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    EB2 and EB1 parallel processing, suggetion

    Is premium processing available when we do concurrent filing?
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    EB2 and EB1 parallel processing, suggetion

    To t75, We know its foolish. But we have to quit, coz of the situation. To Attorney_23: Not yet. But planning to quit in 1 month, since his boss is not having fund to support his position (working as a postdoc in Medical Science). Hope I-140 will be approved in a month. How long it will take to approve/deny I-140 if we filed EB1-A concurrent?? Thanks for your valuable replies..
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    EB2 and EB1 parallel processing, suggetion

    My husband has filed his EB1-A (concurrent filing of I-140 and I-485). He is planning to quit current job and to wait for the few interview results. Can he be jobless during I-485 pending? I have one doubt. At any cause, if his GC will be withdrawn/terminated after we get GC at hand, will it affect spouse and kids Green Card too?
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    Eligibility for EB2 category?

    Hi, I want to know whether I am eligible or not for GC-EB2 category. I am listing my questions below. My qualifications are M.E -Computer science (India) and then Diploma in .NET (India). I am working in USA from August 2010 to present for the same employer. Now I have H1B from Oct-2011 to Sep-2014. My husband is working in his J1 as postdoctoral research scholar for almost 5 years in USA. In my company they are going to start GC process for me. 1. Am I eligible for EB2? 2. Can my hubby apply GC through his employer, while my GC process is going on. 3. If he apply then will it affect mine? 4. If we both can apply then if any one our application is denied then will it affect the other? Thanks for your suggestion.
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