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Noah Lott

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  1. Noah Lott

    Advisory opinion mistake

    perhaps drrobo should apply to be the Secretary of State.....I am surprised that the DoS has not sent a limo for you to bring you to your new office and be placed in charge of everything...
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    Visa Eligibility

    was he banned for misrep/fraud? If so, it is certainly possible and quite likely that visa requests from other members of his family will be scrutinized under a microscope because often such individuals who have committed fraud shared this attempt with their family and everyone nodded their heads in agreement, making it somewhat more likely that another family member would do the same.
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    Student visa

    return to his home country, because no doubt he has been working illegally, or else how can he afford to remain in the US???
  4. applying for another F1 will be futile...as it is crystal clear your intentions are only to find a way to the US...expect your H4 case to be placed under a microscope..
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    H4- RFE Received

    how about answering with the truth, along with the items mentioned?
  6. they will be asked 'why would you depart the US?'.....
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    Consular Processing after I140 approved

    Hey Joe...perhaps during your tenure as a CO you forgot to read this: (from USCIS's website regarding I-140's) " If a DOS consular officer discovers during the course of a visa interview that the underlying petition should not have been approved, or is no longer approvable, the petition may be referred back to USCIS. In such cases, the returned petition should be accompanied by a memorandum explaining the reasons the approved petition should be revoked. Once returned, a USCIS officer will review the petition and DOS's findings, and may either: Find that the petition is not revocable and return the petition to DOS with an explanation of the decision not to revoke the petition; Issue a Notice of Intent to Revoke to the petitioner; or, if warranted, Issue a Notice of Automatic Revocation to the petitioner." So your statement about COs not being able to question things in an I-140 is....not true. Of course, had you ever really been a CO, you would have known that.
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    Consular Processing after I140 approved

    Sorry Joe, but COs can look more deeply into an I-140, especially during the interview. There is NO law that prevents a CO from making sure that the applicant and the job are legit....while a CO cannot deny an I 140 application outright, a CO can set it aside under 221g, and return said petition to USCIS (and the Kentucky Consular Center) explaining why something appears to be amiss....and then USCIS and the KCC will investigate further...I sent several I-140s back to the KCC while working...a few times because the applicants did not appear qualified for the jobs they were seeking (and the 'evidence' had been manufactured), a few times because the job had not been advertised in such a way as to truly search for a qualified American citizen worker, once for identity fraud, twice for overstays that had not been revealed (which turned into an ineligibility for misrep and fraud) and a couple of times for huge inconsistencies in the advertised wage versus the real one (ie., more bogus baloney from the company and attorney) and a couple of times for major fraud when the applicant's 'diploma from some university turned out to be fake, as well as doctored work experience....so yes, Joe, a CO is actually tasked with determining the overall eligibility of an applicant, for tourist visas, H1bs and work visas, marriage visas, you name it...now remind us all again, Joe....just how long did you work as a CO? BTW Joe, none of the petitions I returned were ever re-approved or reaffirmed.... all were eventually denied...and the reason for my high success rate was that I pursued these cases intensely when I smelled something rotten, documented my findings carefully and did a lot of background work (like calling employers) to get the real story and compare it with what I was being told at the window). I did all of this (and more) before sending a case back for review....to make doubly sure that the case was bad rather than iffy.... the only reason a CO cannot deny outright such a case is because the petition itself is approved within the borders of the United States, by another government agency. But COs can and are encouraged to do far more than 'rubber stamp' some application just because the petition was approved in the US...(the vast majority of petitions, whether H1bs, I-140s, etc, are 'adjudicated' mostly by stay-at-home housewives, who are paid more per case for approvals than for denials, but who lack the keen sense of awareness regarding real diplomas, work experience that has been faked, foreign documents from numerous countries, etc)....and these housewives have never and never will interview an applicant, the job reserved for COs at which time the applicant's eligibility for a particular visa type is more thoroughly examined....by law.
  9. the problem with this 'excuse' letter is that it contains false information.....flights have resumed between the US and India...
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    Consular Processing after I140 approved

    an I-140 can be denied, if, for example, it turns out that you don't meet the requirements of the job in question or maybe you have an arrest and/or conviction for something serious...or...if the CO determines that the 'effort' to find a qualified American worker was bogus (quite common), that could cause problems...a significant percentage of immigration attorneys blur this requirement often...they and the employer will advertise the alleged job in one state when the real job is in another, usually with some prerequisite that turns away legit Americans for bogus reasons...or the company, in ;league with their attorney, adds a new item to the alleged job description, claiming that the advertised wages will be lower (when they are not) or claiming the new hire needs to speak Hindi or some other unusual language (also bogus)... Remember, just because an immigration attorney writes something on paper or in a letter, it does not automatically make such statements true. However, if you are legit and the job search/requirements are legit, there should not be a problem unless your PD has not been reached...
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    one normally starts by responding to such an RFE with the truth and not excuses. Your 'employer' does not set the rules; you are apparently, not complying with one or more regulations...and so now, you want a loophole...why?
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    H4 stamping after visa revocation

    attorneys only have opinions...most of those are overpriced....a visa is not revoked casually, which suggests some element of fraud exists....if you are so unhappy with the alleged 'bogus' answers to your question, why post them?
  13. Noah Lott

    B1/B2 Visitor Visa Extension with I-539

    how old are your children?
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    Parents visiting visa approved for 3months

    why is it people just cannot accept the privilege given to them and always want more?
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    Withdraw B1/B2 extension, how to proceed?

    you don't have to do anything