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  1. Hello need help with my situation.

    I am working in location A (H1b and PERM, I140) were approved from this location. My wife got a job in location B. My employer agreed for WFH. Due to some circumstances we didnot go with H1b amendment for location B. I updated my address to a friends address in location A. After moving, me and my wife had to sign lease for the apartment in location B. Is signing lease going to be a problem for my H1b or I-485 when i apply in the future?


  2. Hello,

    My wife was on H1b and the employer filed PERM and I-140 in the 6th year. They did not approve in the right time and she moved to H4 and applied H4 EAD. Once she got H4 EAD, the employer hired back her. Later the PERM and I-140 got approved. Later she moved to another employer before 180 days passed. Now if H4 EAD gets revoked, can she go back to the employer who got the I-140 approved and apply for H1b?

  3. Hello,


    My h1b expires in Sep2015 and have an I-140 to apply for extension. My wife's h1b is expiring in Nov 2015 and I need to file a h4 as her perm is still pending. So I am looking to apply both at the same time. If my h1b gets approved, will h4 be approved at the same time? or will it take months to get h4 approved like some others have posted?

  4. I think you can apply together based on what they mentioned in this link.



    "For your convenience, you may file Form I-765 with Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status, or with both Form I-539 and the H-1B principal nonimmigrant’s Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker. However, USCIS will not process your Form I-765 (except filing fees) until after USCIS has adjudicated your Form I-539.

    The 90-day period for adjudicating Form I-765 filed together with Form I-539 does not begin until USCIS has determined whether you are eligible for the underlying H-4 nonimmigrant status, whether your spouse is eligible for the underlying H-1B nonimmigrant status, or both."

  5. I understand now, that I cannot file extension for April 2015.


    Lets say if I file now and my labor is pending till next october, I can file an extension in premium after october right?


    In case, labor gets approved in next 6months, I can file for extension (since my labor was applied beyond 1year) or go for I-140 and then file for extension, correct ?

  6. Hello,


    I have I-140 approval and my H1b (6years) expires Sep 2015. My current project may complete in Feb 2015. If my employer cannot find another project and if I have to move to another employer, the transfer H1b will be for 3years ? or the new employer has to start my GC process to get 3years extension ?




  7. Hello,

    I read this statement in ofc requirement.

    "A passport valid for travel to the United States with a validity date at least six months beyond your intended period of stay in the United States"

    My h1b is from Oct 2012 - Sep2015. I am going to get my visa stamped on Nov30. However, my passport expires July 2014. So, if I am approved the visa, will it be until July 2014 ? what should I be doing next ?



  8. I am planning to travel in the month of february to India for my first stamping, I am in the process of filling DS160 form.

    I have the following question,

    Has anyone ever filed an immigrant petition on your behalf with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services?

    what should be the answer for this? I have my GC in process and my I-140 is approved. If i put yes and say that my i-140 is approved, what will be the impact on my stamping?