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  • smisachu
    05-13 03:51 PM
    [QUOTE=michael_trs;1852366]Smisachu, I agree, I need to add alternative education� thank you for your advice.

    What about �requirements normal for the occupation� is this Yes or No for Master's + 5 years ?

    What is your experience?[/QUOTE

    Yes. That's a little dicy for Software Developer. Maybe you work in a sepcific skill and can elaborate on that.

    For me I work in a field with very specific skills and my Job title was also more specific than this. We put MS+3 and that 3 years have to be spent working in one particular area and must have acquired a set of specific skills. So the requirements for my occupation were normal and we said yes.





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  • gcdreamer05
    03-13 10:11 AM
    congrats man , have fun put up a big party rock and roll and jump man jump....... after so many years u got ur green..........





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  • Leo07
    03-31 03:03 PM
    Good Luck!





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  • yibornindia
    12-19 03:36 PM
    AC21: if my new employer is open to do either EAD or H1, what should I prefer? I want to take the least risky route.



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  • richana
    05-14 06:59 PM
    I would suggest councillor processing they're higher in the order than the counselor. But Do not try the consular processing because it's too hard to google it





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  • loudobbs
    10-09 05:49 PM
    That's my question too...
    :):):):)

    Yes. This is really useful. So when they say same are similar occupation. It does not really matter whether you are business analysts, systems analyst, configuration analyst, web-developer, architect, PM so long as it is in computer field as all these occupation codes start with 15-?????.

    http://www.onetcodeconnector.org/ccreport/15-1051.00

    I think there is lots of flexibility in changing jobs. I dont know why ppl talk about not taking promotions and stuck in the same job. AC21 clearly says that it should be in the same or similar occupation classification.

    Any thougts?



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  • srinivas_o
    01-08 10:53 AM
    Thank you for the quick response.

    You said there are 3 copies of AP. But my lawyer sent me only 2 copies. Is that a problem???




    I recently entered US on AP. At the POE, I gave ONLY my passport and AP(it was 3 copies stapled together). Thats all.
    The IO gave me one copy and said "you can keep one for your reference" and took the other 2. Then escorted to another room, where more people were waiting, and I had to wait for about 10 minutes and an officer called my last name and handed me over, my passport along with one copy of AP with some stamp on it.

    I am still on H1, also got my EAD. I-485 is pending. The other documents that I carried was, a letter from my company stating that I work for them, and all my H1 copies...but I never showed any of those documents.

    edit: While I was standing in line to be called by the IO, the person(indian) in front of me who was being served by the IO, gave many documents, eventhough the IO was saying "I don't need them". This guy was pro-actively telling her that he is working for so-and-so company, took some papers and was giving it to her, and she said politely that its not required...he was also entering on AP cause I saw that guy in the room.

    So, Please don't over do. just give only the document that is asked for.





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  • arunmohan
    11-15 03:15 PM
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  • Thiru
    09-22 08:51 PM
    My AP was approved on Sep2. Still awaiting the AP in mail.

    Which Service Center TSC or NSC????





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  • RDB
    05-06 12:01 PM
    To get an answer just visit this thread

    http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/showthread.php?p=339084#post339084

    Thanks for the link. Looks like I will have to get ready for an interview!!!!



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  • sledge_hammer
    04-15 10:58 AM
    Your employer did not put a gun to your head and told you to fake your resume. You wanted a quick way to get into a job and you knew what you were doing.

    Like someone else here has commented, you both deserve to pay the price for what you have done!

    Hi,
    I am on H1B without job and no paystubs.
    My employer has been trying to find a project for me but till now he couldnt get anything.
    Its been 6 months alreay since I am on H1B visa.
    He made me modify my actual experience to include fake projects .
    Now I am thinking of filing a complaint to DOL.
    I have my H1B petition and offer letter from the employer.
    But I am worried that if I file complaint ,my employer will threaten me telling that I faked my experience and submitted fake resumes.
    What should I do? Will DOL take any action against me?
    Any success stories of DOL complaint filing?





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  • mirage
    05-29 04:01 PM
    On a conference call somebody asked Rajiv Khanna about PD movement last month and his prediction etc etc. His comment was
    'Only 2-3 people in the whole world knows what happened last month and what's going to happen further. And all of them work for the state dept.'



