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  1. Hello Friends,

    I have changed my employer after 12+ years (tired of waiting for my priority date to be current). My I-140 was approved back in 2011. The I-140 approval notice has priority date mentioned as well as A-###.

    My question to learned friends here is:

    1. Is the priority date listed on i-140 approval is my priority date?

    2. My new employer is in process of filing new PERM and asking for my previous PERM filing date which I do not know and will have to ask my previous employer (not sure if my previous employer will provide the filing date or delay as much possible to provide the information).

             i. Is there any other way to find out the details?

            ii. Is previous Perm filing date is must to retain my priority date with new PERM filing?

     

    Thank you for your answers.

    Abhi


  2. Thank you guys. I updated my DS160, but I am in different situation now.

    After submitting my form when I checked for the dates in Toronto, it is showing next date available in 69 days. I am traveling to India in November and can not go to Toronto. I am not considering Vancouver, although it's showing next available date in 1 day(s), due to flight from Chicago, hassle with two small kids and also it will be expensive.

     

    Now I am planning to go to Mumbai and wondering if I can use my existing DS-160?

    If I create new DS 160 for Mumbai, then what happens to my currently submitted DS160? Is there a way to cancel or update the current one for Mumbai?

     

    Thank you,

    Abhishek


  3. Hi Friends,

     

    Please help me to answer this question:

     

    Are you applying in the same country or location where the visa above was issued, and is this country or location your place of principal of residence? 

     

    My confusion is: Yes I applied in Vancouver, Canada last time and No, Canada is not a place of principal of residence.

     

    There are only options Yes or No to answer this question.

     

    What my answer should be?

     

    Regards,

    Abhishek


  4. Hi friends,

     

    I am trying to book visa appointment at Toronto US consulate.

     

    The way I see it, after filling DS-160, I need to pay the fees before I can schedule an appointment.

     

    My question is after paying the fees, if the dates which I am looking for are not available...then can I use the same payment to book at some other consulate?

     

    I am going to India in November this year and I am concern if dates are not available then I might loose application fees for me and my wife.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Abhishek

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