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  1. Is it really possible to stay in India for 6 months on visa? I thought limit was 90 days.
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    Downgrade to EB3 or stay in EB2?

    Everyone ran to take flight (EB2) as it goes faster than train (EB3) and not everyone could get on the flight so there got to be more waiting whereas now trains are running empty and probably may take you to your destination faster. EB3 never moved beyond 2007 earlier and in all these years many people moved to EB2 queue, leaving lot lesser people in the EB3 queue and much lesser filing in EB3 due to amount of wait times. Seems like people who stick with EB3 from 2010-2012 may get GC much faster but it all depends on how many abandoned EB3 train to move to EB2. Take a look at pending 485 inventory report to get the idea.
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    Confusion Regarding Priority Dates

    This does not seem to be a typo but processing error entirely and cannot be just fixed with interview as they have clearly told you that your application is categorized as EB2 and EB1. Your application is incorrectly categorized and this needs to be fixed and with lawyer seating around definitely is an issue. I would ask your attorney to follow up proactively else would change the lawyer. Alternatively you can also take consultation with Murthy law firm to understand what can be next steps to get this fixed.
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    Confusion Regarding Priority Dates

    Was same A number used on I140 application of EB1 that was there on EB2 I140 approval notice? If this is not done then cases do not link automatically and PD will not get transferred. Check that and get lawyer involved to get this interlinking done.
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    Confusion Regarding Priority Dates

    What was final action date for EB1 on Oct-31-2018? It may not be current on that day.
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    H1b rfe

    You have not given much details of RFE here but it seems like you (or employer) need to prove how your job qualified as specialty occupation? How the work you do relates to your academic credentials? IMHO with "bachelors in commerce n MBA in marketing" degree and job of computer system analyst it is going to be hard to justify.
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    H1 Transfer : Contracting to FTE

    Your previous employer may revoke the H1B after you leave so going back may not be an option.
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    Traffic Voilation- N-400

    Do NOT provide the information that has not been asked for.
  9. Checkout 485 trackers on google to understand trend.
  10. You can work with H1B receipt notice so I see no issues here.
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    Docs required for N400 Interview

    I would also take current and all old expired passports, birth certificate and marriage certificate. Also make sure your wife understand a bit about tax returns; basically a differentiation between state and federal tax forms. Also she should know her social security number which interviewer officer may want her to confirm while going through N-400 form. All the best.
  12. OCI does not grant Indian citizenship. Also India do not allow dual citizenship but USA do.
  13. Yes it is certainly more than year since last couple of months for many USCIS field offices.
  14. Unlike H1 visa, E3 is not dual intent visa so applying for GC on E3 visa can be problematic. Also chargeability goes by your country of birth and not by your or your son's country of citizenship. Read here for more details: https://www.murthy.com/2016/03/28/cross-chargeability-in-green-card-cases/
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    Eligibility Under STEM

    Not sure how can you enrol in MS in Computer Science program as your background seems to be in accounting?
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