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  • txh1b
    04-15 10:46 AM
    What took you sooo long to wake up from the slumber and realize that you need to get paid? Look up WH4 and complain to DOL. Look for the contents in the Neufield memo as well.





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  • harikris
    12-05 09:56 PM
    Hi maverick_iv and smuggymba - thanks to you both. between you two, all my Qs are answered.

    I will mail the app and then go visit the embassy after 10 days - i think that will be more effective.

    Thanks.



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  • m79
    08-03 06:15 PM
    Denail from CSC
    Reason: Employer didn't follow labor rules in paying for some of the other employees.
    Employer is saying he will appeal the denial but few more questions.
    I heard that while appeal is in process I can't work. Also, I still need to get the EAD. So how can I work legally ?

    Can another employer file my H1 transfer in normal processing ? ( I will request my original employer that I will come back and work for him after I get the EAD, the reason for normal processing instead of premium is to get some time until I get EAD.)

    Can I start work for the other employer from the day of the H1b filing or have to wait until I get the H1b approval ( my h1 already got expired ) ?

    Will changing my employer after 485 is filed jeopardise my 485 process ? ( I have intention to come back to original employer after I get EAD).

    Any suggestions ?

    Thank you





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  • cris
    08-30 12:22 PM
    outstanding answer , gg_ny ! Thank you very much



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  • sreedhar
    09-07 11:42 PM
    Hi Sree, which country immigration are you talking about ? :o
    :D

    I am talking about US Immigration...I clearly mentioned USCIS right.

    Thanks..Sree





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  • gg_ny
    08-21 09:20 AM
    Is there a chance to attach SKIL provisions towards higher degree GC retrogressed applicants to this appropriation efforts?

    http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/313/5789/898

    Congress Quietly Tries to Craft Bill To Maintain U.S. Lead in Science
    Jeffrey Mervis

    In the dog days of August, while most members of Congress are back home campaigning for reelection or on holiday, a small group of staffers is at work in Washington, D.C., on legislation that could influence science spending for years to come. Their goal is to craft a broad bill aimed at bolstering U.S. competitiveness that Congress could pass before the November elections.

    They face long odds. The White House has already expressed reservations about some aspects of the legislation, and the congressional calendar is short and already very crowded. Although Senate leaders say they are committed to the goal, House leaders appear less enthusiastic. But a powerful coalition of forces, including business leaders who can bend a member's ear, is keen for Congress to act. "Legislation would show the public that our nation's leaders have a long-range plan of action on U.S. competitiveness," says Susan Traiman of the Business Roundtable, a consortium of 160 CEOs from across U.S. industry.

    The legislation draws upon several efforts over the past year examining the status of U.S. science and technology, including the National Academies' Rising Above the Gathering Storm report and the National Summit on Competitiveness (Science, 21 October 2005, p. 423; 16 December 2005, p. 1752). In February, the Bush Administration proposed starting a 10-year doubling of basic research at the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Science, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) core labs (Science, 17 February, p. 929) as part of its 2007 budget request. And the initial funding for what the Administration has dubbed the American Competitiveness Initiative (ACI) is working its way through the legislative process.

    Science advocates can't say enough about the importance of ACI. But they believe even more is needed to improve math and science education and enhance U.S. innovation. Taking their cue from Gathering Storm and other reports, legislators from both parties introduced a fistful of bills earlier this year that would expand existing research and education activities at several agencies and set up new programs (see table).

    Unlike annual appropriations bills, which determine how much each federal agency can spend in a given year, these authorization bills set desired funding levels over several years. Although they don't provide the cash, they can build political support for ongoing spending increases. Notes one university lobbyist: "You want Congress on record and the key committees behind an authorization bill, so that they can bail out appropriators when they hit rough seas."

    The goal of the quiet negotiations taking place this summer is a single bill. But the calls for increased spending are a sticking point for a Republican Party whose president, George W. Bush, has repeatedly pledged to reduce the federal deficit and whose congressional leaders hope to campaign this fall on their success in shrinking government. Several of the bills also expand NSF's role in science and math education, a position that clashes with the Administration's plans for the Department of Education to lead efforts to improve math and science education and manage all the ACI's education components.

