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  1. Hi All, Request for your guidance on this. I was working on H4 EAD for Company A, they applied my H1B and it was approved with Consular processing. I continued to work on H4 EAD and did not change my status to H1B. I quit Company A and joined Company B on H4 EAD, they applied for H1B transfer and it got approved on Mar'19 2020 with Consular processing after an RFE. My H4 EAD is expired and my employer has placed me on unpaid LOA(for almost 5 months now). Currently I am unable to go for Visa stamping due to the travel restrictions and embassy closures. I am looking for options to activate the H1B to join back work. Can you please advise on options to do this. Thanks in advance, Indhu
  2. Hi All, Can you please share your thoughts or experiences related to this. Thanks, Indhu
  3. Hi, Need your thoughts on this situation !! I am currently on H1B(and my spouse is on H4/EAD) which is active till 8-Jun-2017, as per the 6 month rule I am planning for applying H1B/H4/EAD Extension(with I-140) on 8-Dec-2016 in Premium processing. - My spouse has plans to travel to India in the month of Nov'16 - I am planning to travel in month of Jan'17(after getting the approval) We are not sure if it is safe to travel in November since we are planning to apply her H4/EAD extension in Dec'16. We searched through several forums but were not able to find answers related to this situation. Kindly provide your thoughts on below: a) If I go for stamping in January,2017 will the Visa be approved till 8-Jun-2017 or approved with the new date 8-Jun-2020(Hoping I will get the extension approved for 3 years based on the I-140)? b) In case the visa is stamped till 8-Jun-2017(with current I-797), what will happen to the I-94? Will the I-94 at POE be given till visa stamped date(8-Jun-2017) or will they consider the latest I-797(8-Jun-2020)? c) Can my spouse travel(after 8-dec-16) while the H1B/H4/EAD application is pending with USCIS? d) OR Can I apply H4/EAD for her extension while she is outside of US(In case she travels in Nov'16) as per current plan? Thanks & Regards, Indhu
  4. Hi, Need your thoughts on this situation !! I am currently on H1B(and my spouse is on H4/EAD) which is active till 8-Jun-2017, as per the 6 month rule I am planning for applying H1B/H4/EAD Extension(with I-140) on 8-Dec-2016 in Premium processing. - My spouse has plans to travel to India in the month of Nov'16 - I am planning to travel in month of Jan'17(after getting the approval) We are not sure if it is safe to travel in November since we are planning to apply her H4/EAD extension in Dec'16. We searched through several forums but were not able to find answers related to this situation. Kindly provide your thoughts on below: a) If I go for stamping in January,2017 will the Visa be approved till 8-Jun-2017 or approved with the new date 8-Jun-2020(Hoping I will get the extension approved for 3 years based on the I-140)? b) In case the visa is stamped till 8-Jun-2017(with current I-797), what will happen to the I-94? Will the I-94 at POE be given till visa stamped date(8-Jun-2017) or will they consider the latest I-797(8-Jun-2020)? c) Can my spouse travel(after 8-dec-16) while the H1B/H4/EAD application is pending with USCIS? d) OR Can I apply H4/EAD for her extension while she is outside of US(In case she travels in Nov'16) as per current plan? Thanks & Regards, Indhu
  5. Hi, We applied for self-sponsored visitor visa for my sister who is a working a physiotherapist in India. Both my parents are in the USA now on visitor visa and I mentioned the same in the DS-160. We prepared the below supporting documents for my sister: a) Leave approval letter from Employer b) 6 months bank statement showing enough funds c) Invitation letter from me Unfortunately the consulate officer did not ask for any documents. He asked the below questions: a) Why do you want to go to USA? Ans: To meet my sister and for tourism. b) Is your sister working? Ans: Yes. Where? Ans: Company xxx. c) Where is your sister located? Ans: Address yyy. d) Does your sister have a family? Ans: Yes she is married and stays with her husband. e) What do you do for a living? Ans: Working as a physiotherapist in hopsital zzz. After these questions, he said "We are sorry, we are not able to issue a visa for you at this time". Also he gave a document in which the below option was selected "Dear Applicant, This is to inform you that you have been found ineligible for a nonimmigrant visa under Section 214(b) of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act. A denial under section 214(b) means that you did not meet the requirements of the classification of the nonimmigrant visa for which you applied". We are wondering why the visa was rejected. Can you kindly provide your suggestions. Questions: a) Can we reapply for the visitor visa? How soon can we reapply? b) What could be the reason that the consulate officer found that my sisters application did not meet the requirements for the classification of the nonimmigrant visa (B2)? c) What should we change to increase the possibility of approval in case we reapply? Appreciate your suggestions in this regard. Thanks
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