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  1. Hello,

    I have scheduled a Visa Appointment with the US consulate on April 17th. I am on my 3 rd H1 with an Approved I-140.

    Any issues attending Stamping with 15-1131 LCA? Job Title is Programmer Analyst considering the latest memorandum from USCIS!!

     


  2. You dont need a new stamp until your stamping has expired.

    I have traveled on the same scenario. New I797 (New Employer), New Passport, Old H1B Stamp (Valid during my travel).

    You can safely go and come back. You need a new H1B stamp only after it is expired.

     


  3. @vkuma2

    You will not need to exit the country after one year. You will have to file for an extension of EAD and there are 3 conditions for that. The 1 i know of is if you Green Card Final Action date is still pending then they will give you an extension.

    I have no idea about AP and travel possibilities on 140-EAD. From the rule it says it is up to the discretion of the person processing your case.

    Good Luck. 

     


  4. Dear All Members & Murthy Law Firm,

    I just want to get a clarification on the Compelling Circumstance scenario within the new proposed rule I140-EAD  which is effective Jan 17, 2017.

    I am on H1B(8th Year) have an approved I140 with PD 2010 December and i work in California (EVC Model). My wife is also on the H1B (FTE) and works in Texas. I keep travelling every week for work with my own expenses and some times i travel once in a fort night. 

    We are expecting a baby early next year and i couldnt find any job in Texas in the last one year. I am fed up with all the travel and stressed out max waiting on for EAD or GC. 

    If we have to move to a single location one of us have to sacrifice our career and loose the H1B.

    In this scenario will i be able to file for I40-EAD under compelling circumstances?

    Appreciate your valuable inputs!

    Thanks in Advance.

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