    Presidential science adviser Jack Marburger emphasized those points in hard-line letters this spring to the chairs of the committees as they prepared to vote out one of the Senate bills (S. 2802) and two House bills (HR 5356/5358). The Senate measure, Marburger warned Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) on 17 May, "would undermine and delay" ongoing research at the three agencies, "duplicate or complicate existing education and technology programs," and "compete with private investment" in both areas. The House bills, he told Representative Sherry Boehlert (R-NY) on 5 June, "would diminish the impact" of the requested increases for the three ACI agencies.

    Boehlert says he was "quite disappointed" by Marburger's letter, noting the president's declaration in his January State of the Union address that the country "must continue to lead the world in human talent and creativity." Boehlert added, "I thought that we had been working with OSTP on these issues," referring to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy that Marburger heads.

    Three weeks after the House committee passed both bills, �berstaffer Karl Rove, new domestic policy chief Karl Zinsmeister, and a score of high-tech industry and academic lobbyists met at the White House to discuss the pending legislation. Although nothing was resolved--some participants say Rove and Marburger scolded them for supporting the bills, whereas others say there was confusion over the various components--the White House told the lobbyists that its Office of Legislative Affairs, led by Candida Wolff, would be taking the lead in trying to craft an acceptable bill, pushing OSTP to the sidelines. In the Senate, lobbyists are heartened by the willingness of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) to negotiate with the three chairs whose panels must sign off on the legislation--Stevens, Senator Pete Domenici (R-NM), who leads the Energy and National Resources Committee, and Senator Mike Enzi (R-WY), who heads the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Another important player, Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN), acknowledged when he introduced a trio of bills in January that some of his colleagues "may wince at the price tag" of the legislation. But he cautioned that "maintaining America's brainpower advantage will not come on the cheap."

    Although none of the staffers involved would speak on the record, several confirmed that talks are taking place "on a regular basis." They say Frist is determined to cobble together a single bill--with lower authorization levels and fewer new programs than in any of the pending versions--that the Senate could adopt during a 4-week window in September. Prospects in the House are less certain, although Boehlert says, "Hope springs eternal that we'll get an opportunity to go to the floor in September."

    Optimists, who hope that all sides will view a competitiveness bill as an asset heading into the November elections, dream of an Administration that accepts a competitiveness bill in return for getting its ACI education programs authorized. Pessimists worry that the House leadership will scuttle the effort by portraying the bills as a vehicle for "wasteful spending" and "a bloated bureaucracy." And although nobody's betting that Congress will act this year, nobody has thrown in the towel.





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  • kaisersose
    04-16 03:11 PM
    Thanks for the quick response gurus. Would like to know if anyone else is in the same boat. Also because of this issue, my spouse is resigning her job and going out of US for a H4 stamp. Is there any way we can avoid it as it is a oversight issue?

    Thanks

    This is jut my opinion, but I would do exactly this. She should not be quitting her job. If you file an MTR quickly, then she is not really breaking any rules.

    Even if you get a 485 rejection notice, it is still OK as long as you file an MTR in a timely manner. The case status will change to "under process" and then you will be fine again as long as your lawyer takes care to extensively document your case so that an IO cannot make a mistake about your EB category again.

    In short, just keep your jobs and file an MTR ASAP with correct documentation.





    a_yaja
    03-15 12:07 PM
    This topic seems to be gray for H1B holders. What is allowed and what is not.

    * What about cases where people submit content to magazines and are paid a small amount (if published)? It is kind of funny to tell them - "you know I won't accept your $200 bucks because I am on H1B and cannot accept anything else".

    Accepting $200 for an article in the above scenario should be OK. However, if you are going to make a career out of it (writting articles for the sole purpose of generating income) - they you have crossed the line for "passive income" definition. Similarly, selling stuff on auction sites is OK as long as you are diposing off your stuff. But if you are going to go around your neighbourhood looking for stuff that you can sell on auction sites, then again you have crossed the line.

    All said and done, this is definitely a grey area for people who do this often - for example, who decides the number of aricles that you can write before the hobby turns into profession:D ?





    Norristown
    12-24 11:50 AM
    Before July fiasco by USCIS, I was used to check murthy.com.immigrationportal websites for info on immigration issues.
    During the July fiasco IV is the only website which was updating with more confidence.
    Later it became a addiction to check IV morning and evening.

    GO IV GO IV....



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