachtenberg



  • JunRN
    09-25 10:44 AM
    Good find! Do we get to send this to Congress and to USCIS? I think they should get a copy.





    tattoo Michelle Trachtenberg Hair michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg in
  • Michelle Trachtenberg in



  • waitnwatch
    07-16 06:28 PM
    Your post resembles one of those ads with deceptive fine print! Do you work for an advertising company by any chance?

    People providing all the red dot's........don't be so uptight or high strung. Don't you see the GCK's hidden talent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)


    Please see links below:

    https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/Processtimes.jsp?SeviceCenter=TSC

    https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/Processtimes.jsp?SeviceCenter=NSC


    :cool:

    When will the next month dates come out ???



    more...


    pictures Michelle Trachtenberg. michelle trachtenberg hair. michelle trachtenberg hair.
  • michelle trachtenberg hair.



  • dog123
    09-18 06:07 PM
    NSC and Paper file





    dresses Michelle Trachtenberg in Long michelle trachtenberg hair. michelle trachtenberg hair.
  • michelle trachtenberg hair.



  • brahmam
    06-27 09:28 AM
    True, some have had this A# assigned on their I-140 approvals and some don't. Anyone knows what's the significance of this?



    more...


    makeup Michelle Trachtenberg, Sephora michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle was
  • Michelle was



  • highertruth
    07-30 03:55 PM
    YouTube - Aaja Tujhko Pukare Mera Pyar-Neel Kamal (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=js368A-d7Hs)





    girlfriend Michelle Trachtenberg in michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg wearing
  • Michelle Trachtenberg wearing



  • Catherine
    11-04 02:06 AM
    Help!
    I divorced my husband after 14 months of marriage. I have a green card with conditional residency (the I-751 90 day 'window' to remove conditions starts Sept 2010). My husband was abusive mentally and physically, I have no contact with him.

    I cannot prove the abuse definitively as I covered it up at the time (no photos or police reports, only my testimony and perhaps that of the counselors we saw together). The advice I have received on how to proceed has been conflicting; some say wait and apply during the 90 day window to remove the conditions and it MIGHT be ok; some say I need to file now and prove the abuse.

    I have no money for a lawyer as my husband also stole most of my money and I just got laid off as well. Any ideas?!? Does anyone know if it is riskier to try and prove the abuse or how hard that is and if I'm more likely to lose my green card that way? Is there any way at all do to this without thousands to spend on a lawyer?

    Many thanks in advance for all help and advice.

    P.S. I've tried the local bar association, legal aid and a thousand other options, all of which have either been dead-ends or given me yet more conflicting info.





    hairstyles Michelle Trachtenberg has michelle trachtenberg hair. Michelle Trachtenberg does not
  • Michelle Trachtenberg does not



  • psk79
    05-31 12:02 AM
    Sure that helps...

    I didn't get what the below means

    "this iwll come iwht a new I94 and u wil hten b in h1b...Otherwise, u go out of the country and enter back showing h1b approval and get a new I94 at POE that will say h1b..."

    I mean the new H1 will come with a new I94 attached to it and ur status automatically changed to H1.





    smuggymba
    03-30 08:30 PM
    Finally my PERM was filed today. I'm just praying everything gets approved smoothly.:D

    The attorney said they are processing cases as of aug 2009. Fingers crossed.





    casinoroyale
    01-31 02:03 PM
    Ok, how sure is your lawyer about what he is saying?

    I know a person who was exactly in this situation. He was given 221g and while he was waiting got his AP approval and he entered US using that. I am not sure what he did is right or wrong, but atleast it worked and he is in US.

    I will recommend you to talk to one more attorney. May be murthy/rajeev khanna office?

    (BTW, if you agree with that i said, please rate this post as 'approve' using the small scale icon on upper right corner. I am trying to get rid of these red dots which i got for no good reason)

    Thank you for your response to my post about 221g. You mentioend that if I have AP in hand then I can cancel the request for the H1 and return on the AP. In my case I applied for the AP in the us but it was approved and sent to me after I left the US. My lawyer says that it needs to be approved before I leave the US and therefore cannot use it. Do you know if I can use the AP without it being approved while I was in the US?



    No comments:

    Post a Comment